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FARMS AND RELINQUISHMENTS
SEE BRCWN, the land man, for your _ bargain» in lands. 3U.tt Centr al. SEE BROWN for your stock ranches with stock, feed and water. 311V4 Cen tral. WANTED—To lease 160 or 320, near Great Falls, with buildings and water. I have equipment. Box 85 Tribune. WRITE ME for a free list of Minnesota Farm Lands among the' lakes and woods. N. E. Jondahl, Dept. P, Cass Lake, Minn. STOCKMEN, ATTENTION! We offer for Bale 6000 acres cutover timber land la Hubbard Co., Minnesota, located north of Park Rapids on Jefferson Highway, Joining Itasca State Park. This is an exceptionally fine proposi tion for stock and sheep raising and general farming. Land is gently rolling, well watered and well grassed. Write us for price and plat showing location. Nelson Real Estate Agency, 654 Mc Kntght Bldg., Minneap olis. Mi nn. FOR SALE— Excellent «40 acres improv ed grain farm, near Hardin, Mont. Subject to irrigation. $48 per acre. Addres s, Box 87 Tribune. HOMESTEADS and relinquishments; good grass and water. Equity Realty Co., 102 First avenue south. IRRIGATED FARM in any size you wish. Call and see our list. Equity Realty_ Co.,_102_Flrst ave nue south. FOR SALE—By owner, 320-acre im proved farm: $15 p<y acre. Relinquish ment on 320 acres- grazing land in cluded. Box 82 Tribune. STOCK LAND—1280 acres up In the hills near the forest reserve; good feed and running water; 150 tillable; 80 irrigable; $6 per acre easy payment. Interstate Realty, 30 jSteele Bldg._ _ WE HAVE BUYERS for cheap land. Interstate Realty, 30 Steele Bldg. FOR EXCHANGE—Threshing ri* com l. Eastern plete; in good crop section. North Dakota, for Montana Box 246, Conrad, Mont. lands. FOR SALE—Fairfield Bench improved farm, 160 acres under government ditch, l'/i miles east of Fairfield. Can all be irrigated. Excellent drainage. All tillable. Nearly all broke, 100 acres in crop this year."*Joins state section that brot $47.50 per acre, raw land, at recent sale. Owner will take $50 per acre. Value of improvements over $4000. This Is a real farm, one of the best on Fairfield Bench as Investigation will show. Address, Owner, Box 1314, Great Falls. WILL TRADE for sheep or cattle, % sec tion, 180 acres broke, four mileç from Milk River. Address, E. E. Barrows, Milk River, Alta., Canada. MAGNIFICENT CATTLE RANCH for sale by owner. 6200 acres, on the big Blackfoot river, near Helena, Montana. Fully equipped' 400 head Hereford cattle; horses; farm machinery'; good buildings. Price of land. $40 acre; no trades. Write, T. W. McGowan, owner, Placer Hotel, Helena, Montana. _____ *WÉ BÛÏLD HOUSES AND BARNS, furnish cows, pigs, chickens and small tools to buyers of our rich Cloverland farms. 40 and 80 acre tracts, only $300 per 40 down. Best offer yet. A few choice Improved and partly Improved farms at from $25 per acre up. Send for list. We help worthy homeseekers. Write for full particulars. Chippewa Valley Colonization Co., Station T, Holcombe, Wis. REGISTER AND SECURE A FARM! Mr. F. E. Spring, authorized coloniza tion agent for the Wisconsin Coloniza tion Co., is now located at F-201 Plymouth Bldg., Minneapolis *Minn. He will give authoritative Information about how industrious men can register and secure a rich Made-To-Order dairy farm with no payment on land for three years. We furnish new house, barn, cow, pigs, chickens, tools, seeds, etc., and only require a $250 deposit on buildings, stock etc., to show good faith. 300 families are already Jocated in this great Wisconsin Farm Colony, within 100 miles of St. Paul. No pioneer ing, good schools, creameries, etc. We can take only a limited number of I good men. Apply at onco for free In formation. I 1res SALE—Or trade for Montana real- j ty, improved farm in state of Wash- j ington. Consult owner at 1213 Fifth ! ..avenue south . Gr eat Falls^ ] FOR SALE—1C0 acres good farming land j in Bitter Root valley. Good barns, store ! houses, cellars and six-room dwelling j house. Twenty acres bearing orchards. This is an excellent grain, hay or dairy farm. Number or.e water right, none better in this valley. No crop failures. Five miles from Consolidated High school, one half mile from country school, and one mile from railroad shipping point. Good outside range. $16000.00; one half cash, balance at 6%. Farmers State Bank, \ lctor, Montana. FARMERS AND STOCKMEN—Come to Missoula and look over western Mon tana and see the results of Irrigated far.ning. We have the advantages of climate, water, timber and grazing. Right now you can buy improved ir rigated farms at prices ranging from $75 to $125 per acre. We have a fine list of real stock ranches—hay, water, range. Write us for information. Schlick & Gage, land dealers, Missoula, Montana. TRADE FOR DRY LAND - Property in Ohio vineyard district, near large city, also modern bungalow at Moore. Mont. Steam heat. bath. J. W. Hoyt, Monarch, Mont a na. 320-ACRE relinquishment, 2 miles from station, all tillable. House 