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THE WILLIAMS NEWS J. B. Q I RAND Mem. Western Soc Engineers Civil and Mining Engineer U.S.Deputy Mineral Surveyor Railroad and Mining Surveys PROFESSIONAL. DL. CUNNINGHAM, ATTORNEY AT LAW. WILLIAMS. ARIZONA. v Will Practice ia all the Courts of Art ion. T TENBY F. ASHCR8T. ATTORNEY AT LAW, WILLIAMS. ARIZONA. Will Practice In all Coorta of the Territory. Also Before tha Land Department. TNR. F. H. WAITE DENTIST At Wlnslow from 15th to 25th of Each Month. A BOOSt A. SOCIETIES. GRAND CANYON LODGE No. 14. K. OF P. Meets every Thursday evening In I. O. O. F. balL Visiting brethren cordially wleotned. E. H. Simpson. C. C. Joe Slater. V. C. J. Fnckan. K. of R- and 8. WILLIAMS LODGE No. 15. I. O. O. T.. meets every Wednesday nights at 7:30 o'clock In I. O. O. F. hall. Visiting brethren cordially welcomed. D. L. Cunningham. N. O. J. C. Can (man. V. G. II. F. Adams. See. WILLIAMS REBEKAH LODGE No. 10. Meets every Friday night at 7: an in I. O. O. F. hall. Lizzie Kennedy. N. G. Millie Kaisi-r. V. G. Allie Kllgore. Sec NOTICE OF HEAR I NO or RETCRN OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE. J la the Probate Coart of Coconino County, Territory of Arizona. Estate of William H. Ashurst. deceased. Pursuant to an order of the Judge of said coart, made on the 14th day of NoTember. A.D. 1901, notice Is hereby given thai Henry F. Ash urst. as administrator of the estate of said de ceased, made to the said coart and Bled In the office of the clerk thereof, on said day. a return uf sale made by blm on the 13th day of Novem ber. 1901. of an undivided one-third Interest In the following described real estate, to-wlt : m The Wool. Admiral Sampson. River View, Main Landing. Weat Point. C. 8. Navy. Maine. McCnlloagh, Commodore Dewey, Iowa. New York and Castle mining claims, situated and located la Coconino County, Arizona Territory. All of which Interest In said property was old In one parcel for the sum of two thousand (t2.O0O.0O) dollars, as will more fully appear from said return aied as aforesaid, and to which reference la hereby made for farther particu lars. And notice la hereby farther given that Wed nesday, the th dsy of December. 1901. at 10 o'clock, a. m.. at the office of the Probate Judge of Coconino County, at Flagstaff, Arizona, has been axed for heerirg the said return, when and where any person interested In said estate may appear and file written objections to the confirmation of said sale, and may be heard, and may produce witnesses In support of such objections. Dated at Flagstaff, Arizona, this 14th day of November, 1901. 1. O. LarroH. Clerk First publication Nov. 23, 1901. LOCALS. Matt and George Grose were in from the ranch yesterday. Henry F. Ashurst was a Prescott visitor Wednesday and Thursday. Martin's for all Thanksgiving delicacies. Mrs. C. F. Miller is visiting with friends in the city. There will be a dance at Lamb's park next Thursday night, Nov. 28. J. C. Phelan and party returned Wednesday from over near the Sitgreaves. Game in that vicinity is said to be scarce. Clarence Sluss, the able cashier at the depot has been on the sick list most of the week. Leave your order at Phelan's for a Thanksgiving turkey. P. E. Ilollihan has rented the south room of the Laub building and will open a saloon there next week. The register and receiver of the land office were engaged Wednes day in hearing a contest case of the United States vs. D. F. Phelan. H. J. Gray came in yesterday with a smile covering his rudy countenance to tell us that his wife will be here in a few days and has sent him an invitation to eat Thanksgiving dinner with her. L. E. Erlewine, formerly night operator at the depot, before the lamentable strike, has again re sumed his duties at the old stand. The company won out but it real izes that the old men are the best. F. W. Andres, representing S. A. Maxwell & Co., of Chicago, was in the city this week and sold some of our merchants awnings for win dows in the new buildings; among the number