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THE WILLIAMS NEWS.
FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1922. THE ALMIGHTY CHECK A check is the best medium of exchange. Why? Because a check is a receipt; it shows to whom when and for what purpose all money is paid, it is a protection against loss both to the giver and the receiver, it saves carrying money on the person, it eliminates change making, it avoids the necessity of keeping accounts of small . payments, it is con venient and the best evidence of progressiveness. A checking account may be opened at this bank for a reasonable amount. It is not necessary to deposit a fortune, although one may come out of it. THE ARIZONA CENTRAL BANK PHONE 37 WILLIAMS, ARIZ. WILLIAMS LODGE No. 15 Meets Every Wednesday, 8 P. M. N. G., R. D Mitchell V.G,GuyCRi?? Secy., C R. Sullivant 1"rea&, Hairy McDoujra.il VISITING BROTHESS ALWAYS WELCOME GRAND CANYON LODGE NO. 14. Meet every first and third Monday, thru June, July and August, at 8 P. M. Visiting Knights are cordially invited to attend. CARL LaSALLE, C. C. JULY SPECIALS : t STATIONERY. Whiting's Moleskin Linen Reg. 1.25 for 89c. Whiting's Organdie Linen Reg. 1.25 for 89c. Lord Baltimore Linen by the pound 75 c. Flax wheel Linen by the pound 75c. Box paper in Lavender, White, Grey, Blue and Pink. SOAP. Rexall Toilet 10c. Armour's pure glycerine 10c. Colgate's Big Bath 15 c. 1.05 Doz. 1.05 Doz. 2 for 25c. FLY POWDER 1 Vampiro in the bellows box, 10c. 3 for 25c. 2ou Can fSave Jfoney at tne The Grand CanyonDrug Co. Parlor Barber Shop , AND- ' - - Pocket Billiard Room THREE BARBERS HOT BATH 'We carry a fine line of Cigars-Tbljaccoes,; Pipes, Ciga rettes and Cigarettes Holders. I If you ae particular about your razors, strops and Barber I Supplies, get them from us. Our Daylo Flashlights haVe no supeirior. ' ' 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 &F0USHA STATE OF ARIZONA Office of the Arizona Corpora tion Commission. United States of America ss. I State of Arizona iThe Arizona Corporation Commission does hereby certify that ,the annexed is a true and complete transcript of the Amendment to the Articles of Incorporation of Williams Li brary Association which was filed in" the office' of said7 Ari zona Corporation Commission on the 9th day of February, at 10 : 00 o'clock A, M., as provid ed by law. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF The Arizona Corporation Com mission, by its Chairman, has hereunto set its hand and affix ed its Official Seal. Done at the Citv of Phoenix, the Capitol, this 22nd day of February, A.D. 1922. Arizona Corporation Commission D. F. Johnson, Chairman duration shall be twenty-five years. ARTICLE VII. The amount of capital stock of this corporation shall con sist of its properties, used for the purposes of the organiz ation thereof and shall be paid for.as accumulated. Attest : F. J. K. McBride, Secretary. (SEAL) AMENDMENT ' TO ARTICLES OF INCORPORA TION OF THE WILLIAMS PUBLIC LIBRARY ASSOCIATION KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS : Whereas,-the Williams Pub lic Library Association, a non profit corporation, was duly in corporated at Williams in the County of Coconino, State of Arizona, on the sixth day of May, 1896, and the said cor poration has continued its ex istence until the present time; and. Whereas, .twenty-five years, the period 'of the existence of said corporation, has expired; and Whereas, more than three fourths of the members of the said corporation, at a meeting regularly called and held, vot ed to renew, the existence of the said corporation for a per iod of twenty-five years, be ginning from the expiration of the aforesaid original corpora tion, and at such . meeting it was voted that the corporation. as renewed, should succeed to all the property and rights of the original .corporation to all intents and purposes ; and Whereas, the undersigned, the officers of the said original corporation were duly author ized at the said meeting to re new the said corporation for a period of twenty-five years, and to execute all -papers for such purposes ; Now Therefore, for the pur pose of renewing the said orig inal corporation and by reason of the premises, the under signed do hereby adopt the fol lowing articles of inQprpora-. tion. ARTICLE I. The names and residences of the incorporators are: Mrs. Lizzie Kennedy, Wil liams, Arizona: Mrs. Mira Miller, Williams, Arizona; Mrs. Carrie Finney, Wil liams, Arizona ; Each of whose post office ad dress is Williams, Arizona. ARTICLE II. The name of the said corpor- auon snail remain tne same, to-wit: the WILLIAMS LI- JsKAKY ASSOCIATION. ARTICLFT III. The membershin of this cor- poration shall be composed of maies ana temales above the age of 16; the same to be elec ted as may be provided there fore by the by-laws of this cor poration. k ine