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MERICA'S problems are your problems. Prove your Americanism by helping, to solve those - problems. You can do it by Loyalty to the American Flag: and all it stands for. Not passive allegiance, but that active Americanism that crushes disloyalty wherever it appears that demands . reverence and support of American institutions' and ideals. ..Obedience to Law and Order. Law is the cornerstone of "civilization. The foundation of Liberty is Order. Without Law and Order there can be no real liberty, be cause there can be no security. Active Use of your Citizenship Franchise in the selection of public officials'who are 100 per cent American. Industry and Thrift, without which no nation can truly progress. " Every man and woman who saves today instead of spending, who works today and postpones enjoyment until tomorrow, is adding to national progress. A "Bank for Everybody" Savings Account will help you. The Arizona Central Bank Resources over $5,000,000 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, Play Suits, and the BIGCGEST LINE OF INFANTS' GOODS in town. H. DIAL Prop. PRODUCT V SSSSSi5! It Can't Leak, Because It's JM&f 1 Made in One fm Piece VtjJI Jixx ' ,FJS 'ALL one piece, like a bottle: no Vr,5 2 XY Kami, no joint. Even stop-" X y,l'5 -per socket is moulded in. Guar I ' antced for full two years' service j ' jcsgisj " V or a new one free. Get a Kant- jV- leek." You may need it tonight. T - : o Grand Canyon Drug Co. REGISTERED PHARMACIST PHONE 43 H. A. SELLMAN Transfer Baggage and Storage Williams, Arizona f jfm at 2our Service Phone 32 or 70. THE WILLIAMS NEWS F. E. Wells, Publisher j Subscription rate Per year $2.50 Single copy , .10 i Published every Friday in the year at Williams, Coconino County, Arizona. Entered at the Post Office at Williams, Arizona, as second class mail matter. The rains this year came too late for a bountiful crop, but they have greatly benefitted crops even in some cases where they seemed beyond their aid. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE tof Realty UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION, issued out of the Superior Court of the State of Arizona, in and for the County of Coconino, State of Arizona, on the 28th day of June, 1921, upon a duly, certi fied copy and transcript of a judgement, duly docketed on the judgement Docket of the said Superior Court, on the 22nd day of June, 1921, where it still is, wholly unsatisfied, which said transcript of judg ment, was from a judgment giv en and rendered in the Justice Court of the Precinct of Wil liams, in Coconino County, State of Arizona, in an action wherein Alex. Kiriakou was plaintiff and Jose Vesskes was the defendent, in said Justice Couit, and which said judg ment was and it is for the sum of $91.62, and the further sum of $9.16 as interest, and the fur ther sum of $3.45, costs in said justice court ; I am commanded to sell: All of Lot numbered three, in Block numbered Fifty-one in the townsite of Williams, as surveyed, mapped and platted by H. C. Nutt, Trustee for Atlantic and. Pacific Railroad Company; all of said property lying, being, and situated in the Town of Williams, in Coconino county, State of Arizona, to gether with all buildings and improvements upon the said Lot; -all of which heretofore and on the 5th day of July 1921, I duly levied upon, under and by virtue of said execution. Now therefore, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that on Mon day, the 15th day of August. 1921, at 2 o'clock, P. M. of said day, at the Court House1 door of said Coconino County, in the state of Arizona, the same be ing the County wherein said property is .situated, in obed ience to said Execution, sell all of the above described property or so much thereof, as may be nece'ssary to satisfy said judg ment, and costs, and accruing costs ; said sale to be, and it will be, made at public auction, to the highest bidder therefor, for cash. Dated. July 20th, 1921 THE STANDARD LOADS For Every Purpose DUPONT BALLISTITE Smokeless Smokeless Ounces Size Drams Grains Shot Shot Large Ducks ' 3V4' or3y2 26 or 28 1 V8or 1V4 4-5 or 6 Small and Medium 3 24 IVs 5-6 or TV Ducks 3V4 26 IVs or iy4 . 5-6 or 7V2 Grouse, Partridge, Prairie Chicken 3 or 34 24 or 26 IVs 6 or 7 Pheasants 3 24 IVs 5-6 or 7 Geese 34 or 3 V2 26 or 28 1V8 4-2 or B. B. Wild Turkey ' 3V4 or 3 26 or 28 IVs 4 or 2 , Squirrel, Rabbits 3 24 IVs 6-7 or 7 Va Doves Pigeons 3 or 31,4 24 or 26 IVs 6-7-7V2 or 8 Quail 3 24 lor IVs 7V2or 8 ' 3V4 . 26 iy8 7V2 or 8 Snipe Woodcock 2 .22 1 8 or 10 3 24 iy8 8 or lO Shore Birds 2 22 1 8 or lO 3 24 1 or iy8 8 or 10 Sora Rail 2 22 1 ' 8 or lO 3 24 iy8 8. or 10 Trap Loads .3 or 3y8 24 or 25 iy8ori y4 7y2 Choose shells from our large stock, that are properly loaded for your particular purpose. DRYGOODS SPECIALS - ' Ladies' Purses and Vanity. Cases , at greatly reduced prices New Shipment of Japanese Crepe, Green Blue and Yellow . . 