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i g l.. .$ .... I. 25 t
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Automobile Accessories. f
Mechanics' Fine Tools.
Paints, Window Glass.
Plumbing and Electrical
Phone 956. 221 E. Park.
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FRED P. YOUNG
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JEW\VELiI ANI) .ENGIAVEIR
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TAIlORS FOR ) MEN
Fine Suits to Order.
Extra fine line of uncalled
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PIANO TUNI,;I AND REPAIRER t
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4HE FAMOUS CAFE
1241/. E. Park St.
First-Class Mlenls at Reason
able prices. Open Day and
PIIO NI. 1048-J.
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316 East Park, Anaconda,
Pool, ice cream, soft drinks of all
kinds, good assortment of cigars,
cigarettes, tobacco and candy.
DR. L. V. MORAN
Optometrist and Optician
Try my $5 glasses. Guaranteed
or money refunded. ul
Room 11 Penn.sylvania rIlock.
Open 0 a. In. to 6i p. m. to 8:31)M. ,
PUBLIC MARKET i
STALL NO. 13
Daily shipumntIs of ,itter Root
products. Try our cooking ap- tl
ples-Transcendant Crabs and ti
WILLIAM HUlEIR, Agents.
Stall No. 42
All kinds of fresh produce
right from the farm. We a
c.an furnish you the farm- It
er's name if you want it. I
No commission house
produce carried by us.
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
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stranger walked into the confection- 1
ery store on Harrison -avenue op- 1
posite the bank and left his suitcase I
there. A few minutes before noon
the man returned and after waiting
a few minutes called up telephone
No. 200 and ordered a taxicab dis
patched to the store at once. Then,
taking the suitcase with him, the
man walked across the street and
was seen by one of the store attend-t
ants to enter the real estate office
of the bank. A short while after the c
robbery, the police learned, a man t
answering the description of the rob- ii
ber was seen in a Dodge car speeding
south a few blocks from the bank.
A car containing Sheriff O'RHourke
and it numbnler of his deputies ium
miediately slarted in pursuit of fite i
Dodge car, which last was reported i
as traveling at terrific speled be- It
tween Jefferson Island and Thre- i
Forks. Sheriff O' Rourke reported c"
in by phone from the Nineteen-Mile 1
house that the car thought to con
tain the bandit had passed there at.it
high speed without stopping.
A careful examination of the in
terior of Ihe bank enclosure by ti
Finger Print Expert Williams
brought to light well-defined prints a
of the bandit ,oni the vault door and u
oi tlie castls drawer. Exact classi
fications of the man's finger prints fi
lhive been obtained and, it is be- n
lieved, will assist in his capture.
Telt",graph ie and telephonic r'- n
ports of the robbery have been sent
to the county and city authorities at it
Bozeman, Virginia City, and other tl
cities throughout the state. De- a
scriiptions of the man were given in
each instance. V
The descuription of the bandit de
scribe:l himi as being of about 15i o
to 160 pollunds, five feet 10 incthe p
tal1. Smnooth shaven, drawn face. H
about :.5 years old. Hte wor', a dark a
grey suit, dark shirl, sqluar 'e-oed c
shoes, dark greetn fedora hat. At a
lhe tilme of the robbery he wore iao
pair of dark goggles in lieu of ;a r
mask and had a leather satclhel. I
STRIKE OF TACOMA ·
(Continued From Page One.)
at'ternoon paperis published in T- a
conia today. The men e have been or'
dered back lo work by their inter
natiollal officer''s and a meeting was
called Slunday evening at which time
the men will decide their future ac
I)EIMANI) AIIE JLE''STIFIED.
Seattle. Sept. S'. --- "Tile Taconlma
printers are abstolutely justified in
their stand," said Hugh C. Ross, see
retary of the Seattle Typographical 1
union, Saturday morning when in- C
formed of the priniters' strike ilt the it
nelghboring city. "Ttie only mistake
the Ta''oallla boys are nmaking is in a
oweringi thir demallnds to $8.25 ini
stead of holding out solidly for the
S9.25. As to their refusal to arbi- +
irate, it is liy opinion that arbi- i
iratiol hlos ceased to be ai virtue. The
griocer'y imlan does not arbitrate on Ii
the price of sugar alndl flotur, nlor does
the laiid!o'ird conciliate on the rent.
