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l1AKINS(. THE START
That's right, decide
now to start an account
with your bank. Yegen
Some of the largest
accounts in the country
started witlh small, very
smnall, d(eposits, so please
do inot 1b ashamed of the
dize of youllrs even if it
on, stllu ].
T'hi< leads us to the
lintt if this editorial-
\(e \reololme your small
tut anld will give it
;is Inich respect as if it
\ one hundred -timtes
S2o having tmlade that
di.isiln, drop in andl
(lltl( ( t11 start with nts.
4'.; paid on saving
('.e ntt1t iand certificates
.-. ep .st . ,
CAPITAL o100.o o OCO
S.\Y YXi"l \\ IT 1IN B'I,.ETIN
Poynter's Cash Store
inb51 HlARRISON AVE.
lWhlek'ale to Consumer.
Do you realize that by buying
yol r supplies each day In small
qm ntilies that your day's pay
got(. little miore than half as far
as it would if you bought the
whole week's sulpply at one
time? Call up Poynter's
6534-It, and order your week's
Lanrg, whilpei, mealy spuds, per
11111 ti s . ........... .. ... l.(i5
(,. lit. Cretana hartl wheat
flour i t .........................$3.50
1a ilb. Glou'tntlated sugar (bott)
hol. w..... . ...... $10.04
SI) Itb. grandulated sugar
(ul(! ) I t ..................... $ 1.00)
ir, IMh!s Vhite laundry soap
flor . .. ..".........................$1.00
t' r tioni milk, 48 tall cans,
S ..............................$ 0. )
. 11ik, 4ga tall cans, $s .2a
II , l . iN tall cans.........c.... . $ .50
Ona tzien large cans Utah to
l --I.- ...............................$ 1.00
tI()n.t ,· iz , No. 2 cans Iowa
. . .............................$. 8 0
SAY Yt)il SXAW IT IN lI$LET1, i
J. R. BECKY1
Groceries and Meats
I500 East Ilarti StiprCet
I.atlics' and Gents' Suits Made to
Order Ilere in the Shop.
Journeyman Tailor. Union Shop.
431 : S. ArizonaE. Phone 3552-W.
SAY YOt SAW IT IN ILLeITIN
M'CARTHY, BRYANT & CO.
3!7 319 E. Park. Phone 1011.
-lh. can hills Bros. or 31. J. B.
cu-..;... ............ .... .....$.25 ,,
10 Iae lr (Crystal White soap $1.00
9S -lbs. Itlx flour........... $5.6.05
.s 11:. Lyon's Best flour. spe
- cia l. . .. ..... ........ ... .........$11.75
I',';Iches, pears anti apricots, perI
"" an ....... ........ .25c
T'i tialovs. corn and peas, can 15i
S.I. can strawberry janl-... $1.35
S1, I syrup. gallon ..........--$1.75
I:,lf gallon .................. 095c
lrosl.h vt ggs, (tozen ...................4.15
12 tall cans Carnation milk $1.65
No. 5"s shortening ................ $1.45
JOHN J. M'CARTHY,
S.1'Y YO)' ,A.V IT IN BIULLI'ETIN
(enuinec Old Time
Lager Beer Extract
PEIl CAN, $1 50, FREE POSTAGE;
An unequalled preparation to make
sparkling, healthful, good old .ager
lBeer at home. Easy to made. No
cooking. Ready to drink in 11 days.
Try it now. (Gnt your supply for the
warm weather. Can contains net 8 oz.
Pure extract (free of alcohol) of
fines:t malt and hops for seven gal
lons of Beer.
AI)OIF GRlAF', 720 So. Montana St.,
lPhone i76(-J. BUTTE, MONT.
S. F. T. Cash Grocery
The most for your money.
027 E. Galena Phone 5215-W
...Y YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN.
DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS It's pretty hard to beat Mrs. Smart
LOOK H RRE ANMA Tiff AND I PA ASJ
VAN LOON, IA SURE R A TH~i S HAVE*. &ý.st A Ore
aww.E5 µAE LJ$O AcRr 4~~D 'CAMEt4T 04 O MI2S MRS SMART
MRS sM4RT I0VT5 ON A. A C',IRE L AýCLC EIETUH t140 TI* WMO m Mý7 DEAR H`
WHoL-a LOT Oi SOWICKNESS IDEAI MY UFýN' hA HA: My t14H1 K'H. SMAý T) CAN YOU DID 1c4E UP
IN ORDBe ro cE r OUT OF- MINUTE; MRS. SMART, COME MERE 1 CAN'T Movfl
HElPINr L t uTH6R smP
',WITl4'The WT TI
WM' NTo D'A7MnUASM
t+fIR AT HER
CwN ' AM '
8W. THE W
IN BRAY CASE
Man Charged With Killing
Farmer, Wife and Her
Escort Is Placed on
Charged with murder, Martin li ray
who killed his: former wife and K. H.
Showers, her escort, May 1 6, 9 1 8,
was placed on trial in Judge I.J.
Lynch's department of Ihe district
Temponirary insanity and an irre
sistile iimutti ls will coi nstitile, lit.
plea of lth tlefenste. IBray's attOr ney2s,
Wellington 1). IRankin, Leslie it. Sol
grove and ,lames .1. McCafTfry un
nouncedii . That Bray is reslponsible
fior tihe datIh of MAirs. Brly and K. S.
Shliowers is admnittd.
It itas not untiu l lthe state anid coun
sel for the defense had exhllaust1d perIi
eimptory challenge that aI jury wi:
si(t l c ld at 6:45 o'cloctk last night.
The' stale began ilntroduction of ts
tim iuny at l0 o'clock this itori iing.
lrany Still ianl Invalid.
Bray, who has not yet recoverled
frollt the l'fects of ti wound sustainted
when he fired a bullet through his
own skull, was brought into the
coul'troom in a wheel challr. Appar
ently tre took but little interest in lle
proi'ceedings and sclarcel y nimo\veld
nluscle dutring the long ortleal.
Although the self-inflicted wound
has healed, it has left a tdeep ilnptres
sion, nearly an inch dteepl, in B]ray's
skull. The defentdant's only hidicna
tion of agitation was given w'hten he
occasionally patssed a necr\olt i and
faltering hand over the scars eltiated
by the gun which reitfused to kill its
owner, after slaying two othci peIr
The state is replresente(d by 'County
A\ltorney Joseph Ii. Jacksonl and
Chief D)eputy Coulnty Attorney Nick
The jury is II. P. Gill, Hugh Finagan,
T. 13. \Woolaghan, Rtalph Richard, Ed
McKendrick, \\. J. Marks, John
Quinn, \V. S. Leonard, \1. McGowan.
He-Inr'y Lare.'w, David J. tones, Jamlnes
Counsel for the tlfetnse inovted yes
terday morning that the case be dis
mtissed on the groundls of insatnity.
Afffidaviti of two physicians, Dr. I. C.
Monahan and John F. Ilhatkl, were
introduced ill a;I attempt to prove
that Bray is an insane tperson. The
motion was denitci by Judge L,ynch.
CITY AND COUNTY RECORDS
I'etritz-To Mr. and Mrs., 1'Pe.r'
Pelritz., 9 Atlantic a\elue, .\1'adter
ville, a daughter, April 10.
I'orr'y--To Mr. and MI's. Geolrge
Corry, 1716 South Gaylord street, a
daughter, April 13.
Herhom-T''o Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Iterboon, 1:)50( Kennedy, a dtiaghter,
'ig.ts-'1'o Mr. and Mrs. VWillianm
V gus, 20:15 Wthitman. a dtaughtr,
MA It ItIA(:E Li( 'ENSE.4.
.Je:;se (Oriy (21) Ind I.Lvene \il
liamson i 21) ), both of Dillon.
.Lawrenc't('e Murphy I 5) and Lesa
Josetphsonl I:1), )both of Buite.
IN THE I)ISTiI('T (OWl'T.
New ('ases I.iled-Zinlal HIassan
vs. Great Northern., dm;llages; George
Smuck vs. Frank Kelly, dissolution of
partnership; Ip achel Shea vs. John
I)I11)S RIEi RDll)ll
Ilenry E. W'Ollbacher tp t laraM'
\Wolmbaclter, lots 5, 6, 7, S', it and
10, block 4, Bowens addition to Mel
Martin J. IHackett to S;adie Byrne
Kemima, portion D)i es lode; $ 1.
