Newspaper Page Text
T-RIDAY, SEPT. 8, 1922.
THE WILLIAMS NEWS. BUSINESS AND SOCIAL ASSET I STORE FUTURE FOOD SUPPLY POLITICAL fllOUHCEMTS For State Senator. I hereby announce that I am a candidate for the Democratic Nomination for State Senator, subject to the will of my party at the primaries September 12. HUGH E. CAMPBELL For Constable. I hereby announce that I am a candidate for the republican nomination for Constable, Wil liams Precinct, subject to the will of the voters at the Pri mary September 12. J. A. McDANIEL. For State Senator I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the Republican nomination for state Benator from Coconino County Ariz.. Subject to the decision of the primaries to be he'd Sept. 12th 1922. S. B. GILLIL AND . 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. REE3 For County Assessor. I hereby announce that I am a candidate) on the Republican Ticket for the nomination for, County Assessor subject to the mary Election in September, 1922. WILLIAM BEESON ' 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 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 School Superintendent. c I hereby 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. H. MERRITT ;For Sheriff. I hereby announce that I am , a candidate on the democratic Ticket for the nomination for ujcti uu me will oi tne me jt i unary oeptem- Der J.Z. J UHJN VV. FRANCIS For Judff Ctf Siinoi-inv f ...v. c 1" " " -wwua c I hereby announce my candi dacy on the republican ticket for the office of JUDGE SUPERIOR COURT subject to the will of the vnfpra -ax tne primary election, Tues day, September 12, 1922. F. W. PERKINS For Sheriff. I hereby announce myself as a candidate on the democratic ticket for the office of Sheriff, subject to the will of the voters at the primary election on Sep tember 12, 1922. WM. J. (BILLY) MULLEN. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at -Phoenix, Arizona, July 28,1922. NOTICE is hereby given that Robert R. Fram, of Tolleson, Arizona, who, on March 15, 1920, made Homestead Entry No. 045772, for Wy2 WVNEiA For Sheriff. I hereby announce that I am a candidate on the republican ! ticket for the nomination for ; Sheriff, subject to the will of ; the voters at he Primary Sep i tember 12. FRANK H. PATTON VOTE FGR GEORGE S. PAT TEN for constable. lie will devote his entire time to the duties of the office.' For Sheriff. I hereby announce that I am a candidate on the Republican Ticket fcr the nomination for , Sheriff subject to the will of the i voters at the Primary Election, i September 12, 1922. W. A. CAMPBELL For County Treasurer I hereby announce that I am a candidate for the democratic nomination for County Treasui' er, subject to the will. of the voters at the Primary election September 12, 1922. ANA FROHMILLER 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, ly22. FRANK HARRISON 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. For Judge of Superior Court. I hereby announce my candi dacy on the Democratic ticket for the office of Judge of the Superior Court subect to the will of the voters at the pri mary election, Tuesday, Sep tember 12, 1922. J. E. JONES For Justice of the Peace Williams Precinct. I hereby announce that I am a candidate for the nomination for Justice of the Peace, Wil liams Precinct, subject to the will of the Republican voters at the primaries, September 12. J. S. BUTTON. For Justice of the Peace, Williams Precinct. I hereby announce myself as a candidate on the Republican ticket for Justice of the Peace, Williams Precinct, subject to the will of the voters at the pri mary election on September 12, 1922. S. O. MILLER 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 I hereby announce my candi dacy on the republican ticket for the office of COUNTY RECORDER subject to the will of the voters at the primary election Septem ber 12, 1922. HOWARD MARINE 22-N., Range 5-E., G. & S. R. B. & Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make Three Year Proof, to establish claim o the land above described, before the Register and Re ceiver, U. S. Land Office, at Phoenix, Arizona, on the 11th day of September, 1922. Claimant names as witnesses : Houston Hood and Alfred Fram of Tolleson, Arizona; Clyde Fram and Frank Howard, of Glendale, Arizona. John R. Towles, Register. Begin pub. 8-4-22. CLOSING OUT SALE Gossard Corsets, $2, $4 and $6. W. H. ALLISON Mr. Harr of Washington, D. t ;,1S visiting his daughter, Mrs. iill.Serrin andjamily,, Pleasant Laugh, Which Can Usually Be Cultivated, Well Worth Trouble of Acquiring It. You can cultivate a pleasant, con tagious and spontaneous lauh just as well as you fan cultivate a good speak ing voice. But you must work for it. No doubt you liold an opinion of every one else's lavish I'ut your own ; and unless you have a frank and an alytical friend or famously pleasant lau.h, you may never have stopped to consider how your voice sounds in laughter. Anil yet it's part of your per sonality and you ought to know and ca re. A yonng business man who laughed spontaneously and heartily and con tagiously confessed that he had culti vated it. "I've learned to laugh." he declared: "Once upon a time I didn't laugh easily hut I found many situations re lieved by a good laugh at the right moment. I