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Spading Forks, Hoas,
Rakes and other tools
you will need for Lawn
Cotton and Rubber, in any
length, with connections
Paints and Varnishes
The Home'of GoodlHardware
Mechanics' Fine Tools
Plumbing and Electrical
Phone 956-221 E. Park
IAY YOU RAW IT IN BUIIJTIN
Poynter's Cash Store :
1854 HARRISON AVE.
Wholesale to Consumer.
PHONE 6 584-R.
Do you realize that by buying
yot r supplies each day In small
qutntities that your day's pay al
goes little more than half as far
as it would if you bought the 8S
whole week's supply at one
time? Call up Poynter's
6534-R,.and order your week's w
100 lb. granulated sugar (beet)
at ................................... $10.90 a
100 lb. granulated sugar
(cane) at .......................$11.00
17 bars White laundry soap H
for ........ ......................$1.00
Carnation milk, 48 tall cans,
Sego5 milk, 48 tall cans, $0.'23
Hebe, 48 tall cans......... 5.50
One dozen large cans Utah to
.:! dozen No. 2 cals Iowa
o't,;'a ................................. $ 1.80
"i. i..!r.s laundry soap .... .... $1.00
.,:l:,'tly Fresh tRanch Eggs,
dozen .................................. -15c
10 lbs. Cane Granulated Sugar
(with $10 order) ............$1.00
SAY YOUJ SAWV IT IN BULLETINI o
M'CARTHY, BRYANT & CO.
317 319 E. Park. Phone 1011.
5 lbs. 3. l . I1., lill Iir s. and y
Sllte house c ffehi ioday .$2.25
5-lb. can st rawbrry jam. $1.50
,; lb;. I ,x 'lo $6.25
ISh lb;. I uyoiis IIest flour l :7.i35
No. 5 Itboxes a;(, tlr c 'ersl ..731
2 rm; lunndry soti p ,ul 1 $.01 t'
Hlalf boases ,0d0 crud(:.r.; $1.25 1.
half boxes mixed cotkites .$1.15 e
'rosh eggs, doze.n .15e
2 lbs. Ilanchiard or \lMaid o'Clover t
butt er ... ....... .. . .. $ 1.25
JOHN J. MI'CARTHY,
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN I
JEAK TIEGNEY DIES
AF TER LINCERING ILLNESS
.1 ohln raucis Tierney, bet ter
,!.onll as Jack Tierney. a well
knoiwn machinist of Butte, died at
the family residence, 714 Eastl Mer
cury street, yesterday, after ; lin
The deceased was a residlent of
tlntte for the past 25 years anld was
well known to all the union lin in
tlutte, being ain empii!loye at the Spec
ulator mine for the past 10 years.
Ilr. Tiernely was 48 ye;ars of age
and was botrn in Piedmont. W. Va.
iHe was a memlber of te Wloodmeon
of the World and the 1lachinists'
He leaves to nmolurtn his Io s hIis
wife, one daughter, Laura, anid o+e
sort. Cornelius, who recently re
turned from mnilitary service, and
two brothers, Ed M. Tierney of Itmiw
lins. Wyo., and W. J. Tierney of
The funeral will take place to
morrow at the family residence. 714
East Mercury street, proceeding to
Sacred Heart church, where lmass
will be celebrated.
The mnanagement of the Crystal
cafe on East Park street har; on exhi
bition in the window two small
coyote puppies, which are attracting
a great deal of attention. The pup's
were captured near Silver Bow.
,,-'SAtY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN.
BOY SEES HIS PARENIS
GROWN IN OREGON RIVER
Mr. and Mrs. A. V. West,
Formerly of Butte, Vic
tims of Mishap While on
News of the death at Wendling.
Ore., on April 25, of \Ir. and Mrs.
A. V. West, formerly of Ilutte. has'
been brought to th, city by tMrs.
David Mitchell, :o09 Pine street. who
has returned, bringinlg with her Ihw
little son of tilhe ulnfortunatel couple)
Mir. and 1'rsa. West weore drowned
in Mill creek, ia .trca a near Wend
ling, while fishing. Their little son,
who saw hiis parents drowln, sprald
the news iof the mishap. The body
of Mr. \\est was recove'edl readily.
bullt considerable seallrch was ne
essa;iry tIef(ore the body of Mrs. We'si
Mrs. West wvas formerly Hazel
lMitchell, a 0native of \Vhitchall. In
1t515, .eht became thle bride of Dr.
