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S 112 N. Main
Poynter's Cash Store
1854 H1ARRISON AVE.
W.holesale to ( .on1u1moer.
PHIONL 65;1 |-Il.
Do you realize that by buying
your sru llies each day in small
quantities that your day's pay
goes little more than half as far
a: it would if you bought the
whole weok's supply at one
tinw? Call Iup Poynter's
C(34-R, and order your week's
Fancy sugar cured nhams, per
Fancy sugar cured bacon, per
lb. .................................... 10c
Large white mealy potatoes,
per 100 Ibs. ................5$1.(;0
100 Tbs. granulated sugar for
17 bars white or brown soap,
for . .............................. 1.0
10 lbs. dry onions .............. 253(c
('arnation milk, tall c.ans,
doz., ....... .................. ... i1.75
Se'go milk, tall cans, doz...11..(
HIebe. doz. .................. $1.0
White or brown beans, Ib.. 10
SAY YOU SAWV ]T IN I;UII'L E'TIN.
for Less on
Easiest of Terms
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN.
This is the best place in town
for you to trade. The LARG
EST STOCK and the LOWEST
A Square Deal
I Appreciate Your Trade
Palace Clothing and
53-55 EAST PARK ST.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN I1ULITI'IN
The Finest in Butte
MAX VITT, Proprietor.
205 W. Park-135 S. Main
SAY YOU SAW IT IN IBULLETIN.
WHY GO UP TOWN?
We carry a full line of grocer
fes, vegetables and fruits in
Phone 242 1204 E. 2nd St.
18 E. PI'ARK ST.
GOOD MEAT CHEAP
The \\orkingman's Friend.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN.
liulletin eoosters ehould patronize
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Conservative Business Man,
With Many Years' Ex
perience, Gives Sensible
Advice to Tillers of Soil.
. ,.rt i c s;i'E( lK t. l1Th arti
that that I r is co.it tnit (o ng olut
'11l. irotlli and the i i ln hois ri c 7'o
!no ;itl f ' nesting pla'ePs it is fittailr g
it tii sltultId Io.ider on11' oI' the
0,rl'060l 2: ('(. l'rOnfing (the furnl:or.
l irst, , i t id it he t o~s ld, w veto r;ooit li
:ii ito I it y o'f specializa;iot ;tlnd lh
el', atdiedt s(sils lre obtained by eachl
,,lan t(en ing strictly to his 'wn busi
i;lss. Now Iilt ' business of the flarm- I
t is farming anlid 1th Sooner he re
alizes it and gets down to good hard
,' rk on tilte frot and cut:y ouit all
ilills lensensi about en-Op..Y ti\lr en -I
tiorplrises.-; ali Nonpa rtisant politics
itlhe bli t'ii it will h ae I ifor lizi l an
,111 'l, o ' Iie Of
The groalt aed of Ihi'l world today
food tui l tihe fri m r is in i a posi
tion to prI,•uce the food provided he
is willing to work atd has the right
kind of advice. and it:; advis ing is a
,ide line in which 1 have ,pecializedl
con0:: idtraI1ly, hur'l goes for a few
legin by geill in a good i l arut
clock. wlon't get a ch'leap one, they a't
riot to be relied on. l" 'i'ly cent saved
illn the11 pried' of ;ill a larm i elock l. ty
1ean ai c(uplt' of hourl ; lol' t some
morning right in irrigutling litile. Set
ihe cor'l: at .1 a. tn. adil then se' it
all ioni' thoaild. ThI titPin thing ill
lint' vr'vin. is to glt l ip in ' lit, iOr -.
l ''t milkin a, ki li tape tcare t'i thu e m-a
r"[ \, t . ( t-I th, wvhohl family disci-I
Ilin~'l d ;lld c"( .ol· tllotd o 10111" ('c1111g
il li it'. I' itlP tviii soo t c ('llIO to lilii
it. iThe' horse-lc, tioo, 'till itlilth' cia lt
it H'(qiI1,. they get so 11111t'. WOV/ i
O li ' i l' th iray O lil t, t ll Ol'll it. i
f re. ' t flit'; are Iad. \VhiIt tlt
tle daiy, youil a inl hoe i i rn the(i
eetableý i to parcel post to l the biank
or i'Who hi'1 it ntorltgage oil the formllt
'l'ake the children out of school.
