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TV ""V" pssr "i vf "5& a!-. m & SW. Wednesday, Feb, 20, DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT ; Page Two tst i1 ARIZONA SILVER BELT DAILY AND WEEKLY Published each morning oxcopt Monday. Admitted 'tq the mails as second class mattor JOS. HrHAMTLL, Proprlotor Member of tho Associated Press .. SUBSCRIPTION KATES Dally, by mail, one year $7.50 Pnily. by carrier, ono month 75 eekly, ono year ......... . ou Weekly, six months l"5 Cash in advanco Subscribers' Notico Subscribers pleaso notify this offlco in ease of non-delivory of tho daily, Monday excepted. convention niothod, for it iB manifost that a party that cannot hold an honest convontion will novor hold an honest primary. Chastity that has to bo watched is an irksome and a worthless quantity. Wo need more faith in public men. Tho average politician is a reasonably honest man. NOTICE OF FORFEITURE QUI TO HAVE I en t MINING E XGH Advertising rates mndo known on application. I! i " Grnhnm county's motto: United wo stand; divided we fall. It does not look as though there would be any attempt to railroad the railroad bill in tho territorial legislature. Bishop Turnor, colored, says that this is a "contemptible" nation. Ho doos n 't even make an exception in tho case of Senator Foraker. Brokers of tho Superior District Take First Stop in Organization of Ex change that Will Safeguard tho Pub lic Which Deals in Mine Stocks. This attempt by congress to pass an anti-tipping law for Washington is the height of foolishness. It's hard enough to get .anything to eat now at tho national capital. It looks as though the three-cent fare bill will be a four-cent faro bill after the council gets through with it. Somo of the members of that body must be riding on passes. Opposition to the mine tax bill is be ginning to develop in several of tho mining counties, lavapai protests be cause the new law would increase the assessed valuation of the county by $1, 000,000. Nothing liko having a reason. Tho Xogales Oasis is already lining up tho next congress for tho statohood fight. According to the Oasis, men are electing themselves to the scnato for the sole purpose of securing joint statohood. Some calamity howlers would howl if they had their voice boxes cracked. Tho city busters havo gotten into court, but there will be no busting done time. City and county officials this welcome tho suit, as it will establish the legal status of tho City of Globe. And the best of it is that someone else lias to pay the bill. THE PRIMARY BILL The primary bill which was intro duced in tho territorial legislature the past week threatens to do away with our time-honored conventions. The Washington Post speaks of tho primary plan as ."election by the mob," and while we do not concur in everything which the Post says concerning the primary election, we beliovo that the following from that paper tells a num ber of pertinent truths: Some of the states havo adopted the primary election plan, and such elec tions aro,held at public expense. It is a costly affair, but tho people will have it, for tho reason that they havo been taught by sincere and insincere dema gogues that political parties are be romo so corrupt that they are not to bo trusted with the old fashioned conven tions that were so satisfactory to our fathers and grandfathers. Tho primary is not only a burden on tho public treasury, .but it has como to tho pass that a poor man is practically shut out from political preferment under its op erations. In somo of tho states tho primary is hcjd at the exponso of tho candidates. In tho state of Kentucky tho Democrats proposo to hold, a primary to solect a candidate for something or other, and ino entrance feo is $0,000 for each can didate. Thero havo been governors of Kentucky who would havo been ineligi ble to tho position under that regu lation. If there is ono privilege dear to tho American heart, and especially to tho Kentucky American heart, it is the right to run for office; but horo is tho office, for all practical purposes, so far as tho poor man is coucernod, put up to tho highest bidder, and tho upset price is so great that if a moderate minded man had tho price, ho would have no use for the office. Scandal