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Page Eight. T~ E BUTTE DAILy BULLETIN Thursday, August 21, 9i19.
S IESS MI MEMBERS TIN FINNISH ONIG
I ndustrial Bring Your HALL
SPE C '.'A. ,LB nionNo.800 CARDS ONLY S T ONIG
_ _,__ WYOMING STREET ! ,
i The Home of Good Hardware j
a Mechanics' Fine Tools
: Paints - Window Glass $
: Plumbinq and Electrical g
0 Phone 956-221 E. Park
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TWO BIG PIANO
A Splendid Practice Piano.
Good es New.
HOWARD MUSIC CO.
213 No. Mltil St.
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Clean, Pleasant, Cool.
17 S. MAIN.
Is feeding more people than
anly cafe in Butte. The reason
-better food for less IllOnVy.
We cater to the working people.
Rooms in connection
None ellter in the city
$3.50 and up.
SAM & JOHN KENOFFEL
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Jacques Drug Co.
Phone 999. 1957 HIa.rrison A.ve.
Night Bell for Prescriptions
Agency Webster's Beome Remedies
Drugs, Chemicals, Toilet Articles,
Patent Medicines, Cigars
lastman Kodnks and n"tuppites
Developing and Printing
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It's no use trying to shave with
a dull razor. I will sharpen your
razor right for 50tc. Try it before
108 EAST G.1:ANITE': S'I'IIEET
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81; E. PARK ST.
I '.AllimL + I"lOl MEN
inue Suits to Order.
Extra fine line of uncalled
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THOMAS E. JOYCE
PIANO TUNER A\)D IEPAIRlifi
HIeadquarters, Ilunt Piano Co.
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THE FAMOUS CAFE ]
124!/2 E. Park St.
First-Class Meals at Reason
able prices. Open Day and
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DR. L. V. MORAN
Optometrist and Optician
Try my $5 glasses. Guaranteed
or money refunded.
1i4)om 104 Pennsylvania Block.
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316 East Park, Anaconda.
Pool, ice cream, soft drinks of all
kinds, good assortment of cigars,
cigarettes, tobacco and candy.
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100 prs. uncalled-for "DIGGERS."
Come get them and save money.
Best of Repairing Done.
McMANUS SHOE SHOP
No. 5 S. WYOMING.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN.
A Place for Ladies and Gentlemen
OPEN AT ALL HOURS.
3O WEST SBOADWAY
Advocate Continuance of
Present Rates With a
Guarantee of Standard
W.K i .gt, . . g. 21. -( ,'ontins
li n ll of the tl *'1 I rl l lr d c ll'
n l t git)V uilell 5i -.I u i l' lilt, of ai
, talllard l lreturn until condiins ;tI'
aguin ilormi l], wn.. advo)ated befor'
I tI 1101i' il l il0 e 1i lie uOlt l' ' ('oi -
S lnlil( l.as i n1' llly wily Of p VI ' llil
dit sa 1ter1 t io lh ail ine.n by ('thair
i Un (11y101 1''-1 111f h assIIIoniio '
1'0ll1t ilY i S f illilll li'i li I I hIi
MOtfilr f1otiltYea of slid exec tivt i
prloS1 ills M 11 rl 0itti ll il i f laederi I
liri puffl liull botard to ]ilve i g 'll
trt oversighil of ( li railroad prob
i'n ll n the public', interest, vesting
111 t 01 8Yi(,'; ,lt` (!I(e lnlel lc ( (118.lllih
1i i( t p 1i'llr te lii. -ni n1 l lO \11p,111
iil l ' t ,dit e li tl from11 (' ( g011 111lit'
1the 111 ev('1101I rate orlldered by I ll(e
il') I l itilttsli. .shall provide rve, l lu(i
Si 'ffi-i .tll 1 11 pi ty w lg S . anlld 1her' (x
I11,111 of ope1.falliolnl wilh a fair rC-
Illrl n v11 u111 111o t )lptertity .llcr d
ii public scre ime i d con:lolidation
iof thel exi ing linos illt stronl g toll
iell ti1ve sy1 ,ilels.
