Sitzman Bakery truck. The bakery was located at 119 Linden Streets, c. 1908
It is with particular pleasure that we refer to such a handsomely fitted and well stocked store as that of Mr. Huberty, at No. 119 Linden street. Mr. Huberty has been in business for twelve years and his large trade demands an extensive store and bake room. He has a number of experienced tradesmen and is the only practical, first class baker and confectioner in the city. He makes all kinds of plain and fancy bread and cakes, and makes a specialty of wedding and other special cakes. He has undoubtedly the finest store and largest trade in his line in the city, attributable to the superiority of his goods combined with a pleasant and courteous manner.
Mr. Huberty is a native of Colorado and is a member of the W. O. W. Not only is he a successful merchant, but he is also a popular and public spirited citizen.
At No. 114 Trimble Court is found a first class café, conducted by Mr. Tom Don, a well-known and popular citizen. His café consists of two large adjoining rooms, containing nine tables and having a capacity for seating over forty guests. The café is strictly up-to-date, is kept exceptionally clean and tidy, and patrons have a menu card of most delightful and varied dishes to select from. The café is tastefully arranged, well conducted, and is noted for its choice meals, quick service and reasonable charges.
Mr. Don has been in business for fifteen years, keeps his premises open day and night, has numerous employees and does a very thriving and prosperous business. Not only is he successful in business, but he is a citizen of a frank and upright disposition.