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FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 17, 1922.
THE WILLIAMS NEWS- FOE SALE Grand Canyon Hotel 1 3 Room How & Lot 8 Houses. 6 Lots 1 5 Room Hons 2 Lots 1 Red Lake Ranch 1 Ranch, 130 Acres, 100 Head Cattle ' , 1 S Room House, 2 Lots 1 4 Room ished. lodern House Furn- ' 1 6 Room House Modern Partly furnished 1 3 Room House Partly Furnishd 3 Big City Lots Fenced, Bis Barn and Sheds. 1 Store ..Building ..and.. 1 brick building on 6 half lots, for sale. W. H. ALLISON Real Estate and Insurance Beautiful picture frames at Rat tsliff's Studio for the Christmas trade. An oil colored picture of Bill Williams Mountain makes a lovely gift to your friends. Come see them. RATCLIFF o o o FOOD SALE NOV. 18. The Woman's Club trill hold a food Sale on Saturday, November 18, at E. J. Kirwan's grocery store. Come and get some delicious home cooked food for your Sunday dinner. adv. ' Mr. and Mrs. Marshal Gilson spent Saturday and Sunday visiting with friends and relatives in Williams, re turning to Ash Fork again oil Sunday night. Mr. Gilson, who is manager of the Northern Arizona Mercantile Co. Garage at Ash Fork, came up again on Monday to have some work done for the Ash Fork light Plant. o o o Mrs. M. B. Startzman and her mother arrived home Sunday morn- ling from Phoenix. Mrs. Startzman, is improving slowly after her few weeks CAN YOU BEAT IT? Ladies Winter Weight Unions Ladies Fall Weight Unions Misses Ribbed Union Suits Boys Ribbed Union Suits Boys Two Piece Fleeced Suits 90c 80c 80c to 75c 60c to 78c 60c to 75c Boys Fleeced Shirts & Drawers 30 to 40c each Getting in New Groceries Most Every Day FOR GENUINE; BARGAINS, GO TO KIRBY'S ORDER YOUR CHRISTMAS CARDS NOW -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. 1 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 x aooooooooooaoooooooooooaaooooooooooos Mr. merchant You Need the. Netvspaper The newspaper of today is the most powerful medium of advertising on earth. In the old days the merchant may have thought he was a benefactor and that he was contrib uting his Bit "as a public-spirited citizen" when he carried a two-inch space in the village paper every week in the year and generally without change of copy. Possibly he was. But that is changed now. A new' order has arrived. People read advertisements. Many find their greatest in terest in looking over the advertising pages to get news that will save them money, and, take it from John D Rockefeller, the way to save your dollars is first to save, your pennies. Advertisements today are right up to the minute. They are as fresh as the news of the world or the latest baseball score. Live merchants cater to live people and they know they must not alone be up to the minute, but they must be some distance ahead. They must anticipate the wants of their customers. And they do. Torn to the advertisements in this paper right now. - Just read what the merchants are offering. Notice the invitations for you to do business with them. Notice how attractively the adver tisements are set up and how inviting they are. Do you know that some firms' think so much of a style of type that they buy series of it just for their advertisement? You can never mistake B. Altman's advertisement. As soon as you see the open type you know it is Altaian's advertisement without looking for the name. This is true of many firms. . Business men that is the successful ones know advertising pays bjg returns. Unsuccessful men don't advertise because they are unsuccessful. That's the answer. 'Look over your town right now and pick out the big firms. They're the advertisers. Advertising is the tonic that puts dividends in the banks. v Everybody reAds advertisement today.- Mr. Merchant, is your advertisement in this newspaper? LOCAL NEWS . Mr. Marion Fix has moved his fam ily into the Daggs residence. o o o Mrs. Jim Gregg of Flagstaff, was in Williams last week visiting her par ents and Mr. and Mrs. E. Easton,'and also completing some dentistry with Dr. E. A. Miller. , o o o Having transferred his sheep to southern range, Mr. Robert Daggs and family left Saturday, overland, for their winter home in Phoenix. O O O Mrs. J. C. Butler has recovered front- a very severe case of Lflgrippe. The family of Otis Kent left over land, for Glendale where they will re main during the winter months. o o o r Miss Bertha HofFner of the Forest Service office, left Wednesday for a few days visit with friends in Snow- flake. o o o Due to the ' inclemency of the weather the Florence Crittenton Com mittee postponed their sewing bee but hope to meet