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One Cent Per Word Each Time. Forty Cents Per Line Per Week [Count Six Words to the Lin el $1.50 Per Line Per Month. 1st Insertion. Minimum 15c: 2nd Insertion. Minimum 10c. To Avoid Bookkeeping Cash Should Accompany Orders. I REAL ESTATt. THESE CAN BE BOUGHT FOR LESS THAN COST OF BUILDING $3SOO—-5-room strictly modern bungalow; full lot. North side. 95000—Buys 5-room bungalow and two small bungalows, all on one lot; now rented for $68.50 per month. Loam and Rental* Oa Ha McLEAN and Fire Insurant# No. 5 First National Bank Bldg. Fone 304 V — ^ ♦ : FOR SALE I f Double corner. Third avenue north. Splendid seven-room bungalow and J T five-room modern house on rear. Two garages. A bargain and on terms. ± T $4500—Seven-room modern home with garage. .North side. $1000 cash, X I balance like rent. , _ , .. . ♦ 7 $2250—Five-room modern home except furnace. $o00 cash, balance monthly, a T See us for apartment house sites. ♦ T We Buy Liberty Bonds I t H. H. STANLEY COMPANY | T 7H First National Bank Bldg. Money to Loan. Surety Bonds. Fone 355. J ' (..LIBERTY BONDS., j ' ■ We pay highest market prices I One Million Dollars to loan'on Montana farms at a low rate of interest ♦ I One Hundred Thousand Dollars to loan on Great Falls city property ♦ ♦ WE WRITE Fire, automobile, explosion, parcel post, registered mail, J t rents, rental values, sprinkler, use and occupancy, wind storm, burglary, I f liability and bond insurance. ♦ I ESTABLISHED IN 1S90 ♦ I FRARY & BURLINGAME ? ♦ 11 Third Street South J 1 S4,. r .0n—Five-room bungalow; garage: finest location. ♦ ♦ Ifi.KOO—Six-room bungalow: garage; hardwood finish: ideal home. 4 J $5,500—Five-room bungalow; built-in features; First avenue north. ^ 1 $2,700—Two houses: one four rooms, one seven rooms; bargain. « I Automobile Insurance—Bonds—Real Estate ♦ ♦ HUNTSBURGER-GIVENS CO. X .1111 ;7i 111 ' I' 1 1 "" 111 ' ; LOOK! : f $JT,000—For a modern four room house, splendid location. First avenue north. ♦ I $3,650—Buys a strictly modern five room bungalow, full concrete basement. ^ I Lot 33 1-3 feet by 110 feet, splendid location, Fifth avenue north_ ^ I $3,800—One of the best five room bungalows with hardwood floors, bu.fet f I and bookcases, full concrete basement, laundry tubs, etc. Dandy lo- ^ I cation. First avenue north. . I $4,500—A strictly modern five room bungalow, full lot with fine garden; ^ I hardwood floors, full basement, with hot and cold water for laun- 4 I dry. Third avenue north. 4 I $5,000—One of the finest five room bungalows, brand new and strictly mod- 4 I ern with colonades, bookcases, fireplace, hardwood floors, full base- « « ment and full lot. This is a dandy. First avenue north. * l HlfltlVJ AIV INSURANCE, LOANS, RENTALS, SURETY BONDS J I * ItVIVlTim ~ 324 CENTRAL AVENUE. FONE 374 ♦ »♦ INSURANCE! LOANS! We have buyer for nice five or six-room bungalow, with full lot, on either north or south side. Must be priced worth the money for a quick sale. H. W. BROWN, Agency BEN B. COMINGS, Manager. 16 Steele Block Fone 633J. Good Stock Ranch For Sale AT $12.50 PER ACRE Three sections of well grassed land in the foot hills of the Rockies, 14 1 miles from railroad town, two miles from the Park to Park Highway, the ; Geysers to Glaciers Trail. Mail delivered and telephone near. Adjoins good outside range and near the forest reserve. Good timothy meadows which cut 100 tons of hay normal year, hay production can be more than doubled. Abundance of grass on the ground now. Land mortgaged fur $10,500, which can run for ten years at 5 per cent interest. An opportunity to get a stock ranch cheap in a successful live stock locality. Write BRANDT & OGDEN Augusta, Montana 1 ) ► ► [ . . . j, | ! j | j i I I j I ! FOR SALE—HOUSES . $1,900—Three-room house, full lot, north side. Small cash payment, balance like rent. Equity Realty Co., 102 First avenue south. _ NINE-ROOM modern home on Third avenue north. Will sell or trade for smaller house as part payment. Harry Newman, 5 Second street north. FOR SALE—By "owner, five-room house, modern all but heat: lawn; shade trees and barn. Call, 1904 Sixth ave. N. FIVE-ROOM modem house, by owner. $3,000. Terms. Fone_7o82. SEVEN-ROOM modern house, full lot, garage, hardwood floors. Walking dis tance to business district, schools and churches. Beautiful home. House so arranged that part can be rented. If you are coming to the Falls to put the children In school this is your home. Mallon, 2 Dunn Block. THREE-ROOM house. 2012 First avenue north. Inquire, 109 Twenty-third street north. Fone 5428. NICE 4-room house, near high school; i full lot. Snap. Box 304 Tribune. ONE 9-room house for sale. Apply at 614 First avenue southwest. ONE 5-room house for sale. Apply at 911 Second avenue southwest. FOR SALE—By owner, double corner Fourth avenue north, close in, ten-room modern house, hot water heat, house on corner lot, garage and sheds. Big bargain, easy terms. Fine Investment opportunity. 