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Society Brand
Cloth~es
42~3~W. Park
SPoyi-ter's Cash Store
P, Co4suiGer
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MANHATTAN
BAKERY
The Finest in Butte
rt'AX VITT, Proprietor.
TWO Stores
2C5 W. Park-135 S. Main
IT 1 IIi T I l LL TIi 'I
ý ""aoza :.amasnism~a.:m.r.«.:: ar mammemmmmut 1
f1
.JON J. M'"ARTHY,
iL\' \fl S.'IW I' lN 10 LL Ti3
4 n:lll'LIN . \VI I iLic
Lin h v my iiiu lintly poinxdi
Ab IL- liei i* iii l I
" i,, ON 10l1. cEP Y(0
J0 HN AL 4 Ph. 3M.
Prop r lieptoer.i
H AY' Y'OI' SA'V IT IN Ii LLTI IN
PAmerican Cafe
SAST PA \IIh I.
We Will Serve You Right
SAY YOU IlAW IT IN P OULLETIN.
SWHY GO UP TOWN? ?
in v eg ale a n d fmuits in
ALLEN'S GROCERY
\ 'ne 21 120l 1 .I 2nd St .
IS TlE TIME 100
1 (Spec l 'ited ['I s (i1 .
Callingor, R \e y U. -Presiden
Ii thi merian pnili to iake the
Xiitary liin ii giriit Jou laiiI~ r
th 'nk.gi Eii S ioAit K i i i H do
claWed Will Se vieillipicO should
ie noicinp 1niit uI -i iiuenially i-c
ciiiimtil loin. \loi i iin $840,000,
0SA iOUi Se raiT-I itdiy knd .to
Weicarry, if i gol is o grcherd.
Ad x t is, that vorn hi for rent iin
tie wavt culuimum of and Luletin.
TO ASK STATE TO HELP
PAY FOB FINDING JOBS
World War Veterans Seek
Part of Appropriation
Made By Legislature for
Benefit of Soldiers.
''11 \ 1rnly t( >.:t :ai associ ti(;n
now 4)own 4th 11 :, 44bl 4 ar V1 I
%r .( (4. \d 1 dn> ( dai ' I' 14 hi to .14,4
for a slmre (if' t e !22,71000 1:I
V 4)4 (41 '8 'opr ! >. I1:
":110 legishl:il re f'or the l"u c i n o ,
mile T 1V I 1 10 11
)1 4411 44ill y I 4444.44 the )l ' '4rol 4
di . D o t I i \!..I
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1'1 t 4; 114444 44ob 44 4)41' 444(41e'
li l " . thlili_ I l, s h t ii; La y
IIIICt prvn ed ot pt of thel
14:t a np l fnr $1. Maill ye inter
t , di:, ,1., t)- :I I oni m it i 1e(
tu . \\(1 11 \\ ilI, ,'e ert trd . '1'lt
North i 1 tret -y sure that (dv l. : will
>. " . i~t:=ti(", (I I lT 'ir of illu llti a1 (f
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BUTTE BRIEFS
$100 reward will be paid to any
one proving we do not put in the
444t mainspring for $1. Mayer, 37(
North Main street.-Adv.
The IA4isi a'(4 l ' OCI4' ty of A 4 1141
('41ris4 iall 4 h4 ' c44 will h4l(4 iid
Easter thallkl offering meeting; on
T 1h 44r44 44y 4t 2:30 o'clock II. the
i". of .it4 . ('laude (Bailey, ,t:;
\4est .l u (' 4411ry street. A full at
t('ndance is (desire'd.
A\ group of promuinontYllw
Yellow valley fainlers and htwilless
teen ill ]utte last evening inlcluded1
P. :AI. Quinn, F. Ml. Sinell, C. 1I, \V'il
,"ot andt II. ( lurk:, all of laurel.
I)111, lifl4' 8s ,yes, colo less lipsi
alilow, yellow 1hee4 1s give a 4 i' l ;, 1 I
11,0 tluttlici for a 'umaH" tilt:', Luys \u
Ion t lost, heart, just take 1 Hollister0 l 1l(
Ay Slounts:in Tea, 114 1ps to :nakt
can 4III44liv, anal 14(4r. 11on1t dolt:
in tod1y. .\d .
Saleni Iý"noff' l. onei of Ilse proplri
,tor of L" S1 I l 6n n., r i (4'1i4ll . 1414:
g nl 4n , Inr :I J isi of a' 4 naf11 1.
