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$5,250—Six-room modern home, Fourth avenue north,
provements all paid. Reasonable cash payment,
desired.
Paved district. lm
Balance monthly ir
Money to Loan on Improved City Property.
h. h. STANLEY COMPANY
IVt First National Bank Bldg.
Surety Bonds. Money to Loan.
LOANS LEAVING TOWN INSURANCE
{7,500 —Will buy one of the best homes In our city; located on paved
avenue; seven rooms, hardwood floors and Ivory finish in every room,
built -in features, sun parlor, garaje attached. Will sell furniture, too.
Himtelberger-Giivents Go.
GENERAL INSURANCE
1Î4 First National Bank Bids.
Terms.
Phone 4334
$5,300.00—Five-room bungalow, all built-in features; hardwood floors, all
nice large rooms; good location; cost $7,300.00. Terms. _____
$1,700.00—Seventeen-room apartment house, rent $100; present income ÇJïo.OO;
old established place; will make terms.
CITY LOANS INSURANCE BONDS RENTALS
FRARY & BURL1NÜAME
11 Third Street South
MOMEY TO LOAN
$2,000, $3,000, $4,000 to loan m Improved city property.
HICKMAN, 324 CENTRAL
• Money to Loan
LOTS! LOTS!
Indtasfariftl Sita, Business Lots
Residents Lots in all parts of the city—with
Water, Sewer, Cement Walks, Boulevards
TERMS
1-3 Cash, 1-3 in 1 year, 1-3 in 2 years
7 Per Cent Interest on Deferred Payments
The Gmg&ft Falls TowBsfe© Co.
91/2 Third Street South—First National
Bank Building
LOANS
HOLIDAY SPECIAL
RENTALS
Play Santa Claus to yourself. We offer for immediate sale, beautiful
bungalow, fully modern, including furniture and electric range, near park
and paving, Second avenue north, for less than cost of construction; on
terms like rent. A real snap. Investigate.
FIRST MORTGAGE LOAN COMPANY
Real Estate 601 Central Avenu« i*hone 6648
Insurance
LIVESTOCK
ABOUT 1500 good fine wool ewes for
sale. Inquire, James A. Johnson,
Shelby, Mont.
WANTED—Three 1400 lb. horses. P. O.
Box 391, or apply 427 Tenth a ve. So.
SPECIAL NOTICES
SAND COULEE coal for sale. Fone 8953.
GOOD Sand Coulee coal. Eklund. 4659.
BUY COAL now! F on e Weber, 7299.
COAL, quick de 1 iyerjTjJprices ri g ht.7331.
BUSINESS CHANCES
TEN-ROOM, close in, north side, room
ing house. Bargain on account of
sickness.
WATSON LAND CO.
311% Centr al Avenue.
$600 CASH will put you into a money
making restaurant. Ideal proposition
for man and wife. Quick sale.
DINING ROOM and kitchen for rent.
New Choteau House, Box 473,
Choteau, Mont.
24 WANTED—MISCELLANEOUS
WE BUT and trace used furniture.
Great Falls Fourniture Co. Fone 4129.
SECOND HAND furniture. W. Wilson.
808 First avenue south. Fone 4371.
•0 FOR SALE—FCBNITUBE
FURNITURE and rugs for five rooms,
with privilege of renting Jensen
apartment 302. Fone 6858.
FURNITURE complete for four-room
house, in first class condition. 1208
Fourth avenue south.
STROHBER upright grand piano for
sale. Price $150. Very easy terms.
Fone 5449.
COAL! WOOD, furniture for sale. 2100
Seventh avenue north.
FOB SALE—HOUSES
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THIS IS the neat little four-room mod
ern bungalow with hardwood floors,
built-in features, full lot and garage
which you have been looking for.
$3500 value. Our price only $2500.
EIGHT-ROOM modern home on Fourth
avenue north for sale at half price
on easy terms. The rents from this
property will pay for it in a short
time, interstate Realty, 509 First
N at'l B ank Bld g. .
TWO FREE TICKETS for "The Hot
tentot" at the Liberty today, will be
given to E. W. Splan, 8 Flat Iron
Apts., when he presents this ad at
the b ox off i ce.
MODERN HOME, 1305 Fourth avenue
north. Shade, apple trees, barn. No
incumberance.
« FABMS AND RELINQUISHMENTS
iTARMERS— 160 acres for rale in 20, 40
or 80 acre tracts. Heart art potato,
head lettuce, corn, fruit, dairy, stock
and poultry. On state highway. Tele
phone, electric power, and R. F. D.
County seat 3 miles. Terms.
F. Grlbbln, Weiser, Idaho.
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LOST AND FOUND
liOST—Box containing boy's suit be
tween Stukey ranch and city. Finder
please return to 1618 Second avenue
south,
toST— Small purse, on south side
street car, Thursday afternoon. Fone
7687.
