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ARIZONA SILVER BELT
DAILY AND WEEKLY
Published each morning oxcopt Monday.
Admitted to tho mails as second class
JOS. H. HAMITJ., Proprietor
Member of the Associated Press
j SUBSCRIPTION RATES
Daily, by mall, ono year... ....
T'.illy, by carrier, ouo month
'Weekly, ono year . ..........
Vockly, six months ..........
Cash in advance
Advertising rates made known on ap
If It takes $13,000,000 to got into
heavon, John D. will find it a mighty
It is n sure thing that tho "idle
rich" of Franco upon whom will now
fall the burden of taxation, will begin
to got busy for onco in their lives.
It looks as though this .lapaneso con
troversy has gono about far enough for
a first-class fizzle. This talk ot war
between Japan and the United States
is tho worst kind of bosh.
Tho territorial legislature will again
start its lawmaking activities next Mon
day, after a week of junketing through
the territory, visiting various institu
tions under territorial control.
A bill has been introduced in the
Illinois legislature which makes thug
gery and highway robbery a capital
xcrinio. A fow hangings would certainly
qui deep inroads into the topularity of
tho sport in Chicago.
Forakcr should not object to a negro
collector of customs at Cincinnati, lint
the fact that he does may causo the
negro population of the country whose
idol ho now is to turn from him, ns they
did from their former saint, Koosovclt.
The popular belief in Pittsburg, so
it is .said, is that the first decent thing
Harry Thaw ever did was to kill Stan
ford White. As the trial in New York
progresses it is beginning to look ns
though the judgment of Pittsburg was
good, at least as far as the killing is
Republican gangstor.s do not seem to
be making much headway in their ef
forts to havo Governor Kibbey discard
ed from tho federal patronage deck.
First it was Ainsworth who was to
succeed Kibbey and now it is Sturgis.
We presume it will be Hilly Cooper or
Bob Morrison next.
Some persons havo an idea that the
red men are decreasing iu number and
will soon become extinct as a raco in
theso United States; but tho statistics
of the Indian bureau at Washington
indicate, on the contrary, that the num
boV'of Indians is increasing in recent
years. The present number is a little
less than 300,000.
in answer to almost daily inquiries,
the Silver Belt will state that every-
- - -.
thingvwhich appears in this paper under
tho line, "By Associated Press," is
pure, unpadded, unfiltered and unadul
terated Associated Press news which ar
rives by tolegraph the night and morn
ing preceding the issue, and not via nny
grapevine or scissored route.
EFFECTS OF HIGH LICENSE
Thejinffual rcpoit of tho commission
er of jBxciso for tho state of Now York
says that "high liceuso is the most
successful solution ot the liquor prob
lem thnfihasyot been arrived at." It
has proved its efficiency, tho report
says, by u marked decrease in public in
toxicntion, in crime nnd prison popula
tion, by a decrease in the number of
drinking places in the state, which is
the equivalent of more than 13,000
places closed, considering tho increase
in population since tho enactment of tho
liquor' tax law, and by n largely in
creased annual revenue to meet the
finumjial burdens imposed upon taxpay
crs by ihe liquor trafiic.
The net proceeds of the system for
the yiar wero $18,043,021, part of which
goes to tho counties and part to tho
state. Coupled with local qption, the
high license system has raised the grade
and reduced tho number of hotels and
saloons 'and contributed largely to tho
diminution of property taxes.
kOUR TREMENDOUS FIRE LOSS
According to the records just pub
li9hcd at Washington, tho property de
stroyed, by fire in 1900 oxeceded $."00,
000,000 in value. Tho grand total ex-
ponded in building in the same year
was a little short of $00o,000,000. So
that the net gain from this tremendous
industry and expense was only a little
more than $100,000,000. This grent fire
loss, ' it is said, "lias never been
equalled in any country at any time,
and. should mark tho apex of tho un-
tinn's folly." Tho samo authority F.
V. Fitzpntrick, tlio executive ofllcor of
tho International Society of Building
Inspector -oontomls that nino-tontbtt of
this loss was preventable. Yet tho faet
that our builders nro providing' matoriul
for further destruction is too plainly
indicated in tho fact that hi'New York
city of tho $22(1,000,000 that went into
now construction, not ovro $20,000,000,
or less than one-tenth, was of oven par
tially (ire-proof buildings.
It was a gay winter in Beverly.
