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ALASKA DAILY EMPIRE
PUBLISHED BY THE EMPIRE PRINTING COMPANY
JOHN W. TROY, Editor and Managor
SUBSCRIPTION RATES:
One year, by mall, to advance >10.00
Six months, by mall. In advance, - 5.00
Per month, delivered 1.00
Entered aa second-class matter November 7. 191?.
at the postofflce at Juneau. Alaska, under the Act of
March 3, 1879.
REAL ALASKAN PROBLEMS
The great problems before the pcoplo of Alaska and
Gastlneau channel are not political except insofar as
political questions touch them?and they are not parti
san unless politicians, political conventions or other in
fluences make them so. The problems the people of
Alaska have to solve are those of development?devel
opment of resources and opportunities and development
of government. The people of Alaska populate an Em
pire whose destiny Is largely in their hands. The foun
dations must be laid for a great commonwealth. Rail
roads must be constructed, automobile and wagon
roads must be built to feed the railroads. The natural
resources of the Territory must be opened up. Room
and occupation must be provided for people.
On Gastlneau channel we have our own problems,
and they are an Important part of the wholo. We have
the greatest potential gold producing camp on the Amer
ican continent. We have a natural center for the fish
eries industry. We have the inevitable metropolis of
the great Southeastern Alaska country. It is our work
to see that our community reaps the reward that her
location and surroundings warrant. We have the oppor
tunity to build a great city here. It Is our duty to our
selves. to those who come after us. to those who may
profit by casting their lot with us. and to Americans
everywhere to build the city.
These are problems of primary importance, and
they are problems In which there should be full and free
cooperation. Beside them the petty ambitions of indi
viduals and politicians sink Into signifcance. The politi
cal course of our community and our Territory should
be shaped solely with reference to its effect upon them.
There should be no deviation from the course in order
to promote ambitious palaverers and issue-jugglers or
lo vent petty grouches or malice.
PROGRAM OP "OUR DELEGATE."
"Oar Delegate is going to fight for Statehood for
Alaska," says the Fairbanks News-Miner.
"Oar Delegate" has not said so. He said that he was
going to introduce a Statehood bill. In other words, he
said that he proposed to introduce an enabling act This!
would provide for the election of delegates to a consti
tutional convention, the holding of a constitutional con
vention, an election on the question of ratifying the
work of the constitutional convention.
He did not even say that he would "fight" for the
passage of this bill. Only that he would Introduce it.
What he did say was that he would" fight" to se
cure more powers for the Territorial Legislature?on
the questions of GAME and FISH.?for the passage of
Lane's Development Board bill, for public buildings,
and. in effect, tor the abolition of the road commission.
i
DON'T BLAME THE SOCIALISTS.
The circumstance that Edward Krause is a Social-1
ist and was a candidate of that party last year for the
Legislature in the First Division does not constitute a
; count in an Indictment against the Socialist party, or
the Socialistic theory of government The Bmpiro'a
political convictions ore as far from Socialism as one
pole is frqm the other, but there is no proper place for
prejudice and passion or hate and mallco in discussions
of public matters.
Criminals know nothing of party lines or theorioa
of government, and the use of tho fact that a criminal
belongs to a certain political party, or church, or fnc
tlou, or school of thought, against such party etc., an
swers no argument: it simply appeals to prejudice or
passion.
If Federal officials are running Alaska under Its
present form of government it must be satisfactory to
those who oppose a "full Territorial form of govern
ment," for they are doing all in their power to keep
things just as they are for several years, at least. Dele^
gato Wlckersham admits that when he says he will
fight to have the Territorial Legislature have control
over the fish and game. He also admits it in the ex
planation that ho attaches to his statement that amounts
in an apology for introducing a statehood bill. He says
even if his bill should pass it would be quite a while
before there would be statehood.
^ The extension of Juneau's city limits means the ex
tension of self-government, and the extension of self
government is another name for more power for pro
gress.
At least Mr. Bryan has never announced a farewell
tour. He admits that re will continue to campaign
around the country as long as he lives.
The Dispatch has quit trying to discuss issues. It
Is just barking.
A suitable motto for Juneau's suburbanites: "Join
Juneau."
HARMONY URGED FOR KETCHIKAN
(Ketchikan Progressive-Minor.)
What are we doing for ourselves? For tho town?
