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FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1922.
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 to the will of the voters at the Primary Election in Sep tember, 1922. TOM L. REES For County Assessor. I hereby announce that I am a candidate on the Republican Ticket for the nomination for r,nr,-ir Aftspasnr subiect to the svruuuj . i will of the voters at the Pn-. mary Election in September, 1922 WILLIAM BEESON For Sheriff. I hereby announce that 1 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 FRO H MILLER For County School Superintendent. 1 Tiereby announce that I am a candidate on the Republican Ticket for the nomination for County School Superintendent subject to the will of the voters at the Primary Election, Sep tember 12. VIRGINIA M. LOCKETT For Constable. I hereby announce that I am a candidate for the democratic nomination for Constable of "Williams precinct, subject to the will of my party at the pri mary election September 12, -1922. E. II. MERRITT For Sheriff. I hereby announce that I am a candidate on the democratic Ticket for the nomination for sheriff subject to the will of the voters at the Primary Septem ber 12., JOHN W. FRANCIS County Attorney. - I am a candidate for the dem ocratic nomination for COUNTY ATTORNEY at the primary election Sep tember 12, 1922. F M. GOLD SAGINAW & MANISTEE LUMBER COMPANY Williams, Arizona MANUFACTURERS OF ARIZONA SOFT PINE Fl R El NSURANCE FOR THIS WORLD-ONLY IF YOUR House Burns, who stands the loss? YOU had better see JERRIE LEE and get INSURED 10 BIG COMPANIES 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 subject to the will of the voters at the Primary Election in Sep tember, 1922. JOHN LOY For County Attorney. I hereby announce myself a candidate for County Attorney of Coconino County, subject to the will of the Democratic vot ers at the primary election on September 12, 1922. FRANK HARRISON 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 subject to the will of my party at the Primary Election, September 12. I will appreciate your support. R. D. MITCHELL For County Recorder. I hereby announce that I am a candidate on the Demoncrat ic ticket for the nomination for County Recorder subject to the will of the voters at the Pri mary Election, September 12, 1922. EUGENE F. PHELAN. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Phoenix, Arizona, July 15, 1922." NOTICE is hereby given that Kit Carson Kirby, of Parks, Arizona, who, on October 28, 1921, made Homestead Entry, No. 035825, for SWSEii, lot 4 Sec. 12, NWV4NE14, lot 1, Section 13, Township 22-N., Range 4-E., G. & S. R. B. & Meridian, has filed notice of in tention to make Three "Year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before Tom L. Rees, U. S. Commission er, at Flagstaff, Arizona, on the 24th day of August, 1922. Claimant names as witnesses: Albert Grevens, Frank Ducher, Hector O. Wright, Francis M. Bryant, all of Parks, Arizona. John R.-Towles, Register. Begin pub. 7-21-22. , o MIAMI VOTES $285,000 FOR TWO NEW SCHOOLS Globe, Ariz., July 20. By a vote of 341 to 209, Miami school district No. 26 today en dorsed a bond issue of $285, 000 to erect two grade schools and build an addition to the Miami high school. PHONE 96 THE WILLIAMS NEWS. Need for Better Methods of Home Laundering Shown. Results of surveys in Lafay ette and Saline Counties, Mo., have recently been tabulated by extension workers of the United States Department of Agricul ture, to show the need for dem onstration work in improved methods of washing and iron ing. In Saline County, only 2 per cent of the people sent the washing out of the house, 25 per cent, still used the wash board, 40 per cent used hand machines, and 33 per cent used power washers. The average time for doing washing with a power machine was 2 hours, as compared with 4 3-4 hours with a washboard. In 10 families where machines have been pur chased since the survey was made, it is estimated that 2 3-4 hours a week, of 133 hours a year, are saved in each house hold. In Lafayette County, 96 per cent of the washing was done at home . The tub and wash board method was used by 29 per cent, hand-power machines by 34 per cent, 21 per cent had gasoline washing machines, and 16 per cent had machines op erated by an electric motor. Clothes were handled 5 times on an average. The time for doing washing by motor power was approximately half of that used to do it by tub and wash board method. Similar comparison between hand ironing, both with' and without an electric iron, and ironing with a mangle, were made. To iron 25 pounds of clothes with an electric iron took 6 1-2 hours and cost 32 cents for electricity. To iron 25 pounds with a mangle took 1 hour and used current worth 39 cents. Dio logical Survey Discovers Two New Races of Skunks. Two "hitherto unrecognized geographic races of skunks of the genus Conepatus, the hog nosed types have been describ ed by the Biological Survey of the United States Department of Agriculture. This general kind of skunk ranges for