In the District Court of the Second
iJudicial District of the State of
Montana, in and for the County
of Silver Bow.
Anmanda Cline, Plaintiff,
vs. No. A-11324.
Franuk Cline, Defendant.
The State of Montana sends greet
ings to the' above-named defend
You are.hereby summuoned to an
swer the complaint in this action
Which is filed in the office, of the
Clerk of this Court, a copy of which
is herewith served upon you, and to
file your answer and serve a copy
thereof upon the plaintiff's attorney
within twenty days after the service
of this summons, exclusive of the
day of service; and in case of your
failure to appear or answer, judg
mont will be taken against you by
default, for the relief demanded in
This action is brought for the pur
pose of securing judgment of the
court divorcing Plaintiff and De
The coniplailt contains two causes
of action in each of which it is al
That conti.htously for more thani
one year immediately last past and
next proceeding the commencement
of this action, Plaintiff has bI.oe and
she now is a resident of the Statei
l'hat Plaintiff and Defendant in
termarried at Milwaukee, Wisconsin,
on the 15th day of November, 1897.
and ever since then have been and
are now husband and wife.
That five childrcen. Edward Cline,
now twenty years of age; Joseph
Cline, now ieventeen years of age:
Ethel Cline, now fifteen years of
age; Lillian Cline, now ten years of
age and Florence Cline, now eight
years of age,.are living as the issuet
of said marriage.
That Plaintiff is a fit and propet
person to have the care, custody and
control of said minor children of
Plaintiff and Defendant and that
said Defendant is not a fit or proper
person to have the care, custody or
control of said minor children of
Plaintiff and Defendant or either or
any of said children.
In the first cause it is also al
That since said intermarriage De
fendaut has been guilty of wilful
neglect of and toward Plaintiff for
this, that continuously for more than
eight years immediately last past
and next proceeding the commence
mont of t-.is action, he has failed to
provide for her the common necessi
ties of life, he having the ability to
do so and because and by reason
of his idleness, profligacy and dissi- i
pation, all of which was at all of i
said times and now is entirety with
ouit cause orl provocationl and
ragainst Plaintiff's will and sish and
without her consent.
I! the second cause it is also al- i
'That defendant has taeet guilty of I
wilful desertion towards Plaintiff.
for this that at Butte, Montana, on
acting against the will and wish of
Plaintiff and entirely without her
consent or any cause or provocation.
the Defendant volu.ntarily septtrated
himself from Plaintiff and com
Imenced to live scparate and apart
from her with intent in him, the said
tDefendant, to desert and )abandon
the Plaintiff and that at all times
since then Defenaant has continued
and be now continues to voluntarily
separate himself from Plaintiff and
to live separate and apart froni her
against her will and wish and en
tirely without her consent or any
cause or provocation, with intent in
hinm the said Defendant to de:sert
and abandon Plaintiff.
And Plaintiff prays that the bond
of matrimnony heretofore and now
existing between l'lainltiif and De
fondant be dissolved and that they
be restored to the slate of unmarriedt
That the care, custody and con
trol of said minor children of Plain,
tiff und Defendant be awarded to the
That Plaintiff have such other
and further relief as to the court
may seem fit and proper in the
Witness my hand and the seal of
said court this 2nd day ofi August
A. D. 1.9111.
OTIS l.EE. Clerk.
(Seal B HB . A. McINTYRE,
Wheeler & Baldwin, Attorneys for
for Plaintiff. Butte, Montana.
(First publication Aug. 2, 1919.)
Notice of Sale of Real Estate.
lit the district court, Second Judicial
district, Silver Bow county, Mon
In the matter of the estate of Mar
garet Harrington, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that in
pursuance of an order of the above
entitled court, made on the 12th day
of July, 1919, in the above entitled
estate, the undersigned, the adminis
trator of the said estate will sell at
public auction to the highest bidder.
subject to confirmation by said
court, the following described real
property. situated in said county. to
wit: Lot 8, in block 2 of the Wau
kesha addition to the city of Butte.
and lot S. in block 7 of the Hornet
addilion to the city of Butte. Said
sale will be made oti Monday the 8th
DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS You can't say that Father is a slacker
DON'T Be BASHFUL- -firs 4 E^ 1\ H Do Wwy( DON'T gUN* A LOT OF
OWARD, NoTHINC4 l5 ELSE r t 4N YOU GA
HOME NOWN MORPOTooAO FAR ouro rt ~N- YOu 70! PAr wctj] crI S
fiND NOWW' FOR A D SoýD1rR F T"G 4c-E, I WISI4 OLJTAND
MEAL Boy!. WON'T... - COULD Do
R 11uih B MAY s zRvICE roRR
/ EFT! MY COUNTRYI
BROTHER \ ý
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is the time to exchange
RIGHT NBonds for fifty dollars
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.