Are wo working In harmony, or are we pulling every
whichwayf Are we merely watching and looking at
the other fellow Just to criticise his action without con
tributing our knowledge, or are wo Just trying to find
fault? Are we desirisus to face a situation tho way
we would like to have it? These aro the questions that
should occupy our minds during the long winter months
ahead of us. There is plenty of work for us all to do.
Then why not get together and do it.
The trouble with most of us it that wo are too
prone to criticise other's feeble attempts, to correct pub
evils without bothering our heads il giving whatever
help wo can. We prefer to stay away from all public
discussions Just for the sake of being free later to say,
"I told you so." It is to bo regretted?it is the truth
nevertheless?that often times the very men whose in
terest Is larger than anyone elso In a community like
ours will neglect to take any part in the discussion
of tho welfare of the town. Just because things do not
work according to their own individual lines.
Now, the question Is, is Ketchikan to become a
back number, a town torn with dissentlons, or is it
to be a town where harmony and public spirit work to
gether for the welfare of all? There is all the work
that a united community can do ahead of us to be done, i
and it is up to us to do it. To that end, wo must get
together, as a divided community cannot accomplish
anything.
Villa must have a fellow feeling for that British
blockade. The United States can't holp recognize it
either.?(Chicago Herald.)
Do your ancestors reflect on you as much as you re
flect on them? Think the matter over.?(Ketchikan
Progressive-Miner.)
INU. C?., i in Dftnnnuribi,
In the District Court for the Territory
of Alaska, Division Number
One. at Juneau.
In the .Mutter of W. H. Cleveland and
P. J. Cleveland, a co-partnership,
doing business under the ilrtn name
of Cleveland & Cloveland.
To the Honorable Robert W. Jen
nings, Judge of the District Sourt
of the United States, for the Dis
trict of Alaska.
W. H. Cloveland and P. J. Cleveland
>f Juneau. In the Territory of Alaska,
n said district, respectfully represent
hat on the 13th day of September,
ast past, they were duly adjudged
bankrupt under the Acts of Congress
?elating to bankruptcy; that they iu?ve
lul-y surrendered all their property
ind rights of property, and have fully
:omplled with all the requirements of
said Acts and of the orders of the
:ourt touching their bankruptcy.
Wherefore, they pray that they mfiy
jo decreed by the court to have a full
lischarge from all debts provable
igninst their estates under such
>ankrupt acts, except such' debts as
ire excepted by law from such dis
;harge.
Dated this 23d day of November,
1916.
W. H. CLEVELAND
P. J. CLEVELAND.
Bankrupts.
United States of America >
District of Alaska, ) ss
Juneau Precinct )
On this 24th day of November, 1915.
>n reading the foregoing petition. It is
ORDERED by tie Court that a hear
ng be had upon the same on the 13th
lay of December, at 10 o'clock in the
'orenoon; and th. t notice thereof be
lublished in The Dally Alaska Em
pire, a newspaper printed In said Dis- j
:rlct. and that all known creditors
md other persons in interest may ap
pear at the said time and place and
ihow cause, if any they have, why the
prayer of tho said petitioners should
lot be granted.
And It is further ordered by the
Court that the clerk shall send by mall
to all known creditors copies of said
petition and this order, addressed to
them at their places of residences as
9tated.
WITNESS the Honorable Robert W.
Jennings, Judge of the said court,
md the Seal thereof, at Juneau, in
said district, on tho 24th day of No
vember, A. D, 191B.
ROBERT W. JENNINGS.
District Judge.
Haw! Hawl
It was a very funny play,
They laughed for quite a while;
And In the intermissions they
Went out to have a smile.
?(Cincinnati Enquirer.)
French Lacking
"I had a queer experience in Paris."
"What was that?"
"I had to speak English to get any
body to understand me there."?(Bal
timore American.)
4 T
BIT8 OF BY-PLAY
(By Luke McLuke)
i ?
(Cincinnati Enquirer.)
It Is hard to upset a well-balanced
man.
Fortune smiles on a few and laughs
at the rest of us.
If you bat .300 in the League you
happen to be in. you always will be
In demand.
One reason why there is so much
room at the top is because most of
us aro too lazy to climb.
_____
We can all tell you how it should
be done. But dern few of us go
ahead and do it.
It is possible to be so busy having
a good time that you haven't time to
bo good. *
The trouble with the man who us- j
08 long words is that he seldom knows
how to put them together.