the most part from southern South America north to southern An zona, where it reaches its northernmost limits. One of the two new forms, known as the Arizona hog-nosed skunk, is found in southern New Mexico and Arizona; the other, the Nelson hog-nosed skunk, is na tive to Mexico. The fur of the hog-nosed skunk is not so valuable as that of the ordinary black skunk owing to the poorer texture and to the fact that the tail and much of the back are white. This type of skunk is better equipped for rooting than oth ers because of the . greater length and strength of it3 snout, and it is probably useful in the control of certain insects. Hog Raisers Should Plow Up Barn Lots Each Year. Hog raisers may accomplish two desirable results by plow ing up the barn lots at least once a year, says the United States Department of Agricul ture. In the first place, hogs need good succulent pasture as much of the time as possible, and in the second place they need protection against inter nal parasites, such as round worms, the eggs of which re main in the soil. Turning over the soil in the lots helps to get rid of the. pests and the crop of forage makes it a profit able operation. In addition to providing cheap protein feed, pasture crops aid as a laxative and require the hogs to take a certain amount of exercise which is necessary to breeding animals and growing pigs. Rye is probably the best crop to use for fall, winter and spring pasture for hogs. Thru out the corn belt it may be sown from August 20 to about Octo ber 1, depending on the lati tude. In warmer climates the crop may be put in at various times up to as late-as December. By putting in successive plant ings from 2 to 4 weeks apart it is possible to have fresh pas ture all the time. Seeding for pasture should be much heavier than for a grain crop, from 3 to 4 bushels per acre on a good soil. Pasturing can probably begin 6 weeks after seeding, and may continue,, if the rye is not covered with snow, until the following April. FOR RENT Sine Cottage. Phone 14, Mrs. Charles Sweet-wood. SUMMONS NO. 1811. In the Superior Court of the State of Arizona, in and for th County of Coconino. John W. Johnson, Plaintiff. vs. Dorothy E. Johnson, Defendant. IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF ARIZONA, TO Dorothy E. Johnson Defendant, GREETING : YOU ARE HEREBY SUM MONED And required to ap pear in an action brought against you by the above named plaintiff in the Superior Court cf the State of Arizona, in and for the County of Coconino, and answer the Complaint therein filed with the Clerk of this said Court, at Flagstaff, in said County, within twenty days af ter the service upon you of the Summons, if served in this said. County, or in all other cases within thirty days thereafter, the times above mentioned be ing exclusive of the day of ser vice, or judgement by default will be taken against you. Given under my hand and the seal of the Superior Court of the State of Arizona, in and for the County of Coconino, this 20th day of July, A. D., 1922. (SEAL) . Tom L. Rees, Clerk of the Superior Court. STATE OF ARIZONA Office of the Arizona Corpora tion Commission. United States of America I ss. Qfota n-f Arizona I The Arizona Corporation herebv certify v.. . . that the annexed is a true and complete transcript of the Amendment to tne Articles oi Incorporation of Williams li brary Association which was filed in the office of said Ari zona Corporation Commission on the 9th day of February, at 10:00 o'clock A. M., as provia TN TESTIMONY WHEREOF The Arizona Corporation Com mission, by its Chairman, has hereunto set its hand and affix ed its Official Seal. Done at the City of Phoenix, the Capitol, this 22nd day of February, A.D. 1922. Arizona Corporation Commission D. F. Johnson, Chairman Attest : F. J. K. McBride, Secretary. (SEAL) AMENDMENT TO ARTICLES OF INCORPORA TION OF THE WILLIAMS PUBLIC LIBRARY ASSOCIATION KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: Whereas, the Williams Pub lic Library Association, a non profit corporation, was duly in corporated at Williams in the County of Coconino, State of Arizona, on the sixth day of May, 1896, and the said cor poration has continued its ex istence until the present time; and . - f Whereas, twenty-five years, the period of the existence of said corporation, has expired ; and Whereas, more than three fourths of the members of the said corporation, at a meeting regularly called and held, vot ed to renew the existence of the said corporation for a per iod of twenty-five years, be ginning from the expiration of the aforesaid original corpora tion, and at such meeting it was voted that the corporation, as renewed, should succeed to all the property and rights of 'the original corporation to all intents and purposes; and Whereas, the undersigned, the officers of the said original corporation were duly author ized at the said meeting to re new the said corporation for a period of twenty-five years, and to execute all papers for such purposes ; Now Therefore, for the pur pose of renewing the said orig inal