22x22, timber 2 miles. $750. J. T. McDonald, Metlen Hotel. Dillon. Mont. THE - I,AND ~OF PROMISE—Aitkin county, Minn. The land of the big red clover, where It grows wild like weeds. AVe have a place for you. Whether you want 40 acres or 600 acres, whether improved or unimproved. We have land for everyone. Thousands of acres that are awaiting development. A wonderful place for stock raising and dairying, and also for grain growing. Lots last year that made a yield of 112 bushels per acre, wheat 42 bushels per acre, We are now harvesting two to four tons of hay per acre. This is the place where you can secure a home on a very small cash payment, long time and easy terms on remainder. We have good roads, schools and churches, an-abun dance of fuel, the best water in the IT. S., and soil that always produces the crop. Choice wild lands from $15.00 to $22. per acre, improved from $25 up. Write for information and come and see us. Hudson Eand Agency, Aitkin, Minn. FOR SALE 1800 acres, cattle or sheep ranch; 600 acres meadow, 500 acres irrigated, private owned ditch. Abun dant water supply; 400 or 500 acres more easily cleared. All can be irrigat ed with very little expense. Will cut 500 tons this year. Timothy, clover, red top, blue joint. All fenced with excep tion of 160 acres. All deep, black soil; 3 haysheds, 200 ton capacity each. Seven-room frame house, good barn. 320 acres leased, unlimited outside range. Price $30 per acse, including the hay at $5 per ton, cost of harvesting. Can buy with or without stock. Ad dress, F. I... Tyler, Kalispell, Montana. TO LEASE—1200 acres South Dakota hay land that will put up about ton to acre. Fagan &- Norby. FOR RENT—680 acres, good pasture, water on place, near Bynum. Apply, 712% Fourth avenue south. Great Falls. JSTOCK RANCH -320 adjoining reserve. portion tillable, some buildings, run ning water, good timber. $20 per acre. Interstate Realty, 30 Steele iildg. FOR SALE OR TRADE—For Montana land, five-acre irrigated apple orchard within six miles of Spokane. Trees bearing, ten years old, first class varieties^ AfWress, Box 44 Tribune. T6Ö ACRES In irrigated district. 4 miles from town; fenced, some buildings, 20 acres under the plow, 57 acres ir rigated. balance buffalo sod. Price only $800. Interstate Realty, 30 Steele Bid*. timber FOR SALE—Good timber claim with water on it, lft miles from Flathead lake westshore, 6 miles from Somers. Will make a fine summer home. Price reasonable. Write, 45 Fifth avenue north, Kalispell. Mont. FOlTSALE—Eighty -acre stock ranch, in Snohomish county. Wash., on a beauti ful lake, one mile from town, 40 acres fenced, large barn, best of soil, no drouths, bumper crops. $3500. Ten year ly payments. Write, Brownell Land Co , Birmingham, Wash. FARMS AND RELINQUISHMENTS WANTED—To hear from owner of farm or unimproved land for sale. O. K. Hawley, Baldwin, Wisconsin. FOR STOCK LAND and farms *# Frary & Burllngame, 11 Third street south. 320 AND 160 HOMESTEADS, eastern Washington; good soil, water, timber. Mild winters. No crop failures. Plenty back range. Special soldiers privileges. Stock can run out until about Jan. 1. Cruiser 416 N. Monroe St., Spokane, Washington FOR RENT OR SALE—160 acres No. 1 land, 110 acres ready for fall seeding. All farm buildings and two wells on place. Some cash down, balance on crop payments. 13 miles west of Great Falls. Address, W. A. Fridberg, R. F. D. No. 1, Great Falls, JMontana. WANTED—REAL ESTATE WANTED—Eastern farm, improved, well located and productive, at attractive price. Can use equipment. Describe fully. P. O. Box 546, Great Falls, Mont. FOR SALE OR TRADE—One business lot; one resident lot; in Mirror, Alberta. 603 Ninth avenue south. FOR SALE—R EAL E STATE DOUBLE CORNER, Fourth avenue north and Fourteenth street. Double corner, Fourth avenue north and Twentieth street. Two corner, Nineteenth street t. and Central avenue. Two lots on First j avenue and Twelfth street, opposite | Maroney Park. Two lots on Central j avenue and Twelfth street, splendid for homes or apartments. Harry New man, 5 Second street north AUTOS FOR SALE FOR SALE—Five-passenger Buick in A-l condition. 1224 First avenue south. Call between 5 and 6 p. m. FORD one-ton Smith form-a-truck. Engine and tires good; would trade for Ford car. 303 Fifth street south. FOR SALE—Chalmers car, A-l condition. Owner, 615 Sixth street north. FOR SALE—Five-passenger Ford, A-l condition. Bosch magneto. 3209 Fourth avenue north. Fone 7432 . FOR SALÉ— A Ford in good condition, with extra good delivery body, top and curtains. 