says and ofttimes scandal is a great truth-tellcr that tho Demo cratic "machino" of Kentucky, what ever that is, fixed tho prico to scare off the track all but tho aspirant it favors, t tho end that no election bo hold, and that tho state committoo may declare the solitary candidate the nominee, who thus has this advantago ovor his would be .adversaries he gets the plum with out paying tho prico. This craze of government by tho mob must run its course. Tho people havo been persuaded that politics is cor. ruption and politicians scoundrels, and when tho masses aro in that tompor there is your demagogue's opportunity. A time will como when, by gonoral con sent, a return will bo had to the old Duluth is to havo a mining exchange and it will bo instituted in tho very near future, says tho Duluth News Tribune. A meeting of tho Ouluth and Suporior brokers was held yesterday at the Duluth Commercial club and tho proposition, which has beou under con sideration for somo time, was fully de cided on and outlined. In fact, it is now down to tho committees to act. Tho exchange will give to Duluth a formal recognition of its prominence as a mining center, a recognition which it now enjoys in a more general way. Decision Rcachod Capital of at leas.t $2,000,000 was rep resented at tho meeting of tho mining brokors yesterday and thoy havo de cided that thoy will organizo the ex change, build or rout a suitable build ing that will havo sufficient space for the exchange room and for offices for tho members. It is understood that tho brokors havo a building in viow, but if thoy do not succocd in securing it, or somo other that is satisfactory, tho exchange will build one. A committee eomiKiscd of Fred H. Morritt, chairman; K. O. Emmons and Wnltor W. Carr was appointed to go ahead with tho planB of tho organization along lines discussed and agreed upon. Mootings will bo held from timo to time at which the committee will make reports of pro gress and suggestion. To Limit Membership Tho membership of the exchange will bo limited to about two hundred and seats aro expected to command from $2,000 to $2,500 each. Tho following brokers and brokerage firms were represented at tho meeting yesterday: M. W. Loll & Co., Charles B. Aske,' Crnndnll, Piorco & Co., Wal ter W. Carr, Holman Bros. & Co., Mar tin Rosondnhl, N. S. Mitchell, V. R. Culbertson & Co., Fred II. Morritt and O. A. Groff. V. R. Culbertson & Co. are of Suporior and Mr. Groff of Hib bing and Evoloth. All of tho othors named are of Duluth, Tho brokors had lunch togothor, following which tho mining exchango proposition was takon up. Will Safeguard Public The mining oxchango will put Duluth on a metropolitan basis with rcferonco to trading in mining stocks and the investing public will bo further safe guarded. Any mining company that desires to havo its stock listed will have to submit to certain formalities which will be a guarantee that it is a meritor ious proposition. The exchange will havo its own mining oxperts who will examine such properties as may be J owned by applicants for listing stock. In other words it will have to be shown before-it will list new stock. Tho rules and regulations havo not yet been for mulated, but they will include a pro- vision of this kind. The reputation of tho exchango will be behind every stock listed and tho investors will bo assured in this way that-hoy will at least got a fair chance in their investment, and not go up against wildcat schemes. To T. B. Parks and ,T. E. Parks, thoir heirs, executors, administrators and assigns, or any ono clniming under thorn: You aro hereby notified that the un dorsigued, Newtou Hackney, has ex pended during tho years 1901, 1905 ami 190G threo hundred dollars ($300) n lnbor nnd improvements upon each of tho following mining claims, situated in Globo mining district, County of Gila, Territory of Arizona, viz: Jumbo No. I, Jumbo No. 2, Jumbo No. 3, Jumbo No. 4, and Jumbo No. 5 mining claims, a record of which is mndo in the office of tho Recordor of Gila County, Arizona, in Book 9, Record of Minos, at pages 149, 147, 418, 148 and 147, respectively, i Said expenditures of threo hundred dollars for each of tho abovo-nunied tilaims for tho years -1901, 1903 and 1906 being a total of liftocn