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THE WILLIAMS NEWS THE NEW YORK STORE I y.IV. STILL, IIS THE LEAD JUST RECEIVED AN ELEGANT LINE OF Clothing and Furnishing Goods, Boots and Shoes Which MUST GO at Astonishing' Low Prices N. Fried berg. Prop. Railroad Ave. THE NEW YORK STORE THE WEEKLY NEWS C. A. NEAL, EJrtor PuMiabaa by NEAL. at DATLEY Entered at I be Portoffiw at Williams aa Jrrond Class Mall Matter SUBSCRIPTION RATES Hm Year $3.00 Ml Mouth 1-73 Three Month l.U Single copy, lo Centa. A wnag ee aln dfasg HiUaiat asada bjr thai paper win be cWrrtaOy cacrecteal H kroaght maratmilM SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 1. 19U1 Official Paper of Coconino Count rrrr omcsu Marry Pyle. Mayor J as. Kennedy, Marshal Wm. R. Poole. Clerk D. L. Cunnlnsham.A tly. A. Tyroler. Physician J. B. Girand. Engineer rrrr eocucti. Jw. Johnston B. F. Sweetwood K. R. Nellta George Wharton Harry Pyle Williams will soon be a rebuilt leautiful mountain city. The work f construction on the new build ings is progressing nicely and many of the brick and stone walls are al most complete. Williams has its share of eager watchers of the bulletins of news of President McKinley's condition, and all rejoice at the tidings of his improvement. The shock of the attempted assassination was a blow to the whole world, but no where was the feeling more evident than among our citizens. Work on tlfc cess pool in the rear of the new Laub buildings is pro gressing rapidly. Sinking will be continued to a depth of seventy-five or eighty feet. The cinder bed which underlies this entire district makes a natural drainage and by this means greatly alleviates a condition that could not well be otherwise avoided. The University of Arizona, which opens its fall term on the 16th, has arranged to receive a larger number of students than ever. President Parker, who has been a resident of Tucson for the past six years, has len asked to resign by the board, owing to charges that have been preferred against him. His place will be filled by Prof. Yale Adams, tending the selection of a new man, and it is hoped by all that Mr. Parker will be able to clear up the charges that are at present hanging over him. Whether he is guilty or innocent, the board acted wisely in the matter, as the fair name of the University of Arizona must be held above reproach. A Communication. To the Patrons of the Williams School: As principal of your school I am glad to report the splendid attend ance of the first two weeks, and the great interest manifested in each department of the school. The fac ulty thanks the parents for their promptness in supplying the books needed. Such co-operation makes our school life much more pleasant, and adds to the value of the work. The course of study this year has been arranged with the expectation that the pupils will do some study ing at home. This is not unjust or unreasonable and we know that no boy or girl will ever regret in after years the extra time spent in study. We ask you to work with us along this line, and perhaps we can assist you in keeping, or creating an in terest in home reading. Discipline should, and will, be maintained, but to avoid any mis understanding between parents and myself, I desire to say that I will confer with the parents before any severe punishment, and any physi cal or intellectual infirmity will le overlooked. On Monday mornings the whole school will assemble in the princi pal's room and any cases of irregu lar attendance or repeated tardiness will be inquired into. Jno. R. IIixtox. To the Mothers of School Children. A report has leen circulated about town to the effect that Eddie Ma lis is attending school while "scales of scarlet fever are falling from him." This report is false in every particular. The rash from which he suffered was so slight that he never did " scale off." I exam ined him last Monday and he at tended school with my permission. Dr. A. Tyroler, Health Officer. A train load of cattle, en route from Texas to California, passed Kingman last Tuesday -rith three cars on fire. Citizens extinguished two of the cars. The other was too far gone to put out. Some cat tlemen broke open the car door to release the cattle from the burning car, but the trainmen closed the door and refused to allow the cattle to be turned out. Twenty-five were burned alive. The car was run on a side track and allowed to burn. Many citizens witnessed the terrible scene of the cattle rushing frantically around in the car until burned to death. There was great indignation at the action of the trainmen. Republican. ciicrciies. METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH. Ber. W. C Geyer. pastor. Services as follows: Sunday srhool at 9:45 a- m. Preaching at 11 a. xn. and 9 p. m. Ep worth League serr. Ices Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Regular prayer meeting of the church Thursday at 7:30 p. m. The public will receive a cordial wel come to all the services. SOCIETIES. GRAND CANYON LODGE No. It. K. OF P. Meets every Thursday evening In I. O. O. F. hall. Visiting brethren cordially -loomed. E. H. Simpson. C. C. Joe Slater. V. C. J. Pbelan. K. of R. and 8. lIJJAMn LODGE No. 13. I. O. O. P.. meets every Wednesday nights at 7:30 o'clock In I. O. O. F. hall. Visiting brethren cordially welcomed. I). L. Cunningham. N. G. J. C. Caufman. V. G. II. F. Adams. Sec. WILLIAMS RKHEKAH LODGE No. 10, Meets every Friday night at 7:30 In I. O. O. F. ball. Lizzie Kennedy. X. G. Millie Kaiser. V. G. Allle Kllgore. Sec. PROFESSION AL. T L. CUNNINGHAM. ATTORNEY AT LAW. WILLIAMS. ARIZONA. Will Practice In all the Courts of Arizona. T TENRY F. AKHURST, ATTORNEY AT LAW. WILLIAMS. ARIZONA. Will Practice In all Courts of the Territory. Also Before the Land Department. You get the best job printing at the News office. WHEN YOU WANT A dc-llfloua MILK SHAKE. LEMONADE or dlxh of ICE CREAM call on H. C SANDERS A general line of Candles, Cigar. Fruit, New and Second-band Good. Call and aee me at the same old stand. H. C. SANDERS. HOTEL WEATHERFORD FLAGSTAFF. ARIZONA One of the finest appointed hotels in the southwest Electric Light, Steam Heat and all the Latest Sanitary Improvements ABSOLUTELY FIRE-PROOF Special attention given to the Tourist anl Transient Trade. When in Flagstaff, stop at the Hotel Weatherford. For further Information, address J. W. WEATHERFORD. Prop. FLAGSTAFF, o ARIZONA NOTICL'. The undersigned owners of the Last Chance. I.al Chance Extension, Amethyst and Ame thyst Extension mines, situated in Coconino county. Aiisona, having bonded and leased the same, will not he responsible, either themselves or the property, for any debts contracted for the same during the same period. T. A. FLEMING. JOHN L. DAVIS. Williams. Aria., June 34. 1901. s THIS SPACE RESERVED FOR J.C. PHELAN MEATS and GROCERIES w 8 8 4?