'West, aI veteriinary surgeoni . The
ciouiplle spent Itie sumllmer in Yellow
stone pall and then removed to
E.ugeln, Ore., where they had re
sided with the exception of a few
Ioittths l;st year when Dr. WVest
was employed in the laboratory of
the Black Rock mine in Butte.
$100oo reward will be paid to any
one proving we do not put in the
nest mainspring for $1. Mayer, 37
North Main street.-Adv.
In Butilte fromll BIillings for the
wool-;'nd were 1). M. H-lyanllds,, J. I).
and .1. .1. Blurett, Leo Hunter, I. J.
Mlarlin, F. C. Hanley, T. M. Kehoe, V.
1.. Tthomas, Joseph A. Ilaulon, .1. ('.
t'l)oninll and : I. M1. La|iwrenice
Dull, lifeless eyes, colorless lips,
sallow, yellow chieeks give a girl lit
tle chanc' for a "lan'" these days.
D)on't lose heart, just take Hlollister's
I:oc:ky Moulntain Tea. Helpli:; to make
you attractive and fair. D)on't delay,
begin today.-- Ad\v.
Mrs. P. D. C irtis, who was oper
ated on recenltly at St. Jamines hospi
tal, luIs returnedl to her home, 319
South Idaho street.
('. i. Jorgoliin of Dillon and Mr.
iand r11rs. lr(.ed 1-ol lan of \VWjsdion
\were Sho't i. Lino alrrivals tact. night in
Itorni y(est erday morniing, to mtr.
noid Mrs. F. J. I)orhofer, 291i llnu
nibal stre-et, a nine-pounlld boy.
George Jibbal. is a retlrned soldier.
Hle makeb his living by selling the
Army and Navy .igar. The Bulletin
is pleased to relcolmmendit this brand
liand tus ihelp one of the boys from
over tIhere. Ashk for the Army and1l
Navy tibrn il thie nxt timell yllou buy
Mr. ;:ind \[rS. William Tribble were
I.,r la, ',venilg I ront the Galla tin
I 'valley andi nd r lin in town for ohe
Chancellor Edwin C. Elliott eanme
o\l"r fromI l -ileina last night and left
lon the evening train for Dillon.
Dorn to SIr. and Mrs. hlenry
Laughlin, 18:1w( Phillips avelne, Mtay I
11, a dauight(.
S. 11. Iennett and William ('o;n
grove Vwere over froml DI)or Lodge
You feel different the minute you
take it-a genltle, soothing warimth
fills the system. It's a pleasure to
take Hollister's Rocky Mountain tea.
Helps to purify the blood, drives out
the germis of winter, gets you bus
tling, bustling, full of life and en
ergy. :5c, tea or tablets.---Adv.
J. 1). Blulcahey of Deer Lodge at
tended the installation ceremonies
l.orn to Mr. and Mrs. Sanm Mc
Alpinm. 27,11 Pltier street, May 7, ait
i-orn to Mr. and Mrs. James Try
tIhlli, 211 8 Yew' streot, May 9, a son.
ttorn to Mr. and Mrs. Con Cootiha,
:2:21 West 1)aly sireet, Mai i, a son.
It. N. HIawkins was among the ar
rivals from the rapiital last night.
Iotorn to Ir, anod Mrs. Sam VIrenls
BMi:s Anna Warner is visiting hInr,
RETURNS FROUM WAK
TO ENTER LAW HERE
Clarence 1lanley, who recently re
turned from Camp Lewis where he
served for over a year in the Ninety
First division, has decided to take
up the practice of law in Butte,
where he will make his future home.
Mr. Ilanley graduated fromn the
college of law at the state university
in 1916 and had been engaged in
practicing his profession for a year
at Plentywood when he was called
into the service. He has opened
offices in rooms 71-72 Owsley block.
('hlOlIAL iFE( ITAL. TONIGIIT.
Under the direction of De Los:
Smith, inelubers of the Butte Music
club tonight will present their fis::t
attempt to foster an interest in civic
music. The concert, which promises
to be of unusual interest to music
lovers, will be held in the high school
auditorium, beginning at 8:15
ItURRS DON'T STICK.