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POULTRY AND EGGS
JTEW GOOD Black Minorca cockerels
and roosters. Single Comb and Rose
Comb. Martin Enger, Wayne, P. O.
_Belt, Montana.
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BOARD AND
ANTED—To board and room school
boy. Xnaulrt 18 Sixth street south.
• FOB BENT—FURNISHED HOUSES
FOR RENT—Three-room furnished
house, north side, close in, $20 per
month. No children. 5 Sixth street No.
STRICTLY modern five-room bungalow
with garage. Academy district. For
appointment, fone 5228.
ONE partly furnished 3-room house,
clos e in. Inquire 708 Fourth ave so.
THRÊÏ5 rooms in duplex house, semi
modern, close in. $25. 321 8th St. So.
TWO-ROOM furnished house for rent.
Inquire 519 Ninth avenue south.
THREE-ROOM furnished house. 1224
Seventh avenue north.
29 FOR «KNT— UNFURN'D HOUSES
FOR RENT—Strictly modern five-room
house. All newly decorated. Hardwood
floors. Garage. 1914 Central. $50 per
month. Call at §405 Central.
SEVEN-ROOM modern house, north
side, close in. Inquire, 501 First Na
tional Bank Bldg.
FOR RENT—Five-room modern house.
2305 Central avenue. Fone 8024, or
4108.
FIVE-ROOM modern house. Inquire at
1019 Fifth ave. north. Side entrance.
5-ROOM modern house for rent. Call
at 510 Fifth avenue s outh .
SIX-ROOM furnished house and
garage. Fone 9478.
4-ROOM house, north side. Fone 7991.
FOUR-RO O M house!~722 13th st reet~No.
SIX-ROOM ho us e. 1724 8th ave. No.
7-RÖÖM modern house. Fone 7238.
5 FOR RENT—FURNISHED APTS.
ELMORE HOTEL—New and strictly
modern guest rooms and furnished
apartments. Elevator and social room.
Sixth street and Central avenue.
STEÀM heated, clean, quiet, homey.
Abbey Apartments, 311% Central ave.
Fone G492.
MODERN two-room; hot water heat.
316 Fourth avenue north.
TWO-ROOM apartment. 526 Fifth ave
nue north.
«I FOR RENT—UNFURN'D APT8.
FOR RENT—Five-room strictly mod
ern brick apartment and garage.
Seventeenth street north._Fone 8503.
MODERN six-room apartment, 418!
Fourth street north. Inquire, Robert
Johnson, 407 Fifth avenue north
FOUR-ROOM modern apartment; gas
range. No. 3 Martha Apts. Fone 7774.
» FOR RENT— HOUSEK'P'G BOOMS
TWO modern housekeeping rooms. 722
Thirteenth street north._Fone 6948.
TWO nicely furnished housekeeping
rooms. 1408 Seventh avenue north.
TWO furnished housekeeping rooms;
adults. -525 Seventh avenue north.
THREE housekeeping rooms on ground
floor. 423 Fifth street north.
MODERN housekeeping room.
Second avenue north.
TWO ROOMS with heat and gas. 505
Fifth avenue south.
HOUSEKEEPING room. 920~ Third ave^
nue north.
Housekeep'g rooms, garage. 920 2 av. N.
HOUSEKEEPING room. 609 5th ave. S.
MEURICE, 520 First avenue north.
• FOR RENT—FURNISHED BOOMS
FOR RENT—Pleasant room In private
family. One or two professional
gentlemen preferred. 1807 Second ave
nue north. Fone 79M.
MODERN rooms. 315 Third street No.
MODERN room. 312 Fourth street No.
• FOB BENT—MISCELLANEOUS
TWO large office rooms, facing Cen
tral avenue; second floor. 5 Sixth
street north.
FOR RENT—Garage. 810
sue north.
:ond ave
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ALL IT COSTS IS A MINUTE OR TWO OF TOUR TIME
Scattered throughout the Want Ad columns of The Great Falls
Tri, tune every morning on this page are the names of Great Falls
people, telling them that if they will go to the box office of ths
Liberty theater with a copy of the Tribune Want Ad page contain
ing their names, they will receive two tickets free to the show play
lng that day.
Sooner or later—perhaps today—your name Is sure to appear.
Watch the Want Ad pages closely and enjoy a movie at no expensa
whatsoever.
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charge classified advertisements
to residence addresses.
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HELP WANTED—FEMALE
ELDERLY LADY to look after three
children, assist housework, while
mother works daytime. Board, room,
email wages. No washing. Call after
5 o'clock. 910 Fourth avenue south : _
MAKE $20 WEEKLY mailing circulars.