11 "Ill itg l i lg the tale' s i le COll-
Sisia'll w'ould aI I( withill the bolard'
[tr llt time ' r iri lluedie( ' for the i lil
1o1 d X1 peo il a, tl ( 1 fail' 1't'I11l t l l11l
t1110 vl t tle . f its pr)op rl' ies 111(a 11111m i -
Lill rl ''edit llfl'iciS ' ll o . li u 11e \w
capital Iiece:esary for the expansion
of facilities. It will Illin g, Allr. C'ay
].lr ,aid, Ile railroads fromt $70(;,- t
000).00 to $) 1,;100(0,. i)0, 00 of ]sew
ciliti-., to nvoel 111e growth of popu
hltion and i dustry.
The propP.! e )Ul'ued Wolld also
have nil horny Ill t iis.-ribut, traffic
a 'le l 11 0 ,(s 2, t' o r e l ie v e e O l lg e s t ionT 1
Oi1 c(el ill lils, I0 ) (r quire th1 use t
Of joint l0rillilHils Wllell Iw l h ie pub
lic inimeips Plnd ill tilaOS of llttion 1i
m l 'ergone y in consolidate all line:,
into a l ifirid Sysstell. It also Was
i7n' the consolidat ion n' e tXLrittlih1g
line-a ii,,to string ( Ompetitive sys-l
Jal1, W1Vwil c'lnlsidere. d 10 he ill the
'I'll, issoli itlll 1 eo0 ( ll 'lllen de , Air.
(' u ly r .aicsd. the exe'lsive national
mit . rul of issuer se..mari' io:: tod 11h
in.4110' of 1 \ Capiilt. Thw federal2)
-orlp ritiall "of illi[o'I'I ea. fiel'; WaS
OF WOOLEN MARK[ETS
The War God's Ugly Face
Still Reflected in the Mir
ror of the Tailoring Situa
17 \,V 'sl lai'Ik 51.11. 4,('i l 4 t l 0lo 10r,'
fo i .ll 1 woo141 It 1lor of NoIw 'ork,
(Chi'cago 1.4n t141 i" I co. T i.'
gon1i, lit ~l n. MAr. l'is1 l -1.;yS. watchi
t1 ,' nut rtl'h t very v lo:4'ly1 and ar4 in
It p o itiOi ln to lll li 11 1 1 \ 'l1ry i lll o !l i,'
report, iand 4 11 tir comtbi) ittl t14 1 'ice is
iory iltlportalit to e\.'l. hl wr or
1 114 ( 11 14$ 111 4 ih is 1(41.14 j-11
1wo1 ll c4 lolh4 es4 1I is 'ii l.ter ,lit1tliI
l1144y t ((ill1n 111 o) ' lifr ' 1'44 145 11t l 41
ol 14 1 11.1.in it' . '1 1,:., 0l,, i
rI Ii -' ot( ltO1 ly hol(lit ', 1 ear ago( 41,1
Whelli prl1 itc1s o IlWe li i 4 tl', ill' ;. 11
ierc1hant (tlori n noA w i, o'nly adding1
the ustili profit, ,aniti a.ssing ltho.,
ilot, l (111110 1 10 4to ,1(, 1 111
i4 4 1144 1411111 hii th 4 t11 4 ili4 1 , 11i 1
t l i ll.r \vot: Js, ol'tlt, i i l \ ;i
I4 ntl'44nt's. , 4 WOl4 sted l ill l ] 41 I I twee144
ust col14 44l 1 tl4 ll'tllfriom 1the for i l n
Il 4 t s 1411. 11 , 1\s t tll 1 -' i 4 4111.1 o
\Vr· 1\ then! present ool en stocks
40, OXi. t i!ed it ' IWO '4 he 1 e a estion
of ipriicnes, h i t 110II4 1 11' o4f ll"loo .
Ti ' l 1l Who Wi DI ion 4 W l1' all 44'Y:ol
tleX 41W :41 ll 111% p I c' i, t atld bl!y
1.. W', iT llt il4s 11i o W o r 1 l'lee :lils,
4tlOll 110 US11 i lla y bl y i 1'4 i -( ithol
y1on1 's sutl4v4 while thae pr(i es :110
<till witlhin reach.
The ne:" fill fashion plates show\
4a mot pleat( ing (tssort nt11t I s1 ) miles
anti de,:ig .s to s;,it very l,tslte.