-0 ill . L ulis.
M 1s r; .. ll. It'o' rning end \li s
O\n-r lineruing a:nd Airs. (lnd Aers
I". Al. lieffeer :1ntl Uiss V l(orla
l);11:11 we r'1e vi tittors in the ('ity yet;
terdaly fromt il4on.
Mr. und Mrs. Edwaid .1. Mlillm
a11(1 Ali' . 1I. I:. St1ep 1hen we44'
;tmong the arrivals from th~e eapital
yesterday.
Youl feel different e 141110 thil l yo4
Xt4'" it t gentlc, soothhint' ar))
tils the s'y-tem. It's i4 ilasure to
kilo4 HIolli ter'8 1(o4(1y ŽIoullitain h4a.
11,l!t- 4 to purify the blood, CIives oi1
the ; ' rn5 4 of wIIlter, gets :4n1 11s
tling, hustling, 1'ul1 of life and onu- N
tea or tab1let14.. AIi.
\1i. 4n1d 11A s. 11. 11. 'XarI81 and
'. I 14.1)wyer were over from Steri
du t yest'8rday on i a shun visit .
harry Dran' an~d C. I,. Sheolier
WeIe i a 4 fro5n Col 1d yesU(', i'y O.
441llNS114 iu11 4s 1111 1l8.11(
Xis Nelsoln, Ralph Ns a4'Ind 11.
441 Andrus were 1illon guests in
imi~te last night.
* 484n, 1o 4 1M. ti nt 1 IXl rs. 101' rl a e.
. Ie ;if S Ilarr'ison aventue, Maly ii,
1 iughter'.
'I ;IIde 114411itso alg d 1 dW1 Id
(Iratyv osC in' ovr Trott) the capta
yestt'rday.
_)George '100t ,114 Was nl tow11n *
y05-y from Lewistown for a few
(1 1\ visit.
11. 1 Kramer and L. 1lluing
wrre in fromt the IBig Hole basin
yesterday.
lPorn, to 'Mr. and Mr's. .Michael
\Iclel~rnlotl, 5 Seal terrace, Miay 4, it
Fred 1)eery is a Granite (ounlty
Sarrival i the city froma 4 hilipshuXIg.
10 I George Iloyt was a business visi
tor yesterday flout .Manhattan.
MARY MURPHY SUES
FOR $25,000 DAMAGES
BIry xlurpyly is suing the G1regso4
Springs; hotel, a couporation, for
:25,0'0 damages. Si1' alleges that
i1 'Xlar c.1 , 191., l1114' driver of the
stag"', owned and operated by the
h~otel, left. his team standing in the
road; that the team ran away and
in t 4o"4 eatL0strophy which followed
s144 'uf1'ered injury. The money loss
resultant --- doctor bills, hospital
(ervie1, 1nu1se's wages - amounted
to $!+4n,
14 . 41Oing this loss to the desired
l144 do u4o4 es 8 r'inlgs the claim up to14
ta4" - -" 44
1ie- .\1'(O 1)I11 'EItS FINED.
1dd - -
uc- 4 '11 T'homas, a driver for the
0,- Armour Packing company, and Her
to- man Doliman were finpd $10 each
by Judge Crimel in police court this
morning. The men were arrested
in for operating autos which did not
carry 1919 state license plates.
LAYMANM
BE MODERATOR
Iy lnitod ' rii l.)
I M a 'iTht fai
limn in the listori of ip
L Irvniun: will he rihos t' mtac(
i th" li u t lent b i t li t I oe ii
i dolt o tviti il 1 .
'it lI of l i i( iiiy , Ii ! i -
- o in file 1,rii e l l iitatlcii, v't ii il
it iir i t 1i tt 3 .
:~ tl c . . 11: 1: p :,t ruIled o!.
iatcs iti ithi i .ioi ly, will t
:" l in hg liii' thu i't yea i , folo i t
lulingi :"topiec! by the to!un ~
i t,. n t t re te he I ieit 1 Vi
1', iyliriain iio desiring i i l tii t i
Ii I elii iil iii :i oilit
of mI er(ifr.
\cliP'I that I:n: !1 w i it tit1
ilergt shot t hi <'n: and ii' ttr
wiird tl'hs ;it o: it .; Wu h ao
hur h !nit} of tI ii d' Ot ti
inn0 , b)vh :;1 l 1iil !~ the lteague of nuiliuns, led to the !t vn fl:"lr4
-A:1llng ft,. illutrliant ('hthf011TH ma
i.r to b~ i ic rc 0 sii taltei l ti.l.
al lheit t o tstli. ' 11 ili'lnd t South.