being Poison Bros., The Williams Drug Co., F. W. Smith, Twitty fc Parker, and Ran ney & Harrell. RHOADES. ST Mas. j. at. DKXxia. This camp had a visit the first of the week from the wide-awake edi tor of the News, who came with the worthy object of giving the lit tle berg of Rhoades an ambition to be heard from among the sisterhood of towns. We are very much alive here in this quiet camp, where are some dozen families and where we have an excellent school presided over by Miss Mat toon, of Muskegon, Mich. Messrs. G. W. Tillotson and V. V. Merino were in camp from Flag staff on Sunday looking for "dear." Think it rather early in the season to have been very successful. Will try and give something more next week. Owing to lateness of mail train we could not get Khoades on correspondence page.-En. 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. fib 4ft 4ft 4ft 4ft Engraving Free ft V e nave i"ved into our new quarters in the Walsh building and our new goods are coming in every day. We will have a complete line of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and aSterlino; Silver Novelties Sterling Silver Articles purchased of us will be en graved free of charge. Call and examine our line. Watch, Clock and Jewelry repairing a specialty. A. B. BRUNER & SON 4ft 4ft 4ft 4ft 4ft 4ft m 4ft 4ft 4ft 4ft 4ft Among Our Hunters. The hunters have had consider able sport this season joshing each other and more than a few good stories have been spoiled by the bullet missing its mark. Those who have killed something, so far as we have been able to learn, are as follows: Dr. P. A. Melick, 1 fox, 2 Deer Dr. F. H. Waite, 2 " Omar Ramey, 2 " II. Yoder, 2 " B. F. Sweetwood, 1 " Russell Stone, 1 " Park Latimer 1 " C. A. Neal, 1 " John Morgan, 1 " J. C. Phelan 1 " Ben Crowe, 1 " Conductor Moody, 1 wildcat. A. II. Harrell, porcupine, badger. If any have been overlooked, re port at this office and your name will be added to the list. We will continue to print the list through the season to see who gets the big gest string. Bob Kinser came up from Pres cott Thursday evening and will re main a few days in the city. Good telephones, metalic circuits and prompt service help you out wonderfully in your "biz or resi dence. You are alwavs in reach. Our long distance to Flagstaff cuts your telegraph bill 75 per cent; our rates are right. Mr. C. P. Silvernail will Boon transfer the stage in his opera house to the east end of the building and build an addition, thus giving a stage 2Ox40 feet with a 20 foot ceil ing. The judge is a hustler and is going to win out. Dr. P. A. Melick, accompanied by his father, who is here on a visit, II. Yoder, John Morgan and James Gunsolley, formed a lucky hunting party out in the Fairview region this week. The party bagged five deer and one fox. Mr. and Mrs. Ab Lamb came up from Prescott Tuesday and have been visiting relatives the past few days. Ab, who has been working on the Prescott road, in alighting from an engine about three weeks ago, stepped on a nail which pene trated his foot and necesitated his taking a lay-off. Williams Repair Shop a. T. Thompson, raoraiaTroa AH Kind of Repair Work Neatly and Promptly done Cor. Ut St- and Williams Ave-, Williams, Ariz. A. H . HARRELL STONE AND BRICK WORK A SPECIALTY Estimates Fsrrswsfcesl WILLIAMS. j ARIZONA MONEY TO LOAN U. S. Commissioner Attorney at Law Notary Public Money loaned for bnilding or on improved town prop erty at low rate of Interest C P. SILVERNAIL Willlama, Arizona AUGUST TETZLAFF MERCHANT TAILOR A Full Line of Gent's Furnish ings Carried in Stock J J J J Clothes Cleaned and Repaired Now Located in Our New Bfclg. Opo. Boycs Hotel WHAMS, ARIZONA Mr. Ed Kelleher, an old-time resident of Williams and formerly sawyer for the Saginaw & Manistee Lumber company, has been visiting with friends in the city this week. He is now located at Shaver, CaL, where he has an excellent position He says there are a number of old Williams boys in that vicinity, among them Mike Michaelson, Pat Hannan and W. P. Cutting.