U. S. TROOPS
(Continued l'rom Page One.)
NO WOIID A' OM. FLIERS.
(Special United Press Wire.)
San Diego, Aug. 23.- -Aunxiety
over the fate of Lieutenants Water
house and Connolly, army aviators,
increased after another day and
night of a fruitless search. A quest
by airplane for the DeHaviland plane
with which the young fliers left
Yumnta last Wednesday. continues.
HEILl) FOR RANSOM.
(Special United Press Wire.)
Mexico City. Aug. 2 .--Troops
have been sent to the Ajusco region
to search for l)r. Geonaga, a Porto
Rican, who is said to be held for
$15,000 ranson by bandits. They re
port they have been unable to find
him. Several -detachments of sol
diers were sent. to Kern in the
search several days ago.
New York, Aug. 23.----Copper, iron
and lead, unchanged.
Speter- -- Easy. St. Lottis spot.
$7.40 . 7.6(0: September, $7.40( @,
IBUTTER AN)D EGGS.
Chicago. Aug. 23.-- Butter-
Steady. Creamery. 48 @ 53 j2c.
Eggs---Easy. Receipts, 6.272
cases. Firsts. 41 i:41½e; ordinary
fitrsts, 36V' 37 ,.o. At mark, cases
included. 38 ~, 41c; storage pack
firsts. 42 1 42rc.
day of September, 1919. at 2 o'clock
in the afternoon of said (lay at tohe
front door of the courthouse, said!
city and said county. The terms of
sale will be 1.0 per cent at date and
time of sale and the balance upon a
confirmation of the sale by said
Dated Aug. 8, 1919.
Administrator of the estate of
IMargaret Harrington, decea*ed.,
NOTICE OF SiL` E 01F IEIAL S
TATE AT PRiIVATE SALE.
.In the District Court of .the Second
Judicial District, Silver Bow coun-'
ty, Montana. in the matter of
tile Estate of John B. MicClernan, c
Under authority of an order made b
by the District Court of the Second
Judicial District of the State of M1on- C
tana ill and for thi Coulnty of Silber v
Bow on the 9t1.h day of August, 191),
i, the undersigned adininirtratriax,
vill sell at private sale the follow- 0
ng described real property situated f
n Silver Bow county. Montana, to
wit: The south sixty feet rf Lots
Due (1) and Two i2 in Block No. v
fwo (2) of the Saturn A:\d lition to n
hlte city of Butte, according to the a
.fficial plat and survey thereof no~ 'I
In file in the office of the counti
lecrk and recorder of Silvte: Bow
,ounty. Aloataua. a
The sale will be made on cr after a
tug. 26. 1919, and bios will be re- e
deived at the office of Messrn. Nolan t
. Donovan, 308 Lewishon block, a
tutte, Monttana. t
The terms of sale: Ten per cent t
it date of sale and the balance upon -it
:onfirtmation of the sale by the
Dated, Aug. 9. 1919.
BERTHA K. McCI,ERNAN,
'cdministratrix of the estate of John
B. 'McClernan, deceased. i
i First tpublication Aug. 1, 1119.) 1
NOTFCPi TO IREDI)TORS.
Estate of Patrick Leahy. Deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the t
undersigned. executrix of the estate r
of Patrick L.eahy, deceased, to the
:reditors of and all persons having
:laims agaiust the said deceased, to t
exhibit them.. with the necessary 4
vouchers, within four months after z!
'.he first publication of this notice,
to the said executrix at 1 he law
office of H. A. Tyvand, atto ney-at
law, 506-7 Silver Bow block. Butte
Montana, the same being the plaet..
`or the transaction of the busines,
,f said estate, in the County of Sil
,er Bow. State of Montana.
MRS. MARY HENDRICKS I.EAHIT
Executrix of the estate of Patrick ,
Dated Butte. 'Montana, tnis 2nd I
:lay of .kugust. 1919. It
(Continued From Page One.)
fires on the Nez Perce forest wrere
very serious. Eleven large blazie
were running beyond control on ac
count of the high winds.
