THE WILLIAHS NEWS
Rev. G. W. Geyer preached at
Ash Fork last Sunday evening.
See our latest in the celebrated
La Prelle-Williams shoe. Ranney
Attorney J. E. Jones, of Flag
staff, was in the city Thursday.
Rev. II. B. Long and T. C. Job,
of Prescott, were canyon visitors
For Sale. Lot, CSxl40 ft. Best
location in town for opera house.
C. P. Silverxail.
C. E. Boyce returned the first of
the week from a short business trip
to Los Angeles.
Mayor Pollock, of Flagstaff, sjent
several days in the city this week
as the guest of Mayor Pyle.
You will find the lest Havana
cigar at the Cabinet.
Mr. J. M. Dennis, of the J. M.
Dennis Lumber Co., at Maine, was
a business visitor in the city
County Superintendent N. G.
Lay ton was up from Flagstaff last
Monday on business connected with
Our line of La Prelle-Williams
shoes is complete. Prices range
from $2.50 to 15.50. We are sole
agents for these excellent goods.
Ranney & IlarrelL
L. L. Ferrall came up from Ash
Fork Monday and left for the
Grand canyon on a business and
Genial Harry Laub has lieen in
the city most of the week looking
after the commencement of his new
Most any of the best brands of
cigars or liquors you can find at
Mrs. J. W. ThurlxT arrived from
Los Angeles the first of the week
where she has leen enjoying the
Mrs. O. C. Lewis left last week
for her old home in Utica, Kansas,
where she will visit with her jar
ents for some time.
Call in and look over our stock
of La Prelle-Williams shoes, in
tan and black. Prices are right.
Ranney tfc Harrell.
S. S. Derbyshire, of the Williams
Hardware and Stationery Co., has
leen very sick this week with what
at first appeared to be mountain
fever. However, an iron constitu
tion has triumphed, and he is again
attending to his duties.
A. li . HARRELL
STONE AND BRICK
WORK A SPECIALTY
WILLIAMS, jt ARIZONA
If you enjoy smoking a good ci
gar, then buy it at the Cabinet.
J. W. Thurber came up from the
"cut-off" the first of the week in an
effort to benefit his health, which
has been poorly of late.
Judge A. C. Baker, formerly chief
justice of the territory, accompan
ied by his son, Alexander, visited
the canyon on last Wednesday.
Martin Buggeln, the popular
manager of the Bright Angel hotel,
at the Grand Canyon, came in
Monday, returning again Tuesday.
"Uncle Dave" Finnie was shak
ing hands with his host of friends
around town the first of the week.
He is now located in the Jerome
B. F. Sweetwood left for the east
last Wednesday to purchase new
fixtures for the Keystone-Monogram,
mention of which was made
in last week's issue.
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.
E. T. Phelan exect8 to leave
about the loth of September for
Needles, where he will look over
the business situation with a view
to locating at that place.
Russell Stone, who for some
months past has leen employed at
the Bright Angel trail in the capac
ity of guide, came in this week for a
short visit with home folks.
Miss Anna Nagiller came up
from Ash Fork last Saturday even
ing for a day's visit with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Nagiller,
returning Monday afternoon.
Dr. A. Tyroler returned Tuesday,
last, from a sightseeing and pleas
ure trip to the Moqui country.
The doctor reports a delightful
time and a most enjoyable trip.
Mrs. Anna Perkins and children,
accompanied by Miss Violet Lewis,
daughter of Mrs. O. C. Lewis, came
up from Winslow Sunday evening,
returning home Monday morning.
Ed. De Forest, proprietor of the
Front street tonsorial parlors, left
for Los Angeles Thursday for a
two-weeks' visit with his family,
whom he has not seen for some
During the absence of Rev.
Geyer at Ash Fork last Sunday,
Rev. Bennett, who has been visit
ing Mr. and Mrs. II. F. Adams, oc
cupied the pulpit and delivered a
most able address.
Mrs. Jas. II. McClintock and
Miss Anne Rhodes, who have been
"doing" the Grand Canyon for the
past two weeks, came in a few days
ago and left for Phoenix, the home
of Mrs. McClintock.
To those who drink whiskey for
pleasure: Harper whiskey adds
zest to existence. To those who
drink whiskey for health's sake
Harper whiskey makes life worth
living. Sold by the Cabinet.
Mr. E. Lamb, of this city, wishes
to state to parties desiring to make
overland trips to the Grand Can
yon that he has a first-class team
which he will rent reasonably, or
will accompany as guide and driver.
Charles Canall has completed
his telephone line between this
point and Riordan, and expects to
have the line between Williams
and Flagstaff in operation by Sep
tember 15. Mr. Canall was a Will
iams visitor this week.
Prof. G. Wharton James, accom
panied by Photographer Pierce, re
turned Wednesday from the snake
dance and left for the Grand can
von. The gentlemen expect to
make a ten-days' trip across the
canyon and will visit Point Sublime
and other places of interest.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Phelan re
turned last Saturday evening from
Los Angeles, where Mr. Phelan
went to purchase supplies for his
new meat market and grocery.
Among the new furnishings to ar
rive is a large cooling room, 10x14
in size; two large meat blocks, a
handsome oak fish tray, etc. A
large consignment of goods for his
grocery department is on the road,
and when his new building is ready
for occupancy, which will be about
September 10, Mr. Phelan will
have an elegant business place.
MONEY TO LOAN
U. S. Cnmmlmiooer
Attorney at Law Notary Public
Money loaned for building;
or on Improved town prop
erty at low rate of interest
C P. SILVERN AIL
J. IB. Q I RAND
Mem. Western Hoc Engineers
Civil and Mining' Engineer
U.S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor
Railroad and Mining; Surveys
Mr. W. II. Furlow, the compe
tent head bookkeeper for the J. M.
Dennis Lumber Co., at Maine, was
a business visitor in the city Wed
nesday and incidentally dropped in
to say "howdy" to the News force.
Judge R. E. Sloan and party left
Wednesday for the canyon, where
they expect to remain for several
days. They had just returned
from the snake ' dance, where a
large number of sightseers were
present this year.
Mrs. M. J. Rounseville, accom
panied by her mother, Mrs. J. R.
Twitty, returned from Prescott this
week, where they have been on a
visit with Mr. Fred Twitty for the
past two weeks. Their return was
occasioned by the illness of little
At the last meeting of the com
mon council, Dr. A. Tyroler was
appointed city physician and health
officer for the ensuing year. The
bids of Drs. Melick, Rounseville
and Tyroler were uniform, namely,
one hundred dollars a year.
L. A. Grant and wife were visitors
at the Grand Canyon Tuesday.
Mr. Grant is a member of the cele
brated railroad contracting firm of
Grant Bros., of Los Angeles and
Albuquerque, who have recently
completed the coast line between
San Francisco and Los Angeles for
the S. P. Co.
Owing to lack of space we were
unable to mention the new equip
ment which was received by Geo.
W.Martin for his butcher shop now
nearing completion. Among the
many articles received was a Star
Brand lard kettle of the most im
proved pattern, the main feature of
which is that all impurities in the
lard are carried off through a flue;
a 1,200 lb. Buffalo scale, and a 24
lb. self-computing market scale.
Mr. Martin has another large ship
ment of goods on the road which
are due to arrive soon, and when
his new building is completed,
which will be about September 10,
he will have a most perfectly equip
ped meat market.
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