Anna is suing George Burr for di
vorce. She alleges that he deserted
her in 1915 and has absented him
self ever since from her environ
moent, much to her chagrin and in
TALK OF EW PARTY
HEARD AT CAPITOL
Western Progressives Show
Much Discontent With I
Existing Political Organ- *
izations of Today. I
By L. C. MARTIN.
I 'nited Press Staff Correspondent!.
WVashington, May 12.-- 1 cch.t .: t
'ring the many poseibililties, of 1920,
Promlpt \Vashington polit icin.: ;1s e
lpaying c'onsid(lerable atlent1 I ito I
qIuestion being helid Ilmore lindi more '
frequently as the weeks go Io. It is N
his: Will there he a third party in
Loud cry.- of ' No" counopllalnieid by N
jeerl:, scolfing and other pitoi',essionat
imanilfestations of lidicitle hand dishb
lief immediately greet' Ihle qluestion- *
or who asks democratic or rIepublicant
party leaders the question. They t
Doint airily to the incident of thei
lull Moose party as though that a
closed the argtlellnt.
Signs are i ultilt lying, ilhowever,
that out where Ithe voters grow- -and
vote--theroe is consideral0 e diissatis
faction with bIot of ihe exist.ing po
litical parties, whliclh omine observers
thinl might crystallize unlder certain N
c.ircnumstitneis in the For(mation of a
new anild very powelfful party by ther
title 19 20 aIlrivts.
lMelil)bors of conlgress vwho hal\e Ie
contly traveIlled iioutsands of mlilies
through many s;tates report bhat. they N
have' found third party s;entiulllnllt ill
'. nutllllber of Iplaces. )One senator,
for inlstalnce, waes lmet in two widely
sCptIrtllal d olwesterin towns by dolce,
gations formed for the spelitfic pIur
piose or urging hitll to like the lead U
in formation of an1 i'Anerican lparty." IU
iTh,'se delegations; were mtde uIp of
tlelt of both plartit.es. The lreaIsoi-o U
they gave for wanting a third party
1. 'The y are oppioosed to the ltlOmu
rratic policy of kl.eeping tile United
titetS per' ianiently lixted ip i Itt I
roptl an aiffairs. .
2. They cli:hrge tite democratic
parly with gross tisiltantlagemoent ofa
public affairs, particularly with re
spelt to r;ailroads, telepllones and
telegraph and finances.
3. They fear republian cont t ol
Inder lodge-Pelllnrose-Smoot leader
ship meantss the illmmediate returnl of
4. They want to create a party
which will have aIs it sole aim the
Iolettrllent of Alleritt for Ameri
Olher sou'ecs from which thir li
pirtty talk hias been cotingl includeiIt
returned soldiers and private individ
itls in a number of states who have
written certain progre,,-sive erol'-rei" -
ilen! urging a t)realt fromll oll prt lly
loadter hip. The'se letllier are not yet
very nuimterous. 'l'hey conme tmostlty
from tho "Ithinkinlg west."
This embryonic lhird party; move
imen! has so far lould no sponisor in
congresf s and ay never" find one. It
ihs a number of influential friends
I!cre, however,' oile of whoni todLtay
ichloredl it. should not be confusedti
with Iolshevist i unrest or soeialist
propaganda. In fact a nunmber of
those letter writers who have urged
the step have solatel that neither of
Ihe two great partlie; seems to have
ny adtlequate program l' for colmbalt
ing bolshevismll in lhis country and
declared the only way to do it- -in
iho language of one of thenl---"is to
gi't. men in power in this country who
will attend to home affairs for Ithe
good of the American people, with
out thinking so much about reform
ing Europe on the one hand or aboutl
tinklering with the tarilt'i for partis; n i
ladvantage on the other."
