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FRIDAY. NOVEMBER lO, 1922.
THE WILLIAMS NEWi FOR SALE Grand Caayon Hotel 1 3 Room House Jfc Lot Z Hwimi, 6 Lot 1 3 Room Home 2 Lota 1 Reel Lake Ranch 1 Ranch, 130 Acres, 100 Head Cattle I 5 Room House, 2 Lots 1 4 Room Modern House Furn ished. 1 6 Room House Modern Partly Furnished 1 3 Room House Partly Furnishd 3 Bis; City Lots Fenced, Big- Barn and Sheds. 1 Store ..Building ..end.. 1 brick building on 6 half lots, (or file. W. H. ALLISON Real Estate and Insurance Here For Week. Wayne - Russell, timber estimator, who has been in New Mexico for the past several months, returned to Wil liams the first of the week for a week's- visit with home folks here. Mr. Ressell had been engaged in es timating for the White Pine Lumber Company who are starting a mill at Barnallio, N. M. The cold weather and heavy snow there put a stop to the work. Mr. Russel expects to return to New Mexico at once to take up work for the state. wnne attempting to negotiate a sharp curve in the Flagstaff road about eleven miles east of Williams, an auto carrying a party of tourists including Rev. -A; T. Edwards, wife and sister, of McPherson, Kans. slipped in the mud and snow and be came uncontrolable. The machine ended by turning completely over. The women in the party were injured very painfully. They were brought' Into town and cared for by doctors who discovered a broken collar bone and a possible fracture of the wrist. Next Two Weeks Featuring Ginghams, Crocheted Bedquilts, Ladies' and Children's Winter Weight Underwear AT COST COMPLETE STOCK OF GROCERIES MEN'S HATS lO Per Cent off REMNANTS MEN'S CLOTHING 10 percent off ODDS AND ENDS of MEN'S and BOYS' WIN TER WEIGHT UNDERWEAR AT COST AT KIRBY'S ORDER YOUR CHRISTMAS CARDS NOW N We have just received a large line of samples of Christmas Cards and are prepared to supply you with neat and attractive greetings either engraved or printed. Now is the time to order your Christmas Cards so that you may get just what you want and receive them in good season for mailing. We have prepared a number of suggestive senti ments to place on the cards. If you are in doubt as to the exact wording which you like call and look over these suggestions. Some of these are appropriate for individ uals and some for business firms. Get your Christmas printing or engraving from a home firm. ; THE WILLIAMS NEWS Printing and Publishing Mk Merchant Do you realize the importance of getting your ad vertising copy prepared early? You know our old friend procrastination. He's a ami,-in HI UK LVW 9 "V . . Why fellow, when you can lead? Supposing aU your customers left their shopping in your uuut " uuui oeiore- you were closing up at night, ' what would happen? You know. It would make ereat C I t t. o yo" romon c give service and your customers would leave the score dissatisfied. Well, in a way, that's what you often ask the news- papers id to. x ou wait until the ninth hour to prepare f 1 t f rr- . ywtu iwpjr, ana wnen it readies tne omce you expect the i. i . i t HiuYwuun u uu wd nours WOTK in one. It can't be done. ' The result is that your advertisement is slapped to gether u great nasce, wren a cnance tor errors and with out proper display. It can't be otherwise- Sop that old habit of putting off till the last day, the wv uuut uu use uoi minute to send your copy to the newspaper office. Get it out eariv when mu haw rim rn -f;..L. - J f ' w TITIiri. fr tA prepare it properly. Then send it to the newspaper - .L. - Jt I f r -tt -- w. uuct uavs uuaa. a nat will give tne news paper time to prepare your advertisement properly. You can see the logic of it. It will mean better ads. L - i i inciter service ana Dexter results. That's what you want. That's why you advertise. vjrve the newspaper a chance. Apply the Golden Rule. LOCALKEWS ' To commemorate his seventh mile stone, little Clarence O'Neil enter tained a few small friends last Wed nesday afternoon, with a happy birth day party. After an afternoon spent in merry games, a luncheon was serv ed at which a huge birthday cake was the center of attraction and dainty nut cups were pleasing favors, o o o After a pleasant visit with relatives in Phoenix, and enjoying the State Fair, Mrs. James Kennedy and son Jimmie, returned home Monday even ing. o o o Miss Nora Buss has resigned her position at Duffy Brothers Store. Miss Buss will be