It is time for the international of .
ficel's to wake tilp anid rub the cobl
webis from their eyes. These are ti
til!les of stress andl the rank and file i
mult hiave wages sufficient to live,
oni, arbitration or no arbitr'ation."
ROME i WITHOU'T PAPERIS.
Rolle. Sept. S.--For seven weeks
now the ptrincipal Ronie newspaplor.
have failed to allppear, owinlg to the t
still unsettled printers' strike. The
general pllubli' is now left witlihout
iany iinforllatiin oln hi party lists in c
constituencies, except by reading the
lists inl 'I'le Avanti. thie socialist re
publian organi of cionstitutencies
\vherit socialists have iow tildecided to
vote a Jlaxilualist. progralnm.
BOTH MAY DIE
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the 1),tly piremiscs and haild re-lntoreii
tlhe house wlhen lie hIard a peculiar
moise in tle rear. Stelping on the
ack p!orcth hit was ortl rd to throw
up his hands and as lie complied a
fusilaide of shots gr~eted him from
.Martin fell to the floor with a
bullet through his right lung, but
draw'ing his gun. managed to get to
his feet and rel turn the fire. The
outhllul banidits wore fleeing fronl
the yalrd of tlit' Iciner hoime as Miar
tin openedti fire.
Attracted Iby the trise of the
shots, 1)eputiyn Sheriff O'Connor, who
was a n. his way- home. reached lithe
viciinity int ine' to catch sight of the
fI'oi'ng hiandits. lie lemptied his rle
tolter at thai withiout resuclt.
()'.Conior was joined by Police
,ioutnant 1)w\\yer and l.ltecti \ve
Powell, who hadl ibeen suinlloned
Ilonll policem hetadqluarters andt the
th ree took uill thei cihase, finally lo
cating lladdon and 1)unn hiding in
a shed in the rear of a grocery at
Sl)iaimond and Excelsior streets. At
that time neither Iladdon. Dutial.
nor 'ihe officers w\v-re awarei that
ani oni had I .o-i- shot during the
lHil.y,y who was -shot by Martin al
he il d:I froln the lei-ner yard, stag
;gjtrled to the holllte of his sister. iMrs.
"llleo.lore G vi, n. 1 05 Porphyry
stlCeet. Iwhe(re he knioc-ked on tilt'
idoor anltl theln ollapsetd. it \\as
'lrushed to Murray hospital, arriving
lith.re i felw iminutets before anll allln
hulanle containing Martin.
Aerc: ring to slatilllmenlts minade by
IHadltlon and D)untn to the police, thy
lhad is on told by Joe Hiimer, sont
olf the., occuplant of the house sought
to blie roioud, of a great quantity tt
\\'isky stored there alld how to get
IReports from Murray hospital this
aftern.:loon wii re to the effe'lt that
both Mil-ey and IMartin are in a seri
uills onlldition and but little ('hance
exists for their recovery.
.1.'IDGE NOT GUILTY.
(Special United Press Wire.)
Seattle, Sept. S.-Superior Judge
Allen, who was charged with having
whiskey in his possession, was found
not guilty Saturday.
Bulletin ioosters should patronize
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road, the B. A. & P.. the Montana
Power company, and practically all
e industries in the stale will be para
The state commllittee and the rank
e and file of the strikers are hopeful
thai no such drastic step will be nee
essary, but at the samlie time express
a det'ermination to take any and all
steps necessary to force 1I jlust set
1lement of tie presetlll differences
with the operating cominpanies.
The following re, porit will serve to
clhrify Ithe atmospiiellrle' of roloe of
1 the fog createdl by liisleadinlg l'elports
in the colimpanliy par)1 _ I. 0
Butte, Aug. 3,0, 1919.
Silver Bow Trades
and Labor Cora:cil.
i Gentlemeln; our committee, as
instruc'ted, vi:itd the metal trades.
I That body expressed its willing!iness
to meet Mr. Kelley of the A. C. M.
it it was the wish of the central
Scouncill, 4ild its conii tllitte arranllged
Thfl metal tratde-::nln were will
"i ng to meet :r. Kelil,"y or other coln
pangy re.pre ,nt tiv s, i' giv\e
. nough timtu for their rtepresenta
tives in tireat Ialls n;iid Anacotlnda
to re'aclh Butte, and go over all points
at issue in an endeav..gr to reach anll
'I'The comlimittlet thenl imade an ef
fhrt to reach iMr Kelley, but were
;iunsuclcessful, he having left no word
at his office rtega;rding hit;s move
l- iic tS.