313 Third avenue south. I FOR SALE—One 1918 Buick 5-passenger car i n excellent condition. Owner going I away. 617 Central avenue j TRADE FOB AUTO—Modern income j residence in live North Dakota town; ! good crops. Box 42 Tribune. ] six-CYLINDER Haynesauto, good con j dltlon; will trade for farm or Great HUDSON, newly painted, new top, all new tires; looks and runs like new; price $1250. MITCHELL 1918 clubster, run less than 5000 miles, all new tires, cost new $2090; $1400 buys incurring the original fac tory warrantee. Treasure State Motor Co., 526 First avenue souJ.h. NEW OAKLAND "six for sale at a bar gain. 1126 Second avenue south. FORD RADIATORS—I have on hand a large stock of 1917 and 1918 Ford radi ators. These are all new and can be bought cheap. Glen E. Dale Garage, 513 Second avenue south. Fone 6977. FOR^SALE—At a bargain, roadster In first class shape; must sell this week. Tires all good. 1216 First avenue south. Fone 7589. FORD CAR. 1204 Eighth avenue north. FOR SALE—Three-seated Overland road ster, cheap. Fone 6721. Room 334. WANTED—Ford car as part payment I on MitcheN Six. Terms. Box 68 Tribune. WK HAVE real bargains la used cars. | Bickford Motor Co., 609 First avenue j south. 1918 FORD touring car, demountable rims; 1917 four-cylinder Buick. 617 Central avenue. FOR SALE, or will trade for lighter car. ' 3-passenger Haynes in fine condition. 806 Central avenue. BIGGEST SNAP in the city on used cars, j People's Upholstery Co., 321 Second av- i enue south. Fone 6552. t ! Falls property. P. <). Box 117 j HALE—Maxwell ear like new, good t|res prlced right Glen I)al6i 513 t Second avenue south. Fone 6977. _ . . . . —. - FOR SALE—One Ford delivery, one Maxwell touring car. AA ilds-Thurston : Motor Co., 314 lirst avenue nort h. I AUTOS WANTED—We sell your car | quickly If price is right. We have | ^.^VO 1917 Ford touring cars, just over- j buyers'. Inquire, 109 Sixth street south, i " ' (-.».p ( , ■* hauled and in fine condition. One i Hupmobile. Roy R. Brady, City Auto Co. _ i BIG SACRIFICE—Allen five-passenger j touring car, very cheap; good condition. : Terms to reliable party. 109 Sixth street south. HUDSON 6-40, seven-passenger touring j car In good condition and fully equip- j ped. Northwestern Auto Supply Co. I Fone 9756. F oe ^E-On. o.m.* C„ ,n <„„„ , condition, or exchange for city proper- i ty or cattle. 1426 Fourth avenue north, j Fone 8 363. FOR SÄLE —One Reo 5-passenger car, j run 11,000 miles; perfect mechanical i condition; leaving state 28th, goes for $450 If taken at once. Box 28 Tribune. ; FORD CARS for rent -without drivers to ■ responsible parties; reasonable rates. 325 First avenue north. Fone 6203. HUDSON Super-Six, $1100; Six-cylinder Packard touring, $1500; 1908 Packard, $375; 1918 Ford. $350; 1916 Overland, $275. T. C. Power Motor Co., 419 First avenue north. A FORD roadster with new tires and ttfbes all around, in splendid condition. OAKLAND roadster, slx-cyllnder, ne condition. Good tires, almost new. 324 Second avenue south. FOR SALE -Two 3': -ton dump body trucks, all in first class condition, in cluding tires; recently overhauled, as good as new anil now offered at about half the new cost. Address, P. O. Box 124, Butte, Montana. FOR SALE—Dodge touring car, $700.00; Ford touring, 1918 model, $400.00; Ford roadster. 1U18 model, $400.00; Overland four-passenger, 1918, $575.00; Lat« Inodel Buick Six at a price that makes it a bargain. Motor Inn, 113-119 First avenue north. AUTOS WANJED WANTED—Second hand auto. Must be bargain. State price etc. Box 89 Trib une. FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS QUANTITY of sealers cheap. 303 Fifth street south. HUNDREDS of men are now saving money by buying their clothing at. The Bargain Store. 13M> Second street south. FOR SALE—Sewing machine, Faultless Improved, cabinet, $27.50. Oak rocker $4.95. Solid oak writing desk. Room 11 West Hotel. FOR SALE—Almost brand new 7 drawer drophead Singer. $30 takes It. Ill Sixth street north. FOR SALE -Ford auto and piano and furniture. Six-room house for rent, $10. Fone 7795. $25 CASH will buy new three-speed bi cycle; cost $48. Send answer to Otto Nagunst. Power. Mont. PIANO for sale, $90 ; fair condition. Fone 7761. FOR SALE—Tailor shop In live town, cheap If taken at once. Full particulars, call room 16 Grand Hotel. FOR SALE—Second-hand kitchen sink and bath tub; good condition. 1213 Fifth avenue south. PEDIGREED Airedale puppies for sale at reasonable prices. L. R. Lellly, Saint Regis, Montana. I j , ! i ■ FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE— 2000 shares Greater Wy oming oil Btock, at 20c a share. Box 81 Tribune. FOR SALE—Case 10-20 and John Deer plows complete, at work close to Great Fl als, turn Job to purchaser, good terms. Box 76 Tribune. FOR SALE—One double-drawer electric cash register (National.) Also one Cary nzJte, fireproof, 39 wi 30 inches deep, 55 Inches high, double door combination lock, with inside double door with lock, with twelve lock boxes, five pigeon holes, five book compartments; safe in f *E st condition. Will sell cheap. P. F. Ward, Denton, Mont. FÖR PALE—Richmond piano, good con dition, $175; sanitary cot with pad $8, Oliver typewriter $10. 617 Second avenue north. Fone 6784. _ MEN'S HEAVY SHOES for fire fighting, separate coats and pants; mens shirts, socks, hats, caps, and clothing of ail kinds. The Bargain Store, 18Second street south. 