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Friday, December 6, iqqJ
DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
MBp ' fRago Four
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REDUCED ROUND TRIP
Christmas and New Year's
One lowest first class fare and one third ior the
round trip between all points on the Pacific System
and to 1 Paso including Branch Lines.
Christmas Tickets Dec. 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 1907.
January 2, 1908.
Stop Overs will not be permitted
For further particulars inquire of Local Agent
p Southern Pacific Co. or E. G. HUMPHREY,
8 District Passenger Agent,
8 Tucson, Ariz.
Store Beiow Town, Prices Likewise
Now is tho timo to got a Bupply of goods at unusually low prices. I
carry everything you nwd,
GROCERIES, HARDWARE BOOTS, SHOES
CROCKERY, WOOD BLANKETS, COMPORTS
HAT AND GRAIN DRY GOODS AND FURNISHINGS
5 per cent Rebate on all Cash Purchases
Wm. Mill Williams
Telephone !2I North Globe
f Plant Your Honey
! In Immovable
X The present crisis being universal and to
those who have banked their hard earned gains
and feel they will lose them, I am prepared to
furnish my own material and labor and cheerfully
t accept in payment a check on any bank in
The above includes all kinds of stone work
used in cemeteries.
SHOP AT ENTRANCE TO THE CEMETERY
J. J. McGlNNIS
BARCLAY, HIGDON & CO.
Single and Double Teams
Saddle Horses Hay, Grain & Coal
LOTTERY CONDUCTED IN THE
WHITE HOUSE BY PRESIDENT
A Specialty made of Fine Livery Rigs
FAMOUS INDIAN HOT SPRINGS
A noted resort for health and pleasure. Rates. $2.00
to $3.00 per day. Twenty minutes rido from Hot
Springs Station, Graham comity,
Arizona. Theso wonderful wa
ters are recommended to euro
rheumatism, gout, dropsy, liver,
kidney and stomach troubles,
blood disorders and women's ail
xncnt3. Beautiful lawns and
shado trees; largo plunge and
swimming pool; also fish lako and
boating, lawn tennis and croquet
and Bwings. Try our wonderful
mud and mineral baths. If you aro sick, get well. If well, get pleas
uro and rest.
Tickets with return limit of ton days, $5.35 for tho round trip.
Saturday and Sunday excursions On Saturdays and Sundays from
May. 23rd to Soptcmbcr 30th, tickets limited to return tho following
Monday will bo on salo at tho rate of $4.25..
ALEXANDER BROTHERS, Postofflco Fort Thomas, Arizona.
The Finest Resort in Globe
Popular with all classes winter and summer. Re
freshments of all kind3. Choice Cigars, Wines
Schlitz and Anheuser-Busch Beer always on Draught
Anyone wishing to purchaso a Nav
ajo blanket or rug, call at 475 N. Ilill
strcot, Bailey block. Finest collection
over brought to tho city.
Bing up 372 for a pnlntor. Van Wag
enen will call on you and givo you a
How About Your Inguranco7
Don't wait until tho house burns
down boforo you think of insurance See
Mooro & Fcland about it at onco, Home
Printing Building. tf
Books! Seo tho largo lino of books
at Van Wagencn's. P. O. building.
Tho nowest and most uniquo mothod
of dispensing federal pntronago was ox
amplified by President Roosevelt yes
terday. It marks n departure in tho
usual proceduro governing the selection
of prcsidontinl appointor! Thero is
nothing complex or intricate in tho pro
cess, which consists in the simplo ex
periment of drawing lots or tossing a
Tho domonstrntion nas given for tho
benofit of two United States sonators
who woro unnblo to harmonize thoir
viows ns to tho distribution of federal
offices in thoir state. Tho president
enmo.to the conclusion that something
must bo done, and ho worked out tho
problem to his own satisfaction.
To go back to btho beginning, Senator
Robert Jackson Gamble nnd Senator
Alfred Beard Kittretlgo, both of South
Dakota, have boon at -sword's points
politically for a long time. Tho two
senators nro republicans, but each has
sought to eliminate tho other from tho
stngo of politics, with tho result that
both nro still in tho senate. Scnntor
Gnmblo is a third-term boomer, while
Sonntor Kittredgo is for Tnft's nomin
ation, holding tlmt tho president must
be tnken nt his word in his notablo
In making federal appointments in
South Dakota, tho. president seemed to
favor tho preferences of Senator Gam
ble. Whoa then amos of Gamble's
friends wcro sent to the senate, Kitt
redgo, who stands high among tho lead
ers, succeeded in having them pigeon
holed. Tho result has been that thero
has boon a doadlock in tho president's
attempts to mnko federal appointments
in tho state represented by Senators
Kittredgo and Gamble.
