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Williams news. [microfilm reel] (Williams, Ariz.) 1891-19??, September 21, 1901, Image 5

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J. E. De Rosear ie the new Postal
u legraph operator.
Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Gray visited
in the city Tuesday.
You will find the best Havana
cigar at the Cabinet.
Hon. E. M. Doe, of Flagstaff, was
a visitor in town Wednesday.
Probate Judge N. G. Luyton
was a visitor in the city last Mon
day. For Rot. Good piano. Inquire
at Williams Hardway and Station
ery Co.
Dr. F. II. Waite, the reliable
dentist, has been spending the week
in Winslow.
Mr. John Bixler, of south-east of
town, was a business visitor here
Most any of the best brands of
cigars or liquors you can find at
the Cabinet.
II. P. Barbour returned to the
canyon Tuesday, last, after a short
business visit to the city.
If you enjoy smoking a good ci
gar, then buy it at the Cabinet.
Rev. W. C. Geyer returned the
first of the week from a pleasant
outing at the Grand Canyon.
Miss Agnes Coffin, after a lengthy
visit in Los Angeles, returned to
the city again the first of the week.
For Sale. Lot 50x142 feet. The
above lot has 242 feet street front
age. C. P. Silvern ail.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Park are now
the proud parents of a baby boy
who arrived last Saturday morning.
Henry Sellers made final proof
on his homestead before U. S.
Court Commissioner C. P. Silver
nail yesterday.
W. F. McAdams, superintendent
for the Anita Consolidated Copper
company, was in from the mines
the first of the week.
A Full Line of Gent's Furnish
ings Carried in Stock jjjo
Clothes Cleaned and Repaired
Kow Locatarf fas Our New
Bid. Op. Boyce Hotl
Oieial Contractor
Etiaaa Fanttsbatf
Fob Sale or Lease. The prop
erty known as Rowe's Well, near
brink of Grand Canyon. Address
Santord Rowe,
Cantonement, Oklahoma Tcr.
Geo. W. Mathews has completed
his new store building and is now
busily engaged in placing his new
stock upon the shelves.
Sara Rea placed the cornice on
the Tetzlaff building the first of
the week, which greatly improves
the appearance of the same.
Last Sunday was an ideal day
for picnics and many availed
themselves of the opportunity to
spend the day in the woods.
A small blaze occurred at the dry
kiln of the Saginaw & Manistee
Lumber company last Monday
morning with but slight damage.
Mrs. R. J. Arey returned from
Los Angeles the first of the week
where she had been called by the
illness of her sister, Mrs. Marion
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.
Wm. F. Dermont, general man
ager of the Saginaw fc Manistee
Lumber company, returned to the
city this week after an absence of
ten days.
Mrs. Jordan, mother of Mrs. J.
B. Jones, returned to her home
near Flagstaff last Wednesday
evening after a pleasant week's vis
it in this city.
Mrs. A. II. Harrell arrived home
last Wednesday from a seven
weeks' business and pleasure trip
to Chicago. Her many friends
welcome her return to the city.
The supper at the rink Wednes
day evening, under the auspices of
the Ladies' Aid society, was a suc
cess both socially and financially.
The tables at all times were sur
rounded with a jolly, laughing
crowd who greatly enjoyed the
treat furnished by the ladies.
Old Harper.
The whiskey that needs no trim
mings and leaves no regrets. Pure
and fragrant; old and mellow.
Sold by The Cabinet, Williams,
A small fire at the electric light
plant on last Wednesday afternoon
gave many good citizens quite a
scare. Prompt action by the fire
department averted all possible
A. A. Coupland, or "Fred," as he
is more familiarly known, left
Wednesday evening for his home
in Chicago. He expects to return
soon and says the west is now good
enough for him.
Mr. II. D. Johnson left Wednes
day, last, for Wilberly, Minnesota,
and will be followed by Mrs. John
son and children about October 1.
The family expect to make their
future home in Minnesota.
Mrs. Wm. Hayward left for Los
Angeles on Tuesday and will likely
remain during the winter with her
daughter, Mrs. Wm. Ergmann, Jr.,
of that city. She was accompanied
by "Tips," who could not be parted
A. B. Snider, a worthy young
man who has been employed by
Engineer Arey at the Santa Fe's
local office during the summer, left
for the east last Wednesday and
will attend the University of Chi
cago the coming winter.
Dr. Geo. B. Pratt came down
from Flagstaff last Sunday and de
livered an address at the M. E.
church in the evening to quite a
large audience. The doctor re
mained over till Monday afternoon
attending the wants of his numer
ous patrons here.
Charles Adams, accompanied by
his sister, Mabel, left for the east
last Wednesday morning. Charles
will again resume his studies at
Cornell University, ML Vernon,
Iowa, after a pleasant summer's va
cation in the city. Mabel will go
on to Chicago where she will spend
some time visiting friends and will
then proceed to Anderson, Indiana,
to remain during the winter with
her aunt, Mrs. II. W. Bennett, who
was a visitor here not long since.
U. S. Comminlooer
Attorney at Law Notary Public
Money loaned for building
or on Improved town prop
erty at low rat of interest
Wllllanu, Arizona
Mem. Western Soc Engineers
Civil and Mining Engineer
U.S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor
Railroad and Mining Surveys
John Baumgartner and P. John
son are engaged in burning lime
about five miles north of the city.
This is a splendid mote on the
part of these gentlemen and will
greatly facilitate building opera
tions, which at times have been at
a standstill because of a shortage
of this much-needed material.
The killing of antelope and
mountain sheep is prohibited for
six years from the passage of the
law. The killing of doves is al
lowed at all times. Ducks from
the 15th of October until the 1st of
April. Deer and Turkey from the
15th of November until the 15th of
December, a period of thirty days.
Art Bartoo and Owen Gray re
returned Thursday from quite an
extended trip through Kansas.
They left here about two months
ago with several car-loads of horses
which they disposed of in the land
of the grasshopper. Mr. Bartoo
was detained there longer than he
had expected to be owing to the
sickness and death of his father
which occurred on the 28th of last
last month.
What might have been a very
disasterous affair was narrowly
averted last Tuesday in the excava
tion for the Poison building. A
trench had been dug about ten feet
deep and masons were laying the
foundation at that depth. A work
man above ground noticed that the
dirt wall was breaking away and
gave the word of warning. A hasty
scramble saved them from being
buried under several tons of earth.
Some time ago the report was
current in the city that John
Sugars, well and favorably known
here, was dead. 'Last Tuesday
night, when No. 2 rolled up to the
depot, who should alight, but John.
Noticing the expressions on the
faces of his old friends, he remark
ed: "Thought I was dead, didn't
you? Well, I was pretty near it."
He then went on to explain that he
had been in the hospital for some
time but was again back on the
road as passenger brakeman.

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