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THE BUTTE DAILY .BULLE·TIN
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All Stockholders, subscribers and supporters of a free press;
all laboring men and women and those in sympathy w ith
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 Ithoseirnerchants 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
Maclhiiists' Union-Great Falls, Butte, Metal Mine Workers' Union (Indepen
Machiinists' Helpers Union - Great Printing Pressmen's Union-Butte.
Falls, Butte. Mailers' Union-Butte.
Typographical Union-Butte. Sterotypers' and Electrotypers' Union
BIlack smithl s' Union-Butte. -Butte.
Electricians' Union-Livingston, Butte Bridge and Structural Iron Workers
Musicians' Union-Butte. Butte.
Brewery Workers' Union-Butte. Iipefitters Union-Butte.
lodearriers' Union-Livingston, Butte Brotherhood Boilermakers and Helpers
Street Car Men's Union-Butte. -Butte.
Barbers' U ion-Butite. Bakers' Union-Butte.
And Thousands of Individuals in Butte and Montana
= The Butte Daily Bulletin Is Prepared to Support
-- This Position in the Highest Court in America -
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