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THE WILLIAMS NEWS
If you're anxious to add to your savings,
Just live on a little bit less.
Your EARNINGS are not so important: -
It's the SAVINGS that make for success.
The Arizona Central Bank
Resources over $5,000,000
VARIETY STORE
Remember that Dial has a line of
LADIES' & CHILDREN'S HATS
where all can wear a new hat.
Also a line of
Ladies' and Children's Clothing
When you see the quality you won't re
sist the price. In fact DIAL'S
merchandise has
QUALITY as well as PRICE
Team for Sale 9 years, 2600 mile west of Maine on State
pounds, cheap, will trade for Highway. ,
car or truck. A. Greven, 14 -
w.f '-,- - jt v- - . ;
-f-iv jr jr It is significant that more ''
" ! r jt than half the motorists of HJ$,'
''..; Jr . the Pacific Coast use Zero- 4 ':
I'-... jr.- jT , lene for Correct Lubrica-, .
! ' jT tion, and the number is '-. - S.
'jf i?Jr growing. Such wide-spread i
f approval of .Zerolene is its . '
S best recommendation "to i--'
motorists
5
recommendati
Get a Correct Lubrica
tion Chart for your car.
Use Zerolene for Correct
. Lubrication.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
(California)
L W. Cureton to Phoenix "
L. W. Cureton, business man
ager of the Coconino Farm
Bureau, left for Phoenix in the
interest of the Bureau, Wed
nesday. His special purpose is
that of finding a market for Co
conino County potatoes. The
farmers of the Bureau have
pooled together and will mark
et their spuds by the car load,
all of the potatoes bearing the
mark of the Coconino County
Farm Bureau and the name of
the grower. If the Phoenix
market proves insufficient to
take care of this year's crop,
Mr. Cureton will go on to Tuc
son. The present paying price
for Bureau potatoes is from
$2.25 to $2.35 per cwt.
Hunter Kills Valuable Horse
Last Thursday morning at
about 5:30, some careless hunt
er shot and killed a valuable
horse belonging to Mr. Cole, a
hard working homesteader lo
cated next to the Sanders ranch
two miles west of town. The
horse was in Frank Smith's
Dastnre where it apparently
had been drinking at the tank
along with some other horses at
the time of being shot. The
tank is near Mr. Smith's house
and the horse was still warm
when discovered. It had been
shot three times, once in the
forehead.
The hunter lacked the man
hood to acknowledge the mis
take and pay for the damage.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior, U.
S. Land Office, at Phoenix,
Arizona, August 27, 1921.
NOTICE is hereby given that
David P. Rupe, of Parks, Ari
zona, who, on September 3,
1918, made Homestead Entry,
No. 040403, for NNWVi.
Ni2 SV NWVi, N'V2 Si2
SI2NW14, Wi NW14NE14,
Section 26, Township 21-N.,
Range 4-E., G.&S.R.B.& Mer
idian, has filed notice of intent
ion to make Three Year Proof,
to establish claim to the land a
bove described, before Tom L.
Rees, Clerk of the Superior
Court, at Flagstaff, Arizona, on
the 17th day of October, 1921.
Claimant names as witnesses :
Charles Young Campbell, of
Williams, Arizona, John Ben
jamin Williams, Jefferson Dav
is Tannehill, Oliver Gardiner,
all 3 of Parks, Arizona.
CHAS. E. MARSHALL,
Register.
Sept. 16 to Oct. 14, 1921. v
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior, U.
" S. Land Office at Phoenix,
Arizona, September 3, 1921.
NOTICE is hereby given that
Nora McFarland, of Parks, Ar
izona, who,- on May 7, 1918,
made Homestead Entry No.
039552, for SWI4SE14SEI4
NE, S12SW14SE14NE14,
SE V4SE iSW 14NE 14. , W 10 -Ei2
NE14 SEi,4, Wia NE14-
SE14, wy SE14SE14, E12-
NWy4 SE14, Ei2SWi,4SEiA,
SWV4SWI4SEI4 Sec. 33, T.22
N., R.4-E., vyW lot 1,
(9.94A.), lot 2 (39.77A.) Sec.
4, T.21-N., R.4-E., G. and
5. R. B. and M., has filed notice
of intention to make Three
Year Proof, to establish claim
to the land above described,
before Tom L. Rees, Clerk of
the Superior Court, at Flagstaff.
Arizona, on the 18th day of
October, 1921.