Complete instructions 20 cents. Varga
Supply Co., 608 East 16th Street, New
York City.
WANTED—Middle-aged lady to keep
house for bachelor. 209 Seventh ave
nue south.
WANTED—Girl for general house
work. W. F. Frary, 501 Fourth ave
nue north.
WANTED—Two waitresses at The Bee
Hive. Must be experienced or do not
apply.
RELIABLE woman for general house
work. 512 Fourth avenue north.
GIRL for general housework. 1918 Sec
ond avenue north. Fone 8039.
YOUNG GIRL for general housework.
Fone 6515.
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HELP WANTED—MALE
MEN WANTED
Truck driving, auto repairing, battery
ignition, vulcanizing, and welding.
Write for big free catalog and special
plan. Hemphill Auto & Engineering
School, 304 E. Pike & Melrose, Seattle,
Washington.
WANTED—Elderly man and wife on
ranch. Must be able to give hard work
and best references; active church
members preferred. Box 310, Tribune.
WANTED—Man to do chores for
board and room. 319 Fourth ave. So
WE HELP graduates get work. Y. M
C. A. Auto School, Los Angeles.
19 SITUATION WANTED—FEMALE
EXPERIENCED stenographer desires
permanent position. Box 301, Tribune.
WOMAN desires housework. Exper
ienced. Fone 8760.
WORK wanted as cook or housekeeper.
Box 637, City.
LADY wants day work. Fone 7735.
to SITUATION WANTED— MALE
WANTED—Steady position by sta
tionary steam engineer, capable to
handle any plant up to 100 horse
power. Experienced. References fur
nished. Write Box 67, Columbia Falls,
Montana.
ALL-AROUND country printer wants
job in good live town, western Mon
tana preferable. Write, stating wage
and size of town. Address Box 701,
Scobey, Montana.
ALL-AROUND butcher wants position.
Out of town preferred; satisfaction
guaranteed. Box 298, Tribune.
MUSICIANS—Cornet player and trap
drummer, would like position in good
orchestra. Box 305, Tribune.
EXPERIENCED gentleman wants po
sition as fireman for a steam heating
plant. Box 316, Tribune^
STRONG 16-year old boy wants home
on ranch at once. Box 307. Tribune.
MAN AND WIFE want work on ranch.
Box 312, Tribune.
WANTED—AGENTS
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OPPORTUNITY
We have limited number of splendid
openings for real live salesmen who
will devote either full or part time
to our work. We offer best policies
written at attractive rates. Liberal
commissions. Write today for full
Information.
Agency Department,
ILLINOIS BANKERS LIFE
ASSOCIATION,
Monmouth, Illinois.
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WANTED—SALESMEN
PALMOLIVE company requires the
services of a high class salesman for
eastern Montana territory. Write
Palmolive Company, 707 North Third
street, Minneapolis, Minn .
1 AUTOS FOR SALE
1919 BIG SIX Studebaker
1921 WHITE SIX Studebaker Coupe
1920 BUICK roadster
1919 BUICK touring car
1920 BUICK touring car
301 FIRST AVE. NORTH
DODGE touring car for sale, 1919;
A-l mechanically; all new cord tires;
runs and looks like new. Owner leav
ing town and must sell. Price $400.
Cash or terms. 627 Central. Fone 8953.
FOR SALE—Ford one-ton truck, worm
drive, 1922 model, equipped with
double transmission; cab and grain
bed. Appl y, Ada m SUmpert.
AUTO STORAGE
Great Falls Transfer Co.
1918 DODGE touring $350.00
1922 FORD touring $350.00
PRENTICE AUTO CO.
REO SPEED WAGON, $250. Two-ton
, Day-Elder truck, $750. 301 First ave
nue north.
CHIROPRACTOR
DR. F. X. OFF0RMAN, 19 years chlro.
practic experience. Nerve, chronic
diseases, kidney troubles, lumbago,
specialties. Correct X-Ray diagnosis.
Latest equipment, Just installed. Lady
assistant. 418% Central. Fone 4690.
Drs. Ö'Connell, Stanton Bank Bldg. 4626.
Dr. W. L. Ditto. Breeu Blk. Fone 8381.
PRIVATE LESSONS daily, 1 to 9 p. m.
Haisey Dancing Academy. Fone 4347.
S7 DRESSMAKING
QUICK, reasonable, experienced. 6956.
FOOT TROUBLES
DR. HULTBERG, opposite library. 6363.
HOMECRAFT WEAVING
I MAKE attractive rag rugs. Mrs.
Sonne. 1015 Third avenue south.
SHORTHAND REPORTER
DUDLEY CROWTHER, notary public.
