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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel and Yuma weekly examiner. — 18 February 1915

LEGAL NOTICE IN THE SUPERIOR COURT YUMA COUNTY, STATE OF ARIZONA OF Samuel A. Harsh, Plaintiff, vs. No. 2252. Mohawk Land and Water Company, Louis P. Boardman, J. J. Rauer, Joseph R. Henry, Julia Rauer, Fi delity Title Guaranty Company, Joseph R. Henry, Trustee, Fidelity Title Guaranty Company, Trustee, Leila J. Lindley, Trustee, Fee Title Company, Abraham M. Franklin, Bessie B. Franklin, Henry Treich ler, William H. Treichler, Thomas A. Fulton, Robert Forbes, Robert Gant, Benjamin F. Magill, Alex ander C. Klenk, Guadalupe Gonder, John W. Dorrington, Edward Thur low, Waterhouse & Lester, R. J Davis, D. S. Dorn, Henry E. Kemp The Unknown Heirs of Bessie B. deceased: Tne unjuiuu Heirs of Henry Triechler, deceased The Unknown. Heirs of William H n rrinhler. deceased: The Unknown Heirs of Thomas A. Fulton, de Tim TTnlrnnwn Heirs Of ITU9CU, a '-' Robert Forbs, deceased; The Un known Heirs of Robert uaui, u ceased; Ti,n TTnlrnnwn iieirs ui npninmin F. Magill, deceased; ine Unknown Hei...

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. — 18 February 1915

SPRING MIES SHIW II SLAVIC (Continued from Page Onel openings, together with the close-fitting Directoire gowns, which really had the greatest influence on the early Spring and Summer styles. These fluffy gowns showed dainty lttle pan talets below, and, of course, in its adjustment these were dropped off, and merely the full skirts, daintily ruffled, and bodices sometimes pointed in the front and with round drooped shoulder effects were taken. These are the prominent features of the A .New Suit on Empire Lines dresses winch are shown for the Spring and Summer. This season, the decided Dutch and peasant styles are what the dressmak ers are showing to the multitude of women, and it still remains to be seen what will be their decision. The ample costumes of the Slavic peasant women, who, in some cases, wear twelve or fiften stiffened petti coats at a time, are proving inspira tion for many of the up to date cos tumes, also the coats and smocks of the men, which are equally ample. They ...

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. — 25 February 1915

. w - "v VOLUME XLV. NUMBER 11. ROARS LIKE HEAVY Heard Miles Away; Doing 000 Barrels a Day of Oil and Water The oil wells of the Southwest fur nish many spectacular sights at times, and a good story of oil well activity comes today from Mrs. Fred Robert son, at Maricopa, Cal., to her sister, Miss Henrietta Frank. The communi cation says: "The old Lakeview gusher, the most spectacular flowing well in .its day in the history of the oil industry, broke loose and the roar from the well here in Maricopa, four miles away, is like the suTf beating on the seashore. Oil and water began flowing between the T NEWS NOTES OF POLITICAL WORLD The Kansas senate has reported ad versely on a bill to remove the literacy test from the state ballot law. President Wilson is expected to in augurate his campaign for re-election by making a number of political speeches on his trip to San Francisco and return. As a lesson in patriotism to the voters, American flags were displayed inside and outside the polli...

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. — 25 February 1915

THREE NEWSPAPERS THAI LEAD Yuma Daily Examiner A Thinking Paper for Thinking People Established March 17, 1806 SUBSCRIPTION RA1ES Per Tsar, $6.00 Per Moath .- 75 Entered at Yuma. Arizona, as second class mail. Published daily, except Sunday. Arizona Weekly Sentinel Established November 1870 by Jas. M. Barney and Judge Wm. J. Berry. Purchased 1875 by John W. Dorring ton. who relinquished to W. H. Shorey on July 1. 1911. Published foi 44 years without missing an issue. SUBSCRIPTION RATE per Year 2-00 Entered at Yuma, Yuma county. Arizona, as second class mail. Pablishea Thursdays. The Bard Inter-Ocean Established January 20, 1911 SUBSCRIPTION RATE Per Year, ?2-00 Eateresi at Bard, Imperial county California, as second class maiL MCtffced Fridays. POLITICS AND LAW AND THE SHIPPING BILL Through- the adoption of a cloture rule in the Senate, Democratic leaders hope to arrange a , way for the pass age of the ship purchase bill. Although the administration has been insistent upon the enact...