II ER I t i iii iii itl : tni tlic i of ti.
mnn g; the d, il'fies of t .e in
n rn t rlnril. ,.ho :tre e>:lurtetd tot
attend I l nbl th t ii yit t r art
IDr. Jalohn \\'11;x Pie , ast !l n ,
'l i I i oi 11 . 1 ool ni'. Olti l iha,
N('b.; * ' i ii li lt It II I Ir i io , p itts
b fry. PAl i n'Xl t ail' ar. Slati (iftNel,
Calif.; frank .1. Lysi' h. ('hiu i cIi;
lenry i '. ( 'riow lelIl Ihi oic 'lt i It hert
John: on" tit. Louil): (Tourtes Lul!:cjns
lusi rn i ('oa itesi'ille, iia.; James i '.
Iloodric h, Indianupubs(; Ediwin MI.
;tllt)ley, `iNe York.: Albhi II. John.;on
mli .Johnt \Wanamt~tak r, Ph1iladel;)Iia;
sober! Cau lr t, sinliti ' lie; A. 11.
W\hilIord, \\. A. 1 "a. R ers, 1). o. A\lc"-.i t, Iola ; V t n A. iia '
Pittsburg" 1'a.; Jarret A. McrNaty, 1E:
Paso; Wi lian .ivi
Henry Leland, Detroit: tireno I.
'' tnn.('It t' land1: 1). I). Im y}int on , in
neapolis;'II. Il. Blroli , I)ilss and J.
It. We'tl:;h) Kantisu 1
Among the 1:ymen who are yin;
n0 ui oneid ::a postoible modemtl' ors ar~e
.Johni T. M.lanson, p>residt lit of tim.
First. National hnk of Net Haven,
('on!.; Alexander It. Nichol of New
Y orkt and A. A. lHyde, W',ich!In, Kan.
Hyde ha:; given mare Ilin that e.
IIn to church bonefiacnses.
1I.51 IED; SUES IRillulO.D.
11eenuse be mi lainvd injuries of a
perinant lit nature while en',aged inl
world)!) :it a tu'ckt laborer for the
Northc rn I ac~ifit" het res. Logtn and
l 6mmuo n int i) ter, Alexander Mat
uni Jail stI rt' d suit) for d:1mIagk's
ag~ain:;t tihe c1 111 m u y and1 I- deral
thailrocad 1)'rete or \\alter 1). Ilines.
\i ilfl.S t d i:n inrd" duiti tc ill !!!0 mill
of . ;B et
a IN BUGLAND
SBug - They
must have put
up that me
amorial arch for
th e returned
e a heroes.
>ý 1
You See This
Ad---Others
Will See. Yours
Wi can make yone
ad as attractive
as this one with
efflctivc cuts and copy.
()ut cmitract with the
lhriet - Brown Sales
Sev iae brings you the
oth)uJ 11nity of putting
your advertising on the
highest plane of attrac
tivtenes, and clliciency.
Ilave our Ad Man call
and shltv you cuts
and tds for your line of
lusiness.
This service is supplied
I tithout extra charge to
our advertisers. Tele
phone 52 for Advertis
ing department.
BUTTE DAILY
BULLETIN
I Washington Market 18 W. Park
PHONE 379
Central Market 323 N. Main'
HARRY THOMPSON, Manager Phone 662
u Saturday Specials
U
N
  MILK FED HENS, 40c Fresh Vegetables
lb. -----TOMATOES
F Beef LETTUCE
Fancy Steer Beef, C UCUMBERS
Shoulder steaks, Ib. 2c GREEN ONIONS
SHOULDER BOIL, lic TURNIPS and CARROTS
Slb.- NEW RADISHES
PRIME RIB ROAST, 35c PARSLEY
l lb. NEW PEAS
BEEF HEARTS, NEW CAL. CABBAGE
l lb. 2 Oregon Fancy Asparagus
1 BEEF STEW, 15c
* lb. 15c Fresh Fruits
Dollar Strawberries
Lamb GRAPE FRUIT
LAMB STEW, 20 RANGES
* lb.-------- -- LUC 20c___BANANAS
e LAMB CHOPS,
3b Butter
LEG OF LAMB, 35c Newcastle Creamery
lb. Butter, lb.