The''l labor comnllissioner lhad no
i idea where lie was. but was told of M
the aplointell int of the commllittee
andit itls mission.
T'he work above noted was done
T- hursday morning Mr. Kelley's
.office was secured by telephone, the
plerson in charge stating that Mi'.
Kelley was out late the night beforeli
and had not been to the office and ant
c.as at that nollloent in Anaconda, lth
accompianied by Mr. iyan. and there gat
Swais no word as to when lie would 13
return, but the desires of tihe coal- in
muittee would be called to his attest
tion if Ihe got back before the o'ffice orI
aIttendtanit had concluded the day'sv"
F1ritday imorning another call wit
eliciteld the information that Ihe had
not it that tilo rteachled the office.
bllit was cxplected, andl woultld be told
ibout the colminlittee froml the coIun
At 2 o'clock Gtatt afternooni a call an
ca-el, stating Mr. Kelley vdas illn li gri
oIffice, and would talk. Mr. Kolley
iv: totl tile tisire was to secoel "
Ifurthi'r confelIrences lbetween himself hil
nd1111 ihe striking metal t,'adesmen ein
"nd tlhe collllllitto \Vollld lie pleased
Ito mlott hiin and 'xplatin it: mllission. tn
11r. Kelley slated hi' was very a.n
blusy just then anl stwoltl seud Mi'r. we
Cholpe to investigate. Ten minutes Ce
lati-r Mr. Chopp airriv d. by
.lir. Chope was told that inasmuch all
is unions affiliated with rho council
'were' workinglt . while othir''s were tilt
MIriki:g, on tile samie joib, the cutll
-il had decided to aski Ilie contend- a
in g p a r ti .e;; to f u ll'r h e r (o n fl r . l't.
Mr. Cholpe declared Mr. Kelley t
cetri ftenct. no
tlr. Chope was toltl tihat argntmtent
was noi argumient at all; that the tit
finatl word wais niever said whelin con- thl
ttlltling parties, \iho wr'e necessary wo
Ito) o ll '"er, w;er' iat ouls; thatt a I lt
cS tt lmonli. was alwaiys possille. cet
'hi commiiiiitte'e was; told to meet thi
1he lmetal tradesmlllen.lt. ('o. lope was we
informed, and slt.k them to mlot Mr. tOi
Keller. The llnest move was ito so
licit lMr. Kelltey. and in the event
that , itier party refiused to conlfer
with t11i othert. he A. IF. of L. would itt
ibe infiorltutd of the activities of this plt
coutncil and wh\\ich lty was bel- ati
ligCernt, and the blamitie '.;ouldl be ot
placed exact ly wherei it belonged.
That Mr. lit'ley had a p erfect right sta
to Ire usel. to looet t nhe metal traldes- n
imen, but thatht the commlllitttee would. Opt
inll tli.l cans. feel he was the party
ltanding ill the way of a possible
IMr. Chope was further tc Id ihl
conl'itltti' wuoulil bei pleasitd to iler
.Ir. Kelley and explain in detail, if
CO de.ireld, tihe altitulde of the coun
cil and its reason for the appoint
ltuent o0 ' a ('Olll t liri Pee.
Mr. ( hlope said hie w ould replort to
Alr. Ktll' .
S lll'rdy istmorninig Mil. Chopce re
port'td ll it lMr'. iKelley saidl he was
inot ii king i ' conference,. but w-as
willin.. to consii dei anyii llting the
io wri itg. " it; i hope was told that
so fi i;s th,, c1,o1mmitteeo knswc the
T!'he it1; l t l ddsunt - il were then
inlfer' ' of ir' . KI ellhy's altitudc e.
8;it' id'(ly ; ftern;it .,Oon your cloumit
tee. at the solicitationi of ii(!tall
litend stlttl, tlm t'; li' labor ltctrnil is
sioner for thie Clarlk intorests, at
I\'hiclh tilte lthreP proi)osals iv.t'e
-oubniittid by Pl'isilien hlIo'
O'Bri n :and Organizt.r ],'i,,;d:! g.