210 Third street north. Fone 9406.
TAXIDERMIST AND FURRIER
FURS cleaned, repaired, relined, remod
eled. Expert tanners, work guaran
teel. Lotte3 & Haefer, 502 3rd Ave S.
Phone 8150.
^ WATKINS PRODUCTS
1512 Second avenue south. Fone 8042.
12 FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS
OTRÖN'S~~
for Wood amd Tr&osfer
2,000 cedar posts. 12% cents each.__
ON PRESENTATION of this paper at
the box office of the Liberty, P. L.
Edwards, 3509 Fifth avenue north, is
entitled to two free tickets for to
day's show.
TYPEWRITER, roll top desk, 2-horse
power electric motor, emery wheel
stand, drill press, air compressor and
air tank, line shafting and belts.
806 Central.
PIANOS moved *4.00
VAN OR TRUCK, per hour $2.00
FURNITURE stored and crated.
Great Fall3 Transfer Co.
FOR SALE—Men's work and dress
shoes. Cheap prices. The Bargain
Store, 13% Second street south.
FOR SALE—1600 shares Neihart Con
solidated Silver, 50 cents. Box 54,
City.
FOR MINING PROPS and ties, write
P. V. Klinke of Fortine, Montana.
BATH TUB, coal range, round oak
table^ 309 Fifth street south.
BUSCHËR-GRAND slide trombone,
new. Box 313, Tribune. _
Canaries, singers, females. 1301 1 ave. S.
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MONEY TO LOAN
WE LOAN MONEY on diamonds,
watches, jewelry and all valuables.
Great Falls Loan Co., 222 First jLve. S.
MONEY TO LOAN on Great Falls
property. Midkiff-Spalding Co., 205
Centrai avenue.
OIL ROYALTIES AND LEASES
A FEW DOLLARS properly invested
will make you independently rich.
We can sell you one percent royalty
in a field with wonderful possibili
ties at $1.50 per acre. Interstate
Realty, 509 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
ONE STRING of complete drilling tools
except boiler and engine. Standard
tools and joints. Located In Sunburst
Kevin field. Will reach me by mail
at Great Falls^ Perry Fox.
WANTED—Drilling lease, close to pro
duction. P. O. Box 266.
WANTED—Good oil leases and royal
ties. Box 288, Tribune.
PERSONAL
For information leading
to the identity of person or
persons operating wireless
spark sets without gov
ernment license or be
tween the hours of 7 to
10 p. m. Box 313, Tribune.
CONTRIBUTED BY A PEDES
TRIAN
First Auto Fiend: "Wadja get to
day?" L
Second Likewise: "Aw, Tiothin' ex
cept a kid oa a bike and a blind man."
NEWS OF MONTANA OILFIELDS
BERG REACHES
GAS SAND IN
NO. TWO WEL
Setting Casing Before Drill Is
Sent Deeper; Will Go
Down to Ellis.
The Ohio-Berg No. 2 well on sec
tion G-32-lw. iu the Kevin-Sunburst
field struck the gas sand of the Berg
No. I Friday night at 1,385 feet, ac
cording to a report from Shelby. The
flow of gas was not determined, op
erations being stopped to set casing.
The news that the Berg had struck
the gas sand was welcomed by oil
men due to the reports that the well
had failed to find the sand. It proved
to be lower than had been anticipated.
Eight-inch casing will be set and the
Ohio will then drill into the sand.
If production is not obtained here,
the hole will be continued through the
Kootenai to explore the Ellis to the
Madison. The first well was stopped
in the gas sand to give a gas supply
for Shelby. Even though^ as strong a
flow is obtained in the No. 2 well, it
is the intention to continue this well
to the lower formation.
Spokane-Sweet Grass well on sec
tion 27-33-lw. was repoi-ted to be
having difficulty carrying its casing.
Some trouble was encountered m un
der-reaming und it will probably be a
few days before it reaches the sand,
it was reported.
DriirReaches2,00Ö
Feet at Brush Creek
Well; Build Reservoir
Special to The Tribune.
Lewistown, Dec. 29.—ord has
been received from the Republic well
on the Brush creek dome in the Cat
Creek field, which was isolated during
the long period of extremely cold
weather and bad storms. In spite of
the heavy handicaps, the Peerless Oil
company's crew kept on drilling and
they have now carried the hole down
to the 2,000 foot level, just above the
Kilis sand where production is very
confidently expected by the manage
ment. It was impossible to truck out
tanks during the bad weather, but a
huge reservoir was constructed and
this will serve the purpose until tanks
can be built, as the company does not
intend to delay drilling in for anything.
The well is in section 2S-1G-2S.