A Delegate Imagines that he is
whole Convention until he gets to the
meeting place. And then he discovers j
that if he had remained at home lie
wouldn't even have been missed.
1 7 "T!
| POINTED PARAGRAPHS |
I I ;
? I
(Cincinnati Enquirer.)
One of the three Rs was eliminated;
when Herbert Reed and Katie Wright ?
were married at Omaha.
Dr. Will C. Pay is practicing medi
cine at Bellefontalne. O.
Ed. Rodehoffer Is not a cowboy, but
Is superintendent of schools in Aug
laze cotflfty. 0.
0. E. Smells Is a laundryman at Bu
chanan. W. Va.
Green and Redd are real estate own-:
ers at Richmond, Va., and Bath and
Faucett are insurance agents at Can
ton. 111.
Coar Beerblower lives at Columbus.
Ohio.
Limit of Safety
Never rail at a man more than
twice. The third rail la dangerous.?
(Louisville Courier-Journal.)
?
The Wise Fool
"Every man likes to be overrated,"
observed the Sage.
"Not when the assessor Is around
corrected the Fool.?(Cincinnati En
quirer.)
Very Annoying
"How perverse children are."
"How now?"
"I admire the dialect in which chil
dren's poems and stories aro written,
but none of my children would ever
talk It."?(Loulsvlllo Courier-Journal)
So To Speak
"Dad. what does It mean when they
fiay they have the enemy hemmed In?"
"Means they've got 'em sewed up."
?(Louisville Courier-Journal.)
Charles Cerney of Cordova is reg
istered at the New Cain hotel. Ho ar
rived-last night.
MR. MERCHANT,
I if I could step into your placo
of business and show you how to
muko money, by teaching you
new methods of
Selling Your Goods,
you would welcome both me and
my ndvlco. Would you not?
Now, while you may have not
thought of it, you witness every
day the unquestionable
Efficiency of Advertising
as a means of soiling: merchan
dise. The magazines on your
library table are full of adver
tising, some of which costs
thousands of dollars per page.
Tho great daily newspapers,
you see every day, contain page
. after pago of expensive adver
tising.
It Must Pay
You live in a world of adver
tising. You see it upon bill
boards, the walls of houses,
signs and placards. You see It
printed on calendars, pictures,
programs, purses, pencils, note
books, knives, button hooks,
and hundreds of other novelties.
You receive it through the malls
as post cards, letters or circu
lars. You see it upon drinking
cups and lunch boxes, In fact
thero is nothing you can do and
no direction in which you can
turn without coming in contact
with advertising.
The Successful Merchant f
Advertises?
the unsuccessful merchant docs
not. There are no exceptions
to this rule. Look about you
and draw your own compari
sons. Observe the merchant
who has the largest store, and
the most property In any town,
ho advertises. Observe the
great department stores and
mail order houses. They advor
tise. some of them spending
Millions of Dollars
per year for advertising, without
which, their business would fail
in a single season. They get
business out of your own com
munity by advertising, which
proves that advertising would
pay you if properly and syste
matically done.
Try It
In THE EMPIRE
j
Classified Advertisements
PHYSICIANS and SURGEONS.
Dr. BovIb, phone 1172. 11-16-tf.)
BAKERIE8
PEERLESS BAKERY ? Our motto:
"Quality First." Insist on Peerless
Bread. It Is worth tho money ? 125
Front 8t.. phone 222. 10-l-6m
WANTED? Miscellaneous
WANTED?Position by woman as
cook. Enquire Orpheum Hotel. ll-19tf
SHOE MAKER8.
CITY DOCK SHOE SHOP?Expert
shoe maker, shoes of all kinds neatly
repaired, only first class material
used; work called for and delivered,
phone 294. 6m.
QUICK SHOE REPAIRING?L. Teppa
Export Shoe Repairing, 174 Front
Street Complete lino of men's work
ing shoes. 11-4-im
Heard In a Sal?or?Grocery.
Customer?See here, this whiskey
you sold mo has been doctored.
Dealer?Well, you said you wanted
it for medicinal purposes.?(Boston
Transcript.)
Illusions
"All right behind there?" called tho
conductor from tho front of the car.
"Hold on," cried a shrill voice.
"Walt till I get my clothes on!"
Tho passengers draned their necks
expectantly, A small boy was strug
gling to get a basketful of laundry
aboard.?(Puck.)
