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TUB. WILLIAMS NEWS
THE WEEKLY NEWS
C. A. NEAL, Editor
Fubiohad by NEAL & DAWLEY
Entered at the Postofllce at William as Second
- CluaiUMtttet
SUBSCRIPTION RATES
One Year 3.00
Six Months 1-75
Three Months 1-15
Single copy, 10 Cents.
A imaf or tlsWarllng lUliunt aaade by this
paptr will be cheerfully corrected If brought
-stteaUo
8ATCRDAY, SEPTEMBER 31. 1901
Official Paper of Coconino Coantj
cmr orrtcni . - . . . .
Harry Pyle. Mayor Jaa. Kennedy. Marshal
Vm. R. Poole. Clerk D. L. Cuantngham.AUy,
-V. Tyroler, Physician J B. Ulrand. SngiMer
Jos. Johnston
V. R. NelUs
B. P. Sweetwood
George Wharton
Harry Pyle
: The first regular train' to cover
the entire distance rora Williams
to the Grand Canyon made the
trip on last Tuesday.' "The road
led is in first-class condition and
a good rate of speed is maintained
the entire length of the line. A
change has ' been made in the
schedule for the running of trains,
which, while it is muchbetter
for the traveling public, so far as
making -connections are concern
ed; greatly reduces the revenue to
le derived by the local hotel from
this class of trade. Beginning
yesterday the train for"' the canyon
left Williams at 7 p. m., arriving
at the rim at 10 o'clock. This
morning the train leaves there at
S:30, arriving here at 11:20.
The whole American nation
mourns the loss of its leader and
friend in the person of our dead
president, William McKinley.
With his dastardly assassination
all political feeling and strife was
cast to the winds and the generous
heart of the American citizen beat
only with sadness at the thought
of his country's loss. Xo section
of our country mourned greater
than another; no political party,
even though he was not their
chosen leader, but joined in the
general sorrow over his sad and
tragic death. His was a life be
yond reproach and one that will
be handed down to future genera
tions as a model of all that the
true American patriot should be.
Stricken down in his prime, when
his star had reached its highest
point in its ascendency; when his
guiding hand was yet needed at
the helm of the ship of state, there
is great cause for sadness.
The News ia in receipt this week
of a copy of " The Skirmisher,"
published by the cadets of' St.
Mathew's school, at San Mateo,
Cal. "The Skirmisher" is neat,
full of news, and apparently pros
perous, judging by the amount of
advertising. It was all the more
interesting to us because of the fact
that two young men from this sec
tion are identically connected with
its publication I von Everett Den
nis as editor in chief and Maurice
Salzman as assistant business man
ager.
. ! V -
Geo. U. Young,' formerly editor
and proprietor of The Williams
News, was a passenger through here
today for Chicago, where he has
been called to look after some im
portant matters, which no doubt
will be to northern Arizona's ad
vantage. Mr. Young says that
handsome ' and commodious new
brick buildings are nearing com
pletion in Williams and that all
the merchants will soon be able to
do as much,, if not more business
than before the general conflagra
Lion which nearly wiped the entire
town off the map a few months
ago. lie says the Anita Consoli
dated Copper company has resumed
work and that heavy and scientific
development of its mines will be in
order for some time to come. A I
buquerque Citizen.
Best in the World.
It is not too much to say that the
Los Angeles Herald's Sunday paper
is the best in the west. The maga
zine issued with the Sunday Herald
is a model of excellence. It con
tains more good, high-grade read
ing matter than any other maga
zine issued in connection with a
newspaper outside of New York
City in the whole country. Its il
lustrations are' always good, too,
and its general make-up is unexcelled.
OFFICIAL NOTICE TO TAXPAYERSOFCOCO-
NINO COUNTY. ARIZONA TERRITORY.
FXiosTArr, Atllust, Sept. 6. 1901.
Fikst. That the Duplicate Assessment Roll of
the Connty for 1901 Is now In his possession for
the collection of the taxes levied.
