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FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1922.
THE WILLIAMS NEWS. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS For Clerk of Superior Court I hereby announce that I am a candidate on the democratic ticket for the nomination for Clerk of the Superior Court sub- . ject teethe will of the voters at " j . Tfc T7 I J. J C tember, 1922. TOM L. REES ForjQounty Assessor. I hereby announce that I am a candidate on the Republican Ticket for the nomination for County Assessor subject to the will of the voters at the Pri mary Election in September, 1922. WILLIAM BEESON o . o o For Sheriff. I herecby announce that I am a. candidate on the Republican Ticket for the. .nomination for Sheriff subject to the-will of the voters at the Primary Election. September 12, 1922. W. A. CAMPBELL For County -Treasurer I hereby announce that I am a candidate for the democratic nomination for County Treasur er, subject to the. will of the voters at the Primary election September 12, 1922? ANA FROHMILLER For County Supervisor, 2nd District. I hereby announce that I am a candidate on the Democratic Ticket for the nomination for County Supervisor, 2nd District subiect to the will of the voters at the Primary Election in Sep tember, 1922. JOHN LOY X For Countv Attorney. I hereby announce myself a candidate for County Attorney i of Coconino County, subject to the will of the Democratic vot ers at the primary election on September 12, 1922. FRANK HARRISON y j - - flj-i.i Jr - WILLIAMS DEFEATS FLAG. For Justice of Peace I hereby announce that I am a candidate for the democratic nomination for the office of Justice - of the Peace of Wil liams Precinct will of my party at the Primary Election, September 12. I will appreciate your support. R. D. MITCHELL One of the hundreds of Ari zona cattlemen who annually attend the Prescott Frontier Days contest 'during' July 3- 4 5-6th, when the high cash purs- UIv. i - tition attract contestants from all corners of the country:' o o - o , Flacrstaff srot the best of Williams in the matter of raiiv-J fall during the past week; but , what of that since Williams won the ball game. Anyway Williams got a little ram, PRESCOTT JULY 3-4-5-6 Prescott, Arizona, June 30 Attesting the increasing popu larity of the Frontier Days, a record sale of boxes for the big cnnt.ps.to.. nn . -Till v Jt-4-K-fith. enough to freshen things suf fie- greeted the management today. entiy to stana anoxner ween 01 Keen interest is being display- dry weather. rm A iai Will ...CELEBRATE... JULY 4 & 5 IN THE COOLEST PLACE IN THE WEST FLAGS IMF The old home town of famous Busters of Bronchos and Hard Riders A real calloused hip center of the early' ..-''-- ' day boys j . ed in the 1922 contests. Riders and ropers from the northland and great ranches of Canada are now in Prescott waiting for the opening days. The Prescott contests., are unique in that there is not a paid entryman in any event. The contstants pay. their entry fees, elect their own judges, and upon the decisions of these men, the awards are made. Every plan possible for the .entertainment of visitors and guests within the gates of the Mile High City has been con sidered. The accommodations committee of the Frontier Days will keep open house, both day and night, in the Frontier Days headquarters, ground floor of the courthouse in the Yavapai county Chamber of Commerce. This committee is headed, bv Brownie" Gentry, known thru- out the State for the efficiency ,ne created in handling the Frontier Days visitors. A fifty piece cowbov band. fresh from Rattlesnake Gulch has been contracted to furnish some of the music for the Fron tier Days. Concerts will be played on the plaza both morn ings and evenings, and at the grounds during the contests. : Plenty of fun and excitement is on taps for all. Prescott extends-a welcome to Arizona to come up a mile and smile awhile. INDIANS are COMING Bucks,- Squaws ' and Papooses to join in the sports in true Indian fashion BANDS - DANCING - MUSIC DAY and NIGHT Sling a Diamond Hitch on Your Or : . Pony and Lope in to see the .... - Or. Home Folks CHAMPIONSHIP BALL GAMES; Auto Races, Indian Races and Sports,' Steer Riding and Tying, Broncho Busting, Amusements .of all .kinds.,,.