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Classified Ad Department
This classified ad department is started for the benefit of those
who desire to take advantage of the best advertising medium in the
State. Have you anything to sell or exchange? This paper will assist
you in getting in touch with the right party. Have you feed grain,
fruit or farm produce of any kind, blooded stock or chickens, tractors,
- automobiles, farm machinery, land-anything? There are 25,000
E farmers who subscribe to this paper Headlines will be furnished
for different subject within limitations. Rates are three cents per
r word for every issue. Count the words and send enclosed with money
E order. All ads should reach this office Saturday before issue.
PLTISE MENIT W TITS.
HAY FOR SALE
FOR SALE-40 tons good prairie
hav. $25 on cars, Medina. C. G.
Sand, Medina, North Dakota.
ALFALFA HAY
Get Prices. Tel. 372.
NATIONAL PRODUCE CO
15th Street North and 9th Ave.
Great Falls, Montana.
-
FINE H.AY FOR SALE-1SO0 tons,
one year crop upland, cut early.
Reasonable price. Write Fred C.
Olson, Braddock, N. D. R. 2, Box
48.
BALED HIAY FOR SALE-At $18 to -
$20 per ton f. o. b. denhoff, N. D.
My hay is all good. Prompt ship
ments; full weights. $50 advance
per car required, or may be deposit
ed in First National Bank, McClusky,
N. D. Balance to be paid when car
gets to your station. Better keep
this ad. J. Hempel, Denhoff, N. D.
REGARDING H A Y- Eventually,
why not now? Robert L. Rowell,
Great Falls, Mont. Weight and
grade guaranteed.
HAY AND LAND FOR SALE-Up
land (Red River Valley) Hay $19,
..$20 and $21 per ton, f.o.b. cars on
my personal grading. Order with
bankers' O. K. or draft on arrival
with bill of lading. Clay Co. farms
$100 per acre down to $25. Latter
could be fenced and watered, and
would pasture about 75 cattle on
each 160. One whole sec. (square)
fenced and watered for sale
O. G. FARSDALE, Glyndon, Minn.
(The Farsdale Land Agency)
LIVESTOCK
QUALITY CHESTER WHITES-I
have lowered the price and raised
the quality. Boars and gilts far
-' mwed-frnm April to July at $25 to
$50. They will please you. Pedil
grees furnished. M. H. Bapp,
Twete, Montana.
POULTRY
FOR SALE-White Wyandotte cock
erels, $2. J. W. McIntosh, Rosebud,
Montana.
FOR SALF--Pure Bred Rose Comb
Brown Leghorn Cockerels. First
grades $2, seconds $1.50. Box 465,
Harlowtown, Montana.
FOR SALE-White Rock Cockerels.
,250. John W. Pratt, Kalispell,
1Mout. R. 3.
IMI'ERIAL WHITE PEKIN DUCKS:
full blooded, well mated, for sale
in pens of 6 ducks and 1 drake at
$1.25 per duck. if taken within 10
days. John W. Rice, L. B. 21, Ovan
do. Montana.
FENCE POSTS
FENCE POSTS-Direct to farmers
.10 cents f o. b. cars Trout Creek,
Mont. Cyrill DeClercq, Box 48,
Trout Creek, Montana.
FENCE POSTS-Direct to farmers.
f. o. b. DeBorgia. Write Gustaf
Palm, DeBlorgia, Mont.
N Il.TE for delivered prices on Cedar
posts. Pay after unloading. J. B.
t(verton. Sagle. Idaho.
MISCELLANEOUS
WANTED-to buy unimproved relin
quishment. Address Box 4, Wibaux,
Montana.
SHORT STORIES WANTED.
EARN $25 weekly, spare time, writ
ing for newspapers, magazines.
Experience unnecessary. Details
free. Press Syndicate, 588, St.
Louis, Mo.
HAY, GRAIN AND POTATOES
WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY--On
carload lots of Hlay. Grain and Po
tatoes. Get our prices before buying
O. B. Nelsnn Co.. 1I17 C'=ntral Ave.
ELEVATOR MANAGER WANTED.
