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CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS AND ES
PHONE 67. YUMA, ARIZ.
Mining location notices: A new lot
just printed at the Examiner office.
GENERAL CONTRACTOR; BRICK
AND CEMENT CONSTRUCTION;
SIDEWALKS AND RETAINING
WALLS. P.O.BOX 573, YUMA.
Office at Mosers' Stables 'Phone 36-W
Night 'Phone 75-W
Pioneer Livery &
Day 'Phone 48 Night 'Phone 109
Long Trips Desired
0 Yuma Meat Market 0
0 Best Meats 0
0 E. and F. Hodges 0
0 Phone 123-W 0
When and Where They Meet
EAGLES Yuma Aorle, No. 396, Fra
ternal Order of Eagles, meeti evary
Thursday night at Eagles' halL AH
visiting brothers in good standing
are cordially invited to attend.
W. C. DOUGHERTY, W. P.
CHAS. W. THOMAS, Sec.
MASONS Yuma Lodge, No. 17, F. &
A. M., stated meetings second Thurs
day at 7:30 P. M., in each month at
Masonic HalL Special meettagi
O. C. JOHNSON, W. M.
CHAS. M. SMITH, Sec
ODD FELL0W8 Anniversary Lodge,
No. 21, meets at Eagles Hall every
Friday night Visiting brethren are
HENRY LA BATT, N. G.
A. E. McBEATH, Sec.
ELKS Benevolent and Protective Or
der of Elks, Yuma Lodge, No. 476
meets every Wednesday at thi
Elks' hall at 8p. m. Visiting broth
ers cordially invited.
A. N. KELLY, E. R.
J. C. STILLSON, Sec
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Yuma
Lodge No. 1806 meets first and third
Wednesdays of each month at 8 p.m.
4 A. L. VERUGO, Grand Knight.
I. L. MOLINA, Rec. Sec'y.
LAUNDRY WORK AT
P. Avila, Prop.
0. C. JOHNSON
Motor and Horse-drawn
AND TRUST CO.
Fire Insurance Specialists
orders Transportation Com
panies to deliver Beer and
Whiskey ordered from
for Personal Use. No other
concern has such an order.
Mail us your orders today.
Goods will go forward at once
and we guarantee delivery.
THE BEST LAGER
'17 120 SMALL OR J7 Qffc
72 LARGE BOTTLES P ' .5W
Prices do not include transportation charges
"TIFFANY CLUB" WHISKEY
A Gentleman's Drink
Very old and very fine. Sold to you
at Wholesale Prices
4 Qts. $5.00 8 Qts. $9.40 12 Qts. $13.85
MAIL US YOUR ORDERS TODAY.
WE WILL SHIP IMMEDIATELY
DEPT. , KANSAS CITY, MO.
FIGHTING PARSON WILL SERVE
OLD GLORY AT ANY TIME
WASHINGTON, June 30. A minis
ter of the gospel who will eigher fight
or pray, in whichever capacity he is
most needed in time of war, has of
fered his services to Major General
George Barnett, commandant of the'
United States Marine Corps. He is
Rev. Ferdinand F. Schultz, pastor of
the Church of Christ Disciples, Chil
licothe, Ohio., a practical engineer as
well as minister.
In offering his services the Rev.
Schultz expressed willingness to serve
in the fire-room of a battleship, or as
chaplain of marines in the field.
The patriotic and versatile Ohio
pastor is 57 years of age, but says he
is hale and hearty and ready to re
spond to a call to serve Old Glory at
'CANNED WILLIE" PET NAME
FOR TINNED CORNED BEEF
WASHINGTON, June CO. In an
"Encyclopedia of Military Terms,"
just published by Canadian troops ser
ving in France, an old staple army ar
ticle, corned beel, if given the name
Members of the United States Mar
ine Corps, who publish no encyclo
pedia, call the same thing "canned
Willie" and they point out that troops
all over the world have different and
expressive terms describing the tinned
corned beef product.
Our marines give no reason for their
"Canned Willie' version of the corned
beef affair, other than that they try
to be original in all things, and that,
in going about the world in perform
ance of duty, they learn what the
other fellow is doing in a nicknaming
way and are thus able to keep right
up to the minute.
FOR SALE All kinds of household
goods; also a good horse and buggy.