1(il't ( e0 ft14 sI oV4t'er pattern10- 111
I014 4OOl----l lT.I 1"4 l1 a or li44 14 :ill
WOO1 1rltn 1 411e litl0 '4011 ' now 4l4 t
4away in your clos1it will p-l 1i fot' i -
self. 1. cO mpil red ilh fileh illlros,'d
prices that Hn, nlOW en1 the W;1.
M11 r. l'i0sot's advice4 , ( buy all
ithe all-wool cl'othes ton can, 1 1 411h
you can. It's mltoney ill the hank.
The Big .1 Tailor is 'er julbilant
1 'l 1 he newI s frot' his buyers(14, (tl'.t
ll44y h4ve4 sueIeeded i n g.1(ting,, to
glther 4 evir1al thousand Yards of all
wo'slted and silk mnixted suitingk
Shih i i has had (ordered for 1 over a
veal', lun from these woolens, t1o
gether with wh11a ht. 41ts on hand.
he says. "w'e can take nice care of
o1)r 4lstorn4ers a 1nd sav"- them4 from1
1 tl to t .ll oil e( chll stillt."
TiLe Big 4 has made clothes ill
Butte for In arl a quarter of a cen
tury. and therle is perhaps no othel
tailor bleter knowln ill Montana. and
the northihrst. llr. Pissot also hint:'
that he may again give some atten
tion to ladies tailoring this season.
Paris.--The famous Eighlein Ca
sino is threatened ny the bill now be
fore parliamenit pr'ohibiting gaming
establishmientls within a1 r.adius of 60
miles of Paris.
Thei followving' .1juions so a
I 'e t1I1I ctt ton~i, dloial ing; 11111
t't, of levying a n tiicirtlhl3· assess
na'Il.11) supp :Inl the Bute Dailyccl~
I :aIbtII(( 01(l 'III, WIolt'1 CIM,
Innctljcdi \~iltS, (i5, 1110111li
13. 'h,"attrieatI Stag II(I11 .es
I'iot~i lliti rs' union.c1··
sandrt ('i,iulcec ('trtl Miners,~s
i OUFNDED BAfNDIT
SOther Victims of Shooting,
Are on Way to Recovery.
Bandit Maintains Sneer
,\'ith the exceptiou of \Villihnc
W hil e. tilh wolll-ded ha Idlit, all ofI
L\ite cy naties shot during i he: holduti i '
of th'' lo-l ilte o house 11, 8 tl s ondiy'
nighti are riepolrted to be in I fair
Iw y tI o recover1, rli t: d l' illg to I Iipor
fro t .St. Anl 's hospital. :\naconda.
hil .1, l8 o va1-s shot t lr1' tii(t s 8
IIby o of his aaili'iplted vict ims, iis
believed to l t e Ipartially 1tlt itr zlc'd
tfill ll '' ly h i O 11111 11,-11) il I t Il lO
It 1 li. n1 1ry to li'h spinal cI lumnl'l8
1aused by one 1f (1 pu111ree 1Unlos
\thic(h lrIIc. hi 1nt
I )e;:p1ite his e1 vide1 s ffe111 ri]
While maintiains a sno ('ring altitudh,
'11orl s 'r1 (11 th1 e h )lpIlta 1 state.
(C'harl,'s (rons. propl'ietor of thi,
FrOll8 o lltL 11. who 11 11 (-1 1 t 1 IONtl 8 1 1 -I'
i ritlly wounde11 d (of llhe h1n1d0 it' ( 1Vi0
t.i'us, is reported to be locovertil g,
despitc' Ihe l 1r tll lIha h remroval of
1 f. ' t of his inthstinc. wa:s ln 1es1;
i tlled, fro18 the fact thal t his i tel
talt orgn;tl w rt riddled by t he i l]
Wt viltilIi Sl Ill lc' h111111. ti lrge 0.. 11t .
who teas shot through the should) r
ic aid 11 t. to 1 e s(I riousl. injured.