1 ENCYCLOPEDIA Britannica set, leather bound, India paper, handy volumes, like new, with mahogany shelf. Cost $135, will take $100 Liberty bond. Fone 5643. _ FOR SALE—Good ice~ box, and $45 Victor records will sell for $ 15. Fo ne 5318. FOR^SALE—Roll-top desk. Call at Room 15 Dunn Block. t. — „ — oa j GOOD sewing machine cheap. F oi.e C599. | ONE portable garage. Inquire 224 Central j avenue. jjlpLÄT~TENOR Saxophone for sale. FOR SALE—50-ton of alfalfa hay in stack, close to Great Falls. $30 per ton. Inquire of C. D. Best, 403 First Natl. Bank Bldg. Fone 9873. Ca ll 96 45. FOR SALE—Victrola and Duofold, new. 904 Central. ALFALFA HAY for sale. C. S. Hanna, Simms, Mont. FOR SALE—Fire-proof safe; low price. Box 65 Tribune. FOR SALE—Coal range, almost new. 804 Third avenue south. FOR SALE—One shack. Inquire, Noble Meruantlle Co., West side. TYPEWRITERS—All makes, $10 and up. F. M. West. Great Falls, Mont. 16 PIGS~for sale cheap; 8 and'5 months ; old. Fone 7743. White House Inn. ONE LARGE Marvic range for sale. : Call at 208 Fourteenth street north. FOR SÄLE— One large "gas'stove. Prac tlcally new. Call at 1724 Third ave. No. j A SNAP—1000 shares Greater Wyoming Oil stock. 17H cents. Box 60 Tribune.; FORS ALE—Buffet and bench wringer, good conflition. 1419 Sixth ave. north. OLD BOOKS, magazines bought and sold. Fone 7810. 408 First ave. south. ADDING machines, new and secondhand. E. W. Harri». 12* W Broadway. Butta JAPANESE CHINA vases, satsuma and bronze, some Havlland. 1204 Tenth avenue north. FOR SALE—All steel refrigerator, fumed chil oak dining room set, gas range, dren beds. Call 427 Ford Bldg. office I USED player "piano, bargain, or trade f or au to, straight piano or part pay | ment on north side lot. Box 202 Trlb-| j une. [COMPLETE SET of mahogany bar flx tures for sale. Inquire of L. M. Mc Donnell, First Nat. Bank B,dg.; or P. O. Box 591. ' FOR SALE—One 8-is Mogul traotor with P & O plows, good condition. One dandy children's pony. A bargain j '^ p '' at once - ( c - Hägen. Laredo, i . Montana. _ t FOR SALE—One font 6-pt. black face single letter mats. One font 11-pt FOR SALE—Tools and office fixtures for garage. Great Falls Garage. COWt Fourth and_Fourth south; FOR SALE—One Kissel truck; one Burroughs adding machine, and one Royal Typewriter. Scott-Sanford Candy Co j dlum face single letter mats. One font 11-pt. light face single letter mats. All these mats are in good shape and fonts are complete. Proofs sent on request. Tribune Printing & Supply Co.. Great Falls, Montana. BUSINESS CHANCES NEW AND second hand men's clothing store for sale; well located; long estab lished. doing good business. A snap. Owner has other business. Box 92 Tribune. BROWN HAS a bargain in a confec tionery store. Will sell at half price. 311 Vi Central. i CIGAR STORE with fountain at a sacrl " ' flee. Best location. Box 75 Tribune. i SALESMAN AG ER wanted for this terrl i j : j j I tory; supervise sales, carry stock, ap point and train sub-agents, fill orders. An automobile tool that sells to every man who has ever changed a tire. Business will require $500 to $1500 tem porary investment. Should net live salesmanager who can select good sub agents $15,000 per year. Ilugro Mfg. Co., Automobile Dept., Warsaw. Ind. , ,, vp , R CItoPS .r; i j j i ; ■ in bad buy some of my formulas and start something. Why perish and long for icei I can sell you my secret direc tions for making ice at your home on the hottest summer (lay. Full directions 50 cents. Directions for making artifi cial gold, $5. Directions for making popular drinks, 50c each. Make paint for a few cents a pound, 50 cents. Cochrun and Farran, Missoula, Mont. PARTNER wanted to heip patent gold mining claim. Pay ore on the surface. C. A. L . P. O. Box Hill. BUY DIVIDEND PAYING STOCK WE OFFER THE STOCK OF LITTLE SIOUX OIL CO. YOU RECEIVE YOUR DIVIDEND CHECK THE 20th OF EACH MONTH. NOW PAYS 12 r/ r PKR ANNUM Produces oil and gasoline and pays dividends from 8 oil wells in Creek county, Oklahoma: 6 oil wells In Frank lin county, Kansas; 2 wells being drilled. Leases In 16 counties In Texas between Burkburnett and Mexican Oil fields and has no bonds, preferred stock or debts of any kind. Wire or write to DÜNNETT & BR ANTON, ROOMS 421-22 COMMERCE TRUST BLDG . DEPT. P, KANSAS CITY. MO. EIGHT-ROOM rooming for sale at a big sacrifice, close In. Equity Realty Co., 102 First avenue south. MANUFACTURER of fire extinguishers combining low price and highest effi ciency, and having special patented features that make it leader on market, will grant exclusive rights to ten dis trict sales agency managers in Mon tana. Good opportunity to connect with live-wire organization producing ab solute necessity in every home, store, office, factory, garage, public build !ng--a great seller among ranchers, Statewide advertising campaign to be inaugurated when sales force complete. Liberal proposition to secure early start. Write, Box 84 Tribune. MILLINERY STORE, dental parlor, I rooming house, and other income pro perty for sale or trade. Interstate Realty. 