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HAVE NATIONAL Always ON TIME With Service and RIGHT SCHEDULE" Of Prices At The TICKET IN I Rexall Stor 1916 II EASTMAN KODAKS, STATIONER'?, TOBACCOS, ICE CREAM AND SODAS Largest Drug Stock In Yuma J. HOMER 8 MIT Dru THE YUMA NATIONAL BAN Yuma, Arizona - UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY We Invite Your Account Resources Over $600,000.00 ggist i J! i j Wear Good Shoes 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. It's all in the shoe in the buying in the dealer who sells them. TRY US, TRY OUR SHOES-YOU'LL COME AGAIN 1 tie I oggery A. L. VERDUGO, Manager Advertise in Sentinel-Yuma Southwest MT. PLEASANT, Iowa, Aug. 4. Victor Murdock, of Kansas, chairman of the Pro gressive National Committee, made the following state ment: . "I have just completed a three months' personal can vas of the situation with the Progressives in the central west and- on the Pacific coast, and, after making it, I am ready to say flat-footedly that we Progressives are gor ing into the 1916 fight as a party and to win. "Moreover, a meeting of.re presentative Progressives held this month in New York City reported the same con ditions in the east that I have found in the west, and they are lining up for the next big battle. This also is the senti ment of the Progressive Na tional committee. We will hold our national convention early and nominate a ticket. Issues Not Candidates "The great convention battles of '16 will not be over candidates, but will be over paltforms. The storm will rage, not in the committee on creden tials, but in the committee on resolu tions. The bourbon Republican lead ship will not only insist on a standpat candidate, but will fight for an un stinted and unequivocal endorsement of the administration of William H. Taft, including the Pa.vne-Aldrich tar iff bill. "The Democratic leadership likewise will point with pride to the equally lamentable Simmons-Underwood tariff bill and against a Bryan insurrection of the first magnitude, which will can- eel the one-term presidential pledge 'and other Bryan propaganda; and the I Progressives, will reiterate and , re-emphasize their Chicago of 1912. That platform remains the most nearly perfect utterance of the principles of .Abraham Lincoln of modern times. j "Both in its protests against the in roads of privilege fattening on an era of gross materialism and its practical j program of concrete economic reme j dies, the Progressive platform has be icome to hundreds of thousands of ag i gressive Americans the art of the cov enant and there is not a township any where without its group of Gittites de voted wholly and solely to its pre servation. Wilson a Failure "The Progressives have the right plan for the tariff and other economic issues, including the trust problem. The Democratic leadership, after two and one half years trial have signally failed in solving the nation's economic questions. Its tariff law, slammed to gether under the old log-rolling lead ership is utterly unproductive of any of the results previously claimed for it.. Its trust legislation flounders, its at tempts at development of ocean-going, craft have fizzled. That this is the: judgment of the voter is amply .evir denced by the tremendous anti-Demos-cratic sentiment that has developed at the polls at virtually every election in the las two years. At many of these elections the voter cast a Republican ballot because he believed the Republi can leadership had learned its less"on and would hereafter take the Progres sive path. Republicans Reactionary "But now the voters know for ai certainty that when the Republican-, leadership has been restored to power it has shown more, not less, reaction ary tendencies, as is notably evidenced by the action of the legislatures in New York, Ohio and Massachusetts. Hand in hand with the Progressive proposition to encompass social and in dustrial justice, goes the necessity of solving the great economic problems of the country, not on the basis of the political advantage, of which practice both the old parties are infamou&ij guilty, but on the basis of service to .everywhere I found these Progro. isves who made the fight of 1912 with the idea uppermost, eager now to con tinue the fight. Wherever they have had a chance to make good they have . done so. "The spectacle of Republican re action in New York and Ohio, in con trast with Progressive achievement in. California under Governor Johnson is a dramatic portrayal of the need of the new strong patriotic party of pub lic service. Therefore the Progressive: party will go on with its fight straight out and flat-footed." fin MARRIED Ml mm the t SAEFORD, Arizona, August 4. Mrs. S. M. Willard, who has resided: here with her family for the past year and a half, and who recently was. granted a divorce from her husband, Allen A Willard, was married Monday night to her stepson, Clarence M. Wil lard. The ceremony took place at the of Justice of the Peace U. I. Paxton,. who tied the knot that bound ' these two loving heart's together The happy couple an dfive children i left Tuesday for Nogales, where they will make their future home.. Remember the man who advertises. He has- some thing to advertise.-. uc luytii iu uic nag ui uui country. You need.it.mre than it needs vmi.