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THE WILLIAMS NEWS
ar or Barber Shop AND Pocket Billiard Room THREE BARBERS HOT BATH We carry a fine line of Cigars, Tobaccoes, Pipes, Ciga rettes and Cigarettes Holders. If you ae particular about your razors, strops and Barber Supplies, get them from us. Our Daylo Flashlights have no superior. Refresh yourself at our soda fountain and try our fresh candies. We also carry Knives, Eversharp Pencils, Fountain Pens, Kodack Films, Post Cards, Spauldings Goods, Pocket Books Purses, etc., etc. JUST ADDED- Avery attractive line of Jewelry. Call and look it over. WILLIAMS & FOUSHA PRE-WAR PRICES AT THIS STORE YOU may not have stopped to compare our present prices witk those of pre-war days. If you will do so now you will find that our policy of going down with the market has finally brought us back to those old time prices and in some cases our prices are even lower than those, charged for the same quality of goods five and six years ago. Beat the H. C. L. by trading at our store. Our prices are always the lowest that the market will justify. Give us a trial and you will be convinced. DON'T OVERLOOK OUR i otrictiv fresh Local Kanch fcffo-s. lhev w . : 9 4 are a delight to eat. Fresh Fruits and Vegetables every Friday Fresh Bakery Goods from our own Bakery t 2le Combine Quaity and jCoiv SPrces JAMES KENNEDY "WHY PAY MORE?" The above caption appears on a circular recently sent out by a Prescott printing house. A comparison of prices proves that the rates regularly charged by the News are lower than those charged in Prescott. Why pay more? 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 WILLIAMS MEWS F. E. WI1, Sabacriptlon rate Per yar Single copy 10 PuMwhcd erry Friday im U yr at 1 Csutty. Aria WilliaaM. cUh Mail at the Pert OOm at Arisen, aa mmetmi natter. YEARLY PRODUCTION OF $500,000 FOR SPUDS. Are you boosting spuds? Consider what the development of this industry promises for the community and ask yourself if you should not boost this crop. Within the Tusayan lorest, located mainly in the vicinity of Williams, are over 43,000 acres of agricultural land practically all of which has been taken up. Outside the forest and yet near to Williams lie some two thous ands of additional acres of land that is agricultural. An esti mate of. 40,000 acres for the good agricultural land would be conservative. Of this amount some twenty thousand is or has been m cultivation. Suppose that one half of the land that has been subjected to cultivation were to be put to spuds each year. That would be 10,000 acres, in round num bers. Fifty sacks to the acre would be a conservative esti mate of the production for this land. That would total 500,- 000 sacks of spuds yearly. If an average price of $2 could be secured, the value of that crop would be $1,000,000.00. But to be conservative, let us cut the price per sack to $1.50 and the total production to about 350, 000 sacks. That would still I bring into the community some $50U,UU0.UU. How would this compare with other industries, the cattle industry, for instance? In 1920 Coconino county shipped out 10819 head of cattle. In 1921 this county shipped out 15450 head. ; We do not have figures at hand for other years, but let us assume that 1921 was an average year. Put the aver age yearly shipments at 16,000 head. Allow these an average value of $50 which surely . is liberal enough due to the fact that the bulk of the shipments for the last two years at least has been of yearling steers. Allowing a value of $50 gives a total value of $800,000 for the county. Allot half of this to Williams and we have $400, 000 or one hundred thousand less than a very conservative figure on the spuds. One question which may be asked is, "Is there a market for 1000 cars of spuds from Coco nino county" ? That many are now used annually in the south ern part of the state. The markets . of the southern part of this state might easily be mon opolized for Coconino potatoes, with careful business methods in marketing the crop. The Coconino Farm Bureau and' the Coconino Marketing Associat ion are pushing the right meth ods. Half of those potatoes should be produced about and marketed tnru Williams. It is up to the business men of Wil liams and all those interested in the prosperity of the com munity to cooperate with the farmers in helping to develop our potato industry. A study of the methods used in developing the citrus and grape and poultry industries of California should provide many valuable suggestions for devel oping our potato industry. pronounces worse than useless. And the appropriation is strick en out. There is a record in Nebras ka of two Lancaster county sen ators voting against an approp riation for a new building on the state fair grounds. With that exception, this Grand Can yon case seems to be the only instance in American politics where a representative " voted against appropriating public money to his own district. Senator Cameron, if our memory holds, had something to do at one time with develop ing the Gand Canyon enter prise. He may prove to have a grievance against the present management. One must make liis cynical reservations, lest he be humiliated as an easy mark. But granted that the senator's deed did not spring from pure' love, the deed remains. And the name of the doer is Cam eron. Lincoln State Journal NOTICE OF CHANGE OF DATE When the Executive Board of the State Federation of Musical Clubs met on November 19th, 1921, they set the 7th of April 1922, as the date for their an nual convention at the request of the Saturday Morning Musi cal of Tucson, the hostess or ganization. At this time the Year Book of the State Feder ation of Women's Clubs was consulted and it was found that their annual convention date ! was April 12th 14th. (See current Year Book, page 9). Since for constitutional reas