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Arizona sentinel. (Yuma, Ariz.) 1916-1918, September 07, 1916, Image 3

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PERSONAL NEWS
OF
H i HIM IJtI ill.lli t! tL O UtlUUIi. lilSL
insr was 98 deerees: humiditv. 19
cent; maximum temperature for
day, 102; minimum, 64.
is generally conceded that blind
are not exclusive to dry commu-
s, yet it may De or interest to
Yuma people to know that for
year enamg june aviu, io, uie
state liquor license inspectors
ecuted 902 cases against illicit
of liquor, and secured 726 con-
ons. One county in rennsyiva
has just seen the arrest of fifty-olind-piggers,
and the prosecuting
1 times as many blind pigs as li
ve that prohibition produces the
pigs in spite of the fact that
are always several times more
em in xvp tprritnrv.
airman Donovan, of the county
nator uorslev. of Tucson, cave
a citizens a splendid treat last
when he delivered a speech on
-ingle tax and the issues of the
iain.
jr.; .as aireaay oegun on . the
Pnwnstetter building directiy
-s frjm the old -place on Main
street. The building is to be 40 feet
wide by 100 feet deep. It will be con
structed of reinforced concrete, truss
roof, steel ceiling and asbestos cover
ing. The front will be' of plate glass
and concrete. Charles picester has
the contract and the building is to
be completed and turned to over Mr.
Brownstetter by the 15th day of Oc
tober. Mr. Brownstetter will leave
for the East shortly where he will
buy a stock of goods for the new
store.
One at a time, but just as sure as
fate, other states are following Ari
zona in the march of progress. "Vir
ginia goes dry November 1.
"Hobson's choice" is the choice of
most Yumaites, and of citizens thru
out the nation, it appears; but just
one thing we want to call attention
to: Nobody is hooting at Hobson in
these days. Now that almost every
one is talking preparedness Hobson
might be excused for saying, "1 told
you so," but we have not heard him
say it. Mr. Hobson has just said that
prohibition is a more important meas
ure than preparedness.
In Yuma county, 2,821 persons have
placed their names on the great regis
ter, politically distributed as follows:
Democrats, 2,154; Republicans, 500;
Socialists, 119; no party, 27; non
partisan, 7; independent, 6; Prohibi
tion, 3; Progressive Republican, 3;
none, -2.
"The average man who drinks does
so because it is convenient, and usu
ally to be a good fellow. Few men
will go far put of- their way to secure
liquor," says Morden Ward in the De
troit Times.-
-Mrs. B. D. Gripper is home from
the coast.
An. alarm of ' fire was sounded at
8:30 last evening, which proved to
have originated from the home of
Alberto Imperial, on Fourth Avenue.
The home folks put the fire out by
smothering it before the departmeni
arrived.
Miss Ethel Mayne and Master Har
old Shorey, who have been visiting
at Bard for a week, returned home
today.
Judge Baxter yeserday appointed C.
A. Lindeman as administrator of the
estate of John Gurley Graden, the
young man who was recently killed
while in the employ of the S. P. as
switchman in Yuma.
At a meeting of the board of super
visors yesterday, George Thurman
was awarded the contract for the
grading and leveling of one acre and
A. E. McBeath for the same work
with reference to three acres of ;he
county road on I avenue, between
Eighteenth and Twenty-first streets.
J. H. Day, the well known Bard
rancher, is making a business trip to
Los. Angeles to be gone for several
days.
'Mrs. Dave Brandt, of Bard, is at
the coast.
Garnet and Earl Clone, son and
daughter ' of Mr: and Mrs. Jimmy
Clone, have returned from Michigan.
M. E. Lambert and family, of Bard,
are home from Los Angeles, where
they had been a few weeks. They
drove home in their 'automobile.
Mrs. J. H. Westover is home from
Santa Ana, Calif.
Get registered at City Hall for the
coming primary. .
William Jennings Bryan is eng
route to Arizona. He will visit his
son at Tucson.
STRAIN TOO GREAT
Hundreds of Yuma Readers
Daily Toil a Burden
Find
The hustle and worry of business
men,
The hard work and st stooping of
workmen,
The woman's houshold cares,
Often weaken the ' kidneys.
Backache, headache, dizziness,
Kidney troubles urinary troubles
frequently follow.
Read teh following and learn the
way to find relief:
W. Lencaster, railroad brakeman,
230 E. Nineteenth street, Tucson,
Ariz., says: "A great many railroad
men have kidney trouble owing to
the jarring of the train. I was no
exception. My back hurt so badly
that it nearly killed me .and my kid
neys became disordered. One box of
Doan's Kidney Pills rid me of the
trouble." J
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get ;
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that 1
Mr. Lancaster had. Foster Milburn
Co., Props., Buffalo, N. ,Y. .
SUMMARY OF WEATHER
AND CROP CONDITIONS
Warm weather continued with local
showers. Cattle and other live stock
are in good condition. Range grass
continues to grow and the outlook is
now very favorable for good range
feed during the fall and winter. Hay
ing of alfalfa and sudan continues.
The late forage crops are looking fine
and in most localities are nearl
ready for cutting. A rather light crop
of oats is being harvested in tlta
northern counties.
(Signed) R. Q. GRANT,
Meteorologist, Weather Bureau Uf
fice, Phoenix, Arizona.
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