3d Steele Bl dg. j i\ r lLL buy or lease modern rooming , house, 20 or 30 rooms preferred. Mean ! business. Box 80 Tribune. i $800 CASH BUYS furniture in neat ■ rooming house and lease on three-chair barber shop; rent $50 per month. In live county seat town. Box 77 Tribune. SUBSTANTIAL manufacturing corpora tion wants capablo men to establish branch and manage salesmen; $300 to $1,500 necessary. You handle own money. Will allow expenses to Balti more if you will qualify. For particu lars, address Secretary, 416 N. Howard St.. Baltimore, Md. IT'S YOUR CHANCE NOW We will lease for long term to recommendable parties our well established full equip ped good paying home laundry with a 4-room nicely furnished house for reasonable rent. Will also sell to renter garden truck mostly potatoes, good cultivated, on 5 lots on same premises, and about 200 thorobred Red Rhode Island poultry for a reasonable offer. 2200 Third avenue south. Fone 6594. BARBER SHOP, two-chair, snap. 205 yirst avenue south. * BUSINESS CHANCES FOR SALE—Only hotel In a live little town; all furnished and doing good business. If you are Interested come and see It. Oscar English, Monarch, Mont. FOR SALE—Printing office. See Mr. P. H. Hersey, Box Elder. Montana. SEE APARTMENT 3 at Brown's, for your business chances. 811% Central. 21-ROOM rooming house on Central av enue to trade for cattle or land. In come $225 above rent. Call owner. Fone 6074. FOR SALE—First-class barber shop In best business town in northeastern Montana. Population 1500. Shop com plété! four chairs, two baths. Write, Box 48 Tribune. FOR SALE—Retail coal business in Great Falls. Splendid location. Doing good business. This is a snap and can be handled by responsible party on easy payments. Box 276 Tribune. FOR SALE OR LEASE—Coleman Hotel and soft drink parlor; 80 rooms, sample room, dining room, kitchen and laun dry; modern. Estate of E. D. Coleman. L. B Coleman. Exec.. Glasgow. Mont. FOR SALE—Building of brick construc tion, containing eight modern two-room apartments, bath and kitchenettes. Kitchenettes are equipped with new linoleum, refrigerators and gas stoves. This place is located on corner lot with room enough to build sixteen more apartments, excellent income property, always rented. Owner is called away and wishes to dispose of the property before leaving. Terms or a cash offer will be considered. See Mallon, 2 Dunn Block. LIVESTOCK FREE PASTURE for horses. 1000 ton hay In stack at $10 per ton. Northern Minnesota. Have room for several small bunches of cattle in Nebraska and Minnesota. Save freight by Joining with others. F. J. Lapin 29 Steele Block. CATTLE MEN Have summer and very fine well sheltered and watered winter pasture for 3000 head In Nebraska. Pasture $1 per head. Hay $15, including feeding and care. Frank J. Lapin, 29 Steele Block. FOR SALE—Young cow, good milker. Inquire, 520 Fifth avenue south. ; FOR SALE—Fresh milk cow. 911 Cen tral avenue south. ___ : WANTED—Three or 4 good gentle s^idle horses, not over 7 years old. Inquire, I 717 Flr3t avenue north. j WANTED—Your old horses and cayouses | to StraJing, Great > alls, Mont., Gen. del. . FOR SALE—Two good milch cows, two I WAN'TED—.Stock . j I • 1 j j i i heifers. Arthur Briggs, Gordon Station, Project P. O . HORSES 'WANTED—Must'weigh 1300 lb", or over, be serviceably sound, good ages, and priced to sell. J. E. Mason, Rainbow Hotel cattie and J. E. Mason, Rainbow Hotel. feeders. DRAFT TEAM, harness and wagon. In quire. 1H'J2 Fifth avenue_south.__ TWO A-l dairy cows and some spring chickens for sale. 1120 Seventh avenue I south. I gat.« —Milk cows and heifers at i ra nch one mile southwest of Flood | station. J E. Huit. FÖR SALE—450 head pure bred yearling j Merino bucks in lots to suit purchaser They are large type, heavy boned bucks carrying a very fine Delane wool. My stud ewes were selected from the Holiday herd of purebred flock. C. R. Ttntinger, Cascade, Mont. GRAZING AND PASTURE. PASTURE for rent In Lincoln county, , Montana. Room for 1000 head cattle. Thomas Mackey, 7 Third street south. WOULD LIKE TO HEAR from party! wishing to graze a large band of sheep in central Minnesota. A fine location. Can meet party in Great Falls. Un usual features make the proposition very attractive. Box 83 Tribune. CAN WINTER 20 head of milk cows at Si per month. Interstate Reaity, 30 Steele Bldg^ SHEEPMEN- Attention: For rent. 2 acres Dakota stubble. Address, 239, Stockett, Montana. I NOTICE TO SHEEPMEN—The under signed offer for sale around 200 tons hay together with the use of sufficient rauge to winter 4000 sheep Pasture contains excellent grass and brouse, has running water and shelter. Sltu | ated alongside of railroad, good ship I ping and unloading facilities. Would ' also consider wintering sheep. Cowan & Son, Box Elder, Montana. NOTICE, CASCADE COINTY BOARD OF EQUALIZATION. Notice Is hereby given, that the board of county commissioners of Cascade county, Montana, will be In session as a board" of equalization for said county of Cascade, beginning Monday, tlio 21st dav of July, 1919. at 10 o'clock a. m., ; and will be In session each day there after (except Sundays) until Monday, , SZ . aa a board of equalization will cease Any ami all persons having complaint to fr .ake as to their assessment and desiring hearing on same must make application to said board of equalization j fäS? of the county clerk, in the court house, j iire.it Falls, Montana. By order of the board of county commissioners. Cas- ; cade county, Montana. JOHN E. MORAN, County Clerk. NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, U. S. Land office at (Ireat Falls. Montana, June 27. 