RN Irts frlit m An1111 a state. 1\ha
0hite 1a y1 ar ago applied to ('hief
of Police O' lri1 ;1 (71 i) the tt 1 n
Ia 11,r, .1. A. hIli ' y. , for a plosition
1s '1ec1ial ofl''ice v lln the .Anaoll in8d
polie force. At dhu timel, it is stated,
While ,xpreaiccd the belie' that his
service of seven years ill )n'er Lodge
prison, one teri' for horse stealing
and one [o'r forgery, Would prove of
great V llle to the city of .\lln.oudit
ill his efforts ,s it Ipolicenllt. ('hief
O'Brien, l, ow(,ver, failed t( trost in
the old adage of 'set " t thief to catch
a thief', ald decline": While's ser
TNS AN RIFLED
SHIPPED TO Bll F
i (,Spe ',il [ nitf'd Press W ire..)
t ('dlumi s. (.. Aug. 2l. One hlnln
dred tanl sl" of t ) .-llte I5"1)tpe mit d
(ih , "o rifles have bern shipped by the
arill' y reerve df'epol hel to r0,1: nn
S r I la ce r 1 , s, 1 ,i a n tl h io l 'd P' ' W i lh hl
1 the past week. it is lccatr'ed. Offi
''rs al the resi ie depot dle'lare that
I the tens' .\lexicai Situation had noth
ih.g to dio with the ,shipments and that
the order to trn,. l;fer the equipment
THIREE MASYE[ BANIiTS
I SpecCia l'nited Press Win '.i
Nadihl ill', T nln.. At!'. ' 1. I! r,
m tsked , Iandits lihld tip the L.nci
\ille-Nashlille tr'aiin )car e o'tliliihi:l
'arly loday. es 'sc p i lh p. it !ab,l,.
mail and exprl's pac1ckags.
O(ITH!HOT 1(' EIll, IiE.1rT.
Fred ,'lubucher. I . ill eu eployi. -
of tlhe \l in i t treet mairikl'et, lies iy
it lh;"tl hopit! l undergoing rli
ment l o1" it a bul bt t \" is
h -e/r'. qt'!erdinc c, i 1 'luhacher. ht l,
aind a friaend. 1\htwoc, id., ntity he ir
dsli.o,,. I ibelos,. w.\ F txanmining a
revoelver -, terday aft. mon, w en
it'' w vapon w s i c'tidetcl, lly dis
R. IO, U is the time to exchange
your fifty-dollar Liberty
Bonds for fifty dollars
i worth of stock in the
Butte Daily Bulletin. The
fight for liberty, democracy, and all those beautiful things
the statesmen have been mouthing about, has not been
won "over here," and if you are interested in aiding
in the fight, an investment in the FREE PRESS
is the most effective assistance you can render.
BIG REMODELING SALE
You Can Save From $10 to $15
Y(O II MEI\" IE'~ t. \-e . ia,,e ilso, nilIle a big. cult
oi a ll ,f r I'u is, 1 , I r. ery MIin :g !es.
The Fashion Tailoring Co.
M. MORRIS. 47 WEST PARK ST.
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If You Can't Come, Phone
If" .. -9-8-5 1'a st.u.izea
" 4ilr','S " I iut l , "
a McCARTH Y'S 'e"
cr' P 1 0111141
I'o $1.00 Today 3&3.
, _ 64 EAST BROADWAY
SANITARY GROCERY AND MEAT STORE.
F ". ii4 I v nI ,s I h t "'I u .li, M l rke " 1 t t ,na iI l4 l ve I1 , sell
s elelr, ll l. l \\v i l. !),- ,ul1,1 siclks -- ...-....-...-...$--6.6r
!,- 4II. .,leks 4- I' - l lis, I'les " , lt " I'idenl ' s!.pecial ln1 t
e44l 'lour1. Nor!II l;ll41i4l' s fi '"esi .'olne a I ,' et iin" .
111,' - .... ..................... ......................$7.45
S4g44 deliv er('eI'l 4 y1 \\wl 4i lI. c lit 4Iy i · Si. )l I.). -....01/2C
! - -l 4. nl , 4,1' fil(("-y I141(, l' l'.1 i'. innile l'ir ul i Mluf4 nltill '
I'iil 'sl st:'eclect I I ,111 1 lll l t ell, lu lla, ', ' .....--------.. $6.50
iu nli l (;lu l" fi. l'l'ee, e.'It fr'lney (lquality on! r , F)-IlI.
\4 (lin 1m11 444ilk Iles' 411 (' 41 4, l I aII (' delivered
willi .111 rI'le', r _1 .------------------ -----... --$7.50
4t1r' l liveiies i 4l44 i yl \\'lN s " )l the rll."