Fires on the Kootenai forest also
spread fast because of the high
winds. The fire on the Callahan a
watershead is approaching Lake ;
Darling, but may be s'opped at the
livide. The B3lackfeet fire is burn
ing toward Kootenai divide. There
is a bad fire on Wolf creekl.
Bozeman. Aug. 21'.---The forest
fire in School gulch; which broke f
out afresh yesterday, increased in i
fury during the evening and more s
men have been ordered to the scene.
The territory in which the fire rages e
is particularlyr difficulr in whih to a
place men, and for hours during the t
high wind that blew it was fmpos- S
sible to gain anyll headway toward t
U)IAHO PUIES SERIIOUS
(Special United Press Wire.)
Couer d'Alene. Aug 2f.---The
Idaho forest fires are unchecked and t
business is interrupted in many
cities. A rain of ashes is falling in
Wallace. The Placer creek fire. e
south of \Vallace has jumped its t
bounds and is advancing in the a
.teeth of a wind.
Helena. Aug. 23.---Nsew fires in
Sthe I-Ilena national forest have been
reported; one being at Duck creek.
northeast of Townsend and the other
at Al alanche gulch near Canyon
Ferry. Neither blaze is thought to
be serious and so far as has beenI
tlearned by forestry officials, the fire
fighters have the situation in haud.
The Dry gulch fire. which spread t
over a front of six tiles. is under e
Scontrol, the flames - having been 5
checked along the J:lio-tonl ereckt
road. Some of the Itten will be re
called today. 1
The fire at Dog creek. south of I
Elliston. is also under control, the
crew having been reduced.
ALLIES' AID ASKED
(Continued From Page One.)
claimed a womian was shot in the]l
back while searching for her hus
Yorfani declared that Hoersing,
German comm.ander in upper Silesia,
was aware that l1inister of War
Noske was responsible for introduc
ing martial law against the Poles in
order to aid the German government.
for a favorable plebiscite.
He said: "'The miners strike in
which 200,000 are participating, is a
monster protest of all the inhabitants
against the German administration.
There is no bolshevism in Silesia, but
we must demand that the entente
c1nd a mlilitary comnmission immedi
aftcy to install a joint German-Polish
administration. The allies may. ,ex
erclse their authority to withmdraw.
tihe Germanll troops, raise the seig6
and ha!t crimes. If the entente na
tions will not send troops to pacify.
the district, then let them give a
mandate to the Poles."
(C'ontinned From Page One.)
ere-ssional record a letter from J. PH.
Wilcox, Fitzgerald, Ga.. stating it
telegramii received by Senator Harris
allnd signled "J. It. Wilson," was filed
by tIhe packers' agent without Wil
cox's knowledge. The telegramil pro
tested against the Kenyonl and Iend
Wilcox's lettller stated lihe inter
Iviwwled the packels' agent iand thai
tle latter gave the excuse that lhe
did not think it "'would. make any
dii'crence to Wilcox if he sent them."
C(ATHOICI ' Fll) DAY SUNDAY.i
All is in rea_,iness for the observ
ance of the annual Catholic field day
which will be held at Lake Avoca
Tomno)rrow. Members of the various
'corlmmittees reported at a, general
meeting last night that everything
had been done which would insure
the success of the event. An inter
1 esting program of sports and ganme:
Il has been arranged and in addition
Splenty of entertainment is promised.
. .. . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . .
SWEOISH EDITOR TELLS
OF MUCH SUFFERINCG
'Taconla. Aug. 23. lditor lruind I
Richter. from Swedolii, now iiullrin;
this part of the counltry spolie before (
a large assemblage in the '1irst Swed- t
ish Lutheran church. explaining the j
condition of the Scandinavians dur
ing and after' the war, and hei de- •
pitted that the trials and tribtlllationsll
of enforced neutrality weret aIlost 1
as unbearable as direct belligerency, 1
might have been.
lie told of suffering for w\at of
food, the inability of Sweuden to oh
a-in any of the comll odities it e'(d
ed fronm outside of its boundaries,
the resultant hardships amontg the 1
entire populale of lheli aiilon ind. iasi!
a dire example of the conditiolns, leI
told of somni 5(I.000 foreigners at
Stockholm, refugees front o ther coln- I
tries, who had to be nourished from
the short rations of the Swedes.