1919 Notice Is hereby given that Flora Miller, of Portage. Montana, mother of Charles Porter Miller, deceased, who, on July 10, 1915. made homestead entry serial No. 038136. for SE'4 section 1, I township 22 N., range 3 E., Montana meridian, has filed notice of Intention to submit proof on homestead entry No. 038136. showing the claim of the heirs to said land under the provisions of section 2, act of July 28, 1917. (40 Stat., 248), upon the ground that the home ptead claimant died while actually en Raged In the military service of the i United States, said proof to be submitted i before the register and receiver, U. S. , Land office. Great Falls, Montana, on the 8th day of AuKii .it, 1919. Claimant names as witnesses: John F. Susens, Bernhard Suser \ George A. Miller. Harry V. Miller, all of Portage, Montana. j. A. BARKER. Register. — — — —~ ■—*" — —— — ^Illllflllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll!^ 1 High-Grade Investments 1 BONDS Municipal Public Utility U. S. Government Corporation H Liberty Bonds Bought and Sold = H INQUIRIES INVITED j I IRVING WHITEHOUSE CO. I H I. 0. BLAKE, Mgr. g = We Are Now in Our New Offices in the =i H RAINBOW HOTEL BLDG. 51 ^llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilUIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIII^ 1 (Oil IIITO EXHIBIT HALL AT STATE FAIR PLEUSES DEALERS Floor Space of New Structure Totals 11,725 Feet—Room for Accessory Displays. Helena. July 26.—Leading automobile distributors of the state have been ro-op eratins with the management of the Montana state fair are highly elated over the appearance of the new automo bile hall just completed at the fair grounds bv the transformation of the srj appropriate settings for the most elab orate y finished motor cars With a floor space of squ feet, provision is made for the accom modating of a larger number of cars than have ever been assembled under one roof in Montana and in addition 20 or more accessory exhibits will be taken care of to compiete a representative display of the lines handled by Montana dealers and factory representatives. In the past few years the motor car distributors and dealers exhibiting at the state fair have contended with many difficulties owing to the limitation of space and lack of accommodations gen erally but this year they will have no reason to consider themselves among the most favored class participating in the . big exposition, this distinction, however, beng made possible by the efforts of the leaders in the industry who have lent their untiring efforts and financial sup port to the directors of the state fair in rushing to completion the remodeled structure to be occupied by the auto mobile division. While not the largest exhibit hall in the northwest, none could be more adap table to the purpose or present better opportunities for the display of sightly automobiles and diversified accessory lines. Over the entire interior area a polish ed hardwood floor has been laid and the walls and ceiling have been panelled and tinted in subdued tones to provide a neu tral setting for the vari-eolored cars to ba displayed, harmony of the general arrangement being the keynote of the decorative scheme. A number of space reservations, suf ficient to assure the success of the show have already been filed at the state fair office, but additional booths are avail able for representative distributors and dealers yet to be heard from. It is ex pected that every space will be occupied when the state fair opens, Monday, Sep tember 8. , E E TO PASS EIRE LIS Seek Forest Petitions Washington for Federal Assistance. Protection Also against forest fires, the todav passed a ■ Helena. .Tuiy -6.—In hope that the coming special session of the legislature will enact laws to protect the public state council <>f passed a resolution ask ing Governor 8. V. Stewart to make recommendation to the assembly along the lines laid down in au order of th< ■onnoil which was in force only until the tests were prevent and i ' P mn S euHte< N ema. "Ui. legislature met last January Efforts to obtain adequate protective laws against fire, especially the burning of brush in the months of July, August and September, failed. For some reason there was strong opposition and the pr effi:' r;ve that the bills io protect against forest fire? ; The council discussed the fire sitna tiun and besides passing the resolution asking for workable laws, sent an ap side side of the Rockies. T^)?s action came as supplemental to that of (îovernor S. y. Stewart, ex-officio chairman of the j council, who had sent telegrams asking M,».. ,1, ,M j sion of tili» nrniy at San r ranrisco. Hie governor also wired to the Montana con ; I gressinnal delegation to co-operate with <•overnor I>avis of Iilaf.