Cut Flowers, Plants,
No. 2 Third Street North
4 STONE BURIAL VAULTS
+ BUILDING STONE
♦ RIVER SANO
1 GROVER & LEUCHARS
« 1010 First Avuauc South
2 Phon» 63ÙI
I.arge felt Great Falls banners
for rear of your automobile. Fine
to advertise the city when mak
Special Price 75c
MCDONALD'S TINY STICK
Large Box 35o
; Pianos, Players and
Columbia Grafooolu and Recor
BARBER MUSIC HOUSE
514 Can. A v. Fone6599
Great Fails Music House
Wholesale and Retail
I vers & Pend, Adam Sctiaaf, Emerson,
M. Schulz Co.. Llndeman 4. Sons, Es
tey, Jacob Doll & Son», Walworth-Ma
son & Co., Knabe Angelus. Emerson &
Llndeman Angelum, and Welte-Mignon,
the greatest Player Piano ever invented.
Alse tho Columbia Grafonolas and
Pathe Pathephone; no needles used.
Boston and New York prices guaranteed.
Tel. 6263 415 Cent. Ave.
CASH AND CARRY
Best Creamery Butter, per lb .53c
Lenox Laundry Soap, per bar 5c
Crusade Steel Cut Coffee, 3 lbs $1.45
Seal Brand Steel Cut Coffee, 1 lb 53c
Sweet Corn and June Peas, 2 cans 35c
Large package N. B. C. Soda Crackers.. .40c
49-lb. sack Sapphire Flour $3.30
100-lb. sack Sugar $10.65
New Potatoes, 11 lbs 50c
Goblin Soap, per bar 5c
Golden Age Macaroni, 4 package*, 25c
Hunt's Perfect Baking Powder, 1 lb 20c
New Apples, lb 10c
Large size Cantaloupe, each 10c
» OF 1 FILLS
For auto repairing, top floor. Leo
Forest Garage —Adv.
Prest-O-Lite battery service station.
Lee Forest Garage.— Adv.
l'iano lessons.—B. Thompson, 603
Ninth avenue South.—Adv.
J. T. Hart was a business visitor in
the city yesterday from Power.
John Freeman, of Band Coulee, was a
business visitor here yesterday/
Hans Kolsto fame in from Fort Shaw
yesterday for a short business visit.
B. H. Reed was a business visitor in
Great Falls yesterday, from Bynum.
Cornelius Colbenaon, <.f Portage, was
a business visitor in the city yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Ilaegen, of Buf
falo. are busiuess vis-itors in Great Falls
Miss Clara Hansen is in the city for
a few days' shopping visit, from Cul
William Lieske spent yesterday in
Great Falls from Fairfield transacting
J. H. Gillette and son. N. H. Gillette,
were business visitors here yesterday
Roy A. Oliver spent, yesterday in the
city from Augusta, looking after busi
Wanted, present whereabouts of W.
E. Barton, ueward. Important. Box -7,
I)r. ,T. B. Reynolds has opened offices
at 313-314 First National Bank building.
Frank Glabb was imorn the out-^f
town business visitors here yesterday
from the High woods.
Mrs. Lee A. Golden, of Havre, ar
rived in the city yesterday for a few
days' visit, with friends.
Mainard Brown, night clerk at the
Park hotel, returned last, night from a
brief business trip to Helena.
Percy Vincent, of Globe, Arizona, has
arrived in the city for a week's visit
with his sister, Mrs. E. H. Ilarley.
Miss Frances Heys Cbampman arriv
ed in the city yesterday afternoon from
Choteau on a brief business mission.
Miss Mae Flanagan, formerly county
superintendent of Chouteau county, is a
business visitor in Great Falls today.
T. G. Latham, of the J. A. McDon
ough law firm has returned from a few
days' business trip to Helena and Three
Mrs. T. E. McComh of Mobridge, Ala.,
is in Great Falls spending a few weeks
visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
L. H. Gervais.
Miss Birdella Anderson, of .Toplin,
passed thru Great Fais yesterday on her
way to Lewistown to attend the sum
mer session for teachers.
Mr. and Mrs. .T. B. Densniore and lit
tle daughter. Helen May, of Holt, were
among the out-of-town business visitors
in Great Falls yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. I>. W. Cunningham and
son, of Devon, were visitors here yester
day en route to Windham for a few
weeks' visit with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Stanton have
gone to Shelby and Bweet Grass for a few
days' business trip. They left the city
by automobile Friday morning.
Mr. and Msr. Richard Bohrer return
ed yesterday afternoon from Helena and
Alhambra Springs where they have spent
the past few days vacationing.
Mrs. H. M. Fallon and pon, Paul, of
Forest Grove, Fergus county, stopped in
the city yesterday for a brief visit while
en route to Butte for a few days' visit
Mrs. K. K. Ilusted who has been vis
iting relatives at lloosae for the last feu
weeks stopped for a short visit in the
city yesterday before returning to her
home in Su Paul. (
W. E. Ziegler, a prominent rancher,
returned to their home at Fairfield af
ter motoring to this city accompanied
by Mr. Holmberg's mother and sister
who returned to their home at Beards
ley, Minn., yesterday morning. Mrs.
Mrs. Beardsley, Sr., and daughter have
been spending the past month visiting in
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] THE BIG STORE [
Men's Summer Underwear
15 % Discount
This includes every piece of
summer underwear for men that
we have in stock. Balbrigan,
Porous Knit, nainsook and mus
lin garments in many styles in
cluding the popular athletic
style. All to go at FIFTEEN
PER CENT DISCOUNT.