WANTED-A good, experienced live
wire manager for a cooperative
elevator handling grain, potatoes,
feed, flour and coal. Good salary
for the right man. A. M. Dunton,
Secy-Treas, Bagley, Minnesota.
FOR SALE-Garage in thriving Mon
tana town, big territory. Over
land agency with complete repair
department doing good business.
e other interts to look after.
reason for selling. Address Box
199, Great Falls, Mont.
FOR SALE-Rumely Oil Pull, 30-60;
Rumley Ideal Separator, 40-64;
Deere Disc Plow, 3 gang, 18 blade,
plowed 450 acres. Engine and
separator under shed, all machinery
in good shape. Write or come nad
asee Rudolph Undi, Malta, Mina.
AGENTS WANTED-In all com
munities to take orders for the
new Nonpartisan League book,
"Modern Poems for Modern Peo
ple." Book contains League songs
and poems, also a number of poems
on general subjects. This book has
the endorsement of all League of
ficials and every League member
will want one of them. Send $1 for
copy of book and terms to agents.
No delivery necessary. Address
Florence Borner, Route 1, Bismarck,
N. D.
WANTED TO BUY-Pair plain
chaps. Give price and details first
letter. Address box 199, Great
Falls, Montana.
FARM LANDS
FARM BARGAIN-On account of
poor health will sell my 600 acre
farm for $45 per acre with improve
ments worth $12,000. One third
cash. J. B. Dutee, Warwick, N. D.
IF YOU WANT to sell or exchange
your property, write, JOHN J.
BLACK, 121 Street, Chippewa
Falls, Wisconsin.
FOR S A L E-Relinquishment, 320
acres; 150 to plow; good spring;
three horses and buildings. Mrs.
W. H. Jones, Beebe, Montana
FOR SALE-For $3500. $1500 cash,
splendid 160 acre farm, 70 acres fall
grain, 90 acres pasture. Big
spring; $1500 improvements. Good
alfalfa land. Reason for selling,
old age. John Kostecka, Perma,
Montana.
BUY A FARM THAT PAYS
Crop failure on this Farmn is Sm
paslible-318 acres of first class land.
No stone or gravel, all fenced and
cross fenced, good house and fair out
buildings. Part under cultivation. 100
acres under irrigation of which 45
acres is b'uejoint hay medow. Only
1'. miles to town, splendid opening
to go into the Milk and Diary business.
We are selling our milk at 15c.
I will sell everything as it stands:
including Horses and full line of Farm
-Machinery. Six head of Cattle, Twenty
P. It. Chickens, Twenty tons or more of
'Iluejoint Hay, as well as some Corn
'Fodder. Household goods, Po w er
Washing outfit as well as all kinds of
Farm tools. Other business is taking
Sup all my time. Will give possession
at any time after 30 days. I am living
on the Farm and will be glad to show
to any one or answer your question by
mail. My price for a short time is $45
lper acre with $4,500 cash balance to
suit.
IM .O. MALMIN,
lBox 203. Sneo, Mont.
PLEASE DISCONTINUE my ad as I
have sold all my cockerels. Yours
Respectfully, John W. Pratt, Route
3, Kalispell.
David J. Ryan
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Steele Building
GREAT FALLS
PHONES, Office 6988
Res. 8353
Mother's Life
Saver and
Father's
Little Helper '
Just the power for running Cream
ISeparators, Washing Machines,
Ice Cream Freezers, Grain Graders,
Churns, Grindstones, Pumps, Water
Supply Systems, Sprayers, Bone Grin
ders, Corn Shellers, Fanning Mills,
and all the little jobs at the house or
barn.
"HAFFA-HORS" ENGINE
Is a woman's engine. Just step on
the foot pedal to start it. Costs less
than 3c an hour to run, Weighs only
62 lbs. Speed adjusted to suit job
while running. Ball bearing. Impos
sible to overheat. All moving parts
safely closed. Guaranteed to please
or money refunded. Write for cir
cular.
E. L. VINEYARD
IRRIGATION, POWER AND FARM
MACHINERY.