Daly Addition colmpany to Otto
Sternberg, lot 22, block 55, D)aly adi
John Thomas to 1.ovdy Thomas,
lots II) and 11, blockt IL Gilman ad-
'liogib B. Manhasth to A. J. Davis.
lot 3 and north halt if lot 4, block S,
l)aly addition; $1.
tlight of way deed: Charles La
rannii to )Desire Cote. right of way
o\ ,r lot 12, block 4, IUpton pltitiotn:
Two honorable discharge papers.,
belonging to the same party, are at
the Bulletin office, and may be had
by the owner upon proper identifica
-0 Il -E
All memlber's local (i5, I. i1. E. V.
Special order of business Monday,
NICK MARICK, Rlee. Sec.
EAGLES HAVE Al
Entertainers From Local
Play Houses Help to
Make the Smoker a Big
Songs and colntedy chatter by spe
cial entertainers and general fllllun by
all in attendance made ai(l(' great siic
cess of the Sllloker staged by the
Butte Eaigles in thiei' club rooms on
West Granite street last evening.
This was lhe lirst social event of the
kind sliged in many months and
lengthy explanations can ie cut short
bIy saying thait the smoker was put on
ill regular lEagle fashion.
Eddie Price, accotl anietl by
Misses \White and Cox, enitertainiers
at, the Ftiiltcit hotel, opened thie pro
grtilI with Im irth-provoking songs
iand stories. They were followed by
"ltig" litn Linn, of the Pantages bill
at the Irioatdway this week. Jlalies
McNeill, J.ohn Connors, Will AtcShoa
anutd JamItes Slhea added to Ilhe lro
gram with late song hits.
illits Geneveive Elliott, daulghter
of J. 11. Elliott, atll old-tinte Eagle,
was greeted with consideralble ap
plause after the rendition of several
talking songs. One of tile features
of the evenling was the reading of ai
ipoemii writteni by the youllng singer's
brother, Ilerbert Elliott, still with I
the Americani expeditionary forces ill
Francei . It follows:
)DO)N'T VOTEI TIlE OI)
"lFrm fi:ar acrioss t he ocean
We tare sending tiall iappeal;
As to ia certain tthiitg tlhat is going on,
Andi to tell the way we feel.
"We left the good old 1'. S. A.,
To come1tt here to do inor die;
And while we're gone iwiay,
They want to vote her (rly.
W"\V left the pilce in very good hiapelt
Thie lay wei said goodl-bye;
Anld we arit1ie comling back somiice da;y,
O1 IiknOW the Ireaisoll whiy.
"\VWe came over herel tolo di job,
.\nd all intenld to stay;
UIutil evetrythinlg is settled,
n i a YIantlee-L)oodle way.
"It mllakes its sore to healr one say
I believe site is going dry;
And to think we cannlot do it thing,
No matter how we try.
"\W'henl we sailed away and catme
\Ve left it all to you:
To take good cure of everything,
Is what we expect you to do.
"''I)onl' t t our home townll lon the
While we are in France;
W\hy not wait until we all get back,
Anid give is all a chance.
"If they vote dry and din the lightl..
And ptll the hae onl beer;
\ We might as well inot go back at all,
lit stay rigliht ove'r here.
"W\'lhen we it, t hlack iand Imeet olt
It will hte ai great 'tlello;'
But I guies: we will have to :t::y at
For Ihere will It:' no place to go.
"This is the voice of a:l your buddies,
'Who iare light ltig tooth aind eye;
And do thnt !ll a favor.
Don't vet' tilhe old Itown dry."
In chalrge i the nrogramlt last eve
ning were tt Simollnson. Fddie
Stullivani. Jerry Sullivan, 1)oil ing,
Euigene 1)il'o:. 'Thinmais W\alier and
Iloh Hutchins. \Villian Mallo' pri'o
sided as teoastl itster'.
Helena. April 15.--W. I. Mec('or
mick of Kalispell and (lark Ilun
gartner of Fife were elected respec
tively chairman and secretary today
at a meeting of the state terminal
elevator boatrd. Adjournment was
taken to Great Falls, where the
hoard will gather today to discuss
Ihe site and arrangements to build
and operate the elevator, which is
to he state owned and which was
authorized by the recent assembly.
SPIRITS MOVE THEM
IN SEATTLE, TOO'
(Special United Press Wire.)