MASS MEETINGS ARE
BROKEN UP IN INOIANA
(Speci:lal l'nited Press Vi ' )
Chictao. May 12. "Orga niz, t
mat.aclh and takeh what belon.gs toO
you," wa.';l the advice which was
given at ia ltaditel! mass melting
which the natiliona:l enitventio" i f the
I. WV. W\. staged l:~st night. The po
liet at Gary and ill.i Itull o d, Itr.,
(Sp q tiIa Un Ited Press It'to. s
rlance foit those .lnitoa SItlta. iThe
tIerokse p by (275 e olde ad a otlictils.
oThree (iciell Ml arcre stated at liry
stand the rt 3 disaplouotli fred. o
ANY L AMB AND DWYE
T ashinge on, May 12.this luring
Airil 303,17J dg Ien eI bas oid S iiol
France for the Unicuted States. Olgo
Lycthe ary would exceed o itos maxcrinull
asestimate of 10,001 a oonth for re-t
Iturning troops.e o Judges L
ALENDS TO JUDGES
The case coming upwas this umorning
Richard Ctushinge was Wilkinvacatedson. iJudge
iLynceh will clhear ino alimo.re criinal
lent his jury panel to nicJudges tongLamb
SRachel May Shea was thines mTorkrn-s'
hall, 101 South Idaho street.---Adv.
Washington Market. 18 W. Park
" PHONE 379
Central Market 323 N. Main
HARRY T.HQMPSON, Manager , Phone 662 I
i Fancy Steer Beef -COFFEES
SBE:EF STEW, per 1i The wholesale price is ad
Ib ....... I u vancing daily. Our prices
BEEF" SHOULDER 171C remain-the same.
BOIL, Ib... 12.... Hills Bros.' Red Can Efl
SFAMILY SEAK, 5c 1-lb. can
i b..-................. . M. J. B., 3-b. $135
PORK Schillings, 21/. $1,15
SHOULDER ROAST Ib tins oden ate, 2/2
Slb. Q30lC tolden Gate, 21- $115
PORK ST EAK, l .. tins ...... -- -
POIb.RK --- 35c White House, 1-lb. t
FANCY LEA F LARD..... tin _____................
FANCY LEAF LARD 35c Montana Maid, 1-lb.
-..ontana M.. d, " 1.----- lb. 40Uc
LARD Libby's Dill Pickles, 25C
No. 1 Pure Leaf Lard 3-1b. tins................
pailNo. Pure Leaf Lard 35 arm House Sour Pickles,
paNo.2 Pure Leaf Lard .0 quart jars, special 2
I pail-- - - -U jars-----------------
Lard, pail 2 dozen...............5..
No, 3 Pure Leaf
Lard , p ail ....... .. ,o °5 Strictly Fresh Eggs, 85
No. 10 Pure Leaf $140 2 dozen8
Lard, pail --- L-ea.$
Beef Dripping Lard 15c
Ib .............................t t e
SBACON, whole strip 45c Newcastle fancy Pfl,
lb....... . .5. Creamery Butte, lb.
Ground Bone, 7 Ibs. e25
for--------------..................... We are still giving to our
customers the lowest
I FFESH CRABS, OR prices in town on canneid "'t
each ..u._ fruits and vegetables.
This week's bi!l at Pantages is one
1' real entertaining value. The "'Panl"
ircliestra, lead by Lindsay Simons,
•pened the perflori.anee with a dte
Lightful rendition of "Stradella Over
Will Morris, the tittered cyeVlic:t,
,ulled some tcletver slnunts, but. not
nitil after he had tired his audience
with protracted horseplay.
The Victoria Pour proved to le a
mnale quar cite of real merit. They
iang in perfect hlurmony, one of their
best nulmbers becing the burlesque on
the "Sextette from Lucia."
Mario t)e Long. the t"baseball
bug," is the ihst numtber on the bill.
liss D)e Long's character impersona
ions arle peirfcetl, her imitation of a
jitcher in a ball game deliglfting all
In "Bits of Rhyme and Rythmn,"
treve ns anid Lovejoy delighted the
udience with a novelty pleasing to
otlh eye and ear.
Harris and Manion present a dia
ogue between a rural uncle and city
nephew, after having attended the
spera together. The character of the
ald rustic is particularly well per
The musical comedy, "Sonime
Baby," is cleverly presented, the title
being well cthosen. The "beauty
horusls" is rather unulllsual-possess
intg both beauity and voice. The ab
scnce of "low-bhrow" comedy is re
AT T'HlE IlIAILTO.
