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Speakers: J. H. Fisher, A. S. Embree, W. F. Dunn, B. K. Wheeler
At 7:30 p. m. Free Press Band Concert
Speakers: J.H. Fisher, A. S. Embree, W. F.Dunn, B. K. Wheeler
This meeting is for one purpose only-to raise the sum of five thousand dollars to continue the publication of
the Butte Daily Bulletin. The Speakers at this meeting will speak on one subject-support of the Daily Bulletin.
The question whether or not the Daily Bulletin will continue to publish
after July 30 will be decided at this meeting.
If there are enough people in Butte who think the Bulletin should continue-they are invited to come to the BALL
PARK, JULY 20.
FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS MUST BE RAISED AT THIS MEETING. If the people of Butte are not
sufficiently interested in maintaining a Free Press to come and donate the sum of Five Thousand Dollars, it will be
impossible to continue publication after July 30.
Every Man and Woman, Every Wage Earner, Every Citizen, who feels that the Daily Bulletin has been of benefit
to them as individuals or has been a factor for the good of the community, is invited to attend this meeting and
make a substantial answer to the question of whether or not the Daily Bulletin shall continue in the struggle.
THE BULLETIN STAFF