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units Volume 29 WILLIAMS, COCONINO COUNTY, ARIZONA FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1921 i NO. 47. JAMES A? SCOTT -OUT FOB SCHOOL TRUSTEE James A. Scott whose an nouncement as a candidate for the office of School Trustee of Williams School District No. 2, appears in" this issue of the News, is a native - of Norfolk, Virginia, but for for seventeen years prior to his coming to Williams - he Avas a resident of New Mexico, being in govern ment employ. For the past fifteen years he has been con nected with the Forest Service and for the past year and a half has been stationed in Williams as Supervisor ' of the Tusayan National Forest. He is a man of education and of high moral character, affable, agreeable and successful in his association with men. ''''. Mr. Scott takes an impartial part in all things for the good of the town in which he lives. He isa man of family with three children in our public school, and possesses a lively and intel ligent interest in all school, and. civic matters. Mr. Scott's sup porters anticipate for him 'a strong vote from the citizens of the town, at the school election Oct. 29. He will make an ef ficient member of the Board of Trustees, if elected. Children's Cat Hosiery priced from pair. , Allen A Black at Rittenhouse's 25c. to 50c. the Just in, hunting knives, -call and look them over. Parlor Barber Shop. ; ''- The members of ; Williams Review, who ar& the local re presentatives of the Woman's Benefit Association, announce the news that their founder and leader, Miss Bina M. West, has been prominently and persists ently presented to President Harding as the one woman in the United States fitted by spec ial training and experience for a seat on the Advisory Confer ence Committee for Limited Armament. . , Miss West wis approached on this subject by her friends :in the National Fraternal Con gress of America which con vened at the Hotel Sherman, Chicago, Illinois, the first week in September. The delegates to this Congress represent over nine million fraternalists and they stand back of the appoint ment. The local members" are very proud of the recognition that has been given Miss West's abilities in the enthusiastic mention of her name all over the country, and during the past few days Commander Clara Burns and her entire corps of officers and members have been busy getting in touch with Senators Ashurst and Cameron. and Congressman Carl Hayden reguesting their endorsement. " Lookout Oh You Rabbit!! - j At the I, O. O. F. meeting Wednesday night final arrange ments were made for the Annu al Rabbit Hunt. The time is -6 :3(X A. M. Nov. 6th, The Place . 30 miles north on the Grand Canyon Road. Prizes to the amount of $16.00 are at stake. No one but an Odd Fellow can compete for the prize, so . you fellows who are of the opinion that you can shoot had better get out behind the barn and practice up a bit, for we know one or two men who wear the Links who are thinking they have a finger on the prize right now. Let's go for a big time at this hunt, and then for a big Feed at the Hall on the follow ing Wednesday night. Oh Boy ! Our Noble Grand and his Right Support are going out for Turkey and Deer the first of next week and ye Scribe feels his mouth watering for that "big ; Turkey and leg. Let's all hope -they have the best of luck. The Link Scribe li--. -- f, , - y ,C j .....4: REVIVAL IN SECOND WEEK The revival being conducted in the Methodist Church by Dr. C. R. Haudenschield is now in its second week and interest is steadily growing. On Sunday, the Sundav school was better attended than for some time. For the morning and evening services there were good con gregations and only a few less for the afternoon service.- On Monday night there was a splendid crowd. The booster choir composed of about forty children sang and gave some of their yells which were appre ciated by all. . Tuesday evening was lodge night and the church was well filled, a large number of lodge men and women coming in a body. Miss Aphra Anderson sang "He Leadeth Me" and Dr. Haudenschield preached on the theme, "Does It Pay ? " Although those most inter ested in the meetings are great ly encouraged, there are many in the city who are missing the chance of a lifetime by staying away, h Don't miss any more than you have to. You cannot afford to miss either, the even ing services nor the afternoon bible lectures at 2 :30 each af ternoon. The services for Sun day are as follows : 10 : a. jti. Sunday School classes for all. ages, lira. m. The Enthroned Christ 3 :30 p. m. The Atonement or the power of the Blood. 