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Anaconda Standard (Newspaper) - September 23, 1920, Anaconda, MontanaThe Anaconda Standard thursday september 23, 1920. A just cant be beat states Tacoma Man conductor feels full of new life and Energy since taking Tarlac. A i have gained Twenty pounds in weight in Little More than a month and i am feeling Fine As i Ever did in my life and Tarlac is the cause of it All a said a. Storman 1309 South fifteenth st., Tacoma Wash. A a for several years i have been bothered with rheumatism in my shoulders and right Arm and my joints ached so bad i could hardly do my work. In cold weather i was in almost constant pain and it was impossible for me to sleep to do any Good. Then several months ago. Due to overwork and to my badly rundown condition my health just seemed to break Down All at once. I lost my appetite my stomach went Back on me and i began to lose in weight rapidly. I could t touch a bite for breakfast and i could hardly retain anything i ate at other meals. I suffered with terrible cramps in my stomach and i would bloat up with Gas until i Felt miserable. It was a Job for me to get around and i got so weak i just Felt All in. A a when i saw what Tarlac was doing for so Many other Motorman and conductors i decided to give it a trial. Four bottles of Tarlac Are All i have taken and today i have been built up More than i Ever thought was possible. There is not a Trace of rheumatism in my system that i can Tell and i i have free use of my arms and shoulders once More. My stomach was never in better shape than it is right now and i can eat anything on the table without any trouble at alb i sleep like a log at night and every morning after a Hearty breakfast i am ready for work and i can work twice As Good now As i could Tarlac is sold in Anaconda by Fuller drug co. And in Butte by Newbro drug . It will not Cost you anything to have y our Teeth and Gums examined we can Tell you if your general health is Bel or affected and what should be done. Highest class dental wore at reasonable prices our sets of Teeth have a natural appearance Are Light and comfortable. We have made Over 5,000 sets in Butte. Making More today them Ever. There is a reason. Finest Gold crowns finest Gold Bridge work Beautiful Gold fillings done to neglect your health and appearance references by the thousand. All work receives my personal attention. Or. F. A. Ironside dentists 16 n. Main st., Butte. Largest dental office in Montana. Standard want ads for results fide Protection l residents petition county for water and May organize volunteers. Seeking to provide better Protection for l Loral Park residents of that District wore Busy yesterday circulating petitions asking for the installation of tire plugs. The petitions were freely signed it was reported and will de presented to the county commissioners. The county will be asked to install five fire plugs at once and charge the expense to the District. In the meantime a Volunteer fire department will be organized and 1,000 feet of fire Hose purchased. The Floral Park Community club has endorsed the plan. During the last two years it is declared there have been four fires in Homes and three of these proved disastrous through Lack of facilities to fight fire. The District lies without the City limits. In 1914 the addition was opened and building restrictions upon the Sale of lots Lent uniformity to the construction of houses. Each House was placed 16 feet from the property line allowing ample space for lawns and some very Tine houses have been built there. Doe family his three of its members jailed John Doe charged with trying to run Down a Banner carrying picket escaped conviction in the Butte police court yesterday the evidence failing to show any injury or any intent to injure on the part of Doe. Jennie Doe. Charged with drunkenness Drew a $10 Fine but on account of her not having offended during the past three years the Fine was suspended. Jessie Doe no relation to Jennie or John was accused of vagrancy under the state Law. She asked for a jury trial. There is no provision for a jury trial in the police court so the Case was dismissed but Jessie did no to get her Liberty. She was held for the county court. Pat Sullivan charged with allowing gambling in his place of business 184 East Park Street will have a trial tomorrow. Mrs Grigg favors Liberal awards mrs. T. A. Grigg returned from Helena yesterday where she was one of the judges of the Fine arts exhibition at the state fair with the impression that More Liberal prizes to Amateur painters at the state exhibit would do much to encourage a larger representation of their work. Mrs. Grigg said that the exhibit this year was far larger than the one of a year ago and that some remarkably Fine work was shown. Forti Butte teachers have taught to tears Maddock makes report to International chamber of Commerce. Forty Grade teachers in the Butte Public schools have had 20 year teaching experience and 225 have had More than one years experience., according to a report prepared by w. E. Maddock in reply to a questionnaire 1 from the National committee of the chamber of Commerce. Only four teachers have had just one year s experience. Preparations of the Butte teachers for their tasks is shown in the report. At least two years of College or Spe Elal training have been taken by 204 teachers. Only 26 have had one year i or less of specialization above the. High schools. Or. Maddock. Report also gives a comparison of salary figures. Ii m of police chief Pexa Anteri Daal ovulate of cd Al Tufa a amp sprur of Mas amp us the Amit a to on Gojo Cotoc Attu Yaju a Axuk a Aucul to amp Fuk a amp a cruet Una Infa Juarl. Acc Adbul ams Ablest Apo to 3. 