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Senator Bailor has been thoroughly
whitewashed, but it takes more thai
whitewash to eradicate the odor of oil.
.What hurt Bailey worst was the fact'
that he was not in Washington to vote I
against the seating of Senator Smoot
Tho prison commission will bo cussed
no matter where they locate the new
territorial prison. I
They have abolished tho death pen
alty in Porto Rico, which is u good
.thing for the criminal element of that
Tho cnnl employees say thoy will
work harder than ever if Mr. Stevens
recalls his resignation. Well, they
could do that and not die of ovorwork.
The life of Stanford White rominds
us that geniuses are :t great thing for
mankind, but there should be some law
to make them stick to geniusing.
It is safe to assume that the intor
.stato commerce commission knows al
most as much about Harriman's affairs
as it did before tho investigation began.
Monday is the last day of the pres-
KO-wBRsesar Vat MSvili-baya-otb"';
who will play as much to the galleries
and spend as much of tho people's
The curfew ordinance will bo a good
thing for the town and for tho chil
dren. Municipal control of children is
a mighty good thing where parental
control is lacking.
Dynamite is like whisky; if you don 't
know how to use it it is bound to put
you in tho air. .But the Illinois preach
er who stored tho former in his collar
would have undoubtedly been living
now if it had been whisky.
Tho momentarily expected battle has
not yet been fought in Honduras. Un
clejSam should let the little fellows
light it out. They will bo all the better
'or a little blood letting and the worst
they can do is to let a very little blood.
morial- to Speaker Cannon, asking for
nn additional appropriation of $100,000
"to dofrity the expenses of establish
ing statehood." Tho memorial has boon
rofcrred to tho committee on Appropri
ations, accompanied, it is said, by ft
suggestion from tho speaker that he
would seo the Oklahonmns in k much
hotter place than thoy are in now bo
foro coming to thoir roliof.
The exhibition of incompetence m
Oklahoma is not a matter affecting that
i territory only. It is valuable as a
warning to constitution tinkers in ex
isting states and waiting territories.
It may exert nit injurious inilucuco,
also, upon tho public mind as un indi
cation of the growing inability of tho
states to enact and onforco wise legis
lation withjm thoir proper spheres,
thereby adding "voight to the conten
tion of thoso who advocate tho cential
izution of authority in' Washington.
The fault, apparently,, does not Ho with
the people of Oklahoma, who arc the
equals of thoso in any neighboring
state. Tho incapacity of the Oklahoma
constitutional delogates seems to be in
a desire to deal with all inqdom evils
rather than in a lack of intelligence.
Thoy are too ambitious. Thoy sqok to
make a perfect state, where graft, re
bates, passes, tips, and other modern
vices shall bo impossible. In thoir
struggle to frame a fundamental law
which will change human nature; the
Oklahomans aro not deliberately trying
to bring contempt upon thoir state, but
tho offect of their labors may bo as in
jurious as if they had been ignorant or
corrupt instead of being incorrigible
George Walker Says that Presont Price
of Copper May Be Maintained for
years Demand Still Greater than
Production The Shares.
Some of those ship subsidy experts
couldn't tell the difference between a
mud scow and an auxiliary cruiser be
fore they were sent to Washington, but
now, by means of a guide book, they
can tell tho difference between
. rigged ship and a skyscraper.
Tho Amalgamated Order of Incorpor
ation Busters with headquarters in
Olobe has decided to dissolve. The or
der was under heavy expense and
gather unsuccessful in its endeavors to
- accomplish tho objects for which it was
formed. Bequiescat in pace or, if that
is .wrong, whatever is right.
It looks as if the big fight on tho
most important questions bofore the ter
ritorial legislature is imminent and
Governor Kibboy is expected to send
a special message to tho assembly to
day. Tho executive is emulating the
national wiolder of the big stick in this
respect: not one knows what ho is go
ing to say in his message. It is a cinch,
though, that it will be a warm one, as
the governor's views on certain affairs,
particularly mine taxation, aro very
pronounced, to say tho least.
