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8 THE WILLIAMS NEWS DR. GEO. B.PRATT, ARIZONA'S LEADI.NQ OPTICIAN, WILL BE MERE SEPT. 10 AND II. 1 1 -wzi I EAY-EYE EASE. Juiek relief from that nerTe-p1lftfnff head rhrromr with (laJaea properly fitted to cor-rr-t rye traln. You perhap realtxe the nerrwwlty of protect inf Tour erm with k!m-. but don't realtxe the nrwtijr of protecting your-If from poar optician. Kipnit the ame judgment In select In Toor optician that you would III cl-ctln- your phyician. You are ure of accurate and skillful aerrlce here. Your het judgment and our guarantee make It a ure thing. I will Imp In WiUUmm at irmnd Canyon hotel. rt. loand 11. Cuna lattn and examination f re. Rrmem tT. Ir. Pratt make regular trip to W UUim and all hi work guaranteed. DR. GEO. B. PRATT, THE OPTICIAN 1 4 0 W. Was hi n gton St.. PHOENIX LOCALS. See the notice of the Val Verde Copier Co. on page 6. Mrs. Lyman Tlfree has leen visiting friends in the city the past few days. W. W. Bass returned to the Grand Canyon yesterday after a short sojourn in the city. Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Dodson left Thursday for Prescott. where they will make their future home. W. F. MoAdams returned Thurs day from Needles where he had leen looking after his ore shipment to that point. Owing to the heavy trade Post master Simjson has decided to change the hour for closing the money order department from 5 to .s p. m. Miss Alice Mclntyre arrived in the city this week to resume her duties as primary teacher in the puhlic school, after a pleasant sum mer vacation. Mr. M. F. Logan and Johnnie Juhl arrived here from Clinton, Iowa, August 9, to accept ositions with the Saginaw and Manistee Lumlier Co. They are experienced Iumlermen, and will, no doubt, fill their positions well. County Assessor J. B. Jones has lieen wearing one of his most pleas ant smiles the iast two days be cause of the arrival at his home of a beautiful little daughter. Mrs. Jones is progressing nicely under the care of Dr. A. G. RouYiseville, and Leon, well, he appears to Ik? as proud as anyone. When asked how he liked his little sister, Pauline, he said: "You bet, I like her, but she is not as pretty as I am." Engineer C. W. Whitney, who has charge of the work on the Grand Canyon railroad, was a visitor in town the first of the week. It is unsafe to lay a package down nowadays. Last night when Harry Porter reached home he discovered that someone had placed a ackage of rocks where he had put some sweet potatoes, and in his hurry was not aware of the change until he wanted his supjer. G. A. Emery, the lightning artist, gave an exhibition at the Cabinet Thursday evening. His work was of a high character, showing great ability in his line. Beautiful landscajn; and other views simply grew Uon the can vas uncler his rapid master touch. Miss Minnie Montague, sister of Mrs. Mabel Miller, of the Bright Angel hotel, returned to her home in Los Angeles yesterday. Miss Montague is the cashier vf the Pasa dena Electric railwaj Miss Monta gue is a charming young ladj who made hosts of friends during her brief visit here. Rev. and Mrs. H. W. Bennett and daughter, who, in company with Mr. and Mrs. H. F.Adams, Mabelle and Bert Adams and A. A. Coupland, spent some time at the Grand and Cataract canyons, re turned last Saturday evening, having had a most delightful trip. Mr. and Mrs. Bennett and daugh ter left on Monday's No. 2 for their home in the east, having received a most favorable impression of this western country in general. T. J. Bruner sient the first of the week in the city on a visit with his parents. Tom at present is cashier in M. McBridc's store at Seligman, but exiects to resign alout the first month, when he will visit San Francisco. Alout Novemler 1 he will return to this city with a large stock of jewelry which himself and father will open up in the new IXnlson building, if completed by that time. Art Bar too, who ha's leen here the past month with a string of western horses, of which he has disposed of a numtier in this -ounty, rei-ently received a copy of Tiik Williams (Arizona) News contain ing an account of the big fire that swept over that place July 2. On looking it over we notu-e that Pol son Bros., formerly of Garfield, sustained a loss estimated at fifty thousand dollars. Fortunately, Mr. Bartoo's home was not in the lath of the fire. Poison