SAY Y'..t SAV IT1 INT TIlK BUlLLETIN.
MRS. J1OSEll PRESSES
BUTTD; 1 tEs OPEN
(Special I'nited I' .- V ,! '
Honolulu, Aug. 21 - _\tl .. ,
lh' 1i Vyi, pl'sed the ut toi tlli';
orningi , op-ning theii n gaiie s to Plearl
liarbor dry do'ck. lulndreds of
whit-le ll w'i lns aInd .Japanese
witneisset d the Cer.nL'(llly thailt, ((c rld
ing to 1)u:nies, ithked h.-e opening
of it nie' e in thi e history of the is
'The svclietary in his chief address
dIluillg the eleOltlllios, sauid the docks
would he oltpen to mt::rchant ships as
well as :;hip:, of WHr. lie declared
hie expects io make Pearl H-[arbor one
of the world's gr'e test l1l'hine St.
WILL PILOT MONOPLANE
L d .\` ,h , Aug. 21.---lic t. W .
'. linl,,v l' Inmertl of lioze'ntan,
Mont.. will pil.o the world's only
triple-multl.red monoplane across the
Pacific, t iS .'innot nced hIere.
S lt'trall e It'l
I; l t,: . silver. .'.,g l l
iii, , .\ I itt ll t' t t lm lk es
$2 to $5 to ...........$15
Powell Jewelry Co.
I', 111\ I PlI 'EDI
1 12 NOIIRTH MAIN
1AY Y'il S V.\IT' 1T 1N TltIETIN
An automlobile party arriving yes
ti rdty over the Yellowstone trail, elln
,P!lo to the Montana pIarks aind
coast points, from Minot, N. I., were
i.t. Fisk and Mrs. F. E. lF'isk and
I!eoln and Doris Fisk, Georg 1.. and',
Airs. I1. 11. Valker and Eva Valler
and Iins 1-Hazel Svank.
(o to \Voody-l)oull I)Drug colll)ally
for all your drugs. Itemnenlher
\Woodvuff's H eadache Special and
H!omemllllautde Liver Pills, 29 South
n\rs. J. C. O'Neill of Divide, J. T.
Armitage and David Law of Wisdom.
0. C. Klein and L. Staple of Dillon
were guests yesterday.
Mrs. J. C. Meaders And Mrs. Kelly
and daughter visited from the B3itter
Root valley yesterday registering
from M issoula.
$100 reward will be paid to any
orne proving we do not put in the
best main spring for $1. Mayer, 37
North Main street.-Adv.
[Mr. and Mrs. T. A. .irotlwick and
Mrs . A. . McKeown and daughters
lere visiting yesterday from Divide.
Judge and Mrs. Henry C. Smith
alnd Sh1ermnan Smith were oveor flroml
the capital yesterday on a short visit.
Wayne Spielt of Sheridan was
among lthe Madison valley visitors
ill town yesterday.
Miss Gerry Vodin is xisiting
friendls in the city from Mussclshell
for a I'ew days.
Dr. C. M. Eddy, dentist, 204-20b
Pennsylvania block. Phone 4035-W
AMrs. W. C. Jennings and AMrs. A.
.1. Foss were Dillon visitors in town
Malt Orr anrd G. 'IT. Paul of Dillonr
sp.ent the day in thef city.
Washington Market. Ground bone
7 pounds for 25c.-Adv.
SOI,)Lt;IlS G;ET ('H.IITEIt.
The chartter fronm the national
hleaidquartlers of the A milcricain Legion
was received yesterday by the mu111
hers of Silver 1Bow Post No. 1, andt
was formally precrnted at the regu-i
lar mieeting of the post last night. I
A reception commlnittee was appoint
end to welcomne 'TIlhodoret Rl°o-s'o'vlt
Jr. Ion thoe ocasion of his fortiiceom-i
ing visit ton 'utte.
CIGAR MAKERS IN
Denver Threatened With Ci
gar Famine. Strike Will
Cripple the Large Com
Denver, Colo., Aug. 21.---The
strike of cigar makers in Denver,
last Saturday presented a situation
unique in the history of labor trou
bles in this country. The strikers
claim that there are fewer men whoI
have left their places than the em-I
Officials of the cigarmakers' un
ion made the statement that 325 of]
their members quit work Saturday,
while employers asserted that 500t
men had walked out.