Theic Clark in'terists Iropost' ti, takti'I
Janles Welsh, 929 West Copper,
and 1,it Pi lasall, ttiresford hlock,
shitfitcrs at thie Silver Iow mine, are
sh:lrplening steel at thlie Pennsylvania.
' Nalteis of meln reporlted to this of
fice as doing scab work wic ill not be
Sipubi~lshecd unless verified by the gen
ei'rl strike commiittee:--E'ditor.
DAMAGE SUIT TO
Ht BE HEARD THURSAY
t Tlh damage suit of Mike Burzan
against former Policeman Phil Prlja
for $:5,101) as the result of injuries
inflicled on thie plaintiff by the of
ficer, will be heard in district court
on Thurs;day. Iurlzan wais shlot
twice and (otherwise assaulted by
Prlja on the occasion of the depar
e ture of Serbians for the war front.
g Prlja was recently sentenced to a
rl term in the penitentiary for the
shooting, and his case is now pend
ing on appeal to the supreme court.
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Big Remodeling Sale
You Can Save From $10 to $15
es On an uzeimcl Iled ' lilIur-madle suit or on a MAXDE TO
o YOUR M1(AS'Il: \ s il. We have also made a big cul
on all ' f i , g ic ls r'llishinlgs. Ev\er ything goes.
The Fashion Tailoring Co.
" M. MORRIS. 47 WEST PARK ST.
aSAY Y S A\ I IIN Till 11UL1 ITIN.
pAY 101 S11\ IT I9
., OF P, DIIII
f Mayor Stodden Delivers Ad-,
e dress of Welcome, Rev.
H. S. Gatley of Missoula
The thirty-fifth annual :,e,-sion of
E the grand lodge nliighti; of l'ytliias.
d and the eighteenth anllil ses:h.ion of
t, the grand temple PyThian Sisters tI.
e gan their sessions in 'ytlhian castle,
1 131 South Mlain s!treet this morn
1- The two branchels f I he I' ythian,.
e order met in joint :escieh at 9:30
S'clock and listened lto ul address of
welcome by Mayor \\'. T. Stodden,
11 which was respontded to bty ltev. ITi.
d S. Gatley of l issoilt.
tusniness' sessions wei''re aten b(egun
d by both the Knights of Pythias and
the Pythian Sister.
At 12:45 a lunclheoni wa siorvdc
to the mieulbers of the ,g'irnd lodge
1and lhe grand temple- l a;:t tl Butte
' The aft-'f oon i tessionl:: bieginli iat
'2 o'clock and t t night the work o'
If both branches of the order was ox-I
T Ihe tKnights of Pytlhia haid picked
i. Itams from the lodtlge: f the city
a.nl the throe ranks of tlh oldel"
r. were portraye d in ,R. 'George's hall.
, Centerville. 11w wi: i iii witnv ssed
by a ]lai ge i:'tl,' : ' i .inight'i: frloml
i all parts o: ." I , - .
i t Thile Py I::;. :
th e r'i itua' il m r .'e ' :" h
of the order in y ' ; . .(
after the wi orlk .1 ;
Ireslments werl'e si ".".
The session:I of th gio id i di
anlid the grand temple will bt, <..i
tinued tomorrow mllorning and after
i the )ollieysl' Vling ill s v dinner ato
the litokys w ill Si'l'V(e a ditinl,'' at
I the PIr'ity cafetetria, 22 "West l'oad
Y way, to all votair's and tyroes of.
ithat 1b1':n!twh of Pytyhianismn. The
ceremonlil will then bhe held in Py
lt thian eastleh. This contcluding the
is work of the Knights of Pythias in
r. this city.
S(, ~C1S VWORKING.
r Portlnl, OIre., Sept. S. -- Union.
d machiine olperators and oi'gnists em- i
is lloyed in five principal movie thie
aters st'ruk here.. in an effol't to on
e force ieipllloymlaent of orchestras.
Non-itiont ltltin and1 women were in-l
t stalled it oiite ill the strikers' places 4
aniTd 1 the tihlaters all continued in 4
IT NEVER FAILS!