Hle said it was a hardship imnposed
upon a whole people that was held
helpless to help itself for four yuers I
and forced to divide its tlluci-reduced 1
share of food with Ilthose who were
thrown upon the nation. Many of
these iefugees, Ihe stated. had ieallns
to spend and the poor of Sweden 1e-'
catle the sufferers by what was stub
tracted from them to sell to peoptle
I'rom Tacoma he left for PIort
land, where he will mleet Scanditr
ians to explain the conditions in his
native land and to lay claim to some
consideration for the kinlsfol k in
(Continued From l'age One.)
the p!roceedings at the peace eonb''r
ence. resulted froml Presildent \Wil
son's testimony before the senalte
foreign relations colmmnittee. The
allies' conicealmentli of the secret
Lreaties has strengthlle-,d \ilson's
lloral plosition, says the ilMancleslte'
('Guardian, which wonerlls why the
president did not use his position
The paper Supposes that he was
tforced to miake a diffictul. choice bhi
I w1eenu the acceptance (,l soicOe vel'
unilfavorable poilnt or a ipossibl'
ireaklling up of the peace conference.,
It hopes the price of lthese collies
sions, paid in the league of natiolis,
won'I, be lost.
Th Daily Graphic dectced there is
one aslpect regarding the difficult y
over article 10, which should weigh:
heavily on America. I-lad it not been
for Ilie allies' endurance and sacri
tice. , the editorial declar'es, the ll on
roe doctrine would not be niuch to
day. "besides a sweet miemiory coll
trolled by Germallny." ".l'That being
the stse." the pallier asks. "wity
shoiulId not Amellllica lmlakie some suac
rifice in return for tlie alhis'
YIELD WILL BE GREATER
THAN FIRST THOUGHT
FHlen;. Aug. 23.---Although great
daiiage was d(one' IoI the state'S croips
by the droullth this sultiner, the yield
will not be as little as at first
ihought, - ccorldiing to inforlmationii
which has bteen received here. It is
also d!clared the plercentage of catl
t!e thaill miust lhie shipped to other
pastures will e Inmuch smaller thani
I had been expect.ted.
HONESTY OF ORY 000DS
LEK IS REWAROED
(SpelciaI Uniitd Press Wire.)
Kansas C itv, 3l.. Aug. 23.----L. G.
SPee(k, a dry goods clerk, took a jaunlt
oil easy street when he found a p)1rsie
t containing $-i0} in caish iand $2,3lt
worth of jewelry. He returned it tio
IMrs. ('. O. Iolnaldston of Spokanlle.
who lost the pIrse while sholpping.
She rewarded t'Pik with the $500.00.
Bulletin Want Ads Get
Result. Phone 52.
(Continued From Page One.)
which sold rapidly to thouanuds of
consumers, who carried their pil'
chases away in baskets. or lacking
that. convenience, in IButte Daily
The carpenters are busy putting ip
more booths. some of which will be
screened and equipped with refrig
?ralors for meats and perishable
The bread man was doing a tre
Imendous busineiss this Illorning. lie
was about cleaned up at 11oo1n.
"Old Bill, the Blue1" was around
this forenoon picking out his stall
for next week. He says he is going
to sell a 15 cent bottle of blueing or
ammonia for S cents. -ie will get
ti it m'ayor' to give Ililll the necessaI'ry
bolttles from the city dtup,. Hill
feels that with an unlimited supply I
of amillonia and blueillg offered at
`t cents. thet new nlarket may be con
sidered a success. After Hill gets in
the ring. he says. old It. C. L. will
sootn be hanging on the ropes.
The fly-breeding manrite at the
rear of thi livery stable, which fronts
on Maiin street, butt openls at. the
hback on to thle alley next the market,
ilhs beeni ordere.d l emoved by the
sanitary officers. The crowds aboutli
the mlarket insist that the vicinity of
the putblic market is nlot the proper
place for a livery stable.
A noticeable fact this morning,
which imay or mlay not. have some
onnl)lectiontl with the ctrowds at tlhe
public market, is that there is a
unallimonus reduction in the figure' s
on the price tags which adornl fruit
and vegetables ill store \ i ndo\'s.
['Al l,).\1D OF S;'G(.%1 ,EIZED
Chicago, Aug. 2:.---l'tederal agents
late yesterlday seized a carload of
sugaiir, it being the firsl actual seizure
by governmllnt agents ill the cmi
paiign against l Profiti, 'ritg. The car
load was seized in tie freight yards
aftelr ithe district attorney's office
hIad lrec:eiv\ed ilnformation that it was
to be moved last night. The owner
Sof the sugar' was arrested, making
ithe fourtih st ugr robber to be put inl
IIl ' l EL;I SEZEI StGAII.
