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THE WILLIAMS NEWS
5 J. B. Q I RAND Stem. Western 8oc. Engineers Civil and Mining Engineer U.S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor Railroad and Mining Surveys LOCALS. Assessor J. is. Jones has been a visitor in Prescott during the week Johnny Freeman is manipulating the glasses at the Boyce hotel har. Oysters at Phelan's, in cans or bulk. District Attorney J. E. Jones was a visitor in the city from Flagstaff luesday last. Attention is called to the new nd of the Keystone-Monogram in this issue. Fob Rest. Good piano. Inquire at 1 1 hams Hardware and station ery Co. Mrs. Gronskoph was called to eligman ednesday to assist in caring for a sick lady. C. E. Boyce, proprietor of the Grand Canyon hotel, is spending the week on the coast. Mrs. Joseph Johnston and daugh ter, Irene, returned from a visit to Albuquerque and the fair Tuesday. Mrs. S. A. Pleasants returned home last Monday from a pleasant visit in Flagstaff with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hammond. Furnished house for rent with good water. Inquire of Mrs. Nal askoweki. Everyone who visited the fair at Albuquerque this year says it is the best yet. Quite a number went over from Williams. Ed McCoy came up Tuesday from Maine where he has been employed for some time past. Ed says they are certainly coming good. Mrs. N. Rogers Stone left for Los Angeles Thursday on the "flyer" for a few weeks' sojourn with friends. AUGUST TETZLAFF MERCHANT TAILOR A Full Line of Gent's Furoish ing? Carried in Stock Clothes Cleaned and Repaired Haw L nrmtmi at Our No Bile; Bare Had WILLIAMS, ARIZONA 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. Amos Adams came in last Sun day from southern California for a short visit at home. Considerable work is being done by the Santa Fe in that section just now, taking mott of the boys over there. Mrs. Wm.Tedford and Mr. Harry Keller, mother and brother reflect ively of Mrs. E. M. Hardesty, ar rived in the city last Sunday from Sedalia, Mo., and exject to make Williams their future home. Eddie Priest, son of J. Edward Priest of Flagstaff, will be the hello boy at the telephone exchange dur ing Mrs. Raudebaugh's absence Eddie is a bright boy and will no doubt give perfect satisfaction as the business is not new to him. When you want something good to eat, call on J. C. Phelan. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Parsons, after a residence in the city for the past few months, left last Sunday for Tempe. The change was necessary, as Mr. farsons health was very poor at this altitude and his friends here hope the sunny climate of southern Arizona will restore his wonted vigor. Wait fait fait and don't be DECEIVED by traveling FAKIRS as ice have a, SUR PRISE in store FOR l'OU in th e wa y of Ladies' Tailor-made Suits, Wraps, Cloaks. Skirts, Shirt Waists and Automobiles Owing to limited space in our present quar ters it is impossible to display the line. We have them in stock and they are bought from first hands and not carried all over the coun try to be handled by everybody. We will be in our new store by "0 I'eSiBER 1st. So don't be deceived, but WAIT for us. Leave your money at home where it does the most good. M. SALZB1AN. W. W. Bass, the Grand Canyon promoter, who has done so much to bring that section to the front, was in the citv Wednesdav and added his name to the rapidly in creasing subscription list of the EWH. The Wrinkle, the Univereitv of Michigan mirth producer, made its first appearance this morning. The issue contains sixteen pages of student wit, devoted mainlv to frwhmen roasts. The cover is a harmonious affair in two colors drawn by Harold E. Brooks. Hal, who is at present taking a course at this well-known institution of learning, seems not to have lost his skill with the pen as the above clipping shows. Mr. and Mrs. Jaa. Kennedy re turned from Albuquerque last Sun day and Jim has again assumed his duties as tax collector and city marshal. Phelan's for vegetables, fruits, groceries and meats. The new Laub building will be greatly improved in looks when the steel awning, which will extend around the Keystone-Monogram ortion, is placed in position. Why not run it all the way? Mr. and Mrs. Ed Crowe are now living in Williams, Ed . being on the short run between here and Winslow. He says he likes the run all the better because he can live in Williams the only place. A. H. HARRELL STONE AND BRICK WORK A SPECIALTY Estiasatcs Faruistaed WILLIAMS, j ARIZONA Geo. L. Plowman, formerly em ployed by the Saginaw Lumber company as stenographer, came in from the west Tuesday and went out to the Grand Canyon. Miss Bessie Niedecken, of Flag staff, visited with Mrs. R. J. Arey the first of the week. The young lady was on the way to assume her duties as teacher at Signal, Ari zona. . . The Santa Fe railroad system is increasing its consumption of oil at a very substantial rate. Last month it consumed 361 carloads of fuel as against 315 the previous month. Journal-Miner. Go to Phelan's and get a 40- pound box of apples for $2.50. C. H. McClure and Capt. John I lance came in from the Grand Canyon Tuesday and left for Flag staff where they went to transact important business in connection with the sale of the asbestos mines in the canyon region. - - On last Saturday afternoon Mrs. Harry Pyle and Mrs. J. B. Girand entertained a small party at the residence of the former in honor of, and as a "farewell" to Mrs. Earl Parsons. The house was daintily decorated, while the lunch served was delicious. A most enjoyable time was had. Miss Nichols will give face treat ments and beautify your complex ion at Dr. Melick's hospital. Our old friend Johnny Flick came down from the cinder pit Wednesday for a day's visit in the metropolis. He says he expects to leave shortly for Y inslow where he will remain -this winter taking a regular run and hopes to be called shortly for an examination as en gineer, being not far from "next out." WHEN WANT A delicious MILK SHAKE. LEMONADE or diab of ICE CREAM ca.ll on l-i. C SANDERS A general line or Candies, Cigars, Fruit, New and Second-hand Goods. Call and see me at the same old stand. H. C. SANDERS.