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The Montana Cash Grocery Broadway and Montana Sts. Our aim,to please. Your patronage solicited. Swift's Pride washing powder, pkg. 25c; 2 for ... 49c Extra fancy Idaho spuds, 7 lb. 25c; 25 lb. 80c; 100 lb. for ..............----------------------------- ---.................................... $2.95 Red preserving tomatoes, per Ib. ....................... ..... 15c Fancy green preserving tomatoes, 4 Ib. .................. 25c Green peppers, per Ib. ...............................-----------------------.......20c Celery, Blue Ribbon, per bunch ..................----------------..........20c Peaches, per lb. 100; per case ............................----------------$1.35 SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE [ULLETIN. d3*HS@S ·e@@OSSS@SwgU·s@SS3O DtN .IHSW @@ H. REIDINGER The Empire Tailor RECE:NTLY REMOVED FROM 10 8. MONTANA ST. TO 1/12 8. DAKOTA ST., ACROSS STREET FROM SYMONS' DRY GOODS STORE, Th'ie qluality of' our W ,Ans. patteri's and lstyles (raiu)(l he . leanitii g. i, res, ig. lepa.irilig anild Reiodelinig. Your Paltronatge Solicited. H. REIDINGER 19>2 8. DAKOTA ST. Ai ,WU SA\\" II' N 'TIH, . IiULLF,1'L\ LEGAL NOTICES. ALIAS SUMMONS. In the District Court of the Second Judicial District of the State of ;Montana, il and for the County iof Silver Bow. Frances Wegnon, plaintiff, vs. J. C. Wagnon. defendant. The state of Montana sends greet ing to the above named defendant: You are hereby summoned to an swert the complaint in ihis ac:tion 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 menit will ie 'taken against youi by default, for the relief demanded in the complaint, as follows, to-wit: I. That plaintiff and defendant intermarlried at Bozel an, Montaia.i. on or about the 28th day of June. 1919, and ever since have been and are now husband and wife. II. That plaintiff has been a bona fide resident for more than one year preceding the comrn mencement of this action, to-wit, for more than one year immediately ipreceding the 27th day of August. 1919. Ill. That there are no children as the issue of the marriage between plaintiff and defendant, IV. That immediately after such marriage took place, plaintiff discov ered that the said defendant at the time of his marriage with plaintiff, as aforesaid, was physically incapa ble of entering into the marriage state; that the said defendant at the time of entering into said marriage was impotent by reason of an in herited disease. V. That the said physical iuca pacity of the said defendant arising from his diseasied condition as afore said was well known to defendant at the time of his marriage with plain tiff, as aforesaid, but was wholly un known to plaintiff. VI. That the said platntiff has beaeu informed and believes that the said physical incapacity of the saidl defendant still exists and is incur-i able and so charges the facts to he. Wherefore, plaintiff prays that thel marriage between plaintiff and de fendant be annulled according to the statute in such cases made and pro-~ vided. \W\itness my hand and the seal of said court this 4th day of September A. fI. 1919. OTIS LEE. Clerk. (Seal) By STEPHEN KELLY. Deputy Clerk. Joseph it. Griffin, Attorney for Plaintiff. ALIAS SU'MMONS~ In the District Court of the Secondt Judicial District of the State of Montana. in and for the County of Silver Bow. Estella H. Snow. plaintiff, vs. Frank