Tho Rivals Meet
At 10 o'clock yestorday morning Sen
ator Gnmblo and Senator Kittredgo met
in tho president's office. Neither know
that tho othor was to bo there. That
was part of Mr. Uoosevclt's little
scheme. Ho had written a lotter to
each senator asking him to bo at the
White IIouso at tho Hour named, and
both sonators had hurried to Washing
ton Senator Gnmblo from his homo in
Yankton nnd Senator Kittredgo from
his homo in Sioux Falls.
Mr. Roosevelt enjoyed tho joko when
tho two political enemies met face to
face. Tho senator, however, greeted
cacli other politely, for they have never
permitted their ditTcrncs to paBS be
yond tho bounds of courtesy. Tho only
other person present nt tho mooting was
Francis E. Leupp, commissioner of In
dian affairs and biographer of tho presi
"Now, gentlemen," said Mr. Iloosc
volt, when the greotings were over, "I
trust you have loft your guns at home.
If you hnvc not, pleaso deposit them on
Tho president said other things. He
regretted sincerely to see such good
men nt odds and would bo delighted to
have them bury their differences. While
ho talked he was doing something with
his hands just beneath the top of his
desk. Senator Kittredge, who occupied
a position of vantage, never took his
eyes from those busy hands. Suddenly
Mr. Rooscvolt hold up two closed fists.
Kittredge Gets Choice
"Gentlemen," ho said, "I havo de
termined upon a simplo method of set
tling your differences. In one hand I
hold a long piece of paper; in tho other
I hold a short picco of paper. Whoever
draws tho long piece of paper shall
havo tho first choice in tho appointment
of public land officers in South Dakota.
There nro cloven of these officers to bo
appointed. Tho ono who draws tho long
pieco of paper shall nntno six and the
other senator may name five."
If tho two senators wcro amazed thoy
didn't havo timo to show it. Tho presi
dent waved his closed fists in tho nir.
"I will givo you first choice, Senator
Kittredge," ho said.
"Left hand," responded Kittredge.
jho president slowly oponcd tho hand
indicated. A strip of white paper law
upon his palm. Then ho opened his
right hand. Tho slip of paper that lay
upon tho right palm was shprtor than
tho other slip.
"You win, Senator Kittredge," ho
Senator Kittredgo smiled. Senator
Gamble smiled too, but it was not a
"Tho noxt number on tho program,"
resumed tho presidont, "is tho selection
of two Indian gents'.
His hands woro busy, as before, be
neath tho shelter of his desk. Commis-1
sioner Leupp drew nenrer. Ho was in
terested in tho outcome of this phaso
of lot-drawing. Sonntor Kittredgo
watched tho prcsidontinl digits out of
tho corner of his oye.
"You guess again, Kittredgo," said
Mr. Roosevelt, as he brought his closed
fists into view.
"Left," came from Kittredge.
"No; it is Senator Gamble who is
left," cried tho president, as ho opened
his fingers. Kittredgo had won again.
Commissioner Leupp 's face grew grave.
Perhaps, as a foremost exponent of
civil sorvico reform, ho did not liko this
mothod of dotormining upon tho fitness
of candidates for office Perhaps somo
say probably ho had a candidato of his
own. Tho presidont saw tho chango in
his biographer's usually pleasant ex
pression. Wins Onco Again
"This is rather looping the Leupp,
gentlemen," ho is reported to havo said.
Whereat oven Senator Gamble laughed.
"Now, let us seo what wo havo
noxt," began Mr. Roosevelt. "Oh yes;
there is that auditor for tho intormr
department. Wo '11 find out if ho is to
Tho auditor of tho interior is Hon.
Robert S. Parson of South .Dakota. Ho
was appointed on tho recommendation
of Senator Kittredgo, and-is an intonso
Kittredgo partisan. Tho anti-Kittredgo
wing of tho republican party in South
Dakota has been trying to oust him.
Whilo tho president was talking, his
hands wcro busy again. TJho eagle oyo
of Kittredgo watched thoir oyory move.
