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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel Yuma southwest. — 22 July 1915

ARIZONA SENTINEL YUMA SOUTHWEST VOLUME XLV. NUMBER 31. YUMA ISA GURUS FRUIT UWDSLHD THE WORLD YUMA MESA IRRIGATION COMPANY NOW OR GANIZED AND READY TO INSTALL LARGE PUMPING PLANT, EN DEPENDENT OF THE YUMA IRRIGATION PROJECT! Mesa Holdings of the Company Will Be Planted to . Oranges and Grape Fruit Not Later than November of This Year (By Benjamin Franklin Fly) It will be very disappoint ing to Yumaites, Gilaites and Bardites when I tell them that Hon E. D. Vincent is not here for the purpose of assuming the position of man ager of the Yuma project not at present, at any rate! But every man, woman and child in Yuma should shout with joy when I tell them the real object of his visit, for it has much, very much, to do with the immediate upbuild ing of Yuma county; it sure means that the eyes of the world are soon to be turned on Yuma in a word, it means that THE MESA IS SOON TO BE IRRIGATED! Not only that, but it is soon to be demonstrated on a five or six times greater scale than ever...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel Yuma Southwest
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel Yuma southwest. — 22 July 1915

ITEMS OF INTERES T IN All AROUND THE BA D Mrs. C. F. Schroeder is in Kansas, visiting her daughter at Horton. J. G. Martin, of Lompoc, California, father of Mrs. Bert Smith, is visiting at the Smith home. E. A. Biggs and C. W. Johnson were called to Yuma Wednesday of this week on business in connection with the cost review board. Geo. T. Ratcliffe and George Y. Blair, both attaches of the local ex periment farm, are taking in the San Francisco exposition. They will be gone two weeks. Dave F. Brandt was called to El Centro last week to serve on the grand jury. He returned home Friday. The jury will convene again next week, when Mr. Brandt will make the trip back to the county seat. The harvesting of the alfalfa seed; crops commenced in earnest. The few cloudy and rainy days of this week, however, served to retard the progress of the' harvest. Rain at this season is unwelcomed, and we hope that our good farmers may be blessed with a few more days of sunshine in which o put their seed ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel Yuma Southwest
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel Yuma southwest. — 22 July 1915

YUEVIA PROJECT REPORTS 5 TREMENDOLS AMOUNT OF JUGGLIN (By Benjamin Franklin Fly) One of the greatest joys of life is to anticipate to look forward for the sun-tints of tomorrow to hope for a bet ter day. Remove those ele ments of uncertainty, and life would indeed be burdensome! That's the way the Yuma project board of cost review strikes me. I have anticipat ed that it will do great things for the general betterment of land owners and water users ; I am looking forward to pros perous and happy times when the board shall have renc?c: ed its verdict, and I most sin cerely hope that the better days will soon come for every entryman, land owner and water user of Yuma project. It ought to be more than gratifying to those who are deeplv concerned in Yuma project affairs to know that the Reclamation member of the board, Ernest Hunt Bald win, is exactly as I antici pated he would be he is fair and just I Manv have been of the opinion that he was placed on the board for the avowed purpose o...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel Yuma Southwest
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel Yuma southwest. — 22 July 1915

ARIZONA SENTINEL Yuma Southwest Established November 1870 by Jas. M. Barney and Judge Wm. J. Berry. Purchased 1875 by John W. Dorrlng ton, who relinquished to W. H. Shorey on July 1, 1911. Published for 44 years without missing an issue. SUBSCRIPTION RATE Per Year ?2.00 Entered at Yuma, Yuma county, Arizona, as second class mail. PbliBhed Thursdays. EDITORIAL CLIPPINGS But who will make the big "League of Peace" keep it? Boston Transcript. China is now in a position to appreciate the high cost'of peace at any price. Boston Transcript. Mr. Bryan is the editor who knows how to make the news, as well as comment on it. Columbia State. Mr. Bryan gave up being secretary of state to become secretary of statements. New York Morning Tele graph. South American revolu tions overlooked in the rush will be written up in the an nual almanacs. Washington Post. Of course, one has to keep in mind the practically Inex haustible territory Russia has to fall back on. Washington Post. The American dolla...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel Yuma Southwest
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel Yuma southwest. — 22 July 1915