GREAT FALI. MONTANA
FURS
r HIDES
Ship to us and receive the
highest prices ever paid.
W e beat th e Easter n
houses dud you get honest
gradings. No disappoint
mients, quick cash returns.
Let you next shipment be T
to us. You will be agree
ably surprised at the re
turns. WVrite today for
price liat and shipping
tags. G
ti
Cured His Rupture
I was badly ruptured while lifting
a trunk several years ago. Doctors E
said my only hope of cure was an op- G
oration. Trusses did me no good. Fi-G
nall I got hold of some tIng that
quicky and completely cured me. ti
Years have been passed and the rap- ,
ture has never returned ,although I
am doing hard work as a carpenter. .
There was no operation, no lost time,
no trouble. I have nothing to sell, but
will give full information about hown
you may find a complete cure without
operation, ifyou write to me, Eugened
M. Pullen, Carpenter, 702 F Maellus
Avenue, Manasquan, N. J. Better cut
out this notice and show it to any L
others who are ruptured-you may
save a life or at least step the misery
of rupture and the worry and danger a
of an operation.
t
HIDES FURS I1
HIGBHESTIN HISTORY OF -
THE BUSINESS
Small shipments receive fall
value. I
S...Write for price st and ship
I ping tags. i
C BOSTON HIDE, WOOL , FUR CO.
SWRIXON & AGNBW
,= Great Falls, Moeat.
P.O. Box 1684 Telephonae 6521
. 11111IIlIllililliilillil lilIlllltllIIIlIIfII
- ARMERS WIDE AWAKE
SThe farmers and labor in Mon
tana are wide awake They can
see who it is advertising In the
paper fighting for what is right
and will do business with those
who advertise in this paper be
cause they believe in co-operation.
p Eggs Wanted
For strictly fresh eggs we are paying
60c PER DOZEN
f 1 . o. b. Great Falls.
SGet in touch with us.
A. Equity Market
-FA. E. Mulford, Mgr. Great Falls.
SFor Good Ranch Butter
WE PAY 57%4 cents
THE LITTLE T1ISTER
Bell Power Trans
mitter for FORD &
DODGE CARS
twists everything
hard but your
Spocketbook. The
most convenient and satisfactory
power for light and medium jobs. Sold
on 10 days trial. $14.75 f.ob. Salina.
Write for free circular. Dept. 7..
Frank R. Weisgerber. Saline. Kansas
NEGLECTING THAT
COLD OR COUGH?,f
Why, when Dr. King's New
Discovery so promptly
checks it
I T'S natural you don't want to be
careless and let that old cold or
cough drag on or that new attack
develop seriously. Not when you can
get such a proved successful remedy
as Dr. King's New Discovery. i
Cold, cough, grippe, croup does not i
resist this standard reliever very long.
Its quality is as high today as it al
ways has been-and it's been growing 1I
steadily in popularity for more than I
fifty years. 60c and $1.20 a bottle at 1
all druggists.
Tardy Bowels, Inert Liver
They just won't let you put "pep"
into your work or play. Sick head
ache comes from retaining waste
matter and impurities in the body.
Feel right for anything-make the
liver lively, the bowels function re
gularly, with Dr. King's New Life
Pills. Smoothly yet positively they
produce results that cleanse the sys
ten and make the liver and bowels
respond to the demands of a strong,
healthy body. Still 25c-at all drug
gists. Try them tonight.
BELGRADE GRAIN GROWERS WANT
ALL FARMERS MEETINGS HELD
DURINC CO-OPERATORS CONGRESS
To the Montana Grain Growers,
Great Falls, Montana.
Be it resolved by the BELGRADE local of the Montana Grain
Growers that:
It is unanimously agreed that you be and are hereby requested to
postpone the annual stockholders' meeting of this corporation set
for January 6th, 1920 at Great Falls, and hold it during the week of
Co-operator's congress, for the reasons that it will be more con
venitent for the farmers and save the time and expense of repeated
trips to attend all the meetings to be held in Great Falls.
Committee :
Willard Knadler, Belgrade.
Archie M. Martin, Belgrade.