222 Central avenue. A REAL BARGAIN if you hurry, in a six-room bungalow. Terms to suit. Dirks, Midkiff & Spalding, 209Vs Cen tral aven ue. FOR SALE—A snap; 4-room house, iot, close in. One block from school and street car. $120<1. $250 rash, balance payments. 5 Sixth street north. SPECIAL NOTICES WANTED—To hear from teacher of the banjo. Box 322 Tribune FREE MAP and pictures of the Ranger and Desdemona oil fields of Texas, also map of Eastland. Erath, Stephens, and Comanche counties, showing loca tion of all the big gushers. Write, they are sent to you post paid, free. F. A. Hood, oil broker. Box 1755, Great Falls, Montana. _ i^O RSA LE—Direct from owner, four rooms and bath. North side, walking distance. Owner leaving city. Any reasonable offer accepted. $2700.00. Fone 6819. 612 Eighth stre e t nor th. TO TRADE CLOSE IN Income producing property for farm or ranch. 2000-acre ranch In foothills. Water right, plenty water. Can cut 40 ton hay now. Good feed summer and winter. Will take some trade. $18 per acre. Lapin, 29 Steele Block._ TOURING CAR to trade for city or farm property. Box 296 Tribune. ' *■ W j REAL ESTATE. ! WANTED—REAL ESTATE I AM in the market for a 4 or 5-room ! house, close In, or a piece of dry land. | Must be a snap. I have the cash. I Box 314 Tribune. _ BUSINESS CHANCES ! ROOMING HOUSE on Central avenue ! to trade for land. Equity Realty Co., 102 First avenue south. ' BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Good pa v ing business in town; $4500 will handle. AVill take active partner for half the amount. P. O. Box 1779. FOR SALE—Rooming house, north side] Box 320 Tribune. FOR SALE—Furniture of nine-room house on Third avenue north. Very close In. House for rent. A snap for cash. Box 298 Tribune. FURNITURE of seven-room rooming house for sale. House for rent. 1012 First avenue south. FOR sale, hardware. L. Haefner, Bainville. POOL AND BILLIARD HALL for sale. If interested, write: P. O. Box 793, Poison, Montana. FOR SALE—18-room rooming house, hot and cold water. Excellent chance for man_and wife. Box 24fi Tribune. HOTEL—For sale near mining camp in Windham, Mont. Apply at 321 First avenue south. Great Falls, Montana. SMALL rooming house for sale. Inquire of the jjwner, 904 Central. FOR SALE OR TRADE— Meat market Price $2500. Land preferred. Box 187 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 HALE—By owner 50 feet with build ing on front street opposite depot; one soft drink parlor, run by owner. One, first class restaurant leased $30 per month. One barber shop rent $15 per month. Also one residence in same block, six rooms on 50-foot lot, water in house, and good garage. Reasonable for cash. All property clear of debt. All must be sold or none. ™ B. McColim, Cascade, Mont. r *-* If;s> "ESS and shoe shop. Will iake In trade young ca.ttle or cows, or automobile. Must be in good order. *or particulars write P. O. Box 32, Denton, Montana. MONEY TO LOAN LOAN on improved city and its. a rea jar"-*>-■ ^Low Smairnmounts: Lan<3S C °" PERSONAL WILL ORVAL BOTHER pl'ea7e~ w'ritn Box 102 Fairfield, Montana 1 ; PLEASE NOTE—We do not etiaro* \ classified advertlsemeats ta resldaaoa addresses. HELP WANTED—FEM ALE WANTED—Two young girls to sell fruit and wait on table; must live with parents. Apply after 11 a. m.. Royal G ard en Fruit Co., 403 Ce ntral. GIRL wanted. Apply, Candy Dept., Bee Hive Grocery Store. WANTED—High school girl to work for board and room; light work. Call even - _Jngs afte r 5. 413 JEighteenth street No. ) WOMAN for general housework. Mrs. ► Christoph Keller, 606 Third_ave. north. ► COMPETENT MAID for general house [ work, good wages, small family. 315 . Fourth avenue north. Apply, Harry . Newman, 5 Second street north. WANTED—Good reliable woman who knows how to cook, to help with gen eral housework a few days. 1109 Fourth av enue north. HOUSEKEEPER—Middle-aged woman preferred for home in Lewlstown. Montana. Take care of home and child 3% years old. References required. Address: B, care of Argus, Lewlstown, _ Montana. . WANTED—Girl for general housework. j, _ 10®?. Fourth avenue north. WANTED—Experienced girl for general housework. Best of wages. Mrs. A. E. Wlggin, 19 Smelter Hill. _____ MAID for general housework. 817 Fourth avenue north. HELP WANTED—MALE BRICKLAYERS wanted at Alberton, Mont. $10 per day and RR fare. Com municate with Chris Tandberg, Alber ton, Montana. WANTED—Four good farmers with two to four teams each to farm irrigated land. Will furnish seed and half crop. No failures here. Two to four miles from Vale, Ore. After crop is in you can earn $8 to $10 a day all winter. Write for information quick. P. O. Box 217. Vale, Oregon. MESSENGERS wanted. Boys must be above school age. Apply, Western Union. WANTED—A boy 17 to 20 years old for delivering and general work around store. Apply, Hub Clothing Store. Wanted YOUNG MAN with wheel. SAX STYLE CENTER STRONG BOY, 18 to 21, to learn auto painting. Must be willing and a hustler. 