7 :30 p. m. The Red Light. The public , is invited to all theje services. W. I. LOWE, L Pastor Potatoes the Bis Crop County Agent F. A. Chisholm when asked what he considered the best farm crop for Coconino county, replied, "potatoes, be yond a doubt." He is confident that the right sort of marketing- -including grading the po tatoes and marking . the" sacks with the name of the grower will give the county a reputa tion that will make its potatoes always in demand at a good price. The farmers are getting $2.50 this year, withut difficul ty. There is no other crop that will pay half as well this sea son, as potatoes. The work cf L. W. Cureton in going to Phoe nix to find a market for the po tatoes, has opened the way to finding a market in other years. PUBLIC NOTICE A large quantity of clothing stolen by Rofugio Flores still remains unclaimed at the of fice of the Justice of the Peace. Those who have had clothing stolen from their residences should call at the office of Jus tice McDougall at once and look this lot over. All identifi ed clothing will be returned at once. F. M. GOLD. ' County Attorney. JEROME UHL TO APPEAR IN SONG RECITAL, MONDAY, OCTOBER 24 The Williams Woman's Club has engaged Jerome Uhl, fam ous baritone of the Chi cago Opera Company to give a song recital Monday eve ning, Oct. 24 at the Methodist Church at 8:45. Mr. Uhl is a familiar figure on the concert stage in New York. His voice is one of lovely quality and wide range and his interpretive skill is of high order. Furthermore, his extensive repertoire enables him to ar range recital programs which are of unvarying interest and replete with novelty. He has appeared in recital before most of the important musical organ Recitativ Andante, from Loch Lomond The Praise of Islay My Dearie O How Lang and Dreary III. Aria from "Lakme" . Delibes Les Berceaux Faure' 'A Toi L Bemberg Apres un Reve -. . Faure Danny Deever - Damrosch INTERMISSION IV Little Mother of Mine Burleigh By the Waters of Minnetonka Lieurance ' : VI . At Parting ffrs Remembrance baiter VII. ' Toreador, from "Carmen" Bizet (Subject to change) SURPRISE SHOWER FOR MISS MAYME ALCORN About twenty two of Miss Mayme Alcorn's friends assem bled at the home of her sister, Mrs. Fletcher Bly, Thursday evening during Miss Alcorn's absence at the Methodist Church. They busied tnem selves with setting clangorous alarm clocks; timed to go on within five minutes of each oth er. Each clock guarded a dainty gift for the bride-elect hidden in some nook or corner. Miss Alcorn was taken com pletely by surprise which deep ened into consternation for a moment when the alarms start ed buzzing. Amid gales of laughter she searched earnestly until each disturber of the peace was routed and the mes sage revealed. Dainty refresh ments ended a most delightful evening. ? MINSTREL COMPANY COMING, WEDNESDAY J. M. Busby's Minstrel Com pany is coming to Williams, Wednesday, October 26th. This company has a good program and has won much praise wherever it has shown They carry their own big tent and give their exhibitions un der canvas. Their aim is to give the latest and best in min strel entertainment. The price of Admission is 35c for child ren "and 75c. for adults, includ ing war tax. Buff Orpington Pullets 36 fine large ten months old thoroughbred Buff Orpington pullets and hens for sale. From $3 settings of eggs. Fine layers and the finest of meat for eat ing. Write Box 567 or call at the News Office for further information. izations in America. Williams is very fortunate to be able to hear such a gifted baritone. Dr. Haudenschield, who is holding a revival at the Meth odist church, has most kindly co-operated with the Woman's Club and will hold his services Monday evening at 7:15 in or der to have them over in time for the recital. Dr. Hauden schield has been a member of the Apollo Club of Chicago and a graduate in music. He is very much interested in recitals of real merit such as this one will be. The program follows : ' " "Thais" Massenet II. I : I is' the Night Kreisler J Park C. H. HINDS FINDS THAT . . WIFE IS ALSO SISTER Is it not enough to startle any staid husband and father of a thriving family to wake up some day and find that his wife is his sister? Small wonder that C. H. Hinds was surprised when he received a telegram giving him information which proved beyond a doubt that his wife is also his sister. No tears are necessary, however, for this -I - -kit ti: 1 ' is not a trageay in mr. nmus case. It is like this : K. T. Hinds father of Carl Hinds and well known in Williams, recently married Mrs. Heaton, mother of Mrs. Carl Hinds. And there you have it. Carl is now a bro ther of his wife by marriage. Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Hinds ar rived in Williams Wednesday and will make their home in Red Lake Valley on Mr. E. T. Hinds' homestead. Mr. Harold Greene made a business trip to Flagstaff : on Monday..- -' For Sale 1 piano, 2 violins, 2 drums. A few town lots. Silveraail '. o o' O For sale Heating stove in good ' condition. Call News Of fice. Fresh shipment of candies received this week. Parlor Barber Shop. ATTENTION FARMERS The price of wheat has drop ped to near two cents in. the market but a sack. of 100 lbs. is still good for a year's subscrip tion to the News. The editor has a few hens to help pay the grocery bill, and wheat is the best feed for these. Why not throw in a sack of wheat the next time you come to town, i and trade it for a year s sub scription to the News? PERSONAL AND LOCAL Mrs. G. W. Mathews motor ed to Flagstaff and back last Thursday. 