Maid 'O Clover But-65
S, Blanchard Butr
Specials te, lb. Butter, 65c
BbACON, whole strip, 45c lb.
b HAM HOCKS, 25c EGGS
lb -- ------------- - Strictly Frsva c 5
U HAMBURGER 5c Egs, R nch z5c
STEAK, lb . 25c Egs____ze___--_ ____8_
* GROUND BONE, 25 Saturday South Side
lb. 25c Delivery 2 P. M.
U  i    nn~ iii~i i~~~ii  i 
ANOTHER OVERSEAS
(Continued From Page One.)
had about Tice dlays of zero weath
er hi're about t il days ago, but it's
just like spring now. They have got
ae on the American Express, work
ing in the baggage (ar---pretty soft
job. But it's a long run front Tours
to Chauitioitt. 26S 71il's, and we only
~et aoto nit hour or two lay-over
at ( haunvant. But we girl: up lots of
hay on the trip. I see by your letter
that business is all shit to hell on
Sh oo. I wish it was that way ovcr
here on the Paris and Orleans rail
road. Our chances of getting home
soon wotlil look better. The French
have quit working, it seiis. alto
get her. All ine roans in France, it
seems, are run by Americans. Why
shouldn't the Yanks do it, when they
get its for $1.10 per day, engineers,
firemien, conductors and brakemen,
and the "eats' we get are awful. An
American soldier is as welcome and
has about as inuch liberty over hate
as Kaiser Lill would have in Canada,
not with the French but with our
own United Slatt( officers. I will
say.that we have a little more liberty
than the o1ter branches of service,
because we are operating the rail
ways.
The "frog rails" are pretty good
fellows to work with. They are ci
hilians and we are not. You either
have got to work under such awful
conditions or go to the guardhouse
for at least 1 liree mont us, and that is
another hell. This guardhouse here
at Camp de Grasoe is an old French
stone house that will hold 35 pris
oners andt thy have from 55 to 60
in thee'. I 'ini 10 to 15 are always
tleetiing on tii floor, cold stone floor
at that, with 1n rst trel's and just
three blini; is. I was in there a
while iyielf. At that time the war
was going -n, and we were not al
lowed to re i ie ut write any mail.
Why should ity people at hine have
to stiffer h 'a ut'e they could not hear
from mie I luse I went wrong. We
took it H p itill the army chaplain
and askeld I, il to hel us out in this
matter, it' his answer was. "Why
did you gtit inl I litre'?'
Now, Ii I ' :rt utnsty ntils put
lots of go nit( iO to the had? 'tWhat's
the use of I tintg a otaa when hel is
down . titiet'er thing is the way
they contitm:t to censor our mail.
They are v ii i ' strict ahtut it since
the niv tu ;, tas been isigitd than
!h r % -, re while fighting was
i ir story was this: They
uit'he tuns to get any in
istever. I wonder why
to consor our mail
it m't want the folks back
ew :," !nlit that their boys are
I re from abuse and the
I cal attention. Young
nt n oiv getting gray-headed here
eveny v ixý
h, ti offiicers in this transpor
titiot tln'l outfit that don't know
Snil mouh ibout railroading than a
hogl lou about flying. Some of
th in u:-,"d to sell insurance in ci
litain liv, while others were ribbon
coti itr elirks. We have a few good,
real railroa:d officers in this camp.
Kit ht Il- ,n't handle it all them
selies. tur company commander is
ia good l Iad, but he isn't lucky
enItittgl in lt boss of the works. A
Ievw ta1Ys aso an order came out for
tolntaI c to go to Russia to do rail
r-1 '. rk. They wanted about 700
men t iit up to that hell-hole. I
uplI _ if thev don' get enough tol
i unto r t ihey will draft what they
ttet tt 'ii take them go against their
will. this is what I would like
ito 1,n11 What have we got up in
Rn:. ;,.w what did we lose up these?