Tho yoilug peoplo of the town bad
caught the spirit of mirth nnd ns the
season progressed gave themselves up
to it more and more. The shape it took'
was social pranks. A rumor was start-
cd that Alan White had eloped with
Susio Carr. Tho pair kept under cover'
for n few duys, then appeared at an
eveulug parti together, received con-'
grutulatlons, then laughed at their
dupes. A ball ouce sot rolling will
roll on till it meets some obstruction.
No sooner had the mock elopement
succeeded lu deceiving every oue than
certain boys aud girls decided there
must be a mock marriage.
The couplo selected for principals
were George Towlo and Jessie Troxell.
Surtlclent "spooulug" hud beou uotlced
between tho pair to give color to a wed
ding. A committeo of oue was sent to
Towle to sound him on the subject and
returned with tho report that he would
not object Miss Troxell took time to
consider the mutter, butjyhen it was
anuouueed that a goodly number of
wedding presents might be expected
and the donors would not be likely to
take them back nf ter having learned of
the "sell" she consonted. Thereupon
the details of the affair were arranged
by a self constituted committee of six
three young men and three girls.
Ned Tracy and Kate Dexter consti
tuted themselves chairman and chair
manesR of tho committee und assumed
full management. There was no op
position to this till It was learned that
they were Incurring tho expenses of a
real wedding, but bIuco Tracy and
Miss Dexter, who were wealthy, offer
ed to pay all bills tboy were permitted
to proceed at their owu breakneck
pace. This was tleflultelr settled be
fore the bride and groom would con
sent to such extravagant outlay for a
mere prank and for which they might
be held accountable.
Recognizing Miss Troxcll's sacrifice
and to keep her up to compliance with
tho scale on which the prank was to
be played, the committee sent her ar
ticles which formed quite n respectable
trousseau. This done, they ordered a
thousand Invitation cards,
ell's dotnlcllo being very
wedding was appointed to take place
in Hnrmony hall, where such social
functions wero hold ns comprised too
many people to get comfortabiyrln'a
dwelling. The cards were no sooner
out than wedding presents began to
pour In. A young minister who had
been brought np with tho "boys and
girls interested was engaged to per-
form the ceremony. Of course he was
In the secret and had declined till noti-
fled that at the proper time the bride
was to say "No" instead of "Yes."
Then tho "sell" was to come out, and
the festivities were to proceed with a
For weeks even before It was known
that there was to be a wedding Mr.
Tracy and Mrs. Dexter were hard at
work, Miss Dexter buying the trous
seau and Mr. Tracy engaging the hall,
2.50 Q f
L2a A Social Prank
i ' t
ordering tlowers-In short, nttendlui; U.injmi, ami other notions wero hrotiht
to the details. After the cards were out to ri.covcr tnp two millions and more
n multitude of matters were thought of f proflt8 ma,0 through tho rcorgunizn
that had been overlooked. j ; 0f tno companv.
xno oniy tning tnni miKut posnim
excite suspicion was the action of the
bride and trroom. They were never!
seen together and until after tho cards
wero out would not acknowledge their
engagement, but from that tlmo on
they kept in their own homes, and Miss
Troxell especially would see no one,
uM,n , nt-iif- f tho inook wod.llntr
came on. the committee, who, except
tho couple who .were to bo mock mar-
rleiland the clcro-man, were the only
ones In the secret, were on a tiptoe of
excitement. Mr. Tracy and Miss Dex-
ter figured up the expenses and con-1
eluded that tho prank Bhould be very I
.1.,. ,.,, U'hon Ilia hnll u-na A.ImI with
iniests Trncv sent carriages for theV
groom, tho bride aird tho clergyman.
An Miss Troxell entered Miss -Dexter
wus much pleased to hoar some ono
soy: "What Un oxqulslte costume! I
wonder who- designed it" The en
trance of tho couple was a signal for
the quests to arrnuge themselves In
their proper space, leaving one end of
tho hall for the bridal couple. Tracy
was a bit worried because they acted,
he said, "as If they wero going to get
a dlvorco Instead of being mdrried."
The groom approached the clergy
man from tho left, the bride from 'the
right. Tho members of the committee
pushed forward through tho crowd to
a whlto ribbon that had been stretched
across the end of the hall In order to
catch every word nnd note the expres
sions of surprise on tho faces of the
guests when tho bride Bhould bring out
tho unexpected "No."
Tho clergyman began the service In
tho tone usual to the solemn right of
matrimony, and when ho camo totthe
words, "Do you tuko this woman to' be
your wedded wlfo?'! Towle answered
In a sonorous voice, "Yes." "Aad do
you take tills man to be your wedded
husband?" the clergyman asked of ih
The sensutlon that had been ar
ranged for tho guests was experienced
by ,the committeo. In a clear, firm
voice the bride answered, "Yes."