hundrod dollars ($1,500) expended on tho five claims, wero mnde by tho undersigned in order to hold said mining claims un der the provisions of Section 2324 of tho ltoviscd Stntutes of the United States and amendments thoreto concern ing annual labor on mining claims; fif toon hundred dollars being tho amount required to hold said mining claims for tho years abovo named and until Janu ary 1, 190". And if within ninety (90) days from personal service upon you of this notice, or within ninety (90) days after tho publication hereof you fail or rcfuso to contribute vour portion of said expen diture of flftceu hundred dollars ($1500) as co-owners, togoher with tho cost of this advertisement, your interests in tho said mining claims will become the property of tho undersigned, your co pwner, who has mndo tho required ex penditures under the terms of said Sec tion 2324. NEWTON HACKNEY. First publication February 20, 1907. thoreof, at Globo, in tho County of Gila, and all porsons interested in tho said estate nro notified thon and thoro to appoar and show cause, if any thoro bo, why said account should not bo al lowed and settled. P. U. ROBERTSON, Clerk. Dated January 9, 1907. IN THE PROBATE COURT OF THE COUNTY OF GILA, TERRITORY OF ARIZONA. HS5&r CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS Advcrt'isomonta under this head 10 cents por line the first Insertion and 6 cents per line each subsequent Insert! By the month, $1.00 per line. No ad Inserted for less than 20 cents. AU ads under this head must be paid for i, advance. Discount to regular advertisers. Wo have letters for G H P; G L E P S and X Y Z. o; WANTED In the mattor of tho estate of Pearl .Lindora Parker, deceased. Notico of Hearing. Notice is hereby givon that Charles 13. Parker hns filed in this court a peti tion praying for lettors of administra tion of tho estato of Pearl Ladora Par ker, doceasod, and that tho samo will bo Iieard on Wcdncsdny, the 13th day of Fobruary, A. D. 1907, at 10 o'clock in tho forenoon of said day, at the court room of said court, in said County ol Gila, Territory of Arizona, and all per sous interested in said estate aro noti fled then nnd thoro to appear and show cu u.0, if any they have, why the euU letters should not" be issued to said petitioner as prayed tor. Dated January 20th, 1907. P. O ROBERTSON, Clerk. WANTED A throe or four room house March 1; will buy some standing fur niture also. J. A. Bordeaux, with F. L. Toombs. WANTED Competent waiters at the Dominion hotel. SITUATION WANTED Situation is wanted as all around blacksmith. Ad dress V R. C, this office. Ill "WANTED Position by railroad con struction man as foreman or superin tendent; cantnlk Spanish and handle Mexican labor. Dunldp, P. O. Box 02. FOR BENT WANTED To rent, a three or four room house furnished. Address P. O. box 1002. 50 IN THE PROBATE COURT OF THE COUNTY OF GUiA, TERRITORY OF ARIZONA. WANTED Ten thousand shares Inspi ration. Lock box 822, Globe, Ariz. WANTED Position by an experienced hoistman. Address Engineer, cure of this office. . Notico is hereby given that Mrs. Ma mie Fleming, having filed in this court ti petition praying for letters of ad ministration of tho estato of P. C. Sul tivan, deceased; tho hearing of tho same has boon fixed by said court for Mon day, tho 10th day of December, 190C, at 10 o'clock in tho forenoon of said day, at tho courtroom thoreof, at Globe, in the county of Gila; and all porsons interested in tho said estate aro notified then and thoro to appear and show cau6o, if any thoro be, why tho said letters of administration should not be issued to hor, as prayed for. Dated Novembor 27tn, 1900. P. C. ROBERTSON. Clerk. IN THE PROBATE COURT OF THE COUNTY OF GILA, TERRITORY OF ARIZANO. MINERAL APPLICATION NO. 217. United States Land Office, Phoenix, Arizona, November 5, 1900. Notice is hereby given that E. A. Wayne of Globe, Arizona, as attorney in fact for Globe-Bo9tou Copper Mining company, a corporation, has made application for patent to tho Satisfaction and Amber lode mining claims, Survey No. 2300, situutcd in tho Globe mining district, Gila county, Arizona, in Sec. 13, lp. 1 N., R. 15 K, G. & S. R. B. & M do scribed as follows: SATISFACTION: Beginning at Cor. No. 1, whence tho W. yk