E. Snow, defendant. The state of MIontana sends greet ing to the above named defendant: 'DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS All that can be said is that Father is clever You THOLJH T yOu Th-N JIcG' IS NNW OW YouR OH KY tT 5 ALL W RS SMART "IES7ER- UP' MRS VAN HVSBb6WD IS WE'RR A MOVE 40ODNE SStH MA 4'AY, SNmEAKINU1 OuT OnY IN sP(1E Ot -rth& BUT l4 IcNT EVofNME( tRIFFS! YOU ' W REDS' B1TT1R NOT TAKE A""A( MORE C$ANC.U rHNTS F4oME IS W4ERfF r 1 you BE-L.N ', , O I ANY VWAy WONT WORRJ 1 /_~~~Y~'-0 VH -+ ILIi 0 ,. STICK LEGAL NOTICES. You are hereby suminloned 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 suntllnns, exclusive of the day of service; and in case of your failure to appear or answer, udtg unent will be taken against you by default, for the relief demandeed in the colmplaint, which is as follows. to-wit: I. That plaintiff and defenltant intermarriod at Anaconda, Montana. on or about the 27th day of Novenm ber, 1917, and ever since have been and are now husband amdd wife. [1. That plaintiff has been for 0more thea1n one year immediately pre ceding the filing of this complaint. to-wit, for more than o1ne year prior' toi the 2i1th day of August. 1919, a bona fide resident of the state of M(ontana. Ill. That there is no issue of the marriage of plaintiff and defendant. IV. That for more than one yeal immediately preceding teo filing of this complaint. to-wit, for a period of tiie comnmencing during the month of July. 1918, and continiuing un lto the time of the filing of lhis complaint, the above named defend ant, at Butte. Monltana. did wilfully voluntarily and without cause and with the intent to desert plaintiff. desert and abandon her and ever since said time and up to the time of the filing of this complaint has continued to wilfully, voluntarily anc' without cause. desert and abandon plaintiff and to live separate and apart from her without reason oi cause and against her will and with out her consent. For a second and separate caus' of action against defendant, plaintiff alleges: 1. That plaintiff and defendant intermnarried at Anaconda. Montana on or about the 27th day of Novemn ber. 1917, and ever since have been and are now husband and wife. 11. That plaintiff has been fo; more than one year immediately preceding the filing of this corn plaint, to-wit, for more t!han one year prior to the 26th day of August 1919. a bona fide resident of the state of Montana. Ill. That there is no issue of the marriage of plaintiff and defendant 1V. That said defendant for more than one year last past, to-wit, since the 27th day of Novemher. 1917, ant for more than one year prior to the filing of this complaint, has neglect ed and refused by reason of his idle ness. profligacy and dissipation, ti provide for plaintiff the conmmon necessaries of life, though he is at able bodied man and able so to di and has compelled plaintiff to earn a living for her'self, notwithstanding the fact he is able to earn a livinr and support plaintiff as his wife and provide her with the commlnon nec essaries of life if he so desires. Wherefore. plaintiff prays that tile bonds of nlatrimony heretofore and now existing between plaintiff and MANY COURTMARTIALS IN OVERSEAS FORCES Paris, Sept. G.