' Classified Advertisements
MONEY LOANED
on persona! property, diamonds, Jew
elry, notes and bonds. All bnslsess
strictly confidential. J. Plant, broker
and Jeweler, 64 Front St 9-2-tf).
HOME HAND LAUNDRY _
WANTED?By homo hand laundry,
colored, gents' fine flannels and. neg
Ugeo shirts: also fotv bundles. Mrs.
Anna Patterson, 332 3rd, cor Gold.?
?(11-Mm.) _
ROOMS FOR RENT
CLEAN, Well ventilated rooms?the
bout in Juneau; 25c, 25c, and 50c, at
the Central Rooming House, Front
Street. tf.,
FOR RENT?Comfortablo furnish
ed rooms. Also light housekeeping
rooms. St. George House, 621 E. Sixth
Street. 11-9-15
FOR RENT ? Comfortably furnish
ed room. Apply Mrs. Pettingell, 340
Frnnklln St. _ U-6-tf
FURNISHED room for Rent. 114
Main.?Mrs. Leake. 11-20-1 wk.
FOR RENT?Nicely furnished room
utenm heat; hot bath any time. $20.00
for ono person or $25.00 for two. Ad
dress P. O. Box 473. 11-6-tf.
FOR RENT ? Newly furnished
housekeeping rooms $8.00 and $10.00
per month. Seaview apartments.
HOUSES AND FLAT8 FOR RENT
FOR RENT. 2 and 3 room furnishw
housekeeping suites; reasonable, "Tbt
cosy corner of Juneau." Cliff Apart
ments, near court house. 2-1-lm
FOR RENT ? 3-room flats with
bath. Inquire 320 Seward St. F. J.
Wcttrlck. 10-18-tf
Sleeping rooms, 60c, one or two men
?also housekeeping rooms, reasons
blc, 335 Franklin 8t. lO.l.tf
HOUSE for rent, Mrs. M. J. Davis tf
FOR 8ALE?Miscellaneous
SAFE?Fire and burglar proof safe
for sale cheap. In fine condition;
good as new; on terms If you wish.
Call and sea name at Mendham A
Ostrom. 90 Front Street 9-17-tf.
PET DOG?Thoroughbred French
Poodle for sale. Apply 181 Front
Street. ll-23-3t
LINOLEUM ? Printed and inlaid,
Chas. Anderson, 321 Franklin St ?
FOR SALE?L. C. Smith typewriter,
used four months, ?G5, address P. O.
box 608. ' ll-22-3t
SAFE?Fire proof safe* for sale
cheap. In first class condition. Terms
if you wish. Can be seen and all in
formation at W. H. Case Curio Store, j
I Juneau, Alaska. ' 9-lC-tf.
RESTAURANTS AND CAFES
OWL CAFE open day and night.
Best meals In town. Chop Suey and
Noodles, Chinese style. 187 Front St.
9-9-6m
Best home cooked meals at Circle
City Dining Room. 11-8-tf
CITY RESTAURANT, .jnop SUOy
and Chinese Noodles, sent anywhere
I in the city on special order. Board
with room $1.00 per day. Phone 337.
9-9-6m.
SEATTLE RESTAURANT ? Chop j
Suey and Chinese Noodles sent out :
on special orders. Prompt, quick ser
vice. Box sentB for Indies. 68 FTont ('
Phono 3-4-3 9-9-6m 1
JANITOR 8ERVICE8 !
Day and Night janitor service and j
window cleaning. All work promptly ?
attended to. Monthly rates. Phoue '
373. J. L. GORDON, Mgr. 11-24-tf '
PLUMBING AND HEATtNO
Sanitary plumbing, heating and j
sheet metal work. Jobbing at reas-'
onable prices; always to your satis
faction. Carl Dellca, 114 Front St.
?Phone 2-7-3. ????
AUTO REPAIR8.
U-AUTO REPAIR and vulcanize
at the Juneau Oarage. We do night
and day work. WHloughby Avenue,
phone 262, Q. E. Collins Propr. 6m
__ PUBLIC STENOGRAPHERS
The best work can be obtained by
calling the "REMINGTON" public
stenographer. All work given careful
attention. , 10,7,6m
JUNEAU'S PUBLIC STENOGRA
pher. Mrs. E. C. Hazelton, 421 Gold
stein Building. Res. 15 Cliff Apats.,
Phone 209. ??tf.
