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THE WILLIAMS NEWS
THE WILLIAMS NEWS
F. E. Wells,
Publisher
ere's an advantage
Subscription rate
! Per year $2.50
Single copy 10
Published every Friday in the
year at Williams, Loconno
County, Arizona.
Entered at the Post Office at
Williams, Arizona, as secnd
t6e
class mail matter.
The Greater Issue
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Arbuckle is to be tried for
his life. The evidence against
him is strong enough that there
is much doubt if his money com
bined with that of his friends,
can save him from spending a
considerable portion of his life
behind the bars. But that is a
small matter compared with
the case that has been put to
that greatest of all juries the
American people .
Whether Arbuckle is guilty
of murder or not, there i3 no
doubt that he is a heavy drink
ing lawbreaker from the gutter
with morals that are conspicu
ous for their absence. He boasts
of having wronged helpless
girls and is so devoid of a sense
of decency that he is unable to
feel a twinge of conscience over
the beastly life he has gloried
m. lie now iooks iortn irom tne
jail bars, with the eyes of the
fleeced lamb, at beholding the
spectacle of the enraged Ameri
can public driving nis hlms
from the screen.
It matters little whether Ar
buckle hangs or goes free so
far as he individually counts,
but it is a matter of great con
cern as to whether such law
lessness and such immorality as
that of Arbuckle along with a
host of others in the motion pic
ture business shall go unpun
ished. The conviction of Ar
buckle would do much to im
prove the moral conduct of mo
tion picture actors but the
verdict of the American people
expressed in the crushing of his
films will accomplish vastly
more.
Styles for Fall
SHOE styles have changed very noticeably
the season's new styles have the square toe
effedt brogues with fancy perforations and semi'
brogues not quite so extreme.
Florsheim shoes have fine style unusual style
with sturdy quality that means most in number
of days' wear and in solid comfort. No shoe can
give you more for what you pay.
We are now showing these new styles.
$10 and $12
W. C Rittenhottse
The greatest farce of the day
is tnat ot JYirs. AroucKie, es
tranged for five years from the
man with whom she found life
unendurable, rushing across the
continent to plant camera
warm kisses' upon the lips of
her spouse while reciting
phrases of endearment and
faith and trust for the report
ers and through them for the
ears of the public. Hand us
some dispepsia tablets, please.
Watch Your Step, Charlie !
Charlie Chaplin, browsing de
luxe about Paris, compliments
the Parisians upon their insist
ance upon Arbuckle plays be
ing continued there and is
pleased that they should have
increased their orders for Ar
buckle films, since Fatty
changed his lodgings to a San
Francisco jail. He compliments
the French upon . refraining
from "hysterics" like those dis
played by the American public.
Better mind your step, Charlie.
You are sadly off about those
"hysterics." It was righteous
indignation and not hysterics
that drove the Arbuckle films
from the screen in America.
Those holding Arbuckle's views
on morality would best keep
their views to themselves.
Keep
ing
the
Home
Fires Burning
Recessing Republican Con-
hotter than Washington and
that spot is Home. According
to the Washington correspond
ent of the New York World,
"they are coming back to Wash
ington as fast as trains can run"
after only two weeks of the re
cess period. "The reason is
that they get too warm a recep
tion at home. The folks want
ed to know generally why the
administration had been six
months doing none of the big
things promised, and how it felt
to be a Congressman and tak
ing a rest at such a time.
"One Republican who is back
on the job today," the corre
spondent continues, "went
home to spend at least a month.
He stood the gaff just . three
days. He told some of his col
leagues the situation politically
was serious. "The folks back
home are hot," he said. They
besieged me with questions the
whole time I was there.' '
THIS SUBSCRIBER APPRE
CIATES HOME PAPER
" Monrovia, Calif.
Mr. F. E. Wells, .
Williams, Ariz.
Dear Mr. Wells:
Enclosed find check for $2.50
due for a year's subscription to
the News.
I have taken the News for
the past fifteen years and
would miss it a great deal es
pecially while away from there.
Keep it coming to my pres
ent address until notified to
change. i
Have spent considerable
time at the "Beaches and moun
tain resorts in sunny California
but have failed to find any
thing to compare with the Wil
liams climate. Wishing you
luck I remain,
Sincerely yours,
Willard L. Sevier
Tom L. Rees, Clerk of the Su
perior Court, at Flagstaff, Ari
zona, on the 26th day of Octo
ber, 1921.
Claimant names as witnesses :
David P. Rupe, Jefferson D.
Tannehill, Mrs. Jessie Shelley,
John D. Williams, all of Parks,
Arizona.
JOHN R. TOWLES,
x Register.
Sept. 23 to Oct. 21, 1921.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior, U.
S. Land Office, at Phoenix,
Arizona, September 17, 1921.
NOTICE is hereby given that
Oliver Gardner, of Parks, Ari
zona, who, on August 7, 1916,
made Homestead Entry, No.
030833, for WW1NW14
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Range 4-E., G. and S. R. B. and
Meridian, has filed notice of in
tention to make Five Year
Proof, to establish claim to the
land above described, before
FRESH BAKERY GOODS
99
Team for Sale 9 years, 2600
pounds, cheap, will trade for
car or truck. A. Greven, IV2
mile west of Maine on State
Highway.
For Sale Thorough-bred Buff
Orphington Pullets hatched
in Feb. and March. Call News
office.
New style buckram hat frames
for sale at the Racket Store,
adv.
"Best in Town
Baked 'in our own bakery and from the
best of materials.
"Home Made" Bread Fresh Daily, white,
rye and graham.
DELICIOUS PASTRIES, a full line, includ
ing pies, cakes, buns, rolls etc.
HIGH GRADE GROCERIES
A full line sold at lowest prices.
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