--Nine soldiers of the American expeditionary forces were hanged and one was shot for criminal offense during the war, it was revealed at the investigation of A. E. F. (ourtmartials by the con gressional Ommlllniltee, which is in qniring into war expenditures. Two hangings were for murder, seven for rape. of whom six were negroes, and one for desertion. Murder trials totalled 110. result ing in 62 convictions. one-fifth of the general courtlnartials were officers and the rest were enlisted men and welfare workers. ,Most of the offi cers were charged with'drunkenness and disorderly conduct. Investiga tion failed to establish that the offi cers received more lenient treatment than the enlisted men. Convictions resulted in 67 per cent of the officers' cases which went to trial and 77 per cent of the men tried were found guilty. Only one conscientious objector was trited. WOMEN ADMIT TO MORE YEARS THAN HAVE LIVED About 60 members of the local branch of the W. C. T. U. gathered in Good Templars' hall last night to observe the anniversary of the or '-" .., v ion. Those present were asked to contribute a penny for each y.lr ot Ineat irves, and judging by the response, many of the women )'i'ePent went back ont the usual pro ceedure and admitted to many more years than they had actually lived. Campfire girls of Grace 5M. E. church assisted in the exercises with songs; 'tad choruses. LEGAL NOTICES. defendant be dissolved and that plaintiff be allowed to resume her'; maiden name. Estella Hlulehan. Witness my hand and the seal of' said court this 4th day of September! A. D., 1919. OTIS LEE, Clerk. By STEPHEN KEI,LY, (Seal.) Deputy Clerk. Joseph H. Griffin, Attorney for Plaintiff. LEGAL. Montana Silver-Copper lining coun pany, Wallace, Idaho. Noti'ce to Deliquent. Stockholders . Office of the Montana Silver-Cop per Mining company, Wallace idaho, August 2~. 1919: Notice is hereby given that there! t is delinquent upon the following de-' scribed stock on account of an as-: sessment of two and one-half (2".,) ' mills per share levied on the 10th i day of. July. 1919, the several r amounts opposite the names of thIe "especiive shareholders, as follows. to-wit: Vamie. No. Cert. Shares. AnYmt. ,ihellin. Joe ..... 7 25.000 $62.50 lutcthings, V. S.. S 12,500 31.25' Broteleite, W.I,._ 13 12,500 31.25 Lynch. C.F.-S. CI...2 12.500 31.50 liolst, August .27 10. 1000 25.00 Holst, August .... 2S 5,000 12.50 , Stadler. Charle's..30 5.000 12.50 Stadler, iCharles..29 5,)000 12.50 F Stadler, ('harles..42 5,000 12.501 Lee, Wm .. ........3 6S 5.000 12.50) And in accordance with law, so nany shares of each parcel of such ;tock as may be necessary will bhe sold on the 20th (lay of September. 1919, at 7:30 p. m. of said day, at ,he office of the company, 607 Ce laar street. Wallace, Idaho, to pay Ihe delinquent assessment thereon, ogether with theI costs of adverLtis 'rig and expenses of sale. E. IR. TUIRK. Secretary- Treasurer Montana. Silver Co'pper Mining Company. Sept. 5-12-19. SH.ERI-l1FF'S SALE. A-I 1290. Martin Lisa, plaintiff, vs. Hayes Cannon and Mary Cannon, defend tilts. To be sold at sheriff's sale. on the 20th day of September. A. . 