0 MILES OF DITCHES VISITED BY EXAMINER (By Benjamin Franklin Fly) Yesterday was a "red-letter day for me in viewing the irrigation system of the Yuma valley unit of the Yuma proj ect, for I had the pleasure of viewing upward of one hun dred miles of canals and ditches. And who do you think I made the long trip "with Messrs. Fleming and Teasdale of the local board of cost review? Noterbitofit. My guide was none other than Mr. D. C. Caylor, acting manager of irrigation of the Yuma project! By previous agreement, .e started from the Examiner office at a few minutes past eight o'clock and were constantly on the move until about lalf past two. The way my friend, Mr. Caylor, handled that little dinky Ford was nothing short of marvelous. In order that I might see just what iis duties are when he goes on a tour of inspection, he took me everywhere, and in order to get there we frequently crossed canals and ditches the banks of which it would tax a Billy goat's energy and cunning to climb: b...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel Yuma Southwest
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel Yuma southwest. — 22 July 1915

ASPHALT-BASE OILS ARE BEST LUBRICANTS Lieutenant G. S. Bryan, of the naval engineering experiment station, An napolis, Maryland, in a paper published in the Journal of the American Soci ety of Naval Engineers for February, 1915, saps: "Oils made from asphalt-base crudes have shown themselves to be much better adapted to motor cylinders, as far as their carbon-forming proclivities are concenred, than are the paraffine base Pennsylvania oils. The carbon formed from the latter is, as a rule, extremely hard and clings to the metal surfaces while that from the former is soft and can easily be wiped off any surface that it is deposited on. This would be expected from a considera tion of the nature of the hydro-carbons composing the oil, and it has also been demonstrated in practice. "The explanation lies in the fact that the paraffine-base oils are gener ally composed of the paraffine series of hydrocarbons, while the asphalt base oils are composed mainly of the ethylene and napthene seri...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel Yuma Southwest
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel Yuma southwest. — 22 July 1915

JQLLING WEEDS ON THE DITCH BANKS The spread of noxious -tweeds throughout the irrigat ed districts of Arizona is be ing observed with fear. The main canals and smaller irri gation ditches together with the fertile soil have done much to spread these weeds. Something should be done to check, this dangerous in crease. It is estimated that one-half a million dollars is expended annualy to keep the irrigation ditches clean in Ar izona. Besides this amount, it is probable that weeds dis seminated by irrigation wa ters cause an annual loss of fully a million dollars a year. This condition of affairs sure should be more fully realized by farmers so that active "steps may be taken to pre vent further loss, warns Dr. R. H. Williams, animal hus .bandman of the U. of A. ag ricultural experiment station. Fortunately there is a sim ple and profitable means for controlling the spread of the weeds. Sheep will solve the problem and return a hand some profit for the privilege. All ditches and canals...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel Yuma Southwest
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel Yuma southwest. — 22 July 1915

LEGAL NOTICE ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF THE SWANSEA ARIZONA MINES COMPANY KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRES ENTS: That we, whose hands are hereto affixed, do hereby associate ourselves together for the purpose of forming a corporation under the laws of the State of Arizona, and to that end make the following statement: FIRST The names and residences of the in corporators are, W. J. Thomas, ' Swansea, Arizona, 1 L. M. Thomas, Swansea, Arizona, and Alex Morphy, Los Angeles, Califor nia, and the name of the corporation shall be SWANSEA ARIZONA MINES COMPANY. The principal place within the State of Arizona in which the business of said corporation is to be transacted is, Swansea, Yuma County, Arizona, and the corporation may establish branch offices either within or without the State of Arizona where meetings of the Board of Directors may be held. SECOND The general nature of the business proposed to be transacted by this cor poration is as follows, to wit: Lo cating, developing, leasing, bu...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel Yuma Southwest
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel Yuma southwest. — 29 July 1915