109 Sixth street south. WRITE Los Angeies Y. M. C. A. Aut« School. Get started right SITUATION WANTED—FEMALE ' GIRL attending commercial college, de- j ■ sires place to work for room and board, i Fone 6183. j WOMAN Wants day work or washing I home. 1209 Sixth avenue south. WOMAN would like to give five hours ! ; a day in good dressmaking shop, j reasonable wages. P. O. Box 764. City, j STENOGRAPHER, just through college, 1 ' wishes position. Box 300 Tribune. PERMANENT 20-pound apartment or • bungalow washings, $1.25. No ironing, j Colored. For terms, fone (!S99. ; WOMAN with little boy would liko posi- I . tion on ranch. Box 302 Tribune. ■ SITUATION WANTED—MALE I MIDDLE-AGED MAN of experience, de-I j sires position as office man, book- ' | keeper, or clerk with some reliable ! 1 firm. Address, 324 Tribune. 1 HIGH SCHOOL" BOY wishes any kind'of | j j work for board and room. Fone i"S52. j I PRINTER—Wants to sub for someone ! i desiring a vacation "or a month or 1 | six weeks. Can handle machine or j i take charge of small weekly. E. A. [ | I'arker. care of Shannon Hotel, Glas- I 1 gow, Montana. • YOUNG colored boy wishes steady posi- i < | tlon in city. Chauffeur or hotel porter ; i preferred. 303 Third avenue south. | BOY 12 years old wants place to ivork j ! for board and room and attend school. I j P. O. Box 177". ^ - t 1 ' - J > i ! I J ; j j | | | ' j I i | : | | j ; | | ; j | ' 1 WANTED—AGENTS. | AGENTS—Big money maker for live j j agents. Send 25 cents for sample. Money ) i back if not satisfied, man or woman. I O. Anderson. 332 E. Park St., Butte, • I Montana. j ONE of the most Important discoveries ! I of the age. Millions are suffering with i ! rheumatism. An herb that actually \ drives the most stubborn case of rheu- ! matism out of the system. Many peo ple heve written us and say they are astounded at the results. The effect on the kidneys is slftiply marvelous. You simply bathe your feet in it for fifteen minutes a day ror ten days. Ayents are coining money. Price 72 cents pound, postpaid. Rheumatism i Herb Co., Santa Monica. California. FURNISHED ROOMS NICELY furnished room; hot and cold water. 527 Fifth avenue north. LARGE front room with alcove, nicely furnished. 219 Third avenue north. TWO nicely furnished rooms with hot and cold water. Reasonable rent. .1115 Second avenue south. FURNISHED room suitable for two teachers or students; board if desired. Small private family. 912 Second ave. S. MODERN furnished room for one or two gent lemen. SI 1 Fourth avenue north. VERY NIC!;: suite of rooms with fire place. 510 Fourth avenue north ; TO RENT—Two modern rooms. 1510 Fourth avenue north. MODERN furnished room. $12 per month. 315 Third street north. TEACHERS— Large front room. three windows, two closets, modern home. 0110 bjick from Junior High, three from Emerson, three from Lincoln. 914 Second avenue south. | FOR RENT —Modern furnished rcom. 700 Third avenue north. Fmw G559 ROOM for one or two gentlemen, with breakfast. Lunches put up If desired. , 519 Fifth avenue north. FURNISHED room for rent. One or two , gentleman. 905 Fifth avenue north. FURNISHED front room, also basement , room. Fone 8049. 1111 Second nve. north. FURNISHED room. 814 2nd ave. south j HOMELIKE ROOM for girls. Reason able. 118 Seventh street north. TWO modern furnished rooms. One on ] sleeping porch. 309 Four th street north. TWO modern rooms for rent. 81t; Second avenue south. ] ROOM, gentleman. 414 Second ave. north. MODERN furnished rooms for rent, con venient to school. 1023 First ave. south. FURNISHED rooms."718 Second ave. N 1 FOR RENT—Furnished room, also gar- , age. 704 Fifth avenae north. SLEEPING rooms for rent. 211 5th St. N. j STRICTLY modern clean rooms, three j blocks from postoffcie. Fone 8053. 612 First avenue north. FURNISHED room for rent. Close In. j Apply, 820 Fourth street north. TWO nicely lighted furnished rooms. •] 1022 Second avenue north. Fone 5331. FOR SALE—REAL ESTATE ~ 1 WILL SUB-LET OR SELL five-year lease on 700-acre farm, close In; 150 .. acres in alfalfa, 180 acres can be put in crop; fifty tons hay In stack; ma chinery and stock. The price is right. " Box 310 Tribune. * 'OR SALE—Corner lot at Boston Heights $350; $100 less than the townsite price. - N. W. Home Builders Co., 41S Ford 2 Bldg. , ! i j : ! : j | j | ! 24 ' j ■ i j I ! ; j j 1 ' • j ; I . ' ! 1 | j j ! 1 j [ I < BOARD AND ROOM TABLE BOARD. 