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THE WEEKLY NEWS
CEO. U. YOUNG. Editor Ealml at the Poatofllce at Williams aa Second Clata Mall Matter. SUBSCRIPTION HATES Ooe Year WOO Six Month 1.7S Ttree Month 1. 15 Slojcle copy. IS Craw. A wroac or atsleaSlaf statcaeat mtit ? this paper d b cfceerfolly corrected If fcrooikt ' ta the atteatloa of Ceo- U. Yoaac- SATURDAY, JULY C, 1901 Official Paper of Coconino Co. Sal It will be the new Williams and on business principles. It has taken years of wishes on those in favof of it, years of dis couragements, and years of ob stacles, set backs, and losses in the last instance on the part of both. advocates for and against corporation. The town will be incorjx) rated, and one might say is incorporated, as the Board of Supervisors is in session at this writing and undoubtedly will is- iwe the edict before adjourning. Should this be done, it means the ; jtablishment of a fire limit, an equate system of water works td .all the other advantages of week, 'iyltiLBae are visible. Every cfcireaj- Ijhs been a man. The merc'hatnts burned out ordered goods in many instances before the fire had ceased burn ing. M. Salzman and Poison Bros, carried extensive stocks Poison Bros, were in one respect ttle more fortunate than Mr. ananas their main warehouse was Out of the path of the fire. Both gentlemen were fortunate in having cars of goods here and on the way. Salzman im mediately .telegraphed for sever al cars of goods more to be sent A gentleman remarked to the News Editor Thursday, "Will the News suspend publi cation?" When answered most emphatically in the negative, he further remarked, "Well, then, the town will build up again.. I .have never known a case where a town would rebuild after a ij; asterous fire like this if its news papers suspended." More wis dom than flattery in such remarks. The News is not allowed to miss an issue, it has been pre vented only by much labor, ex pense, kindness of Mr. Funston in allowing use of type and presses, and plenty of good hard hustling. Getting copy to print ers thirty-five miles away and getting out a paper, is work and inconvenience, yet the News will feel repaid if the people of Williams appreciate the effort. fx IS IS rx iS iS iS it s A rx iS rx rx S rx rx IS x 3 JOE JOHNSTON S. S. DERBYSHIRE i The Williams Hardware and Stationery Company S Bicycles, Crockery, Glassware and JL is rx IS IS rx rx rx iS rx IS iS ! fX iS Lamps, Stationery, Books Magazines Everything jn General Notions Complete Line of Hardware Williams salutes Flagstaff and trusts the Fourth was a glorious success. We all intended going down, but "she was agin us." Several went down on the side, and we can vouch for it that they all had ten apiece. by express, and before' the close of the week will be able to satisfy his many customers. EL M Twitty and Judge Ranney have rented buildings left of Mr. C. E. ce and will resume in a few days with complete stocks. July 2, 1900, the Santa Fe and Grand Canyon railroad building broke down in earnest, catching Williams for nearly two hundred thousand dollars. July 2, 1901, the business part of the town burned up, loss about three quarters of a million. July 3, 1901, petition universally signed for incorporation. July 4, 1901, everyone getting ready to assist in the rebuilding of Williams stronger, better, more beautiful greater than ever. How is good material and first- The News is under many ob ligations to Mr. C. M. Funston of the Coconino Sun at Flagstaff for cpurtesiesextended thig""yu Walk inland make yourself at home." Jj The Largest Lloe of Navajo Rus and Blankets. Grand Canyon Views. S Curios. Fresh Fruit, Nuts, Fine Candies. The Parker Lucky Curve and Waterman Fountain Pens. Butterick and Standard Patterns. fx fx S I g S xi Best Equipped Mill, and Box in the Southwest Factort MONTHLY PRODUCT, 2,000,000 FEET lvery one owing tne jnews a cent is requested to pay it, as, if we ever needed money, it's right now. We have a small keg of money due if all will be generous enough to pay it. The fire destroyed ten dwell ing honses, two hotels and thirty six business houses in the space of one hour. Quick work that. - For fellows of grit, Good Lord give us the business men of Wil liams forever. They are the right stuff. The fire was awful, yet let's trust it was a blessing in dis guise. Hotel Weallierford FLAOSTAFFAWZOHa One of tbe finest apporotaA VlWK la the sooth west. Electric Ucfcr. ateaa Heat Saattary I at prove AR5fT.rTFT.V nRK-PROnp Special attention given to the Tourist and Transient Trade. When In FlactaS atop at tbe Hotel Weatherford. For further Information, add) - - w r.i iStn. tto Eafcl1 - it - WM. F. DEEHONT, General Manager WILLIAMS, ARIZONA miuriCTUBiat or Arizona Soft Pine Lumber, Timber, Box Shooks, Lath, Mouldings, Cut Door Stook and Siding. OUR SPECIALTIES LOW PRICES GOOD G ood We Propose to Sell Everything in Our Line at Bed Rock Figures T. A. FLEMING, General Merchaodis J Call in and be Convinced that We Can Save You Money English Kitchen DEAR LET DEAR QtJONO DKAK GET Proprietors i OPEN DAY AND NIGHT ine Oysters and Game in Season THE BEST TREATMENT ACCORDED ALL LV . - - When you eet (iw! of eatinir the same thing: eTery-dajf. rtnewher else, come to tbe English - .KU.jeu-' and Jeet a GIVE US A TRIAL amt PTIJCTY'T A ULMl .. Imm. . - - lacstaFF, tvtin FIRST-CLASS J. W. WEATHERFORD. Prop.