1919, it 2 o'clock p. m., at the front door if the court.house in the city of Butte, county of Silver Bow, state '-f Montana, the following described teal property, to-wit: "1Lot numbered eight (8) in blockr tumbered five (5), Plymonuth addi lion to the city of Butte, Silver Bow :ounty. Montana." "'Lot numbered five (5) in bloclk rumbered twenty-one (21), of Ihei Original Butte Townsite, Silver Bowi :onunty, Montana.." "'Lot numbered two (2) in block I umnbered three (3) of the Mayflow 'r addition, to the city of Butte, Sil ver Bow county, Montana."' "Lots numered nine (9). ten (10)! rand eleven (11 ) in block numbered seven (7) of the Cohban's addition, \o. 1. to the city of Butte, Silver Bow cournty. Montana." , "Lot. nnumbered one (1) in bloc:( lrimbered fifty-five (55) of the Original Townsite of Butte, Silver Bow county. Montana.." JOHN K. O'ROURKE. Jheriff Silver Bow County, Montana. By D. J. O'CONNOR. Deputy sheriff. Dated at Butte, August 28th A. D. 91irst .blication 9-6-19---3t. First publication 9-6-19---3t. MARKET REVIEW 1 H H ýY H ý ..H Y ý ý ýH H ýIY M H ý ýYI-M ý OH ýY Y 1 - - - CHICAGO MARKETS. hear . i1 1b GIRAIN AND I'l.OYlilOrhs., weil Chicago, Sept. 5..-.- Slauifest lack 17.7 if confidence on the part of holders. @1 ogether with complete ai ab-.orce of ) 1: iny aggressive bluying. led to sharp nelr tew declines today in thie cornl iar- calv Let. Prices closed Iheavy, 2'- e to !$6.7 s1%c net lower, with Se'ptember at stee 11.60/) to $1.60,t and l)ceember at $6.; 1.28% to $1.28: .. (t)ts lost 1 1c S 0 13/s @ 1' ic. Tn provisions the out- tiro ome varied from 75c off to i, rise of! $12 l0c. i$sc8 Fresh weakness that developed at .f he outset in the corln Iirade carried chol )ecember and May qulickly to neW tlnoi ow price records for the season. At i imes a demand fromn shorts whio, wished to collect profits brought C about moderate rallies. but 1tie up-l 3,01 :urlns were not of a lasting sort. lop Oats, like corn. were forced down hea by liquidating sales. May diropped unt o the lowest price yet this season. wei Provisions gave wily with cereals ing and hogs. Conllliission houise sell- par ing of lard broadenled out ti a not-;pig: able degree, and affected pork and t ribs. astno ('ash. feec Corn - No. 2 mixed. $1.671@ i;ie 1.671/; No. 2 yellow. $firstname.lastname@example.org. 7 and Oats - No. 2 white, 6. i 9 i70c; $1( No. 3 white, 67 @- 691'i • 15. Rye- --No. 2, $1. 350 .1.3t1i. '$1 Barley--$1.23 411 l.'37 u7 Timothy--$8.50 it 11. hei Clover-Nonl inal. 2; Pork--Noiinial. vo ye Lard-$26.40 0' 26.55. $1l Ribs-$21.50 ( 22.50. <:to Buntter, Eggs and Ioultryl. Butter---Steady Crieamery, 41i t lanl SIc. shI Eggs--eceiptll i 1 1.73 c ass; un- ';in changed. 12. Poultry---Unsettled.. Springs 329c: $7. fowls, 29@31c. $8. MINNIEAI'(IlS GRAIN. .Mo ilinneapolis, Sept. 5.- -Flour---- U.nchanged. Shipments 0,95I4 bar rels. 3arley-$1.0 3 @ 1. 3. - 1t Rye-No. 2, $1.35%( 1.35,. Blran--$40. 41 Wheat-Receipts 533 cars. com pared with 651 cars a year ago. 82 ('ash. No. 1 northern. $2.30(@2.50i 37 Corn-No. 3 yellow. $1.61 1.62. Oats-No. 3 white, 631% : 66(i/c. Flax - $5.24 @i 5.16. c'1' l LIVESTOCK CHIC(AGO. $1 Chicago, Sept. 5.-Flogs-- lReceipts. 1.3,000; unevenly steady to 25e lower ; than yesterday's average. Heavy, $email@example.com; medium, $1s9l 20: ell light, $18.75 @2 .110; light light, 23 $18.25 @19.50; heavy packing sows, smooth, $firstname.lastname@example.org; packing sows. ough, $15.50 0116; pigs, $15.501() Or 18.75. Cattle---Receilpts 10.000 : nmarket Oc strong. Beef steers, niediiiii andi 0 o-_ (11y HECK.) wl Iyron has a little jug, ii it's color is dark brown. lie fills it up with moonshline, And he carries it to town. to Chorus. hi lyron and his little jug, bl Always he keeps it handy. fa Ie, takes a couala dozen-swigs c: And thinks himself quite dandy. w, W; ,loe Fabian has a little jug, SI In color, too, dark brownish. p( When Joie tilts his little jug, iw HIe, too, becomes quite clownish. th iii Chorus. Joie and his little jug, Joie is the candy. Bult Joie's not the whole big show - HIis juggle is the dandy. Otto had a little jug, lie usually kept it filled. 