YUMA SOUTHWEST VOLUME XLV. NUMBER 32. THE SENSATIONAL (By Benjamin Franklin Fly) Landowners, entrymen and water users of the Arizona California Yuma project, as well as officials of the United States Reclamation Service have been grievously disap pointed in the quality of water diverted from the Colorado river for irrigation purposes by means of the dam, Laguna, nor does it hurt any person or any interest to make this statement. The truth of the matter is that many are disgusted with the quality of water furnish ed for irrigation purposes. Instead of "too much John son," it's TOO MUCH SILT! Ordinarily, the man who owns an irrigable farm wants silt, or sediment; but that is in a country where the silt is needed for and takes the place of fertilizers. The Yu ma project, however, does not need it, because the soil is al ready so rich that in many of the worn-out Eastern states if they could only get the silt that is daily spread upon the farms hereabouts, they would convert it into gol...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel Yuma Southwest
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel Yuma southwest. — 29 July 1915

SOME LESSONS THE CONFLICT INVOLVING EUROPE (Written expressly fov the Yuma Daily Examiner, by T. D. Foster) While the entire neutral world is aghast and stagger ed at the monstrosity of the folly of Europe, we, as well as other nations, may learn from this most colossal and appalling of all wars, some highly important and valua ble lessons. The instructions, it's true, come at frightfully sad and expensive tuition, and under x the most lamentable and re pulsive of circumstance; yet, it is but natural to turn to its -acceptance in humility and resignation and make the best possible of a sad situation, in 'the making of which, fortu nately, we had no part. The first and deeper im pression the war may make upon the loyal American 'heart is to redouble the esti mation and sincere apprecia tion of the far-sighted wisdom of Washington; his profound thought; his flawless love of country and the welfare and -happiness of the country's cit izenship. He said: "1 had rather be on my own farm t...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel Yuma Southwest
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel Yuma southwest. — 29 July 1915

THE ACTUAL COST, NOT THE ESTIMATED COST. MUST BE (By Benjamin Franklir. Fly) There is a break in the dark clouds that have been hover ing over the Yuma valley pro ject during the last few months, and for the moment silvery tints are plainly dis cernable! Whether these clouds will be wholly dispelled by the Board of Governors of the Water Users' Association at its meeting next Monday, or whether the Board of Gover nors intends to envelop this beautiful and unsurpassed valley into inpenetrable dark ness for years to come., is only a matter of conjecture. One thing, however, is ab solutely certain, and that is that Secretary Lane's declara tion that the .Yuma and Gila valleys are not to be reviewed by a board of cost review, as printed exclusively in these columns yesterday, has set all Yuma valley water users and land owners to thinking as they never thought before. The vast majority of. them now not only "see the light," but they "see the handwriting on the wall"! They see law suits,...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel Yuma Southwest
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel Yuma southwest. — 29 July 1915

ARIZONA SENTINEL Yuma Southwest Established November 1870 by Jas. M. Barney and Judge Wm. J. Berry. Purchased 18T5 by John W. Dorring ton, who relinquished to W. H. Shorey on July 1, 1911. Published for 44 years without missing an issue. SUBSCRIPTION RATE Per Year, $2.00 . Entered at Yuma, Yuma county, Arizona, as second class mail. Piblishe"d Thursdays. LEGAL NOTICE ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF THE SWANSEA ARIZONA MINES COMPANY KNOW J&Aj MEN BY THESE PRES ENTS: That we, whose hands are hereto affixed, do hereby associate ourselves together for the purpose of forming a corporation under the laws of the State of Arizona, and to that end make the following statement: FIRST The names and residences of the in corporators are, W. J. Thomas, Swansea, Arizona, L. M. Thomas, Swansea, Arizona, and Alex Morphy, Los Angeles Califor nia, and the name of the corporation shall be ,. SWANSEA ARIZONA "MINES 1 ' COMPANY. The principal place within the State 'of Arizona in which the business of :...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel Yuma Southwest
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel Yuma southwest. — 29 July 1915

