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THE WILLIAMS NEWS
PROTECTION FOR ALL YOUR peace of mind demands that you have your buildings and personal property covered by fire insurance. Get one of our policies and the fire whistle will have no terrors for you We represent many of the world's strongest companies. The Arizona Central Bank Resources over $5,000,000 35,000 Armenian Kiddies, American Trained, the Hope for Future Peace ir- 1 s i 5 N 1 i!WLALr? . VIE Boy Scouts of Near East Relief Orphanage at Alexandropol, Ar menia, where 18,003 youngster are cared for. The hssehall diamond, tfie foot ball gridiron, boy and girl scout organizations, and other institu tions of the American youth will jilay their part in the final peace in the Levant, according to Charles V. Vickrey, general secretary of the Near East Relief, who is now on a tour of inspection of the work being done by that organization in Transcaucasia. "Behind the walls of American schools and orphanages, one finds the only tranquil spots in this whole troubled territory," he writes. Here, Respite disorder,, pestilens?, and starvation, outside the gates, ambi tious young Armenian boys and girls are making the best of the opportunities offered them by their American teachers. I f only our work can be continued until these children reach maturity a lew gen eration will arise to face the prob lems of the Near East whh the benefit of their American training to help them. At present, however, we are confronted by the possibility of having to abandon them be--ue of lack of funds. This v:11 m?-!n rot only the wasfinc of wbm l--s already been accomjdi'heH but wi'l r!"o result in the death of the mi-jT-rty of these wards of American charity. Several hundred of them Charles V. Vickrey General Secretary of the Relief Organization died during a brief period last spring when the interior stations in the Caucasus were cut off from American food. On the other hand, a continuation of the full relief program can not help but mean a better, more peaceful region in the future." Approximately ninety thousand children in Anatolia, Cilicia. and Syria, besides the 35.000 in Trans caucasia,, are receiving American training at present, according to Mr. Vickrey. BAD HABITS SEEMINGLY SE1 Famous Raider, Moewi, Though Now Engaged in Peaceful Trading, Con tinues Career of Damage. Although she lias been rechristened and is now devoted to peaceful pur suits, the old Moewe, once notorious as a German raider, cannot reform her bad habits. Klie rammed and sank the Koriuby lightship IManet, near the Mersey bar. The Moewe Is now the Green Brier. She was outward bound from the Mersey to Teneriffe and was proceed ing along the main channel when something went wrong with her steer ing gear and she smashed into the IManet, one of the three lightships stationed near the mouth of the Mer sey and familiar to American and all other navigatcrs. Although the- Green Brier's captain kept his steamer's head in the light ship's breach, a flood of water poured into the Planet and she soon sank. Her crew of six narrowly escaped. The Green Brier's bows were so dam aged she returned for repairs. The Green Brier, under the name of Moewe and commanded by Capt. Count Nicholas von Dohna Schoio dien, for a long time terrorized pas senger and cargo-carrying vessels in the Atlantic and as a result of her oierHtions British and allied shipping suffered f teiifrfvely. The Moewe i proved most elusive and defied all efforts at capture during a long career. Her original name was Punga. She made her tirst trip to the West Indies under the British flag and Messrs. Elders and Fyffe's ownership from Newcastle about 18 months after the armistice. Navajo rugs, just received direct from the reservation. The quality is good, the pat- j f4 terns are varied and attractive and the prices are reasonble. An ideal Xmas gift. L. J. OLSON. nor more than seven (7) direc tors, the directors, a President Vice President and a Secretary and Treasurer shall be elected by and from among the stock holders on the first Monday in April of each year. Until their successors are elected and qualified, the following named persons shall be the directors and officers of the company: H. L. Hutchison, Director, Earnest Burrows, Director, M F. Ferrell, Director, S. G. ivv'an- I m ation shall engage is as follows, to-wit : To supply farmers, stockmen and others thereof with water, and to scarry on the business of a water works company in all its branches, to sink wells and shafts and to make, build and construct, lay down and main tain reservoirs, cisterns, dams, culverts, filter beds, main and other pipe lines and appliances and to execute and do any and all other work and things ne cessary or convenient for ob taining storage, selling, deliv ering, measuring and distribut ing water or otherwise for the "purposes of the Company; also to acquire, lease, handle, con trol or sell letters patent and -smother inventions used in connec tion with this Company of any kind or character and in con nection therewith ; to borrow money and to execute notes, bonds, mortgages or deeds of trust, to secure the same, and to exercise towards all such bonds, mortgages, notes and other se curities and obligations any and" all right, powers and pri vileges of individual owners thereof, and in