The secret of how Mr, and Mrs.
Towle were furnished with a wedding
which they could not possibly have af
forded, a trousseau and vredding pres
ents that would not have come in a
less pretentious affair has been well.
kept by the committee, especially by
the chairman ami chnlrmuness, who
paid the bills. The craze for social
pranks at Beverly cume to a sudden
end and bus never sluco been revived.
III LOCAL FIELD
How Promoters of Old Dominion Made
Millions from a Fow Thousand Dol
lars and Unlimited Norvo Bigelow
Lewisohn GaBo to Supormo Court.
An interesting chapter in high finance
and an odd situation, produced by two
courts reaching opposite conclusions on
two idoutiual branches of the same Hint,
are shown in an application for a writ
of certiorari, to be presented to tho
United States supreme court tomorrow.
says tho Washington Post. It concerns
a suit brought in New York by tho Old
Dominion Copper Mining and Smelting
company, of Boston, to roeovor from the
estate of the late Leonard Lewisohn of
New York part of tho alleged secret
profits in the sale of certain mining
claims to tho company, ot which ho and
Albert S. Bigelow of Boston wero the
promoters, and is the counterpart of
another suit brought against Bigelow
Tho actions were brought in different
courts instead of jointly because ser
vice could not be had in Now York upon
Bigelow nor in Boston upon Lewis
ohn 's administrators.
Promoters Mado Millions
While tho object of these wilts is to
secure the rescinding of tho sale U the
company of tho mining claims, winch
cost the promoters only $5,000, and
which they unloaded on tho company,
while it was under their control, for
stock of a market value of over i"50,
000, or else for damages in that amount,
tho company's bill shows that the two
financiers mado n profit of $2,402,000
out of the transaction growing out of
the reorganization of the corporation by
selling it for $3,250,000, property for
which they paid but $778,000.
Tho two promoters in 1893 organized
a syndicate through which they pur
chased all the outstanding stock of the
Old Dominion Copper Company of Bulfi
more, opurnting a copper mine in Ari
zona, paying in cash, notes and stock
in the now company $1,000,000 for its
capitalization of $500,000. They then
'organized the Old Dominion Copper
Mining H .Smelting company and sold it
tho Arizona property for 100,000 shares
of the now stock, which had a par and
market value of $2,500,000. They next
sold it tho outside milling claims for
30,000 additional shares or $750,000.
Twenty thouwd shares wore sold to
tho public, producing $500,000 for a
working capital for the now company.
Other Millions Divided
Of the 100,000 shares received by the
syndicate, 40,000 were distributed pro'
, ... ,... ?..rni!iii. 1 m.1 tin nilili,
,- lini jfumfi liviilnil ninnno Uiiun ns n
.uu... .,.-,.., -
bonus, the syndicate's profits thus be
g, it is alleged, over $1,000,000, of
which one-half, went to Ijowisonn and
Bigelow. The remaining 20,000 shar.es
worth $500,000,,, were divided between
Lewisohn and B'gelow, to repay them
for "expenses and services" performed
; in connection with tho transaction, nl
though it is charged in the bill that the
uotual col)t W)IS not ni(iro t lmn $0,000.
Bigelow was elected president of the
J reorganized company and Lewisohn
measurer, 'and the offices of the corpora
tion wero moved to Boston in Jail.
Lewiohn died iu 1002, and it was not
1 until after his death, according to the
I bill, that an investigation of tho coin
iiany's affairs could bo mado and tho
acts disclosed. Suits were then insti
tuted by the company at Boston and
"Vow Viifk far ri'(.ti4inn nf tho lniniiu'
Courts Diverge Widely
In the suit against Bigelow the su
preme court of Massachusetts, in effect,
ordered the cancellation of tho sale of
tho claims and the return of the $7u0,
000 of stock paid for them, holding that
IBigelow and Lewisohn, being promoters
I of the company, stood in fiduciary
relation to it, notwithstanding the fact
that at that time they owned all the
The federal Court of appeals nt Jsow
New Goods Coming
And to make room we are making various
reductions in all of the departments.
Our Stock is Clean and Staple
ur Shoe Dept. is Second to Npne
The Society Shoe is a Real Ideal Dream.
The Patriot Shoe for Fit and Wear
is a Source of Joy.
DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
York, on the other hand, nfflrmed the
dismissal of the suit against Lewisohn 's
heirs, on the ground that no cnusc of
action existed, it not being shown that
the Old Dominion company was injured
or dofrauded by the purchase of tho
mining claims. Although finding that
tho salo iu effect was one by Lewisohn
and Bigelow to themselves, the court
held that a corporation, which could on
ly act through human beings composing
it, could not be deceived or defrauded
unless its stockholders and directors
wero also deceived and defrauded, and
the stockholders in this instance had
For the purpose of reviewing this con
elusion, and, if jKissihle, reconciling it
with the contrary opiuiou of tho Mas
cnchuHotts supreme court, the Old Do
minion company will ask the supreme
court to take up the caso by writ oi
ON A DRUNK
Street Has the Jim jams,
Snakes and Is Off Its Feed
The inevitable attack of delirium tre
mens has followed Wall street's pro
longed linanciol debauch. Millions of
Theodore Roosevels are now dancing
around the victim. Phosphorescent
spectacles glenm from every nook and
corner of tho stock exchange. The
gnashing of piesidential tooth is heard
above the ronr of trailic. The sky is
darkened by big sticks that hang in
clouds. Thero iR no refuge from tho
terror by day or the pestilence that
wnlketh in the darkness. And the worst
Is yet to come.
Ho is going to order a horizontal re
duction of 10 per cent in railroad rates.
He is going to sipieee nil the water out
of railroad stocks, lie is going to pre
vent the issue of new securities. He is
going to burn the 'constitution at tho
stuke. He is going to obliterate state
lines. He is going to investigate cvi'iy
thing and sentence everybody that owns
stock in n corporation to life imprison
ment. He is going to abolish the su
promo court. Muybo he will hang con
gress, especially tne senate, no is going
to indict everybody that has more than
$7. F.vorything over $11 is u swollen
fortune and must bo confiscated.
Capital is prostrate. Industry is par
alyzed. Labor is fauushcil. J he very
stones iu the street are crying for bread.
And still the ghastly dance goes on.
Not 11 captain of industry can leave his
office but hundreds of grinning Boose
volts purMic his cab. They swarm
around him at dinner. They poison his
coffee. They stuff his imjiorted cigar
with presidential messages. They leer
from the footboard of the bed while
his bloodshot eyes plead in vain for
sleep. They scream, they gibber, they
howl; they make night hideous with
their torments. There is no escape.
Serried legions of Boosevelts ride
over the land and tho grass refuses to
grow under the horses' hoofs. The
stones crumble into dust. Vegetation
withers and passes away. The earth
yawns and the mountains scurry to tho
sea. The sky is ordered to keep off the
There is nothing left in all the world
bui Theodore Koosevelts. The heavens
arc rolling up like u scroll and seven
Boosevelts, each wickeder than the rest,
are doing tho rolling up. The sun is
afraid to look down on the dreadful
scone and promptly gets a swat from
the big stick. The moon riles iu terror
and a round-headed man in a Bough
Kider uniform chases" her out of the uni
verse. Even the stars, which arc mil-
j 'ions of miles above Triuity spire, blink
and cower in horror,
Their turn may
Flesh and blood cannot enduro this
agony much longer. Two years moro of
Roosevelt is likely to find nil Wall street
in a padded cell, while the attending
physicians shake their heads ominously.
Already the suffering of the victim
mplts the Coldest hearts to pity. Edit
orial from New York World,
Ahead of tho Gamo
"There is a far-away look iu your
eyes," said the sentimental, youth,
"that leads mo 'to believe you have
loved and lost."
"I may havo loved," rejoined the
fair grass widow, "but I didn't lose.
Tho jury awarded me $,"0,000 alimony."
Subscribe for tho Daily 8ilvcr Bolt.
Smoke the Old Reliable
La Intehiacio&al Cigar
IJPaso - Texas
gaBSBr CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS
j n...,. ,..-, uia hinri m t-nnts tier lino the first insertion and 6 cents per line each subsenuent ln.JT
By tho month, S1.00 per line. No ad
Miivni Linninuiiirii ummv wij.0 uvww
We have letters for Q H P; G L O;
E P S and X Y Z.
WANTED TO RENT Three or four
room cottage, furnished or partly fur
nished. Would prefer location in the
neighboihood of Ballground; perma
nent tenant, but rent must be reason
able. Call or address Foreman, Silver
WANTED Boy to carry smoltcr route;
must have a horse. Silver Belt.