T1' ' c 'onfill n'tuit i tild the close al t it osg
phlere of the h hoolrooum i.: ,erYV detri
elllltal toll their health in the :umllllllr
till ', id Itii y attl aid ln (4i o t' i ally oil
thli fil ' '', 'thus insuring a bigge( r otl
pu~t. The girl can help h lr noither
in Ill( house and the boy can help ill
I'i vi' :'ll work d n111 i'il i thorough
mantiltr. I'loitw 0te , 1 ,o are e ,rly, lit
food tseed and t'lnde lvor t|o raise (te
ihb elst , \'t''where yi (ll lait d on(I ly oil
ilt. yert . The 'orltd 'need: it.
- at ' hinsr ecaltt, ntiol to if it ail. (p 1
rl'inly Iday"- doln't g2o to town alld
':1,end your timine talking ( er nmarlktl
'ondition:: there are p nlly of lne i
ito tae aire forf the tuirk lil\e fwho i
p ridutc tod in that line. I lte nthat
lit e y fti ' a a on ;eug rI' a 'llt r. elep the
Il on \wottell f.rleild. it will pull eis
In lhiriltt help he carefuilt l tand doln't
get'l ally wof thlies," they i Ire r utird
liable and thlt y arit' wful Ieaders.
C rull out alol the litrior i the tablent
ftor lur' onh or gan tiz blon; ind send
h, rest' t io b.ari.t. Oly he ad hes
i l'ringS lh h selt p i. ont l' 11 llilv ke la
You will lin ll the ioninlission iiioli
\\ill apl1(reciate this and they will h,,
n111r, t'or lin tho receil yotl ou wip-ll
lnellIls. Treaf t thilIl with Cotsideori
lion fmtr they at"1 11no \ery 111 1H Oitll:
anilt t ' rd--- ar n -ry to your hl1.
W hile 1 1, lhl not for t ai.o;,1, fit
hBulletin ou fall for an of his chlp,
ialk aitilt hrP being a la
struri lh, it Vol hd be well for y,,I to
r ialgni::e that there are threel' ic >,
in society, nla ely, tie cla ::s that it'o-1
(t1tre,: the fond, the cls].< that ("I
mutes 111t food. and tlh mos1 I1l
rI cl.: - telw\ ett the olher two. t;., ,
cla,. th l , handlhs the food. If 1-144
wvoere to r'Imove this 1la1: in tlhe l, 'l
tcr of s e.ekl y, the other two cla::.,-:
would. m"inte together with such ,
bang that it would shake the foumln.
tions of o-cietly and result in 111ii( :
I ha'.(, leen somI(wVhat diflid, n
ilbout addlrlrssing yeol, but Yeldil ilzt
tlhat your occupation. if it is proper
ly a11ttnd(d to, (does not allow Il
1 much time for st'udy I hluve felt it
mly duty to adtise you. I hope th:m
Ihe:,e few suggestions will help ,you
t to produce a bumper crop and, inr
elos;ing let me wV:irn you against giv
inig (-i" to those \.lnpartil an league
organizers that sw\'arm: itle co0n1 1y.
. If any of them COllme around kikl;
them off the place, Nothing h:
ever been accomplished by the farm
ers through organization; individual
effort is what counts; I have tried it
and I know. Remember all the tint
that you are a farmer. Stay on the
farm, tenth strictly to business, read
Duly old, reliable conservative pa
pers, work like the devil and you will
- ureced--- like hell.
Bulletin Want Ads S-'.
Results.. Phone 52
$100 reward will he paid to any
one proving we do not put in the
best mainspring for $1. Mayer, 37
North Main street.-Adv.
Two intitiationll v:. re h , l t dlt
regulalr meeting of ille I' ythialn sis
trs W.V'ednelsday iog. o'winiz
nr interesting di::cut sionll on "(loot1
of the Order," a b;inqgt wa:s s''erveti
in the tatilx1 t hail. Patt (ran(:
Chief Sislter Ioll.en cr td ait s toni:l
nilst(r, vith Pl-tt (rand chief Sister
\Voiicole ;ari id Pi sl Siprl' ti' trihoei
sentiatit Hi : tr \ln ry IP. 1Cadd : i on
10the programf. . A \ o.til i'tl m ting ir*
being planne, r for the filrt reogular
session after i siter.