40c. a yard Little boys summer hats 75c to $1.00 Nice assortment Ladies' Gingham Dresses, sizes 36 to 45. Full lineLadies' Sateen Petticoats at attractive prices. See our line of Men's hats and shirts for warm weather. We are offering especially good values in men's .overalls. Kabo Corsets, in all sizes and styles, $1.50 to $9.00 Ladies. Middies, a specially good buy at $2.75 Children's Middy Dresses $3.25 Spiral Puttees, all wool bound edges, $2.75 . DUFFY "THE STORE WITH A CONSCIENCE 99 wsa Tom McWilliams, Albert Gre ven, Johnson Curry, Hector O. Wright, all of Parks, Arizona. CHAS. E. MARSHALL, Register. July 29 to August 26, 1921 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Phoenix; Arizona, July 16, 1921. NOTICE is hereby given that Harvey N. English, of Wil liams, Arizona, who, on Sep tember 30,. 1919, made Home stead Entry No. 043128, for SEViNEVi, NE14SE14, NE14 SE14SE14 Sec. 9, SW14.SW14., S W 14 SE Va, S W 14 WHNWiA- SW14 Section 10, Township 21-N., Range 3-E., G. & S. R. B. and Meridian, has filed notice pf intentionN to make Three . . , . nn w , . 1 -a- dA. jl. x uux i,u voiauil oil Cldllll ixiir. run ruiuwt"'"i to the land above described Department of the Interior, U.! before Clarence T. Pulliam, TJ. S. Land Office at Phoenix,1 s- Commissioner, at Flagstaff, Arizona, July 23, 1921. j Arizona, on the 24th day of n.rT .- J August, 1921. is nereDy given mat: Claimant names s witnesses - W. A. CAMPBELL, Sheriff By C. Y. CAMPBELL, his Deputy Sheriff Evelyn Damon of Parks, Ari zona, who, on DeceYnber 11, 1920, made Homestead Entry, No. 050117, for WSE14 NE14SW14, SWViNEiiSWii. WV2NEV4.SEi4.SW 14, NWH SE14SW14, N14SW14SW14, S1.NW14SW14, W14NW14., NW14SW14, WiSWiiSWit NW14 Sec. 27, NV2SE14SEV4, NE14SE14, SE14SE14NE14. SVNEVi SEViNEVi. Sec. 28. Township 22-N., Range 4-E., G. & S. R. B. and -Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make Three Year Proof, to establish claim to the land above describ ed, before Tom L. Rees, Clerk of the Superior Court, at Flag staff, Arizona, on the 2nd day of September, 1921. Claimant names as witnesses: "Cold In the Head" la an acute attack of Nasal Catarrh. Per. sons who are subject to frequent "colda In the head" will And that the use of HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE will build up the System, cleanse the Blood and render them less liable to colds. Repeated attacks of Acute Catarrh may lead to Chronic Catarrh. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE Is tak en Internally and acts through the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the System. All Drufrg-ists 75c. Testimonials free. $100.00 for any case of catarrh tnaC HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE wlU not cur. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. Ohio. A.-V. Hutchison, of Parks, Ari zona, C. A. Moose, Thomas Venable, James G. English, all 3 of Williams, Arizona. CHAS. E. MARSHALL, Register. July 22 to Aug. 19, 1921. " NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U S. Land Office at Phoenix, Arizona, July 16, 1921. NOTICE is hereby given that James G. English, of Williams, Arizona, who, on April 5, 1920, made Homestead Entry, No 046277, for EVaSEVi, , NWV4- SEV4 and SWViNEVi Section 3, Township 22-N., Range 1-E., G. & S. R. B. and Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make Three Year Proof, to es tablish claim to the land above described, before Clarence T. Pulliam, U. S. Commissioner, at .Flagstaff, Arizona, on the 24th' day of August, 1921. Claimant names as witnesses : G. W. Mitchell, Thomas Bow den, Harvey English, T. A. Smith, all of Williams, Arizona. CHAS. E. MARSHALL, Register. July 22 to August 19, 1921. " AT THE SULTANA SATURDAY, Aug. 6TH. PEARL WHITE in "Know Your Men" Women 'Know Your Men. It will save a lot of sorrow. See what happened because she did not know. ' Fox SUNDAY, AUG. 7TH. KATHERINE MacDONALD iir "The Notorious Miss Lisle" The American Beauty in the greatest picture of her career. A thrilling, mystery romance, from Mrs. Reynolds famous novel. First Nat'l MONDAY, AUG. 8TH. FATTY ARBUCKLE in "The Life of The Party" From Irvin S. Cobb's great Sat. Eve. Post Story. Fatty's first big 5 reel special. Nuf Sed. Come early or stand up. Paramount TUESDAY, AUG. 9TH. ALICE BRADY in "The Land of Hope" BIG V COMEDY "Footprints" ' Miss Brady has at last found her proper role. A beautiful alien girl who finds her dreams come true after much hard ship. We'll guarantee this. Realart WEDNESDAY, AUG. IOTH. INA CLAIRE in "Polly with a Past" That dainty, alluring, youthful star fresh from her triumphs on the stage, in this very play. A picture that will make screen history. Metro FRIDAY, AUG. 12TH. ELAINE HAMMERSTEIN in "The Miracle of Manhattan" FOX SUNSHINE COMEDY "Verse and Worse" A tense thrilling tale of "Bag dad on the Subway." Did you seeher in 'Pleasure Seekers'? This is just as good, and a zip py comedy.