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THE WILLIAMS NEWS
LOCALS. District Attorney J. E. Jones was up Monday, trying a case be fore Judge Ranney. All kinds of cheese and lunch goods at Phelan's. Professors Ilinton and Gifford left yesterday afterm for Fair view and will hunt in that Vicinity today. Mr. Jack Selman and wife are recent arrivals in the city, Mr. Selman having accepted a position at Phelan's. - Celery and cranberries for Thanksgiving dinner at Martin's. Mrs. J. E. Brown, of Ash Fork, has ' been visiting in town with Mrs. Geo. V. Martin this week, re turning home yesterday. Mr. II. F. Adams, F. R. Nellis and D. L. Cunningham composed a hunting party which left Thursday morning for two or three days' outing. ; You will hare to hurry. Our last shipment of telephones are about all up. Mr. and Mrs. M. Salzman were accompanied, upon their return from San Francisco last Saturday, by Miss Freda Barth, who will visit here for some time. W. W. Bass was in the city the first of the week and came around to show us the finest col lection of Grand Canyon views it would be possible to get together. Fresh vegetables every Wednes day and Saturday at Phelan's. Postmaster E. II. Simpson left last Sunday night for a trip to Los Angeles for the benefit of his health. The business of the office is now being conducted by Mr. E. X. Crawford. A new restaurant will be opened today in the Laub building. Every thing is now in readiness and the equipment is first-class. FongSing, the genial proprietor, is in the bus iness to please. For Sale. Lot SOxl42 feet. The above lot has 242 feet street front age. C. P. Silvern ail. . Mr. Pat Crowe, of the firm of Crowe fc McCoy, returned last Sat urday from a trip to Prescott and Phoenix. This was his first visit to that section and he was very much impressed with the south. Mr. Wm. Smoot was in town the first of the week from the canyon country where he is busily engaged in hauling ore for the Val Verde company. He expects to complete his contract within the next few days. , . To the Ladles of Williams. Tell me the price you wish to pay for. tailor-made suits, coats, skirts and waists, and I will show you more styles at that price than any other store in the south-west. Bet ter still, I will give you finer qual ity . and newer designs. Riding habits a specialty. Your patronage solicited and satisfaction guaran teed. I always buy my . goods in New York, making trips there my self and do not purchase through other parties. Mrs. M. Stein. Address Stein's Cloak and Suit House, 201-203-205 E. Washington Street, Phoenix, Arizona. Garner Curran, representing the Southwest Printers Supply, of Los Angeles, was in the city Wednes day. Mr. Curran is president of the new company and is making many " friends among the craft which will result beneficially to the firm. Turkey shoot Thanksgiving day by ueo. W. Martin. Mr. Geo. W. Kenney, who was in town this week and of whom mention is made elsewhere, resides during the winter months at Mar dera, Cal. . He informs us that he well knows Mr. R. J. Williams and family, formerly residents of Will iams, who now reside at Madera, and that they had told him ex pressly to remember them to their many friends here. Turkeys and cranberries for Thanksgiving. Leave your order early at Phelan's and get the best. Mossie Lane was brought before Judge Ranney last Monday on the charge of having tried to clear out a Chinese restaurant. The judge thought the matter over and gave him fifteen days on the streets in which to discover that Williams is an incorporated town and that Chinamen pay a local license for conducting their business and are entitled to due protection by the authorities. Order your Thanksgiving poultry at Martin's. Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Sanford, who have been residents of Williams for a short time past, returned this week to Los Angeles, their former home. Mr. Sanford came here to accept the position of freight clerk with the Santa Fe Pacific and lias filled the position well since his arrival. He resigned to accept his old position in Los Angeles and left .today for that place. Mrs. Sanford, accompanied by hei mother and sister, Mrs. Flora B. Rosson and MiBS Floy, respectively, preceded her husband. on Thursday. TOE BIG STOKE WITH LITTLE PRICES Visit the Big Store WE take great pleasure in extending: a cordial invitation to the public to visit this store, but more particularly to people who have not been here. The magnitude of the store and its immense STOCK and its possibilities of finding what you want in up-to-date DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, HATS, SHOES, FANCY GOODS in all its various lines. CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, Ready-to-wear Ladies' TAILOR SUITS, WRAPS, FURS, and last, but not least, our IMMENSE Stock of STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES. THE HANDSOMEST AND BEST-LIGHTED STORE IN THE TERRITORY .. Due notice will be given of Our Q rand Opening ..M. SALZMAN.. THE BIG STOKE WITH LITTLE PRICES OVERCOATS AND SUITS fell i fml - For all Occasions. We are sure of pleasing the . - -most fasUdlou. dresser We pride ourselves on the quality, fit and style .. . WE ALSO INVITE ATTENTION TO OUR UBOe ASSORT- ME NT OP Woolens for Suits Made to Order A FIT GUARANTEED L. SCHEY THE. MEN'S . .OUTFITTER "