Claimant. names as witnesses:
Robert Kennedy, Roy J. Gard
ner.George Fisher, Ernest Dyer,
all of Parks, Arizona.
JOHN R. TOWLES,
Register.
Sept. 16 to Oct. 14, 1921.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior, U.
S. Land Office at Phoenix,
. , Arizona, September 10, 1921
NOTICE is hereby given
that John W. Markham, of Ash
Fork, Arizona, who, on August
6, 1915, made Homestead En
try, No. 028016, for SE14, Sec
tion 28, Township 24-N., Range
3-W., G. and S. R. B. and Mer
idian, has filed notice of intent
ion to make Five Year, Proof,
to establish clam to the land
above described, before the Re
gister and Receiver, U. S. Land
Office, at Phoenix, Arizona, on
the 20th day of October, 1921.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Grover C. Suggs, of Phoenix,
Arizona, Clarence A. Reid, of
Selogman, Arizona, Cole Camp
bell, Roy Wolfe, both of Ash
Fork, Arizona.
JOHN R- TOWLES,
Register.
Sept. 16, 1921 to Oct. 14, 1921
The Stove
You
Want
WE have now on the floor in the Hardware Depart
ment, any style stove that you want. We have the
Drum, Box, and all sizes in the coal and wood heaters,
and also a very nice line of ranges.
We feel safe in saying that we have the stove that you want,
so why not step in and look them over. Winter is coming. Do
not put off buying that stove too long, for if you do you may not
be able to get the one that you want. "
SEE US for "The stoves that have real Quality and give good
Service."
BEYOND COMPARISON
Munsing Wear for Men, Women and Child
ren. Perfect fitting Union Suits. Cotton
and wool.
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY FOR WINTER
MEN'S Munsing Wear, in Cotton, Fleeced and Wool,
Prices from $2.00. to $6.00
BOY'S Muhsing Wear, in cream colored cotton fleeced,
Price from $1.50 to $1.75
Women's silk and wool union suits in three styles,
Prices $3.85 and $5.00
Women's and Children's Munsing wear in cotton,
fleeced, all sizes. Price $1.25 to $1.50
Ladies' and Children's Tarns, Caps, Winter Headwear,
at popular prices. 7
Children's Sweaters, all wool, four colors, excellent
for winter wear. - v
DUFFY'. BR
"THE STORE WITH A CONSCIENCE
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NOTICE TO DELINQUENT
CO-OWNERS
TO W. M. Kelley, his heirs
and assigns : -
You are hereby notified that
during the year 1920, the un
dersigned have expended more
than $ 100.00 in labor and im
provements upon the Henry
Ford Mining Claim, m the
Francis Mining District, County
of Coconino, State of Arzona,
in which Mining Location you
claim an undivided one fourth
interest, as shown by the notice
of location thereof at Page 25o
of Book 7 Mining Location Rec
ord of said County,
The said labor was perform
ed as and for the Annual repre
sentation of said claim for the
said year of 1920 as required
by the laws of the United States
concerning annual labor upon
Mining Claims, and the same
was the amount required to
hold said claim for the said
year. You are further notified
that unless within Ninty days
after the personal service of
this notice upon you, or within
ninty days after the publication
thereof, you contribute your
portion of such expenditure as
a co-owner, to-wit : the sum of
$25.00 your interest in the Mine
will be forfeited to the under
signed co-owners whoN have
made such expenditure, and
riii Vmr-rvmA their nronerty in
the manner provided by law.
Dated September , xx.
H. H. Pitkin,
L. F. Kennedy,
W. H. Lockridge.
H. A. SELLMAN
Transfer Baggage and Storage
Williams, Arizona
Jim at 2our fService
Phone 32 or 70
The above notice is published
for the purpose to clear title,
rhpri a Rill of Sale was given
w -m -k-oIIav to L. F. Ken-
uv -'--- ----- . ,
nedy, for the interest mentioned
in this publication. .
UOCOninO OppCJ. iumms
Company,
L. F. Kennedy, Secretary.
Sept. 9, to Dec. 2, 1921.
New Fall and Winter Millinery
at the lowest prices. -
x The Rcket Store,
Geo. W. Mathews, Prop.
DRUGS
TOILET ARTICLES
PATENT MEDICINES
SUNDRIES
COLUMBIA GRAF0N0LAS
We Write American Express
Money Orders -
Grand Canyon Drug Co.
REGISTERED. PHARMACIST
PHONE 43

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