500 Sixth avenue south. WANTED—Teachers or high school girfs to board and. room. Will serve lunch to teachers. Inquire at 1315 Sixth ave nue north. - 12-YEAR-OLD school boy wishes board t and room in private family. Box 1 Trlb 1 une. ' NICELY furnished rooms and board. - avenue north. J NICE ROOMS, good board. High school boys. Close to school. Reasonable. Box 318 Tribune. PLEASANT ROOMS in private home, suitable for teachers or students with board if desired, near high school. Fone 7135. > MODERN rooms with boardj $30 per i month. 319 Fourth avenue south. BO ARD and room. 1001 Fifth ave. north. WA N TEp — TO RENT ! ONE TO THREE-ROOM unfurnished house, close In. Fone 7925. WANTED—Two or three-room modern furnished house. P. O. Box 797. HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS TWO modern furnished light housekeep ing rooms, heat, lights; $18 a month. 413H Third street south. TWO furnished housekeeping rooms. 413 Third street north. MODERN furnished housekeeping rooms. 610 Seventh street north. Fone 8662. FURNISHED for light housekeeping, modern two nice large front rooms, downstairs; two front rooms upstairs. 621 Fifth avenue north. LARGE ROOM, kitchenette, private en trance, gas^ 219 Third avenue north. FOR RENT—Large front room for light housekeeping; modern; no children. 417 Seventh avenue south. HOTEL VAUGHN, 306 Central "avenue". Front housekeeping suites for rent. Also single rooms suitable for bachelors. THREE light housekeeping rooms, fur nished. No children. On car line. Fone 8256. FOR RENT—Light housekeeping rooms with gas and bath. 109 Second street south or 202 First avenue south. FOR RENT—Two or three rooms with garage. 916 Ninth avenue south. LIGHT housekeeping rooms. 421 sfxth avenue north. TWO Hght housekeeping rooms. Strictly modern. Fone 7469. 1621 Eighth ave. No. TWO furnished housekeeping rooms, gas, bath; $20. 905 Fourth ave. south, fall Apt. 1. ________ ONE ROOM with large closet and kitchenette, complete for housekeeping, no children. 906 Central. I TWO basement housekeeping rooms. 1105 J Second avenue north ; THREE furnished housekeeping rooms j for rent. 1121 Seventh avenue north, j COMFORTABLY furnished four-room | tent-house; electric lights, sewer con | nection; cheap. 817 Seventh ave. south. HOUSEKEEPING or sleeping rooms; | furnished, modern, on car line. 612 Sixth avenue south. TO RENT—Furnished housekeeping ' rooms. 810 Second avenue north. j TWO WELL furnished rooms in modern home. Adults. 216 Twelfth street north. I HOUSEKEEPING'"rooms^ ~1012 1st av. S. i THREE furnished light housekeeping | rooms, gas and water. Ground floor, : No children. 722 Thirteenth street north. | NICE ROOM witn large clothes closet, | complete for light housekeeping. 904 j Central. ; FOR RENT—Light housekeeping rooms. | 417'i First avenue south. LARGE front housekeeping room, light and heat; $22 per month. 822 Sixth I | avenue north. 1 FOR RENT—Fine housekeeping rooms, j ; Facing Central avenue business dis- j j trict. 5 Sixth street north CORY HOTEL—Housekeeping rooms. j GOOD HOUSEKEEPING rooms, apart- j ments, cheap. 1400 Eighth ave. north. ! UNFURNISHED APARTMENTS I ^ j ) • ! i \ ! i | , , , j ] ] 1 , j j j •] 1 .. " * - 2 | THREE-ROOM unfurnished apartment. ' | 111 Fourteenth street north. Fone 8573. 310 BLACKSTONE ! Apartment to rent to responsible couple buying furniture; use of piano indefi i nitely. Fone 6248 at 10 a. m. j UNFURNISHED apartment, two rooms. : kitchenette and bath. 303 Fourth av ! enue south. Gaily Apartments. Apply 6. : MODERN 3 rooms; gas; water healed, j 615 Third avenue south. WANTED—MISCELLANEOUS WANTED—Girl room-mate between the age of 22 and 24. References required. 917 Fourth avenue south. WANTED—Cream separator, must be in | good condition. Apply, 320 Fourth j street north, or fone 9451. | WANTED—To buy team of horses for light delivery. Inquire, South Side Bakery. WANTED—Eight or ten-foot engine disc harrow. Must be good repair and cheap. The Hub. FURNITURE PACKING and crating, upholstering, repairing and refinishing. Mirrors re-silvered. Phonographs and sewing machines cleaned and repaired. All work warranted satisfactory. Montana Repair and Upholstering Co. Fone 6678. ! WANTED- Party with well drilling out fit to drill well. Address, M. Burchak, Norbert, Montana. WE BUY books and magazines. Fone 7810. 408 First avenue south. WANTED—Second hand furniture of all kinds. Highest prices paid. North Side Second Hand Furniture Co. 208 First avenue north. Fone 331. WANTED—Secondhand furniture of all kinds. We pay cash. Fone 6940. J. Ellsberg: Furnitur# Co. FOR RENT—UNFURNISH'D HOUSES FOUR-ROOM house with bath. Call Manhattan Cafe. SIX-ROOM modern house. 814 Second avenue south. FIVE-ROOM house in rear, close in. In quire. 704 First avenue north. FIVE-ROOM house, modern except heat. 1221 Seventh avenue north. FOR RENT—Seven-room new modern house, north side. Corcoran, 203 Ford Block. FIVE-ROOM modern unfurnished house. One block from oar line. $32.50 per month. 