sadly missed by the leg ion of friends won by her very oblig ing and pleasant personality. o o o Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Duffy were reg istered at the Jefferson hotel in Phoe nix during Fair week. o o o The family of O. E. Kirby are mov ing into town for the winter. O O - o The mother of Mrs. Cecil Luggar has arrived from Flagstaff to care for ner little grand-daughter, Doloris, wnne jvir. and Mrs. Luggar make a business trip to Kansas City, o o o The Saginaw & Manistee T.i.mhoi- Lompany is having the entire nlant rewired, which will require three or lour months of work under the pan- able supervision of Mr. D. O. Elder. g Clothes That Fit Your Purse Mr. Lyle Button who went to Ran Francisco on a visit with relative. has become so pleased with the Bay City that he has secured a nosition there and decided to remain for the winter. o o o The Williams Florence Crittenton committee will meet Friday at the home of Mrs. M. Bueereln the bungalow aprons to be donated to the Phoenix Mission. o o o Former manager of the Frav Mar cos, Mr. Louis DeBold and wife. ... ' ea through Williams recently enroute to ban Diego, after a most delightful sojourn in Europe. O Mr. Henry Rauch spent a few dav at tne Orand Canyon on business. o o o Mr. Martin Buggeln left for Cali-1 4 mmm nation's standard cf Fitting your person and your personality is largely a "matter of good taste and style preference. Fitting your purse is a test of our judge ment of value and quality, and our ability to use that knowledge to your advantage. Kuippeiniheim GOOD CLOTHES Fit into your purse as neatly as they fit your person. They keep you looking fit a long time. Hansen Gloves $35.00 to $42.50 Other Makes $21.50 to $30.00 BABBITTS Wilson Bros. Shirts AT THE SULTANA uboi itsxi, lor Cali fornia last week, overseeing the ship- SATURDAY, NOV. 11TH ment of cattle just made by him o o o Justice of the Peace, Geo. McDou- gall united in marriage Miss Edith 2taley, and Mr. Adolnh Camnbell. i both residents of Grand Canyon. The young bride's popularity is evidenced BUCK JONES in "Weil of Chicago" Whoop La! Buck Jones, let's all go ! His best 1922 picture. SUNDAY. NOV. 12TH. SPECIAL CAST in "Missing- Husbands Fox. " i vj- u cviueiictni t by the report of a regular foot-ball j They may be missing all right, but skirmish for the "bride's kisses o o o Nearly half of the potato cron is still in the ground-in the Flasrstaff section and unless warm weather comes soon they are sure "Hitting on all four" in this one. Metro. MONDAY, NOV. 13TH. MARION DA VIES in "Buried Treasure" Mystery! Thrills! Pirates! Fights! their own work of gaining a livihood, and so undoubtedly fill their proper place in . nature. They are never very numerous in one locality, how ever, and as they can not adopt methods of birds and traverse wide stretches of land to aid in combating abnormal local increases of croo and garden pests their influence is not strongly felt. The investigation shows that a certain portion of the toad's food is made up of injurious JOHN R. TOWLES, Register. Begin pub. 10-87-22. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION PcDsrtBwat of the Interior, U. Land Office at Phoenix, Ariiou, October 14, 1922. ... -. NOTICE is hereby given that Goorge G. Fisher, of Parks, Arizona, has mada hnnmchiBj a . - Mr j u...v-swcxu ai;i;ucauon insects and other pests of growing 054401 under the Drnvkinna im plants, and that the toad performs act of April 28 1904 for tho ott- i, some service in such places as green- WSE. SEiSWSWl-lSEl-l houses, gardens, fields of small grain Section 2. T. 21-N 7? a.tt c . o and golf courses. Any harm that R. B. A M ' much of it will be lost. Killing: frost Everything that makes it difficult to ' toads do in the consumption of bene- t Anv ner.oon j ' I . , , , , .... - ..wn mc laau h y uaouxuajr iiiui tiiiiir in met ovay 1 11 your seat:. inoi. one uUil t tuvo auu wmci niari useiui moment! TUESDAY, NOV. 14TH occured Saturday morninsr in the, lower portions of the Yuma Valley doing some damage to cotton and grain sorghums. i Paramount. ' to man is of little economic impor tance and does not warrant their m- We loan Kodaks FREE sell fresh films at pre war n rices Utfve you an 8x10 enlargement i i - - Beat of Kodak work furnished Wednesday, no v. i sth. WALLACE REID in "World's Champion" See 'em fall for Wallie! But no wonder, with that