Bros., the li jht says, had carjienters at work transforming their warehouse into a store room before the flames that consumed their other stand had subsided. Kansans, vou know. Larned (Kansas) Weelcly Chrono-scojie. AUGUST TETZLAFF MERCHANT TAILOR A Full Line of Gent's Furnish ing? Carried in Stock Clothes Cleaned and Repaired Now Located in Our Nnr Bide. Opp. Boyca Hotel VMJAMS, J ARIZONA John McCarty ' Remains. Judge L. W.Quinlan, upon leing notified that the ImhIv of John Mc Carty had leen found, went out last week to hold an in quest. He was accompanied by Joseph Iay, John Reilly, II. C. IlibWn, Bain Black, Joseph Amundsen, Charles Green and James Murray. After a hard trip and a thorough examination, the conclusion was reached that Mc Carty came to his death by the ex plosion of his gun and that a ltear. or some wild animal, had molested the lody or mangled it some time after life was extinct. The remains were satisfactorily identified by his clothing, ring, gun, amunition, etc. The lody was taken in charge by the proper authorities and brought to Flagstaff, where it was prepared for shipment by Undertaker John Reilly. Tuesday, the remains were shipped to Phtenix for interment. Flagstaff (Jem. You get the ln'st job printing at the News office. Council Proceed in jrs. At town hall the common council of the town of Williams met on Tuesday, Aug. 20, at 8 p. m., pur suant to adjournment. Present: Jos. Johnston, F. R. Nellis, B. F. Sweetwood, Geo. Wharton, and the mayor. The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and approved. The rejort of Jas. B. Girand of work done by him on sidewalk grades for various parties was sub mitted, whereuion the following resolution was offered by Mr. Wharton: "Whereas. J. B. Girand was instructed by the mcmlters of the common council of the town of Williams, and whereas, no provis ion had len made by the common council to comjtensate the said J. B. Girand for such work before ordinance No. 14 was adopted by said common council, therefore, be it resolved, by the mayor and the common council of the town of Williams, that the said J. B. Girand receive for such work heretofore done by him the same fees as allowed the town enngieer by ordi nance No. 14, and that the town clerk is hereby instructed o draw warrant on the treasurer for the amount of $40.00, to J. B. Girand, town engineer." The same was adopted on the mo tion of Mr. Johnston, seconded. by" Mr. Nellis. to le known as resolu tion No. 3. A projMised ordinance was read, entitled "An Ordinance to Estab lish a Health Department for the Town of Williams." On motion of Mr. Johnston, seconded by Mr. Wharton, the same was adopted, to Ik; known as ordinance No. 15.- The next business in order was the reading of bids of Drs. Rounse ville, Melick and Tyroler, for the position of town health officer. Same were referred to a special committee, comjiosed of Mr. John ston, Mr. Wharton and the mayor, to rejort at the next meeting of council with recommendations, on motion of Mr. Wharton, seconded by Mr. Sweetwood. A proposed ordinance was read, entitled "An Ordinance Granting a Franchise to the G. C. E. L. and P. Co., (a co-partnership composed of James Walsh and P. A. Melick) to Maintain a Light Plant Within the Corporate Limits of the Town of Williams for the Purpose of Furnishing Electric and Gas Lights to the Inhabitants of the Town aforesaid, and for Other Purposes." Same was referred to the committee on streets and sidewalks, on mo tion of Mr. Nellis, seconded by Mr. Wharton. A resolution was offered by Mr. Sweetwood, as follows: "Resolved, that the bill of sale from a number of parties to the town of Williams of the building situate on lot No. 4 in block No. 16, in Williams town site, as surveyed and platted by II. C. Nutt, trustee for the A. & P. railroad company, le accepted by the common council of the town of Williams, to be used by the said common council as a town hall and courthouse, and that the clerk place the same on file in his oflice. On motion of Mr. Wharton, sec onded by Mr. Johnston, the same was adopted, to le known as reso lution No. 4. The committee on streets and sidewalks having in charge certain ordinances, and the committee on ways and means having in charge certain ordinances, including an amendment to ordinance No. 7, asked further time to report. Whereupon the meeting was ad journed to meet Tuesday, August 27, at 8 p. m.