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THE WILLIAHS NEWS
17 V LOCAL R. R. Coleman came up from Prescott Monday. J. H. Sterling, the popular sheep man, was in town early this week You will find the best Havana cigar at the Cabinet. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Crowe, of Challender, were visitors in town Monday. Hon. II. F. Ashurst and Major A. E. Macomber were business visi tors in Flagstaff Monday. See our latest in the celebrated La Prelle-Williams shoe. Ranney & Harrell. Mrs. Mabel Miller, mother and daughter, came in from the canyon and left for Los Angeles Tuesday Deputy Sheriff Robt. J. Walker, of Flagstaff, came up from the Sky light City the first of the week on business. If you enjoy smoking a good ci gar, then buy it at the Cabinet. Contractor J. W. Thurber is on the sick list this week. He came up from Ash Fork Tuesday to se cure medical attention. D. G. Paine has resigned his io sition at the deot and has accepted a position with the Williams Hard ware and Stationery Co. Most any of the best brands of cigars or liquors you can find at the Cabinet. L. L. Ferrall, chief clerk for Con tractor J. W. Thurler, came up from the work south of Ash Fork last Tuesday for a visit with home folks. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Poole have rented Mr. Keeler's beautiful home on Fourth street and will move in as soon as a few alterations now under way are completed. Call in and look over our stock of La Prelle-Williams shoes, in tan and black. Prices are right. Ranney fc Harrell. Mrs. M. Stein, of Phoenix, passed through Williams on Monday's No. 2 on her way to New York City to lay in a large supply of ladies' fur nishings of the latest patterns. General Superintendent W. A. Drake, and J. H. Emmert, assis tant to President F. M. Murphy of the S. F., P.& P., passed through Williams Monday, enroute to Chicago. Deputy United States Marshal Reno, of Tucson, arfTi Flag staff last Monday irv : ' KitL one Jose Guitterez, who fcf Id on A. H. HARRELL Oeoeral Contractor STONE AND BRICK WORK A SPECIALTY Estimates Famished WILLIAMS, j ARIZONA the charge of starting a forest fire. He was located at Clark's valley, south of Flagstaff, where he was in the employ of Louis Yaeger as a sheep herder. Deputy Reno took Jose to Prescott for his preliminary hearing. If you are satisfied with any kind of a cigar, then buy it at the first place you come to. But if you want the best Havana goods, go to the Cabinet for them. Cal. Hodges, after an absence of two years, has returned again to the city. When we asked Cal. where he had leen keeping himself for so long, he winked knowingly, and replied: "Frisco!" L. Schey, the opular haber dasher, has returned to the city again after a business trip to Chi cago. Mr. Shey exects to open up a new stock of goods next week and will be pleased to see all his old customers. The corps of teachers for the coming year in the v imams school is as follows: J. R. Hinton. principal; L. E. Gifford, first grammar; .Miss .thel .Marine, second primary, and Miss Alice Mclntyre, first primary. Our line of La Prelle-Williams shoes is complete. Prices range from $2.50 to f 5.50. We are sole agents for these excellent goods. Rannev fe Harrell. Jas. Crowley came up last Sun day from Adamana to secure men for the work he has in hand at that place for the Santa Fe Pacific. Mr. Crowley has a contract for sinking a well twenty feet in diameter and fifty-five feet deep at that point and as soon as his work is completed a pumping plant will be installed to pump the water to the station one- half mile distant. MONEY TO LOAN U. S. Goramiislopcr Attorney at Law Notary Public Money loaned for building or on improved town prop erty at low rateol interest C. P. SILVERN AIL Wllllnmav. Arizona K. Mori mo to, a Jap workingman at Challender, was struck by train No. 2 last Tuesday evening, bus taining severe injuries about the head. Dr. Tyroler dressed his wounds and transferred him to the Santa Fe hospital at Albuquerque, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Phelan wil leave tomorrow for Los Angeles on a combined business and pleasure trip for a few days. While there Mr. Phelan will purchase furnish ings for his new grocery and meat market which will be ready for oc cupancy by the 15th of September. To those who drink whiskey for pleasure: Harper whiskey adds rest to existence. To those who drink whiskey for health's sake Harper whiskey makes life worth living. Sold by the Cabinet. A. Poison, of Garfield, Kansas, member of the firm of Poison Bros., of this city, arrived from the east the first of the week to assist in perfecting the plans for the large store building they now have decided to erect on their former business site. Prof. G. Wharton James, of Pasa dena, the well-known lecturer on the Grand Canyon, started from Canyon Diablo last Monday with a party of eastern tourists bound for the Moqui Snake dance. Later, he intends revisiting the Grand Can yon trails and Cataract Canyon. J. A. Locke, formerly connected with the News till the eventful night of July 2, when that estab lishment was so unceremoniously destroyed stopied off in Williams last Monday on his way from Den ver to Phoenix, where he has ac cepted the foremanship of the Ari zona Republican. Mrs. J. B. Remington, wife of Hon. J. B. Remington, member of the Kansas legislature, stopped off Tuesday's No. 2 for a visit with her sister, Mrs. T. A. Fleming, of this city. Mrs. Remington has been visiting in Glendora, California, with her daughter, Mrs. Jos. Ward, formerly a resident here. " L. Schey, who conducted a gents' furnishing store in Williams, Arizona, until the recent fire, is in the city calling on friends. He has been visiting with his parents in San Marcial for a few weeks. From here he goes to Williams and in a few days will open up a new stock of gents' furnishings." Albu querque Citizen. Mr. Schey arrived from Chicago, where he has been laying in a new supply of goods which he expects will arrive the first of the week. J. IB. Q I RAND Mem. Western Soc Engineers Civil and Mining Engineer U.S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor Railroad and Mining Surveys R. B. Burns, chief engineer of the Santa Fe Pacific, was shaking hands among his old friends in town Tuesday. Have you seen them ? Well, you should. Why should we go abroad to get fashions when we have a leader right here at home? On Wednesday evening the Hon. Henry Ashurst came striding down Will iams avenue, and immediately all eyes were turned toward his nether extremities, which appeared to be incased in the finest of white kid shoes. Nearer inspection disclosed the fact that they were of the lawn tennis species, but that did not ac count for their white appearance, which had a most dazzling effect effect upon the eyes. Henry says "Tom, the Shine," is to blame, but Tom strictly avers that Henry is simply advertising a new grade of lime. Major and Mrs. McClintock, of Phoenix, returned to Arizona Mon day from Colorado, where they went to attend the annual reunion of Roosevelt's Rough Riders, of which the Major is retiring presi dent. Tuesday, Mrs. McClintock and Miss Anne Rhodes started by train for a two weeks' trip into the Grand Canyon region. They will visit the Berry and Bright Angel trails and thereafter take private conveyance to Tobe-Kobe trail and into Cataract Canyon, where they will spend several days sightseeing and botanizing. Miss Rhodes, whose home is on Staten Island, New York, is a lecturer of note, whose trips and whose lectures have covered many of the most in teresting points of the western continent. One of her favorite lec tures is that upon Arizona, for which she accumulated data while here two years ago. Regularly em ployed by the New York lecture bureau, it is doubtful if any other agent is more effective in bringing Arizona before the notice of the in terested eastern public. On her present trip she will add to her lec tures one on the mines of the southwest.