RAINBOW-CHASING IN OKLAHOMA
Whe state makers of Oklahoma aie
gotting speedily into deeper water in
thejf efforts to framo a constitution
that shall not only be an improvement
upon tho constitution of tho United
States, but shall tie tho hands of tho
in purely temporary mat-
tors says tho Washington Post. The
statehood act appropriated $100,000 for
the .expenses of tho dclogatcs to the
constitutional convention. This money
has all been spent, largoly in extrava
gant and useless clerical patronage and
printing bills, and now tho constitution
makers are serving without pay. Tho
attendance upon tho sessions has dwin
dled since the inonoy supply was ex
hausted and tho prospect that a consti
tution will bo perfected which will
..meet- the upproval of tho peoplo is said
,Tho remnant of delegates who aro
i elvu& without pay has sent a me-
George Walr j- hia ,ast cop.
per lotter in tho Boston Commercial:
Coppor continues steady ,and prices
are unchanged. Lake is soiling at "ac
cents and electrolytic at 23V5 cents per
pound. Producers are experiencing dif
Acuity in filling the contracts they made
three or four months ago, as production
lias failed to equal earlier expectations.
Bearish reports and rumors concerning
the condition of the iron and steel mar
ket, which have been circulated recent
ly, seemingly have reduced somewhat
the inquiry! or copper for distant future
It is known that tho condition of the
money market has caused the abandon
ment of plans for new construction and
equipment by a few railroad companies
and also .that scarcity of labor has
checked industrial expansion somewhat
in other directions. According to the
best information obtainable, however,
the demand for steel and iron, as well
as copper, exceeds the supply. There
is such a dearth of cash copper avail
able that it seems impossible that any
surplus supplies could accumulate be
tween now and the end of the year,
even should a general business reaction
develop. Thoso in a position to pass
compotent judgment, however, express
tho belief that the average price of
copper will not drop below 20 cents
within the next three or four years.
Boston coppers havo shown a disposi
tion to break away from the depressing
influence of the cw York market this
week, and to continue their upward
-ourxe. The' announcement that the
Caltimot & Hccla company had or
dered 2.'5,O00 shares of Allouez stock
transferred to its name was the final
evidence needed to confirm the state
ments mado long ago that the largest
of the Lake Superior companies was
becoming heavily interested in the
stocks of companies owning neighbor
ing mines. Reduced to its final analysis
the action of Calumet & Hccla means
that the officials of that company, with
their ripe experience in tho Lake Su
perior mining field, became satisfied
that Lake Superior stocks wore worth
moio thau the public was willing to pay
tor tnem and thereupon proceeded to
buy theso stocks and make them assets
of their company. It seems to me that,
this constitutes tho strongest argumon,t
that possibly could bo produced that
good copper stocks are still .cheap, not
only on the basis, of thoir current earn
ings, but intrinsically as well.
If Calumet & Hecla officials feel war
ranted in buying for thoir company such
stocks as AUouez, Centennial and Osce
ola, and putting money into prospocts
like Superior, La Sallo and Nonosuch,
and in buying and exploring tons of
thousands of acres of mineral lands hav
ing as yet no demonstrated value; )f
tne colo-liyan interests aro satisfied
that tho metal market outlook warrants
them in keeping a largo corps of mining
engineers in tho field examining pros
pects, and in buying every thoroughly
promising property that comes' under
thoir notice, it may be argued that tho
public, also, is justified in tho bullish
attitude it is taking on the stocks 6
coppor mining companies and copper
It must be borne in mind, .however,
that Calumet & Hecla and (he Cole
Ryan interests aro sure of good man
agement for their properties, as they
know tho mining business and are in
a position to havo thoir managers con
stantly under thoir oyes. The public
is not equally well situated In this .re
spect, and, therefore, for its own protec
tion, should scrupulously avoid putting
its money into tho stocks of companies
which aro promoted by men who never
have been connected with successful
Although coppor share prices in many
instances appear high as compared with
former standards, they nro still exceed
ingly low when compared with any
other group of stocks on tho market.
While railroad companies feol compelled
to pay exorbitant rates of intoicst forLbo givon a trial this afternoon
monoy with winch to purchaso new
equipment and to extend thoir lines,
the coppor producing companies are
buying lands, extending thoir develop
ments, paying for equipment and con
struction from earnings, and at the
same time disbursing more money in
dividends and carrying larger surpluses
than nt uny previous time in the his
tory of tho trade. Bailroad operating
exponses aro increasing almost as lap
idly as gross earnings; but while copper
mining profits havo increased fourfold
in three yeurs, production costs have
not advanced an average of ono cent
per pound of .copper.