Chicngo D)istrict Atlor'ney Clyne
hais nl0ou)ced that he1 will sell at
- the governmentlllll pr'i(ce the carload of
sugar hi seized yesterday. He( al
leges liie ' stga' hul))d bIell hliddeln ai
sonth, while it was being sold and
resold by speculators.,
('Cont inued Fronl Page One.)
When asked. if Mr. Kelly's charges
were tine., he archdtuke seemled
greaily flustered at his subject's "in
solenr',"' andt declared he would an
swer no such general questions. Fi,
nullay when the direct qlieslion was
putt by the lady. ('ooney hung up tlte
'eceiver' anlld thus ended lie con
T'fle cOlny oOlll y so e 'OsltliS, llls S t ily -
ve niuiiii(.iIced, tiare iplannint g to re
altppraise the vauluat iols upwardt
while Assessor iKelly has annouittnced
that in his efforts toward reallppr'aise
moll lie l'oposes to ma ke the hlew
vatllll ions smaller than at pIresent.
And in backing up his statementn,I
Kelly declares it is a physical illl
possibilily to increase the valuations.
as is l'proplosed by the coumissioners.
sitce the com lliissionels hiave already
reached the limnit.
.A.sessor Kelly was fratl in his
d(oulnciations of tlh coulllmissioersi'
for rlducting tie assessed valuations
on property held by the big real es
tate interests by frlom 20 to I50 Iper
ecrlt less tIhan the1 valualtionls fixed
by tihei' aSSSor's office. Atmong the
larlger' reducitions in valuaIti ills rlntdel
by 111( coIllllissiolne'rs, Mlr. Kelly cited
liutte Land & Investment, $175,
Tidewater Investment. $1 1.165.
Silver ltow, Land ndtl improve
' menit (Wilson ;Park), $30.861.
tButte l)evelopmlent anid HIoulet' A\d
Italy addition, $1.0,560.
Smith Investment, $24.71t ,
Wall & ,laclkman, $1,.tt77
('htarles E. Shewce, $1.s.i 3.
Btolever & BIrowl. $17,1.15.
.anes 11. Kintg. $7.113.
'ottal, $438.81 9.
IINI) .A ,II.i' t Et) STI lLL.
Trl'he ho]leI of [ormedrl ('aldc r. 1 S3
tiBilks aovenue, in the Daly addition,
was ratitled yesterday atllirllltoin by
Special Officers let iua anid Iluggan.
anlId an alleged whisky still andl a
quantity of iltaslt aind distilled liquor
DANIELS & BILBOA
Undertaer rs and lmbhalulmers
1235 Ei"ast Park St., Blutte. Phone 388
iResidence lPhone 1317-W.
Auto and Carriage IEquipument.
, Reliable nL'aderi'aker and Embalmer
8322 North Main Street
Candidates for Ofice
Montana Federation of Labor
SILVER BOW TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL
HELENA TRADES COUNCIL
CASCADE TRADES AND LABOR ASSEMBLY
AND VARIOUS LOCAL BODIES.
For President-Steve Ely, Sand Coulee, Mont.
For Vice President--J. C. Whiteley, Butte, Mont.
For Secretary-Treasurer--J. T. Taylor, Lehigh, Mont.
For Executive Board Member, Cascade District-Charles
Heximer, Great Falls, Mont.
IF YOU WANT WHAT YOU WANT WHEN YOU WANT IT
BULLETIN WANT ADS
CEN A WORD NO AD L'
1 CENT N ADVANCE LESS THAN 15 CENTS
MALE HELP WANTED
WANTED-Ambitious men to pre
pare for promotion. Apply In
ternational Correspondence School,
basement, No. I West Broadway.
ARE YOU SICK OR CRIPPLED?
A few treatments of CHIROPRAC
TIC will relieve you. At any rate
give it a trial. Quit drugs. Avoid
the operation. See Flora W. Emery,
Room 9, Silver Bow block.
W\ANT ED----All around butcher. F.
.1. Miller, 209 S. Main st., Liv
FEMALE HELP WANTED
k. I ihone n ub Ii to
(.d-lIIl for housewor"". hone 681U-,
after 5 p, In,
YOUI:NG girls desires light house
keeping work. 18180 Florence av.