WANTED Girl for general house work
at Murphy's hnnidiug house, North
WANTED Promoter and operator for
eleven compact equipped gold and
copper mines N on pay basis. 13. F.
Kcllner, Globe, Ariz.
WANTED To rent, a three or four
room house furnished. Address P. O.
WANTED Ten thousand shares Inspi
ration. Lock box 822, Globe, Ariz.
WANTED Position by an experienced
hoistmun. Address F.nginccr, care of
WANTED A small furnished house
close in nnd reasonable. 'Address 13
L. P., this office.
Silver Belt Want Ads. bring results.
Reflections of a Bachelor
The Lord gives us our sweethearts,
but who is responsible for our rela
tives? When u woman is proud of a man's
character it's a sign she wouldn't be if
she hadn't married him.
It's a groat comfort to a woman to
think maybe, she had nice curly hair
before she was sick as 11 young girl.
A woman can never forgive her hut.
band for forgetting, when the minister
is visitiug them, to pretend that he al
ways asks a blessing at meals.
When you hear a man yelling at the
top of his lungs lie's trying to make
ico pie think he knows what he is talk
ing about when he don't. New York
photographs are the
See Mack and Jim at the Wcugc na
the Sliver Belt Always up to
Money to loan on good security,
dress W., Box 971, city.
If you want something extra nice in
wall paper, got to Ryan's.
We receive Kansas poultry- twice n-j
week. Globe Meat Market.
First-class work at bed rock
Buxton & Mcrntt, the painters.
Bread, cakes and pies delivered to
any part of town by tho Star Bakery.
Before the Battle
Mrs. Oasser I was outspoken iu my
sentiments at the club this afternoon. ,
Mr. Gnsser I can't believe iti Who
outspoke you, my dear? Puck.
Anvthing in tho way of mixed drinks
can always be had at McDonongh V.
Decorate Your Homo
Go to Ryan's for a varied assortment
of wall paper.
The Globe Steam Laundry is now in
full operation nnd propnred to do all
kinds of laundry work promptly nnd
satisfactorily. Orders rccoive prompt
nttention. Work called for nnd deliv
ered in nny part of tho city.
0. BOUSE, Proprietor. -
In a Fix
They had just extracted one of little
Pierre's first front froth, and as he
gazed at the vacancy ir the looking
jlnss he suddenly burst into tears.
"Don't cry, dear," said his mother;
"it will soon grow again. "N,
"Yes, hut not in time for dinner,"
Try our sausage, tho very finest
Quality. Globe Meat Markot.
DRS, WILSON & WILEY
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
Office Booms, 5-7-0 Trust Building
Office Phone Main 1811
Besidcnce, Dominion Hotel.
H. C: Hopkins
U. S. MINERAL
Room 12, Globe Building
Let the Baker Do the Work!
THE WAOON WILL CALL AT TOUB
HOME WITH A FULL LINE OF
BEEAD, PIE8 AND PA8TBY.
LET THE BAKES
DO THE WO&K
inserted for less than 20 cents. All ads under this head must be paid t.
Arltfntion Til or Aim' n rAmilar lffVArt4Arf(- '
. r - -----
WANTED Four bridge carpenters with
tools at San Carlos; wages $4 per
day; long job. Apply l Jones, Do
minion hotel, or on work.
WANTED To trade fine residence lot;
will take horse aud buggy in part
payment. Homo Investment Co.
WANTED Boy with pony to deliver
papers on smelter route, ('all today.
WANTED Boy to carry papers,
quiro nt this ollico today.
WANTED Good steady dining room
, girl at Cozy restaurant; good wages.
WANTED Dining room girl who un
dcrstands taking short orders. Min
ors Boarding House, Nottsger hill.
FOR RENT Two-roomod house suita
ble for batching. Inquire second
house south of old Hill street bridgo.
Mrs. J. L. Knipfcl.
TO RENT Furnished room in private
family. Phone 1301. Mrs. J. Har
vey Harris, Sout hllill street.
-An unfurnished room,
Apply Treasurer's ofiice. I
TO RENT Nicely furnished room to
L a lady. Apply totirin nonse leu 01
Bridge, Hill street.
BIT OF EVERYTHING
The "Setter" In country store I
see by the papeis that Itoekyf oiler's in
come is $1,110 ev ry minute.
The storekeeper Goshl It must keep
him ou tho jump innkin' change! Puck.
Stage to Gibson Mine
Stage will lenvo each Monday, Wed
nesday and Friday moruiugs at 0:30 a.
m., from Barclay & Higdon's corral.