The purchase of Copper Ituuge, Old
Dominion, Amalgamated, Boston Con
solidated, Utah Copper, Utah Consoli
dated, Butte Coalition, Greene, Shan
non, Michigan, Balaklala, Utah Apex,
Boston Corbin and Boston I31y is recoln
monded. I believe all of these stocks
will advance i'loin tho present level.
cnrij-ing concealed weapons and ho will
Tibbs was in tho Storo saloon at the
timo of his arrest and aspho reached in
his pockot for a dime to play policy ho
exposed the gun in his hip pocket and
he was gathered in by the ranger.
Tibbs' friends havo been interceding
in, his behalf today, but the law allows
no discretion to tho judge, tis tho mini
mum penalty provided is ton days in
jail and $20 fine, which can be nicreased
to thirty days and $300 fine.
One of the reasons given by Tibbs'
friends for leniency on the part of
Judge IJico was that ho had been to
church and was just on his wuy home
and diopped in to play a dime in the
policy game. ,
It is not known what church Tibbs
attends, but even in Arizona it is not
considered strictly according to Hoylo
to take a six-shooter to church, and
then again, a razor is supposed to be
tho piopcr weapon for a gentleman of
' 4luk iti1ntu1 tiiioii tiunttt tt Miiri' f i it t.
the Silver Belt Always up to
Phoeuix. Paper Accuses Globe Man of
Conspiring for Railway Commission
ship Says Miles Kicked Because
Rates Restricted Mortality in Globe.
Tho Phoenix Republican, which hns
taken a strong hand against the three
cent law and tho ono creating a railway
commission, has tho following to mv
regarding a Globo business man who is
now in Phoonix working for both:
J. S. Miles of Globe is prevalent iu
Phoenix. Mr. Miles is nn undertaker
and embalmer and it is understood that
his mission nt tho capital is to perfouu
the last sad ofliccs for the railroad) of
this territory. Ho has opened head
quarters for himself ns a bureau of
anti-railroad legislation. Miles, it if
thought by those who arc in sympathy
with his purposes, had bettor remained
away, for, as befits his calling, he is a
person of lugubrious aspect and has
already had a depressing offect on the
anti-railroad movement. Thoy f oar that
if ho remains much longer it will likely
require his professional services,
4 t,,nn to think about things apparently
widely dissociated from his profession.
But Mr. Miles know what ho was talk
in about. Tho high rato on caskets
turned his mental activities in that di
rection and ho not unnaturally attrb
litcd tho dullness of business to the in
equity of tho casket schedule.
The rato was discouraging if not ac
lobo is a reinarkabJyicalJUx .gnnui
Mr. M." ineroforo had plonty of
MINERAL APPLICATIONNo. 234.
United States Land OllieePhocnix,
Febiuary 2(i, 1D07. Notice is heieby
given that E. A. Wayne, of Globe, Ari
zona, us attorney in fact for Globe
Boston Copper Mining Company, has
made application for patent to .tho
Belle, American Boy, I. X. L., Cotton,
wood and Populist lode mining claims,
Survey No. 2311, situated in tho Globe
Mining .District, Giln County, Arizona,
in Sections 13, 1.4, 23 and 24, Tp. 1 N.,
R. 15 E., G. & S. R. B. & M.. and de
scribed as follows: BELLE Beginning
at Cor. No. 1, whence the W. yt Cor. of
Sec. 13, Tp. 1 N., R. 15 E., G. & S. It.
H..& M., bears N. 21) deg. 31 min. W.
10S7.3 feet; thence N. 52 deg. 58 min.
E. 12G0.1 feet to Cor. No. 2; thence S.
51 deg. 31 min. E. 000 feet to Cor. No.
3; thence S. 53 deg. 3 min. W. 12G0.2
feet to Cor. No. 4; thence N. 51 deg.
31 min. W. 507.5 feet to Cor. No. 1, the
placo of beginning. Conflict with the
Aztec lode claim, Survey No. 820, eon
taining .108 acre, excluded. AMER
ICAN BOY Beginning at Cor. No. 1,
whence the S. W. Cor. of Sec. 13, Tp.
