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THE WILLIAMS NEWS
WILLIAMS BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR SHOP JAMES HUGHES, Prop. All Kind of Repair Work neatly and promptly done Cor.btSi.andWUIUinsAvcWinUins.Ariz. LOCALS. - Engineer J. B. Girand was a business visitor in Jerome the first of the week. Mr. Geo. Grose, the. Spring val ley ranchman, was a visitor in the city yesterday. Engineer R. J. Arey is having an additional room built to his already neat and qpmplete home. J. C. Phelan has his new build ing completed and will be doing business in the same today. Attention is called to the new ad" in this issue of Geo. W. Math ews the enterprising proprietor of the Cheap John Racket. For Sale Furniture for a four room house; everything complete. House for rent; electric lights and water. Inquire at News office. Charles - and Mamie Donahue, of Winslow, visited in the city with their cousin, Miss Phelan, last Tuesday. They were on their way to California and resumed their journey Wednesday. The enrollment of the Flagstaff Normal school shows forty pupils and the term is only two weeks old. The school is growing and it will soon be the most popular one in the territory. Flagstaff Gem. Effective Sept. 20 the Grand Can yon railway will change time. The passenger train for the canyon will leave Williams at 7 p. m., ar riving at the canyon at 10 p. m. Leave canyon at 8:30 a. m., arrive at Williams at 11:20 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. George G. Wharton were most pleasantly surprised at the depot Wednesday evening when Mr. and Mrs. Frank Carlisle, of Kansas City, alighted from the train and greeted them. Mrs. Car lisle is a niece of Mrs. Wharton. They were returning home after a pleasant outing in California. Mr. M. SaLzman this week re ceived a most excellent photograph of his son, Maurice, who is now attending St. Mathew's Military school at San Mateo, California. Maurice looks every inch a soldier and has proved that he is well able to cope with the stringent ex aminations of the school, having been assigned to the class of 03. Congratulations, Maurice. Eb. Greenlaw, of Flagstaff, came down from the Skylight city yester day. Dr. Adams, of Albuquerque, was the guest of Mrs. Schollenberger on Wednesday. Deputy Sheriff Robert Walker was a visitor in the city from Flag staff yesterday. Mrs. McCannon visited in this city, with Mrs. Geo. McKim, the first of the week. The Ladies Aid society cleared over forty dollars at their supper Wednesday evening. Mrs. Harry Rawlin is building a two-room addition to her residence near the Town Spring. Messrs. Mason and Kennedy, of the box factory, are spending a week at the Grand Canyon. Mrs. J. II. Schollenberger left for Los Angeles Thursday afternoon. She will spend several weeks there. J. B. Girand and Will Lockridge left Thursday for Howard's Springs where they will survey some land. Mr. Hammond ' Garland, ' the noted writer, and his wife, spent the past week at the Grand Canyon. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Parsons have moved into the house lately occu pied by Mr. and Mrs. Schollen berger. It is reported that Sid Cornish, of Flagstaff, well and favorably known here, died yesterday at his home of consumption. Constable Tom Andrews has moved into the house, just south of the Methodist church, owned by William Crowell. Mrs. Geo. W. Mathews, who has been on a visit with home folks in "Sunny Tennessee," is expected to return the coming week. Engineer F. B. Jacobs and fam ily leave today for Phoenix, Mr. Jacobs having finished his work on the government survey in this section. Attorney Jas Loy, of Flagstaff, was a visitor in the city yesterday. Mr. Loy expects soon to leave for southern Arizona, where he will locate permanently. Mrs. August Lindstrom, wife of the genial manager of the Saginaw Southern railroad, and her daugh ter, Leona, left for Los Angeles last Monday. Mrs. Lindstrom will spend the winter in that city while her daughter attends the Southern California University. First Store Built and Occupied After the Fire 5 Little Brick on the Corner Mountain-grown Apples Mountain-grown Tomatoes Mountain-grown Cucumbers 20 pounds for $1.00 Also Grapes, Peaches and Plums . 3 pounds for 2 bits CHEAP JOHN RACKET r.u S H. REA . . . . Building Contractor ESTtnATRS FURNISHED ALL WORK FIRST-CLASS I SOLICIT YOUR. BUSINESS willi aits, ariz: 1 CHEAP EXCURSIONS .TO- ALBUQUERQUE FAIR OCTOBER 15 to 19 TICKETS GOOD RETURNING UNTIL OCTOBER 21 Full information on application to AGENT of the Attention ! In order to increase onr . ulcription list, we will offer as a premium to all new cash subscribers, The Williams News from now to January 1,1903, for the regular price of 13.00. THE ITLUAMS NEWS Sunday Meetings. The regular meetings will be held at the Methodist church tomorrow. Sunday-school at 9:45 a.m. Preach ing services at 11 a. m., and 8 p.m. The pastor's morning subject will be "Men Ought Always to Pray." Evening subject, "The Futility of Force," or "They That Use the Sword Shall Perish by the Sword." Everyone will be cordially welcome at all these meetings. W. C. Geyer, Pastor. A. T. Cornish, of Flagstaff, was a visitor in the city last Sunday.