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. — 25 February 1915

I A FORECAST OF SPRING AND SUMMER FABRIC 4 (Special to the Yuma Daily Examiner) NEW YORK, Feb. 24. The spring has a variety of styles which run the gamut of those we have had, only in new forms, and those inspir ed by Russia, France, Belgi um and Holland. The full skirt, however, is without doubt, first in style, whether inspired by peasant skirts or Victorian crinoline. A Frock Severely Plain But -Smartly Stylish It may be cut circular, gored with as many gores as nine, straight pleated or gathered, the requirements being that it flares at the bottom. The Dutch costumes are particularly suited to the young girl. They often have a broad strap over the shoul ders, with a blouse buttoning straight down the center front. The skirt is full, with a slight bulging at the hips Sometimes these dresses are topped with a short Dutch jacket. White or Delft blue are favored colors for this style of dress. Bolero effects are to be seen in waists as well as in jackets and will, no doubt, be parti...

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. — 25 February 1915

Adh esion Dip a glass rod into a beaker of Zerolene. See how Zerolene clings to the rod. This is adhesion the quality 1 thatenables Zerolene to cling to the bearing sur faces under all condi tions, protecting the parts from rub and wear and grind. Zerolene lengthens the life of your car. It keeps down repair bills. ZEROLENE Ih flancWd Oil for Moior Standard Oil Company Yuma REAL ASSISTANCE Of course it's always very nice When friends will by you stand, But many a man will give advice Who never lends a hand. VALLEY GROCER IN TOWN George H. Hobart, of the Valley Center grocery, was a shopper in Yu ma today. Phone 150, The Cash Grocery, for 'prompt service." Paul Hobby, Prop. 132-tf THE REAL MENACE The man who says things are rotten and merely turns up his nose without doing anything to remove the corpse is a menace to the community. TO PRESIDENT WILSON Give the workingmen a little less psychology and a little more hog and hominy. )Buy Moser Bros. Coupon Books and save 5 per cent We 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. — 4 March 1915

v v - VOLUME XLV. NUMBER 12. ;x:h::::kk:: KNOCKERS SEEMINGLY I PRODUCT (Special to the Yuma Daily Examiner) One of the greatest obstacles to tilt, agricultural progress of Arizona is the system which produces "knockers" in stead of "boosters." A "knocker' is usually a dissatisfied person, and nine times out of ten has a good reason for dissatisfaction. A few lusty old "knockers" circulating about the coun try will soon tend to affect the most vociferous advertising possible. The best advertisement for an agricultural country is a successful satisfied set tler. But successful settlers cannot be made by dumping them down in the middle of the desert with little cap ital and less knowledge of local agri cultural conditions and practice. There is only one sure way of mak ing successful settlers, and that is to assist them to start right by giving whatever financial and technical as sistance they may need. With special reference to the latter, the organiza tion for this purpose already ex...

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. — 4 March 1915

THREE NEWSPAPERS THAI LEAD Yuma Daily Examiner A. Thinking Paper for Thinking People Established March 17, 1S06 SUBSCRIPTION RATES Per Ysar , 56.00 Per Month 75 Entered at Yuma. Arizona, as second class mail. Published daily, except Sunday. Arizona Weekly Sentinel Established November 1870 by Jas. M. Barney and Judge Wm. J. Berry. Purchased 1875 byeJohn W. Dorring- ton, who relinquished to W. H. 8horey on July 1, 1911. Published for 44 years without missing an issue. SUBSCRIPTION RATE Per Year 52.00 Entered at Yuma, Yuma county. Arizona, as second class mail. Published Thursdays. The Bard Inter-Ocean Established January 20, 1911 SUBSCRIPTION RATE Per Year $2.00 Jfertared at Bard, Imperial county, California, as second class mail. Published Fridays. PEACE CONVENTION TO PLAN WAR'S END A convention of the emer gency peace federation is now in session at Chicago. Miss Jane Addams is presiding. The call is heeded by many peace advocates in many sec tions, of the country, and it is expect...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel And Yuma Weekly Examiner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel and Yuma weekly examiner. — 4 March 1915