Secoxd. Thai taxes will he delinquent on the
third Monday of December, next; thereafter.
and unless paid on that day, or prior thereto.
Are per cent will be added to the amount there
of as penalty.
Thisd, The time and place at which payment
of taxes may be made Is from now until the
third Monday In December. 1901. at the office of
the Treasurer and Tax Collector, in the town of
Flagstaff, Arizona.
In accordance with section 67, paragraph
Sh87. Rerlsed Statutes of Arisona, I hare this
lath day of September 1901, set my hand and
1. .
GEO. HoXWOKTH.
SaML Treasurer and Tax Collector.
THE NEW YORK STORE
AM STILL,
I IV THB L.QAD
JUST RECEIVED AN
ELEGANT LIME OF
Clothing and Furnishing
Goods, Boots and Shoes
Which MUST GO at '
Astonishing1 Low Prices
N. Friedbers, Prop.
Railroad Ave.
THE NEW YORK STORE
CHURCHES.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rev.
W. C. Geyer, pastor. Services as follows :
Sunday school at 9:45 a. zn. Preaching;
at 11 a. m. and S p. m. Epworth League serr
Ices Tuesdsy evening at 7:30 o'clock. Regular
prayer meeting of the church Thursday at 7:80
p. m. The public will receive a cordial wel
come to all the services.
SOCIETIES.
-1 RAND CANYON LODGE No. 14. K. OF P.
J Meets every Thursday evening In I. O. O.
F. hall. Visiting; brethren cordially
loomed.
E. n. Simpson. C. C.
Joe Slater. V. C.
3. Phelan. K. of R. and 8.
WILLIAMS LODGE No. 15. I. O. O. F..
meets every Wednesday nights at 7:S0
o'clork In I. O. O. F. hall. Visiting
brethren cordially welcomed.
D. L Cunningham, N. O. .
J. C. Caufman, V. O.
II. F. Adams, Sec.
WILLIAMS RKREKAn LODGE No. 10. MeeU
every Frldey night at 7:90 In L O. O. F. hall.
Llxxie Kennedy, N. O.
Millie Kaiser, V. U.
Allle Kill-ore. Bee.
WHEN
WANT
A delicious MILK SHAKE, LEMONADE or dish
of ICE CREAM call on
f-i. C. SANDERS
A general line of Candies. Cigars.
Fruit. New and Second-hand Goods.
Call and see me at the same old
stand.
H. C. SANDERS.
HOTEL WEATHERFORD
FLAGSTAFF. ARIZONA
PROFESSIONAL.
DL CUNNINGHAM. ATTORNEY AT LAW,
S wtl 1,1 Ifu an. .. .
Will Practice in all the Courts of Arisona.
HENRY F. ASHURST. ATTORNEY AT LAW.
U'TI T T i Ira n i t r .
i luMtnMf, i ill A.
Will Practice in all Courts of the Territory.
Also Before the Land Icpartment.
You get the best ioh printing at
the News oflice.
One of the finest appointed hotels
in the southwest
Electric Light, Steam Heat and all the
Latest Sanitary Improvement
ABSOLUTELY FIRE-PROOF
Special attention given to the Tourist inn
Transient Trade. W lien in Flagstaff, stop at
the Hotel Wratherford.
For further information, address
J. W. WEATHERFORD, Prop.
FLAGSTAFF, Jt ARIZONA
NOTICE.
The undersigned owners of the Last Chant-c,
Last Chance KxtenMlon. Amethyst and A m
thvst Extension mines, situated In Coconino
county. Arisona. having bonded and leased th
same, win not nereponiriceiinertnemseive v
or the property, for any dents contracted lor
the same during the same period.
T. A. FLEMING..
JOHN L. DAVIS.
Williams, Arix., June 21, 1901.
A
e
THIS SPACE
RESERVED FOR
J.C. PHELAN
MEATS and
GROCERIES

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