TYPEWRITERS AND REPA1R8
We always advance but never re
treat Machines sold oh easy terms to
WRITER CO. 10-7-6m
WRITER CO. 10.7.16
TYPEWRITER 8UPPLIE8 [!
We make our own typewriter sup- 1
plies. Therefore they are the best I
that money can buy. REMINGTON i
TYPEWRITER CO. 19,7,6m.
DYEING AND CLEANING
YOU HAVE tried the rest, now try
the best. For French dry cleaning,
steam cleaning, dyeing and pressing
Capital Dye Works," pbone 177. 19-tf
AT A GLANCE YOU CAN
see that our way of pressing clothes
Is the right way. If you value service,
Investigate. Drop in when passing,
or phone us. We want you to com
pare our workmanship with others.
The Renovatory, Moori 'Bros. Phone
1394. .
STOVES AND REPAIRS
I ? |
Try our stoves and heaters; see;'
the prices. We exchange and repair;
any stove. 114 Front Street. Phono
j 2-7-3._ ***** j
"Jack" Olds is expected back sooni
! from Snu Francisco, where ho has j
(been visiting the exposition.
[ Classified Advertisements
TURKISH BATH8
HILLSIDE BATH HOUSE?Needle,
steam, shower and tub -baths, Turkish
hatha, dry heat and steam host,
298 Front st? phone, 298. 11-16-tf.
CITY BATHS. Steam, shower, tub
and Turkish bath*. Emma E. Burke,
proprietress, 329 Front Street, phone
316. lMK-t f
FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKING
All of the latcBt und most artistic
designs. Thoroughly exporlen'-ed and
competent dressmaker. Mrs. M. Has
lam, room 12, Maloney Bldg. Phono,
341. 9-10-6m
The Empire will ma e advertising
contracts subject to pr,<ni of largest
Irculatlon of any newspa"o> In Alaska.
"All the News All the Time."
PROFESSIONAL.
How to Read 0
/ A Bank Report
(No. 2 of a Series) (
I
(Capital !
"Capital" shows to what extent the bank is liable to its 1
stockholders for funds furnished by them to begin and j
conduct a banking business.
Ample "Capital," coupled with satisfactory service and 1
efficient management produces earnings, a portion of which '
is paid to the stockholders who furnished the "Capital," j
the rest being saved and laid asid as "Surplus" and *
"Undivided Profits." <
These three .items constitute a bulwark of protection to the
depositor, for they have to 6e entirely wiped out before
the depositor could lose a single dollar. In addition the
stockholders would have to lose another $100,000 before
the depositors in this bank could lose a single dollar, for ,
the National Bank Act provides a double stockholders'
liabilitv. In our next advertisement (Saturday) we shall
consider "Surplus."
ASSETS i
Loans and discount $290,570.67 \
Bonds 191.286.41
Banking House, realestate 29.510.00 ]
Due from banks and cash on hand 235,900.23 j <
1
Total $747,267.31 j
LIABILITIES' '
Capital stock and surplus and undivided profits. .$107,922.87 <
Deposits $639,344.44 | <
ji
Total $747,267.31 |
The First National Bamk
of Jnneaa, Alaska
5117 United Slates Depository
HAROLD H. POST, Cashier. T. F. KENNEDY, President
K. H. STEVENS, Asst. Cashier. JOHN RECK, Vice-Pres.
Capita] $50,000 Member American Bankers
Surplus and Profits, $50,000 . Association
? i
I RAPID GROWTH IS THE GREAT NUMBER OP SATIS
FIED CUSTOMERS WHO ARE DOING BUSINESS WITH
I us.
1 ' " " ?- I' .. -1- ZJZ :J "'_^T~ ? . J, ??
j THE B. M. BEHRENDS BANK
JUNEAU, ALASKA
;H 111111 I ) t 111 i I I 11 HI H ?
:; Time to Warm Up ;;
I Winter la here? !
? ? Build a cozy fire of
;; Ladysmith or f A A I '
? ? South Prairie V, 1/ H L ;
? i They are tho beet.
\ J They make Iota of heat and \ |
little cinder and aah.
;; phone 48 ;:
; | JCNEAO TRANSFER CO. j
7n111111 Hii 11111n11111 ?
I HEATERS I
i p Just received a New and Complete i
Line Round Oak and Economy Heaters.
We offer you an assortment of Fif
teen Different Styles and Sizes.