The Brush Creek dome was looked
upon, in the early days of Cat Creek,
as about the best bet iu the latter
field and a number of companies were
formed to drill there. One, the Cat
Creek Consolidated, drilled to the first
sand but did not-get production, and
in the stage of development that had
then been reached, this gave the struc
ture a black eye. Of course conditions
have changed radically aince then. The
biggest production in Cat Creek has
been secured from the second sand and
the Ellis has also proved production.
From a geological point of view. Brush
Creek is an ideal structure. If pro
duction is obtained there it. will be a
big thing for th« Cat Creek field, as
this dome is extensive enough to make
quite a little district in itself.
ASKS $20,217 DAMAGES
Special to The Tribune.
Butte. Dec. 29.—James F. Carroll
filed suit against Joseph Russell here
Thursday asking $20.217 damages as
the result of injuries alleged to have
been sustained December 1»*5, when
the automobile of Russell is alleged to
have knocked Carroll down and in
jured him. It is also alleged that Rus
sell was driving on the wrong side of
the street when the accident occurred.
(Advertisement)
stockholders meeting
Notice is hereby given that the
annual meeting of the stockholders of
the Liberty Auto Bed company, a cor
poration. will be held ou the first, day
of January at 7:30 p. m. at its principal
place of business in the city of Great
Falls, in room No. 10 Thisted building,
for the purpose of electing directors
of said company and for the trans
action of any other business that may
come before the said meeting.
R. II. VINSON, President.
roundup ÄND cfirbqn cqal
Weideman Coal and Feed. Fone 4ol9.
Truck hauling, ashes, coal, sand and
gravel. I'hone 9767.
goal - all kinds - goal
City Coal Company. Phone 6922.
elks'tew year's dance
Saturday evening, December 30, for
Elks and invited friends.
"dance
Sun River, Saturday, December 30.
easy payment
Diamonds, watches, jewelry and
silverware. Make your own terms.
Crown Jewelry Co.. 225 Central ave.
STREET CAR NOTICE
All cars on all lines will run
until 1:30 a. m, New Year's
Eve. Great Falls Street Ry.
dance
Sand Coulee Dec. 30. Eddie's Orchestra.
~~~~llance
Fairfield Community hall, Fairfield,
Mont., Saturday, December 30.
We wish to express our sincere
thanks to the many friends who
tendered their assistance and sympathy
in the time of our husband and father's
illness and death.—Mrs. E. E. Tiff
and daughters.
joint installation
Mrs. Anna Jardine, past grand Es
ther, will install the officers of Olive
chapter No. 10 and Helen C. chapter
No. 71, Saturday, December 30, at
8 ». m.
Operations Resumed
at Montana Giant's
Well; Down 1,700 Ft.
Special to The Tribune.
Choteau, Dec. 29.—The Montana
Giant well, section 23-23-4 w. drilling
near Flume, resumed operations on
Saturday morning after being shut
down on account of the cold weather,
making the water supply impossible.
The well is now down around 1000
feet.
The officials expect to get into pro
duction around 1700 feet. A great
amount of interest i.H being shown in
this well, as it is drilling on the west
end of the Teton Ridge, the other
end of which will be tested as soon
as the weather will let the operators
get material on the ground. One well
on the east end has the derrick already
under construction.
Bowdoin Oil Resumes
Work After Shutdown
During Cold Weather
Special to The Tribune.
Malta. Dec. 29.—Drilling at the
Bowdoin Oil & Gas company well was
again resumed Wednesday morning and
will be pushed forward with all possible
haste. Work at this well was abandoned
some three weeks ago when the
weather reached the extreme cold
stage, because of not being able to
obtain sufficient water to run the large
boiler necessary for operation.
Water is being pumped from Nelson
reservoir, a half mile distant and when
the zero weather came it was impos
sible to keep the pipes open, but with
the fine weather of the last few days,
work was resumed. A large tank is be
ing installed which will furnish ample
water for several days' drilling should
the thermometer again reach the low
point.
When drilling was stopped the well
was down several hundred feet and
with favorable weather the drillers ex
pect to reach the oil bearing sands
within record time.
The Homestake people, who are
drilling some six miles north of this
well. are encountering considerable
trouble with gravel and huge boulders,
but according to reports, have about
overcome this trouble and with the
weather moderating they will make
fast progress.
The Phillips County Oil and Gas
company has moved its small rig to a
new location and are down some 200
feet in a new test well.
Material Is Shipped
for Test Well to Be
Drilled Near Choteau
Special to The Tribune.
Choteau, Dec. 29.—The material for
another well ou the Choteau structure
was shipped from Winnett this week
for Choteau by Walter Bright and asso
ciates, who expect to drill on the Sen
ator T. O. Larson ranch, north of
Choteau. Mr. Edwards, who has drilled
several wells in the Cat Creek field,
has taken the drilling contract for this
well, and states that as soon as the
material arrives he will at once start
operations.