Seattle, April 15.- --Government
officials arrested Police Sergeant
Ilasselblad and Patrolman Patton
pending an investigation into the
theft of $30,000 worth of confiscated
whisky from the United States ap
piraisers store room. March 31.
All accouints due the Ferns' gro
cery are now due and payable at
Butte Adjustment company's offic:.
115 North Main.
-Adv. JOHN FERNS.
Phone 52 If You Want to
Rent That Furnished Hodse
R. B. Lilly Is Taken Into
Custody - Is Charged
With Carrying Concealed
Acensed of Ithreatening I . :ke thei
life of the husband of hii: former
wife, Ii. B. Lilly was arr'-: t 'd last
evening at 6C o'clock by c(ity I )elc
tives Cussick andi Morrisonll on a
charge of carrying conc.cal'd weap
ons. James McLeod, 647 South Da
kota. street, husband No. 2, is nametl
as the complaining witns::s.
According to MclIeod 's story a.
told at the time of the a;rro":l, Lilly
threat( ned to take MceI'od' lil' sev
eral months ago. Last ev llilig, Me
L.e'odl averred, Lilly cant(' to his
house before he ( Mclcodl) had re
turned from workn and th I'ce bran
dished a gun. Mrs. M.oond, former
ly Mrs. Litll, and mother of a child
born less than at week ago, sent one
of her children to warn AlI'. McLeotd
to bring aill oflicer ito tihe' house. 'The
child Failed to find the fatlhor.
WVithoiitl being seen by 1.illy, Mc
Leod got to a telephone and(] notified
police headqilaluartels that hlp was
badly nmiedi d, according to his own
story. The city deftectives were soon
on the scene andt Lilly was taken to
jail. No gun was found in his Dos
After returning from the 'ilty Ihall
Mr. M(ceod alleges lie lookued undier
the pillow of a bed on which Lilly
sat wllen the officers iil ntlred the
house and there fountld ;I ,i leather
holsteri containing an Iv rul-Johnll lson
.38-caliber revolver in thii ' ylindi r of
wihich welre1' four cartridge's.
"The Shepherds Feed .
Themselves and Feed I
Not My Flock"
Ily Maj. Guy M. Kindersley, O. It. E.
We died in our't millions to serve it.
the cause that you told us
We stood waist-deepl in the trenches,
we battled with Hell and its
Broken and shattered and helpless,
we rotted by land and by sea,
For the dream you held before us.
the dream of a Freedom to be.
And you? You have gathered your
millions; you have lined your
You have talked of the Rights of
Nations, while you worshiped
the rights of self;
Your lands are dumged with our life
blood, your houses are built
with our bontes,
Yourt temples (andl would you could(
you hear the'm ) are filled with
our children's ttiants.
Do you think we shall rise and smite
you? Feir not! You shall
gal'ner youlr gain.
And we? \\'ill yii give i us our free
doni,. iiusl t lhse who haive not
No, the itle is tlI st;amne ever, and
the world will go as before,
Our sons will be fooled and blinded,
Is oulr fathlirs, were of yore.
Fooled iho we've hIwn bIy youttr h ire
lings YiO know that we
fought for a lie-
We've fatllhomed i t rUth you see not,
but one yo l must lealn when
That silver anl g,,l: and raiment lare
things of ht, little worth,
For Love is the1 hIir of the ages, and
thie meek shall inherit the
EASTER SERVICE AT
Theli Sunda. -'tool of the Imnian
uel Presbyter: n church will hold its
service niext !',i;ly at 10:30 instead
of at 11 o'cilh, , There will be an
othlier ser\ie, :. Ibegin at 11:3:0, at
which time lth , istomary Easter sac
rament of IIh l'rid's supper will be
administered. 11:ltdren will be hap
tized and apliti". :ns for membership
into the chullt ., h ill be received.
All paretil dI tiring their children
to be baptiz.e this time are asked
( tobring th, l:, this service. An
Easter pro I.i n ill be rendered in
WORK BEGINS ON STATE
DEAF A!I DUMB SCHOOL
H-lelena. .\;. 15.-Work, it is an
nounced, is,, o, in soon on the new
state school ' Ihe deaf, dumb and
blind at It.' :r. The cost is esti
mated at -_ , to $30,000.
