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THE WILLIAMS NEWS.
FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1922. TRADE WITH MEN YOU KNOW WHEN YOUR NEEDS ARE PARTICULAR TNSURANCE men you know will draw up a pol icy that will meet your particular needs and give you full coverage. It Costs No More to buy good insurance and in addition receive per sonal service than to buy unknown insurance and receive uninterested care. If you will bring your iusurance problems to this office you will be given all information you require. This does not put you under obligation at this agency of Hartford Fire Insurance Company. THE ARIZONA CENTRAL BANK WILLIAMS, ARIZ. PHONE 37 N. C R. D. Mitchell Secy., C R. Sullrvant WILLIAMS LODGE No. 15 Meets Every Wednesday, 8 P. PI. V. C Guy C. Rigrgr Treas Harry McDougall VISITING BROTHESS ALWAYS WELCOME GRAND CANYON LODGE NO. 14. Meets every first and third Monday, thru June, July and August, at 8 P. M. Visiting Knights are cordially invited to attend. CARL LaSALLE, C. C. Candy A Necessity As well as a Luxury EAT and ENJOY the BEST The Chocolates with the Wonderful Centers Fresh pure and wholesome in attractive packages 65c. to $1.25 a pound The Grand Canyon Drug Co. Buy Fishing Tackle Here We carry a large line of the best. ALSO Pocket Knives, Eversharp Pencils, Kodak Films, Daylo Flashlights, Post Cards, and other handy articles to take on camping trips A FINE LINE OF CANDIES AND CIGARS Parlor Barber AND- Shop Pocket Billiard Room BAUMG ARTNER & FOUSHA Brickbats Never Made A Bouquet. How many times, Mr. and Mrs. Reader, have you said a kind word to the editor? How often have you stopped him on the street to commend him for an editorial or dropped him a note giving him your support in some fight he was making for the public good ? An editor doesn't seek any words of thanks. Probably if you did stop him and showered some kind words in his ear he would be as embarrassed as a 10-year old schoolboy speaking his first piece. But at any rate it will sound good to him when he has time to think it over. Instead of words of praise, here is what you generally hear: "Why, that paper isn't worth half the price. It never has any news in it and what it does have is mostly wrong." Yet when that person wants to advertise a cake sale or a dance he or she sends the items to this same newspaper. Then you hear that the edi-. i tor is a crank, that he is biased and does not present news fair ly, that he does not know how to run a paper, and so on and so on. You have heard these remarks or similar ones, but are they fair? An editor, in the first place is only a human being. He is dealing with human beings and it's sound logic that you can't please all the people all the time. At some time or anoth er he has to print some news that is going to offend someone and make an enemy. The editor can't help that. Peo ple who get into trouble never think about the newspaper un til they want their names kept out. Then they get mad at the editor because he prints the MIS AIL n f The Economy BMMBfMSx iP&WfflDElHi Tim audi Mzmy Saveir REGISTER Office of the County Recorder. Every one MUST register this year, in order to be able to vote at the elections this fall. You way register in the following precincts, before the following named Registration Officers, or before any Justice of the Peace. This office will make every ef fort to properly register all legal voters before the Pri mary election. Williams Precinct, Mrs. Geo. W. Johnson and George Mc Dougall. Fredonia. A. E. Lewis Canyon Diablo, Wm. V. Smith Howard Mountain, Jim Robert son. Camp 1, J. C. McCain. Greenlaw Mill, Miss Lucile V. Nolan. Grand Canyon, Miss Scott and R. P. Gilliland. Sedona, J. B. Smith. i Tuba City. Elsio Linn. 1 Loys, Mrs. Bertie Loy. Camp 10, Mrs. Fred Reno. Rosewell, Al Sanford. Blys, Ira Brown. Long Valley, Addison E. Fuller Spring Valley, Mrs. Mae Mor gan. Red Lake, Mrs. Annie Thomas-son. V cowtMW t BEST BY TEST When you bake with Calumet you know there will be no loss or failures. That's why it is far less expensive than some other brands selling for less. Don't le led into talking Quantity osr Quality Calumet proved best by test in millions of Bake-Day contests. Largest selling brand in the world. Contains only such ingredi ents as have been approved by U. S. Pure Food Authorities. The World's Greatest Baking Powder news. It is true that an editor makes mistakes, and no one regrets more than he the slips of the type, but, again, he is human, and so is every man and wom an who works for him. Did you ever stop to think how many characters there are in a column of type? Well, there are thousands and that means there are thousands of ODDortunities to make errors. And newspapers are generally ; printed amid great rush and confusion. A big story breaks, j the facts must be learned and , put into type. The mail must ; be caught. Everything is Tush, rush- rush. And vet if i a few types get tangled up the ' paper is critized. Take it right home to your self. Can you sit down and write a letter even a short one witnout sometimes get ting a word wrongly placed or misspelled? Be honest, be charitable and overlook a few mistakes when you see them in your home town paper. No man tries harder to avoid mistakes than the editor. It's common sense that he would much prefer to have a perfect paper and avoid mistakes. The editor is a pretty good human being. He is always ready to back any movement for the uplift of his community. If you want to start anything right in your home town and get it across to the people you go right up to the editor's door and ask him to help you out. And he never refuses if it is for a good cause. The editor does more and gives away more real dollars in freespace than any merchant in town. You can always count on your editor. In fact, you do count upon him. And what would this town be without him and his newspaper? Have you ever thought of that? What would the world be with out newspapers? It would be. like going back to the dark p.ges. Business couldn't func tion, and everything would be tied up in knots if it weren't for the newspapers. They spread the ray of light that shows the way to progress. Just think if you had to travel all around town to get the news of your neighbor, your village board, about crops and the market. Well, you couldn't do it. Yet the editor does this favor for you he is the connecting . link between you and the great news centers of the world and the news of your home town. The next time you meet the editor well, just remember he is a human being just like you and that the. Golden Rule works both ways. Winslow Mail. c lime far MODERN CRAUKCASE CLEANING SERVICE Calol Flushing Oil sad Zeroleae for ale, thorough demising and correct refilling. At dealers who diapla the STANDARD OIL COMPANY (California) Greenlaw Camp, James Lane. Mormon Lake, Garland Prairie, Mrs. Mae Morgan. Riordan, Claire McGonigle. Uper Oak Creek, J. B. Smith. Kendrick Park, Robert Tillman Anderson Canyon, W. O. Weems. Parks, Mrs. Stella McMillan. Pittman Valley, Mrs. Fred Flatten. McDonald, P. Schroeder. Doney Park, Mrs. Geo. Farrell. Leupp, Wm. A. O'Brien. Lee's Ferry, Sid Wilson. Flagstaff, Irene Bart and Jeanette Garrett. Respectfully yours, j Irene Bart, County Recorder. BIG SUBSCRIPTION OFFER i .4 S UVvrr Mothers You Gt ALL. FOUR of ThM EV.AGAZIR3ES and OUR NEWSPAPER Year Each FQR S3.15 Order Now THIS gXCEPTIONAI. OFHH IS OOOD FOR A SHORT TIME OHLT Subscription may be new or renewal. All renewal enbacripriona will be extended for on Year from present data of expire rim. PRE WAR PRICES AT THIS STORE YOU may not have stopped to compare our present prices with those of pre-war days. If you will do so now you will find that our policy of going down with the market has finallv 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. by 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 2le Combine Quality and ou ZPrces JAMES KENNEDY