ons the State Federation of Women's Clubs has found it necessary to change their date, and the week of April 7th, ap pearing the most convenient f or them, the Executive Board of the Sate Federation of Musical Clubs has deferred their meet ing until April 21st, that there may be no conflict of dates, nor interests, and no consequent in terference of attendance at either convention. The Executive Board, of the Ariz. Fed. Musical Clubs. GENUINE FORD IGNITION AT LAST For years the greatest drawback to the Ford car has been the ignition system. This has now been overcome by the use of the Liberty Generator Ignition Unit SPECIALLY DESIGNED FOR FORD CARS No more Vibrator Coils No more Comutators No more alternating current entering a direct current storage battery, which guarantees the life of the battery to equal those of other cars of higher class. Can be installed in 30 minutes. Price, Installed, $50.00 GUARANTEED FOR 1 YEAR SEE US WILLIAMS GARAGE POTATO CLUBS DEMON STRATE VALUE OF DISEASE-FREE SEED Because 225 boys in Butler County, Pa., showed that the use of disease-free seed pota toes last year resulted in in creasing: the yield one-third, Butler County farmers have or dered 10 carloads of disease free seed potatoes for planting this year. The boys were en rolled in 11 potato clubs con ducted in cooperation with the United States Department or Agriculture and the State Col lege of Agriculture. Each boy purchased 1 bushel of disease free potato seed brought from New York, which was planted beside home-grown seed for comparison and to demonstrate the value of disease-free seed. Field meetings were conducted in August to show diseases and differences in appearance un der growing conditions. In October the potatoes were dug and club demonstration meetings were held. It was found that the disease-free seed was responsible for about one third of the increase in yield over home-grown seed, the other two-thirds being due to better cultural methods. Sixty-five of the boys secured an incease of 39 per cent with disease-free seed, as compared with their fathers' home-grown seed. Each boy was given a bushel of disease-free seed. the times above mentioned be ing exclusive of the day of ser vice, or judgement by default will be taken against you. Given under my hand and the seal of the Superior Court of the Stato of Arizona, in and for the Count v of Coconim, this i7th day of Kel. A. D., 1922. (SEAL) Tom L. Rees, Clerk of tbi Superior Court By Florence Ayer, Deputy Clerk. March 3-24, 1922. SUMMONS NO. 1774. SUMMONS NO. 1773. In the Superior Court of the State of Arizona, in and for the County of Coconino Eliseo Moreno, Plaintiff vs. Maria Moreno, Defendant IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF ARIZ ON A TO Maria Moreno Defendant, GREETING : YOU ARE HEREBY SUM MONED And required to ap pear in an action brought acrainst you by the above nam ed plaintiff in the Superior Court of the State of Arizona, in and for the County of Coco nino, and answer the Complaint therein filed with the Clerk of this said Court, at Flagstaff, in said County, within twenty days after the service upon you of the Summons, if served in this said County, or in all other cases within thirty days there after, the times above mention ed being exclusive of he day of service, or judgement by de fault will be taken against you. Given under my hand and the seal of the Superior Court of the State of Arizona, in and for the County of Coconino, this 27th day of Feb. A. D., 1922. Tom L. Rees, Clerk of the Superior Court. By Florence Ayer, Deputy Clerk. March 3-24, 1922. Rubber heels to soften your path. Old shoes fixed as good as new. Boots included, large and small. Bring in your work, I'll do it all. AL RAY. In Dial Bid. E. Bill Wms. ave. MICKIE SAYS Cameron. In the Superior Court of the State of Arizona, in and for the County of Coconino This is the name of the sen ator from Arizona, elected a few months ago. He has just done one of the strangest things in the annals of politics. Let his name . be remembered. Cameron. The Grand Canyon is in Sen ator Cameron's state. The subject for discussion in the senate is a $90,000 appropriat ion for the canyon to make it more inviting to visitors. Cam eron makes a speech against it This spending of public money in states where national parks are located "in order to gratify the whims of a few who would profit by the expenditures"; he Dolores Palma y Lomeli, ' Plaintiff. vs. Juan Lomeli, Defendant. IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF ARIZONA, TO Juan Lomeli Defendant, GREETING : YOU ARE HEREBY SUM MONED And required to ap pear in an action brought against you by the above named plaintiff in the Superior Court of the State of Arizona, in and for the County of Coconino, and answer the Complaint therein filed with the Clerk of this said Court, at Flagstaff, in said County, within twenty days af ter the service upon you of the Summons, if served in this said County, or in all other cases within thirty days thereafer. VHJViST MORE BESEECH AM' IWWtORE NOU TO GRAB I UP AT&-EPHOME V4 SUP k US AMW VTEKA9 'fOU KMOW! N SA-f VJE GIT OUT A. 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Cheney makes oath that ho Is senior partner of the firm of F. 3. Cheney Co., doing; business in the City of To ledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said firm -will pay the sum of ONE HUN DRED DOLLARS for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of HALL'S CATABRH MEDICINE. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed tn my presence, thia 6th day of X3C-mber. A. D. US. fSeal) A. W. Gleason, Notary PuMle. H ALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE Is tak en Internally and acta throurh the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the System. Druccista. 76c Testimonials free. V. J. Cheney tk Co.. Toledo. Ohio.