SAY YTlt "i IT IN BULLETIN
$100 reward will.be paid to.any
one proving we do not put in the
nest mainspring for $1. Mayer, 37
North Main street.-Adv.
Miss Anna Lynch, teachir at the
Emerson school, who has been criti
cally ill with pneumonia, is recover
ing. Her three sisters, Miss Jttlia
Lynch, teacher of penmanship at the
lutte high school; Miss Loretta
Lynch, teacher at the McKinley
school, and Miss Veronica Lynch,
teacher at the Lincoln school, are
teaching again aftelr an enforced va
cation of several we.ks, due to sc
vtre colds. Miss Anna and her three
sisters join in grateful and hearty
thanks to their countless Iriends who
favored them with flowers and l t
tention during their illness.
When you are over-worked, feel
listless or languid, or when you
can't sleep or eat, better take Hlol
lister's Riocky Mountain tea. Livenus
you up, purifies the blood, soothes
anld regulates the stomachlt, makes
you eat and sleep. A real spring
medicine. 35c, tea or tahbets.
JBecatuse, according to her cotm
plaint, her hus.band kicked heir,
choked her, slalpped hte' and abused
her in other manners, IRachel May
Shea has brought dliv\orcte proceed
ings against John Thomas Shna.
According to a complaint signed
by the county attorney Mrs. Mary
Tallon has deserted her husband and
four children in order that she may
live with John D)oe Schultz, a Mexi
can. Schultz and the womllani1 ao
charged with vagrancy.
You must clean the stomach and
Ibowels, purify the blood each spring,
or you will leave winter's germs and
imlnprities in your blood and system.
D)rive them away, clean out the stom
ach and bowels- take Hollister's
Rocky Mountain tea. A spring
cleanser, purilier; 35c, tea or tablets.
Tom Kelly. former chief auditor,
has returnod to his hoime in Butte
after spending several months in
France with the American expedition
ary force. He was mustered out at
Cheyenne, Wyo., a few (lays ago.
At the city library yesterday was
received a steel engra'ving portrait of
the late Charles X Larabie. principal
donor and founder of the institIl ion.
It was hung on a wall of the tilaitn
room, niPr the entrance.
Boosters No. 2 meets every
Wednesday night at Socialist hall,
This booklet advocates the enact
ment in America of legislation
similar to the all-Russian law, which
empowers soldiers and workmen to
use idle natural resources without
charge. Twenty-five cents.
American Free Land Society,
The Public Library I
City departments and city officials
have received mluch adverse criticism
the last few years. They have merit
ed all they got. But the one branch
of the public service in Butte which
has met only commendation--and de
served commendation-is the public
library on Broadway and Dakota.
From the big engineer in the base
ment to the flag that flies from the
tower the city library is---well, satis
factory, eminently satisfactory.
The staff of assistants is uniform
ly courteous, capable and helpful to
all patrons. The chief librarian, Miss
Ruth Sultzer. has administered her
responsibility since ,Miss Nichols
went to the service of her country
in France, with tact and capacity.
She has been a success. She has kept
the library service up to the high
standard of excellence mapped out
by John Davies and by Miss Nichols
There is, apparently, no attempt
in the Butte library to bar out cer
tain books and periodicals because
their teaching shows a trend toward
progress-what is sometimnes known
as radicalism. All social theories,
radical as well as reactionary, are
given an equal chance, impartially.
Apparently the library board and
the librarian are equal to their jobs.
They know what their duties are.
They are there to serve all the pub
lic--not merely a portion of it.
The present head of the public
library is not by any means a rad
ical; but neither is she it scissorbill.
She is not a radical: Ibut she does not
hate all radicals. She is. in fact, a
tolerant, broad-minded, capable wom
an with long experience in library
work, and possessing a marked tal
ent for administration. There could
not be found in Butte a more satis
factory chief of the Butte public li
brary than Miss Ruth Sultzer. By
all means she ought to be retained
in charge till Miss Gertrude Nichols
returns front the Rd ('Cross service
50,0 0 WANTE 1
Men Can Select the Branch
of Service They Desire;
Are Assured of Early
Sergeant Herrmann of the local re
cruiting station of the United btales
army today received a call for speedy
enlistment of all men who desire
overseas service. Fifty thousand men
are wanted at once for the American
!xpeditionary forces and they can be
assured of sailing at an early date.