HILL COMPETE Fie RICRESSIVE BREAKS SENIOR AM TITLES 0E1CRATIC CONTROL GHARAGTERISTi (Special to the Yuma Daily Examiner) The merry aborigine achieved a great advance; he put a hat upon his head and sheathed his legs in pants; he hung upon his cartridge belt a rapid-shooting gun, which he'd acquired for ornament, for business and for fun; and thus the aborigine, so recent ly despised, became a leading citizen and highly civilized. He likes a lot of presidents: He picks 'em fresh and prime, and often has as many as a dozen at a time. They issue proclamations at a most EARLY COMPLETION OF 5. 0. S A. SAN DIEGO, March 3. Special to the Yuma Daily Examiner On Janu ary 8 the Examiner stated that it was reported on good authority that a con tract had been issued by the Southern Pacific for the construction of a rail road from Los Angeles to San Diego. This report is confirmed by an item in the February number of the Con tractor of Chicago, a reliable publi cation, which under the head of "R...

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. — 4 March 1915

nrrmnuTrrnrrr pMr m x"1. c? raxs r n behj mm warn iU Lr La the Standard J" Oil for ' ,1 Motor f ,, ,v vJ&jf , Car.? ("Xl ' RIH WILL LEAD ,S0CI THE CHICAGO "DBVS" (Special to the Yuma Daily Examiner) CHICAGO, March 4. G. F. Rhine hart, the man who led the fight which resulted last fall in making Arizona a prohibition state, has been employed to manage a similar campaign in Chi cago. Headquarters have been engag ed and the work of raising a prelimi nary campaign fund of $25,000 is under way. A revolt of the liquor and vice inter ests, backed by a widespread reaction against all manner of reform and a de sire" for change among all classes of people, is further strengthened by fear! of what is to come. That these fears nay prove to be not altogether un founded is likely. The general com mittee of church and temperance work ers, which has been planning to put the question of making Chicago a dry city to the test, has finally decided to delay no longer. As soon as the money is raised,...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel And Yuma Weekly Examiner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel and Yuma weekly examiner. — 11 March 1915

W too LCj """' - , YUMA Key to the Great Southwest - 1 . - SL jl- tS- ' J k fe l l. , . VOLUME XLV. NUMBER 1J Indian Lhnstians V AVERAGE INCOME IS $10.00 PEE CAPITA, YET THEY GIVE LIBERALLY TOWARD MISSIONARY WORK; LETTER FROM ITALY; JAPAN STILL A HEATHEN NATION; REVIVAL OF CONFUCIANISM; OPPORTUNITIES IN THE PHILIPPINES; FACTS THAT COUNT, FROM VARIOUS PARTS. NASHVILLE, Tenn, Mar. 11. Special to the Yuma Daily Examiner by Miss Ida Clyde Clarke The following is from D. C. Cunningham, missionary at Bilaspur, In dia : "We had a great day here Sunday. It was our an nual Thansgiving service. Christians walked twenty miles to make their offerings. Those who did not have mon ey brought such as they had; vegetables, fruits, grain, chickens, sugarcane, etc. It was a great service. The big house was crowded. The gifts seemed to be graciously and very heartily presented to the Lord and for his work. There was, aside from the gifts in kind, an offering of silver amounting to $20 in gold. "While t...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel And Yuma Weekly Examiner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel and Yuma weekly examiner. — 11 March 1915

THREE NEWSPAPERS THAI UiAD Yuma Daily Examiner A. Thinking Paper for Thinking People Established March 1'7, 1906 SUBSCRIPTION RATES Per Y2ar $6.00 Per Month ? 70 Entered at Yuma, Arizona, as second class mail Published daily, except Sunday. Arizona Weekly Sentinel Established November 1870 by Jas. M Barney and Judge Wm. J. Berry. Purchased 1875 by John W. norring ton, who relinquished to W. II. Shorey on July 1, 1911. Published fox 44 years without missing an issue. SUBSCRIPTION RATE Per Year -uw Entered at Yuma, Yuma county, Arizona, as second class mail. Published Thursdays. The Bard Inter-Gcean Established January 20, 1911 SUBSCRIPTION RATE Per Year 2-00 Entered at Bard, Imperial county, California, as second class mail. Published Fridays. MINUTES OF ! CO. GOtieil. GLUB An up-to-date remedy for colds. That is what Peruna is. In successful use over 50 years. Colds are caught In many ways: Illy ventilated rooms; rooms that have direct draughts ; crowded rooms; damp houses; stuffy s...