5 Sixth street north. FOR RENT Four-room house. Furni ture for sale; garden; chickens. A snap if taken soon. Rent $12.50, 1104 Tenth avenue north. FOR RENT- Five-room modern house. close in. Apply, 608 Fourth ave. south. FOR RENT- Four rooms, modern. Apply. 417 Ninth street south. HOUSE for rent. 41« nth ave. southwest. FOUR-ROOM house. See B. Joyce, 326 Second avenue south. Great Falls Fur niture Co. EIGHT ROOM HOUSE "for rent, furni ture for sale. 800 Third avenue north. THREE-ROOM house with bath. 513 Eighth avenue south. IF IT IS a dwelling or an apartment you want to rent, call at 209Vt> Central avenue. Dirks. Midkiff & Spalding. POULTRY AND EGGS. FOR SALE—TOO chickens, 22 list year's and about 80 spring. A. Elsmer, Box 48. Goodman Coolie route. 24 YOUNG CHICKENS for sale. 3527 Fourth avenue north. FURNISHED APARTMENTS MODERN furnished three-room from apartment. 16% Second street north. _ MODERN furnished 4-room apartment Clean. 20 Twelfth street north. 31 OB LACK ST ON E Apartment to rent to responsible couple buying furniture; use of piano indefi nitely. Fone 6428 at 10 a. m. FOR RENT—Three or 4-room moderr apartmen t. 1 42 7 Se cond ave nue north THREE-ROOM furnished apartment; an additional room can be had if neces sary. Harry Newman, 5 Second street _north. TWO 2 room modern furnished apart ments, one of which Is suitable for three or lour adults. 1011 Second av enue rorth. FURNISHED apartments for rent; mod ern. 60S Sixth avenue north. FOR RENT—Furnished apartment, two or three rooms. Positively no children. _ 1316 Th ird a v enue north. MODERN—Three or four-room apart ment, nicely furnished, with piano. _ 1213 Central. Fone 7081. TWO and three-room apartments. 515 Eighth street south. Berkshire Apts._ TWO-ROOM apartment. 509 Fifth av enue north. THREE furnished room apartment, mod ern, on car line. Ground floor. Call at 1212 Fifth avenue north. FOR RENT—FURNISHED HOUSES MODERN house or rooms. Fone 8854. TEN-ROOM HOUSE for rent or 1sale; furnished. 712 Third avenue south. THREE-ROOM furnished house. Adults j only. Inquire, 408_Sixth avenue south. SMALL two-room furnished house, water, toilet. $15. No large children. 2222 Central avenue. FOR RENT—Three-room furnished house water and light included. Inquire, 1805 Eighth avenue north. FOR RENT—One eight-room house partly furnished. close in. Inquire, _ Hub Clothing Co. FOR RENT—Five-room house, modern except furnace, partly furnished; garage. One block from car line. In quire at 1718 Sixth avenue north. BUNGALOW—Four rooms and bath, strictly modern, north side, to party buying part or all of nearly new fur niture at reasonable price. Terms to responsible parties. A home above the average. See it. Possession any time be for October 1. Box 2 Tribune. STRICTLY modern house, walking dis tance. No small children. Box 323 Tribune. Fl:RNITURE for' "sale, with rental privilege five-room modern house. Rea s onab le. 413 Tenth street north. FURNISHED 3 room cottage. 421 Ninth avenue south. Fone 7582. FOR RENT—Furnished five-room house. 1313 Sixth avenue nor th. EXCEPTIONAL chance to rent very desirable modern six-room house to party buying furniture. 310 Eighth _ street north. FOUR-ROOM furnished house; water, toilet a.nd sink; west side. Apply, 710 Third avenue southwest. FOR RENT—Four-room partly furnished house. 418 Fourth avenue south. FURN ISHED cabin. 323 2nd ave. south" j MODERN 8-room furnished house, good location, also garage. Suttable terms to the right party. Fone 8771. 321 Second avenue. West Side. FOUR-ROOM furnished modern, 3 blocks 1 from Hotel Rainbow. 5 Sixth street No. j FOR RENT—Ten-room house, suitable j for boarders and roomers. 313 Third j street north. FOR RENT—Two-room furnished house. ! 409 Seventh avenue south. FOR RENT —Furnished two-room house, j nice and clean. Call, 621 Eleventh street north. j FOR RENT—MICELLANEOUS GARAGE for rent. Electric light. 1004 i Second avenue north. NICE large garage to rent, reasonable, j 1416 Sixth avenue north. GOOD GARAGE. 210 Second ave. north. I GARAGE for rent. 1126 Second ave. So. FOR RENT—Space for barber or tailor shop. Apply at 13 Fourth street north, j TENTS for rent. 12 Fifth street south, i WAREHOUSE SPACE, on trackage. • Northwestern Auto Supply Co. . _ 0 1. - ). g _ ; 1 ' • ' s ; • - 5 . . ! j ; 1 1 ; ' i j '. ' i | I j ! | 1 I ' i 1 | j ! j i | j ! | FARMS AND RELINQUISHMENTS^ IF YOU WANT an assured hay crop, good grain and open range; buy this 320-acre Irrigated, improved Blackfoot Valley farm. At $37 an acre, easy terms, this is a bargain. Write, Bresnahan, 618 Main, Anaconda, Mont. FOR RENT—160-acre farm under the ditch, all broke, no improvements; five miles from Power. J. H. McManus, Power, Mont. FOR SALE—40 acres, 25 alfalfa, U. S. government water right, Sunnyside project in Yakima valley, big crops, mild winter, best roads, schools and surroundings. For particulars, address B. E. McGregor, owner, I'rosser, Wash ington. HAVE A FARM HOME OF YOUR OWN Low prices, long time easy payments, low interest. Clover lands for diversi fied farming. Sheep lands. Beautiful lake region where a man can make ! good. We are owners, want settlers. Write for map and particulars. Itasca I.umber Co., Box 240, Deer River, Minn. 320 ACRES In Valley county, Montana. Will sell cheap or trade for horses, cattle, sheep or auto. Easy terms if desired. J. F. Shackleton, Clifford. Wis. 120 ACRES, 36 acres irrigated, can cut : 40 ton of hay, good house, well im- ' proved, fenced and cross-fenced. $5,000. ; One mile south of Sun River. Gust j Beyer. Sun River 500-ACRE irrigated farm that laughs at | drouths. Big wheat and alfalfa crops. 