corporation and by reason of the premises, the under signed, do hereby adopt the fol lowing articles of incorpora tion. ARTICLE I. The names and residences of the incorporators are : Mrs. Lizzie Kiennedy, Wil liams, Arizona; Mrs. Mira Miller, Williams, Arizona ; Mrs. Carrie Finney, Wil liams, Arizona; Each of whose post office ad- Syhe FLORSHEIM SHOE HPT IT fLL that you hear about Sl- Florsheim Shoes their good looks, perfect fit, long en durance is fully verified by the genuine satisfaction you receive when you wear them. You will find the price low for shoes of this high quality. THE "PARKWAY" no W. C. Rittenhouse FOR. THE MAN WHO CARES dress is Williams, Arizona. ARTICLE II. The name of the said corpor ation shall remain the same, to-wit: the WILLIAMS LI BRARY ASSOCIATION. ARTICLE III. The membership of this cor poration shall be composed of males and females above the age of 16; the same to be elec ted as may be provided there fore by the by-laws of this cor poration. ARTICLE IV. The principal nature and business of this corporation is and it shall be, the maintenance of a free reading room and public library ; and it may and can be for the cultivation of social and friendly relations, general benevolence, literary and musical advancement, moral and pleasing entertain ment, and the owning and maintaining of suitable build ings and places for the above mentioned purposes. ARTICLE V. The principle place of busi ness of this corporation shall be in the Town of Williams, in Coconino County State of .-Arizona. ARTICLE VI. The time of the commence ment of the renewal of this cor poration shall date from the expiration of the aforesaid original corporation, and its duration shall be twenty-five years. ARTICLE VII. The amount of capital stock of this corporation shall con sist of its properties, used for the purposes of the organiz ation thereof and shall be paid for as accumulated. ARTICLE VIII. The officers of this Corpora tion shall be a President, a Vice-President, a Secretary and a Treasurer; and they shall be elected semi-annually, to-wit: On the Second Monday in June, and on the Second Monday in December of each year here after, by the active members of this corporation; and until tne election to be held on the sec ond Monday in June, 1922, Mrs. Carrie Finney shall be President; Mrs. Lizzie Kennedy shall be Vice-President and Mrs. Mira Miller shall be ; Treasurer, and they three shall appoint a Secretary. ARTICLE IX. The affairs of, this corpora tion shall be conducted by a Board of Directors, which shall consist of not less than three, nor more than ten persons, the number thereof and the man ner of election of the same shall be fixed by the by-laws of this corporation, and the persons signing these Articles, shall constitute the Board of Direc tors until the coming election of officers at the election to be held June, next hereafter, as above mentioned in Article VIII. ARTICLE X. The highest amount of- in debtedness or liability, direct or congent, to which this cor poration is at any time to be subject, shall in no case exceed Twenty-five Hundred Dollars. ARTICLE XI. The private property of the officers and members of this corporation, shall be at all times exempt' from any of the corporate debts. ARTICLE XII. The qualifications for mem--, bers, mode ; of r election, ;and terms of admission to member ship ; and the fees of admission and dues to be paid to . the treasury by members; and the expulsion and suspension of , members for misconduct or non-payment of dues; and also for restoration to membership; and the contracting, securing, paying and limiting the amount 2 of indebtedness; and all other regulations not repugnant to the laws of the State of Ari zona, and "consonant with the objects of this corporation, shall each and all be governed by and as provided for in the by-laws of this corporation. ARTICLE Xin. This corporation is not, and -shall not be organized for the purposes of profit in any way. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, we have hereunto set our hands t this the 19th day of January, A .D. 1922. MRS. LIZZIE KENNEDY MRS. MIRA MILLER MRS. CARRIE FINNEY State of Arizona, ! ss. County of Coconino ! Before me, A. M. Root Jr., a Notary Public in and for the County of Coconino, State of Arizona, on this day personally appeared Mrs. Lizzie Kennedy, Mrs. Mira Miller and Mrs. Car rie Finney, to me known to be the persons whose names are subscribed to the foregoing instrument, and each and all acknowledged to me that she and they executed the same for the purposes and consideration therein expressed, "and as her act and deed. - Given under my hand and seal of office this the 19th day of January, A. D. 1922.. My commission expires Au gust 23, 1924. ' A. M. ROOT JR., Notary Public. (NOTARIAL SEAL) Filed in the office of the Ari- " zona Corporation Commission, this 9th day of Feb., A. D. 1922 at 10 :00 A. M. at request of Mrs. P. A. Melick, Secy., whose post office address is Williams, ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION By D. F. JOHNSON. Chairman.