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Xkandma*» wire came this
morning and before dinner 1
had reffmshed her favorite
chair with Duco-two coats too/'
D UCO is famous for quick dry
ing. But that is not its only
advantage foe home decorating.
Hare at last you have a finish
that can be successfully applied by
anyone. Just brush it on.
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Try DUCO on faratau«, woodwork,
floor« or walla. Sm bow easily it
brush«« on, bow quickly It
dries, bow tbs brush marks dis
appear, and than the final bard.
finish (bat never chips.
peels, cracks or f ades.
Here are some of the things
you can do with DUCO:
■ fin ish the kitchen floor with
DUCO in the rooming and
gat lunch in the kitchen that
DUCO, without requiring the
use of any of the usual under
coats
—finish your automobile with
DUCO Saturday afternoon and
drive it that evening.
—do a perfect "white enamel w "
job on your wood w ork with
We carry DUCO in nixteen popular colon and black and
white. Any special «hade can be secured by intermixing.
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Voters Notice!
J. E. SKEES
514—9th Street North, Great Falls
wishes to announce to the voters that he is a candi
date for the nomination as Sheriff on the Demo- -
cratic ticket. —
This is his first entrance into the political game,
having never before sought public office.
His slogan is "Justice to All.
He will appreciate your support.
Adv. paid for by J- E. Skees
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For One Week Only
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50c
4 cans Trogan corn.
3 pounds Dried Pears.
4 Cans Bound's Tomatoes.
2—2 Vi pound Cans Silverdale Peaches
33 Cans Gold-dust Scouring Powder...
50*
50c
45c
25c
WALK TO DAHLS AND SAVE DOLLARS "
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Are as attractive to the man who wishes to build
cash reserve as they are to the man who has
up a
idle funds to invest temporarily.
The certificates pay 5 per cent interest, can be
had in any amount, and are always worth 100
cents on a dollar.
Come in and let us show you why they are so
popular with our patrons.
Farmers & Miners
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY FOR POSTAL
SAVINGS
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Items o/ the
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Among the visitors of the Moccasin
Experiment Station on the day of the
tour were Frank Sheldon and Wa 1 -
fred Sheldon of Tiger Batte who
make the tour every year and put It
into practise at their ranch the de
vices that appeal to them.
used the furrow drill this year and
are satisfied that it pays. In spite
of his poor health Mr. Sheldon ei;
joyed the trip and stood it well.
Mrs. David Pimperton and daugh
jter, Margaret were in town yesterday
shopping and visiting
The Brodle Coal mine has opened
again after a short vacation.
Norman Parker and family of Hob
son have been visiting relatives here
for a few days but will return to
Hobson this week.
Hank Lire of Rsynosford came
down on a business errand yesterday.
George and Howard Browning went
out to one of the J. B. Long ranches
last Sunday and shod eighteen horses.
They took Sam Orr along for com
pany. Howard returned to Raynes
ford Monday morning. The Brown-"
ings get calls from long distances to
They
i come and shoe horses. Some good
! sized towns are without horseshoors.
Mrs. Mulligan and Miss Mulligan,
■ sister and niece of John Van Dikej
I left on Tuesday for their home in
Brooklyn, New York.
Mrs. Shroeder who has been visit
ing friends in Helena for the pasr
few weeks, returned home Sunday.
Esther Johnson motored to Lewis
town for a visit with friends over the
week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Winston mo
tored to Big Timber on Friday. He
is a delegate to the States Fireman's
Convention.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shannon were
Belt visitors for a few hours y«ter-|«
l^y ^
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Robertson and'
Pauline Polutnik motored to Great
Falla W ednesd a y ,
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Clergy drove
to Great Falls Sunday to call on
friends. *—•
Ella Graybeal of the Deaconess
hospital came out Saturday lo visit
her parents Dr. and Mrs. Graybeal
Miss Harriet Rice is home from
St. Peter's hospital for a few days
on a visit. She is a student nurse in
the hospital in Helena.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mclnnis of
Rocky Ridge were in Belt a
hours Sunday visiting friends.
Tuesday, August Third is the day
of the Primary Election. Y«nir vote
;is of importance to your friend*.
Mike Flood of Tiger Butt ntten
ded to business matters in Belt y
terday
Mr. and Mrs. Walter 0"'allnn : nd
f ew
children and Mr. and -Mrs. Jos-ph
Lcveille of Great Falls visited in Belt ]
a few hours on Saturday.
Voters
ATTENTION!
PLEASE
I am a candidate lor Countv Commissioner on the Republican
ticket. I have b'*cn a resident of Cascade County ht 32 years. ?
believe in good roads for farmers. I drove teams for years when
we had practically no roads and for that reason know what good
roads mean.