Whon tho closed fists eamo above tho
desk tho president exclaimed
"You shall havo tho first turn again,
"Right hand," said Kittredge. As
tho fingers of tho president were
strnightoncd out, Kittredgo was almost
Bob Porson stays," ho mumbled, and,
picking tho largo bit of paper from tho
president's hands, reverently plac'cd it
in his waistcont pocket.
President Roosevelt was growing sus
picious of Kittredge. Gnmblo hadn't
won a thing, nnd many of Gamble 'a
friends in South Dakota wcro enthusi
astic Roosevelt men. Tho president
rapped his desk three times in n non
chalant, caroloss way. Senator Gnmblo
crossed his fingers.
Tho next drawing in the great South
Dakota lottery had tho district attor
neyship for a prize.
"Guess," said tho president, with his
fists in front of Kittredge. Kittredgo
guessed "left" nnd guessed wrong. It
was Gnmblo's win. Gamble smiled and
crossed his fingers.
"In this gamble you get tho kitty for
once," said n still small voice. Even
Senator Kittredgo laughed.
Gamble Has Innings
Tho South Dakota internnl rovcuuo
collectorship was disposed of in tho
same manner. Senator Kittredgo
guessed as boforo and drew tho short
slip. Senator Gamble began to look
The two South Dakota statesmen had
becu anxious throughout the contest,
but their anxiety was increased tenfold
when tho presidont turned to them
There was only, one oflico left, and it
was better than any of those that had
gono before. This was the national
bank examinership, tho choicest plum
on tho South Dakota political tree.
"I think 1 shall change my method,"
said the president. "1 think I shall
toss a coin to decide the bank cxaminor
ship." Mr. Roosevelt placed his right hand
in tho trousers pocket on that side and
pulled up a bunch of keys. A search of
his loft-hand trousers pocket revealed
nothing more than something that look
ed liko n Carnegie hero medal. Tho
president began to look embarrassed.
Caroful rummaging of his waistcoat
pockets produced nothing more than an
elk's tooth nnd a lock of Emperor Wil
liam's hair. Mr. Roosevelt smiled one
of his quirical smiles.
"I haven't a cent," he confessed,
blushmgly. "Leupp, lend mo somo
money," said he, turning to tho commis
sioner of Indian affairs.
It was Commissioner Leupp 's turn to
bo embarrassed. "I havo only ono
coin," ho remarked shyly, as he handed
it over to the president.
Tho two senators were breathing
heavily. They watched tho president
with intense interest. Each wanted
that bank examinership and wanted it
Substitutes a Coin.
"Now, Senator Kittredge," briskly
spoko Mr. Roosevelt, "I am going to
givo you a chance to guess again. When
I toss this coin you name the side
that falls uppermost, and if you're right
j'ou select tho bank examiner. If you
guess wrong, Senator Gamblo gets
"Hold a minute, Mr. President," in
terjected Senator Kittredge. The presi
dent lowered his poised hand. "I just
want to know if that's a new $10 gold
piece," said Kittredge.
"No, it's only a quarter," was tho
president's answer. "Hero goes," and
lie tossed tho money into tho nir.
"In God wo trust," cried Kittredgo
fervently. "I choose heads."
"Heads sho is," said Mr. Roose
velt. "You win, Senator Kittredge."
Before tho two South Dakota son
ators ien tho White Jiouso it was
agreed that thoy would submit their
slates of appointments before congress
assembled. Mr. Kittredge, m accord
nnco with tho result of tho lottery,
will nnmo a majority of tho federal
officeholders to be appointed in his
state and Mr. Gamblo will name the
rest. Tho president will follow tho
recommendations of tho senator, and
each senator will not oppose tho nom
inations made to tho senate by the
president nt tho instanco of the othor
senator. Washington Herald.
from, to ascertain what had been killed,
to his surprise he could not discover
It was stated by men working in tho
Bnmc department with Myers that ho
was a drug fiend and that he had said
after ho had been discharged a few
days ago for drinking heavily that if
ho over touched liquor again he would
Myers is about 35 years of ago;
weighs 130 pounds; stands 5 feet 9
inches high; has n sallow complexion,
nnd whon seen last was dressed in a
good brown suit of clothes, brown derby
hnt and blnck shoes.
