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Williams news. [microfilm reel] (Williams, Ariz.) 1891-19??, March 18, 1921, Image 4

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THE WILLIAMS NEWS
DIRECT FROM
THE RESERVATION
MA
RUGS
At The NEW Prices
Which Are RIGHT
See Display in The Hardware Dept.
Headquarters For
KLIM
That Good Wholesome
JEVNES BREAD
Fresh Every Day From the Largest
Bread Producers on the Coast
Johnson & Monkey
ffSood VAi'ns to Gat"
Parlor Barber Shop
-AND-
Pocket Billiard Room
THREE BARBERS HOT BATH
Cigars and Tobaccos
Pipes, Cigarette Holders f.
Knives, Daylo Flashlights
E vers harp Pencils
Fountain Pens
Razors, Strops and Supplies
Kodak Films .
Post Cards
Spaul dings Goods
Navajo Rugs
ocket Books and Purses
Butterkist Pop Com
Soda Fountain
Fresh Candies
WILLIAMS & FOUSHA
C. P. SILVERN AIL
A ttorney and Counselor at Law
WILLIAMS, ARIZONA
Second building east of the Citizens Bank
ohn
General Contractor and Builder
AH Kinds of Repair Work At
tended to.
Also Cement Sidewalks, Foundations
Floors, Septic Tanks, Etc.
Let Us Figure on Your Job
DANGERS OF T.B. DEM-
STRATED IN PICTURE
The danger to farm animals
and to human beings from the
neglect of animal tuberculosis
is graphically illustrated in a
new motion-picture film pre
pared and issued by the United
States Department of Agricul
ture under the title, "Out of the
Shadows." The story has to
do with the happy family of
Henry Benton, a wholesome
farmer, with a large and hand
some herd of dairy cattle.
A Government inspector
tracing an epidemic, suggests
a test of the BenLon herd, and
gives arguments that induce
Benton to consent to a tuber
culin test. The result of the
test shows an appalling condit
ion, and explains the declining
health of Benton's beautiful
young daughter, who has drunk
the milk of a favorite heifer.
The clean-up of the farm and
Benton's acquirement of a herd
of cattle not affected with tu
berculosis are results of the in
spector's visit. The daughter,
however, is not restored to
health until after three years
in a sanitarium.
The picture is in two reels
and carries so strong a human
interest story together with its
lessoji that it is being widely
sought through the loan system
of the department, and through
purchase by State and local or
ganizations. SILAGE APPETITES OF
COWS SHOWN IN TEST.
A series of experimental feed
ing tests conauctea Dy tne
United States Department of
Agriculture at its Beltsville,
Md., live-stock farm, revealed
some interesting information as
to the effect of siloing upon the
palatability of various plant3
found on a farm range.
During the last summer and
fall about 150 different plants
and combinations of plants
were packed in barrels in the
same manner tnat ensilage is
placed in a silo. The purpose
was to study the effect of the
silo fermentation upon the fiber
and other features of the plants
It was thought possible that
silage would overcome some ob
jectionable qualities of certain
plants, in addition to breaking
down the fiber of some which
were too woody for stock feed.
The various lots of silage
were taken to Beltsville to test
their palatabilty as cattle feed.
the tests were not protracted
enough to give final conclus
ions, but interesting results
were obtained. Both wild and
tame sunflowers were eaten
readily when they came out of
the silo, although the peculiar
flavor and woody stalk of the
former make it distasteful in its
natural state. Russian thistle
was eaten in the course of about
12 hours, and the same,was true
of ragweed, which cattle sel
dom touch in the field. Canada
thistles, and castor bean plants
without seed were eaten quite
readily. Jack bean vines and
pods were eaten rather reluct
antly. The cows ate siloed
Australian salt bush, but not
the native plant. Siloed onion
tops were fed to four cows ; two
ate them and two refused them.
Buckwheat also provided a
choice morsel. Cabbages,
which in their natural state are
eaten avidly by cattle, were
absolutely untouched when sil
oed, the product being in many
respects similar to saur kraut
but without salt, t Giant rye
grass went untouched. The
cattle were not compelled to eat
any of the siloed products to
satisfy hunger, as hay was fed
them between siloed rations
and they had regular portions
of grain. The tests were not
entirely conclusive, especially
as the quantities were so small
that the animals did not have
an opportunity to get accus
tomed to unfamilar flavors.
