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THE WILLIAMS NEWS
FACILITIES FOR EVERY NEED The Arizona Central Bank has an equipment comprising every facility for banking needs, and offers you a service which we believe will be found eminently satisfactory. ZTAo trjsrona Centra SSanc CAPITAL $675,000 We SPaj S SPer Cent interest on Savings Accounts V PERSONAL AND LOCAL Shoe Repair Shop First Class Work Promptly Done The Price Is Right MART McGONAGILL DialBldg., 1st door west old Irwin Shop H. A. SELLMAN Transfer Baggage and Storage Williams, Arizona y Jtm at 2our Service Phone 32 or 70 THE VARIETY STORE FOR LOW PRICES NOTIONS: Threads, Pins, Hair Ornaments, Cro chet Threads', Beads, Tape, Children's Toys, Etc., Etc., Etc. " LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S Hats, Dresses, Un derwear, Shoes, Hose. DRYGOODS: including Ginghams, Flannels' Sat teens, and a large variety of other dress goods, Sweaters, Childrens Overalls, Flay Suits, and the BIGCGEST LINE OF INFANTS' GOODS in town. H. DIAL Prop. FIRE INSURANCE FOR THIS WORLD ONLY - IF YOUR House Burns, who stands the loss? YOU had better see JERRIE LEE and get INSURED 10 BIG COMPANIES PHONE 96 THE VILLAGE BLACKSMITH All work in my line will receive careful attention and all work guaranteed THE POWER SHOP W. H. HI&WLTON, Prop. . Williams, Arizona EPISCOPAL CHURCH Communion services will be held at 5 o'clock at the Episco pal Church. Rev. Gray, of Winslow, will conduct the services. Mr. Fram came in from his Garland Prairie ranch on Wednesday. Senator and Mrs. Charles Larson have returned to Wil liams for the summer after win tering in Phoenix. o o o Mr. and Mrs. Obie Crockett have come back to their ranch on Government Prairie with a new little son, born while they were in California. o o o Pure milk chocolate bars, as well as 101 other varieties bar candy. All as pure as the best high grade chocolates. 5 cts. per bar at the Sultana. Adv. : JgS A. C. Neff, piano tuner, will De in Williams in a lew days. Orders left at Cherokee Hotel will receive prompt attention. o o o For Sale Chippendale fumed oak model Edison like new, 38 records and Victor at tachment. Price $250. Call afternoons Arizona Rooming House. IT. o o o If you are looking for a vac ant lot, a cottage, a bungalow, a residence with all modern im- paying a high rate of interest on the investment, call for par ticulars, on SILVERN AIL. O O Of CLUB LUNCHEON The Womans' Club luncheon held last Saturday at on&s o' clock atthe"home of Mrs. Fletch er Bly, was one of the most en joyable events of the club year. The six tables were lovely with their crystal sticks, yellow can dles, quaint Japanese place cards and dainty flower bon .bon baskets. As a prelude to7 the four course luncheon, the guests all joined m singing "America". Mrs. K. W. Williams presided as toastmictroc. Tiie follow ing toasts were given : Miss Ritzenthaler. "Arizona", Mrs. Stuckey "The fClub Woman", Mrs. Sine "Thi Old Fashioned Girlj the Modem Girl, Mrs. Cureton "Drama". Owing to the illness of the Flagstsli leader's little child,' tne .blagstait delegation was unable to come down. The af ternoon was spent in naming Celebrities from their pictures and m identifying familiar A 1 t ' tunes oy listening to one -strain from each. o ' o o Birthday Party. Little Miss Barbara Greene entertained eleven of her young friends Thursday afternoon in honor of her sixth birthday. The afternoon was spent merrily with the teetertotter and folk games. The gayly decorated table with the lighted cake and beautiful child faces about it was a picture not soon forgot ten. Those enjoying Miss Barbar a's hospitality were : Jean and Phyllis Elliot, John Douglas and Tom Rittenhouse, Edwina and Martin Johnson, Cora Rice. Evarts and Frances Wells, and Charlotte and Goeffry Greene. o o b FOR LOW PRICES on grocer ies, Tinware, Hardware. Gran ite ware, Tableware, Fruit. Can dy, Nuts, Stationary, Post Cards Dry goods, Hosiery, Bedding, Ladies', Misses' and Children's Gingham Dresses, Men's Gloves Infants' Clothes, Notions of all kinds, Complete line of Ladies' .Misses' and Children's Milli nery and Baby Caps Remember Lowest Prices, Racket Store. Geo. Mathews, Prop $2.75 75c. to $2.0O $6.00 and 6.50 1.25 to 2.25 SOMETHING NEW IN OUR DRYGOODS DEPARTMENT It is said "there is nothing new under the Sun" but there is something new in our drygoods department every week. Here are some of this week's arrivals: MEN'S SPIRAL PUTTEES All Wool with bound edges, per pair - - - BOYS' AND MEN'S HATS-JUST IN New Wash Hats aud Felt Hats for Boys Rothschilds Star Hats for Men Rothschilds Caps for Men - - LATEST IN WOMEN'S VEILS Women's Veils, latest in styles and colors, -at 95c. and up HARDWARE DEPARTMENT Revonoc Roofing, 1 ply . . $4.25 Now $3.50 Revonoc Roofing, 2 ply . 