1L 13ut on a dark, damp, stormy night u The liquid in it spilled. st Chorus. Otto and hllis little jug Otto fe!t quite badly. Ile gralbbed his hat, to a mroonshii line joiit. Our Otto then rushed madly. I Finis. - Joe anid tyronl. Otto, too. 'They loved th eir little juggies, •It il along (51lue Melia., Jack. And now they have tile buggies. STAtGI'; R1PlAOYEzi GAIN. A Qulebec. ('a:lda. Sep t. .5.-- SiglILt. ..illlploys anui i olltion I. ictulre opin- i -ltIors lhaei increased w,:ge!s $7 adl A c ,1 0 l a weelW . TIhis is the I'irst liu - ( I hese workersi ha\e been recognized re livy tiie Imiti tiigirs. ,M.1Y---N -- ..ria ElS, St. iouis. Seit. 5 -.---resilent \Vil -ion arri\vll htrmci carl t today flonl l Indianaliolis whilrre he spoke to a ltew thou.hllil Ilirsons yesterday. Bulletin BIloosters tlaould patronize hillletin advirtisers. eavy weight, choic, and prime, $16 51S; medium and good, $11.75 Gt 6; common. $email@example.com; light seight, good and choice, $13.75@ 7.75: connnon and medium, $9.25 c)13.75; butcher cattle, heifers, $7 t 13.75; cows, $firstname.lastname@example.org; can ers and cutters, $email@example.com; veal 'alves, $230 C 21 ; stocker steers. 6.75(r 10.25; western rantge, beef teers. $9@C15.75; cows and heifers. firstname.lastname@example.org. Sheep---Receipts. 44.000: market irmn. Lambs, 84 pounds down. i2.25 @ 15.2'5; culls and common. F8, 11.75; yearling wethers, $10.25 a 11.25; ewes, mediutm, good and hoice. $7.235 @8.59; culls and com uoa. $2.50 4; 6.50. Onmaha, Sept. 5.- -Hogs---Receilts 3,000: market steady to 35c lower; op $19.25. 1ulk, $email@example.com; eavy weiglt, $17.50 fi 15.50; medi mil weight. $18.5t )o 11.25; light weight, $17.75@(18.75; heavy pack ng sows, smooth, $17.i25@i 17.50; packing sows. rouigh, $17 0, 17.25; pigs, $1.5 S@18.75. i( attle--Receipts 4.800 butcher too'k, . low. steady: stockers and feeders, 25@.50c lower. lBeef steers, uedium and heavy weight, choice and )rime. $15.50 (f 17.50; commonl, $0loIll1; medium and good, $11;jC i5.51i; light weight, good and choice, $13.25 ,( 17.75: (eminit and medi im, $10.751@i 15.25; butcther cattle. lhifers, $11.255@13; cows. $7.25@( 12; cantrs and cutters. $firstname.lastname@example.org; veal calves. light aud hindy weight, $12.254@14: feeder stoers, $7$@13; :tocker .. cors, $76 10.2i 5. sheep --- Receipts, 13,10n1; fat lamtbs opeoiing sales1, 25C higher; sh:li p, steady: feedinig classes, slow aInd steady: Lamllb.;, 84 Ipounds down,. 12.75$@ 14.75; culls and colnimon, $7.75 (1 12.75; yearling wethers. $8.25 @)9.511; ewes, miedium and choice. $6.25 Ci 7.90; culls and uom u muon, $2.75(@)6. t MONEY MARKlET. New York, Septl. 5. lMercantile A pa per, 5i Ct@51/ per cent. Sterlintg---lemand, 417. cables. 417'. 9 'rancs l)cDmand, 823; cables. (l 821. Guihlers --Dlemand, 37 K. ; cables, 37 5-16. Lire- -temand. 9614; ucables, 962. Ala'rks I Demand, 41 ; cables, 4%. 'I'ine luans steady; ill (dates. 6 per cent : 1 IBi II Si! I, ;ll. Ne'w York. Sept. 5.--llar silver.' $1.13:1e. Mexican dolla s, 87%c. M1ETAl M.ARIKETS. New York, Sept. 5..