1 Dairying, hogs, stock, grain and hay ; farm. Buildings. Biggest money maker : In Shields River valley. $75 acre. | worth double. J. W. Hefferlin, Livings- j ton. Montana. WANTED—To hear from owner of good j farm for sale. State cash price, full j description. D. F. Bush. Minneapolis, Minnesota. LIVESTOCK. FOR SALE—Seven shoats average 100-lb. each. 414 Fifth street south. WANTED—Milch cows, carload 20 to 25 | Holstelns preferred. Call on or address A. P. Heaney, Velie Garage, Great Falls Fone 6203. WANTED—Cows and 2-year-old heifers. Give full description and price in first letter. W. J. Johnson, Bynum, Mont. WILL BUY cows and heifers. See me Saturday at Belmont Hotel, City. W. J. i JoHn son. WANTED—Horses to slaughter for their I hides; can handle from 1 to 1000 head ' for cash. I pay the best price possible. Frank VV. Strallng, Great Fails. Mont. FOR SALE—Fifteen head of cattle for $525. J. A. Brandt, Carter, Montana. HOGS—Thin hogs wanted. Call Great Falls Hotel office or address P. O Box 895, Clty L WANTED—2000 stock sheep. F. ~E. Evans, Great Falls. Fone 9744. FOR SALE 500 choice black faced breeding ewes.^ Box 66, Windham . Mont. WANTED—1500 yearling ewes; 2 Miracle Conc reto C orp., Great Falls, Montana. FOR SALE—450 head pure bred yearling 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. Tlntinger. Cascade, Mont. Professional and Merchandising | CALL IN OR CALL UP 1 fCLASSI FIED] \ CALL IN OR CALL UP \ HERBERT A. B. BRA DY ■ Accountant and Business Advisor Nineteen years experience in all mercantile pursuits. Strictly up-to-date methods in Banking, Mining, Manufac turing, Wholesale, Retail, Professional, Real Estate, Insurance, Laundry, Au tomobile, Dairy, Farming, Contracting, Hospitals, etc., etc. All methods consistent with the exa ctlng requirements of Income Tax procedure. Thoroughly versed in all phases of Income and Excess Profits lax Law. Fone 9883 j 1 j j j ! j j i j I j i • E DUCATIO NAL .- DEVILS LAKE General Hospital Train _ lng School for nurses. Fall class now 0 forming. Pupils with one year high 1. school education or Its equivalent con sidered. For further information ad - dress, M. Clark, R N Supt., Devils Lake, N. D. ). — ————^ g SHORTHAND REPORTERS _ DUDLEY CROWTHER, shorthand re porter, notary public. Multigraphina. Typewriting, etc. 508 First National ; Bank building. Fone 9406. 1 ARCHITECTS Sam't Henry Haas. 81 Steele Bldg. ' WEAVING. • WEAVING RUGS now at 1618 Sixth av ' enue north. Fone 8916. Goetze. s DRESSMAKING ; UP-TO-DATE dressmaking. 9 Fair Hotel. • BETTER WORK, less money . F one 7238". - DRESSMAKING! 902 3r d av. S. Fo ne 226. 5 DRESSES, coats and children's clothing . reasonable. 800 7th ave. So. Fone 7227. . S EWINGT crochetlng. 1225 First ave. So. ! DRESSMAKING, designing, remodeling. Reasonable. 919 Third avenue north, j Upstairs. FOR ^gALE—MISCELL A NEOUS ; ' FOR SALE—Two suits boys' clothes size 10; a number of quilts, blankets and pillows; one Hamilton and three 1 Elgin watches; eyeglasses; auto gog 1 gles; auto-strop Gillette and straight blade razors. Everything cheap. The Bargain Store, 13Second street south. DROPHEAD sewing" machine, like new. ; Must sell today. Bid up quick. First reasonable offer takes it. 925 Second avenue south. BUY YOUR HAY direct from grower; 100 tons of high grade western Wash ington mixed oat and cheat hay. Well j cured and an excellent feed for horses i or cattle. For price write, giving your ! shipping point to C. E. Henriot, Win- j lock, Wash. FOR SALE—Edison laboratory model j phonograph with 41 records, same as j new. cost $350. Any reasonable offer considered. Room 40 Sparling Hotel. FOR SALE—Baby carriage. 3214 Fourth avenue north. Fone 7432. 8000 SHARES or any "part of Greater Wyoming Oil stock, 15 cents per share. F. A. Hood, stockbroker, Box 1755, Great Falls, Montana.^ BUSINESS is'booming at The Bargain Store, 13H Second street south. More and more the men of Great Falls are learning of the great saving possibill- : ' ties this store offers. Real good suits ! i of clothing, shoes, hats, caps, shirts, j furnishings. Everything at bed rock '. prices. ' RADIUM heating stove, like new; $25. i 712 Eleventh street north . | FOR SALE—Coal store heater new. and j I sewing machine. 