"The Iorl:'ing Road," with Wal
l:i:e itrid anld 'l'heotlore Robelrts. is
all that the iitle implies. The plot is
iather poorly Contru1.41ctd. having
two clillnaxe bet veen wvlich i the in
trest lags Just a little. hidt tlie clhar
acters (ptir!ieularly th:at of the her
oine's faithr, also iih hero(-'s 'nti
ployer, playcl( by Theodore RIobcri.s)
are 'xtcllh il. Wallace Reid also
scores a hit as "Toodles," the yI'outh
ful auto Salosmlall, \who;e amltl0ion,
The Talk of the Town
Our ALL WHITE ENAMEL Bakery
i I:, pen fiJI Ip1 ublie in,.pection. \' hve oha e one
I1i, \\ !ite IInmel \Windo\w-v'iew Ovens inislalled at
117 East Park Street
We owill lurn o01t hl hbread and rlls every hou'r
Iakeil i the most sanitary Wv.y. Our bulkery i. ce
Iall. luated for people living on the sI c utlh side and
'+I 11s' lMle. PIeople living o n the south side cmi come
lwi Euast Park sleet alter doing their slhlaing. slop
I.v a,,Id get their hot bread or rolls for dilner. ,la l eatch
their e' cai hine at Park aund Arizona sleels.
USE OUR FAMOUS SET BREAD AND ROLLS
THE SANITARY BASED
117 EAST PARK STREET
ext to becoming his boss' son-in-law, 9
s to drive one of his racing cars. The ,
ace between auto and train near the a
'nd of the picture has the usual num- a
or of thrills, hairbreadth cronings,
t c. p
'This picture, though hardly a con- I
ribution to the great screen classics. o
S a good aniuser. II
In addition to this one is shown a li
icture of the heroic General Haller 11
nd his gang of Polish parasites leav- t
eg France to fight the Bolsheviki.
• must bring joy to the hearts of all J
iroletarians to know that these noble l
tourgeois souls are going to offer e
heir lives, that the Russians mauy I;
igain wear their chains. p
Funny we never see any films of t
lay day demonstrations of the
'rench workers, or their protests r
gauinst intervention in Russia, isn.t c
t? Think it over. f
]ANIEL HBARINCION BIES "
WIFE AND CIHIOIDEN LEF
Daniel D. ilarrington, age 38
rears, died at the family residence, I
l5 West \Voolman street, early this
torning. He was a miner, married,
ative of County Cork, Ireland, and
s survived by a wife and three chil
Iren, Joseph, 13ernard and Loretta
LTarrington. Ilis father and mother
reside in Ireland, also two'brothers,
Xlichael and Jerry, and one sister,
\Irs. darrington. Two brothers,
Rlorry and John, live in Butte.
knother Ifrother, Timothy, and two
isiters, Mary and Maggie, live in
loston. Mrs. Julia D. Riley of Butte
4 a sister-in-law of the deceased.
The funeral will take place
Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock at
he family residence. 45 West Wool
nan, proceeding to St. Mary's church
:here mass will be celfbrated at
9:30 o'clock. Interment in the Holy
A Bulletin reader, a Bulletin
nHush, little barroo:a, don't you cry,
ou'll be a drug store bye and bye,"
(By United Press.) •
Washington, May 12.-Take it
ruom the chief chemist of the bureau
if internal revenue, there'll be no
inister meaning in the above couplet
vhen the prohibition laws become
ffective July 1.
The boys who hope to find sur
e;ase from sorrow at the demise of
[ohn lBarleycorn "by inbibing in a
'Sure Cure for Malaria," or "Blanks'
tomach bitters highball" are doom
:d to disappointment.
To be sure, such preparations will
)e sold. Likewise they will carry
1 "kick." But the jolt will be fol
owed by a morning-after effect comn
iared to which return to conscious
tess from a three-day champagne
'ovel will seem like recovery from
wver-indulgence in malted milk.
F'or the revenue bureau is going
o see that alcoholic medicines con
ain enough medicine. In each fluid
once of medicine containing alcohol
is one of its basic properties, there
nust be an "average dose of one or
nore compatible drugs of recog
tized therapeutic value."
Medicines whliich do not meet this
est are classed as "booze." Their
uanufacture and sale for "non
everage" purposes are forbidden.
)n the date prohibition becomes ef
ective the manufacture and sale of
uch so called medicines will be
With the revenue bureau forcing
lcoholic medicines to keep up their
tandard as medicine, those sincere
eekers of alcohol, ignorant of the
affect of "average dose of one or
lore compatible drugs," will learn
hat the word "compatible" in no
vay refers to the human system.