- - v, --vS : STREET PARADE All Guaran teed by Knights f Pythias Mountain, . Lodge No. 15 Many times Tanlac has done what was thought to be impos sible. It's worth your trial. Williams Drug Co. . Adv. Head Lettuce In Northern Arizona. Tucson, June 30. Professor F. J. Crider, Horticulturist at the University of Arizona, has been investigating the possibil ities of producinghead lettuce in Northern Arizona. Correspondence indicates that Colorado and Idaho have already developed a profitable and promising industry . in. the production of head lettuce' uri der conditions very comparable, with northern Arizona." This lettuce, will be planted" about July i; and "should be ready to harvest in September. County Agent F. A. Chisholm at Flagstaff, will interest pota to growers in that vicinity in planting small patches of let tuce with approved seed sup plied by the Horticultural De partment. '- The development' of com modity Marketing Associations, one of which . is in Coconino county, has made the growing of new crops more feasible in Arizona. September lettuce has little competition in the United States, and with the organized support of the wholesalers and other business interests through the influence of the Industrial Congress, an added encourage ment is given thi development of new and special crops to which Arizona i-J so' well adap (Continued from Page 1) Amos made a very fine catch of a high hit ball over short and near the foul line. O'Connor got the only home run during the game. It was a hard hit to left-center. Flag staff passed the hat, arid quite a neat sum was realized for the popular player. Simp kins hit a three bagger and played and handled him self like a real ballplayer. He will give a good account of him self next Sunday.' ' ; : When Knibbs and Rouby Sul livant play center in the same game, it may safely be assum ed that center will be covered The work of both these young men Sunday could not have been improved upon. Especi ally fine was that of Rouby who felt that, in the absence of Dick Cole and the substitution of "Proc" in left, he would have a great deal more territory to cover. Proctor says that as a fielder, he is a good carpet- beater. Some woman will make him prove it one of these days. It does seem that when eighteen men play ball for four or five months in a year, all of them would be acquainted with the rules governing the game The "block ball" rule has been in effect since George Wright, Andy . Leonard and McVey played on the old Cincinnati Reds in 1869. Yet last Sun day, from action, -and appear ances, there were not three men on either team who knew what it was all about. " ' . They do say fthough of course it may not be true that the Fray Marcos, Rolla Reese, and the Parlor Barber Shop cashed a number of checks Sunday evening. To give a complete list of those from Flagstaff who at tended the game . and rooted hard for their pets to win would be like reading the Flasrstaff telephone directory. How ever among those whom we had a chance to observe were Hon. 5 Hugh Campbell and Harry Hib- ben accompanied by friends: from Phoenix. ' Joe .. P. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Wid Radebaugh, John Francis, Mrs. Alex A. Johnson, , accompanied by Dr. ! and Mrs. Brayton, of Miami. Mrs. Brayton nee Lillian Ter ry -greeted many of her old friends in her former home. ; Ariz, flour from Ariz, wheat. Tucson, June 30. The THE FLORSHEIM SHOE IT always pays to buy Flors . heim shoes they are made to satisfy. -You get value for what you pay. The name on every pair is proof of qual ity something you do not get when you accept a shoe of unknown merit. Ten "Dollars WV C Rittenhouse FOR THE MAN iSrS WHO CARES; I H Farm Bureau in Arizona has recently taken "Trade at Home" . enthusiasts to task for recommending foreign flour instead of Arizona brands made from Arizona wheat. George A. Cullen, formerly ; connected with the Lackawan-; na railroad, and now Vice-. President of the North Ameri can Fruit Exchange, recently made an address in which he said that "eventually, why. not now," reminded him that the same advertising used in selling-flour could be used with equal success in advertising the wheat from which flour is made. . ' He further , states "Why do Armour and Welch get all the good-will asset out . of advertising their particular brands of grape juice, while the growers, who produce the be3t quality of grapes, out of which that is made, establish for themselves no reputation with the public, and hence are" al ways at a disadvantage in dealing with -the juice makers. "If I were a grape grower, I think I would make the public demand grape juice made from MY . grapes. Having estab lished MY name, I would make the juice makers come to me instead of the other way round, as it is now. ' Of course, when I speak of the grower, I mean the organization of growers that is only another indication of how helpless the individual is by himself and how powerful he may become by organiza tion." - o . 1 How's TbU? W offer $100.00 for any caa ot catarrh that cannot b curad by HAJ.Ja CATARRH MEDICINE. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE la tak en internally and acta threugn the Blood on the Mucous Surface of the System. Sola hy orugBiats for over forty ye Price T6c Testimonials free. . , I J. Cheney St Co.. Toledo, Ohio. A Sudden Summer Shower ' ! isfypitJetv You jfcrgat to (Vote :' 7cur J!orsAre they Spoiled? ' Mb indeed ! 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