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Give us men!
Men from every rank,
Fresh and free and frank;
Men of faith and not of faction,
Men of lofty aim and action;
Give us men I say again,
Give us men! Bishop of Exeter.
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McDuff, Va "I suffered for several
rears," says Airs. J. B. Whittaker, ol
his place, "with sick headache, and
Ten years ago a friend told me to try
Fhedford's Black-Draught, which I did,
uid I found it to be the best family medi
ane for young and old.
I keep Black-Draught on hand all the
tme now, and when my children feel a
ittle bad, they ask me for a dose, and it
ioes them more good than any medicine
Siey ever tried.
We never have a long spell of sick
less in our family, since we commenced
Thedford's Black-Draught Is purely
'egetable, and has been found to regu
ate weak stomachs, aid digestion, re
ieve indigestion, colic, wind, nausea,
leadache, sick stomach, and similar
It has been in constant use for more
han 70 years, and has benefited more
han a million people.
Your druggist sells and recommends
Mack-Draught. Price only 25c. Get a
feckage to-day. n. C 124
Following is the program to be
I Rendered by the Fourteenth U.
I S. Infantry Band at Reclamation
I Park, Sunday, December 10, 1916,
at 3. p. m.:
I One step, "Are You Prepared
I For the Summer" (Schwartz).
I Overture, "Egmont" (Beetho
ven I Fantasia, "The Swiss Boy"
j duet for two B6 cornets.
I Selection, "Carmen" (Bizet).
I Suite, "Peer Gynt," in four
j parts, by request (Grieg).
I Song, "Lo Golondrina," (the
I swallow) (Tyada), soprano solo,
I sang by Miss Adeline Rilles
Selection, "Mother Swea"
"Star Spangled Banner."
Gus T. Molina, son of the Yuma cap
italist, is home from the coast, where
he has been for several weeks. While
away he spent two weeks at Murietta
Springs and was operated on by Dr.
Foster of San Diego and two associated
physicians for a swelling behind the
ear, and he is now well again.
Notice is hereby given that Sotero
Oropezo is indebted to the undersign
ed, in the sum of $46,00 for pasturing
one bay horse, aged about 10 years;
weight about 700 pounds, and branded
"U" in a small, circle, on left hip;
which said horse I have had in my con
tinuous possession for more than twen
ty days after the accruing of said ac
count, which said claim is not paid.
That said Sortero Oropezo is a non
resident of Yuma County, Arizona, that
if said charges are not paid by Decem
ber 16th, 1916, I will sell said horse
at public auction on' said date to pay
the same. IDA K. MOLINA.
Dated Dec. 5, 1916. 219-21-Pd
E 1ST PRIZE $15 MDSE. ORDER ANY STORE. 3RD PRIZE GENTS' WALTHAM WATCH,
pj 2ND PRIZE $10 MDSE. ORDER ANY STORE. 4TH PRIZE LADIES' WRIST WATCH.
P 5TH PRIZE COMBINATION VANITY AND COIN PURSE,
p 6TH PRIZE GENTS' GOLD FILLED KNIFE AND CHAIN.
7TH PRIZE GOLD-POINT FOUNTAIN PEN AND CHAIN.
8TH PRIZE $5 MDSE. ORDER, ANY STORE.
itfj The above Prizes will be given away Absolutely FREE j
Tour Store, The Store With The Christmas Spirit.''
Do Your Shopping Early
And at this particular holiday time, America a more
prosperous America than ever is preparing to enjoy
the season's cheer with the greatest possible enthusiasm.
The Toggery, "The Store With the Christmas Spirit"
is ready. And you'll find unusual pleasure in making
your selections from the handsome assortment of prac
tical gifts we've provided for you. Here are a few help
FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN.
Suit? and Overcoats, $15 to $37.50.
Full Dress and Tuxedo Suits, Style
Caps, $1 to $3.
Cloth Hats, $2 to $3.
Soft Hats, $2 to $15.
Stiff Hats, $2 to $10.
Silk Hats, $7 to $10.
FURNISHINGS AND ACCESSORIES
Shirts, $1 to $4.
Silk Shirts, $3 to $5.
Full dress and Tuxedo Shirts, $1.50
Neckwear, 25c to $1.50.
Various Combination Sets, 50c to
Plain and Initialed Handkerchiefs,
3 in box, 50c to $1.50.
Mufflers and Reefers, $1.50 to $3.00.
Gloves Dress, street or Auto
$1.50 to $2.50.
Silk Hose, 50c to $1.00.
Fancy Silk Hose, 50c to 75c.
Sweater Coats, $2.50 to $12.
House Coats, $5 to $15.00.
Silk Pajamas, $5 to $10.
Gowns and Pajamas, $1 to $3.50.
Bath Robes, $3.50 to $18.00.
Bath Slippers, 75c to $2.50.
Traveling Bags and Suit Cases, $5
Collar Bags, $1 to $3.
Leather Bags, $1, to $3.
Leather Novelties of all kinds at
Jewelry for all occasions.
Sterling Belt Buckles, $1.50.
Mackinaws $9 and $9.50.
"HART SHAFFNER & MARX."
GET OUT YOUR PENCIL, SOLVE
THIS PUZZLE AND ' DO YOUR
OWN CHRISTMAS SHOPPING AT
Remember it costs you nothing
to enter this contest and everyone
has an equal opportunity of secur
ing one of the main prives and in
adition to list of main prizes to be
awarded to prize winners every
one entering the contest will he
handsomely rewarded with a pres-
ent for their time and trouble.
A VALUABLE PREMIUM
HOW MANY FACES CAN YOU'
FIND IN 'FATTY'S" PICTURE.
FIND FIVE OF THEM AND GET
A PRESENT FREE.
Trace the outlines, or draw a
circle around the faces on this or a
separate sheet of paper, and either
mail or bring in your solution to us.
CONTEST CLOSES 10 A. M.,
DEC. 12, 1916.
All answers to the Puzzle must
be in our hands not later than Dec.
12, 1916. Every one entering the
Puzzle Contest has an equal oppor
tunity of securing one of the above
prizes, without any obligations
Don',t delay in answering, but write your name and address plainly, and send I In your solution today AM
prize1 winners will be notified by mail.. WRITE PLAINLY,
Street No-. Town.
Awarding of the prizes will be made by a committee of three disinterested prominent men whose judg
ment will be final. Should two or more tie in heing correct, awards will then be made to the contestant
presenting solution pisplayed in the most attractive manner and of the greatest value from an advertising
viewpoint. To all others sending in solutions, but who are not fortunate enough to secure one of the eight
main prizes mentioned, we will give a bona fide credit voucher for $25 or more, which will be accepted the
same as cash on a new piano or player piana in our store. Remember Each Contestant Is Assured a, Present
Which Will Be Given Absolutely Free, as a Reward for Their Time arid Trouble.
HOW AND WHY' THIS IS DONE
All piano manufacturers and retail dealers have different ways of advertising, such as sending out can
vassers to make a house to house canvass and payicommission and salary to these which run in the hun
dreds of dollars. We are not doing this, therefore, the money that we would have to spend in the above way
we are spending in making this direct and unusual offer to the people.
By answering this advertisement you have become familiar with the name and address of this firm and
we believe that we have reached into your home in a great deal shorter length of time than we could have
done by canvassing, we have made it interesting to you and have given you an opportunity of securing one of
our capital prizes, and you are assured, before answering, of a present that is given to every one as a reward
for their time and trouble.
ADDRESS ALL COMMUNICATIONS TO CONTEST MANAGER
Samuel Jt. Mitchell
ffi 386 Madison Avenue Yuma, Anzoua !