'1h t nl t state of war existing be.
land of "Liberty" anti
the i-: i~heads. If they want rail
tIll .1 wa y don't they muster t;
out ;,; . i us regular workers' pay
I ii i i there under those condi
tuni k once. So will 99 per ceni
of n, o,, here. What gets me tlost
is 11i: They want us to volunteer
to I;I i l re under army discipline
ii and ; .ll per day. Why can't the:
end us home? I don't or wouldn't
xpcct to sleep in a feather bed or U
nything like that. Some folks would
hink that I was unpatriotic, but I
in not. I volunteered to come over
sere right away. I bought Liberty
fonds and everything else, but when
get back I am going to shake
Lands with the slacker! Hle was the
oily wise guy at that. I wish you
ouild have this letter read at lodge
he first time you get a chance, ant
ee if the lodge, or the grand lodge,
ather. can't tatek some action on this
end investigate the conditions of the
ailroad men in France, and why we
ire doing all the work over here and F
lie French hardly any. We are l;
vwrking harder now than we did S
vhile the war was going on. The v
whole thing is just one cry over here v
'roit all the boys, and that is "Why 0
lout, we get going home quicker o
han we are?" The American people j
ire going to waken up when the boys c
et back. a
Yours truly, a
WILLIAM J. BROWN.
)nth Co. Trans. Corps., I'
A. P. O. 717, A. E. F., France. o
t
NEW MAYOR FINES FOUR
NON-RESIDENT EMPLOYES
Charges by Bulletin and Ob
jections By Freudenstein
Force Stodden to Accept
Resignations.
As the result of revelations made
in The Bulletin on Wednesday and
in response to objections voiced at
Wednesday night's council meeting
by Alderman Freudenstein, Mayor
Stodden yesterday afternoon de
manded the resignation of four of
the five city employes who were
charged with being non-residents of
the city. Those whose resignations
became effective yesterday afternoon
are:
Dr. George H. Stephenson, meat
inspector; William Jenkins, store
keeper at the citygcorral; William
Sweet, fumigating officer, and Mrs.
Bert Harris, stenographer to the city
auditor. Miss Caroline Toward, sten
ographer to the mayor, is the fifth
against whom charges of non-resi
dence have been made.
NO SECOND MOONEY
CASE, SAYS BUREAU
The following sta.einent is isued
by the civil liberties bureau:
"It is earnestly to be hoped that
the person or persons who are guilty
of placing bombs in the mail will be
promptly apprehended and placed
under restraint. This insane act is
doubtless the work of some nientally
unbalanced person. In our opinion
it is idle to blame it on the so-called
radical miovemient. 'T'here is no evi
dence that the radical movement
does that sort of thing. From news
paper dispatches it seems likely that
an attempt will be made to fasten the
crime upon romte one prominent in
the radicat labor movement-as was
attempted in the Mooney case. If
any such attempt is made the civil
liberties bureau will use every re
source at its conumand to assist the
accused in get ting a full, fair and
impartial trait. 'T'here must be no
sicond Moonie'y case."
MANY .A 'LOS IN STATE.
Figures which have reached the
county ilerk'l' office from the office
of the seir'tary of state show that a
total of 2.lisi automobiles haye
been registered in the state. During
thi" month of March the cars regis
tered totaled S,!d29
INTERESTIN MEE[INC OF
LIBEBA CILTURE CIUBB
Mrs. J. A. Grigg Reads
Principle Paper. Many
Other Prominent People
Address the Meeting.
The Liberal Culture club held its
last session of the year last night.
It was ladies' night and Mrs. T. A.
Grigg read the principal paper on
"Woman's Work In the War." Mrs.
William Rosza and Miss Frances
Brome read papers which were sup
posed to be criticisms of the principal
paper, but which proved to be only
supplemental, as Mrs. Grigg had em
bodied in the main subject nearly all
the activities of women during the
war.
Invited guests who responded .to
calls for five-minute talks on the
subject were, Miss Ezekiel of the
Red Cross home service and the
woi k of women in that department
of war service; Miss Sanders, who
has returned to Butte after a two
years' absence, made a talk of com
parison of the attitude of men to
ward women 20 years ago and today.
Mrs. A. S. Christie talked of the
service of the war gardens and the
benefits derived therefrom.
Mrs. H. N. Kennedy talked of the
service of women in the conservation
of food during the war.
Many other guests and members
responded in a happy vein.
Mrs. Groeneveld talked in favor of
the establishment of community
kitchens, which would leave women
giftcd in other vocations, freedom to
pursue the same, while enabling
them to maintain a home with prop
orly cooked food.
The men speakers acknowledge
the value of womens' services at all
times, as well as during the period
'f the war, but they hope that a large
majority of women would be con
tent to remain just wives and moth
I ers, was clearly understood to be the
sentiment of the men.
The oflicers for the next year were
I introduced by Rev. Mr. Groeneveld,
the retiring president, as follows:
David Wittenberg, president; A. M.
I Riley, secretary; Philip A. Rush,
I treasurer.