Prof. \ . 1I. ('lark, in rchirge oif li1i
ph vysics deparlment at lthe iltte high
rehiool, and -ltMrs. llterlha Qulryle were
ia rried at the G rates Methodi: i
chiurch by the INov. G(torge C'art ,r
ye:etrdly aflternooni. AIr. and Mrs.
iArthr:r l i ". ilrt- n,, hrothim r-in-law andl
ister of thell ride t o d as tbest rlt:an
and hridesunaid. After a short lhoney
nic:in Mtr. atind Mrs. Clark wvill mtlakrl
Ih+,ir h llelt illn Hutt .
II o ut.is to 1b e u s e d b y c o r p o r a ti ro n s
in filing the.ir income tis! reporti
have arlrived at the local rcevenue of
li'e aInd will be distributedt to Itho.e
lirtts which dlo not rlc(is e thelmtI
throtglh tirhe l mil. Because t he reg-t
liu fortsii were not elvailblxe those
rco'rortr ations who miai(le a. report iion
til tent: tiv e forms issued were
griticl'd itn iexiensioln of 45 days be-I
yowd the closing date. March 15.
:1 Ixtsital and literary t1rog1.;lin
x ill ie gix in at the \Votxati's Cht ris
lian T'-ompelri-rte unttiont socia;l imeet
ing iin the First lresbyterialn chturch
cottae thlis evtenting ait 8 o'clock. l. c
freslthmcrits will te se-rved. The ad
miission is free. A cordialt invitation
is extletlded to ithe public.
The Junior luther l ,ague1 of ihi.
I: tinuetl Iutheran chuxrx h, so-ruthoin;t
('ornliter of MIlonil ix art1d i Sitler streets.
will be entertained by oI nt S tixtist
iris eventiing ait lithe homet of his par
-his, Air. andt .Mrs. .1. I. HSe iiuist.
12011 \\i'-t liairnoid :tii ,ret. Friend"s
ire cordially ini 'i i,.
trntest La (tisle xt:x fuin tid $10 by
.Judge I'. J. W\hitty in polie coneort
yestelrday on thei charge ofi vagrancty.
\When siarehtril ati the police sitation
following his arrrest La ICasse twas
found to have iln his polxsitssion it
ttnumber oxf lprescripilon forms used
in the purchlase of (htigs.
m.5t -erica, thlie Nixew !p i of Men'x
\\ill ibe le title of the lecturen to be
dxlivereid by E. t11. Ca lin of Anieon
da axt the roomiis of the Tiheosophial
soci ely, 102 xLewisohn block, Sunday
evenint g. The lecture begin r; at ):'I
aintd i oxpetio t ho lit ixublic.
.\ dt'lc rer of nivor'(ct, 1v,11. i:"' u, e t<'
.lames Iartry whe1l hi0 wii'., I;h.
failed 1o ippide 'fir i:' n.turt or unrsvw , iI
the c(' !lnl lltl( . yV,; i rel' al b"y Ju.l. ge
John \'. a l.'.i dI!. il 1:cI court.
Discharv l , 1 .,lie ('nd unih rs are
i tii (' i'nll1 'I 1m 1 1;,ymlllenlll (oi '(oaild
;111,1 poll 1;1'. '' :, 111". n( 1t , I~ 'ounty
'l'r ,as rer . T. I'f h 1.t.
A.il-,, ('attie-rile tiley. : b
yea':. ; ltegh "r I f "r. lind .ir:. la tI
1). Ii!t , !. 1,: ( tear g lit terra.; dited
of 1t11 t iieti i 'io a : :1 ir!ly a'lrit on.
The f 't r 'nr t( ,ill be idh tl at
St. a ir, n., i hing. sy; t:e 8-cle1 ir;l ay
miine liciii. tlls spring. Now is the
athl et along better tey.
.Mis:e unill' nd bowe. is sclened out.
lithe wilek ge ins of lte , acriinii Il t t
irothiter systeo, who i:en ai suy. Tl .
