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FRIDAY, SEPT IS, 1922.
THE WILLIAMS NEWS. Closing Out-Money Getting Prices SEPT. 18th TO 25th All Union Suits, Fall and Winter Weight Ladies $1.25 Unions Ladies 65c Vests Ladies 65c Pants Ladies 40c Pants - Hisses 90c Union Suits Misses 75c " Misses 65c " Boys 90c Union Suits Boys $1.00 " Boys $1.20 " " - All 2-piece underwear at cost, and many other items too numerous to mention. Bargain sales for one week only At Kirby's 90c 50c 50c 30c 75c 60c 50c 75c 85c $1.00 Three taifes and one is always set As much as 20 of the power at the rear or driving wheels of the automobile may be lost through the use of an incorrect oil. Too heavy an oil, or one lacking in certain qualities, acts as a brake on the car. The ideal oil is the thinnest oil which will keep the bearing parts separated, and at the same time offer in itself the least frictional resistance to the engine power going to the driving wheels. This oil, providing it has "oiliness," stability and purity, will give perfect lubrication and permit the development of the maximum power, y speed and gasoline mileage of the car. ".Zerolene fills all these requirements perfectly. The Ideal Oil s All bearing clearances decrease under the heat of opera tion. Analysis of Zerolene shows that the differences in its body at the various engine temperatures, from cold to operating temperature, .follow in close relation the de , crease in bearing clearances. For this reason Zerolene oils have at all operating tem peratures exactly the required body to splash and flow freely into the fast-moving, small-clearance bearings to provide an adequate film of lubricant. Because of this and its "oiliness," stability and parity, Zerolene gives perfect lubrication under all conditions of engine operation, and permits the development of the maximum power, speed and gasoline mileage of the car. STANDARD OU COMPANY ICmUforntmt mare powerfispeed less friction and wear GRAND CANYON LODGE NO. 14. Meets Every Monday Night Visiting Knights are cordially invited to attend. CARL LaSALLE, C. C. WILLIAMS LODGE No. 15 Meets Every Wednesday, 8 P. M. N. G,r Guy C. Rigfgr Secy., J. W. Lee V. G., T. H. Cureton Treas Harry McDougall VISITING BROTHERS ALWAYS WELCOME Kiriakou's for Groceries &Fresh floats A complete line of High Grade Goods at Reason able Prices. COURTEOUS TREATMENT PROMPT SERVICE Service Station Phone 41. . LOCAL NEWS Jessie Boyce is spending the week visiting- with his father, o o o Mrs. G. Moore, of Grand Canyon, was a Williams visitor Thursday. o o o John Neville, of Flagstaff, was a Williams visitor on Mon day. o o o Miss Lenore Reese left on Wednesday afternoon, for Tuc son where she will enroll in the University of Arizona. O O O The north Forest Boundary fence has been completed and will now keep all cattle off the range except those under a permit to graze on the forest, o o o S. M. Snyder is taking his annual vacation wnich lie ex pects to spend on a hunting trip. Details of the trip are not all complete but he expects to return with proof of having Dagged game worth while, o o o J. C. Clinton, assistant, Man asrer of the Saerinaw & Manis tee Lumber . Company, left on Monday, for W ashmgaon, D. Q. He expects to be gone about ten days. His wife will join him on his return trip to Williams. . o o o Miss Margaret Griffith left this week Wenesday for Santa Barbara where she will take a course in doTnfKtir- sfipnco in the Southern California Normal bchool. o- o o NOTICE After Saturday, September 16th, cash register tickets will be discontinued. All my out standing tickets will be redeem ed when presented. . AT KIRBY'S o o o Mr. C. E. Ratcliffe has been severely ill this week with pneumonia, but is now some what improved and a speedy recovery is hoped for. Dr. Rounseville has been attending him. o . o o Mr. H. Norton has accented the position of Deputy Super visor in the Tusayan National Forest. He was formerly of Silver City. N. Mex. His wife will join him here at a later date. o o o Roy Wolfe i now able to make his way about on crutch es. He came to William Wednesday and had a perman ent plaster paris cast put on his DroKen leg. This will be re moved in about three weks and then Rov will be able to throw away his crutches." o o o Mrs. Barnes. th Foreman Barnes of the Baca Grant, who has bepn -r-ifiam ill with typhoid fever for sev eral weeks, is now well on tho road to recovery. She is en thusiastic in her praise of Dr. jiencK and his hosnital whiVh she declares is a great credit to a town the size of Williams, o o o A. K. Hawikns has been re lieving the monotony of his lon ly ranch life by a few days stay in town. He says that his cattle are looking fine now that the rains have made it possible for him to move them back to his winter range, and the for est boundary fence is making this range better by preventing overgrazing. O O O Mrs. R. A. Coverdale has re turned to her home in Romona, Calif, after spending a week and a half with her sister, Mrs. Barnes, who has been ill at the Melick Hospital for a number ot weeks. The climate, scen ery and roads about William's were a delight to Mrs. Cover dale and on leaving she "de clared that she would most cer tainly return to Williams next summer for an extended camp ing trip. o o D lip" Into si Bradley Lind uit-off -Door We have received our complete fall and winter stock of "Bradley V for Men, Women and Children These garments represent the ut most in styles of merit, beauty of fabric and perfection of finish. . FOR MEN Big warm sweaters in shawl collars, Pullover and V-neck styles. Guar anteed