The departmen may make
some extensive tests another
season on some of the materials,
as mere was no opportunity
with barrel lots to gain any
knowledge as to the beef and
milk producing value of the
feeds.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of B. F. Levis, deceas-
Mew Low Prices
The Following List Is Based on Today's
Market Prices
Ladies', Men's, Children's and Boy's Shoes
Children's Shoes, "Rose- Bud"
$3.85 reduced to $2.90
4.25 reduced to 3.25
4.90 reduced to 3.75
Martha Washington
$8.00 reduced to $6.00
9.50 reduced to 7.00
8.50 reduced to COO
Red Goose Shoes
$8.50 reduced to $6.50
6.75 reduced to 5.75
3.25 reduced to 2.65
3.75 reduced to 3.00
4.50 reduced to 3.50
3.50 reduced to 2.35
3.00 reduced to 2.55
4.00 reduced to 3.35
Men's Hats, Shirts, Overalls, Khaki Pants
All Men's Hats Reduced 25 per
cent
Men's Shirts,
Ginghams, Flannel, Sheets, Thread and Other Articles
Gray Flannel, 30c. a yd.
Ginghams, 15c. 22V&C, 30c. 35c
Thread, . 8c, 7XZc.
Sheets, 72 x 90, . $1.50
Ladies' Hose:
$1.25 reduced to $ .90
2.25 reduced to 1.85
3.85 reduced to 3.00
Men's Canvass Gloves leather
palm, 25c 3 for a dollar
it
BIT
THE STORE WITH A CONSCIENCE
ed. Notice is hereby given by
the undersigned Administrator
of the Estate of B. F. Lewis, de
ceased, to the creditors of and
all persons having claims
against the said deceased, to
exhibit them, with the neces
sary vouchers, within Four
months after the first publica
tion of this notice to the said
Administrator at the office of
X. N. Steeves, in Williams. Ar
izona, the same being the place
for the transaction of the busi
ness of said estate, in said
County of Coconino.
LILO M. PERRIN, Jr.
Administrator of the estate
of B. F. Lewis, deceased.
Dated Williams, this 28th day
of February, 1921, A. D.
March 4 to April 1, 1921.
Indigestion jj
1 Many persons, otherwise D
I rigorous and healthy, are Q
bothered occasionally with Q
Indigestion. The effects of a mm
disordered stomach on the mm
system are dangerous, and ' j
I . prompt treatment of lndlges- D
I tlon is Important. "The only Q
medicine I have needed has mm
been something to aid diges-
I tlon and clean the liver," Q
writes Mr. Fred Ashby, a mm
McKlnney, Texas, farmer.
U "My medicine is D
5 Thedford's n
BLACK-DRAUGHT
for indigestion and stomach
trouble of any kind. I have
never found anything that
touches the spot, like Black
Draught. I take It in broken
doaes after meals. For a long
time I tried pills, which grip
ed and didn't give the good
results. Black-Draught liver
medicine is easy to take, easy
to keep, inexpensive."
Gat a package from your
druggist today Ask for and
Insist upon Thedford's the
only genuine.
Get It today.
EM
Boys' Shoes
$5.00 reduced to $4.00
4.25 reduced to 3.40
5.25 reduced to 4.20
4.55 reduced to 3.65
Men's Shoes
$12.00 reduced to $ 9.50
12.50 reduced to 11.00
8.00 reduced to 6.00
7.50 reduced to 5.75
Ladies' Pontiac Shoes
$14.00 reduced to
15.00 reduced to
18.00 reduced to
12.00 reduced to
8.50 reduced to
$ 9.75
10.25
12.75
9.00
6.75
Men's Khaki Pants $3.50
Men's Overalls, Bib $2.00
Blue, . $1.35
25 per cent reduction on Trav
elling Bags
33 per cent reduction on pock-
et Books
Quilts
$6.75 reduced to $5.75
.6.50 reduced to 5.50
Ribbons, 20 per cent reduction
Oilcloth all colors, 50 c. per yd.
BEOS.
If you want eggs which you KNOW are
FRESH EGGS
Ask Johnson & McConkey for
"TUSAYAN FRESH EGGS"
Laid one day on your table the next
FECIAL 2
For One Week Only
13 Bars Crystal White
Laundry Soap
3 Bars Creme Oil
Toilet Soap
All W'f
For JJiL
TPHIS special offer is good for hut one
week, beginning Monday, March
21. The Crystal White Laundry Soap
is a large 9 oz. bar of high quality.
The Creme Oil Toilet Soap is among
the best and sells regularly at 2 bars
for 25c.
JAMES KENNEDY
The Quality Grocer.

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