Mount S. harles ollea is og
should see that the whole family t.ak
at least three or four doses of thor
ough purifying. system-cleansing
medicine this spring. Now is the
time. The facol ily will be healthier,
happier and get along better if the
blood is given a thorough purifying,
e stomach and bowels cleaned outly
rnd the germs of winter, accumul.t
ed in the system, driven away. Hol
lister's Rocky Mountain Tea is one
n4 the very best and surest spring
medicines to take. Get it and see
the difference in the whole family.
Their color will be better, they'll feel
line and be well and happy. Family
(Continued From Page One.)
drltunoL d unilaringly the proliteer'
who took advantage of the war to I
iHalie .tnor!±iul: profits, woull you
considtr hint disloyal?"
"I \ouldl," IIanson replied.
Txitra iurolrs were discharged by
SJudge .Aaiiint today and it i. ax
)ip-cttd thai hii case will Continue!
until the Iliht "r tart of next week.
If you want to sell, buy, exchange
or rent, use iulletin want ads. They
Reported Settlement of the
Main Range Trouble Is
Without Foundation, Say
lThe morninlg 1paps: ci.ne out to
lda \withi the statcement slhat all trou
ble at the Main lIangie miinel had becen
settlied. 'This is deniid by the officers
of tlle Mle'tal Trades; council. Mr.
(low haIs. as yet, lmadle no settlelment
with thi Metal T'rades ( ouncil.
IN BUTTE CHURCHES
Contlral Prebyterianll chullrch. First
street and 1 tah avenue-l.----= Preaching
11 a. ni., by the acting pastor. Sun
day :chool. 12 :15; Chris tian Elndeav
or, ;:: 0. 11, l l'teachilng 7:20, by the
Rev. .I. A. Smith. The public is in
Iunl'nuel Prel'l yterian church,
Gaicoro em (:t ylord ,ttreets, R. C.
W\'illiants, , pastor.- Su d;ty svchool, 1 I
a. In., Ric1hard TrIgridga, superin
tend11 nt111. Preachinii g 7:::,0 by the t);s
tor. iiis theme will be: C!hrist's
Attitud, Towal rds it,I Oppressed.''"
The public is cordial!ly invited.
UsI.'e Biulletin want dsh. They got
the want coiumns of the ,Bulletin.
S T MP S
I T ii s I lli cilly j. \ 'l\ I
73 E. Park St.
WHY FUSS ABOUT
t . H;'; 4. ., I'r-ja k line of
$17.50 to $25
H .n [.H in )uIr lue s
Ilt il ,:. I 'r the ymul i g
Get in Line for Easter
Slnllw' I;ike notice mitl
ýiv' t I; ; h l' f mon I ey (1o
tlle I , - -lil.
Big 4 Tailor
17 West Park. Street
112 W. PARK STREET
(Continued From Page One.)
proper time came.
There is no question but that the
judges and clerks at this particular
precinct stalled when counting the
votes. They must have had orders
to count slowly, as it is natural to
count fast and finish the job ---not
only to get through with the
work, but satisfy their own minds as
to the results of the election. The
precinct just north of them, with
about the same number of votes, had
finished the counting at 11 o'clock.
This precinct, 4-B, finished at about
At about 1 o'clock a crowd gath
ered at 4-B. Perhaps 10 of the 75
present were Dunn men. Those pres
ent were from every walk of life
engineers, truck drivers, wholesale
men-I mention these because I
knew nearly all the people present.
The Dunn supporters only asked how
the count was coming out and
mingled with the crowd. There was
fully six Cutts men present to each
one of the Dunn crowd. When I say
Dunn crowd, I do not mean that they
were so loyal to Dunn that they would
fight for him, but that possibly they
had voted for him, and, naturally,
felt interested in the result. Up to
2 o'clock in the morning, there was
not a move of any kind made that
even bordered on "ruff stuff." Every
body present seemed to be of one
mind. That the count evidently was
going along very slowly and that the
judges and clerks must be following
orders to count slowly. Everybody
was nervous because they seemed to
realize that the slow counting was
being done so as to give time to the
Cutts crowd to figure just how many
votes they would have to steal in
order to win.