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Ccvfcam2> Cumz jul to Auer Trtol amt Vnetta amt did a amp Tad 3m Foniri Fol amp Fecjo Vottus amp Nufo a fists of ii Boort. , am a to to by Juu cry Nomad Al Atala in. The Boh / chief of police Jerry Murphy a a panned to o of his officers in police court yesterday for making an arrest without adequate grounds. The chiefs action was prompted by the testimony of officer Nyland in the Case of John Doe and Herbert warring charged with fighting. When officer Nyland was put on the stand he said he had not seen the men fight did no to know that they had been fighting but that they Quot looked As if they had been because one of them had some blood on his hand a Quot Why do you arrest men if you have nothing against them a demanded the chief of police. A a Why waste the time of the court and your own and humiliate people by an arrest if you have nothing to Back it up a the court ordered the two men discharged. Doe is said to be an Anaconda boy. The Young men were neat and self respecting in appearance. The officers admitted that the men were not drunk and that the Only ground for holding them was the bloody and Cut hand of Doe who said he had Hurt himself by falling against a piece of Glass. Tige Sheehan who with one Pat Crowe was charged with annoying Sam Lucas by trying to break into his Cabin was in police court yesterday but his hearing was postponed until today. Lucas withdrew his charge against Crewe saying that he a had a talk with him and Quot was satisfied Crowe did t have anything to do with Cavan aug Lff comm i nos. Thomas f. Cavanaugh and Yotal Cummings were married yesterday at the Home of the Bride 205 aluminium Street by Robert Ornsby Justice of the peace. Witnesses were John cum i mings and Myrtle Smith. Or. And mrs. Cavanaugh will reside at 1004 South Wyoming Street. Or. Cavanaugh was in the marines during the War. He is an employee of the a. C. J m. Company. We Are showing the newest fall suits w o have in our stocks the newest and most desirable of the fall suits All of the Bih Standard of Quality known to Connell garments and All made distinctive and individual by some Clever adaptation of Belt or Collar or in trimming effects. Such materials As Silverton velour Evora cloth Dave ten and Duvet de lame Are the most popular when enriched by fur collars Jim cuffs. Our models Are mod Ricoo brately priced from. A in Luu dresses for every need both styles and fabrics possess an atmosphere for fall. Satin., tricorn Trivolette Serges and Duvet yes make rip our showings of dresses in models that will Appeal to women who appreciate smartness combined with real service giving Quality. Tunic skirts unusual sashes and novel collars Are some of the distinctive features noticeable in c1q.50 to stocks. They Are priced from. To 11/= a i us a third floor. Distinctive millinery individuality to a High degree has been attained in the hats we Are offering in our millinery Salon. They Are one of a kind models and Are shown in the latest styles in Jill colors shapes and sizes. A third floor. Tractive smocks $3.95 hero Are pretty smocks of Linen Himalaya and crepes shown in wanted Plain and combination colors. Assorted trimmings of yarn and embroidery All size regularly priced at $4.9 5 and $5.95. Special. A third floor. New sweaters $3.95 new sweaters of All Wool in slip of. Re relation and Tuxedo styles Plain knit in wanted shades also some in filet effects. A third floor. $8.95 new Sha Lettes Here arc the Ever popular Shaw Lottes in goodly a Orma Ancl they Are Plain knit and of brushed Wool in wanted Plain and combination colors finished with pockets belts and fringed a Quot do two new lines cd of and at. A third foor. $8.95� $11.50 sport Hose silk and Wool Golf Hose Iii Heather to mixtures. Ladies sport a tip i Golf Hose of finest Wool seamless with double sole and Heel Plain Heather to a shades. sport and Golf Hose of finest Wool seamless with double sole and Heel ribbed in Heather shades $3.25 a Quot a $3.75 Wool Hose in Brown tan and Navy with contrast ing silk clocking i o a Hirst floor. Lingerie ribbons lingerie ribbons of finest Satin in Pink Light Blue Brown Navy Rose Lavender Delft and White nos. To 3. Yard. A first floor. Continuing the Sale of Sample linens we will continue today the Sale of Linen samples direct from. The factories in Inland Scotland. Included Are table cloths napkins table tops Linen towels crashes Art linens coloured table cloths these samples will be sold at regular wholesale prices. A first floor. Georgette crepes specially priced Georgette crepe of Fine Quality to inches wide in Black White and colors. Special Yard. $1.95 72�?~cto15c Georgette crepe in the newest color combinations 40 inches wide. Special Yard. Cord trimmings heavy cords All wanted col 15c _ 20c 25c _ 65c 50c a 65c $2.48 ors. Yard. Tassels of finest silk. Tassels of Chenille tassels of thread from. First floor. Told and Silver 35c a 65c a first floor. A or Butte Montana sept. 21, 1920. Beginning today the Banks of Butte will discontinue paying out Canadian Silver and request that their customers Deposit at once whatever Canadian coins they May have on hand As after sept. 23 it will in necessary to discount the Canadian Silver coins to prevent them from being sent in from outside Points. W. A. Clark amp brother first National Bank metals Bank amp Trust co., Silver Bow National Bank Yegen bros., Bankers users savings Bank amp Trust want ads for Quick results

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