MESCAL JIM HAOKETT, A TYPE
OF THE OLD WEST, IS DEAD
"Mescal .Tim" Hackctt has roped
his last steer, for good old Jim is dead.
Thus passed out of tho southwest ono
of tho few examples of the now almost
extinct typo of tho cowboys of tho
early days, for conditions havo changed
nnd tho cowpunchcr of today is of a
genus different from his predecessor of
James Hackctt, as ho wns known to
tho few for ho was "Mescal Jim" to
tho many died suddonly yesterday
noon as ho had started to cat lunch in
tho Waldorf, Ho suddenly complained
of illness and was helped int oa back
room by a friend, where ho speedily
lost consciousness and novor recovered,
death following within a very fow min.
utcs. Ho was about 30 years of age.
James Hackctt is thought to havo
OKLAHOMA'S SEAMY SIDE
Stato Is the Theater of a Mo3t Amazing
Drama of Exploitation
For almost twenty years Oklahoma
has been in process of settlement by im
migrants hailing from other American
states, moved by the common impulso
that peoples a new territory in our day
the impulso of tho thirfty to "get in
early" on a paying proposition. There
was no element of true greatness of
spirit in the settlement; the boldness
and daring, tho deep-rooted courage of
the earlier pioneer struggle was want
ing; ithis migration was a business ad
venture, and nothing more. Don't bo
misled by tho appearances of that much
talked-of constitution. Tom, Dick and
Harry, Claude and Clarence didn't fash
ion tho fabric or devise the frills of that
constitution. It's enough to say now
that theso Oklahomans nro neither more
nor less in their makeup than fair-to-middling
Americans. There's absolutely
nothing extraordinary in them; they aro
measurable by tho common, every-day
standards. Ono needn't havo gono to
Oklahoma to "sizo them up." Any
averago American neighborhood is ruled
by tho same type of citizenship.
But hat's not tho case in Indian Ter
ritory, which forms tho eastern part of
tho new state. Here is tho homo of tho
Fivo Civilized Tribes; and hero is the
theater for tho most amazing drama of
exploitation in which tho Fivo Tribes
havo been unwilling actors'. No average
Americans could havo played tho lead-
WENT HUNTING AND
NEVER CUE M
EMPLOYEE OF BISBEE PAPER
AND SUICIDE IS FEARED.
Ono of tho strangest cases of dis
appearance in Bisbeo in a long timo is
that of L. W. Myers, a paper rulor by
profession, wbo up until a fow days
ago, was omployed in tho job depart
ment of the Review. Whilo out hunting
with a friend on Sunday afternoon in
tho lower end of tho district, Myers
wandered away and has not been seen
been u native of Colorado, though this
is not certainly known, and it is said n8 P"rs 5 this performance. Ono was
that his family lived, or formerly lived, justified in expecting to find an extra
ct Las Vegas, N. M., though thoir ordinary strain of character among the
whereabouts arc now uncertain. At- white folk of Indian Territory. That's
tempts aro being mado to ascertain if what I was looking for, and that's what
Iiim fthr nnii mntiior nm ..till livincr I found. Theso townspeople are in a
at Las Vegas, but at this writing no l',ass hY themselves, having mighty lit
word has been received from them u n common wuh uny average,
A Good Cowpuncher
Hackct first becamo known in this
section about twenty years ago and
in 18S7 and 1888 was working for the
Bar 7t outfit, at which time he was
goncrally known as the "Happy Kid."
Since that timo he has worked for
many other outfits, indeed on nearly
every ranch of any importance, and
all he had to do wns to visit a ranch
to have a job offered him, for ho ranked
at tho very top of his business and was
always much sought after. He worked
usually close to tho line, now in Ari
zona, again in New Mexico and again
across tho lino in Sonora, and wherever
ho went he made many friends and al
most no enemies. In tho days when
settlements were few and far between
and tho boys would conic in for a round
up, ho was ever ready to danco all night
and work all day for as many as three
consecutive nights and days and would
bo as lively as ever at the end.
At the time of the settlement of
Douglas, when there were but a few
scattered houses here, ho was wagon
boss for the F outfit and it was at that
iimo the nnmo of "Mescal Jim" was
conferred upon him. There was some
good story, a joke on him, which
brought about the name. The story has
long sinco been forgotten, but tho name
has always stuck.