And with the coming of fall comes the need of heavier
We Are Ready
To take care of your every need, in heavy garments such
as Overcoats, Mackinaws, Sweater Coats, Jerseys, and
all kinds of middle weight and heavy underwear. Like
wise our flannel and Stag shirts.
Remember It Takes Time to Make Good Clothes.
Tailors Are Scarce. J
It is needless to say that our TAILORING DEPARTMENT
is in its height of readiness. Never have we had such a
splendid showing for FALL SUITS at $37.50 to $55
17 WEST PARK ST.
IS THE BIG STORE WITH THE
Go to Woody-Doull Drug company
for all your drugs. Remembei W
Woodruff's Headache Special and
Hlomemade Liver Pills, 29 South b'
The Butte Woman's council meets o,
Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 9. Dole- nI
gates please attend. w
$100 reward will be paid to any- S.
one proving we do not put in the ci
best main spring for $1. Mayer, 3~ k
North Main street.-Adv.
J. R. Moore and wife of Hamilton
were visiting in Butte over Sunday. p
Dr. Frank Williams has re-opened f(
his office at 211i Daly Bank Build- tI
'f ing. Telephones, office, 1734, resi- fi
dence, 1853.-Adv. It
I'. S. IIulhcn 1land wife spent Sun
'.day in the city visiting friends. '
SVelma. P'hiilips of Dillon was aI
Suntiday visitor in t1he city. L
[ Dr. C. M. Eddy, dentist, 204-20,, I
i Pennsylvania block. Phone 4035-W'
d J. L. Robinson of hMusselliell is
e ,(pendingl a few day:; in Butte.
R. J. Miller and wife of Missoula
f a 1re visiting the city.
C. I,. Wilbur of Miles City visited
in Butte over Sunday.
Washington Market. Ground bone j
7 pounds for 25c.-Adv.
ATTENTION, AWOIIRKEI S
I have the 1. WV. W. papers on sale e
n it t!l corner of i'ar' and Wyoming
I freet, t roll 110 a. Im. to 1 p. im., and n
( from, 2 to 6:30 p. m. and at nighit
flln.:n S to 10 p. i1. l.
GEORGE KANYUK. a
Bulletin Want Ads Get
Result. Phone 52.
I OPEN r
QUICK, ACTIVE GIRL
WANTS WESTERN MAI
Wishes to Cut Loose From
Home Ties and Lays Her
She's 24 years old, admits she's
lquicki and active and has black hair
and large brown eyes. She also ad
mits that she lives in St. Louis, but
apparently, in view of her other ac
complishments, no one will hold that
against her. And she wants to ""
west and adventure for a husband."
In a letter to the "leading after
noon paper," the above young
woman tells of her ambition to
leave behind her mother's apron
strings and venture to Butte as the
bride of a fine, upstanding 13utte
m an. But, as will be seen, the man
of her ideals mlust meet certain re
quirements. The letter, with the
name deleted as per her request.
y "P'ardon me for intruding, but I
st wish to ask a question.
Id "I am a young girl, 24 years old,
th but look very young. My mother
has made me lead a very quiet life,
even in the city, and I have had no
ts opportunity to meet eligible young
- llnn. 'ITherefore, I ant seeking to go
west and adventure for a husband.
"The man must be a Christian
y- Scientist, slimi, blond, tall, athletic,
It clean morals, companionable, a
1i lover of literature and outdoors and
8;0 to ;15 years old. Is this an im
tpossible thing to advertise for?
OI "I would rather have a wcstern
yI product than an eastern man.
"Don't think I an) young and
fd foolish. I may be, but I don't wish
ll- to be advised of that fact. I am
;i- five feet tall, short black hair and
large brown eyes; quick and active
a. "Please tre:' my name confid
ential and don't give me away for
'all the king's horses and all the
a 'kIing's men' won't be able to put you
together again. I amn having a hard
Lime as it is and my mnother would
)be shocked. Won't you co-operate
HICH PRICED BOYS
NOT ALWAYS STARS
It is not always the high-priced
baseball player that makes good in
the big show. Last year Hughey
Jennings paid a princely sumn for
"Snooks" Dowd, the promising
young infielder of Syracuse, who
was considered one of tile best play
le Irs in the minors.
ig About the same time that Jen
id nings purchased Dowd he also
hi drafted Ira Flagstead fromn the Chat
tanooga club of the Southern Associ
ation. Today I'lagstead is one of the
sensations of the campaign. Al
!t though this is his first year in tlhe
majors, he is one of the best hitters
in the American league.
