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Williams news. [microfilm reel] (Williams, Ariz.) 1891-19??, May 13, 1921, Image 4

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Freshes . 33cdo2. BLANKETS
20 Per Cent off
Nucoa . . 32c lb.
STOVES ALL KINDS
, . - 1u 20 Per Cent off
Folgers Coffee, . 41c lb.
DISHES ALL KINDS
Big Roll Toilet Paper 07c 20 Per cent off
ALUMINUM WARE'
Red Salmon . 24c 20 Per Cent off
SEE 0UR-
HARDWARE DEPARTMENT
All Prices Cut 10 to 20 Per Cent.
JoEinsoo and NIcConkey
We deliver all orders $5.00 or over free
C P. SILVERNAIL
Attorney and Counselor at Law
WILLIAMS, ARIZONA
Second building east of the Citizens Bank
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t.-ijooa was just over, and I tiuy toddlers there is a varied
iiijssr to a little knot of jnienn, sometimes ITneeda Biscuit
i tin words I heard, asjnd milk, sometimes Graham Crack
? . !: "eurby seat, werfljers. Oatmeal Crackers or Lunch Bis
reealliur pleosjhiit. This Is changed on special
; :-rv Lnceda LuncTioccasions to Old Time Sngar Cook.
' SgVA',:V:1SiNewtons and, rarest of
-, iKe a&&&-T$:zmm&kre days when we had
cream and Nabisco, and those
.. :-:c and day:;;ht..'? e our party days. v
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'" '''f'-Z&-ii us happily
U ld nsteniiiff for th,jthat is all, and made us sure they
i;H'5 th?y wwe t::j;..vould keep coming every day for
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?i-y cre most lovable aua j jjtscuit Products can be. During the
ractable after they've had i years when my babies were growing
--S iO eat. Natidnal Bisc:it vtp we never missed the Chil
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SAGINAW & iAMISTEE
LUMBER GOiPAlY
i Williams, Arizona
MANUFACTURERS OF-ARIZONA
SOFT PINE
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THE WILLIAMS NEWS
F. E. Wells, Editor and Owner
Subscription rate
Per year $2.50
Published every Friday in the
year at Williams, Coconino
County, Arizona.
Entered at the Post Office at
Williams, Arizona, as second
class mail matter.
DO YOU WANT THE
8 PACE NEWS?
The publisher of the News
is now trying out an eight page
paper. Do the readers of the
News want the eight page pa
per to continue? Naturaily
eight; pages cost more in both
time and money than four. If
the larger News is to be con
tinued the readers of the News
must show that the larger pa
per is appreciated . If, it is
not appreciated we will go
back to four pages. '1'heie
are two ways in which readers
may show their appreciation
or lack of it and upon the re
sults received in these two ways
rests the decision as to whether
the eight page paper shall be
continued. The first way is by
directly corresponding with or
talking with the editor and giv
ing your opinion. The second
and yet more effective way is
by renewing your subscription
and paying it up in advance.
At present there are over 100
subscriptions to the News
which are now expired or ex
piring. If fifty of these re
new by the end of the month,
the eight page paper will con
tinue. Failing to receive that
number of renewals we shall
decide that the eight page pa
per is not desired, and return to
our former four pages. You
News readers, are the judges.
What do you say? We will
take pleasure in continuing the
eight pages if you so direct.
The old price of $2.50 holds to
the end of the month.
SEED LOANS MADE TO
10,000 FARMERS.
Before the work of making
seed grain loans will be com
pleted! approximately 10,000
farmers in the drought-stricken
areasOof the Northwest will
have borrowed sufficient money
from the Government to pur
chase seed for this year's crop,
according to officials of the
United States Department of
Agriculture who re charged
with making the loans. With
out these loans it is said that
these farmers would be unable
to buy seed. It is apparent
that more than three-fourths of
the $2,000,000 appropriation
made by Congress . to assist
farmers in the drought-stricken
areas to purchase seed will be
disbursed not later than the
middle of May, when it is ex
pected the work will be com
pleted. There was such a demand
for loans, the maximum of
which was $200, that it was
necessary to limit them to farm--ers
who harvested a yield of
less than 5 bushels per acre last
year. It was necessary also to
refuse a large number of ap
plications from farmers who
harvested more than this yield
but who were in financial dis
tress because their entire pro
ceeds from crops grown last
year were used in paying off
debts.