If they didn't figure to steal this
election, why didn't they be fair, up
right and square in appointing judges
and clerks by giving the republicans
their proper share of the appoint
ments-not to say anything about
giving Dunn the appointing of an oc
casional judge or clerk. As soon as
the raw work in appointing the
judges and clerks was done, the pub
lic immediately set up the cry that
the election was to be stolen at any
At 2 o'clock in the morning the
fun began. Everything was in peace
and quietness when the gunmen, de
tectives and the A. C. M. officials be
gan to arrive on the scene. They
came in 10 different machines from
all directions. In 10 minutes the
following men, well known to all,
arrived: Harry Galwey, Jack Roach,
Tom Chope, Roy Alley, John Riley
(the fixer of the First ward), John
Berkin, gunman; Taylor, of Taylor
collection agency, who is of the type
of succor gunmen; Jim Ford, gunman;
Gillis, gunman, the man who killed
a man in cold blood a few months
jago. Of course, Ray Rhule was suck
ling around-somebody should slap
him on the wrist and send home to
his babies. There was that poor,
starving attorney, Dan Malloy, trying
to give a hand. Following up the
rear was Emery Rheim, the clerk of
the school board, ever ready to give
a hand and butting in when he is sup
^-·,d not to mingle in politics. Pat
Sidley, the boss office man for the
A. C. M. compaany. Then there was
the boss gunman for the A. C. M.
company, together with about six
Where dlid all these fellows come
from in so) short a time? All arrived
in 10 minutes. Wasn't it prearrang
edl? Why did such men as Galwey,
Chope and Roche stool) so low as to
mingle in such proceedings as fol
hlowed their arrival there.
You all know Morrissey -- four
flushing. "eat-'em up Ed" Morrissey,
the man that always does the dirty
work for all the plays that are made
by the rotten city hall gang and the
A. C. M1. crowd. Well, he arrived,
looking like an insane man. As I
said before, everything was peace
and quietness. He rushed his way
through the crowd just litke a wild
bull and then came back about half
way through the crowd and accosted
a mtan who was not saying a word,
just an onlooker, with the question,
asked in a terrible voice: "What are
you doing here?" The Iuimani was po
lite with his answer, that he was
only an onlooker. For his politeness
he got a crack in the mouth and a
gun shoved into hi:: stomach and or
dlered to beat it. When he got out
side lIe got a crack from a gun on
the head. Back came Morrissey for
another. It didn't make any differ
ence who. If you were not dressed as
a west-sider you were liable to be.
picked out. Morriss~', shoved his g
into the stomach of at legs].
and beat them up after fie'g em
outside. I suppose any' one man in
that crowd could liclik Morrissey, but
they couldn't afford to go up against
Morrissey was backed up each time
by the A. ('. U1. gunmen. As an on
looker said: "'.This crowd is thirsting
for bloondand to kill." and it surely
The object of the play no doubt
was to scare a;:I Y the crowd so that
the ballot box culd be stolen and
stuffed, books adljusled, etc., bd'ore
they got to the city hall. There is no
question bu t tlat this was done while
the crowd was ountside the building
looking at the gunmenllll work.
What is Joe Jackson doing? I see
by this itorliing's paper that citizens
IN COUNTY JAIL
Desperate With Hunger,
Throws Rock Through a
Window to Get Board on
An instance of the glaring ineffic
iency of our present laws to deal
with social problems was shown yes
terday, when Joseph Heinie was ar
raigned' in police court for throwing
i rock through a window at Umh
avenue and Front street.
Heinie has the misfortune of being
a single man and on that account
was laid off at the mines some three
months ago. After weeks of unsuc
cessful rustling, he became discour
aged and desperate through hunger,
and committed the above act with
the hope of finding a welcome within
the hospitable walls of the county
jail, where food and shelter could not
be denied him.
But even this boon was beyond his
reach for the court gave him a sus
pended sentence of five days and he
walked out into the same old world
under the same old conditions, with
the rustling chances still against him
and his only sure hope against hun
ger the fact that there are still rocks
and windows left.
His condition touched the kindly
heart of Barney Lavelle and as he
walked out inito the strecl Barney
slipped him the price of a bed and
D[ATH OF LOIS
The home of Mr. and Mrs. A. A.