WASH FROCKS cock coloring of gold and purple com bined with dark red. This is finished with a gold tassel and heavy gold cord at the top. Other bags have, bracelets at the top in place of the cord; and, for those who do not care for the deep tones of the tapestry, there are beaded effects and silver mesh bags in the same gate-top style. E IS THE HAVE THEIR DAY; ALL-POPULAR FABRIC Special to the Yuma Daily Examiner) NEW YORN, July 29. Wash frocks are not what they used to be. Indeed, you have to rub your eyes and look twice to believe such altogether smart garments were ever intende dto touch the water. The nets, the voiles, the Swisses, and even the linens, have that .mysterious something called chic in their make-up that gives them entree wherever the one-piece silk dress may go. Skirts Overlap Waists and Vice Versa The treatment of the waistline is .one of the most important features of the frocks that the big stores are now showing us. Invariably, the skirt comes up and finishes ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel Yuma Southwest
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel Yuma southwest. — 29 July 1915

ooooooooooooooooo p o O AIN'T IT FINE TODAY O O O oooooooooooooooo It may rain again tomorrow, It may rain but, say, Ain't it fine today! Dick Erdman. Sure, this world is full of trouble I ain't said it ain't. Lard! I've had enough and double Reason for complaint. Rain an' storm have come to fret me, Skies were often gray; Thorns and brambles have beset me On the road but say, Ain't it fine today! What's the use of always weepin', Makin' trouble last? What's the use of always keepin' Thinkin' of the past? Each must have his tribulation, Water with the wine, Life, it ain't no celebration. Trouble? I've had mine But today is fine! It's today that I am livin" Not a month ago, Havin', losin', takin', givin', As time wills it so. Yester'day a cloud of sorrow Fell across the way; HANGING IF MHS IS NOT FULLY EXPECTED PHOENIX, July 28. Judge A. G. McAlister, of the superior court of Gra ham county, was yesterday designated by Governor Hunt to hear the applica tions for writs of habeas corpu...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel Yuma Southwest
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel Yuma southwest. — 29 July 1915

SWATTING TH E FLY IS A I When the modern mother sings "'Baby-bye, here's a fly" to her infant, she changes the second line of the old nursery song to read "Let us Swa? him, you and I." The common house fly is no longer an object of tolerant interest, but has become an object of liatred and distrust. He is known to be the principal factor in the distribu tion of the germs of typhoid. Especially is he regarded as the enemy of the baby, as there is reason to believe that he carries about the germs of summer diarrhoea and leaves them behind him, with other filth, when he lights on the nipple of the feeding bottle, or crawls over the sau cer of cereal, or falls into the milk. Thus he is a real danger, not only to the baby but to the whole family, and every effort should be made to do away with him. Flies may be kept out of the house to a certain extent by using screens at the doors and windows, and those that get inside may be trapped, poison ed, or swatted. But better than any of these ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel Yuma Southwest
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel Yuma southwest. — 29 July 1915

Always ON TIME With Service and RIGHT SCHEDULE Of Prices At The Rexall Store EASTMAN KODAKS, STATIONERY, TOBACCOS, -ICE CREAM AND SODAS Largest Drug Stock In Yuma ER SMIT THE YUMA NATIONAL BAN Yuma, Arizona UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY We Invite Your Account Wear Good Shoes Step lively, move swiftly, feel "bully," go far, no fatigue Some people save a few cents on the price of their shoes and spend a dollar on their corns, their -chafes or? their aches. It's all in the shoe in the buyingin the dealer who sells them. TRY US, TRY OUR SHOES-YOU'LL COME AGAIN I i ' The Toggery INTERESTING F!GU RE S TELL HOW 0 WAS SPENT A. L. VERDUGO, Manager 8 Advertise in Sentinel-Yuma Southwest Chief jplerk Stilson's report shows that six months later (December 31, 1914), the grand total was $6,965,251.80, divided into the following features: Diversion works, $1,672,830.40 Sluice and regulator, 351,824.26 Reservation dist. system, 322,486.43 Ariz. dist. system (Gila), 153,466.85 Yuma main canal 583,021.05...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel Yuma Southwest
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel Yuma southwest. — 5 August 1915

