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TIE BUTTE DAILY BULLETIN
"F • , i . " - IR I
All Stockholders, subscribers and supporters of a free press;
all laboring men and women and those in sympathy with
organized labor are requested not to patronize
Wein's Clothing Store
35 EAST PARK STREET
We urge laboring men and women and all those in sympa
thy with them and their newspaper to place themselves in a
position to patronize only those merchants who are friendly.
The Wein's Clothing .Store lives on you
Withdraw Your Support
Let your enemies support it if they will-and can
=BUTTE BULLETIN BOOSTERS
Machinists' Union-Great Falls, Butte, Metal Mine Workers' Union (Indepen
Machinists' H:elpers Union-(reat Printin Pressmen's IUnion-Butit.
]Falls, Blutte. Mailers' Union--- Butte.
Typographical Union--Buttc. Sterotylpcis' and Electrotypers' Union
Blacksmiths' Union-Butte. -Butl e.
Electricians' Union-Livingston, But te Bridge and Structural Iron Workercs
Musicians' Union-Butte. Butte.
Brewery Workers' Un ion--13Butte. Pipiefitters' Union--3utte.
Hodcarriers' Union-Livinlgston, Bulttlc Brotherhood Boilerniaikers and Hlelpers
Street Car Men's Union--Buttc. -Butte.
Barbers' Union-Butte. Bakers' Union-Butte.
And Thousands of Individuals in Butte and Montana
I The Butte Daily Bulletin Is Prepared to Support
- This Position in the Highest Court in America I
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