5,00 Now 4.00 Revonoc Roofing, 3 ply . 6.00 Now 5.00 Revonoc is the roofing that lasts, strictly GUARANTEED. You Will make no mistake in purchasing as the quality - is the best and the quality cannot be beat. A NEW LINE Of Express and Coaster Wagons Just Arrived Iron Clad Express . . . . $3.75 Cruso Express . ,. . . . 4.25 OVB Spring and Roller Bearing . . 11.00 OVB Spring and .Roller, Bearing . . 12.75 DON'T OVERLOOK THE LITTLE ONES . Kiddie Kars . . . $2.60 Now $2.25 Kiddie Kars . . 3.25 Now 2.75 I "THE STORE WITH A CONSCIENCE" SHEPHERD AND F FIST TREE MOUNTAIN LION Day Old Chicks That Live. White Leghorns 12c. R. I. Reds and Barred Rocks 15c. Less than 100 add lc, less than 50 add 2c. I guarantee delivery of live healthy chicks. I J- ALBERT LIGGETT,R. 6 ! Phoenix, Arizona. 5-27 Mr. F. S. Herr was in town Monday and called in at the News office. He says the soil is in the finest shape for crops that he has known it to be at rnis time oi tne year during all A waek ago last Saturday, V.. S. Strange saw four moun tain lions in one group, out nar Red Lake. He did not gel a shot at the animals that day, but he was filled with a desire to get on their trail with a dog to follow the scent. Last Saturday, E. S. Strange and E. U. Patten caught the trail of a lion at about seven o'clock in the morning. Mr Patten noted the direction the lion had taken and took a short cut to where he thought he had gone. JVlr. btrange, led by a shepherd and an insignificent little feist, followed the trail. The trail soon turned and this left Mr. Patten out of the hunt. After following the trail for four hours, the dogs, with Mr. Strange close behind, ran un der a large jumper tree, heavJ ily coated with snow. Both dogs burst out the other side of the tree yelping as tho they were being eaten alive. Out came the lion also but he was not interested in" the dogs, and was only desirous of get ting away. After trailing the beast for another hour the dogs treed him in a big pine. Mr. Strange came up and was able to see only the hind quarters ot the animal, while the lion failed to see him. Not wishing to let him get away- and force him to follow for an other hour or so, Mr. Strange shot the lion through the hips. With a scream the big cat came around the tree and down toward Strange, clawing and biting the air, while Strange continued to empty his 25 Remington into his hide. A shot in the head finished him. The cat was a young one but measured over tive feet in length. working here since the robbery j attorney. Inspectors Chance of the Bisbee postoffice on the ; and Cooper will remain in the night of April 3, and who I district for a few days. It is caused the arrest a short time! expected that the case will go latM- of T, R Bailfv rmstmas- to the federal grand jury at' ter, on a charge of appropriat ing postal savings funds to his own use, have practically com pleted the gathering of evi dence here. Postoffice Inspectqrs Webs ter and Means left last night for Tucson to present their evidence to the United States Globe early next week. Since his arrest here Bailey has remained in jail in Tucson, having failed to r.ia!:c bond in the sum of $50,000. Efforts on the part of his attornevs to have the amount of the bond reduced have failed, according to reports frm, Tucson. BISBEE POSTMASTER IN TUCSON JAIL. BISBEE. Ariz., May 6j Post j the years of his farming in this ' office inspectors who have been Mr. Charles Burton, promin ent sheep man of Ash Fork, was in town this week on business. tinlifflrirf 'it - t iirai ti i i funFiniM Ti Tin rni" -i i urn hi I section.