principal -nature and business of this corporation is ana it snail be, the maintenance ot a free reading room and public library; and it may and can be for the cultivation of .social and friendly relations, general benevolence, . literary and musical advancement, moral and pleasing entertain ment, and the own ine- and .maintaining of suitable build ings ana places for the above mentioned purposes. ARTICLE V. The principle place of busi ness of this corporation shall be in the Town of Williams, in Coconino County; State of Ari zona. ARTICLE VI. The time of the commence ment of the renewal of this cor poration shall date from the expiration of the aforesaid original corporation, and its ARTICLE VIII. The officers Of this Corpora tion shall be a President, a Vice-President, a Secretary and a Treasurer ; and they shall be elected semi-annually, fo-wit: On the Second Monday in June, and on the Second Monday in December, of each year here after, by the active members of this corporation; and until tne election to be held on the sec ond Monday in June, 1922, Mrs. Carrie Finney shall be President ; Mrs. Lizzie Kennedy .shall be - Vice-President and Mrs. Mira Miller shall be Treasurer, and they three shall appoint a Secretary. ARTICLE IX. The affairs of this corpora tion shall be conducted by a Board of Directors, which shall consist of not less than three, nor more than ten persons, the number thereof .- and the man ner of election of the same shall be fixed by the by-laws of this corporation, and the persons signing these r Articles; shall constitute the Board of Direc tors until the coming election of officers at the election to be held June, next hereafter, as above mentioned in Article VIII. ARTICLE X. The highest amount of in debtedness or liability, direct or conerent. to which this cor-, poration is at any time to be subject, shall in no case exceea Twenty-five Hundred Dollars. ARTICLE XL The private property of the officers and members ot tnis corporation, shall be at al times exempt from any of the corporate debts. AKTIULE All. The qualifications for mem bers, mode of election, and terms of admission to member ship ; and the fees of admission and' dues to be paid to the treasury by members; and the expulsion and suspension of members for misconduct or non-payment of dues ; and also ior restoration to memoersmp ; and the contracting, securing, paying and limiting the amount of indebtedness; and all other regulations not repugnant to the laws of the State of Ari zona, and consonant with the objects of this corporation shall each and all be governed by and as provided for in the by-laws of this corporation. ARTICLE XIII. This corporation is not, and shall not be organized for the purposes of profit m any way IN WITNESS WHEREOF, we have hereunto set our hands this the 19th day of January, A .D. 1922. MRS. LIZZIE KENNEDY MRS. MIRA MILLER MRS. CARRIE FINNEY State of Arizona, ss. County of Coconino ! Before me, A. M. Root Jr.. a Notary Public in and for the County of Coconino, State of Arizona, on this day personally appeared Mrs. Lizzie Kennedy, Mrs. Mira Miller and Mrs. Car rie Finneyr to me known to be the persons whose names are subscribed to the foregoing instrument, and each and all acknowledged to me that she and they executed the same for the purposes and consideration therein . expressed, , and. as. Tipr act and deed.. ' .., . t ' ' Given Junder my hand and seal of ' office this the 19th Iday of January, A p.. 1922. .' My commission expires Au gust iSJ, JlifZ4. . : a: m. root, jr.; . . ' '. Notary. Public. (NOTARIAL SEAL) : Filed in the office of the Ari zona. Corporation . Commission this 9th day of Feb., A. D..1922 at 10:00 A. M. at request of Mrs. P. A. Melick, Secy., whose post office, address is Williams, Arizona. " ... - ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION By D.F.JOHNSON, Chairman. Idaho . counties are co-oper ating with the Biological Sur vey of the United States Depart ment of Agriculture in exter minating the ground squirrel. and are providing $22,219.40 for the work. PI Tata pn nrp 0)iLlllUJ J.;' Mica! Get your cise cheap can. We merchan- while close up July i ; Come in and see for Yourself Old Variety Store building on Railroad Avenue c Steinberg FIRE INSURANCE FOR THIS WORLD ONLY ' IF YOUR House Bums, who stands Uve loss? YOU had better see' JERRIE LEE and get INSURED 10 BIG COMPANIES PHONE 96 PRE WAR PRICES AT THIS STORE YOU may not have stopped to compare our present prices with those of pre-war days. If you will do so new you will find that our policy of going down with the market has finallv 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 1 Strictly Fresh Local Ranch Eggs: They are a delight to eat. : Fresh Fruits and Vegetables every Friday I Fresh Bakery Goods from our own Bakery 2Ze Combine Quaiety and jCotu SPrces JAMES