-», now in Wash ington, seeking to have troops sent into the forest fire sections. Secretary Greenfield presented a fi nancial report, showing that the council during its eiistenee had used less than; $11,000 of the $20.000 appropriated by ipprop use. There the legislature for it still $14,20S on hand. After the council had adjourned mem bers drafted and passed a resolution thanking (îoverftor Stewart, ex-officio chairman, and Secretary Greenfield for the work which they had done during the life of the council. , ™ u • Heffelfineer and wife to REALTY TRANSFERS W. Elston. land In 2-19 -1 \V. $1. Great Falls Land Improvement Co. to Martin Hystad, lots 1, 2 nnri 3 block 25. Boston and Great Falls, $1050. II. J. Preston to First Nat. Bank. Red wood Falls, (mach, and L. S.), $563. ROUNDUP WONT GIVE AN AGRICULTURAL FAIR TO BAD CONDITION Plans Soldiers' Welcome Instead; Will Finance Distribution of Feed for Stock. | ■ probable that a big barbecue dinner will be served to all ÖIU ] a strPPt dance will be held in the Special to The Daily Tribune. lioundup, July 2(5.—At a meeting of the Roundup Commercial club held last night the members decided that the pre sent year would be an inopportune year for the holding <Jf u county fair as at first proposed, and decided instead to stage a county wide homecoming and welcome to returning soldiers. A evening. The citizens of Roundup will act as host to the entire county. Another important matter which was determined was the securing an adequate supply of hay and feed for small stock" raisers. It was brought to the attention of the members that a large number of small i stockmen would be compelled to ship their stock unless hay was secured for i tbem, and their needs were too small to justify them in making a trip east to j buy U» amount required. It «. WW , that the members of the commercial <Iub should finance an organization which would buy hay in the cheapest j markets shio to Rounudp and distribute ; ! it to farmers for actual cost and distri- I buting expense. The committee has al- ! ready started work making arrange- j j uients for the hay and the matter will j i be put through at once. ! j I | notice of creating and e8tab- ! lishino a herd district. Notice Is hereby given, that the hoard j ^/^'^uner^rcreaCd a^d establish j h ^ rd district in compliance with ed chapter 167, of the session laws of the Sixteenth legislative assembly of the state of Montana, said herd district to be In effect 30 days from this date, and to be effective each and every month thru out the year, and to be known as herd district No. 1, of Cascade county, Mon tana, the territory Included in said dis trict is. all of township 22 north, range 2 east, and all of township 22 north, range 1 east, excepting the S H of SE 1 ,*, NW *4 of SE' 4 . NEV 4 of SW%, section 33; all of section 34, except the N 1 ^ of NWV*, all of sections 35 and 36. By order of the board of county commissioners. Cascade county, Montana. Dated July 26, 1919. JOHN E. MORAN, County Clerk. NOTIC E of publication of time appointed for proving will, ETC. Probate department, In the district court of the Eighth judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Cascade. In the matter of the estate of James Shannon, deceased. Pursuant to an order of said court, made on the 15th day of July. 1919, notice is hereby given that the 30th day of July, 1919, at 10 o'clock a. rn., of said day, at the court room of said court, in the city of Great Falls, county of Cascade, has been appointed as the time and place for proving the will of said James ' Shannon, deceased, and for hearing the application of J. Earl Healey for the Issuance to him of letters testamentary when and where any person interested may appear and contest the same. Dated the loth day of July, 1919. iCourt Seal.) GEORGE HARPER. Clerk. AUCTION SALE AT 11 A. M. Monday, July 28 i At Anton Labaich ranch, 2 miles north of Wayne, 1 miles west of Belt creek. As I hare to school n;y children and have to leave my ranch. 1 will sell ray ranch and personal property, consisting of 320 acres, all fenced; 00 acres plowed, about 30 acres winter wheat. 10 acres summer | fallowed ready for crop. 2 acres potatoes, I fcooo spring water, large frame bouse, ' small barn. Root house, 1 grainery. 4 work horses, weight 1100 each. 2 milch cows. 2 spring calves. 2 sets of work harness. 75 chickens. 5 hogs, weight 140 pounds each. 1 stock saddle. 1 lumber wagon. 1 buggy. 1 McOormick binder. 