general to do any and all things to the busi ness of storing, distributing and using water in every manner whatsoever, and any and all other things necessary to the proper conduct of the affairs of said corporation as fully to all intents and purposes as a natur al person might or could do. ARTICLE V. The affairs of this corporat ion shall be conducted by a Board of not less than three (3) REMEMBER You usually buy for less at Kirby's and if I bave not got all you want I will order for you giving you the benefit of my buying exper " ence, and I will sure save you money. son, Director, F. W. ivicClure, Director. M. F. Ferrell, Presi dent, S. G. Swanson, Vice Presi dent, F. W. McClure, Secretary, F. W. McClure, Treasurer. ARTICLE VI. The highest amount of liabil ity that this corporation shall subject itself to at any one time shall not exceed two-thirds of the capital stock of this corpor ation. ARTICLE VII. This corporation is formed to endure twenty-five (25) years after its Articles are duly exe cuted, but its charter rights may be renewed before its charter expires from time to time, for periods not exceeding twenty five (25) years at-a time per petually. ARTICLE VIII. The private property of the stockholders of this corporation shall be and is hereby made for ever exempt from all liability for debts or obligations of this j corporation. I ARTICLE IX. The capital stock of this cor poration shall be and is hereby made forever non-assessable by this corporation for any pur pose. ARTICLE X. This corporation does hereby ! appoint F. W. McClure of Flag ! staff, Arizona, who has been a bona fide resident of Arizona for at least three years, to be its lawful agent in and for the State of Arizona, for and in be half of this company to accept and acknowledge service of, and upon whom may be served all necessary process or pro cesses in any action, suit or pro ceeding that may be had or brought against the corporation in any of the courts of the State of Arizona ; such service of pro cess or notice or the acceptance thereof by said agent shall CHRISTMAS SUGGESTIONS SILK HOSIERY: Ladies' $1.50 to $3.00 per pair Men's 1.00 to 1.50 per pair Children's 80c. per pair GIFT GLOVES Ladies' black, brown and gray $3.50 to $3.75 per pair FANCY GIFT STATIONERY, per box 50c. The most wonderful line in Williams for the money Christmas Tree Decorations and Christmas Cards TIES, Men's All Silk and All Silk Knit, Just the gift. $1, $1.25. $1.50 and $1.75 MEN'S SHIRTS, fancy Madras shirts the Beau Brum Line the most famous line in America. Hardware Department We hear so many people say that it is a hard mat ter to determine just what to get for different people for Xmas gifts, that we have trimmed our windows to help you out. We have some wonderful gifts on display and if you just stop and look them over you may get a good "hunch", so when passing down the street just stop and view the display. There is some thing for everyone, old and young. "THE STORE WITH A CONSCIENCE" Fred W. McClure (SEAL) State of Arizona, : County of Coconino : ss. Before me F. M. Gold, a Notary Public in and for Coco nino County, State of Arizona, on this day personally appeared Milton F. Ferrell and Fred W. McClure, known to me to be the persons whose names are sub scribed to the foregoing instru ment and acknowledged to me that they executed the same for the purposes and considerations therein expressed. " Given under my hand and seal of office this 28th. day of June, A. D. 1921. F. M. Gold, Notary Public. My commission expires May 9, 1922. Filed in the' office of the Ari zona Corporation Commission this 29 day of June A. D. 1921 at 10:00 A. M. at request of Harben and Gold whose post office address is Flagstaff, Ari zona. ARIZONA CORPO RA TIONA Arizona Corporation Commission. iBy D. F. JOHNSOJS, Uhairman. SAGINA W & MANISTEE MPANY illiams, Arizona LUMBER 00 UFACTUBERS OF ARIZONA SOFT PINE SUMMONS NO. 1685 In the Superior Court of the State of Arizona, In and For the County of Coconino Petra Marcias, Plaintiff vs. Francisco Marcias, Defendant. IN THE NAME OF THE j STATE OF ARIZONA, TO i Francisco Marcias Defendant, 1 GREETING : ' YOU ARE HEREBY SUM MONED And required to ap pear in an action brought a crninst von bv the above named have the same force and effect i nlaintiff in the Superior Court 3 Doors East Grand Canyon Hotel KIRBY'S STORE. as if served upon the President and Secretary of the company. This appointment of agent may be revoked at any time by filing a new appointment of agent in the office of the Corporation Commission at Phoenix, Ari zona. - IN WITNESS WHEROF we have hereunto set our hands and seals this 28th. day June, A. D. 1921. . Milton F. Ferrell (SEAL) of the State of Arzona. in and for the County of Coconino, and answer the Complaint therein filed with the Clerk of this said Court, at Flagstaff, in paid County, within twenty days after the service upon you of this Summons, if served in this said County or in all other cases wthin thirty days thereafter, the times above mentioned be ing exclusive of the day of ser vice, or judgement by default FI R E INSURANCE FOR THIS WORLD ONLY IF YOUR House Burns, who stands the loss? YOU had better see JEftRIE LEE and get INSURED 10 BIG COMPANIES PHONE 96 will be taken against you. 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