CRIMES PACIFIES
SIMS' IRATE WIFE
Prisoner Charged with Wife
Beating Admits Where
He Obtained the Liquid
Temper.
"I'm ready to quit him right now.
He has been beating me up since
last December," stated Mrs. Frank
Sims in police court this morning
when testifying against her spouse,
whom she had a'rrested on a charge
of assault and battery. The efforts
of the deputy city attorney and the
judge, however, apparently recon
ciled the couple on Sims' promise to
abstain from booze in the future,
and the charge was dismissed.
After Judge Grimes had repeated
ly questioned Sims as to where he
obtained the booze that caused him
to beat up his wife, the prisoner ad
mitted that he had secured it at the
Five-Mile house, the particular es
tablishment of several of that name,
being minutely described.
A FEW LAUGH1S
IN FDREIGN NEWS
(By United Press.)
London.-Electric light has been
installed in the Garden of Eden, ac
cording to official reports of the con
structional work performed in Meso
potamia and the Euphrates valley, by
the British armies.
London.-Through four and a half
years' war without a scratch, Private
Frank Snelling was killed by swal
lowing his false teeth while on leave.
London.-That jazz dancing is not
a recreation, but an epidemic nearly
as serious as influenza, was the opin
ion of the Leicester council, which,
however, decided to allow jazz-danc
ing in the public parks.
London.-Over 1,500,000 women
in Great Britain will be unable to
find husbands, according to statistics
enumerating the proportion of males
to females in the country.
London.-Fot tree planting in
Scotland, to replace war ravages, half
a ton of seeds have been shipped by
the Canadian government.
London.-Season tickets for the
nuovies are among the inducements
being offered by housewives to at
tract servants. Satisfactory results
are claimed.
Vienna. - Among the aristocrats
whose property is declared forfeit to
the state are "Karl von Hapsburg,"
"Freidrich Hapsburg" and "Ludwig
von Wittelsbach." Do you recognize
them?
Amsterdam.-Fokker, inventor of
the famous German aeroplane of that
name, is applying for Dutch national
ization papers.
Paris. - "Plenty of French per
fumes and silk stockings but no
food," says a Bucharest message re
ceived here.
Basle.-The bolshevik school com
missioners have decreed that all
pupils of 15 years of age and over
may marry and divorce at will, ac
cording to a Swiss refugee from Rus
sia.
Cologne. - Failure to hand over
Spartacans accused of distributing
bolshevik literature among the Brit
ish troops has cost the town of Solin
gen a $250,000 fine.
ENTERTAIN SOLDIERS.
Returned soldiers, sailors and ma
rines will be guests at an entertain
ment staged in their honor this eve
ning at the Army and Navy Y. M. C.
A. In addition to boxing and wrest
ling the program includes vocal and
instrumental solos by Miss Martha
Wills, Miss Doreen Hocking, Ray
Angwin and PercyWills.
SHINERS
-SELLS
Furniture, Rugs
Ranges and
Home Necessities
for Less on
Easiest of Terms
kY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN.
To the
Workers
This is the best plade in town
for you to trade. The LARG
EST STOCK and the LOWEST
POSSIBLE PRICES.
A Square Deal
Always
I Appreciate Your Trade
Palace Clothing and
Shoe Store
58-55 EAST PARK ST.
AY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN
PAT McKENNA
314 North Main St.
Cigars, Tobaccos and
Fruits
FINE LINE OF LUNCH GOODS
Soft Drinks and
Confectionery
Give me a call and you will
come again.
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New Line Ladies' and
Children's Hosiery.
BIG 4,
17 W. Park.
S. & H. Green Trading Stamps.
;AY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN.
Prices
Talk
We are selling men's clothing,
hats, shoes, underwear and
shirts at a price that will
astonish you. Come in and
look over our line of
Merchandise
Our line of jewelry is complete,
with prices that will appeal
to you.
Montana Clothing &
Jewelry Co.
103 South Arizona St.
Out of the High Rent District
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On account of my large stock of
goods I have heen unahle to sell
out, I will continue to sell
cheaper than before.
NEW GOODS AT VERY
LOW PRICES
I wish to thank my old and new
customers for their very liberal
patronage. Come again.
P. J. EARLY
117-119 E. FRONT ST.
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CRYSTAL CAFE
We Serve the Best on the Market
at Popular Prices.
69 B. PARK ST.
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smake a I 'fQ make a
pounddollar
MARKET
4500 East Park Street
Bulletin Want Ads Get
Results. Phone 52.

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