1 N R. 15 E., G. & S. R. B. & M.,
bears S. 3(5 deg. 38 min. W. 14S4 feet;
thence N. 53 deg. 3 min. E. 1429.5 feet
to Cor. No. 2; thence S. 51 deg. 41 min.
E. 5IW feet to Cor. No, 3; thence S. 53
deg. 3 min. W. 1429.5 feet to Cor. No.
4; thoncc N. 51 deg. 41, min. W. 599
feet to Cor. No. J, thcplaee of begin
rnnSriklUHrt Yf'.tkT'lBngte i0& clain;.
Survey N. 103G, containing .339 acre,
excluded. I. X. L. Beginning at Cor.
No. 1, whence tho N. W. Cor. of Sec.
24, Tp. 1 N., It. 15 E., G. & S. R. B. &
M., bears N. 88 deg. 21 min. W. 297.0
feet; thence N. 48 deg. 33 min. W.
4 000 feet to Cor. No. 2; thence N. 41
leg. 30 iniu. E. 1403.3 feet to Cor. No.
A; thence S. 4S deg. 33 min. E. 591.2
feet to Cor. No. 4; thence S. 41 leg. 9
f ii fill t nrnfiSKtf Stn Trwliklrt inuf iMlltl
not die with .caskets at the price Mr. ; "."3 " i,$wooiV
Miles was forced to hold them at. . Ilac5 .f KinninR. COT1 ON W OOD-
Hnvimr aScnrt.iine,l to his own Mit.:-B!SII,,I,K nt ('or' No l w,'cnco thc iV
isfaction that the Gila Volley, Glob"
& Northern and the other railroads were
restricting mortality and were, so, iti
restraint of trado and in contravention
Cor. of Sec. 24, Tp. 1 N., R. 15 E.,
& S. II. B. & M., bears N. 88 deg.
min. W. 297.0 feet; thence S. 50 deg.
min. W. 1441 feet to Cor. No. 2;
i i t r to i tn . iir tym p l.
of the Sherman law, if not of tho Hfcp-i u,c"re n "' ,w '?; "?" -burn
law, Mr. Miles accordingly be-1 r. No. 3; tbeneo N. 60 deR. 10 min
gan clamoring through thc newspapers ! ' 1M ''. ?, ( "r- - 4' S. 48
for a reform in order that the cou.st of B. ; - 000 feet to ( or. Jo. 1,
nature might bo resumed to the end tl," yh,r of ''""'"K- POPULIST
that peoplo who were being held on Bf(!n")"B at tor. M 1 njef o he S.
. ... wV., v. x.v. , ., ... . .-., .,
btyx might pro
cccd upon their inevitable journey. The
situation to the mind of Mr. Miles wad
much the same is if thc San Cnrios
bridge were out.
Ho demanded a railway commission
and ho is here after it. He has already
interviewed a majority of the leglsla
tors on tho subject and he has led
them to understand that ho wants to
be ono of tho initial' commissioners.
With what he has already learned
about tho rato on caskets and with
what more ho could learn in his in
quisitorial capacity of commissioner, he
believes he could collaborate with the
interstate commerco commission to the
end that the embargo on death at
Globo would be lifted.
Subscribe for tho Daily Silver Bolt.
TOOK GUN TO CHURCH
Strange Explanation for Gun Toting by
Last evening Ranger Kidder arrested
Henry Tibbs, a negro, on the chargo of
G. &. S. R. B. & M., bears S. 21 deg. 24
min. K 417.4 feet; thence S. 50
deg. 19 min. W. 1441 feet to Cor. No.
2; thenco N. 0(5 deg. 0 min. W. 097.1
feet to Cor. No. 3; thence N. 54 deg.
IkS min. E. 1500 feet to Cor. No. 4;
thence S. 00 deg. (J min. E 571.7 feot to
Cor. No. 1, the place of beginning. Lo
cation notices arc recorded in Records
of "Mines, except as otherwise stated,
County Recorder's oflice, Gila County,
as follows: Belle original, Book 3,
page 448, amended, book 8, page 307;
American Boy Book 3, page 501,
amended, Book 8, page 304; I. X. L.
original, Book 7, Records of Globo Min
ing District, page 149, amended, Book
8, page 3CG; Cottonwood-Airiginal, Book'
3, page 504, amended, Book 8, page 355,
amended, Book 8, pa go 300; Populist
original, Book 4, page 372, amended,
book 8, page 307. Adjoining and con
flicting claims are Crauccr, Aztec and
Stallo & Moody on tho northwest; Pi
nal, Satisfaction, Amber and Triangle
on the northeast; Triangle, Tip Top, Os
ceola, Darius and Copper King on the
southeast; and Canon on the southwest.
