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AM5 NEWS 5 LOCALS Mrs. C. F. Miller was in from the ranch Tuesday. You will find the lest Havana cigar at the Cabinet. Mr. Wm. Ergmann, who recently returned from California, is busily engaged these days beautifying sev eral residences in the city. J. Caufman, of Williams, was here yesterday and purchased seventy-five head of beef cattle from Bowen Bros. Holbrook Argus. For Sale. Lot 50x142 feet. The above lot has 242 feet street front age. C. P. Silvern ail. Dr. Geo. B. Pratt, Arizona's leading optician, was in the city Tuesday and Wednesday looking after the interests of his many pat rons here. Roy Kilgore, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Kilgore, will leave on Monday for Tucson to again re sume his studies at the University of Arizona. Most any of the lest brands of cigars or liquors you can find at the Cabinet. Ed DeForest, the rustling pro prietor of the Front street barber shop, returned last Saturday from a most pleasant visit with his wife and family in Los Angeles. Oswald Rueckert, who for so long has been the popular manager of the Grand Canyon hotel, resigned his position last Monday and left for Flagstaff on a short pleasure jaunt. For Sale or Leae. The prop erty known as Rowe's Well, near brink of Grand Canyon. Address Saxford Rowe, Cantonement, Oklahoma Ter. Dr. J. E. Harper, wife and son, arrived the first of the week from Chicago. The doctor has been around since shaking hands with his many friends here. Accompanied by his wife and son, he left Tuesday for the Cataract Canyon country to re turn tomorrow. AUGUST TETZLAFF MERCHANT TAILOR A Full Line of Gent's Furnish ings Carried in Stock Clothes Cleaned and Repaired Now LocfJ m Our New BUg. Opp. Borc Hotel VHilAMS. J ARIZONA A. H . HARRELL Oeaeral Contractor STONE AND BRICK WORK A SPECIALTY Estimates Furnished WILLIAMS, J ARIZONA If you enjoy smoking a good ci gar, then buy it at the Cabinet. After a short visit with his wife, in this city, Mr. M. C. Sharpneck again returned to Prescott Mon day, last, where he is busily engaged in prospecting some very flattering mining properties. Fred Twitty, having secured a sixty-day lay-off from his duties on the S. F., P. it P., has returned to this city and i once more handling the ribbons on the delivery wagon of Twitty & Parker. 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 liest Havana goods, go" to the Cabinet for them. Mr. Wm. Hayward left last Sat urday for Phoenix and other south ern points with a view to finding a new business location. A host of friends will greatly regret it should Mr. Hayward decide to move from Williams. J. W. Thurlwr, the first of the week, went over to Isletta and se cured about forty Indians whom he took back with him to Ash Fork and placed at work on the "cut-off." The work is progressing rapidly and will be completed shortly. That underground river fake from Safford seems to take, among the outside newspapers, at least. It originated at El Paso in the mind of some resourceful drummer. The Gila valley papers in thaj vi cinity don't seem to have discover ed the underground river, as yet. Globe Silver Belt. A jolly party, composed of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith, of this city, Mrs. A. M. Cameron and Mrs. M. C. Wisehart, of Flagstaff, and Dr. and Mrs. Conner, of Phoenix, spent last week at Oak creek enjoying the beauties of that delightful place. Fred says that while they arrived too late to catch any trout the season having already closed the way they put away the good things Mrs. L. II. Thomas, the hostess, set lx-fore them, was a caution. On Monday morning, last, Mrs. J. J. Gilson presented her husband with a bouncing baby boy. From the way Jim made music that day on his anvil there was no question as to the pleasant frame of mind in which his customers found him. Mrs. Gilson is progressing nicely under the care of Dr. Melick. On last Saturday Mr. J. J. Gil son received the sad news of the death of his sister, Mrs. J. C. Nicewander, of Joplin, Mo. Her death occurred on Friday and the first intimation he had of her sickness was when he received the telegram announcing her death, which occurred very unexpectedly. W. W. Bass returned Monday from a ten days' trip in the canyon country where he had been acting as guide for Dr. Barch,of St. Louis, and Mrs. Gaylor, of Ridgewood, N. J. Mrs. Gaylor, it will be remem bered, is the lady who was lost in the canyon about a year ago. Mr. Bass returned to the canyon again Tuesday and will join Prof. James on his trip across the river to Point Sublime. Mrs. J. M. Dennis, of Rhodes, and Miss Mahal Mattoon, of Mus kegon, Michigan, spent Monday and Tuesday here. Miss Mattoon, who is a recent arrival from the east, was attending the teachers' examination, and will teach the school at Rhodes this year. Mrs. Dennis, who is the secretary and treasurer of the J. M. Dennis Lum ber company, was here on business. Coconino Sun. Editor Smith, of the Whittier News, and Dr. L. D. IIockett,of the same city, called at the Eye office last Thursday. The gentlemen were enroute to the Grand Canyon, but the sights which await them will be exceedingly tame as com pared with what they saw in Need les. Needles Eye. Mr. Smith was a most pleasant caller at the News office during his brief stay in Williams, and in jus tice to the gentleman we must say that he never even mentioned the time he may have had in Needles in comparison with the Grand Can yon. There is no comparison to make. MONEY TO LOAN U. S. Commissioner Attorney at Law Notary Public Money loaned for building or on Improved town prop, crtjr at low rale ul inu-rvat C P. SILVERN AH. Williams, Arizona J. B. Q I RAND Mem. Western 8oc. Engineers Civil and Mining Engineer U.S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor Railroad and Mining Surveys Old Harper. The whiskey that needs no trim mings and leaves no regrets. Pure and fragrant; old and mellow. Sold by The Cabinet, Williams, Arizona. L. C. Dempsey left the first of the week for his old home in Michi gan after a year's sojourn in sunny Arizona. Mrs. Fish, who has been visiting relatives in the city for the past month, returned Thursday to her home at Glendale. Miss Grace Phelan returned the first of the week from quite a lengthy outing with Mr. and Mrs. Jacobs in the canyon country. Rev. W. C. Geyer left Wednes day for a ten-days' overland trip to the Grand Canyon and Supai vil lage. Services at the church to morrow will be in charge of Dr.. Pratt. lie will certainly be pres ent at the evening service, and if he can get down from Flagstaff this evening or tomorrow morning he will preach also at the morning service. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. McAdams and little daughter came in from the Anita mines the first of the week, and during their brief stay in town were pleasant callers at the News office. The mysteries of the "art preservative" are all plain sailing to Mrs. McAdams who told us many stories regarding happen ings which occurred in her father's office during the days when she was new at the business. One which she says she will never for get, and which is illustrative of the accidents which often happen in a newspaper office, was as follows: A prominent couple had just been married, and after setting up the notice she "dumped" the item un der what she thought was the regu lar department heading for mar riages. When the paper was print ed, lo, and behold, she had placed the notice under the obituary head ing and no end of apologies were needed to straighten out the matter.