A look at our stock wilS convince
you of their superiority. ? d * I
C. W. YOUNG COMPANY j
amamrnhmirnmimammmM'-r.",
Dr. Melville G. Evans
Rooms 431-433
Goldstein Bldg.
Office Phone 150 Res. Phone 1402
William Pallislcr, M. D.,
SpectalUt In tho treatment of dlecaeea
and deform itiea of tho eye and oar,
noae and throat
Office*, fourth Floor. Goldateln Building
Office Phone 180. Glaarea Fitted.
t
MR8. A.-O. GROVE
Red Cross Graduate Nurse
Surgical Medical Ob'rterncal
Cases cared for at your home.
136 E. 6th St., Phone 1405
: l
Dr. E. H. Kaser i:
DENTIST :\
I and 3 Goldstein Building J J
Phone 66. <,
Hours, 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. o
MISS ALBRECHT
OSTEOPATH,
Swedish Mai ngc. Mod leal Gymnaatlca. Ex
port trcntmrnt iriven in all c**e* requiring
mawaifo. diet and mechanical therapeutic*.
Room* 410 Goldstein Build bur. Phone 282
1
DR. H. VANCE
08TE0PATH
5 and 6 Malony Bldg., phone 295
Hours 9 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.
+ ? ???: +
Any Broken spectacle Lense
duplicated and fitted for $1.50,
made by best lense makers, no
matter what you paid for your
glasses originally.
I. J. SHARICK
Jeweler and Optician
* +
??+??*???????++??
? DR. LEONARD P. DAWES +
? Surgeon and Physician +
? Office First Nat. Bk. Bldg. ?
+ Hours 10 to 12 m; 1 to 4 *
? and 7 to 9 p. m. +
+ Phone 2602; Res. 2603 ?
***++*++++*+++++
? *
DR. Q. C. MAULE
Dentlat
Third St, Douglas, Alaska
j Tel. 15, Hours 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
+ 4
? * ? ? ? ? ? ? ? * ? ? ? * t ? t t t ? t ? t I t-t.
? ? * * I * I i"! i * ITT'HT
; wh ite & Jennei
; DENTISTS T
Rooms 8, 9,10, Valentino Bldg. +
i rnoNE 176 +
. Tho?. H. White, Tor. Hoard, Lioona* No. 9 J.
. Chiii. P. Jonno. Tor. Board. Liconao No. 8 4.
I II 111 I 1 I II! I 1 I I I I 1 I I I I I i
G. K. GILBERT
PLUMBING and
8HEET METAL WORK#
114 Second St., Phono 352
Bergmans dining room
New Mamtferarnt ?? Better Then Erer
BREAKFAST 6>Ofl a. a. to lhOO a. a.
LUNCH - - 12(00 a. m. to ItSOp. ?.
DINNER - - SjSO p. m. to 7i00 p. m.
KATES S1.00 A DAY
[Jergmnnn Hotel Dining Rrfom
j FRANK GEHRING, Mana^r
U???? ?????
Nu Bone Corset
? MISS AND MRS S. ZCNOER ?
JONEAC CORSBTIERES '
Fitting In your own borne. A perfect fit
la gnnauitced. For nprointmenta Phono
13R> Adtlrcaa 2R> Main Street. ?>
mmmmmmBsammmmmm
"made in juneau
Concrete Dry ami Watertight Floor* ant] Cat
tare. Concrete plain uul ornamental Walla ,
and Fence*. Concrete ribbed or trcvel fmiah
mi Sidewalk* and Step*. All work guaranteed.
ESTIMATES AND PLANS FREE.
h. d. bourcy, i
Boa 34* Contractor 1
Xh? McKannaTransfer I
PR EIGHT?COAI BAGGAGE 9
SADDLE HORSES FOR RENT fl
Lltfht rnd IIuullnit of *11 Khd? *']
Office 127-12!) Front St? phono 55 u
C III M N E Y S
Double-Lock- Flro Proof- Clinker- Concrete
Chimney. (NOT CINDF.R OR COKK.)
12x12 In. Flue 0x4 in.
SUee 12x)4 in. 6x8 in.
14x14 in. " 8x8 in.
Concrete Products Mfg. Co.
Piano Tuner
GEORGE ANDERSON. Expert. Twenty
year* experience. Factory repreecntatlvo for
High Grade Piano* und Player Piano*. Addre**
Box 991. Phone l it

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