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TTie Yuma Examiner Says;
The Arizona Booster
Buys At Home
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My Interests' are In Yuma and. n
,,v -Arizona.. .;Yiima. , Is good ,enouijh.lfor,.i
me to live In, and "so I ' think it Is gbcfct
enough for me to, buy in.
I belieye.; in" transacting business
" wlth...my Yuma friends. -'
1 1 want to see the goods before I buy.
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I want to get what I want, when I .
' want It, and at the very time I buy it.
--"The money I spend In Yuma .stays
In YUma,. and works for the. welfare
The tnan I buy from stands back of,
the goods. .
. The man I buy from pays his share
ofvthe"-YQmal county andstatetaxes.
Whatever-, helps Yuma, helps me;
'' 'and every other man, woman and
. ..If the Yuma merchants can depeiri
on the Yuma and Arizona buyers, then
Yuma and Arizona can depend upon
our merchants to help with every pub
lic improvement, to do their full share.
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I BUY AT HOME DO YOU?
The Yuma Booster
The Yuma Southwest believes in The Yuma Booster
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tTJe laujel wreath which decksthy
temple now, h. ' '. ' f!
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He who hast never tasted shot or flame
Is unfit censor for his brother's shame.
Perhaps that look thou judgest to-"be
-"' fear ' ' j
'Was caused-by -pain; he dared; a'nd
knew the cost; 4 -v"
Thou hast not borne his burdens year
What right hast thou to say hia fight
was . tost?
Perhaps thy boasted courage all. had
Hadst thou but followed where hisi
daring ( led.
That tender note,' so full of .mercy's
power, ' ' '
- Was added to his. voice when he
- had cried ' ' ;
In. agony- ('twas "In that, awful hour
He-"found for him that mercy was
Then, in his voice that note of tender
ness Took root and grew, the weaker ones
Who bave thee right to judge? He
braved the scorn
Of men less strong. He took the!
His hands were bruised, his bleeding!
feet were torn, !
And still his dauntless courage did
Only the unseen knows the bitter cost
Of those brave fights the world con
, demns as lost. Unknown.
ONLY LIVE MORN
NIX AND THE
' ' COAST
J. Hi Westover
President and Editor
Printers of the Arizona
Sentinel and Yuma
I Wear Good Shoes I
THE YUMA NATIONAL BANK
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY r
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.
Its all in the shoe in the buyingin the dealer issssara
who sells them.
TRY US, TRY OUR SHOES-YOU'LL COME AGAIN
A. L. VERDUGO, Manager
Advertise in Sentinel-Yuma Southwest
We Invite Your Account
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