MILTON It. MOORE, Register.
l-irst publication March 1, 1907.
ISgfflSST CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT;
Advertisements under this head 10 cents per line the first insertion and 6 cents per line each subsequent uu
By the month, $1.00 per line. No ad inserted for less than 20 cents. All ads under this head must be paid f'
Wo have letters for G H P; G L C;
E P S and X Y Z.
WANTED Competent waiters at the
WANTED A little monoy will let you
in on the giound floor of a strictly
. Al proiwsitioii. Address Box 199,
Globe, A. T. 122
TWO LADIES wish employment 'afc
cooking. Apply at Mrs. M. A. llnvct
FOR SALE Five-room house, price
$850; easy terms and only $200 down.
Apply room 28, Trust building. 143
FOR SALE Three room house with
pantry and cellar, Opposite tho Cen
tral school. Apply t James It. Wall.
Best view of Globe. 142
FOR SALE Piano -in good condition
Address Box 01, City. 122
FOR SALE Dwelling house on Oak
street, block 35; town lots on East
and Sycamore streets. Address Fred
en's lodging house
box 321, or call at Gold-
FOR SALE Lot with four-room house,
Pascoo hill, $1,000; $150 cash, balance
time. Addiess P. O. Box 1029. 122
LOST AND FOUND
bt.bax.ujj siacK mare, two
hind feet; brand S. P. r, (.Q
on left hip; scar on right f"
iuijr iurnun ri-iurning the
bam Garside, Pascoe hill
FOR RENT Desirable furnished!
ground, back of South Sulf ,.,'
FOR RENT Three-room house J
vjuu jiiiiiuur j.iru. .au jf J
reis resilience, Aortli GU.w
j FOR RENT Front room at Dr.
rear I-irst National bank
LOST Pockot book containing receipts j
and two telegrams. Leave at this J FOR RENT Business room
ollfco and iceeivo icvvard.
tf Miss K. Young, opposite lioit.
A LITTLE BIT OF EVERYTHING
See Mack and Jim at the Wopi eu
Money ro loan on good security,
dress W., Box 971, city.
fluddic Dubley, who lost his voice
more than a year ago, has a new doc
tor working on him now and the doc
tor insists he'll soon enablo him to
speak. Dubley 's very pessimistic about
Wise And yet if the doctor succeeds
I'll bet Dubley 's first words will be:
"I told you so."
If you want something extra nice in
wall paper, got to Ryan's.
Wo receive Kansas poultry
week. Globe Meat Market.
Just Described Her
"Yea," said Lovet, "I was engaged
to her once."
"So I understood," remarked Newitt.
L"She told me she was an old flame of
"That's pretty near right. She ccr
tniuly did burn up my money."
First-class work at bed rock
Buxton & Merritt, the painters.
How was the "Dime! Fine! Fine.
Bread, cakes and pies delivered to
any part of town by the Star Bakery.
Choice cut flowers, direct from the
hothouse. Call at Western Union office.
Raising the Wind
"Henry, I can't make over this bon-t
net lor another eanter.
"AH right, dear," resioiided tho
press humorist. "I'll see if I can't,'
make over a few of last year's Easter
Get in out of the dust and drink the
biggest beer in town at the Wedge.
Take the family to the D ne.
Parties wantiug brick can have' thoir
wauts promptly supplied by leaving
their orders at the dflice of
GIBSON &, HENDERSON.
Mines and Stock Exchange, Globe Ariz.
Choice beef, pasture fed and the fin
est to be had anywhere. Globe Meat
Choice cut flowers and plants direct
from California by, fast express, at W.
U. telegraph office. Orders taken.
Stage to Gibson Mine
Stage will leave each Monday, Wed
nesday and Friday mornings at 9:20 a.
in., from Barclay A. Higiion's corral.
Choice hams and bacon, none finer
fjlobe Meat Market.