lind it a mighty helpful business and social asset. And at the same time the mere act cf laughing has made me more optimistic. So it works well all around." "Give a grin at yourself in the mir ror and see what other folks see when you smile or laugh. If it isn't an ideal picture, consider what you can do to improve it. "First of all, you can of course, keep the teeth absolutely clean. They ought to be brushed night and morn inj. Then tley can he straightened and filled and generally fixed up by the dentist. Yes, there will he dentist's bills, but you will be investing in a good-looking smile. You buy hats and veils and face powder to improve your appearance, so why not buy a good looking smile." Iihoda Vale, iti De signer. GOT IDEA FOR CASH REGISTER Original Maker of Machines Copied Device From Automatic Indicator Used on Ocean Vessels. The invention of the cash register was due to one of those happy ac cidents of which only the alert mind takes advantage. A business man of Dayton, Ohio, named Jacob Ititty, had a store in a good location in that city, and it attracted many custom ers, yet somehow it was' not profit able. He worried so mu'ch about his lack of success that a vacation became necessary, and he decided to take a trip to Europe. While on the voyage, Mr. Ititty one day visited the ship's engine room. His attention was caught by the automatic indicator which recorded the revolutions of the propeller shaft. The idea occurred to him : Why not devise a machine to record the sales in a store? Hence the cash register. At the time of this Invention John H. Patterson owned a retail shop in a small mining- town near Dayton. He tried two of the machines then of a rather crude type and was so pleased with the results that he realized the opportunities they offered. He bought out the company that was making them, and became its president. Lopez Real Discoverer. Francisco Lopez, the discoverer of gold in California, died In poverty, and the place of his burial is un known. Marshall 'who accidentally discovered gold In the mill race at Sutter's Ford six years afterward, was given $3,000 a year by the state and a monument of brass was erected to his memory. Sutter, who had nothing to do with the discovery, and did not own the land upon which his mill stood, also was given a pension. Lopez immediately reported his discovery to his employers. Sutter and Marshall kept the discovery a secret until they had taken possession of large tracts of land, for which they gave the In dians almost nothing. Both Sutter and Marshall knew that their claims as first discoverers of gold were false. They were adventurers, and were at San Fernando in 3S46 during one of the Mexican revolutions, and had heard of the gold fields in the San Fernando district. To Secure Clouds on Negative. : 'Amateur photographers are delight ed to find, sometimes, that they have natural clouds upon their negatives, and they Imagine that these have oc curred by a lucky chance. Really the result Is a proof that they have made a correct exposure. In order to . secure clouds ( on the negative. It is necessary to remember en old rule "Expose for the shadows, and the high-lights will take care of themselves." In other words, one must look for the darkest part of the pic ture, and give that part sufficient ex posure. Usually, clouds are lost be cause the sky, being bright, is much more exposed than other parts of the picture. On development the image becomes dense there before the dark er parts are strong enough. Hence the sky will not print. Explanation of Dreams. Numerous forms of fever are an nounced by dreams of an uncommonly terrifying character ; while in cases of severe neuralgia and rheumatic affec tions, disturbed dreams are occasional ly found to be forerunners of an at tack. Indigestion gives rise to very morbid dreams," into which weeping, sorrow, deaths, funerals, suffocation, and strange animals enter. All these . things are due to the curious effect which the mind has o.ver the body during periods of sleep, for dreaming is a very natural 'thing, and those who never dream at all are said to be mentally afflicted. Woodpeckers Are Wise Birds and Never Take the Chance of Finding Larder Bare. California woodpeckers often pass much of their idle time in the light occupation of filling holes in tree trunks with pebbles. When they are really industrious, however, tViey man ufacture these symmetrical holes and fill them snugly with acorns. Often they allow these acorns to remain in cold storage for several months, and then, when they need extra rations, they know where a supply can readily be found. When oaks and pines grow side by side, the birds usually favor the pines as storage trees. This is probably because it is only on such trees t hat the outer be.r'.c v resents a suitable surface for drilling the holes. Xo living oak trees are u.