--Copelr. finml; electrolytic, spot and September, 2 3 (ii0824 c. Antimony, $8.75. Lead, easy; spot. $email@example.com(0; October. $5.64t ((t(;..f Spelter, firmer;. slot $7.40 I w 7.651 ; October. $7.455 (@ 7.70. Bar silver, $1.13'x. i 1 FAMOUS WOMEN i --- 11 ir's. TIIIhrile, th "Illlue-Slocking." i The (?termn "bllue-stockillng," in.to vhich the wag andlll the hypocTitic lave crowdeld nlee than a little re roachli to woilan. camtle about in ;La imiple way. In Bath of the Eigh eceth centulry a certain literary geel lemian declining an invitation, his tostess cried, "\.'Wiy coime ill your lIne stockings!" Mlrs. T'hrale of lhe I amouls Ilath coteries was a very :harming "blue-stocking"; she was p vitty, gifted, a skilful hostess. She - vas admired and praised by l)r.i alnutel Johnson and Horqac V tal sole. Her hoitite still stanld in Bathiil i where the greatly-endowed men of " he cellturly im t iI11t thie iterary vo intgs by lMrs. Thlrale. UNDERTAKERS c )lDEATHS AND IFUNEIIALS. Pellette -- 'le a rran 'geiiments for he funeral of Hiram .lelletle have lot yet hteen ctompleted awaiting in t titetr ions front reitl ive:;. "l'tineral ,nuolncement will appeTar is later lapel s. DANIELS & BILBOA Undertakers and Enmbialmers 125 East Park St., Butte. Phone 388 Residence Phone 4817-W. Auto and Carriage Equipment. 'UNEIIA INOTICE. I)oovanII--The flunerall of the lat,' Anldrew D)onova ni, age 41 years, will take place tomor1'1'row ( Satudl'Lay ) mornling at 9 o'clock, at tlih family residence, 124 East Center street . (real), proceedillng to 1the St. Law relice chllulch, where imass will bei - celehratted at 9: 30 o'c:lock. Inter- C ment in tihe Catholic cemetiry. M1.r. D)oiiovan wtas a iiue1h11et of C l.noby Tent. No. 6. O. OT. T . 1lac- 1 ealees. Please take noticet' LARRY DUGGAN R.eliable Undertaker and Embalmer 822 North Main Street Phonp 7 . O, Candidates for O, fice OF THE Montana Federation of Labor - , " ,r_,j--- ENDORSED BY SILVER BOW TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL HELENA TRADES COUNCIL CASCADE TRADES AND LABOR ASSEMBLY AND VARIOUS LOCAL BODIES. For President--Steve Ely, Sand Coulee, klotlt. 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 USE' BULLETIN WANT ADS CENT A WORDNCE N A 1 CENTS IN ADVANCE LESS THAN 1AD 1 CEN IN AN 15CENT IALE HELP WANTED .... -------- - - WANTEl--Ambitio s men to pre pare for promotion. Apply In- all .ernational Correspondence School. iasement, No. 1 West Broadway. LRE YOU SICK OR CRIPPLED'? JE A few treatments of CHIROPRAC nIC will relieve you. At any rate ,ive it a trial. Quit drugs. Avoid he operation. See Flora W. Emery, FC toom 9, Silver Bow block. AGENTS WANTED - 10 REPRIESENT the Marmorale'9 Industrial Manufactory. Great op tortunity for lady or gentlemenai to [B ;ell toilet articles. Send $15 arnd ;et complete agency outfit. Ad-- Iress Rocco Malrmorale. Box 78 lou- V' rust Valley, L. 1., New York. NO USE QIlmUIIANGC anbout prices, they tmust be iuoved: 10 tailored ilits uncalled for. We do not allow Ihi n to accumuhtte. Ilig 4 Tailor,;,_ 17 W. Park atrect. iF( FURNISHED ROORMS 7 MO()DEIN. OUTSIDE ROOMS; every (convenlielnce; also 3-room1 house keeping flat. Rates reasonable. 41i, j1, W. Galena. FURI.NISHIED room with prl vate fain ily. Phone antld modern conven- - knees. 