W. DeHoog, Manhattan.
Editor, Montana Nonpartisan, a
Great Falls, Montana.
Gentlemen:
In support of the above resolu- a
tion, which we want you to puhlish,
permit me to add that it works a
hardship on us farmers not ollly
linancially in making so many trips
to Great Falls, but also that it is
well nigh impossible to ootam tne t
help for caring for our stuff at home
during our repeated absence.
Also, the various organizations
such as the Grange, the Nonpartisan
League, the Montana Grain Growers
the Farmers' Union, the American
Society of Equity and its various .
activities labor under the fear that
probably there will not be enough of
the membership present to make a
quorum to do business.
In numerous instances, farmers are
interested in more than one of these
organizations and companies, often in
three or even four of them. That we
farmers must learn to attend to the
business end of our organizations is
sadly apparent. We all should bring
our influence to bear with the parti
cular organizations to which we be
long to work to the end of holding
these annual gatherings in one week,
if possible, and perhaps shift them
to various cities in the state, so that
the immense educational feature may
be assessible to a large number each
succeeding year.
The saving of repeated trips and
fares is quite an item in the aggreg
ate, and this year especially very few
of us can ,.fford to go to just one
even. The holding of a joint con
gress will faciliate the matter of pro
curing speakers of wide renown and
superlative ability and will auto
matically draw a large attendance, as
suring all o:; activities a more de
mocraiic admi istration. Many farm
ers have alrs idy expressed them
selves and requested that each con
ser himself obliged to get in touch
v9th their particular organiizationl
and do it at once.
Respectfully yours,
W. De Hoog.
Manhatten, Montana.
--0
FURTHER PROOF THAT
COPPER COMPANY IMPS
HAVE LIED WILFULLY
December 4, 1919.
Editor Montana Nonpartisan,
Great Falls, Montana.
Dear Sir:
Answering inquiry as to whether
or not the proposed initiative Work
man's Compensation Law now being
urged by the Montana Labor Leagrie,
requires Employers to hire employees
only upon and after a physical exami
nation, I desire to say. Have examin
ed the proposed measure carefully
and minutely. The law contains no
such provision. Neither by express
terms or by implication is there any
hint of such a requirement.
In this as in all other laws a phy
sical examination might be necessary
to determine the extent of the dis
ability after the injury has occured,
but not oherwise.
Very truly,
James L. Wallace.
Attorney-at-law, Missoula, Mont.
CRY OF "STOP THIEF"
IS VERY OLD DODGE.
-0
The frantic yells of the lying
press of Montana about North
Dakota taxes is done for the sole
purpose of distracting attention
from taxes in Montana..... The tax
burden has been shifted to the
farmers in this state, and instead
of discussing the enormous in
crease of the farmers taxes here,
and how the Old Gang in this
state has tried to let the wealthy
e corporations get by without pay
ing taxes on two-thirds of their
property, the Gang press belches
forth a full page of lies about
North Dakota taxes, paid for by
the Montana Loyalty League. A
lot of people who with the most
patriotic intentions donated
money to this Brigand headed
bandit organization which is seek
ing to protect a lot of the tax
dodging outlaws of Montana, will
not relish the way their money
was spent.
THREE THINGS MONTANA
;e KEPT PRESS "FORGETS"
-0
In howling about North Dak
2 ota taxes bear in mind there are
y three vital things the Montana
- Kept Press and Loyalty League
s never mention. 1st, that under
SLeague laws the farmers get paid
for the dockage in grain which
amounts to more money received
by the farmer than all his taxes
amount to.....2nd, the Bank of
North Dakota saves the farmers
of the state more in interest every
year than all the taxes paid by
farmer and business men.....3rd,
the state hail insurance law in
North Dakota saved the farmers
more than all state taxes amount
to.....And in conclusion there has
been a bigger increase in the taxes
of farners in Montana than in
North Dakota.....Watch the fig
ures in this and later issues of
the Montana Nonpartisan and you
will see proof for this statement.
ANOTHER AITORNEY
DECLARES PHYSICAL'
EXAMINATION BUNll
The National Nonpartisan League,
Montana Branch,
Great Falls, Montana.
