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THE WILLIAMS NEWS
5 LOCALS. R. B. Burns, of Los Angeles, pent Sunday last in Williams. . Mrs. C. F. Miller has been spend ing a few days in the city this week. You can get most any of the standard brands of whiskey at The Cabinet. Mrs. J. D. Raudebaugh has been numbered on the sick list the past few days. Geo. U. Young was taken sud denly sick the first of the week and was confined to the house a day or two. For Sale. Lot 50x142 feet. The above lot has 242 feet street front age. C. P. Silversail. Chas. Canal is busy these days wiring all the new buildings pre paratory to installing his tele phones. Sweetwood k Smith will hold their grand opening tonight in their new quarters in the Laub building. The Cabinet hasn't anything new r special to offer you. Only the )est of old and selected stock in wines and liquors. Forest Supervisor Breen was a pleasant caller at the News office while in the city from Flagstaff Thursday. Mrs. II. C. Sanders, who has leen in a very critical condition for the past week is much better and able to be out again. For a good smoke, and one that has real pleasure to it, smoke one of those "Clear Havana" that they sell at The Cabinet. Salzman's new building is rapid ly nearing completion and will be ready for occuancy by the first of the-month. Every time we go up there and look at the mammoth htore we think, if the oor news paer man only had as much money as it will take to stork that room with goods, what a time we could have. Mr. M. Salzman, one of Will iams' leading merchants, left on Tuesday for San Francisco, where he will join Mrs. Salzman who is at present visiting at that place. They will probably remain on the coast during the winter, taking an occasional run down to San Mateo to visit their son, Maurice, who is one of the cadets at the St. Mat thew's Military school. AUGUST TETZLAFF MERCHANT TAILOR A Full Line of Gent's Furnish ings Carried in Stock Clothes Cleaned and Repaired Nov Located m Our New BUc. Opr. Boyca Haul VILLIAMS, J ARIZONA A. H. HARRELL Oeacral Cos tractor . . STONE AND BRICK WORK A SPECIALTY Estimates FtraJalMd WILLIAMS, j ARIZONA The largest and most complete line of street and pattern hats, re ceived this week from the east, and at astonishingly low prices. See them before you buy elsewhere. Cheap John Racket Store. Mrs. Otto Nagiller, accompanied by her daughters, Anna and Mamie, left Wednesday for a visit in New Mexico with relatives. Anna will attend- the fair at Albu querque and then return home. Her mother will probably be absent some months. Dr. F. II. Waite is at present busily engaged in beautifying his residence on east Sherman avenue. Doc has raised his house quite a little, and with the addition of two more rooms and a fresh coat of paint, now has one of the neatest residences in the city. Irvin Sanders met with an acci dent last Saturday morning at Rowe's ranch, south of town, that might have leen fatal. lie was baling hay and while stooping over to adjust a part of the machine the crank handle slipied from his grasp and he received a terrific blow on the forehead. Hie hat which he wore was severed as by a knife and had he received the full force of the blow there is no doubt as to what the result would have been. Messrs. Walcott and Gilbert, memliers of the U. S. geological survey, accompanied by a govern ment photographer, were passen gers for the Grand Canyon last Saturday. The partv was joined at the Bright Angel" hotel by W. W. Bass, who was to Tict as guide during a ten-days' trip across the great gorge. A preliminary survey will Ix made and the eventual out come of this move will, in all proba bility, the publication of a revised map of the entire district. Work was liegun on the new freight house of the Santa Fe Pa cific on Monday morning. Since the fire, which destroyed the old one last June, Williams has had to be content with a mere platform but now we are to have a freight house of no mean proportions. The building will be 26x50 feet in size; having a rubble foundation, brick walls and a metal roof, covered with metal shingles. On the north side and west end a nice concrete platform will be erected and when the work is finished the town may well rejoice over the. new and need ed improvement. - 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. Dr. F. II. Waite left for WinBlow Tuesday evening on a professional