A. B. Frick. the well known rig
builder, is in charge of erecting the
derrick, and within the next 10 days
work on this well will be started. This
makes an added assurance that the
Choteau structure will get a very good
test this coming year.
Gordon Campbell has everything
ready to start and the drilling crew on
the ground.
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Hyland Purchaser
of Royalties for
Imperial Interests
Edwin F. Hyland, a member of the
Gladys Belle staff, an who has inte
rests in the Imperial Royalties com
pany, has been named field repre
sentative of the company in the pur
I chase of royalty interests in the Mon
i tana fields.
I Due to the rules of the company
! limiting the royalty purchases to tracts
' in proven fields with wells of settled
j production and on leases operated
j either by Standard or large indepen
| dent companies, the purchases of the
I royalties will not be large at the
j present time, but several purchases
will be made during the coming sum
mer.
Mr, Hyland announces the purchase
by the company during the last week
of 40 acres at Eldorado, Ark., and a
tract at Haynesville and the Homer
field in Louisiana. The company now
has royalties under 150 producing
wells.
Parkersburg Starts
Five Cars Supplies
to Montana Fields
Five carloads of rig irons and steel
tanks are now enroute from Parkers
burg. W. Va., to the Kevin-Sunburst
field, according to William "Parkers
burg Bill" Bolden, Montana represen
tative of the Parkersburg Rig & Reel.
The additional supply of materials
will arrive within a short time and will
be ready for the spring trade in the
field. The Parkersburg will build a
large warehouse at Shelby, to be the
largest, oil supply warehouse in the
state. The new stock will go into this
warehouse, the Parkersburg warehouse
at Sunburst being now completely
stocked.
There is 100 tons of rig irons and
tanks in (his shipment, Mr. Bolden
said.
GENGER VISITOR
_ Elmer Genger of Fairfield, an offi
cial of the Fairfield Townsite company,
and a business man of that place, was
a visitor in Great Falls Friday. He
was accompanied by Mrs. Genger.
REALTY TRANSFERS*
Ada Prior Heldman to C. B. Roberts,
lot 3, block 251, townsite of Great
Falls, $1.
C. B. Roberts to John A. Niles, lot 3,
block 251, townsito of Great Falls, $1.
John A. Niles to Phoebe A. Niles,
lot 3, block 251, town of Great Falls, $1.
First State Bank of Cascade to
Gustave J. Elmer, land in township 18
north, range 3 west, 786.46 acres, $1.
Fred C. Andretta to William Throm,
lot 8, section 1, township 20 north, range
2 west, 25.60 acres, $1. .
John F. Sweeney to Thomas« Hital,
land tn township 20 north, range 6
•Mt, $1.
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FIRMS COMBINE
IN OIL TEST OF
LOMA STRATA
$20 Bill and Hager-Stevenson
Spud in Well to Prove
Structure.
Th« test well of the §20 Bill Syndi
cate and Hager-Stevenson Oil com
pany, on the Loma structure, section
0-25-9 E., was spudded in Thursday af
ternoon. The rig is now completely
housed in for protection from the
weather and no further delays from
this cause are anticipated.
• The test of the Loma structure is
considered quite important, in that this
structure is closed on the south by a
fault and, if found to be productive,
will determine possibilities for num
erous other structures of the same
type. Five of the leading geologists in
this state have recommended the drill
ing of this test.
Van Cregar, who is in charge of the
drilling, was one of the drillers on the
discovery well in the Sunburst field.
Everv effort will be made to complete
the Loma well at the earliest possible
date. The well is being drilled with
a standard rig.
A number of Great Falls and Seattle
people were preseint at the well dur
ing the spudding in. also a great many
of the residents of Loma and vicinity.
All expressed great satisfaction with
the progress that has been made by
the syndicate and look for early results.
The test will be carried to the Madison
lime, unless oil in commercial quantities
is found before that depth.
Golden West Decides
to Try Another Hole
on Cat Creek Acreage
Special to The Tribune.
Lewistown, Dec. 29.—Lewis C.
Clark, local manager for the Golden
West, returned Wednesday night from
Watertown, New York, where he went
to consult the directors and large
stockholders of the company as to the
development work for the coming
season. He found all of them very
sanguine as to the result of drilling
the company's holdings in Black Butte,
Button Butte and Cat Creek and it
was decided to put down another well
in section 16-15-29, Cat Creek, and to
carry on the Black Butte well to the
I next sand.
j The Mid-Northern has just secured
j interests in the Button Butte struc
i ture, which is southeast of Grass
! liange, its leases calling for drilling
! there in February. This, of course,
' makes the Golden West's large acre
I age there look very promising. The
j latter company's well in Beet ion 16.