"The legislature of. Utah has adopted
resolutions commending the United
"Well, we'Hi AncT u0e3 ne p;e:'"l-i
senate really get a kind word at last f"
Fine fresh Kansas porklaf Globe Meat
The finest line of wall papers ever
shown in Globe. Buxton & Merritt.
The' Globe teaiu Laundry is now in
full operation and prepared to do all
kinds of laundry work promptly and
satisfactorily. Orders receive prompt
attention. Work called for and deliv
ered in any part of the city.
G. BOUSE, Proprietor.
Anything in the way 01 mixed drinks
can always be had at McDonough 's.
Decorate Your Home
Go to Ryan '8 for a varied assortment
of wall paper.
Joakley Queer tliinir'about that tall
man over there. Al! his intiinatc'Triemls
call him "Short."
Poakley Ah! just for n joke, I sup
pose. Joakley No; because that is his
Wp Thought So
"Can you tell me just wliat the rules
of evidence dijbarf "
- ffln New Vorkt"
'(Anytliiug tending, to
light on the case."
Take the time to go to the Dime.
Try our sausage, the very finest
quality. Globe "Meat Market.
Now my cold has gone away, "
And I know not what to da.
Kept me busy all the day; n
It was cheap aniuseptcnt, too.
Go to Buxton & Merritt f
line of wall paper and ho
tious of every description.
Just received a carload
latest designs in wall pape
1907. Buxton & Merritt.
Dorchester Bourbon, fine g-ok,
unu juai iuu ining zor wuat ;
jh ono or umbo's oldest audi
known cafes; everything first tl
hit line. Call and be conviurej.
Go to Kyan's
vvnen you want magazines, onfec
ery, books, stationery, amniunitiil
graphophone records. Souvenir p-!
at Jtyans. .
A Chronic Kicker
"What's the matterf"
"Oh, the kentry's goin' to rath
"But times are ood.
"Live and let live." Union 1
Market, Cv Musgrave, proprietor.
On and after March 1, 1907, ttel
dersigned banks of Globe will els
3 o'clock excepting on Saturdays, n
they will close at 1 o'clock p. m.
THE GLOBE NATIONAL BAKH
A. G. Smith, Cii
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GLOl
ARIZn S. F. SuUenberger, Cashid
THE GILA VALLEY BANK
TRUST CO., J. M. Hurd, Asst. (
OLD DOMINION COMMERCIAL
A. T. Hammons, Ciibd
THE DIME THEATRE
At the Academy
Smoke the Old Reliable
La International Cigar
El Paso ... Texas
Reed, Hay and Grain Stable
New Livery Rigs for Hire. We make a specialty
4of buying and selling horses and vehicles
of every kind
Successor to E. P. Kellner Lumber Co.
Lumber of Every Description
-Doors, Windows, Lath, Shingles,
Wm. Whalley, Prop.
Latest Illustrated Songs and
Most Up-to-Date Moving
Pictures on the Chicago
Film Circuit. A good clean
entertainment for all, both
young and old.
2 performances every even
ing except Sunday, at 7:30
and 8:30 p. m.
GENERAL ADMISSION 10c
Call once and you call again.
DRS, WILSON & WILEY
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
Office Rooms, 5-7-9 Trust Building
Office Phone Main 1811
Residence, Dominion Hotel
Railroad Addition Lots for Sale
$25.00 down, ( balance $12.50 per month
buys a nice level lot 50x100, in Railroad
Addition, street and alleys. Now is the time
for you to take advantage of the best oppor
tunity offered in Greater Globe.
HOUSES SOLD ON INSTALLMENTS. LOTS FOR
SALE IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITY.
We buy, rent, trade, sell, improved and unimproved
property. Lodging houses, boarding houses,
restaurants and business chances.
OUR DEALS ARE STRAIGHT, OUR IARGAINS GOOD.
Home Investment Company
H. C. Hopkins
U. S. MINERAL
' Room 12, Globe Building
Let the Baker Do the Work!
tf. R. NORTON MKhitA
Room 12, Globe Building
Franz dumber Co.
Lumber, doors, windows, paints,
oils, vaniiihes and cement. AH
kinds of builders material
THE WAGON WILL CALL AT YOUR
HOME WITH A FULL LINE OP
BREAD, PIES AND PASTRY.
Sole Agentsor Douglas Cement
Yards located on Railroad Street one block
west of the Court House.
LET THE BASES DO THE WORK