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THE WILLIAMS NEWS Summerwear of The Better Kind The fit, comfort and service of Athletic sum merwear is a foregone conclusion when a man sticks to an established brand like Allen A Summerwear ForMen&Boys On all points of style, quality and workmanship, we can point to ALLEN A Summerwear as a specific . example of superior value; yet the cost to you is little, if any more than you'd expect to pay for ordinary athletic styleunderwear. And, too, from the assortment we now offer, you can satisfy your own preference for fabrics; Summerwear, Union Suits of silk, Soisette, madras or mercerized net, beautifully made garments that fit loosely and comfortably, 'without a bind or a pull, are all here. Come in and see this display. There is no better time than NOW to stock up on your supply of Summerwear, as,lhe following prices will indicate.. W. C Rittenhouse FOR SALE: Best Ford Tour- FOR SALE: 150 sacks seed ing Car in town for $150. Good potatoes. Three years treated tires, 1922 license and taxes with corrosive sublimate. $2 paid. Bobby Bums per cwt. MIKE O'BRIEN Spring Valley. P. O. Parks, Arizona. - FOR SALE: 2 saddle ? horses and draft horses., ;S. M. Lbr. Co. 2 Buy your printing at home. Prompt and careful work is our specialty- Williams News PRE WAR FRIGES AT THIS STORE YOU may not have stopped to compare our present prices witk those of pre-war days. . If you will do so now you will find that our policy of going down with the market has finally brought us back to those old time prices and in some cases our prices are even lower than those charged for the same quality of goods five and six years ago. Beat the H. C. L. Ly trading at our store. Our prices are always the lowest that the market will justify. Give us a trial and you will be convinced. DON'T OVERLOOK OUR Strictly Fresh Local Ranch Eggs. They are a delight to eat. Fresh Fruits and Vegetables every Friday Fresh Bakery Goods from our own Bakery i2le Combine Quaiitj and jCoiv Prices JAMES KENNEDY PERSONAL AND LOCAL Miss Marie Miller is recover ing from an attack of the flu. o o o FOR RENT: Sine Cot tage nicely furnished. Inquire Phone 14. o o o Dr. Felix Manning, of Flag staff, was a Williams visitor Thursday. o o Judge X. N. Steeves went to Flagstaff Wednesday to trans act business before the Superior Court. o o Protect your clothes from moths. Use Red Cedar com pound. Grand Canyon Drug Co. adv. Little Barbara Greene who became seriously ill last Friday, is able to be up and around again. o o o County Attorney F. M. Gold and court interpreter Ed Priest were in Williams Thursday. o Mr. Ben Sweetwood, who has been out on his ranch for a couple of weeks, has returned to town. o o o Is your appetite jaded? Is your digestion poor? If so, Tan lac is what you need. Williams Drucr Co: - adv. o o o Mrs. T. A. Story, teacher of the Maine school, has been un able to teach this week due to an attack of the flu. o o o Miss Ruth Potterman left for Los Angeles Wednesday with her sister. Miss Marion, who is threatened with pleural pneumonia. o o o G. W. M. Taylor, prominent in nolitics in Texas, has been a guest of Cr A. Moose for the Dast week. While here he spent a few days at the Canyon. Luncheons in Honor of Mrs. Edwin Johnson. A series of luncheons have been given during the past two weeks, in honor of Mrs. Edwin Johnson who will leave this Sunday for San Diego. Wil liams is indeed sorry to lose Mrs. Johnson and family as they have endeared themselves to the community through years of residence here. Mrs. James Kennedy and Mrs. J. W. Lee entertained with three tables of bridge a week ago last Tuesday; Mrs. E. J. Kirwan entertained last Tuesday with three tables of bridge and Mrs. W. C. Ritten house and Mrs. C. W. Elliot en tertained this Thursday with three tables of bridge. Mrs. Johnson and children will travel overland accompan ied by her mother, Mrs. Martin Buggeln, who will visit in Cal ifornia for a while. o o o Mrs. Geo. Spellmire Entertains Mrs. Geo. Spellmire enter tained last Saturday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Edwin Johnson who is soon leaving to join her husband m San Diego. Mrs Griffin and Mrs. Martin Bug geln won the prizes at auction bridge and whist, boxes of dain ty handkerchiefs. o o o Bargains in all lines at Mathews Racket Store Come while they last. 24 Dozen Children's Summer hats arrived this week. . . Mathews' Racket Store o o o WANTED About 6 miles of j cement walks to .lay in the Town of Williams.. A 1 work, reasonable prices. F. A. Boulin Safety Razor Blades cost mon ey. Don t throw them away when dulled. We sharpen them as good as new. L,eave your blades at Grand Canyon Drug Co. SALT Jesse Sevier has returned from Long Beach to his ranch south of town. Mrs. Sevier and Marion will return as soon as school closes in Long Beach, o o o Judge and Mrs. J. M. Holub came up from Phoenix Sunday and will be in Williams for a few days while the Judge aud its the Town books. He re ports business conditions in the south much improved. ?,. o o o .