I Cat Creek, is now pumping about 75
; barrels a day.
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BOSTON WOOL REVIEW
Boston. Dec. 29.—The Commercial
Bulletin Saturday said:
"The demand for wool has been
slightly less this week, manufacturers
being more concerned with inventories
than the purchasing of new stock, al
though dealers have had opportunities
to sell at prices which they would not
consider. What business has been done
has been done at prices which showed
no real weakness in the market. The
reports from the goods market also
indicated a healthy condition of busi
ness, although current sales have been
meager."
The Commercial Bulletin published
wool quotations Saturday as follows:
Michigan and New York fleeces:
Delaine unwashed [email protected]: fine unwashed
48 fi' 49 ; H blood unwashed 52© 53;
blood unwashed [email protected]; 14 blood un
washed 50.
Wisconsin, Missouri and average New
England: '-i blood [email protected]; blood
■të'çt 50; >t blood [email protected]
Scoured basis: Texas fine 12 months
$1.35^11.40; fine 8 months [email protected];
fine full [email protected]
California: Northern [email protected]: mid
dle county [email protected]: southern [email protected]$l.
Oregon: Eastern Xo. 1 staple $1.30
@1.33: fine and F. M. combing [email protected]
1.25; eastern clothing [email protected]; valley
No. 1 [email protected]
Territory: Fine staple choice [email protected]
1.42: Vî blood combing $1.25® 1.30; %
blood combing [email protected]$1.03; V» blood
combing 88®9S.
Pulled: Delaine [email protected]; AA $1.20
@1.30; A supers [email protected]
Mohairs: Best combing [email protected]; best
carding [email protected]
BIN'S REVIEW
New York, Dec. 29.—Dun's Saturday
said:
' With hardly an exception, commer
cial reports are of an increasingly fav
orable tenor and business will enter
upon the new year in a strong position.
Annual reviews stress the substantial
recovery from previous depression that
has occurred in most markets, and the
results of 1922, in various respects, were
better than had been generally antici
pated. Despite the contradiction in ex
port trade, the point has been reached
in different basic industries where pro
duction is at a high level, while orders
already booked insure active operations
for some time ahead. Even at this
holiday season, which traditionally is a
quiet period, new demand has been of
a sizeable dimension in certain impor
tant instances and shutdowns at mills
and factories have been of much short
er duration than usual.
"Existing conditions in Iron and steel
afford considerable convincing evidence
of the decisive character of the bus.
ness revival and more frequent reports
are heard of a shortage of workers in
that quarter and in some other branches
of manufacturing. With the fuller em
ployment of available labor, the public
purchasing capacity naturally has been
appreciably augmented and this phase
found reflection in the exceptionally
heavy Christmas trading.
"Weekly bank clearings, $5,756,545,
000."
LEGAL ADVERTISING
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS
The annual meeting of the stockhold
ers of the Washington Liquid Gas
Company of Great Falls, Montana^will
bo held at the offices of Messrs. Free
i man. Thelen & Frary, Conrad Bank
, Building, in the City of Great Falls,
Montana, between the hours of 10 a. m.,
and 4 o'clock p. m., on Tuesday, Jan
uary 9, 1923, for the purpose of electing
the board of directors for the ensuing
year and for the purpose of transaction
of such business as may lawfully come
before said meeting.
Dated at Great Falls, Montana, De
cember 22, 1922.
CAMDEN BRETZ,
Bt orstary.
LEGAL ADVEBTISINO
SALE OF INHERITED AND NON
COMPETENT INDIAN LAND Oïf
BLACKFEET RESERVATION.
BROWNING, MONTANA
In accordance with the rules and
regulations, sealed bids will be received
until 2 o'clock p. m., January 31, 1923,
for the sale of Inherited and noncom
petent Indian lands, subject to tha
acceptance of the owners and the ap
proval of the Secretary of the Interior.
Sale may be for cash or payment may
be divided into four equal annual in
stallments at 8% Interest. The ap
praised value varies according to loca
tion and improvements. All land«
within an irrigation project will hava
a lien against them for construction
repayment charges. Title will be given
to purchaser by fee patent from the
government or by deed -p-here it is not
possible to issue a fee patent, when
payment in full has been made. Fur
ther Information and list of lands to
be sold will be furnished on application
to the Superintendent of the Blackfeet
Agency, Browning, Montana.
NOTICE
Treasury department, office of the
comptroller of the currency, Washing
ton,!). C„ December 29. 1922.
Notice is hereby given to all persons
who may have claims against "The
Commercial National Bank of Great
Falls," Montana, that the same must
be presented to F. D. Williams, receiver,
with the legal proof thereof, within
three months from this date, or they
may be disallowed.
D. R. CRISSINGER.
Comptroller of the Currency.
