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"IT'S SNACK TIME"
From the looks on the faces of the lovely ladies sitting in MARY'S LUNCH ROOM, 624 North Beaumont, at meal-time, Mary's home-cooked meals must be good. Well, here's the real reason. A delicious chicken dinner served for 25c or 30c with all the trimmings.   . A Home-Cooked Plate Lunch, 25c -- Sandwiches of all kinds served every hour, on the hour and plenty of Cold Drinks. MARY'S Sunday Special Chicken Dinner is worth "crowing about". Try one...   Roosevelt Hunt, Prop. 

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7th ANNIVERSARY NIP -- Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Petty on the left, enjoys a nip with Atty. David Grant and the madam, on their seventh anniversary at the Elk's Rest. Ben Austin of the Careful-Calumet Cab Company, seems to have Atty. Grant's conversation at heart from the expression his face shows. Now wonder what the big problem is. 

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AMBROSE & CO. 
430 So.13TH - CH.4741 - ST.LOUIS,MO.
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