Cor. of Soc. 13, Tp. 1 N., R. 15,E.,t, G. & S. R. B. & M., bears N. 83 degreos 17 minutes W. 1500.8 ft.; thence N. 43 degrees 20 minutes B. 1454.9 It. to Cor, No. 2; thence S. 51 degrees 31 minutes E. 597.5 ft. to Cor. No. 3; thence S. 42 degrees 15 minutes W. 45.5 ft. to Cor. No. 4: thence S. 43 degrees 24 minutes W. 1410.47 ft. to Cor. No. 5; thence N. 51 degrees 31 minutes W. 600 ft. to Cor. No. 1, tho place of beginning; conflict with Garrett claim, Survey No. 2300, containing .0019 acre and conflict with Eastern Star claim, unsurvoyed, con taining .0016 acre, aro oxcluded. AM BER: iScginuing at Cor. No. 1, whence tho S. Vi Cor. of Sec. 13, Tp. 1 !., R. 15 E., G. A: S. R. B. & M., bears 3. 4 degrees 13 minutes E. 1725.9 ft; theuco N. 51 degrees 41 minutos W. 533 ft. to Cor. No. 2; thowo N. 43 degrees 24 minutes E. 1410.47 ft. to Cor. No. 3; thence S. 51 degrees 41 minutes E. 600 ft. to Cor. No. 4; thonco S. 46 degrees 10 minutes W. 325.4 ft. to Cor. No. 5; thonce S. 40 degrees S minutes W. 1091.5 ft. to Cor. No. 1, tho place of beciuuing. Location notices are record ed as follows: Satisfaction, book 3, page 397; Satisfaction amended, book 5, pago 303; Amber, booK 6, page ovj Amber amended, book 8, page 302, Rec ords of Mines, Gila county. Adjoin ing claims aro Eastern Star, Garrett and Winchcll on tho northeast; Bed Rock and Triangle on the southeast; Amorican Boy, Belle and Stallo L WANTED A small furnished house closo in nnd reasonable. Address B. L. P., this office. WANTED To trade fine rosidence lot; will take horso and buggy in par payment FOR RENT Two-roomed bouse suita ble for batching.- Inquire second house south of old Hill street bridge. Mrs. J. L. Knipfel. FOR SALE Three room house 4 pantry and cellar, opposite the u irui auuuui. "i'1'v l" names K , Best View of Globe. ruit qaijIU iwo low, rascoo n Mrs. C. E. Fruin, second door FOR SALE All my property incha.. tents, furniture and chickens- ,7j quiCK. 1M.IO. mu iiiiiu, "flow Bj.i an' ftnr.lnn ers' Garden. FOR RENT New masquerade costumes at Mrs. Collier's, in tent, rear courthouse. FOR SALE One white enamel beU eluding springs, in first-class eot tion. The J. Ik Allen residence, c iioor norm atizuuu uieaui launrln FOR RENT Front room opposite the Silver Belt. furnished; FOR RENT Furnished room with bath for one or two gentlemen on Nob hill. Inquire Silver Belt. f Homo Investment Co. WANTED Dining room girl who un derstands taking short orders. Min ers Boarding House, Noftsgor hill. TO RENT Furnished room in private family. Phone 1391. Mrs. J. Har vey Harris, Sout hllill street. WANTED Four bridge carpenters wun tools at San Carlos; wages $4 per day; long job, Apply P. Jones, Do minion hotel, or on work. WANTED A Job as driver for wagon. Address Box 620. POSITION WANTED Man and wife want work at mino or camp. Woman Al cook; man will assist wife or do other work; best of references given. Address A. B. C, this office. FOR RENT An unfurnished room, East Globe. Apply Treasuier's office. LOST AND FOUND LOST One Elks charm, a mounted , loom, iuu.iuis o. i. j.., i.ouge 316. Reward of $5 if returnee tj i A. Tuny, .Mcuonougns saloon ( r rortt A afrjt liitYt XT a . ...... a1 in ma Uliltf fV Ti t jin I .!i.u .. V...X- ....., . . . vii Q, side. Finder please return to i"kajs Wild at Kinney bouse. TO RENT Nicely furnished room to a lady. Apply fourth house left of Bridge, Hill sheet. i FOR SALE FOR SALE Household and kitchen furniture at EnCellucr store resi dence. Come soon. FOR SALE Large steel range and hot water tank. Mrs. J. Harvey Harris. Hill street opposite South schoolhouse. LOST Two bay mares, one dark il one light colored; both branaej(J on right shoulder and S on left t;. Notico is hereby given to alt ,, iffs, rangers and Arizona cuwVii please be on the lookout. Tliee c drive either double or single ar.,it, extra fast. Address C. Butler o..'4 Ariz. STOLEN A black horse, white its forehead, wire cut on left uicj above aiiKle, weigni i,uoo .;; Reward of $25 for return of horse u. conviction of thief. H. A dc;: Box 219, Globe, Ariz. , A LITTLE BIT OF EVERYTHING :-: A clean entertainment at the Dime. Huntzinger's best. photographs are the See Mack and Jim at the Wcngt aa loon. Horse, buggy and harness for sale at a bargain. Apply Box 