Wanted to Rent or Lease
A StIl ':\ .l],S place to '·i i e hugs a id'
chickiens. ton 11 Il lletiii.
i iuired. Box I I Bulletin.
lTO IPlI'Rl ENT the luarmoriale's
l idustriial Maii lfact.ory. (real op
portlui itily for lady or g i'lntlenien to
;sell toilet artilee.'. S ,lid $15 an d
got co plellh agency outfit Ad
ii'ess liocco Mlir inorale. liiox 78 Lo
S VaIlley. I.. I. N -'w York.
\VAN'TE1 --, brigiht, (cipai ble ladies
toI.i Irav l. dilinoinstratl a;ind sell
dealers; $25 lto $5 per weelk; i rail
i.aro are " aidt. Wl'rite at once.
tGoo]rihlit Drug (t.. dept. 561, O)ula
MOE(l)EN. OIC'rSIDt)E IOOMS; every'!
conivenience also) 3--rmomua hlousme
kieping flati. IRates reosonable. 4 !)
I'.URNISHT ."I ro-,m wit i ,i V riatU faTu
ily. IPhlone ;land Ilmodern conven
iences. 14 S. Jac.ktson.
SING iLS ;lnd in suite'; $8 per
lllnth and up. (t1 Ulah a ve.
$1I I-'WAII) for return of suit
ccaset anld canvas sack; lost on road
)(4 'eteal W\ise 1ilrlm- and lButte. Aug.
1 1. 821 . Quartlz -t . Butte.
WANTED TO BORROW
ON GOOD) security, $100. 61!1
ar[is.---l issig slnce. 1887, the
lody of a illa wai discolvereil in ua
asl reservoir at I)reux. The iluan.
h(:dy aund clothing were wonutldrfully
preserved. and in his lipocket was a
letter staling the was going to com
ON E famnil ice chest, 1 roll-top
writing desk, small; one baby go
cart, all in good condition. Inquire
702 W. Broadway.
FOIt S:kAI-- New South Bend Malle
able ranlge and heater. 2051
Johns av., phone. 5881-W.
JEWELRY and second-hand clotn
nlug for sale at Uncle Sam's Loan
Office, 11 S. Wyoming street.
P A 'P TR O N I Z E Tow-'y's Grocery.
Everything reasonable. 49 WV.
4-ROOM hoise with furniture. 1408
Jefferson at.. phone 5775-J.
BAI' B1UGGY in good condition.
Upstairs, 7021,% E. Broadway.
IiAVE- your own water saytenm.
W'(lls drilled on the flat. Water
guaranteed. Phone 3675-AI.
TVE TIIHOUISAND ;WORKERS
wanted to buy $5 worth of stocl
in TI' Rulletin Publishing Co.
PITIVATE garage. will hold from one
ro fourI" Il, inesll llc $10 per monttU.
Inunire 286 % E. PIark st., phono
SI0 ' -J.
MONEY TO ,OAN
SCIET YOIUR MONEY at 3 per cent on
ilamllonds, WatLhes, Jewelry, Lit)
orty bonds. Mose Lnlu, Upstairs
Jeweler. Two entrance --Main and
MONEY LOANED on diamonds,
watchesl , j1ewe'lry and Liberty bonds
att t reasonlble briate of illterest. Thu
Old Rleliable. 1 Sinion, 21 N. Main
(.I.EGG : $1.50 per room. 6458-W
before 9 a. In.
HAVE your children's hair cut at
E. J. Swaldner's baruur aaop,
133% W. Broadway.
Second Hand Goods Bought
tllGHEST prices paid for second
hand clothing, shoes, tools, jew
elry, etc. New and second hand
goods for sale. Globe New and
Second Hand Store. Phone 5140-J.
4 -South Wyoming.
What is Chiropractic? Newest and
greatest science for removing the
cause of disunse. Dr. J. D. Long and
Dr. U. W. Long, 126 Pounsylvania
Building. Phone 4077-W.
THAT old iat-Make it look like
new at the Nifty Hat Shop, 86 J
East Park St.
EXPRESSMAN'S headquarters. Ex
pressmen when you want them.
WANTED to buy, second-hand fur
uiture and stoves. Union Furni
ture Exchange, 248 E. Park, phone
HIGHEST PRICE paid for old cloth
ing, shoes, hats, trunks: tools.
CLEANERS AND DYERS
tMERICAN Dyeing & Cleaning Wks
ýRA1 Tno**iereyn - Phnnsa 1!
MADAME GU'Y has moved from 322
WV. Broadway to 101 E, Granite,
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