Gentlemen:
Your letter of November 25th re
lative to the Initiative Compensation
Bill was received a few days ago and
contents noted.
I have again thoroughly examined
the Initiative Compensation Bill for
the sole purpose of ascertaining
whether or not it contains a "Phy
sical Examination Clause," and I will
say without any reservations that it
does not contain any "Physical
Examination Clause," whatsoever.
You may publish or do anything
you desire with this letter, I am
Very trt-iw yours,
-I. A. X'mdtiKV
Attorney-at-law, Butte, Mont.
HORSE HIDES $5 TO $7
Furs-Hides-Furs-Hides- Furs- Hides-Furs
We want Hides and Furs for which we pay the highest prices AS SOON
AS RECEIVED.
We have no traveling men with large saleris and expenses, or on a coln
mission basis, buying for us which big epenses other wholesale dealers
MUST GET FROM THE HIDES and FURS IN PRICES, WEIGHTS AND
GRADINGS. Every Hide and every Fur is voluntarily sent us and ALL
SHIPMENTS, LARGE or SMALL receive careful attention and are paid
full value.
We have the largest business in direct shipments of any firm in our
line in Montana WHICH MEANS SATISFIED CUSTOMERS. Send for
"How to Prepare Hides and Furs for shipment" and a supply of shipping
tags.
A trial of our service will be appreciated. You make no mistake in
shipping to the old reliable.
AMERICAN HIDE & FUR CO.
E. L. VINEYARD, Proprietor.
313-315 Third Avenue South. Great Falls, Montana.
REFERENCES: Dun's, Bradstreet's or any Bank in Montana
Redeemed From
Tobacco Habit
Free Book Tells How to Banish
Craving in 48 to 72 Hours
It is safe to say that the :Irc-C'
man wleo rises toirb,'o in any fi,"ni hi
no idea of the anunt iof har-rn it li
creatiting in his systenm-of the ;umb1 e
of ways it is slowly hult surely ,,l,
miiinitg his health. If his did he wruil
make every possible effort to oit rid
of the nierv(s-tlirackinrg, health-de<ltriy
ing anrid expensive habit.
'l'ihi deal dly drugll, Niotine, v',ith is
the, a tLive ihrinci',le of toaaii cr o, ro , ls
it ke its usiL irt S) ];t t- r IoS. i ia'. Fo"
('iu . ltnr iv:.rettl , p il .fui o· f t. of o,1,
ich iw of plug or finll- ltt or I 1
snu.ff contains a certain ulna,. , ,f
, ri i tle i titl' drilug. Iir tinl i e ti "
, ,c,)r:,r.s fairly satu ratl-,1 writh i ,
thl n that natutre flashes o t ini ,
in-i e i; nat s. W ith one . in i' ..
loss of aletite. WYith manln' "
I strinlh trouble inl toh fotrim
its of the stomr teh ,t '...t ,n
ceiolnition a s t oftn t a1, d. to irl . .
ca .. r r of the soarm t or it, .., in."
S lther sym ri t- ls 1 tarell ti-etite-sti' ,
stI ,tion, severe hiiiadlitulie, e. ,+"
nirv usnsne , sleeplessr,- , irrita. li
laue: of conocrntration. general e ,i- -
it l los of will power, forget isr
n orther like atilunorte whi-h I -r a
rein's officierncy to, a ,uo'nt who" It Is
r ll:t to t itrs title for htm to -:.corn
plih the work whtich formery wras
TBut the evil effects rof tihacco ,, not
' stip at these 1minor ailments, di'rosrs
ins as they iare I4 thluutsand : utlon
thousands of cases hardening f 'h,"
arteries, tuberculesis, catarrbl andl
bronchial trouble are contribute-I to or
i seriously aggravated by tobacco Al
moost every day you read of sona prn
I minent man's sudden death eau-e, by
heart failure. It would alarm any
tobacco user if he only knew how
many of these heart failure cases are
the direst result of nicotine poisoning
caused by using tobaceo. Any doctor
will tell you that "tobace heart" io a
1 very frequent disorder. When he en
GET SLOAN'S FOR
YOUR PAIN RELIEF
You don't have to rub it in
to get quick, comfort
ing relief
Once you've tried it on that stiff
joint, sore muscle, sciatic pain, rheu
matic twinge, lame back, you'll find
a warm, soothing relief you never
thought a liniment could produce.
