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"FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1922.
THE WILLIAMS NEWS. COMMENCING JULY 24TH. I will give all cash Purchases Cash Register Sales Tickets for amount of cash purchases only and $15.00 of these cash tickets will be 50cts. in any merchandise It Pays To Pay Cash, At KIRBY'S PERSONAL AND LOCAL Miss Otelia Davis is the guest of the C. R. Sullivants. o o o Miss Fern See, of Needles, is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. MacLean. o o o FOR SALE 2 A 1 milk cows and two young mares one 4 yr. old and one 7 yr. old. Wm. Griess, 1 mile north Spring Val ley School House. 3t. p. o o o Red Wing Grape Juice qts. 65c, Pts. 35c. at KIRBY'S. Adv. o o o Mr. E. Colter, of Flagstaff, is taking Mr. Smart's place in the bank while Mr. Smart is on jury duty at Flagstaff. o o , o was in Miss Lava Sughrue left Wed nesday for Berkeley, Calif, to visit her mother before school begins in the fall. o o o Tanlac has been publicly in dorsed by more well-known men and women than any medi cine on earth. William3 Drug Co. Adv. o o o Mrs. Fred Platten received a telegram Thursday telling of the death of her mother, Mrs. Cecelia Ford at Washington, D. C. on July 19. Mrs. Ford was eighty years old and had been an invalid for several years. o o o Mrs. Frank Bascom has as her guests her mother, Mrs. Walter and her aunt, Mrs. Mil ler, both of Cleveland, Ohio, o o o Mrs. Bert Kerriey is in receipt of a letter this week A J O !i 1, tnwn tiA parlv nart of the week, from Miss Eleanor Armstrong He left Wednesdav for the formerly a very competent and White Mountains to enjoy a fishing trip. o o o Mrs. R. A. Wright, accompa nied by her son, Albert, of Con neaut, Ohio, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. G. W. Mitchell at Three Mtw Ranch. o o o Tanlac renders the body vig orous and elastic and keeps the mind clear and energetic. Williams Drug Co. Adv. o o o Mr. and Mrs. Oscar S. Run yon announce the birth of a son, Oscar S. Runyon, Jr., on July 14th. Mr. and Mrs. Runyon formerly resided in Williams but now live in Tempe. Miss Margaret Griffith is vis iting relatives in San Bernar dino and Miss Elizabeth Grif fith is visiting relatives in Santa Monica. o o o Mr. P. R. Campbell will leave Monday on, No. 9 for Pasadena where he has accepted a po sition with the First Trust and Savings Bank. o o o Mrs. Jessie Sine, accompan-J ied by her little nephew, Char-i Ieyben Sweetwood, left Wed nesday for the coast where she will take passage for Alaska for several months of sightsee ing. Charleyben will meet his aunt, Mrs. Lefebre, at Santa Monica to spend the rest of the summer vacation. o o o The News is in receipt of a very interesting post card from Miss Evelyn Duncan. Miss Duncan is now touring the battle-fields of France. The card was sent from Verdun where she contributed to the Verdun Memorial and wrote Williar."..-. Arizona on the record. O O O Two teaspoonsfuls of Tanlac popular teacher in our school. She will be in Fresno this com ing year at-a $300 raise. She wishes to be remembered to her friends here. o o o Mrs. Geo. Leonard and daughter Mary and Miss Fern McCall all of Phoenix are stop ping at the Platten ranch home east of town. They are draw ing in great chestfuls of this cool mountain ozone after the welter of the south. o o o Miss Mary Matz came up from Phoenix last Saturday, o o o "Mrs. Emma Matz and daugh ter Mary and Miss Garnet Fields left for Mormon Lake Thursday to enjoy a camping trip. o o o Mr. J. V. Edwards and daughter, Miss Edna, returned this week from a short stay in Jrrescott. o o o One Pound Cans Padlock Baking Powders 15c. at KIRBY'S. Adv. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Phoenix, Arizona, July 8, 1922. NOTICE is hereby given that Albert S. Johnson, of Williams, Arizona, who, on September .16 1913, made Homestead Entry. No. 023269, for SiNW14, SY N12NW14, Section 29, Town ship 22-N., Range 3-E., G. & S. R. B. & Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make Five Year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, be fore Tom L. Rees, U. S. Com missioner, at Flagstaff, Ari zona, on the 15th day of Aug ust, 1922. Claimant names as witnesses r George Johnson, Al Hawkins, in a Jittle water, taken three times a day jus before meals, Fred Platten, Fred Holder, all' will make you eat better, feelmf Williams A better, sleep better and work better. Williams Drue Co. - Adv. of Williams, Arizona. John R. Towles, Register. Begin pub. 7-14-22. Kiriakou's for Groceries &Fresh Meats A complete line of High Grade Goods at Reason able Prices. COURTEOUS TREATMENT PROMPT SERVICE Service Station Phone 41. BASEBALL (contined from first page) hit, which should have been an easy double play. The side was afterwards retired without further scoring. Kingman got one more in the eighth, which also was of the fluke nature. Things happened in the fifth. To begin with, McMillan who had made a wonderful catch in the fourth, got the first hit for Kingman. It was a clean single, but in trying to stretch it, was caught at second and in sliding into the base turnedhi3 ankle and had to be assistedoff the field. Clark came to bat and sent a hard hit line fly to short right. No one thought Hood could possibly get to it. but he made a dive for the ball and came up with it on the run Then Shill furnished a sensation by doing something he had not done before this year he struck out. A funny thing happened in the seventh. Simp kins got caught off third by a quick throw from Abie Bale. Immediately the whole King man team with the exception of first baseman Smith and right fielder Clark were on the third base line. How anyone could ever escape being run down by that bunch was a mystery, but Simpkins dodged back and forth until he worked the foot ball formation near to third base, and, observing that Abie Bale was out of line ar.d home unprotected, he eluded Loyd, Reed and Lucero, and made a safe dash for the plate. The onesidedness of the score does not give an idea of the game itself. There were any number of really fine b?se ball stunts pulled off. For in stance it was worth the price of admission to hare seen Harry Selman nab a hard hit ground er with one hand almost over second base, turn and make a perfect throw to first almost in time to catch the runner. It was a close play, but the won der was that Selman ever got his hands on the ball at all. And speaking of Harry Sel man. It was his last game in a uniform of the home club, for he left last Monday for his new home in San Bernardino, Cal ifornia. It is safe to say that no player that ever wore a Wil liams uniform enjoyed more true friendship and genuine ad miration as a ball player with the rank and file of Williams fans that does this hardwork ing brilliant, conscientious play er. He long since gained an enviable place in the hearts of our baseball public by his more than average ability in any po sition he was called upon to fill. As a third baseman he has no superior in amateur ranks, and the great wonder to his friends has been that he has not. tried to enter the professional ranks. There is little, if any, question but that he could easily make good. He is more than an average pitcner, more tnan an average fielder more than an average batter, and more than an average ball player where ever he may be placed except at tnird base, where he is m a class by himself among ama teurs. His many friends One Week Only IT IL Of Summer Merchandise 22-29 SWEEP Men's & Boy's Shirts Collar Attached & Neckband Styles Earl & Wilson, Cluett-Peabody, and Cutter & Crossett Makes Former $6.00 Shirts $3.95 4.00 " 2.85 3.00 " 1.95 3.00 " 1.65 3.00 " 1.15 2.50 " 1.15 2.00 " 1.15 1.75 " .95 1.25 " .85 1.25 " .65 Middy Blouses & Children's Dresses Former $3.50 2.50 1.50 2.50 6.00 1.25 garments 1.65 1.65 .95 1.50 1.95 .85 Men's Shirts & Drawers Chalmers "Poros Knit", Crown Balbriggan, Middy Underwear & Newsilk makes are included Former $1.75 1.00 .75 garments .95 .65 .45 Night Shirts Former $2.00 garments 1.15 2.25 " .85 1.75 " 1.15 1.50 , .85 Men's Dress Pants Former $6.00 pants 3.95 9.25 " 5.95 6.50 " 4.15 5.00 " 3.15 10.00 " . 