000 Kodak films, we have a full line. Parlor Barber Shop, o o The Williams delegation to the Northern Arizona Federa tion- of Woman's Clubs could not say enough in praise of the royal hospitality of the Flag staff ladies. o 0 0 Tanlac now has the largest sale of any medicine in the world. There is a reason. Wil liams Drug Co. ' adv. poo Mrs. Robinette, of William's, was ejected Treasurer of the Northern Arizona Federation of Woman's Clubs at their meeting in Flagstaff last Fri day. : . O O O A Wonderful line of new fresh candy just received and more coming prices 20cta pound up. Mathews Racket Store 000 ? Women's Allen A Black Cat Hosiery at Rittenhouse's in silks priced from ,$1 to $2. In Cotton and Lisle 25c. to 85c. o o o - Miss Lonergan, School Nurse is conducting a class in practi cal, nursing .for any one inter ested, on Tuesday afternoons, at 4:15 in the gym; of the Public School. o o o Judge and Mrs. T. H. Jef fries, of Atlanta Georgia, ar rived in Williams Sunday to spend a month visiting their relatives, , Senator and Mrs. Charles Larson, and Dr. and Mrs. C. D. Jeffries and son. . V -o 0 0 ' Tanlac has made life worth living for millions of people who had almost given up hope. It will do the same for you. Williams Drug Co. - adv. 0 0. o Just Received from New York the most beautiful line of child ren's hats. Prices reasonably low. Mathews' Racket Store Babv Chicks: Barred and white Rocks. R. I. Reds. Buff Orping tons, Anconas, Black. Minorcas, Buff ; White and Brown Leg horns. Order tfor.the season; will soon close?. . ' , , ENOCH CREWS, Seabright, California 0,0 O For School Trustee I hereby announce that I am a candidate for the office of School Trustee of Williams School District No. 2. I will appreciate your support at the polls October 29. J. A. SCOTT Industrial Week PHOENIX,' Oct. 1 8. Pre liminary plans are well advan ced toward the holding of In dustrial Week, November 7 to 12, and everything points to a brilliant success, and one which will put Arizona 'on the map as a commonwealth which is fast becoming a self-sustaining en tity, one capable of supporting its own industrial activities. For School Trustee j I hereby announce that I am a candidate for" the office of school trustee of Williams School District No. 2, subject to the will of the school electors at the election October 29, 1921. C. R. SULLIVANT. A reliable man wants to rent or lease a farm of 30 to 40 acres for next year or longer. Will pay for use of any imple ments or furniture. Has 'team and feed and seed. Notify XX care Williams News. Team For Sale 9 years, 2600 pounds, cheap or what have you to trade? A GREVEN, li2 miles west of Maine on state highway. SOLLIVANT STRONG FOR BETTER . SCHOOLS C. R. Sullivant candidate for the office of School Tr' jtee of Williams School District No. 2" is prepared in every way tc make an efficient officer, if" elected. He has three children in the Williams school and an other not yet of school age, and for this reason feels a keen in terest in the welfare of the Wil liams school. He has been a resident of Williams for many years and has always worked for the betterment of the town which is his home. If elected he will not be content with performing his duties as his of fice will require, but will look to the bulding up and further strengthening of the school. N. A. FEDERATION OF WOMAN'S CLUBS MEETS - The Federation of Northern Arizona Woman's Clubs was held at Flagstaff (last Fridays and Saturday. A most enthus iastic delegation of Williams ladies went up. They were Mesdames Robinette, Cureton,. Jones. Montgomery, Barbour, Kirwan, Buggeln, and the Mes dames Rittenhouse, Lee and Grleene. who appeared on the program for the Friday even- 1 ing musicale and reception giv en by the Flagstaff Club at Ash urst Auditorium, and Saturday at the Federation program at Elks Hall. The Flagstaff ladies had prepared a splendid . pro gram Friday evening which wa3 enjoyed , to the utmost by the capacity crowd . present. The Williams musicians proved themselves genuine artists and -held the'audiencex spellbound with their eloquence and inter pretive ability. Mrs. T. H. Cur eton gave a most interesting: talk on "Conservation" at the Saturday afternoon meeting. Mrs. Cureton was unamimously endorsed by the Northern Ari zona Federation as their nomi nee for President of the State Federation. ,' Williams delegates are most enthusiastic in their praise of Flagstaff's cordiality and hospi tality.;. ; .. i. ; REED MILLER & NEVADA VAN DER VEER TO GIVE CONCERT IN FLAGSTAFF 1 On Oct. 26, Reed Miller and Nevada Van der Veer, two of the best concert singers in the United States, will give a con cert in Flagstaff. They are ap pearing under the auspices of the Normal School and have been guaranteed $500. This is a rare opportunity for Northern Arizona to hear two of the fin est concert artists in America. The price of the tickets will be : reserved seats, $2 and $1.50;, general v admission, adults,. $1; children, 50c. "Tanlac made me feel young er." "It put me back on the nayroll." "I can eat .whatever I want now." "I no longer suf fer from Indigestion." "I gain ed weight rapidly." These and many more expressions are now heard daily as people . tell of their experience with Tanlac, Williams Drug Co. adv. Extension Director Here W. M. Cook, extension direc tor of Arizona during the last two weeks. He spent two days the first of the week, with coun ty agent Chisholm. Mr. Chis holm drove with him into the country about- Williams on Monday. . .The other day was. spent among the farmers about Flagstaff. Mr. Cook is quite, well impressed with the farm ing progress in this county ancT forsees a great future for farm ers in this county once they suc ceed in putting into practice the methods best adapted to this particular region.