Go to it van's
When you want magazines, confection
cry, books, stationery, ammunition or
graphophone records. Soqwiir postals
Choice hams and bacon, none finer.
Globe Meat Market.
Cucumbers, lettuce, asparagus and
grapes just received. Scolile, Sobey &
All thoso knowing themselves in
debted to the Del Monte restaurant are
requested to make settlement on or lie
foro February 16. Otherwise accounts
will lc placed in the hands of an at
torney for collection.
A. F. BANICKVICH.
Tho Dime will be ready soon.
Get in out of the dust and drink the
biggest beer in town at the Wedge.
Parties wanting brick can have their
wants promptly supplied by leaving
their orders nt the ofiice of
GIBSON & HENDERSON, .
Mines nnd Stock Exchange, Globe, Ariz.
Beautiful assortment and all of them
genuine novelties. Ryan's Book Store.
Choice beef, pasture fed nnd the fin
est to be had anvwhere. filobo Moat
Read the Silver Belt Always up ti
Orders taken and executed at short
notice: lessons civen lu nil kinds of
embroidery nnd stamping done while
you wait. MRS. J. C. -McRAE,
Old Ballground, opposite George Hill
The Cozy restnuraut, commencing on
Felminry 4 will bo openn. m. to 10
p. in. Short orders and regujar meals.
Js ono of Globe's oldest and best
Known cafes; everything first-class' in
hir line. x Call and be convinced.
The finest lino of wall papers ever
shown in Globe. Buxton & Merritt.
Wo luTve the finest
Globo Meat Market.
lard in town.
W. & NmON Architect
Room 12, Globe Building
Franz Lumber Co.
"" "j1 " -' " "' - ..ii .
ouf,varnisne$ ana cement, au
kinds or builders material
Yards located on Railroad Street one block
west of the. Court House.
Saturday, February 9, J
- . -o-crr-w
FOB BENT After February 1,
zaar more mi lining, isxtiu, g0Sj.
nmit anil (i n ulinix .!...
to Owen Mc.Kcvitt. 'H
VCtVt RAT.T! T.arorn st1 -r..
w. .D- . .u6c jjj
water tank. Mrs. J. Ilarw-t 4J
inn street opposite botitli scii(H)j,
FOR SALE-Two lots. Paso si
Mrs. C. E. Fruin, second door "
1 A9tUV UIIUC.
FOR SALE Household and
iiirnitiire at 1;. Kenncr v,t,
deuce. Come soon.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST A watch charm K. of
graved ou one side, G. B. It ,n ,
hide. Finder please return ti j,tJ
lid at Kinney bouse.
The Silver Belt Want Adi
have been proven to be th
quickest way to make you;
wants known. Just try 'em
Didn't Care for Expenses
"I can give you a bed aud tatb f
15 cents," said the lodging house fin I
"Do price ain't no object,' rejl
the husky hobo who had just fiasjj
$2 bill. ".list gimme a lied witettl
bath, an' I'll pay do difference
Go to Buxton & Merritt for tlrn :aj
line of wall paper and house del
tions of every description.
Just received a carload of tre xv
latest designs in wall paper design e
1907. Buxton & Merritt.
Dorchester Bourbon, fine good iji
and just the thing for what n is u;
I, Frank Allen, will not be rou
ble, for any bills contracted by Mrs It
E. Allen. FRANK ALLEN
February ."i, 1907.
Ninp out of ten budding ge niu-es f.. I
A critic is a man who couldn t fcr
donc it himself.
An unmarried flirt is apt to eu
into a married fury.
From the birds iewnoint a si:
bush is wnrtii a dozen linnds.
Every self-made man thinks
men ought to lwrow his pattern
A frenzied financier says the opin soi
sou for sucker-, is never closed
When a mnn tries to please his yh'-m
relatives he attempts the unposMbu
The old baelmlor wants to know wbt
life without love is if it isn't marn:
life. Chicago News.
Live and let live." Union Oi
Market, C. Musgrave, proprietor
Fino fresh Knnsas pork.
Wo carry everything a lady neeJs t
wear. The Peoplo s Store. Twent) pt
cent di-cnnnt on ladies' swell cm'
suits and skirts.
Wo carry everything a lady neeJ to
wear. The Peoplos Store. Twenty
cent discount on ladies' swell cosU,
suits nnd skirts.
Anderson 3c Blake
Fresh Cream and Bu'ter
milk in any quantity and
always on hand
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