. Flagstead led the Soutlhirn league
It in balling last year. In 49 games
She hammered out 59 hits for an aver
age of .381. Among his hits were
seven doubles, five triples and four
home runs. As for Dowd. he failed
to make good with the Tigers and
Jennings sold him to the Athletics,
with whom he also looked very bad.
He is now with Newark in the In
nM am `-am- ,.-- --.
IMAYOR ORDERED TO
Peter Breen, one of the city jailors
who wias laid off by the mayor some
time ago, was ordered reinstated in
his job Saturday by Judge Dwyer.
Breen had started court act ion
against the mayor in an endeavor to
force that official to put him back
The same court returned a judg
ment against Martin Burke, a. fire
man wiho had been placed on the
The demurrer interposed by Mar
tin Scahill, who was gemoved from
the police force on May 1, 1918,
and who sued the city for back
wages totalling $1,610, was taken
CAII N/ISTAS DEFEAT
PANCHO VILLA ACAIN
Galveston, Sept. 8.---In three suc
cossivx engagements, General Di
guez, who is commanding the Car
ranzista forces in pursuit of Fran
cisco Villa in the state of Durango,
completely wiped out the Villista
cavalry, according to a statement by
Mexican Consul Fierro.
The Carranzistas killed 356 Vil
listas and captured 800 horses, a
large quantity of ammunition and
equipment, the statement said. Vil
la with his chief Lieutenant Lopez,
and 80 men escaped into the moun
tains pursued by light cavalry. The
battles occurred near Durango City.
BOYS CONFESS TO AUTO
THEFT AND ALSO IOBIERY
Four boys, all about 15 years of
age, were sent to the industrial
school Saturday after they had con
fessed to the theft of an automobile
and the robbery of an aged man.
According to the story told the po
lice, the boys stole /he autoluobile
of the father of one and, after in
ducing an old man to take a ride,
robbed him at a secluded spot of
$60. The boys were enjoying
T-bone steaks when arrested.
ORGANIZER FOUND DEAD.
Carrington, N. D., Sept. 8.-Max
Rosenstein, an I. W. W. organizer,
was found dead Sunday, his body be
ing concealed under the platform of
the Northern Pacific depot. Two
bullet wounds in his head are unex
formerly-'known a': the
German heater; made
-in Quincy, II!., for al
most a half a century.
Delivered to your home
on payment of $7.50
down, balance $5 a
A stove for all heating
o. rr layl)e in a fe\v da ys,
you are going to buy an
Ideal Heater, that cl
verlIs 85 per cetti of all
ctnihnsti.dible malerial ill
coal ii[o heaut.
-Ilhe most richly nick
el trimminle], the lmost
shoe t iid it assive, antid
by f I lrt he miost ela.ho
atle aanidt hest, heating
stove Ilie world hasI
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The Big Furniture Store
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN.
Office Hours: 9:30 to 11:30
1 io 5; 7 to
Dr. R. J. McNaul
420-121-422 'Phoenix Building
With ])R. HERMAN Phone 1742
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Jacques Drug Co.
Phone 900. 1057 Harrison Ave.
Night Bell for Prescriptions
Agency Webster's Home Remedies
Drugs, Chemicals, Toilet Articles,
Patent Medicines, Cigars
Eastman Kodaks and Suppliee
Developing and Printing
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112 W. PARK STREET
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN.
314 North Main St.
Cigars, Tobaccos and
iINE LINE OF LUNCH GOODS
Soft Drinks and
Give me a call and you will
Pianos, Player - Pianos,
Phonographs or anything
musical visit the
Howard Music Co.
Home of the Steinway and
genuine Piainola piano
Try our steam baths. They keep
you clean and healthy.
504 E. Broadway Phone 5688-W
The Progressive Shoe Shop
For, first-class Shoe Repairing.
This is no second-hand cobbling
shop. First-class work only.
1721 Harrison Ave.
Classic Chili Parlor
210 N. Main St.
CHILI, LIGHT LUNCHES
THE BEST WAFFLES IN TOWN
Open Day and Night