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- V M ■*• i - - k - i i I m WSÙ 2 ^-.. —■ a, 9 W ■ À I r Dry Goods Specials LADIES' WHITE WAISTS —Regular $1.50 Values— While They Last LADIES' TRICOLETTE AND GEORGETTE BLOUSES —Actual Values to 17.25— This Week at \ 1 25c 98c # BOYS' MIDDY SUITS —Regular Price $1-50— 50c Special at LADIES KHAKI COLORED SKIRTS —Regular Price $2.50— Special This Week * 75c LADIES GINGHAM AND . PERCALE APRONS All Colors, Different Styles 98c Special at LADIES DOTTED VOILE DRESSES Regular Price $2.65— V $1.95 Sale Price t LADIES SLEEVELESS SWEATERS —Regular Price $3.50— $2.76 Sale Price r t m jfea . ....65c __86c .85c .96c .......$1.06 .J1.10 .$1.10 EeaçLcî», Gallon Cans . Chc.^nî?, Gallon Cans. - Blackberries, Gallon Cans ...... Goes berries. Gallon Cans . Bteftborrhs, Gallon Cans . Strawberries, Gallon Cana . R idpl ri?a, Gallon Cans s'ouï. To,'sizes, 2 Packages for 1 Sample Package Free Poats Bran, 2 Packages for 1 Package Post Toasties Free 25c ...86c I IT O COA I. COMPANY fm Announcing Better Roads X J. (W*o4r) H. C. CHO WEN Woodward Republican Candidate >) FOR (Mellta District Curt i Resident of Cascade County for Forty Years. I I — Kusinfts* readm bring raamlt* If Dr J. W. Qraybeal r m PHYSICIAN AMD SURGDDN i First X-Ray ■ «ours: Wlo 12, 21« 4 -V f . limn t i ..|5f iü i£ Gordon Ferguson Candidate for COUNTY COMMISSIONER : < ü I W%. Wk The farmers, with one or their number on the Board of County Commissioners, would feel that they were represented by someone who had been through the ups and downs of a farmers life and who understands their conditions as they really exist. I believe that the Board should convene only long enough to conduct the business of the county in an effici ent and economical manner I am the only candidate for County Commissioner on the Republican ticket living outside of the city of Great Falls. " —I = H I Kindly Favor— t JULIUS WUERTHNERI Republican Candidate for STATE LEGISLATURE I 5 IF ELECTED• l will tndtavr I» fairly and htnetlly rtpmtul my conttitmtmcy = Political Advartixiaf Paid Car by Julia, Waartbaar • n<iiiiiiiiimitiiiiiiiiiiiitt>iiii>iiiiNiiiittiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiimiiiiittiiitiiiimiiiitiiiii(£ ♦ ♦ + ♦ + ♦ + + •»•♦ + + + ♦♦♦♦ + ♦ t ❖ INDUSTRIAL REVIEW ♦ * + + + + + + + + + + + + + + SUNBURST—"Tip" O'Neill build ing 2,600 barrel topping plant here. LAUREL—Mid-West Refining Co. pays cash bonus of $20,000 to Laurel people. POLSON—New passenger boat is' launched on Flathead lake. Craft wtH 4 make connections with Great North ern trains at Somers and Poison. L LAUREL—Drilling resumed at the American Indian well. Rig of the Sanctuary Oil company, Pakowki, Lake district, recently de stroyed by fire, has beefti rebuilt and drilling will be resumed at 2,000 feet. GREAT FALLS—Three-story bus iness building and lodge home will be built by Knights of Oohunbua at cost in excess of $100,000. SAVOY—Bridge to be built over Milk river near here. LIBBY—Improvements on power plant of Libby Water à Electric Oo„ nearing completion. $3,000 spent on r OLD DOC BIRO says V ■ is. r Wj* Xi g / » I*? >• £ 2 T here isn't" ^ >MonK \vtt\e w ruWVe :l \V* ^ J CorK AcrevN » SkÊKÊ-Mepüirrd f* UNTIL THEY W8A« LIKE IRON Louis MitcM at m tmmm 4 7 pipe tine work and other improve ments at plant will total an addition M1 12,600. =-r!"'V!f Take Your Tax Bills to the Polls and Nominate J. E. Erickson lor Governor I i 4 < Business enterprises are languishing, the development of the State's resources is being retarded, ruin and bankruptcy are facing the farming industry of the State; taxee have in creased to a point where they are well nigh confiscatory I believe that the greatest service which can be done for the people of Montana at this time is to check the present extrava gant and reckless expenditures of the public funds."— J. E Erickson. 7 ■ : :* 1 I ' 1 ■ The Dixon Administration With Wanton Wastefulness * Here Is the Evidence - You Are the Jury aim a On March 1, 1918, Montana had a balance on hand of_ On March 1, 1919, we had a Deficiency of. On March 1, 1920, this Deficiency was. By June 30, 1921. the Dixon Administration had raised this Deficiency to.. By June 30. 1922, the Dixon Administration had [ boosted it to . _____ By June 90, 1924, the same administration had further increased our indebtedness ft ' - 1193,46» l-'. . ■ $49,706 9968,181 Ï $1,282,927 $2,762,471 $3,898,547 ¥ POUR YEARS Of BOON EXTRA VAOANOB HA VI O60T US HOSE THAN 88,800,066.90, » AMOTION TO NEW REVENUES PROVIDES "If nommmité and elected Governor, / shall msitt that THIS STATE SHALL UVE WITHIN ITS INCOME" — J. E. Erickson. « says» now y fkutia the Tour chefea. s ± « mm _ _ . 0 To Our Friends —— —. / AND THE PUBLIC IN GENERAL The Old Park to Parie Oarage, formerly run by Straight A Everson will be managed and run in the future by Straight A Marquardt. We guarantee all our work as in the past. We Try To Please. We handle all Auto Accessories, Oil and Gasoline. Kindly Call and Try Our Service. I*. C. A. Straight E. J. Marquardt ✓ 9 COLGAN'S CASH MEAT MARKET . Beef Front Quarters, per pound. Smoked Hams, sugar cured, skinned, pound ...27c Bacon, per pound Weiners, Bologna and Ham Bologna at 22 Vic .. 8 c 20c to 25c HONEST WEIGHTS. D. COLGAN, Prop.