Popular Among Acquaintances
"Mescal Jim" has many friends
among tho oldest of the old-timers about
Douglas and many a faco wore an air
of sadness this morning as his former
chums clustered together and discussed
his many good points. Generous and
open-hearted, a friend never wanted
when ho was nb5ut. Ho never would
leave his horso tied and saddled whilo
ho went away, but would removo tho
saddle and look to tho animal's comfort
before caring for his own wants. Ever
on the sido of tho weak, ho was never
known to pick a quarrel with ono
smaller or less strong than himself un
less it chanced to bo with a bully a
class ho hated and when ho met ono
of these thero was apt to be trouble
for tho other fellow. There was hardly
a town in tho section where lie could
not go and, whether known or not, bor
row money within two hours, such was
his reputation for honesty, but ho sel
dom needed to borrow, for his credit
wag always tho best.
It is hard to name a prominent ranch
or outfit where ho has not worked and
where ho was not welcome to roturn,
for thero wcro few punchers so export
as he. At tho time of his death ho
was with tho Hood outfit.
Tho funeral was held this afternoon
from tho Washington undertaking par
lors and every cattleman and cowboy
within reach of tho city was on hand,
besides many of his friends among tho
old-timers, all who knew him desiring
to show at least that respect to his
momory. Douglas International.
a notion that they would bear a careful
separate study and they did
For n generation theso Indians havo
been mero counters in a game of grab,
whoso shameless wantonness has rarely
been equaled. Their possessions landed
and otherwise, havo been surpassingly
rich; their territory is a garden spot,
nnd beneath tho fruitful soil lie vast
treasures in coal, oil and gas. It is ono
of tho miracles of a "get rich quick"
ago that the tribesmen have not long
sinco been stripped clean of their her
itage, as their grcthren have been on
every side. But somehow they have
escaped tho extreme of the general pil
laging of th reservations.
This was not for tho lack of a will
ing spirit on tho part of tho looters
of the frontier. Tho dry-as-dust official
literature of the Government printing
office tells a sordid story of knavery
that has been carried out, sometimes in
insolent defiance of the law's ministers,
and sometimes with their active favor
and assistance. Grazing leaso grabs,
coal leases, and what not thieveries of
like form have marked this tcrirtory
for their own through a long dreary
string of years. "Move on!" has been
spoken effectively to other Indian tribes
whoso holdings were coveted. The Rose
bud Sioux, tho Shoshoncs of Wyoming,
and tho hapless Utcaaro recent cases
in point. But the Fivo Civilized Tribes
havo kept nominal hold upon their own,
up to the day of the dignity of state
hood. Tho leasing deals, though, have
returned to the Indians only a tiny
fraction of tho profits made by the ex
ploiters. Unable to steal tho lands
themselves, these birds of prey havo
had to be satisfied perforce with steal
ing tho fruits. "Stealing" is just the
right word. Occasional official sanc
tion doesn't chango the fact. Taking
something for nothing from an ignor
ant, helpless people is stealing. That's
what tho pale-faced hawks and buzzards
of Indian Territory have been doing
this long time. Boston Transcript.
CC5VWWT. ' VI' I
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Equipped with a thoroughly node
refrigerating plant we offer ail Beats
thoroughly cooled, all animai heat
removed, all tho healthfulness, m
tho juiciness and all the flavor re
tained. Pioneer Meat Market
"The Best Meats"
393 NORTH BROAD ST.
One Towel Cabinpt,
Brush, Soap and Six
Towels each week
$1.25 per Month
750 North Broad Street
Edmund T. Satchel!
Assayer and Chemist
41 BROAD STREET P O Box 871
GOLDEN LODGING HOUSE
Prices reduced 50 per cent Sum
rooms, good beds, electric light, spn;:
water. Opposite the Wedge saitcE
.North Globe. Booms $4.50 per montn
FEED H. GOLDEN, Prop
Owing to tho romarks which ho had
made, it is bcliovcd that ho may havo
committed snicido, whilo another theory
is that ho is a drug fiend, and to satisfy
a craving for morphino is in ono of tho
opium joints on tho Moxican sido of tho
line, at Naco. Captain Whcolor of tho
Arizona rangers was notified of tho mat
ter and took chargo of tho search.
On Sunday morning .Ralph Erickson,
aged about 17 years, and L. W. Myors,
started out down tho canyon on n hunt
ing expedition, tho former having a
shotgun nnd ammunition. Iato Sunday
ovening tho boy returned to tho city
nnd stated that about 4 o'clock Myors
had borrowed tho gun and, saying that
ho would bunt something, started off.