visit. Furnished house for rent with good water. Inquire of Mrs. Nal askowski. Mrs. J. C. Phelan visited during the week at Challender with Mrs. Ben Crowe. Frank Finnie has been busy this week breaking a couple of "broncs" which he recently purchased from Jas. Kennedy. lie has been hav ing a lovely time. John Page, with all his New England hustle, came in Tuesday from the Canyon Copper Co.'s property at the Grand Canyon to look after 'business interests here. Workmen have been busy this week putting in a new steel ceiling for the Williams Hardware and Stationery Co., and otherwise beau tifying the store of this enterpris ing firm. If you want your money's worth and to feel satisfied with what you .buy, then buy your liquors and cigars at the Cabinet. Messrs. C. B. Holloway, John Bixler and C. M. Wolf the first of week shipped two carloads of cattle to San Bernardino, California. The shipments and sales from this point have been quite numerous of late. For Rest. Good piano. Inquire at Williams Hardware and Station ery Co. Jack Smith, Arizona's champion trout catcher, left for the Grand Canyon Wednesday evening where he has accepted a position at the Bright Angel hotel. Jack is one of the old-timers in this country and loves to tell of his great suc cess as a fisherman; the most won derful part Wing that, unlike other fish stories, Jack's are always true, as the writer can vouch for. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Girand enter tained a small party at dinner last Wednesday in celebration of Dr. Tyroler's thirty-first birthday. In the evening the guests assembled at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Pyle and passed the time until the small hours of the morning with gguies, music and refreshments. -The en joyable time compensated in a measure for the sadness that must encompass the doctor's life when he realizes how old he is getting. MONEY TO LOAN U. S. Cornrnlnrtotyr Attorney At Law Notary Public Money loaned for building or on Improved town prop, rty at low rmte of Interest C. P. SILVERN AIL Williams. Arisona J. B. GIRAND Mem. Western Soc Engineers Civil and Mining Engineer U.S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor Railroad and Mining Surveys The new Walsh building will be ready for occupancy about the first of the month. A. B. Bruner will occupy one of the large store rooms with his jewelry store and L. Schey , the gent's furnisher, the other. Messrs. C. B. Holloway and Chas. McGary gathered and sold two car loads of range horses last week to Art Bartoo and Owen Gray, who shipped them to Kansas. This is Art's third shipment this year. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Grose came in from their Spring Valley ranch Wednesday morning and Mrs. Grose left on the noon train for San Bernardino where she will visit with relatives during the winter. Conductor Arthur Sugars and Miss Carrie Grace were married at the residence of the bride's parents in Paducah, Ky., October 2. Mr. and Mrs. Sugars arrived in Needles last Wednesday evening, and are receiving their friends at their home next door west of the M. K. church. Needles Eye. - Mr. Sugars is well known here and his many friends in Williams wish him and his fair bride all that goes to make this life the best. An item in the Paducah (Ky.) News-Democrat states that E. L. Grose, of Needles, was married at Indianapolis on October 2. This is quite a surprise to Ed's many friends here. It was known that he had gone east, and, as his brother George says: "While we ex pected as much we were not at all sure as we have heard nothing at all from Ed. Evidently he meant to surprise us." Nothing is known at present of his whereabouts but should he and his bride stop off here on their return to Needles, the News can assure them a rousing welcome. A pleasant family party was given at Mrs. Alice Stover's home, corner Front and Cedar streets, last evening in honor of her brother, Chas. T. Rogers, of Arizona. It was Mr. Rogers' birthday and the first one spent in Maine by him in over fifty years. Bath (Me.) Daily Times. Mr. Rogers is an old and respect ed resident of Williams having moved to Arizona in an early day and is one of the territory's pio neers. He left the west last June for an extended visit with relative and friends in the New England states and is enjoying himself hugely. Mr. Rogers is the father of Mrs. N. R.Stone, of this city.