Friday the 17th at the home of Mrs. M. Buggeln. o o - o Mr. Forest RounseVille is to return to Colton and spend the winter with his family there, just as soon as bus iness at the local Standard Oil com pany station settles down into winter quietude. . ' O O With present plans carrying the Methodist Ladies Aid Bazaar to be held December 7th., at the Old Opera House, promises to be one of the great attractions. Miss Rorex has charge of the entertainment program which will be an added attraction over former bazaars, and, promises decided, success. o o o Mr. Raleigh Reese is in Phoenix on business. o o o The ladies of the Episcopal church are planning the reorganization of the St. Margaret's Guild, an organization which has in the past been of valuable aid in many worthy causes. o o o Miss Evelyn Duncan and- Mrs. F. Bly were joint hostesses on Friday evening at a delightful party at the home of Mrs. Bly. The members of the high school Junior and Sophomore classes were their guests. The earlier part of the evening was spent in play ing hearts. Miss Dorothy Nagiller and Miss Grace McLean won thefirst and consolation prizes, respectively. Merry games and dancing followed by ' delicious refreshments concluded the evening's entertainment, o o o At the home of Mrs. F. Bly, last Thursday evening a few close friends complimented Miss Nora Buss the bride elect, with a miscellaneous shower. After the intimacies of such occasions dear to the heart of, femi ninity had been indulged in, the young men friends of the guests were invited and the rest of the evening was happily spent in dancing. ' o o o Miss Doris Drennan left Sunday for Phoenix to consult specialists there and if necessary to undergo an oper ation for a possible case of mastoid itis. While in Phoenix she will be a guest in the home of Mrs. I. P. Mc Conkey. r . ' o o o At the next' meeting of the "La Reina de Clubs,', a spelling match will ensue, all words being spelled in the Spanish language. This will prove to be an arduous- task but none the less interesting however. There is no better way to master a foreign language than thru the actual usage, and Miss Evelyn Duncan, ' Spanish teacher of the high school is to be highly commended for her or iginality in bringing her pupils' les sons so vividly and entertainingly be- El 11 UU JL J.2.Y IELY SPECIAL Hosiery WOMEN'S PURE THREAD SILK HOSE Mercerized top, double heel and sole . Specially priced at WOOL HOSIERY $1.50 f Best grade .Heather Mixture, good . colors, prices from' ' " $1.00 to $3.00 M imsing Wear for Women UNION SUITS In wool mixtures $1.75 to $3.00 For Our Boys and Girls Our winter supply of nice warm garments is here to fill the needs of healthy out-door chil dren. For skating and coasting they will need: Sport Wool Hose . Wool Sweaters Wool Gloves Heavy Cloth Overcoats $ .65 42.25 to S.OO $ .SO to $I.SO $S.OO Toilet Goods This department is freshly stocked with all the latest cosmetics. The brands are the latest on the market. COLGATE PALMOLIVE WILLIAMS , Shaving Cream and Sticks, Colgates, Wil liams and Palm Olive. Tooth Paste: Peb eco, Colgates, Pepsodent. FACE CREAMS i Hinds Cold Cream Palm Olive Cold Cream Ponds Cold Cream ' Daggett and Ramsdells Cold Cream PERFUMES Mixed boxes consisting of Florient Perfamc, Rouge and Vanity Case, Colgate Toiler Water, in variety of odors. Pat up in attractive boxes: Monad Violet, Dactylis, Caprice, Rose FACE POWDER lie Trefle Incaraat, Fiance, Florient, Azu rea, Djer-Kiss and Blue Rose in Rachel, Flesh and White. SOAPS Scented soaps and soaps that are unscented and altogether soaps that are good for the skin. Woodbury's Facial Caticnra Colgate Eclat - i . Cashmere Bouquet Ana others put up attractively. New line of Vanity Cases in gold and ebony with cake of best powder and fancy puff enclosed. i Rouge, Up Sticks. Eyebrow Pencils. Hansen Gloves BABBITTS Wilson Bros. .Shirts AT THE SULTANA SATURDAY, NOV. 18TH. TOM MIX in , "JUST TONY" , Tom's pony almost stole the honors in this one, by his almost human in-J telligence ABSOLUTELY WON- IiERFUL! . Fox SUNDAY, NOV. 19TH. SPECIAL CAST in "Jan of the Big, Snows" A picturization of James Oliver Cur- wood's throbbing human story of the Hudson Bay Country. American MONDAY, NOV. 20TH. ' SPECIAL CAST in "Spanish Jade" A thrilling story of Spanish life actually filmed in Spain. Paramount TUESDAY, NOV. 21ST. LI LA LEE & LOIS WILSON in "Is Matrimony a Failure" V A scream of a comedy ! If you really love to laugh, don't fail to see this ' one. : above figures will show a marked re vision by the close of the season. The per cent in silos will probably be low ered, and the per cent used as forage will be raised. Growth of grain sorghums was checked by the cold wave early in the month and harvest is now well un der way. Much of the grain sorghum is being cut with the stocks entire, in stead of heading the usual way. It is probable that much of the crop in JOHN E. TOWLES, , Register. Begin pub. 10-27-22. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. -S. Land Office at Phoenix, Arizona, October 14, 1 922. NOTICJ3 is hereby given that George G. Fisher, of Parks, Arizona. r-as month. .Grain is shattering from the head when stocks are cut. Paramount WEDNESDAY, NOV. 22ND. fore them. oooocoocooseooGoooffiCiocceosooocooaoooaiocoooow BUSS-VICKLAND Miss Nora Buss, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Buss, became the bride of Mr. Henry Vickland, Monday the thirteenth, at Stockton, Cal. ' The young couple will make their home at Bay Point, Cal. where Mr. Vickland is employed. Mrs. Vickland was brought up in Williams and by her sweet winsomeness, has won a legion of friends here, who are extending their heartiest congratulations and best wishes to the young couple. Catarrh) Cannot Be Cared br LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they cannot reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh is a local disease, greatly influ enced by constitutional conditions. HALL'S CATARRH MEDIC'NB will cure catarrh. It Is taken internally and acts through the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the System. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE Is composed of some of the best tonics known, combined with some of the best blood purifiers. The perfect combination of the ingredients in HALL'S CATARRH MBDICINB la what produces such won derful results In catarrhal conditions. Xrucsiets 7Sc Testimonia 's free. jr. ,1. Cheney Jk Co.. Props.. Toledo. Q. ALL STAR CAST in ...."The Shiek's Wife" A Vitagraph SPECIAL! Rich and spectacular! Critics claim this one better than "The Shiek". Remember IT'S A SPECIAL! Vitagraph THURSDAY, NOV. 23RD. . ' VIOLA DANA in "The $5 Baby"- COMEDY? Well I'll say it is! By far the best comedy you havesen this season. It's a Scream ! ' Metro FRIDAY, NOV. 24THi (Comedy Night) !' CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG in "The Worldly Madonna" Clara's very BEST picture. We rec ommend it as having 100 per cent en tertainment value. All Star 2 reels comedy "Thd Reporter" Lupino Lane. made Homestead Application the southern valleys will be fed off. j 054401 under the provisions of the Pasture on stubble fields is now sell- ct of April 28, 1904,for the SE ing around $1.50 per heard, per ftWSE4, SESW4SWl-4SEl-4 Section 2, T. 21-N., R. 4-E., G. & S. H. B. & M. Any person claiming the land ap- Agent for Klim Powdered milk. pHed fr dverseIr applicant, or Home 4 to 6 P. M. and after 7 P. M. ' 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. s 3 ohn R. Towles, Register. Begin pub. 10-20-22. MRS. HOCHGRAEF NOTICE TO CREDITOR'S 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 the 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. I 1922. S. Arizona Crop Report For November According to a report just issued by the Division of . Crop and Live Stock Estimates, United States De partment of Agriculture, the yield per acre of corn in Arizona, is less than previously "estimated. Contin ued dry: weather and early frosts are the factors in the change. Approximately 20 per cent of Ari zona's acreage of corn this season will be husked for grain; 70 per cent will be used in silos; and 5 per cent will be cut for forage. Due to continued cold weather, it is expected that the j NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. I and Office at Phoenix, Arizona, October 21, 1922. NOTICE is hereby given that Em met L. Kincannori, of Williams, Ari zona, who on 9-3 0-1 & & 4-23-20, made Homestead Entry, No. 043130-0455-50, for SW NW U , N NW Z S W , Section 32, Township 23-N., Range 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, 1 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. SUMMONS NO. 1846 In the Superior Court of the State of Arizona, in and for the County of ' Coconino Edith Pearl Geer, Plaintiff, . ' - , ,n 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 State 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 all other cases within thirty days there after, the times above mentioned be ing exclusive of the day of service, or a judgment by default 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 2nd day of November A. D., 1922. (SEAL) . TOM L. REES, Clerk of the Superior Court By, FLORENCE AYER, Deputy Clerk.