6.15 6.75 " 4.25 12.00 " 7.75 8.00 " 5.75 8.75 " 5.35 FINAL CLEAN SWEEP REDUCTIONS OF ALL REMAINING White Oxford Pumps and Straps Former $9.00 white footwear 6.35 Former $2.00 white footwear 1.35 5.75 " " 4.35 2.75 " " 1.85 6.00 " " 4.35 o 7,r iic 4.00 " " 2.35 " 500 " " 265 " -1-65 " " 1,25 4.00 " " 2.85 " 1-25 " " .95 3.00 " " 2.15 " 1.65 " " 1.25 2.50 " " 1.75 " 1.50 " " 1.15 CLEAN SWEEP SPECIALS Former 50c. Dy-an shine $ .39 " 25c. Shuwhite .17 " 25c. Neuway Dressing .16 " 10c. Shoe Laces .06 " 25c. Talcum .17 Babbitt Brothers Trading Company AT THE SULTANA. in Williams bid him farewell with regret, and wish him all the success imaginable in his new home. True the loss of Harry Sel man is a severe one, but did you observe who was on third last Sunday and how he handled the only chances that came his way a gentleman by the name of Dunn? Don't worry, fans, third is like Bre'r Rabbit who was thrown back in the briar patch he's where he was born, raised and started. With Proctor and Simpkins working behind the bat, Cooke back at short, and Hood over in right, what's to worry about? Next week Cooke will be without his limp. Did you see him run out that hit in the ninth? It's soon going .to again read "Cooke to Allen to Humphries". Sunday's umpiring was done by Pritchard and Poley of Ash Fork, and it was well done, too. How is it that town possesses so mucn talent in this important line? Doc Hainees was to have been behind the bat, but he did not arrive in time. Good White Borax Naptha Soap 5c. Bar at KIRBY'S Adv. How's This ? We offar $100.00 for any cut of catarrh that cannot ba curid by HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE Im tak en fntarnally and acta through tha Blood ob tha Mucoua Surfacaa of tha SjriUm. Sold ty drua-fflata tor evar forty years. Priot We. Testimonials frea. JT. J. Cnanar a Co.. Talade. Ohla SATURDAY, JULY 22ND. EUGENE O'BRIEN in "Prophet's Paradise" With the "Sweedish Mary Pick ford", Sigrid Holmquist. An adventure story of the Orient. A romance of Constantinople and Fifth Ave. Select. SUNDAY, JULY 23RD. ALL, STAR CAST in "The Wall Flower" Written and directed by Rupert Hughes, with Richard Dix and Colleen Moore. The ONE producer who always makes Knockouts ! Remember 'Scratch My Back' 'The Old Nest' 'Dang erous Curve Ahead'? The ugly duckling made into a beauty! Laughter ! Goldwyn. MONDAY, JULY 24TH. LIONEL B ARRYM ORE in "Boomerang Bill" The story of a life the world called bad. But when you've thrilled and laughed and cried through it all you'll see how little the world really knew. TUESDAY, JULY 2STH. ALL STAR CAST in "Paying The Piper" A gorgeous epic of Metropolit an Fashion, in villa, town house and cafe, " decked with merry j midnight parties, yet rising into a romance of wholesome hu man hearts! Paramount. WEDNESDAY, JULY 26TH. CHARLES RAY in "R. S. V. P." The story of a struggling young artist and his home town sweetheart. .1st. Nat'l. THURSDAY, JULY 27TH. URBAN'S SPECIAL "The Four Seasons" A drama of animal life and the big outdoors. Everything from deer and buffalo to squirrels, beaver and bears. The most intensely interesting and beau tiful picture ever made. FRIDAY. JULY 28TH. CONWAY TEARLE in "The Referee" SID SMITH in "The Dentist" From the famous story "John McArdle, Referee". A prize ring story. Clean, full of ac tion great! And a regular comedy. 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