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. — 11 March 1915

OFFICIAL VOTE OF "ii 18 LiVE Tfir mnis finnnnii rnn nnssirnti nt hun bhubb run BHMttii First Woman on Battlefields to Be So Honored Dozens of Girls at the Front Immediately Behind the Firing Line; on Cold Plains of Poland; Switzerland's Call to Christian Europe; Other Items of Interest. (Special to the Yuma Daily Examiner) (By Ida Clyde Clarke) NASHVILLE, Tenn.. Mar. 9. Bishop Nuelson of the Methodist Episcopal church gives an impressive descrip tion of the heroism of Meth odist deaconesses on the bat tlefields of Europe. "Aside from the many who are at tending the wounded in the hospitals there are about two dozen of our girls at the front, immediately behind the firing line." He says : "The few letters that have been received from them re veal deeds of heroism and of hardships equal to the most renowned feats of warriors. Think of those girls on the! -u c r 1 A ! nnA 1;o nf Dlotrl 0100r, V i ,., . i , i foreign missions was $8,2S9. This of- ing night after night, on barelfcrIag wn...

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. — 11 March 1915

Indian Christians Walk VESTiGATES Twenty Miles to Church "DICK" WILL REGISTER GIT! CLUB MEMBERS JOHNSON Iff ROADS II IMPERIAL UAL. (Continued from Page onei When the Spaniards occu- . i;o4.: 'pied the islands in the six ana are imiuuin ;ieenth centur they brought methods of preaching organ-,wth Catholic ization and works ot chanty.- , , , It seems clear, however, that; - nffirial action in tavor or Confucianism has not affect ed the people at large to any extent, but that in so far as there is any religious reaction amongst the people it is a re turn to the domestic, social and spectacular forms of idol atry, which are once more eng joying a wide popularity. Even among the educated, there is a decline of enthusi asm for the spread of Con fucian doctrine. Opportunity in Philippines The Filipinos represent 5 population strata. The abo riginal stock is represented by the more than 23,000 little dwarf Negritos, a people at the lowest level of social de velopment, who survive in re mote ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel And Yuma Weekly Examiner
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Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel and Yuma weekly examiner. — 18 March 1915

Don't spend your time regretting the mistakes of the past, or musing over its past glories let them go "Rails mit 'em!" Don't spend too much time dream ing over what you're going to do in the future. A little of thissort of thing is all right as preparatory work, as thought that will take form in the action, but don't overdo it. Get right down to the NOW, with its raw material lying all around you, begging you to work it up into something. VOLUME X. NUMBER Z As if to prove to the world that booze must go, a band of Yuma bootleggers George Cotton, Paul Moretti, Arthur FRANK BAXTER Judge of Yuma County Superior Court Who is Proving a Terror to the Bootleggers Apsey, Julius Levy and Bar nev Orella were each fined "INDUSTRIAL REMEDY" 0! ARTHUR B. BAKER Two brothers, once upon a time, were mingled in a fight, and each was partly in the wrong and partly in the right. The two had caught a hand some fish, a haddock fat and fine, and one had said: "The tail is yours; the rest of it is mine."...

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. — 18 March 1915

THREE NEWSPAPERS TIIJL1 1lfiAD fmna Daily Examiner A. Thinking Papr for Thinking Peoph Estahlished March 1-7, SUBSCRIPTION RATES Per Ysar, $0.00 Per Mouth 76 Entered at Yuma. Arizona, as second class mail. Published daily, except Sunday. Arizona W eekly Sentinel Established November 1S70 by Jas. M. Barney and Judge Wm. J. Berry. Purchased 1S75 by Johu V. Dorring ton. who relinquished to W. II Shorey on July 1, 1911.' Published fo 44 years without missing an Issue. SUBSCRIPTION RATE Per Year ?2.0f Entered at Yuma, Yuuia county, Arizona, as second class mall. Published Thursdays. The Bard Infer-Gcean Established January 20, 1911 SUBSCRIPTION RATE Per Year ?2.00 Entered at Bard, Imperial countj', California, as second class mail. Published Fridays. AT SWORDS' POINTS WITH MEXICO For two years, President Wilson has managed to keer the United States out of a war of Mexican intervention, though last spring tfre actua' clash seemed to have been precipitated at Vera Cruz Once more the situat...