Won't stain the skin, leaves no
muss, wastes no time in applying,
sure to give quick results. A large
bottle means economy. Your own or
any other druggist has it. Get it to
day. 35c, 70c, $1.40.
Auctioneer
I will cry
sales any
where in the
Hamilton or
Missoula ter
ritory. Stock
sales a spec
ialty. League
m e m bers
should use ser
vices of Lea
gue auction
eer at fair
prices. Years
of experience. Always give satis
Faction.
W. R. DUNCAN
509 S. 3rd St. Hamilton, Mont.
STOP
USING
Tobacco and Snuff
S-Gold Seal No. 10-Is a guaranteed
vegetable treatment for the tabacco,
d snuff and cigarette habits. Sworn
affidavits and testimonials from
grateful men who have been cured
from the use of this poisonous
drug. Complies with pure food laws.
t Price of full treatment, $22.7- Our
book "A" tells why yo u-shoui -NOT
use tobacco or snuff. It is FREE,
FREE. Send right i. w. Cut this
advertisement out. Ar !ress,
I- TNLATND- rE lcal rA _
Bismarck, N. D.
'uttrers it he utters this solemn warn
Iri. ,'1\ou nu1 1 t quit ll T Ohal'o. Your
rt is gettinti in had shape. It is a
lit io, wv list ',in only i 'row' worse
lrg as yoiii hooiip on using tobacco.
1',n e al" shorlonirnt4 your d ;t arll thy
liv a'' w. yo ian expse, t tI, reLain
it'rl noromail heialilt is to le:t tobnrco
"ln iit it." Y'es, lut that Is frl ei.ier
'n iil B}ien Icl I ..l~any a, mani , nlowing
. it his h,.:alth--Sev'. B\ en l:ih life it
,.. atl stake1-- h', tr'it tn quit
'it I'oll tc to fitid ilai Ii I ner'.ous
\Il thin' of ihto eslx enstl ' 'T h of
r:rr o ' l-,:, : user lir t er thro i
i .'if t y A .. . it' , c. of
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ii' ii"' 'ic tot l 'i nv h iit 'i r' e irt
tic ir--? iT.,.l iil I Vtr.:itrt e t.i"r t.. 0
ri . a lay for the sn , I e,'riod
>ClI'unts toi t ,tii ,II.i .rl,( "aiy men
ý1,,1 ,I tw i., itnrld thr.-. tanr .-: that
't., , r tnha.InI. IH ,w n ltny an
i ., e i. t n, twi eta ily .t rI ,t c the
tesl'. - .t-troyin:, erTn.on iV-'tnd l r1 'r
l- 1 ." ' to -lt , ,. habit Ac, " , itrk
".r" lttri:.;hod atll -:,v ian for ',.'.c:t O
in nry" farm in 14 to 72 .lr -. It
r".:, , no cliff- rea,' li he ew 1,0,v yoll
ha ,v. tl"-, d tu l ;."" , how much ' you use
I or in wx ,tt fora 'a'oti use Ir, y leu will
finsl your tol,n"co hllnler l,.tavin youo
,ilm"'st fr'm the first dose. ,Results
pIo it iv-e'. " lunranteil et.
'Pit Ncw'el Pharmarail Comnany of
St. Louis. Mo, have just issued at most
rnt;restir .ie b.,k on the effects of
tobacco o'n the human system which
they wall send you free on request.
It tell.s you about "Tobacco RHedme'r"
sod how it absolutely baniobes the
tobacco habit and gives eO.vlnt.ag
proof thiat this wonderful reme#n dope
all that is claimed for it. Writ toe
for your free copy. Addoresae
iPharmaceal Co., Dept. 66. ,t. J1.
!Mo.--Adv.

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