THE FARM HOME AN
IMPORTANT FEATURE
That the Farm Heme is the
definite goal of the farmer has
been demonstrated by the unit
ed interests of all who attend
the meetings of the Farm Bu
reau. While men are interested in
production and distribution of
j their farm products, the' women
are equally interested in the
selection of food and clothing
for their families. They study
this business of home making
along lines of economy, health,
comfort, and happiness.
An important feature of this
home partnership is to study
some of the problems of the con
sumer. A survey of Arizona
products will be made. The
buyers of these same products
aim to be loyal to home produc
tions. A demand for vegetables
honey, olives, vegetable oils,
canned fruit and vegetables,
nuts, peanut butter, can syrup,
and brooms with an Arizona
label would surely enlist the
support of the women when
Home Demonstrator Leader,
University of Arizona, who has
been assisting groups or rural
women in Maricopa, Cohise
and Yuma counties, is enthus
iastic about the possibilities of
this united effort.
Reports show that the rain
and snowfall have been heavy
in north central portions of the
state, eight inches of snow and
a half inch of rain falling at
Flagstaff. This puts the
ground in excellent condition
for farming and relieved the
water shortages on the ranges
in that section. Elsewhere
light showers have been of no
material benefit i.nd no rain
has fallen in the south-western
counties. Water continues
very scarce and cattle are suf
fering for water r.nd feed in the
eastern and south-eastern parts
of the state, some GAvners feed
ing in Cohise county. Cattle
are reported dyinr m Graham
county.
Cotton growth has been
i steady but somewhat slower be
cause of cold weather. The sec
ond cutting of alfalfa is pro
gressing in the southwest, some
being pastured due to the low
price of hay; the first cutting
has been finished in the central
valleys. Grain is doing very
well. Oranges hve set bet
ter than normal in Yuma coun
ty, the grape fruit hardly so
wen, wnile citrus fruit are nor
mally good and olives better in
Maricopa county. Fruits-have
been damaged somewhat bv
irost in parts ot Yayapai and
ijccunino counties.
CAR LOAD OF WHEAT TO
PLANT IN RED LAKE.
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
by LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they
cannot reach the seat of the disease.
Catarrh is a local disease, greatly influ
enced oy constitutional conditions. HALL S
uatakkh jh;ijij ' Ntj will cure catarrh.
It is taken internally and acts through
the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the
System. HALL S CATARRH MEDICINE!
is composed of some of the best tonics
known, combined with some of the best
Diooa puriners. Tno perfect combination
of the ingredients in HALL'S CATARRH
MEDICINE is what produces such won
derful results In catarrhal conditions.
Drueeists 75c Testimonis'j free.
I". J. Cheney & Co., jprcps., Toledo, O.
Red Lake farmers are going
in for wheat this year on alarg
er scale than heretofore. Over
six hundred acres will be plant
ed in this one valley and nearly
a car-load of good seed wheat
has been shinned from the Flag
staff mill to supply the planters.
The varieties grown are New
Marquis, Defiance and Red
Russian, much the largest acre
age being put to New Marquis.
The Red Russian is a new vari
ety in this section but promises
to make a popuiar milling
wheat in the future. Below
appears' a list of the farmers
who will plant wheat in the
valley this season with the ap
proximate acrearre of each.
C. B. Hume. 135 arrps
C. H. Hinds, 130 acre
W.-F. Thomasson, 125
McLean. 50 acres
F. Boulin, 50 acres
Elton Hardv ptnr? ir,i,;
1 Strange, acreage not learned.
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acres
A One-Button Double-Breasted
sack coat is suitable for
all occasions
A. E. ANDERSON & CO.
Ta itor Ch icago
L. J. OLSON
Local Representative
HERE FOR FEW DAYS ONLY
Come at once and be convinced. - If you have a
trouble I tell you what they are ; I tell your name
and age, and all about you.
Are you in doubt in business or
love? Are your ' loved one
turning from you? Are there
conditions which cause you to
iive wrong? Would you like
to know what you are best fit
ted for? " ,cv
The Scientific Medium
ASK PROF. AVDALAS,
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iffiSr1 So&s oxtck Water is Ail 17 y-
si Nceas inis Year
"The other Jav Mrs. Smith called me in
j to talk about having the walls done over in
the children s playroom. 1 he walls looked
pretty bad all covered with finger prints,
pencil marks and smudges of varior.s 1-inds.
I put FLA.TCQTE on the room a couple or.
years ago.
"I asked Mrs. Smith for a little soap,
water and a rag and in two minutes showed
her how her maid could make that room look
as slick and clean as the day I painted it. I
talked myself out of a job, but won another
friend for FLATCOTE." v
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