14 S. Jackson. FOR RENT PRIVATE garage, will hold from on. to four machines; $10 per month = Inuuire 281,/ E. Park st., houn, 240 1-J. "OIR RENT'--*-GNE ItOUSEKiEPING S' 1roo11m ill I'lnnsylvanlii bloclk. Ap pily at 267 und 266 Penlsylvania blk. IJ :1-R11OO1 HOUSE, l'tItNISHEIL Rent $14 per month. 511 iKel ier ave. ('all 5; 3 P]'ark, rear. Cl FOUI-room cotllag.e ao irfurnihed rooms. 107 \V. Qluatz r ;t.. Sher-. ONE LARGE FI'tNISIIED FIIONNT N lhouselkeepinlg rioiom. 317 E. lie' cu )r. ce' ONiE large, moderu furnished house 44 likeping room. :7 E. Mercury. PRIVATEIA garage. (,ll 4958-1I. CONTRACTORS H .---.-..------------*-*------*-*-------1 'TlOMASON ,iStOS.. Stvwcr Contrac - tors. All inds ( of exca\ating. 2:1,17 Florence ave. I'hone .3093-W. WANTED L,ITTI3.lE IIOV 1O CAItIE FOIl. Phone 5775-J. FINANCIAL FIVE THOUnA ND WORKEIR) wanted to buy $15 worth of stocl tin The Rulletln lubllshing Co. MONEY TO LTOAN GET YOUR MONEY at 3 per cent or B diamondls, watc'es, Jewelry, Lib erty bonds. Mose Linz, Upstairl Jeweler. Two entrances-Main an' Broadway. . MONEY LOANED on diamonds. watches, jewelry and Liberty bonds at a reasonable rate of interest. The Old Reliable. 1 Simon, 21 N. Main St. ______ _____ 14 FOR SALE 'IVE-rooni frame house, all newly fixed inside, sewer and sidewalk, 11 paid, big shades; cash, $900; on erms, $1,000. 1026 S. Gaylord, ear Second street. EWELRY and second-hand clotn ing for sale at Uncle Sam's Loan )ffice, 11 8. Wyoming street. +OUR rooms of furniture, horse wagon and harness; price reason eble. Hear 111411 S. Arizona. A AT O N I Z E Toway's Grocery. Everything reasonable. 49 W. 'oolman. 3AIBY BUGGY in good condition. Upstairs, 7021/ E. Broadway. ''ICtNITUIRE of four rooms. 101 S. \'Varrec. AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE '()lt) runalbout in good condition, just overhauled; clheap. Phone LOST L,)ST--PI'ltSIl CONTAINING $87. Will finder please return $50 and keep balance. Return to lulletin ,ffic' . TABLE BOARD \1AB31., IBOA tl) BY THE DAY, week or lmonth; holue cooking. 142 \. Granite. FURNITURE WANTED .ECONI)-HANI) FURNITURE AND ranges. City Furniture Exchange, 206 E1. Park street. Phone 6459-W. Paper Cleaning CLE(G; $1.50 per room. 6458-W before !I a. inm. SCAVENGERS NI;II'H ANI) DAY SCAVENGERS For city and county-Vaults and resspools a specialty. Perry & ['alon, 1037 lMaryland avenue. Phone 1175-'W. TONSORIAL HAVE your children's hair cut at E. J. Swaidner's barber shop, 133$ W. Broadway. Second Hand Goods Bought and Sold. HIGJIHEST prices paid for second hand clothing, shoes, tools, jew olry, etc. New and second hand goods for sale. Globe New and Second IHand Store. Phone 5140-J. 4 South Wyoming. CHIROPRACTORS What is Chiropiactic? Newest and greatest science for removing the cause of disease. Dr. . J. D. Long and Dr. I. \V. Long, 126 Pennsylvania Building. Phone 4077-W. HAT CLEANING THAT old hat-Make it look like new at the Nifty Hat Shop, 860 East Park St. TRANSFERS EXPRESSMAN'S headquarters. Ex pressmen when you want them. Phone 6404-J. SECOND-HAND FURNI TURE WANTED WANTED to buy, second-hand fur niture and stoves. Union Furni ture Exchange, 248 E. Park, phone 2783-J. HIGHEST PRICE paid for old cloth ing, shoes, hats, trunks, tools. Phone 8557-W CLEANERS AND DYERS kMERICAN Dyeing & Cleaning WkL. 1 41 3-arrienn -va Phone 151 CLEANING, pressing and repairing. VW. F. Van Weel. 843 Utah ave. PERSONAL MADAME (UY, spiritualist, meets e vry Sunday. Tuesday, Friday at 101 E. Granite, downstairs,.