-;ed, but dead oaks, from which the bark has fallen, are chosen. The vast number of such holes that a single tree trunk can contain may be Inferred from the fact that in 50 feet of a fallen pine tree in the San Jacin to mountains of California it was, esti mated that there were 31,800 holes. Almost without exception, the acorns are inserted into the holes. The birds take great pains to hammer them in securely. They like not only the acorns, but the grubs that are often contained in them. As for the peb bles, they must make a specialty of them when acorns are not in the mar ket just to keep themselves in train ing for handling (or should one say "billing") the .new crop. St. Nicholas. BOCKS READ BY TRAVELERS Much Difference in Choice Displayed by First and Second-Class Ocean Voyagers. The writer of the daily literary causerie in the New York Evening Post has had the curiosity to explore the collections of books provided by a steamship for the use of her passen gers. He has always had the theory, he says, that in these large and lux urious vessels the second-class library would he likely to be more in line with his own tastes than the first-class library, and his visit to the boat has confirmed- this supposition. In the second class, for instance, there were more Stevensons including "Treasure r Island," which was not in the first- class collection. He ' noticed also in the second-class, but not in the first, some Charlotte Bronte, AVordsworth, Tennyson and Oliver Wendell Holmes. In reply to the question what kind of books the readers asked for most, the library steward In the first class an swered without hesitation: "Ninety per cent want detective stories." The library steward in the second class, on the other hand, said that, among the passengers he had to do with, love stories were most In demand. The Wicked Judas. I Durlns a visit he taid to Oberam- mergau several years ago the late Mr. Andrew D. White, the American dip lomat, made the acquaintance of the Judas, whom he described as by far the best actor in the whole perform ance. Mr. White remarked to him that he ought to have a double salary, j as the Judas had In the miracle plays of the Middle Ages, when this was thought due to him as compensation for the Injury done to his character by his taking that part. At this the Oberammergau Judas smiled pleasant ly, and replied: "No; I am content to share equally with the others. But the same feeling toward the Judas still exists." He then told Mr. .White the following story. A few weeks be fore, while he was working at his ccrving benck, the door of his work shop opened and a peasant woman from the mountains came in, stood still, and gazed at him intently. On his asking her what she wanted she said : "I saw you in the fclay yester day. I wished to look at you again. You look so like my husband He is dead. He, too, wat a very bad man !" Manchester Guardian. One Better. The South Side Political, Social and Athletic club had split into two fac tions regarding Its choice for Its next president and the meeting hall was jammed when election night came round. As the chairman started to call the gathering to order, the door keeper stopped a member who was entering, perspiring under the weight of a canvas sack slung over his shoulder. . "Cassidy," he demanded, "what have ye there?" "Bricks," replied Cassidy with some belligerence. "Cassidy, there'll be no brick throw in the night. Words and ballots will be all." "D'ye think so?" said Cassidy with skepticism. "Annyways, the bricks come in, so if they start anythin we can go them wan better. 'TIs me own ears that heard a guy say, There'll be a lot of mud slingin the night.' " The American Legion Weekly. "Little Corporal." " "Little Corporal" was the title fa miliarly bestowed upon Napoleon Bo naparte by his admiring soldiers after the Battle of Lodi (1798), in allusion to his small stature, youthful appear ance and surpassing bravery. Islands of the Madeira. There are fifty-two Islands in the Madeira river between the falls of Santo Antonio and Its junction with the Amazon. Many . of them are nine or ten miles la length. The mostv. Im portant one Is Araras, which is popur lated and covered with rubber traSe-" Give Us the High School Building and e will Give You a W inning tivery Athletic Game High School Boys The Supreme Court Without a Lawyer Would be no more helpless than the CORPORATION COMMISSION would be- without A PRACTICAL RAILROAD MAN to handle the, complex railroad rate problems which are always before it.. The Three Cent Fare Case and the Express Investiga-t tion are now pending1 before the Federal Commission.' It will require a traffic expert to carry them to a success ful conclusion. . I have had 25 years traffic experience. $2,884,558.78 saved to the people in the last three years. An annual saving of $600,250.00 to the farmers of thet State on hay and grain rates alone. It is on this record that I respectfully solicit your sup port and influence for re-election as Corporation Com missioner. AMOS A. BETTS J """""""" " xv'mm fyWipliL "tjj Time to Re-tire? v MLjJ f kL 3X (Buy Flak) RED-TOP 30 x 3 Extra Ply of Fabric. Heavy Tread Price $17.85 FOR poor roads, for heavy loads, for hard use anywhere the Fisk Red-Top cannot be equaled for small cars. An extra ply of fabric and a heavy tread of extra tough red rubber make a strong tire built to meet exacting conditions. Time after time one Red-Top has outworn three ordinary tires. Its distinctive looks indicate your selection of a high-grade tire while its extra mileage more than justifies your choice. There's a Fisk Tire of extra, value in every sixe, fisr car, truck or spared wagon 1 earn in