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. — 18 March 1915

I ULNOUn MU (Special to the Yuma Daily Examiner) (By Arthur Bropks Baker) (Copyright 1915) To a very great extent, dis puted questions are kept out of the public schools. The elephant is a large pachy derm; the Andes are in South America; the front teeth are called incisors these undispuated proposi tions are set forth in the schools without fear or favor. From sheer necessity, mat ters of religion, politics, mor al philosophy, table manners, trade, unionism, and the like, are excluded from schools be cause the parents do not agree. If several million citi zens belonged to a cult which declared the elephant to be not a large pachyderm but a small crustacean who built his nest in the clouds and fed his children fish cakes, our schools have to drop all men tion of elephant. The public library ought to be different. It ought to be open to reading matter with which nobody agrees. There is no compulsion ; people may re?d it or let it alone. DEEDS, NOT WORDS YUMA PEOPLE HAVE ABSOLUTE PROO...

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. — 18 March 1915

OLDFIELO H THOMPSeM THE AUTOIST Hi 11! HI FAIR (Special to the Yuma Daily Examiner) This is the program for the great Barney Uldtield-Ue- Lloyd Thompson exhibitions at the Southern Arizona Fair Grounds at Tucson tomor row: Event 1. Barney Oldfield, master driver of the world, in attempt to lower the world's record for half-mile circular tracks, one mile. Oldfield will use the monster 300 horsepower front drive Christie, the fastest automo bile in the world. Event 2. DeLloyd Thomp son, world's greater aviator, vs. Barnev Oldfield, aero- plane against automoDiie, one mile tor the championship or the universe. ' , Event 3. DeLloyd Thomp- son in death cheating "loop the loop" and upsfde down flights, coming to earth in his famous graveyard drop. Event 4. Barney Oldfield, in Fiat Cyclone, one mile, against world's record for the nait mile circular tracks. CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH REMEDY There is on old saying that "Nature cures, the doctor takes the fee," but! as every one knows you can help ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel And Yuma Weekly Examiner
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel and Yuma weekly examiner. — 25 March 1915

MAKING LIFE WORTH WHILE The thing that goes farthest toward making life worth while, that costs the least and does the most, is just a pleasant smile the smile that bubbles from the heart that loyes its fellow men, will drive avay the cloud of gloom and coax the sun again. It's full of worth and goodness, too, with manly kindness blent; it's worth a million dollars and it doesn't cast a cent. There is no room for sadness when we see a cheery smile. It al ways has the same good look it's never out of style; it nerves us on to try again when failure makes us blue-such dimples cf encouragement are good for me and you. So smile away; folks understand what by a smile is meant it's worth a million dollars and it doesn't cost a cent. 1 . ' AND YUMA WEEKLY EXAMINER - ' VOLUME XIV. NUMBER 15. Hearts of Distressed Workers in German Missions Are Touched and Cheered by Offers of Assistance from British Societies ; Gladsome News from Many Lands ; New Scheme for Sunday School Missionary Work. (Sp...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel And Yuma Weekly Examiner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel and Yuma weekly examiner. — 25 March 1915

three newspapers thai ma d ' YUMA DAILY EXAMINER A. Thinking Paper for Thinking People S2 Per Y-ar. - ?6'00 Per Month 75 Entered at Yuma. Arizona, aB second class mail. Published daily, except S ARIZONA SENTINEL m Turner and Judge Wm. J. Berry, Purchased 1875 by John W Dorring-; ton. -who relinquished Shorey on July 1, 1911. 44 ZS"Si Per year ?2-00 Entered at Yuma, Yuma county,; Arizona, as second class mail. Published Thursdays. BARD INTER-OCEAN Established January 20, 1911 SUBSCRIPTION RATE Per Year ?2-00 Entered at Bard, Imperial county, California, as second class mail. Published Fridays. OPTIMISM MAKES THE BUSINESS WHEELS GO 'ROUND That full-page advertis ment of a Los Angeles home building firm printed in' Wed nesday's Los Angeles Exami ner was something more than an advertisement. It was a powerful editorial article; a convincing and a most interesting statement of facts; a temperate but sting ing rebuke of mean and sus picious pessimism, using an onymity to cloak a wretched ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel And Yuma Weekly Examiner
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