715 Eighth_street No. IVORY FIXTURES suitable for corset j table six feet long: sanitary cot. Call ! today, 20 Thisted Bldg., or fo ne 6 814. j • | FOR SALE—Ice house, sheet Iron, j 1 warehouse, shed and fencing. The Con I tinental Oil Co. _____ ' KINDLING-WOOD for sale at the Royal : i Garden, 403 Cenrtal. 1 FRONT and back counter and electric | air pump for sale. 1-6 HP. Fone S514. j FOR SALE—One .12-gauge Winchester j ! shot-gun, new; also 25-20 Marlin re- j ; j peating rifle. Call at 502 Second avenue j j i south, upstairs. j | FOR SALE —Indian motorcycle side car, j '• j almost new, cheap. 1S25 7th ave. north, j ' ! FOR SALE—One stock pump; one j j i Myers deep well pump; one Keller l 3 *- j j j HP. gas engine in good condition, j ; $80 if taken at once. C. Lussy. Fone ! , 7743. P. O. Box 156, Great Falls. _ j r j FOR SALE—27-ftI awning, shelvings, 1 1 j scales, cash register, coal oil pump, 1 gasoline pump, and show cases. Apply, t 216 First avenue south. ; SIXTY TONS alfalfa. 20 tons alfalfa and ; i timothy mixed 50 per cent, at $25 in , the stack. Box 46. Fort Shaw. j ' FOR SALE—600 tons of sweet clover 1 straw. Excellent feed for stock. George E. puis, Grand Forks, N. D. FOR SALE—Oats, barley, corn, mlllfeed. t ! So. Dakota and Minnesota upland hay. | s Carload lots only. McCaull-Dtnsmore , a Co.. SIC, First Nat'l Bank. Fone 269. I 3 I GUNNY SACKS for sale. 615 Fourth ! * street south. E. Swartz. Fone 7219. I ; ONE portable garage. Inquire 224 Central 11 avenue. ALFALFA HAY for sale. C. S. Hanna, ~ Simms, Mont. TYPEWRITERS—All makes, $10 and up. F. M. West. Great Falls, Mont. ( ADDING machines, new and secondhand. 1 E. W. Harris. 12* W. Broadway, Butt*. 1 COMPLETE SET of mahogany bar fix- ^ lures for sale. Inquire of L. M. Mc- I 9 Donneli. First Nat. Bank. Bldg.; or P. O. Box 591. K FOR SALE —FURNITURE FURNITURE, 323 Second avenue south. | F FOR SALE -One fumed oak dining room '' table and library table, cheap. Caii j before 2 p. m., Saturday. 216 Fourth ^ avenue north. FURNITURE of 8-room modern room ing house for sale. House rents $25 per month; close in. Fone 7730. FOR SALE--Furniture, practically new. ; Cheap. Inquire. S24 Seventh ave. south. ! NEW CHIFFONIER, very reasonable. I J Apply, 4 Tremont Apartments. 517 Sixth ! i" street north. HOUSEHOLD furniture for sale. 1221 ™ Ninth avenue south. e . FOR SALE- Few pieces of household N furniture. 3615 Fourth avenue north. ^ S FOR SAt.E Some furniture. bedding j n and rugs. Call at 1323 Sixth ave. north. I n STAIR CARPET " with "pads, "rug 9x12 & and 3-burner New Hartford otl stove i j; with oven, practically new. 607 Fifth j p avenue north. q FOR SALE Furniture of 5-room flat, n furnished complete. Call 9831. 3V) FOR SALE- Largo range incubator! S brooder and other articles of furniture. * 415 Thirty-fourth street north. FOR SALE—Companion Universal heater' $15; 12-foot extension table $6; chairs, I - sanitary cot and bed. 2107V* Fifth i avenue north. FOR SALE-- Library table, fumed oak ! o dining room tabio and buffet. 2715 i i< Central avenue. ^ PIANO $100; dining tableT cl-,ilil ; 8 bed; ! w brass bed; all cheap. 215 Second av- et enue south. N FOR SALE—Blue enamel range. Quick ?ical Florence hot blast heater. Chiff- " robe, fumed oak; kitchen cabinet. "} mason jars, baby bed. All other house- Ji hold goods. Cheap. Everything alm-jst i new. 605 Fifteenth street north. i 3 *| FOR SALE—Three rooms of nice fur- I w ntture, up-to-date. by lot or piece. I L house and garage can be rented f<>r two j V years lease. Cheap rent. Call evenings, 827 Sixth avenue north. j j | i 2. 21 V o >f L LA WYERS. W^P^OS TELLqTIS Conrad_Bank_Bldf. ELECTRICA LCON TRACTORS CASCADE ELECTRIC Co., C. D. Smith. . Mg r.. 6 04 Central avenue. Fone 6634. C HIROPRAC TORS ~ O'Conne ll & O'Connell. Hotel Tracy. 6897. DR. W. L DITTO. "Breen Bl'k" Fo ne 8367. A U CTI O N E ERS. ~ J. L. WALCUTT, everybody's auctioneer. P. O. Box 612. Fone 6275. ACCOUNTANTS ERNEST E. MURRAY. CertIf!ed KTbUc Accountant. 421 Ford Building. Great Falls. Fone 9813. 