y YUMA SOUTHWEST ARIZONA VOLUME XLV. NUMBER 33. YUMA, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, 1915. 301 PERI No Government Official Can Bind the Government With out Proper Authority tention. that the water users of the. Yuma project have a contract as claim ed, is simply to ask the Supreme, Court to make effective a contract which the'.. SUPREME COURT HAS ALREADY SAID NO OFFICER OF THE GOV-, ERNMENT HAS AUTHORITY TO " MAKE. Every one knows that no of- result I f icial of the government can bind the WILL , Government without proper authority. . less than the cost of operation and maintenance. I am not very convers ant with many of the other projects, but it is probable that very few of them have received such considera tion. It is generally expected that the Sec retary will, during the present year, issue public notice fixing the buildin? charge for lands under the Yuma pro ject in Arizona. In fixing such charge, he must be guided by the law and by the information at his command. I am sure that...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel Yuma Southwest
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel Yuma southwest. — 5 August 1915

NOTHING TO DO The paper had just been "put to bed" and the Exam iner editor leaned back in his chair and stretched. "Nothing to do now," he thought, 'until next day. Pretty soft! Wonder if the fish are biting at the foot of Main street?" He settled back, put his feet on the desk and wiggled down comfortably. This thing of being an editor was just about right. All he had to do was to loaf around all day, poking his nose into other folks' business, then, when publication time came, a couple of minutes at the of fice did the trick. Funny how hard some fel lows had to work to make a living. Well, it showed, after all, that brains counted. The man with merely muscle to take him through life had to strain and sweat and labor for a paltry pittance, but life was good to the man with the brains. People struggled to help him get along. He was recognized as the motive power of the community. He was respected. People gladly allowed him to lead in all thought, and were willing to contribute to h...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel Yuma Southwest
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel Yuma southwest. — 5 August 1915

Yuma Farmers Will Make An Appeal to Congress Thru Lane (By Benjamin Franklin Fly) Realizing the absolute necessity of giving Secretary Lane first-hand inloi mation as to what charges should be eliminated from the items of cost now taxed against the Yuma project, An. zona side, and further realizing that thet the best, the quickest, and really the only legitimate way to do it is through the board 6f cost review, lead ing farmers of Yuma valley have de cided to petition Secretary Lane and ask him to name a board of cost re view, in accord with the Yuma Daily Examiner's suggestions that the third man on the board be a water user of we'll known repute on some outside project. - The subjoined petition Is the docu ment now being circulated. It speaks for itself, plainly showing that the board's findings are not to be binding on either the government or the water users, but only for the avowed pur pose of accumulating data that may help Secretary Lane in his appeal to Congress, as well as ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel Yuma Southwest
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel Yuma southwest. — 5 August 1915

ARIZONA SENTINEL Yuma Southwest Brtabllched Norabr 1170 by Jml M. Barney and Judge Wa. J. Berry. Purchased 1375 by John W. Dorriftg ton. who relinquished to W. H. Shore? on July 1, 1911. Published far 44 years without missing an Issue. SUBSCRIPTION RATE Per Tear, fl.OO Entered at Yuma, Yuma couatf, Arizona, as second class mall. Published Thursdays. LEGAL NOTICE ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF THE SWANSEA ARIZONA MINES . COMPANY j ' i ' KNOW AJLL MEN BY THESE PRES ENTS: v That we, whose hands are hereto affixed, do hereby associate ourselves together for the purpose of forming a corporation under the laws of the State of Arizona, and to that end make ihe following statement: JFIRST The names and residences of the in corporators are, W. J. Thomas, Swansea, Arizona, L. M. Thomas, Swansea, Arizona, and Alex Morphy, Los Angeles, Califor nia, and the name of the corporation shall :be f . SWANSEA ARIZONA MINES i ' COMPANY. ' The principal place within the State 'of Arizona in which the busin...

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