Neither employers or employes
have asked the mediation of the
state labor commission to aid them
in the adjustment of their difficul
The walkout was effected without[
violence of any kind. Both sides as
sert that they will not recede from
Iheir position, and both sides are
expecting the strike to last for an i
The strikers at t he Solis, at the
Livingston, and at the Cuban Cigar
comllpanies, when they were paid off
Saturday, were presented with let
ters citing statistics presenting the
employers' side of the controversy.
Meanwhile the smokers of the cityv
are due to experience a cigar famnine,
it is said. The strike affects a largec
part of the cigar production of the
city. Several of the smaller fac
tories will conllilue to producoe ci
gars, but will be unable to supply
the demansl wh1en the present stocks
of retailers are exhausted.
Will Solis of tlie Solis Cigar coin
ISpan said Saturday that the produc
lion of i he lthlree large collpanies
will be crippled by the strike.
.1. \W. Sanford, secretary of Cigar
makers' union No. 120. said that
forelmon and a few olther employesi
did not take part in the strike. Sev
erail empnloyes remained at their work
Monlday to complete the packing of
cigars which were unpacked at tht!I
time the strike became effective.
COLOR LINE SAID TO
HAVE BEEN DRAViN
('omp!ainith as been nuade to T[Ie!
ilnilletin by a i llr'preseni ativ of thell
coloredtl race inll utte, that the color
line is being drawn by the govern
iiinen employlmentl office in the matll
ter of hiring men to fight forest
The Bulletin informant is a monl
ber of a well-known labor union. He
said: "This is the first tinle, to my
knowledge, that the color line has
beet drawn in Butte. The two races
have always worked harmoniously
together here, and I consider it an
outitge, entiirely ullnclled for', that.
the color line should he drawn by a
governmellnt agency, especially in so
impliortant a imatter as saving our
forests. Thie Illembers of thme colored
'ace in this communiitiy have always
been active in supporting the gov
ortmlllent, llind why ainyone in the eim
ploy of the governlment should be
the first to show Gtiscrimlination is
beyond miy comprelhenlsion, bit such
is the case. I intend to investigate
this matter further, and in the nmean
time the members of my race will
thank the Bulletin for giving this
Use Bulletin Want Ads.
The Shamrock Cafe
eNo. 9 North Arizona St.
= RE- OPENED TODAY
m NONE BUT WHITE HELP EMPLOYED.
SAY Yt ,SA\V lI.' IN 'HI , HII1 11 LTIN.
THE UNITED STATES GRAIN CORPORATION
is prepared to divert from its purchases, and
will sell Straight Wheat Flour in Carlots, in 140
pound Jute Sacks, at
$10.00 per bbl.
DELIVERED AT ANY POINT west of the Illinois
Indiana State Line and West of the Mississippi
River, but not in Pacific Coast territory.
For further particulars apply to
United States Grain Corporation
Frank L. Carey, 2nd Vice Pres.
MINNEAPOLIS, - - - MINNESOTA.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE -BULLETIN.
i mlIIIeHL m.ewe=
j Furniture Store
J Your Credit is
with all cash purchases
and first payment on time
purchases. Shiners, the
only furniture store that
gives stamps with pur
taken at par in exchange
FOR LESS ON
EASIEST OF TERMS.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN
GENUINE OLD TIME MALT
Still on Sale in Compliance with
FREE OF ALCOHOL
Dark 14 oz. can for 6 gal bev
erage ......................... .. $1.25
Light 14 oz. can for 6 gal. bev
Dark 8 oz. can for 7 gal bev
erage ........... .........$1.50
Delivered prepaid with 5c
Unequalled preparations for
making a sparkling, healthful
good old style drink at home.
Easy to mnake.
A I)OlI'I CRAF.
72(i So. Montana St. Butto
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8 The OLD RELIABLE Tr
CON LOWNEY. 1
809 N. Main.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN.
180 Walnut St. Phono 03393-W
Full line of groceries, vegetables,
fresh meats, fruits in season.
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The Park Barber Shop
"BILL, THE BARBER"
86 E. Park St.
Six Chairs. Quick Service.
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