mighty wallop of j his. Come early and get a ringside seat. Paramount discriminate destruction. every day at STUDIO. RATCLIFF'S Catarrb Cannot B Cnrwd LOCAL- APPLICATIONB. as they Qatarrh. Is a local diss ase. creattr tanu enced ey constitutional condition. WaiJa f A Tt . r U UEiniKtMn ... : - i" win cure eatarrn. It te taken In tarn ally and aota taroua-n the Bleed on the Mucous Surtacse or the r- aiMm n hto c nm esse lenace Hewn, onm blued with aome of the eest eleed mHsm ti ,..., . . . . ftb tajrradisnts In HALL'S CATARRH irw!? rult c&tAtrrhaU condition. e"rvej dd-Q,- -.eiunonirj itm, Wm Chmnmy Jk Co.. Props.. Tolodo. Ol Wei CAUXLFWSBItKOn. AN ZEKDLENE Look fir the Sign Modem Crankcaae Clean. lag Serrice halpa to keep your engine in prime con dition. Safe thorough correct. STANDARD OIL COMPANY (California) II J. SPECIAL CAST in "Black Beauty" Every man, woman and child ha3 read "Black Beauty" and now we are all going to see it on the screen. Boy! But that is SOME RACE! THURSDAY, NOV. 16TH. SPECIAL CAST in "Stroke of Midnight" A thrilling picture that cornea highly recommended. Thrills and mystery. FRIDAY. NOV. 17TH. (COMEDY NIGHT) RAY LAUREL in "Lonely Heart" The girl with the form divine, from Ziegfield follies. A tense story of American oil fields. Regular Comedy also. 2 reels. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of Mary Duffy, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the under signed Administratrix of the estate of Mary Duffy, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this notice to tne said Administratrix at Flagstaff, Coconino County, Arizona, the- same being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate, in said County of Coconino. Mrs. Mary Rodriguez. Administratrix of Mary Duffy, de ceased. Dated this 21st day of October, A. D. 1922. plied for adversely to applicant, or desiring to show its mineral charac ter, will file his objections to this ap plication with the Register and Re ceiver, of the U. S. Land Office, at Phoenix, Arizona, no later than Nov. ember 23, 1922. John R. Towles, Register. Begin pub. 10-20-22. Toads of Some Use in Curbing Certain Pests. Toads have been reputed to aid in curbing the numerous injurious in sects and other similar pests. To ascertain the facts in the case the Biological Survey of the United States Department of Agriculture has analyzed the contents of the stomachs of 502 common toads, and reports that while the findings regarding the choice of food are of interest they thus far fail to demonstrate that toads are of great economic impor tance. Toads go constantly about NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior. U. S. land Office at Phoenix, Arizona. October 21, 1922. NOTICE is hereby given that Em met L. Kincannon. of Williams. Ari zona, who on 9-30-1S & 4-23-20, made Homestead Entry, No SUMMONS NO. 1846 In the Superior Court of the State of Arizona, in and for the County of Coconino Edith Pearl Geer, Plaintiff, s. Frank Truman Geer, Defendant IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF ARIZONA, TO Frank Truman Geer, Defendant, GREETING : YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED And required to appear in an action brought against you by the above plaintiff in the Superior. Court of the btate of Arizona, in and for the Coun ty of Coconino, and answer the Com plaint therein filed with the Clerk of this said Court,, at Flagstaff, in said County, within twenty days after the service upon you of this Summons, if served in this said County, or in aJJ other cases within thirty days there after, the times above mentioned be- r r n r r .iumiaiwiu ""i i-tu. uiiiu-uioo- aiier, cne times a Dove mentioned be 50, for SW M NW N NW SW hi. J ing exclusive of the day of service or -r oo ti i An . r . 1 - i . . . ' cvuun o., xuwuauip io-ix., tange fjuagmenc Dy aefault will be taken 3-E., G. & S. R. B. & Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make Three Year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before Tom L. Rees, U. S. Commissioner, at Flagstaff, Arizona, on the 28th day of November, 1922. Claimant names as witnesses : Claude C. Thomasson, Archie W. Strange, James M. Miller, George McDougall, all of Williams, Arizona. 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 2nd day of November A. D., 1922. (SEAL) TOM L. REES, Clerk of the Superior Court By, FLORENCE AYER, Deputy Clerk.