Cheap. A. T. SCHMIDT, 1002 First
P sener Beer
BEER YOU CAN BUY
AMERICAN AUTO TRUCKS
ON THE RUSSIAN FRONT
Headquarters of the Russian Sev
enth Army, June 30. American auto-
' trucks and motorcycles are to be
J found in great numbers all along the
'Russian frnnt t nn nvintinn onmn
are sioreu uuzuiis ol minors aim spare
parts for aeroplanes all American.
.Similarly at every point behind the
t front a profusion of products of vari
ous sorts testify to the activity of
j American manufacturers in grasping
j tarde opportunities opened to them by
ON THE STAGE
I More and more theatrical producers
i are turning to the small town for stage
material, with the result that more
homely, more honest and far more in
teresting plays are being offered. The
old days of the rube and town cun-
stubble and the postmaster have pass
ed with .their impossible burlesques,
and in thei rplace have come real
characters and real scenes, which, as
a consequence, result in human, life
like productions. One of the most am
bitious as well as delightful musical
productions of the season along these
lines is being planned by William El
liott, who will bring out in the spring
"The Dew Drop Inn," composed by
A. Baldwin Sloane, with lyrics by
Percival Knight and John E. Hazzard.
These three stellar names, so well
known on the acting stage, are not
less popular in the field of dramatic
writing, especially that of Mr. Sloane
who has composed some of the most
deyightful scores the American public
has heard. A happy feature of the
arrangement is that the three authors
will appear prominently in the cast
when the piece is produced. In their
support William Elliot will engage
the best company posible, including a
popular woman star now appearing in
a Broadway production.
The snowy top of Mt. Everest in
India is plainly visible to the unaided'
eye from points 107 miles distant.
A clock has been invented that
winds itself by gravity as its own
weight moves it down standards, the
only attention it requires being to
lift it tothe top every eight dtys.
A well known motion picture actress
has designed an automobile which
serves her as a dresing. room with al
most as many conveniences as a
dresisng room in a theatre would pro
vide. From the speed at which earth
quake waves travel through the earth
an English scientist has constructed
a theory that the world has a dense
central core, which may be measured
In line with experiments in arc
lanms in which the expense of trim
ming and' cleaning is reduced one has
been invented in which tungsten elec
trodes are enclosed in a crystalline
An attachment for speedometers
has been invented bv the ownpr nf an
automobile can prevent other persons
driving it in exces of a set speed.
An arm chair that can be extended
to form a couch has bs-i invented.
alwajs pure and fresh. Pregh butter
milk at Creamery.
People are learning that a little fore
thought otfen saves them a big ex
pense. Here is an instance: E. W.
Archer, Caldwell, Ohio, writes: "I do
not believe that our family has been
without Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy since we com
merced keeping house years ago.
When we go on an extended" visit we
take it with us." Obtainable every
STAG AUTO SERVICE
W. E. 'SNYDER, Prop.
Stand Phone 139, Residence Phone 192
PALM ROOMING HOUSE
Clean rooms Free shower bath
MRS. JOHN NEWMAN, Prop.
177 N. Main St.
J. f. YfcMfcN, DENTIST
321. West First Street. Yuma, Ariz.
W. H. ELLIOTT
Civil Engineer and Surveyor; U. S.
Mineral Surveyor; Box 176, Yuma.
F. E. ELLIOTT
THE VALLEY STORE
Osborn implements, and pure Manila
binder twine at 20c per pound.
3ANGUINETTI, E. F.: Big Depart
ment Store for everything at whole
sale and retail; separate furniture
department; groceries, shoes and
dry goods. Tel. 27.
"THE TRANSFER MAN"
vVIIl move anything from & piano to a
cord of wood. Phone 28-J
YUMA TITLE ABSTRACT & TRUST
FIRE INSURANCE SPECIALISTS
EMIL C. EGER, JOHN DOAN,
Secretary. . Title Manager.
OR. E. C. CLENDENIN
Cotter Building Second Street
Clean cots, 25c; $1.50 a week. Bag
sage stored free; free reading room
ind shower bath. No. 188 Madison
Ave., one block south of the 8. jr.
lepot, up the golden stairway.
PAINTING AND FINISHING
When wanting painting or finishing
done, phone 95-J, Fulwiler's Paint
Shop. Special attention given to bug
gies, automobiles and signs. Corner
Madison avenue and Second street.
No job too small and none too large.
Give me a trial. 6S-tf