1 John Deere mower. 1 hay rake. I 2-section harrow, 1 sulky plow. 2 walking plows. 1 disc plow. FREE LNCH AT NOON TERMS OF SALE—On ranch, $3000 cash: balance in ô equal payments at 6 p <>r cent; or 2 per cent discount for cash, j ! P"r cent ; or "J per On personal property 1 will give l"i months' time at 8 per cent. Bankable paper on all sums over $25, all under L. E. STILES, Auctioneer C. H. PR0VIN, Clerk The Baptists Must Sell One of the very best sites in the city. F ive blocks from the proposed nine story building of "The Paris." ^ ou f ^ from "The Rainbow," three and one-half from "The Grand," two from "The Palace," and one from the court house.^ On the highway between the homes and business of Great Falls. See Lowery-Jackson Company 415 Ford Building STOCKMEN I have several good stock ranches for sale; all with good winter feed and open water; good shelter. They are priced right. It will pay you to investigate. Don't write, but wire me you are coming to look them over Frank Hazelbaker, Dillon, Mont notice of petition to be at tached to and included with in herd district no. one. Notice i# hereby given, that a petitloh having been filed with the board of county commissioners of Cascade county, Montana, wherein the petitioners ask that they be Included In and made a part of herd district No. 1, it is hereby ordered that a hearing be had on such petition on Tuesday the 19th day of August at 11 o'clock a. m. at the office of the county commissioners in the court house, Great Falls, Montana, at which time and place any person or persons wishing to protest against the inclusion of such territory within said herd dis trict No. 1, will be given a hearing. The territory asked to be included and made part of said herd district No. 1 being in towpfehlp 21 north, range 1 east, and township 21 north range 2 east. A plat of said territory may be seen at the office of the county clerk in the court house. By order of the board of county com missioners. » JOHN E. MOHAN, County Clerk. notice of sale of real estate. Notice Is hereby given, that in pur suance of an order of the district court of the county of Cascade, state of Mon tana, made on 23rd day of July, 1919, in the matter of the estate of Andrew J. Johnson, deceased, the undersigned, the administrator of the said estate, will sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, and subject to confirm ation by said district court, on Thursday, the 21st day of August, 1919, at 10 o'clock a. m., at the front door, south entrance of court house. In Great Falls, county of Cascade, Montana, all the right, title, interest and estate of the said Andrew J. Johnson, at the time of his death, and all right, title and interest that the said estate has, by operation of law or other wise, acquired other than or in addition to that of the said Andrew J. Johnson, , ,'Ü'Ä B (t U ate, lying and being in the said county of Cascade and state of Montana and bounded and described as follows, to wit: The south half of the northwest nor h h h ^ If of . t! î e towns £,£ tweS^^Ô^noTth range ?ix (6) eaat> Montana meridian.'in Cascade j county, Montana. Dated. July 24, 1919. JOHN HELLER, Administrator of the ! estate of Andrew J. Johnson, deceased, I ! — ! : STOCKS BONDS GRAIN Private Wire Correspondents LOGAN & BRYAN H. B. LAKE & COMPANY 433-435 Ford Building . Fone 5945. Give Us a Call Western Canada 160-tcre homesteads in westers Caa< j ada are free to the settler. Train leaves every day except Sbntfay at 6:50 a. m. for Canada. For Information regarding the country, reduced rates for traveling, ete^ apply or write ta KNUTE HADDELAND Canadian Government Agent Rooms 6, 23 and 24, Dann Bleet Great Falls. Montaaa j Western Canada and British Columbia Lands (or Sale to Stockmen ; I have stock rancnes In Manitoba, Sas katchewan. Alberta and British Columbia For information Ball or write me. A. D. TAYLOR Room 16, Dunn Bloclc. Great Falls, Mont. I | i ' : ^^cit" north, within ten mi i. W. AGNEW Real Estate and Insurant* Thisted Building Phone 9468 A very desirable home in the best part >d on Fourth venu« minutes walk of post office". Consists of seven rooms with all modern conveniences, full lot, wflh garage In rear. I will sell you this home for $8750, and will make very attractive terms. If you desire to get a home in the best residence district, let me show you this house; it is a snap at the price. FOR SALE $12.500.00 for north side improved apartment house and bungalow. C orner 75x 50. Terms. Rentals $125.00 per month. $1,000.00 for three-room house, corner lot. Fifth avenue south. Bargain. $350 00 for an inside lot on Fourth av enue northwest. Water, sidewalks and electric lights. $1950 00 for a four-room house with i bath' Lot 50x150. Ninth avenue south, ■ $200.00 for Inside lots on Fifth avenue i no ^ hw ^\^^-TOom l l odVng P house. un furnished. 13-roora rooming: house on Second av | enue north. Furnishings for sàle. Lease L. M. McDonnell, Agent Sil First Natl. Rank Bldg.