314 Montana Building, Lewlstown; fone 525W. Box 952 Billings. ^ UT0S WANTED WANTED-Ford touring car. Chas. Rice, ouU5 Fift h avenue north. AP A SJ URE. I "W ILL TAKE 75 or 100 head of horses to winter. Have good grass and plenty of water. Box 321 Tribune. LOST AND FOUND STRAYED—About 14 months ago, 1H year old heifer, red. no brand. Streling place. Jacob Nagel, P. O. Box 1116. Owner may have same by paying for pasture and feed. LOST—Silver ring, jade setting. Finder please call 9705, or apartment A, _ Hampton. LOST—Wednesday afternoon! between Geyser and Fife, Mont., bov's over coat. khaki color. Notify, 2600 Second avenue north, or fone 6806. Reward. LOST—Si me time iast spring, buckskin Indian pony branded u e right hip. Finder please notify Victor Kan tola, Fife, Montana. LOST—Between Bel rand Monarch, ladles suit coat. Finder please return to 181 6 First avenue north. Reward. LOST—Mare, 1400 lbs., branded on left shoulder. $5 reward for RBHE return to 1019 Eighth avenue »i»aw south. WSKm LOST—34 x 4'-2 Diamond cord tire with tube and rim, between Great Falls and 17 miles beyond Cascade. Kindly return to Western Motor Co. for reward. j • : j ; j j '• ' j j j , r 1 1 t ; , j t s a 3 ! * I 11 ~ ( 1 1 ^ 9 F '' j ^ J i" ™ e . N S n n & j; p q n 3V) S o i< ^ w et N " "} Ji *| w L j L EGA LAD VE RTjSIN j NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. | Department of the Interior, U. S. Land i Office at Great Falls. Montana. August 25, 1919. Notice is hereby given that Joseph F. Osterman, of Ulm, Montana, who, on September 16, 1914. made home stead entry Serial No. 035245, for SEt; SWVt section 14; N' ; N\Vi., SW l t NW!4, W'l-SW*, section 23. township 20 north, range 1 east, Montana meridian, has filed notice of intention to make three-year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before Register and Re ceiver, U. S. Land Office, at Great Falls, Montana, on the 7th day of October. 1919. Claimant names as witnesses* Barney Beverle, Wallace Friedberg, Mike Holland, Louis Stephan. all of Ulm, Montana. J. A. BARKER. Register. First publication August 27, 1919. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Office at Great Falls, Montana, August 11, 1919. Notice is hereby given that Charles Edward Kissack, of Great Falls Montana, who, on July 24, 1916, made homestead entry serial No. 040685, for lots 1, 2, SH NE l *. section 4. township 21 N , range 5 E.. Montana meridian, has filed notice of intention to make three year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before Register and Receiver. U. S. Land Office, at Great Falls, Montana, on the Ibth day of Sep tember, 1919. Claimant names as wit nesses: Ingram Fletchcr Parlow, Charles E. Evans. Clifton C. Henderson. Frank 15. Henderson, all of Great Falls, Mon tana. J. A. BARKER. Register. (First publication August 13. 1919) NOTICE OF CHANGE OF POLLING PLACE, SAND COULEE PRECINCT NO. SI. Owing to the burning of the county jpil at Sand Coulee, the regular polling place in that precinct, the polling place for the special election September 2. 1919, will be at the library builiit.g Sand Coulee. Montana. All electors should g<- to the library building to v.ite on that day. By order of the board of county com missioners. Cascade county, Montana. JOHN E. MORAN, County Clerk. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of tbe Interior, U. S. Land Office at Great Falls. Montana. August 14. 1919. Notice i r - hereby given that Frank Ogrin. of Great Falls. Montana, who on February 15. 1916. made home stead entry Serial No. 03S364. for lots 2. 3 and 4 SW'^NE't, section 1, township 21 N.. range 2 E.. Montana meridian, has filed notice of intention to make three-year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before Register and Receiver, U. S. Land Office. Great Falls, Montana, on the 26th day of Sep tember, 1919. Claimant names as wit nesses: John Mosahead, W. Piatt, Oscar Johnson, Ole Lunby, all of Great Falls. Montana. J A. BARKER, Register. (First publication August 16, 1919) NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Office, at Great Falls, Montana, August 25th, 1919. Notice is hereby given that Mary E. Kirk, of Great Fails. Montana, who. on June 19 and November 10. 1916. nade original and additional homestead entries Serial No. 040435-040562. for SEV V E ** NE^SE'i. W I'jSE'i. SWt»NEVt, 3EWSEVt section 35, township 21 N , -artRe 1 E., Montana meridian, has filed notice of intention to make three-year nroof, to establish claim to the iand ibove described, before Register and Receiver. U. S. Land Office, at Great Palls, Montana, on the 11th day of October, 1919. Claimant names as wit nesses: Charles M Dorance. of Vaughn, Montana; Carrol R. Bennett. Michael J. Holland, James Casstdy, all of Great Falls, Montana. J. A. BARKER, Register. First publication August 27. 1919. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Office at Great Falls. Montana, August 4, 1919, Notice ts hereby given that IVllliam Lee Mack, of Vaughn, Montana, vho on April 25, 1916. made homestead intrv Serial No. 040074 for lot 2. S\V\» •v'EV,. NWt»SKU, NEUSWV4 section 1. ownshtp 21 N. range 1 E., Montana ma ldlan, has filed notice of Intention to nake three-year proof, to establish claim o the land above described, before Register and Receiver, IT. s. Land Office, Ireat. Falls. Montana, on the 24th day >f September. 1919. Claimant names as vltnesses: Hans A. Dotseth, John A. L ,eistlko, Relnoid C. Thur. Carrie B. .Mdeen, all of Great Falls. Montana. J. A. BARKER. Register. (First publicatiou August 16. 1919J.