-. - Try Peptona for that tired tired listless feeling. A guar anteed tonic. Grand Canyon Drug Co. adv. Lump Rock Salt $6 per ton. Recrystallized pure white salt j for sheep, ice cream etc., m 3 00 lb. sacks S6 per Ton: in 50 lb. sacks $7 per Ton F. O. B. car SALTMARSH, CALIF. Car load lots only. R. S. EVANS 1162 East Colorado St., Tasa- dena, California. "TD AHP AT U4-kKIir DIIV ARIZONA PRODUCTS." Mrs. Tom Venable, of Pitt- man Valley, has been a guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Moose for the past week. Mrs. Venable had been very ill and came in to receive medical care but is now much improved. o o o Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Moose from Texas, are visiting with Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Moose. Clyde is a cousin of C. A. He likes the country here and ex pects to remain for the summer with a chance that he" may lo cate here permanently. o o o Mr. an Mrs. I. G. Stevenson and daughters and Mr. Ridgley, head of the violin department of the Normal mortored down from Flagstaff, Sunday While here they were guests of the Harold Greene s and the Uel C. Bobbitts. o . o o Mrs. Charles Vogt, mother of Mrs. E. O. Messimer, returned Wednesday from Las Vegas, N . Mex., where she was called some time ago by the illness and death of her son, Mr. Har ry Vogt. Mrs. Harry Vogt ac companied her for a visit with the E. O. Messimers. o o o Mrs. Mary Nellis who has been in McGaffey, N. M.'for the past few months, returned to Williams the first of the week. She will visit with friends nd relatives here and in Ash Fork, for awhile. o o o Mrs. E. E. Brown and three children will return Saturday on No. 22 for their home in Missouri after spending the winter here. Mrs. Brown came here for the benefit of her son, Mark's health who suf fered from asthma. While here his health improved re markably. Mrs. Brown is very enthusiastic about our wonderful climate. Observance of "Trade at Home Buy Arizona Products Week" will not be limited to the period of May 22 to 27 but will be continued thruout the year once the people of Ari zona are shown the variety and number of Arizona products, Governor Thomas E. Campbell declares in a letter endorsing the movement which he has sent to the Arizona Industrial Congress. "Thereby our industries will be given new impetus, our mon ey will remain at home where it is needed in the development of our resources and we shall all experience more of that meas ure of prosperity which is the ultimate goal of our endeavors" the governor added, summing up the real purposes of the movement. MICKIE SAYS ( WVALE -fU' -CtVAVO MERCHMXT ) WIS CUSTOMERS Ptm APveansiM' iv. our noted , PUR.UEMOR. op Pue.uevrw SSSfa Toun. AXhen a stranger wishes to size up a town, one of the first things he does is to get a copy of the home paper The News receives orders ev ery week, from people in oth er states asking for a copy of the local paper. Most of them contemplate coming to Ari zona and order copies of the various papers in order to size up the different towns in advance How do they size up a town from the local paper? First of all by looking, over the advertising columns. , Coming to the News they estimate after this manner: "Eight page weekly, must be a good printing office. One, two, three, four stores. Not very many but they carry big spaces so they must be pros perous. Here is a clothing store too. It takes a pretty good town to support a cloth- , ing store. Only one bank but that's a big one. Two drug stores one prosperous and the other awake at least.' A good run of general advertis ing. The paper must have a good circulation to get that. One picture show a good line of pictures all right. This is strange -noy hotels, no gar ages, no restaurants. It's an old town, too, 30th year of the paper. Maybe it's near a larger town that takes all that business away from "Wil liams. Seems funny, etc." There you are. The home paper is an index to the town. Is your business indexed correctly?