In addition the men will be ,al
lowed to select the branch of service
they prefer, only a few branches be
ing restricted. The men will be en
listed for three years without being
required to serve four years in re
serve as was the case in the old regu
lar army before the war.
John lloyd of Boyd yesterday
signed uil for three years in the in
fantry. lie was one of the last men
drafted, being sent to Camp Lewis
Sept. 3, 1918, and was discharged
from the Forty-fourth company, Onet
iiundred Sixty-six depot brigade. I1ev.
5. He declares that his short ac
quaintance with the army convinced
him that it was a pretty good place
and in addition he was anxious to
travel. His wish will be gratified,
and he will be sent to join an infan
try regiment with the American;l x
Sn--. -. - ------------- -
By EDUNI) VANCE COOK.
Government requests that all citi
zens desist from the use of nick
names, such as "Wop," or "Mickey,"
"Dago," "Guinea," and so forth.
Recent Associatesd Press dispatch.
I mustn't call you "Mliky" and you
mustn't call me "wop,"
For Uncle Samnmy says it's wrong
and hints we ought to stop;
But don't you fret, there's still one
name that I'm allowed to
So when I disagree with you I'll call
you bol-she-vik! veek! veek!
It's a scream and it's a shriek;
It's a rapid fire response to any
heresy you squeak.
A little while ago, at any time I might
I didn't like your theories, I called
you "pro" and "German;"
But times are changed and appella
tions quickly grow antique,
So now I have a better name: I call
you "bolshevik!" bolshevik!
Your brains have sprung a leak!
Your new ideas are redolent of Rus
sia's crazy clique.
No, I mustn't call you "nigger," and
I mustn't call you "ninny;"
It's plainly impolite to dub you
"dago," "wop" and "guinea,"
But whenever I perceive your mental
mixtures growing weak
I joyfully arise and proclaim you
bolshevik! bolshevik! veek!
It's a classical critique;
It says more in a word than you can
answer in a week.
You believe in votes for women?
Yah! the bolsheviki do.
And shorter hours? And land re
forms? They're bolshevistic,
"The recall," and other things like
that are dangerous to seek;
Don't tell me you believe 'etn or I'll
call you you bolshevik! bol
shevik! veek! veek!.
A reformer is a freak!
But here's a name to stop him, for
it's like a lightning streak.
"B" stands for bolshevism and the
reason that it stings
Is because the bolsheviki do some
stupid, wicked things;
And so it's plain your mental marches
run at left oblique,
If I can hang a tag on you and call
you bolshevik! bolshevik!
It's a bingle on the beak!
I mustn't call you names, so I shall
call you bolshevik!
FOUR WEEKS' PART
Less than four weeks ago George
Smuck and Frank Kelly entered into
a partnership for the purpose of sell
ing soft drinks, but according to a
complaint filed in the district court
yesterday, Kelly has already violated
the agreements. Smuck alleges that
Kelly has appropriated more than his
share of the company funds and has
refused to return them to the ac
count of the firm. The plaintiff is
seeking a decree of dissolution and
an order of the court authorizing
appointment of a receiver in order
that the property may be sold at
Bulletin Boosters should patronize
for Less on
Easiest of Terms
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN.
Dr. C. W. Payne
First class work at reasonable
prices. Open evenings, 6 to 8
o'clock; Sunldays by appoint
315 I'hoenix Bldg.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN.
We Are Feeding--
A Large Number of Butte
Because we are giving them
the best of everything the mar
ket affords. Unexcelled serv
ice at the lowest possible price.
Once our customer, always
Clean, Pleasant Roomn in
17 S. MAIN ST.
SAM and JOHN KENOIJFEL
SAY YOU SA\ IT IT IN BULLETIN
Walk a Block and
SAVE A DOLLAR
Trading at the
Harrison and Harvard
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN
Expert Watch Repairing
Watch Cleaning, $1.50
Mainsprings - -$1.00
BIotli G(aranteed for One
People's Theater Bldg.
40 E. PARK ST.
We Serve the Best on the Market
at Popular Prices.
69 E. PARK ST.
Special for One Week
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826( North Wyoming
LEE CASH GROCERY
Staple andl Fancy Groceries,
2302 OTTAWA STREET