Dr. A. B. Adams, head of the
'evenue bureau's laboratory, says
here are manufactured and sold in
he United States 100,000 prepar
tions containing on an average of
rom 14 to 16 per cent alcohol.
fany have the same formula, but
ire sold under different names.
iome contain as high as 90 pe'r cent
lcohol. Among these Dr. Adams
nentioned "hot drops," a mixture of
)0 per cent alcohol and oil of pepper
nent. Two or three drops is a dose,
mnd little more is needed to obtain
Among seekers of alcohol in
Latent medicine, the bureau has on
'ecord one man who drank a two
ounce mixture of 6,0 per cent alco
ol and 30 per cent ether-and
ived. The third ingredient was not
nentioned-amnd might have been
he life saver.
During the last fiscal year ended
rune 30, 1,816 samples of non
oeverage alcohol and medicines were
xanmined by the internal revenue
aboratory. According to Adams,
irobably 25 per cent failed to meet
ihe -overnment standard.
The bureau is informed of the
nauulacture and sale of such medi
2ines principally through the field
orce of revenue agents. An agent
wiho hears of an unusual demand for
1 prescription will buy a bottle and
end it to the laboratory for analysis.
If it contains too much alcohol and
not enough drugs, the manufacturer
lears a few days later from the col
ectgr of internal revenue.
MOTHER BELIEVES RHER
SOLDIER SON MUROERED f
Los Angeles Woman Writes
to Ascertain Whereabouts
of Effects of Russell Poi
erera, Supposed Suicide.
Asserting her belief that her son,
Russell Poierera, was lured to the
spot on the flats where his decom
posed body was found two months s
ago and there was killed for the
purpose of robbery, Mrs. Nettie A
Crum, mother of the deceased man,
ias written to a local undertaking
firm for information as to the
whereabouts of the young man's
iffects which, she said, contained a
iumber of articles of value.
Poierera was a member of the
Pourteenth infantry on guard duty
In Butte last fall. In September he
jisappeared and was listed as a de
serter. About two months ago a
lecomposed body, later identified
is that of Poierera, was found by
some boys at play. An empty flask
which had contained whisky and a
revolvelr withli an empty shell in the
zhamber were found beside the body.
Baby European Monarchy.
Lichtenstein once bought a cannon
for saluting purposes, it Is said, and
couldn't use it because even when
backed up to the Austrian frontier the
shot fell into Switzerland and the gun
icked over Into Austria. This prln
clpalIty comprises 60 square miles of
Alpine scenery, and after immemorial
contentment under a succession of
rulers, the population of 10,000 nbw de
mnds a republic. Lichtenstein re
malned neutral throughout the war.
The revolt is interesting because at
present the ruling prince Collects noth-I.
ing from his subjects, and practically
pays all the expenses of government
and the maintenance of public utllltiUes,
InCluding the churches.
Benny-Father, I often read about
poor, but honest people. Why don't
they sometimes say rich but honest?
'ather-lt would be useless, my son;
nobody would believe it.
for. L. .,s o
This is tihe best place in town
for you to trade. The LARG
EST STOCK and the LOWEST
A Square Real
I Appreciate Your Trade
Palace Clothing and
65-56 EAST PARK ST.
lAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETTI.
314. North Main; $.
Cigars, Tobaccos and
FINE LINE OF LUNCH GOODS
Soft Drinks and t
Give me a call and you will
Ai YiOU SAW IT IN BUL TETI
McManus Shoe Shop
5 SOUTH WYOMING
lAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETI]
Jacques Drug Co.
Phone 999. 1957 Harrison Ave.
Night Bell for Prescriptions
Agency Webster's Home Remedies
Drugs, Chemicals, Toilet Articles.
Patent Medicines, Clgagr
Eastman Kodaks and Supplieq
Developing and Printing
IAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN.
Shoes, Clollthing, Jewelry,
(Cutley. Suit Cases, Hats
Save Money by
F. J. EARLY
717-719 E. FRONT1 ST.
lAY YOU SAW lT IN BULLET'lIN
"e Serve the Best on the Market
at Popular Prices.
69 E. PARK ST.
IAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN
112 W. PARK .TiRES'
•.1Y YOU SAW IT IN UL01 N
George D. Tools, former citi
attorney has resumed the geq
,eral practice of aw, with off
lices at 401-2 Daly Bank Bldg.,