1 believe in Economy in pubbe business, the same as in privat«'
business and in order to make it effective it must begin with th<
governing body.
It is my opinion that quite a saving can he made to the ta} pay
ers in conducting the County's business, beginning in the of lice of
County Commissioners and all through the different departments,
and the work to be done efficiently. If nominated and elected I
pledge myself to do all in my power, with my colleagues, to seive
the people of Cascade county to the best of my ability and under
standing.
With this assurance I respectfully ask you for your vote and
support. Yours for economy in public business.
J. M. Jensen
(Paid advertising by J. M. Jensen.)
JAMES HOTEL
Roy A. Johnson
Candidate for
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REPRESENTATIVE
REPUBLICAN TICKET
Paid Adv. by Roy A. Johnson
Country Representation
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Jude Rubber
Farmer Candidate
For
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
-On the
Republican ticket
Paid Political Advrtislng by Jude Hubber
Wholesale and retail coal on sale'
at the Brodie mine. None better. J.
Brodie and Son.
\1 Mettler of Great Falls made a
professional visit to the city Wed
nesday.
I .aura Spogen is home after an
auto trip to Canada and the coast
with friends.
Mrs. Frank E. Wilbur and little
and Mrs. R. W. Drain of St.
Joseph, Mo. who is spending the
summer here, have returned from a
two week's visit in Utica, Montana.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Johnson, Mrs.
Fred Johnson and daughters, Esther
son
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nd Ed Brodl f' by
I Miss Florence and Rosalie Calons
8 »* 1 * ** w * ekend **£■*•*
visiting with Clara and Evelyn La
lon e who are atte nding sum m er
'school there.
Order your next ton of coal from
Brodie'«.
Mrs. R. H. Bemis and daughter,
Misa Elsie, accompanied by Ralph
(adv.)
J * 8 »>' Mrs - ' * rand "°"'
iting friends in Oinrad and Dupuyer
Creek and Hart-harick nnd Jurcak
and Simonis and K birs-»j; did the
h™ 0 " f(>r Little Bcl!
this week.
I am a candidate for re-election 1
the State Legislature and will ap- j
proeiate your support in the Demo-1
F. L.I
to
cratic Primary, August 3rd.
(Paid Political Ad)
At the park List Sunday Sprit.■*,
Creek beat Little BHt ai H isehull^
by a score of 17 to 14. M ircinko and
Irwin were the Bntt'r:.' for Spring
Graybill.
MARCELLING
Second door below the Twy Laun
dry. Jessie Sampson, Pbme 89W
150 PAIRS
of Men's and Boys' Shoes
ODDS AND ENDS—-COPELAND RYDERS—CENT
RALS—NEW DAWN—MARSH AND CHAPKLlNE—
ALL GOOD SHOES—MUST GO REGARDLESS OF
PRICE. WE ARE GOING TO CLEAN UP ON THESE
SHOES—IF WE CAN FIT YOU, YOU CAN MAKE A
REAL SAVING— COME IN AND LOOK THEM OVER.
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- Just Received A New Shipment of ■ "
Ladies' Men's and Children's Hose
The famous "Arrowhead"—The newest and best shades.
Specials for Saturday
25 lbs. Extra Selected Spuds
24 lbs- Rex or Sapphire Flour
26 lbs. Cane Sugar ...
25 lbs. Beet Sugar
.66c
_$ 1.16
.$2.26
.$2.00
McCONKEY MERCANTILE CO.
The Healey brothers are driving a
Willya-Knight Sedan of the latest
model and have disposed of their,
c<,le 8 - 1
Mrs. Petrine and son, Pot Terrine
of Cascade are visiting at the homo
of Mr. and Mrs, Domonic Spogen.
- Tom Noble visited his family at ;
Logging Creek last Sunday.
Lots of binding twine is being sold
j by the local merchants but the con:
j bines are cutting the sale somewhat.
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New Fall Styles
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The old summer straw has had its
day and now for your new Stetson
USE YOUR HEAD!!
when you hoy your hat—not merely as a .
place to rest it—think whether it will wear
well, whether it is becoming—whether you .
will be satisfied.
Qur advice to thoughtful men is to wear
< a Stetson—There is no substitute.
Cone in and see the new Stetson styles.
Hamrnent Bros .
ST. MARK'S CATHOLIC CHURCH.
g unday *.(,<,<>1 2 o'clock p. m.
F ; r8t Ma „, g O . c j ock
High,Mass 10:30 A. M.
Benediction 7:30 P. M.
CHR8TIAN CHURCH
Sunday School at 10:30 A. M.
Morning Worship and Communion
at 11:30 P. M.
Christian Endeavor at 7:30 P. M.
Preaching services g P, M.
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