pure wool. $4.00 to $11.00 FOR BOYS Nothing is better for school wear than a sweat er and of course it should be a 'Bradley' $3.75 to $6.00 . FOR WOMEN Only the softest and finest of wool, is used in these garments. All styles and colors. $3.50 to $9.75 FOR GIRLS All the colors and combi nations for Fall are repre sented in this group. $3.50 to $6.00 Stetson Hats babbitt's Kupfi:rr Mr. Arthur Klock and wife, John R. Towles, of South Haven. Mic. are guests : Register of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Klock. Begin pub. 9-15-22. Arthur and John are brothers i but have not seen oneanother j NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION for twenty years. Mr. and Mrs. j Arthur Klock are on their re- . - n -; iftor o-nino- tn thp " w LUX 11 kl -t b'W- w Coast by the northern route. ( They are travelling overland. J,heJW SLtJ i' NOTICE is hereby given that cm t-vrv, , Hmmet L again logemer, irie uays ui their boyhood. S. Land Office at - Phoenix, Arizona, September 9, 1922. Kincannon. of Wil liams, Arizona, who, on 9-30- I 19 & 4-23-20, made Home ! stead Entry, No. 043130-0455- Miss Gertrude Moore, one of j 50, for SWNW, NiW the Williams High School grad-j SWii, Section 82, Township uates last year, left for Tucson ! 23-N., Range 3-E., G. & S. R. B. o Thursday, where she will at -tend the University of Arizona. o o o Mr. Morrill Greene is the guest of his "brother, Harold Greene and family. This is the first time the two brothers have met for fourteen years. They are having a great time of it hiking over the hills togeth & Meridian, has filed notice tto make Three Year Proof, to es tablish claim to the land above described, before Tom L. Rees, U. S. Commissioner, at Flag staff, Arizona, on the 17th day of Ovtober, 1922. Claimant names as witnesses : Claude C. Thomasson, Archie W. Strange, James M. Miller, George McDougall, all, of Wil- er. .JYlorriU nnas tnis country a exeat rlace for an outing and i liams, Arizona. feels that he is being well re- John R. Towles, paid for his pains in coming to ; Arizona. Begin pub. 9-15-22. Register NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION swered in this one. Paramount. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 20TH. WM. RUSSELL in "The Men of Zanzibar" Richard Harding Davis drew his characters from real life, made them pulse with human emotion, and this one assures you of a real treat. Fox THURSDAY, SEPT. 21ST. ALL STAR CAST in "Queen of Sheba" A Fox Masterpiece ; and we can recommend this to be by far the best picture of the week. A variety of gorgeous scenes and . mammoth battle scenes. Fox FRIDAY, SEPT. 22ND. (Comedy night) ENID BENNETT in "Keeping up with Lizzie," also A Fox Sunshine Comedy: "The Barnstormers" One continuous program o good, clean, moral amusement.. SATURDAY, SEPT. 23RD. BUCK JONES in "froooer O'Neil" When you hear Buck Jones you know what to expect, a regular: snow. a-i un j- Department of the1 Interior, U. S. Land Office at Phoenix, Arizona, September 9, 1922. SATURDAY, SEPT. 16TH. NO SHOW TONIGHT Mexican Celebration. SUNDAY, SEPT. 17TH. Claire Adams in Golden Dreams' NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Miss Margaret Duffield. one of ? H 1 YY Y ' the graduates of the Williams ! iTiJiYW, 'High School Department last I ESENW EiaSWfA- Department of the Interior, U- S. Land Office at Phoenix,. !" Arizona, August 28, 1922. ! NOTICE is hereby given that Annto 7qtio r.rpv nictiire-vnn i Jesse M. Sevier, of Williams NOTICR is Vipi-phv crivp-n that ! l'smcmher "Wildfire"? Well j Arizona, who, on September Lewis W. Moore, of Parks. Ari-i this, has more thrills and act- ! 29, 1917, made Homestead Ari zona, who, on Jan made Homestead 037829. for NW t- r n A A A J? 7 1 V" I uary 14, 1918, lion; and just enough real ro-; try jno. u5o4, ior vv 7207, Entry, No. I mance to make it genuinely in- I SEij.SWiA, , Ei2 lot 4 bee. , 1ASEVS,, Ni- teresting. See it. Goldwyn ; iJy2JNV4 iN w yk, oecxiun M.SRi.SRi. wnNnAV SFPT. 18TH. Township 21-IN., Kange year, lett on No. 1 Thursday route to Tucson where she will enter the University. She plans to take a degree in domestic science. Miss Margaret has the distinction of being the only girl in the graduating class last who completed the entire - 12 years of preparatory work in j the Williams school. She is, strictly speaking, a Williams product. All of her class mates had attended some other school for part of their grade work. A news reel "They are in- ! G. & S. K. &. & Aienaian, nas structive." ' filed notice of intention to make DOROTHY DALTON and , Three Year Proof, to establish RODOLPH VALENTINO in claim to the land above des "Moran of the. Lady Letty"- i cribed, before Tom L. Rees, U. Thvpp Vpnri a timtalpnfthpspa And i S. Commissioner, at b lagstatt, Proof, to establish claim to the ; with such stars as these will un- j Arizona, on the 2nd day of Oc land above described, before I doubtedly be far above the av- j tober, 1922. Tom L. Rees. U. S. Commision- eraffe. Paramount. ! Claimant names as witnesses : Range 4-E., G. & S. R, B. & Meridian, has filed notice of in tention to make er, at Flagstaff, Arizona, on the 17th day of October, 1922. Claimant names as witnesses : Oliver Gardner, George G. Fisher; Jefferson D. Tannehill, Mrs. Jessie B. Shelly, all, of Parks, Arizona. TUESDAY, SEPT. 19TH. SEEN A OWEN & MATT MOORE in "BACK PAY" Questions which daily confront people in every walk of life, thoroughly and completely an Calton S. Bowdon, Thomas T. Bowdon, Warren O. Perkins, Albert Johnson, all of Williams Arizona. John R. Towles, Register. Begin pub. 9-1-22. 5 j