MEN'S ODD PANTS
20 % Discount
Men ! Here is your opportunity
to get a pair of extra pants, and
we have a great variety of pat
terns to choose from. You will
find your size in this assortment
and you are more than saving
money at this reduction. TWEN
TY PER CENT DISCOUNT.
There are shirts in this assortment
that sold as high as $2.00 but they will
all go at this special price. There are
shirts with eollnrs and without collars
as well as shirts with soft cuffs and
shirts with laundered cuffs. There are
all sizes in this lot and you will find
a variety of pleasing patterns. Sale
Children's Wash Suits
15 % Discount
This season's styles in Wash
Suits for the Little Tots are now
offered to you at a saving of Fif
teen per cent from the regular
price. There are attractive color
combinations and the sizes range
from 3 to 8 years. FIFTEEN
PER CENT DISCOUNT
A Very Special Offering
WHITE BASKET WEAVES with ribbon crowns of
white and pink ribbons.
PANAMAS with white and colored ribbon crowns.
Ribbon hats are suitable for nearly any occasion now.
They serve so many purposes during these hot summer
days. Come, see them!
—Second Floor. .
¥17 You Want to Pay Cash
J. J/ and Carry Home Your Groceries
BUY THEM IN OUR
Basement Grocery Store
Hire's Root Beer Extract 20c
Sunkist Raisins, per package 17c
Karo Corn Syrup, 5 pound can 59c
Karo Corn Syrup, 10 pound can $1.00
Purity White Corn Syrup, 5 pound can 69c
Purity White Corn Syrup, 10 pound can $ 1.29
Old Mammy Molasses, 10 pound can 95c
Old Manse Syrup, 10 pound can $2.63
Uzar Peanut Butter, 10 ounce, jar 22c
Uzar Peanut Butter, 1 pound jar 37^c
Loganberries, 1 pound 4 ounce can 23c
Bartlett Pears, 1 pound 14 ounce can 27c
Sweet, Sour and Mixed Pickles, per jar. . . 45c and 40c
Japan Tea, \ pound 19c
Japan Tea. 1 pound 35c
Joyful Coffee, one pound 30c
Regal Coffee, 3 pound can 98c
Ivory Soap, small size cake .7c
Ivory Soap, large size cake . . << I 2c
Pearl White Soap, 1 9 bars for $1.00
Clean Easy Soap, per cake 5c
Gold Dust, per 2 \ pound package 30c
Gold Dust, per 8 ounce package - 6c
Golden Rod Washing Powder, 2 \ pound package . . 23c
At Week -End
TALCUM POWDER » ,
We offer you your choice
of white or flesh. Regular
price 25c, sale 19£
LIQUID TAR SOAP
This is the same as the
Packer's soap in the cake
except that it is in liquid
form and offers greater
ccnvenience in shampooing.
60c value. Sale 49<?
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Saturday Will Be the Last Day That You
Can Buy These Seasonable
Suits at Half Price
We have word from our buyer in New York that all wearing
apparol has advanced materially in price so we advise those who
would have a suit to finish out the present season to take advan
tage of this offer—for you will find the style of these suits to
be such that they will be suitable for wear next year.
THE WOMAN WHO IS ECONOMICALLY INCLINED WILL
In this lot are suits that sold from $35 to $75. The fabrics
used are Serges, Tricotines, Poiret Twills, Novelty Weaves, Wool
Poplins, Taffeta Silks.
You will find such colors as navy, blue, gray, tan .black and
checks, and as we said before, the tailored models are such that
they can be worn another season and still be stylish.
REMEMBER, THAT TODAY, SATURDAY, IS POSITIVELY
THE LAST DAY OF THIS SALE OF SUITS AT HALF PRICE.
This is the well known
Pinaud's Lilac Toilet water
that sells regularly for
$1.25. Sale 98£
Ideal for the treatment of
dandruff, 60c value. Sale,
You Can Save Four Dollars If You
Buy One of These
Palm Beach Suits
<üi 1 c
t|P JL Jmim J
Why swelter in the heat of the summer sun when you can have
one of these light weight suits for $12.75? This is a shipment that
came in later than we expected and we should get $16.75—the price we
have them marked—but to close these suits out immediately we are
making this reduction. Sizes are from 35 to 42, and there are two
weaves to choose from. The styles are very good.
BUY ONE OF THESE SUITS TODAY. WE HAVE YOUR SIZE.
With mercerized lisle top,
heel and toe. In this as
sortment you will find tan.
gray, suede and black lace
effects. $1.75 value. Sale,
a pair $1.29
WOMEN'S WHITE HOSE
Mercerized lisle, double
soled hose with high spliced
heel and full elastic top.
50c value. Sale, pair 371
A seamless hose with
high spliced heel, toe and
sole and hem top. Come in
black and white, 25c value.
Sale, a pair 19c
These bloomers have elas
tic top and bottom and will
be found in white, pink and
black. $1.00 value. Sale,
Tou may have your choice of
knit or nainsook suits in this lot.
Low neck, no sleeve and !ace cuffs.
$1 T.T value. Sale, each..#1.3»
KNIT UNION SUITS
Summer weight suits for the
children. with low neck, no sleeve,
lace or cuff neck. 5»c value. Sale,
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