Sundberk, 1640 Lowell avenue, was
saddened Wednesday evening, when
their only child was -called back to
angel land. This dear little bud was
2 years, 10 months and 11 days old.
She leaves to mourn her loss, her lov
ing mother and father, also two
grandmothers, Mrs. Christine Sund
berg and Mrs. Bessie Keam, and the
following aunts and uncles: Mrs.
J. Sampson, Mrs. E. 13. Tracey, Mrs.
13. Dunstone, Mrs. J. Hurley, Mrs.
Win. Hugie, Mrs. L. J. Opie, Mrs. J.
Brandle, A. J. Sundberg and C. A.
Funeral services will be held Sat
urday, March 29, at 2:30 p. m., at
the Lowell Avenue MI. E. church,
corner Lowell avenue and George
street, Rev. T. R. Clarkson officiat
(Seattle and St. Cloud, Minn.,
papers please copy.)
are not allowed to carry guns Why
are gunmen like Gillis, Berkin,
Taylor, Ford and the like allowed to
Who are waking I. W. W.?
I have only beetn in the city thrcee
years and, for a while, I believed that
the A. C. Ni. papers were right, but
from novw on I am against their kind
JUST AN ONLOOKER.
DIFFERS WITH AT
Missoula, March 28.-County At
torney Dwight N. Mason, contrary to
the ruling of Attorney General S. C.
Ford, who held that soldiers who did
not use an absent voter's ballot at
the last election and failed to regis
ter again cannot vote, says that re
turned soldiers s.ay vote, no matter
if they did not send back their ballots
and did not register upon their re
turn. This decision affects between
400 and 500 soldier voters in Mis
soula county. These names, accord
ing to Mason's decision, will be re
turned to the registration rolls. The
opinion was in answer to inquiry
from Clerk and Recorder Babington,
whose office is in charge of registra
tion. These voters will be permitted
to cast their ballots at the school
election April 5 and city election two
BUTTE BOY GETS
oJl Eddie Randall is in Butte,
following his discharge from the serv
ice. He was in the Seventh United
States cavalry and, like a good many
of the boys who rushed to enlist the
moment war was declared, he got in
to a regiment that wasn't ordered
abroad. He was stationed at thle bar
racks at El Paso, Texas. He is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Randall of
610 South Dakota street.
Boosters club No. 5 will have but
ter and eggs for sale at 101 S. Idaho
street, Saturday afternoon fromt 2
to 4 p. m.-Adv., - • ' ,
South Side Whist Club
Every Satursday Night at
1957 HARRISON AVE.
Admission 25c. Everybody wel
come. Take car No. 3, get off
IYOUR GAIN IS MYI
I ATTENTION, i
I MINERS ;
Another ciit on the hIost
S diggilng slio,(s in IButto.
ve (Jralls .$1.45 *
SAiotliei clut in iunderwear,
ha I s. ca i s. umbre llas,
suitcases, watches, jew-\
el'y, padlocks,' shears and
I l)c elt kniveis.
U 715-717 East Front Street
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SURE CURE FOR
)r. AW. S. Swank of Miles City,
Mont., has reciently negotiated with
the well-known C. M. & M. Drug
and Chemical company, Fulton, Ill.,
under a 10-year exclusive contract
for the sale and distribution of his
well-known treatment for influenza
and pneumonia, known as Dr.
Swank's Influenza Specific 808. This
remedy now is known under the
name of the Riico Flu, lPneumonia
'Treatment 808 and can be secured
from the C. M. & Mi. Drug and Chem
ical company,. Fulton, Ill., in a four
ounce treatment, which is sufficient
for the severest cases, at $2. The C.
Mi. & M. Drug and Chemical company
thoroughly investigated the merits of
this wonderful treatment, and are
now distributing it in all parts of the
United States. For further informa
tion, write the C. M. & M. Drug and
Chemical company, Fulton, Ill.--
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The Progressive Shoe Shop
For first-class Shoe Repairing.
This is no second-hand cobbling
shop. First-class work only.
1721 Harrison Ave.
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314 N. Main St.
Cigars, Tobaccoes, and
Confectionely, Fruits and
Soft Drinks. Gvie me a
call. You will be treated
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We Serve the Best on the Market
at Popular Prices.
69 E. PARK ST.
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