1021. Read the Silver Bolt Always up ti date. Notice is hereby given that L. C. Wagner, tho administrator of tho es tato of George W. Wagner, deceased, having filed in this court his annual ac count and report of his administration of tho estate of said deceased. Tho hearing of tho samo has been fixed by Mood on the southwest, and Pinal on said court for Saturday, tho 19th day the northwest. Milton It. Moore, Rcg- pf January, 1907, at 10 o'clock in the ister. forenoon of said day, at tho courtroom j Fi-st publication December 2, 1900. GIANT RAILROAD CUT To Save Nine Miles the S. P. Road Is Spending Soven Million Dollars P THE: "Metropole Cafe" PASQUAL NIGRO BLOCK Finest Family Resort in Town The Best of Service. Short Orders Day and Night Our Specialty. , Sunday Dinners from 5 to 8 P. M. We send out meals free of charge anywhere in Globe. ' C. ARNOLD & CO., Props. Bank outfit and houbehold furniture for sale by E. F. Kellner. 'Toots' Had to Stop "You don't call your wife any more." "No; it always reminds her that Bhe wants an automobile." Meet mo at tho Dime tonight. E. F. Kellner wants first mortgages, $5,000 upwards. Get tho Dime habit Disgruntled There bo certain folks, 'tis said, Inside party lines Mad enough to send to Ted Ugly valentines. Money to loan on good security, dress W., Box 971, city. Ad- If you want something extra nice in wall paper, got to Ryan's. Wo week. receive Kansas poultry twice a Globe Meat Mark'et. ' Get in out of the dust and drink the biggest beer in ton at the Wedge. He Got His "Deduction is the thing," declared the law student. "For instance, yon der in our yard is a pile of ashes. That is evidence that we have had fires this winter." "And, by the way, John," broke in his father, "you might go out and sift that evidence." Take the family to the Dime Go to Buxton & Merritt for the ms I line of wall paper and house dec.i tions of every description. Just rccoived a carload of the xt latest designs in wall paper designs t 1907. Buxton & Merritt. Dorchester Bourbon, fine good?, i and just the thing for what n Is jn McDonough 's. Jake the time to go to the Dime. A new cutoff on tho Southern Pacific railroad will shorten the distance into San Francisco by nine miles, At a cost of moro than $7,000,000. The idea, al though some twenty years old, remained for President Harriman to put into exo' eutlon. Jlis predecessors were deterred by the enormous cost of tho feat, says the Technical World. Tho course of tho cutoff is along tho shore line' of tho southern arm of the' San Francisco bay. To tho north ex tends a chain of high, rugged hills; to tho south, tho waters of the bay. Tho ouritry is tho 'roughest iulaginablc'.1 Thoro was no choice of location for the engineers and tho routo taken is almost a straight line. It plunges through' hills, cuts aloug th obascs cf procipicos and; crosses long and deep arms of the bay,f necessitating great fills somo of them' thousands of feet long. In tho short1 distance of nino miles there aro five. tunnels, whoso total length equals tw,o miles. u t One of the most rcmarkablo features of this oxamplo of engineering skill is what is known as the Visitacion Valley. Point Cut. From this cut about 750,000 cubic yards of rock and earth have been excavated. In width it (s 300 feet at tho top and sixty feet at tho bottoni! Tho total longth is 1,250 feet, and depth is 150 feet. Tho cost of this part ? tho work approximates $1,000,000. In spito of tho magnitude of tho task, this part of tho work was complotcd in no less than that of other sections within thoiiino mllo strip. '' Tho lnaximuln curvature along the en tiro cut is but two degrees. Tho maxi mum grado is three-tenths of 1 per cont, or threo feet in 1,000 feet. $b loVelwill tho tracks-bo that a car can not start of itsolf through gravitation. MONUMENTAL WORK Cm7lnSms IRON FENCING and FINE STONE WORK PAUL ADAMS, On Cemetery Gulch Near Central School Uulldlnc SEVENTEEN ARE GIVEN THE DEATH SENTENCE i . i By Associated Press. j .t RIGA, Russia, Fobruary 18,-The courtmartial at Tukum, which has been trying insurrectionists, has concluded its labors. Soventeon men have txMaii soptoncod to death and forty-five othut to various terms of imprisonment it hard lubor. IV' .. cr.jjLKruL ioxtoii & Merritt Have just received a ..Carload of 1907 AlRT DESIGNS in Wall Paper W IT" . You will do well to look into this. We have the , Finest line of Wall, Pa per ever shown here. n 1 1 1H BtT- PRICES always RIGHT First-class work at bed rock Buxton & Merritt, the painters. prices. How was the Dime! Finel Fine. Bread, cakes and pies delivered to any part of town by the Star Bakery. Near Glory " 'Most any of us," remarked Uncle Gilderoy Skitc, "kin reach fur enough to touch the hem of the mantle of fame. Abraham Lincoln used to split! rails fur a man that a cousin of mine, only twict removed on tho mother's side, afterward stole a dog from." Brick! Brickl Parties wanting brick can have their wants promptly supplied bjT leaving their orders at the ofilco of GIBSON & HENDERSON, Mines and Stock Exchango, Globe, Ariz. Choice beef, pasture fed and the fin est to be had anywhere. Globe Meat Market. Keegan's Is one of Globe's oldest and b known cafes; everything first-claw a hit line. Call and be convinced. Quite So When you find a public official wi professes to despifee .newspaper met there's a reason, and you don't liavet dig very deep to uncover the same Motto "Live and let live." Union Cut Market, C. Musgrave, proprietor. Nine mules, four wagons and harness for sale cheap by E. F. Kellner. Read the Stiver Belt Always up to date. Choice cut flowers, direct from tho hothouse Call at Western Union office. Anything in tho way ot mixed drinks can always be had at McDonough 's.. j Decorate Your Home Go to Ryan's for a varied assortment of wall paper. Notico The Globo Steam laundry is now in full operation nnd 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. O. BOUSE, Proprietor. Try our sausage, tho very finest in quality. Globo Meat Market. Choice cut flowers and plants direct from California by fast express, at W. U. telegraph office Orders taken. The finest line of wall papers ever. shown in Globe. Buxton & Merritt. ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Fine fresh Kansas pork. Market. Globe Mffi Go to Huntzinger's Art Parlors t morrow and have those photographs u ken yon have been promising vox friends. Back of Miners' Union MX Stage to Gibson Mine Stace will leavo each Monday, Ww nesdajr and Friday mornings at 9:M t m., from Barclay & Higdon's corrai. The Dime will be ready soon. Sealed bids will be received by tho City Clerk of Globe, Arizona, between February 20th and March Cth, 1907 for tho following; Numbering streets and houses within the corporate limits. Sprinkling and furnishing water for tho sprinkling of tho hereinafter named streets within, the fire limits, tq wit: All of Broad street bctweon Cotton wood street and Bankers corner; Oak and Cedar streets, Bono nndMcsquito Streets west of Broad street and within tho fire limits. Furnishing of tho city books and printed mntter; furnishing nnd installing fire plugs; furnishing wn ter for tho fire plugs. 121 F. J. ELLIOTT, City Clerk. Go to Ryan's When you want magazines, confection ery, books, stationery, ammunition ..rnnlinnlinna rBC.ir.lfl SnilVBUir WU at Ryan's. Where She Excelled "I-tiu going to make cakes, HfnrJ "No; make doughnuts." Wliv "Well, dear, your dough is a 1!t .... 1...1 .,. r linlna urn m13V3 B3 OUJiKJj "- ."" ""- " rate." r1.n: l.nrntfnn,! tinfnn. nOnC B1" !IUIl.t; IIHIIW .., M..-WW", - "Globe Meat Market. ll.,.,,:rr.r !, nrflaf 1J llfick IB ' city and will be ready to please l public with the latest styles in plow raphy. DRS, WILSON & WILEY PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS Offlco Rooms, 5-7-9 Trust Building Office Phono Main 1811 Residence, Dominion Hotel'' -TJ! ;' 'i ' H. C. Hopkins U. ,S. M I N E R A L SURVEYOR , Room 12, Globe Building Let the Baker Do the Work! Re-opened by Wyant Bros. Star Bakery r THE WAGON WILL CALL AT YOUR HOME WITH A FULL LINE O: BREAD, PIES AND PASTRY. W. R. NORTON, Architect Room 12, Globe Building Telephone 1031 Franz Lumber Co. (Incorporated) , T- -'!' I'lli-t. -! i liji. 1.1.1 ' 'I t ' "" Lumber, doors, . windows, paints, oils, varnishes and cement. All kinds of builder material i f i , . . . Sole Agents for Douglas Cement Tl .ff- H t- Yards located oji, fajlroad Street one block ' ' " ' west of life (Court3 House JltkU tt LET DO THE WORK THE BAKES v.