By this time thoy had reached a point
about four miles east of Warren. Ten
minutes later Erickson heard a shot and,
running in tho direction it had camo
Kaiserin Called "Empress of Goodness"
In Germany a woman is judged, not
according to her drawing room accom
plishments or knowledgo of men and
matters of tho timo, but according to
her domesticity. That is exactly how
tho kaiserin likes to bo judged. Sho
prides herself upon being a model house
wife, and has always endeavored to set
an examplo to her countrywomen by
keoping studiously aloof from matters
political and concentrating her attention
upon the requirements of her home, hus
band and children. Outsido these, the
sonouB interests of tho empress lio
mainly among the poor and suffering.
Sho is intensely charitable, and has
done wondors to help forward philan
thropic movements in Germany, and it
is in consequence of her work in this
direction that sho has beon termed
"Empress of Goodness." At tho same
timo her majesty is fond of outdoor rec
reations, being quito an export tennis
player and ono of tho best horsewomen
in tho empire. London Tit-Bits.
Heart Disease in High Finance
Deaths from organic heart trouble in
the third quarter of 1907 in this city
showed a marked increase over the cor
responding period of last year. For tho
quarter now running tho health depart
ment tells us to expect an alarming in
crease in such deaths because of the
monoy stringency and the fall in stocks.
A financial flurry leaves its marks on
tho health report.
But just as tho currency readjustment
is bound to clear tho fiscal atmosphore,
so, tho sanitary experts declare, tho
period of recovery from panic will re
lieve tho death list. Retrenchments in
many households must follow losses.
There is sure to bo a wide reaction
from the lato excesses and extrava
gances of abounding prosperity. Weak
hearts, weak stomachs and weak livers
will find medicino in a simplo or at
least a simpler life, and tho health
board figures will show tho results in
tho first quarter of 190S. Now York
710 N. Broad St. TeL 1711
Headquarters for the
Gatti Meat Co.
Wholesale and Retail
Will Meet All Prices
Tho Gatti Meat company is still ol
the field to sell butters. Saving nothrd
but standing pat against all butters.
Van Wagenen, next door to the post'
office, docs a general painting and pa
per hanging business. All work guaranteed.
NOTICE OF PAYMENT OF GLEBE'S
Stop at Sam Ecc's today; ask about
Persons holding Clerks' Claim Cer
tificates will pleaso present tho same at
tho oflico of tho Clerk of tho Board of
Supervisors and receivo warrants in
J. W. WENTWORTH, Clerk.
There is a time for good
tea, and a time for good
coffee; there is no time for
Your crocer returns your money if you don't
like Schilline's Best, we pay him
Los Angeles, California
HEADQUARTERS FOR ARIZONANS
Ariznnnns spending the summer on the beaches nro welcome to tho use of our
ladles' parlors, gentlemen's trailing rooms bureau of Information, and all hotel con
veniences. Meet your friends '.hero. Lndles and ohtldren welcome. All depot cars
stop at The Hollenbeck. Electric excursion and beach cars pass the door.
Central Location. Excellent Accommodations.
Reasonable Prices. Splendid Uestaurant.
A. C. BILICKE JNO. S. MITCHELL
Office of the Arizona Hassayampa Club of Los Angeles.
G. BOHSE, Proprietor
This is to notify the public that I
have apain tnlcon full charce of t
Globe Steam Laundry, and that 0?
& Richards, to whom I leased tie plst
somo timo ago, have retired, and a" J
longer in any way connected wiw '
I wish to assure my old patrons
the public in general that all work '
bo first-class and that a prompt servtf
will bo given'. Give mo a mai
Nov. 21, 1907. G. BOHSE-
MADE TO ORDER DIMENSIONS
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rorinln riml tinwo tlin ricllt ini I
KlnnUc. nl, 1, .1..1.1 VJnil if nU11
ery. Estimates on building prompWI
furnished. Call at
Two-story Concrete Block House,
of Globo Lumber Yard
l)nrrrn nn TH-wliirrt Jn fllO '
an acknowledgment, day or nig
tho man who will, without e
co anx-whero in tho City0 .
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mortgages and wills at small j f01' 3
gy always ready in troni "
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'front of Bro;