CALL FOR CASCADE COUNTY,
MONTANA, BONDS
Notice is hereby given, that pursuant
to Section 4621 of the Revised Codes of
Montana. 1921, that Cascade County
Special Relief Bonds, numbers 3-4-5-6
7-8-9-10-11-17-18-19-20-22-23-24-25-28-C7-38
45-46-47-48-49-50-51-52-53-54-55-63-64-65-66
67-68-69-70-71-72-73-74-75-76-77-78-79-80-81
82-83-84-85-86-87-88-89-90-91-92-93-94-95-96
102-103-104-105-106-107-108-109-110-111-312
113-114-115-116-117-118-119-120-121-122-123
124-125-128-127-128-129-130-141-142-143-144
145-146-147-148-149-150-151-152-163-154-155
156 - 157 - 15S - 159 - 160 - 161 -
162 - 163 - 164 - 165 - 166 - 167 - 163 -
169-170-171-172-173-176-177-178-179-180-181
182-183-184-185-186-187-188-189-190-201-202
203-204-205-206-207-208-209-210-217.-212-213
214-215-216-217-218-219-220-221-222-223-224
225-226-227-228-229-230-231-232-233-234-235
236-237-238-240-241-242-243-244-245-246-247
248, Inclusive, of One Thousand Dollars
each ($1,000.00), issued and registered
the first day of January, 1920, by Cas
cade County, Montana, for purposes of
Special Relief, bearing si* and one-half
per cent interest <6%%) per annum,
payable semi-annually, redeemable the
first day of January, 1922, or any in
terest date thereafter, will be paid at
the American Exchange National Bank
in the City of New York, State of New
York, where said bonds are payable,
or at the office of Wells-Dickey Trust.
Company, Minneapolis, Minnesota, on
the first day of January, 1933, and
Interest ceases on said bonds January
1, 1923. but the undersigned will be
ready at all times thereafter to redeem
the s -.id bonds upon presentation, at
the office of the County Treasurer, of
CascaSe County, Montana.
By order of the Board of County
Commissioners of Cascade County,
Montana.
F. C. ANDRETTA.
County Treasurer of Cascade County,
Montana.
Attest: John E. Moran, County Clerk.
Dated at Great Falls, Montana, No
vember 24. 1922.
First publication November 28. 19Ä
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NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS
MEETING
The annual meeting of the stockhold
ers of the Adams Ranch Company of
Sun River. Mont., will be held at the
home ranch at 2 p. m. on Monday,
January 8, 1923, for the purpose of
electing a board of directors for the
ensuing year and for the transacting
of such other business as may properly
come before said meeting.
Signed, ELMER C. ADAMS.
Secretary.
Dated, December 26, 1922.
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS
The annual meeting of the stockhold
ers of the First National Bank of Great
Falls, Montana, will be he'3 in tha
banking rooms of said banV" between
the hours of 10 a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m.
on Tuesday, January 9th, 192S, for the
purpose of electing the bo?rd of direc
tors for the ensuing year and for the
transaction of any other business that
may properly come before said meeting.
Dated at Great Falls, December ilk,
1922.
I. B. ARMSTRONG,
Cashier.
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T. F. O'CONNOR
UNDERTAKERS AND
EMBALMERS
Automobile Service
Prompt atttntiton given to aQ cftj
and out-of-town calls.—Lady assist
ant.
710 CENTRAL AVENUE
Great Falls. Fone 4149
DEATHS AND FUNERALS
CAMBLIN—Mary Elizabeth Camblin,
the 7 months old daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. S. M. Camblin of thp Club cafe
teria, died at the home, 1001 Second
avenue north, yesterday morning. The
funeral will be held at the W. H.
George chapel at 2 o'clock on Sunday
afternoon. The Rev. Father O'Brien
of St. Ann's cathedral will officiate.
The burial will be in Highland ceme
tery.
REEDER— The body of Vivian
Heeder, who was acctdently killed at
Volta, will be forwarded from the W.
H. George chapel this afternoon to
Lewistown for burial. The uncle, W.
W. Watson, will accompany the body.
Vi" OL VERTON —The body of Emanuel
Wolverton, who died at Conrad last
August, was forwarded^ from the W. H.
George chapel last evening to Earlham,
Iowa, for burial.
KING—Services were conducted at
the residence, 600 Fifth avenue north,
at 7 o'clock last evening for Mrs. Mary
King. The Rev. Christoph Keller of
the Episcopal church officiated. The
body will be forwarded this morning t«
Marshall. Iowa, for burial.
W. H. GEORGE
FUNERALCHAPEL
Extra Service Without
Additional Charge
AMBULANCE 6ERVICS
Day and Night
PHONE 42 SS
GREAT FALLS, MONTANA

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