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CONKEYS' BUTTERMILK FOOD STERLING STARTING FOOD pullins grocery Corner Fifth Ave. So. and Sixth St. Phone 9415. BAKSRT PRODtJCTS OP THE BETTER KIND iimniiifliii MONUMENTS GROVER ft LEUCHARS 1010 Flrat Avenu« South Phon* 6301 1 O. H US ET H H2 fartni b2 nux-ornoua ■ • •• -T Studebaker Sixes AmurtafaMogtPopular Can GJFallsAuto&TruckCo. 4 fee. â m Street North, Fem 640t "Yankee Maid" BREAD Page's DeUcatenen GREAT FALLS AUTO RADIATOR WORKS DUtrUotora far Shotwell John*#« Oor»r" ItMftctor* Repaired, Rebofit mai Made to Order. T«l«plwia 6814 103 Third 81 0. KELLY'S LUNG SALVE Good for Cold on Chest, Whooping Cough, Congested Lungs, Sore Throat, especially for Croup. By mall $1.10. KELLY DRUG CO. 302 First Avenue South Great Falls, Montana If tou want SATISFACTION Ship or bring your leaking, heat ing. smashed up auto radiators to the CHALLENGE RADIATOR REPAIR WORKS, 806 Central Ave. Phone 6096 Great Fails, Mont. OBXXXSUOHT ■fclilulty Par Every Vua* MBfVWOT STORAGE BATTERY C0l Dtttitbvtan KXXDK BMtary O# Vhrst A m , N, Q tmj WW. KM. WL L BAia», SCcr. wwmire and decora™ ÏCONTBACÎ WORK OUR RPEOUin ALL WORK atTARANTRBD a. en6berq Vh*Pt TNR eeo Central A t «, Res. 8510 Auto Tops We Make and Repair Them We Want Your Business Victor Ario's Saddlery : Sego Milk, tall cans, case Dromedary Dates, 5 pkgs No. 1 Walnuts, lb No. 21-2 Apricots, 4 cans CARRY $6.40 $1.00 30c $1.00 SANDAHLGROCERY NONPARTISANS HAY CONTROL H OUSE BUT NOT TH E SENATE League and Labor Faction Have Enough Candi dates, If All Elected, for Working Majority in Lower Legislative Body. At the general election in November, in addition to the other state and county officers, the full membership of the house of representatives is to be chosen, as well as senators from 24 counties. According to the official last sent out by the secretary of state 102 representa tives are to be elected and of this number of candidates on the Democratic ticlret 59 are shown to bear the indorse ment of the Nonpartisan league, not in cluding the candidates from Silver Bow county, whose addition to the Non partisan column would bring the total to 71. In the event the Nonpartisan Labor ticket should succeed in electing all of its candidates it would according ly control the house. In the senate such a condition cannot be brought to pass as the majority of its membership at the present time lies with the hold-over senators of whom only two are known to have Nonpartisan affiliations. Twenty-four senators are to be elected this year and of the 24 candidates only 13 on the Democratic ticket are listed as Nonpartisans so that if the entire list should succeed in getting through it would give the organ ization only 15 members of the upper body. The candidates on the legislative tickets of the two parties are as fol lows: DEMOCRATIC. Beaverhead. Fred Rife, senator. W. B. Hartwick, representative. Big Horn. W. F. Belcher. X. I*. L., senator. D. W. Carper, X. P. L., representative. Blaine. Aibept Simmons, X. P. L., senator. I*. G. Oehmcke, X. P. L., representa tive. Broadwater. B. B. Briscoe, representative. Carbon. O. A. Hetland, X. P. L., senator X. Conzatti, X. P. L.. AV. A. Bent. J. L. Maryott, X. P. L., representatives. Carter. William Wallace, representative. G. A. Rosier, ^ S j» ad , e ; Jrihn c frow ley. X. P. L, Chas. H. Dahl, Harry Hudson, X. P. L„ P. .T. Patterson, X. i P. L., A. Strunk, X. P. I-, représenta- j tive8. Chouteau. Mrs. Lena Bishop, X. F. L., Thos. j Hansen, X. P. T,.. F. Schrupp. X. P. L., j G. Eveleh. X. P. I,, representatives. j Custer. I*. Zimmerman. X. P. L., senator. C. A. Glore, X. P. L.. C. F. Kline. I X. P. T>.. F. C. McCauley, X. P. L.. | representatives. j Dawson E. M. Xavlor. X. P. L., senator. ■T. B. Love, X. P. L., Bert Hoekins, X. P. L.. W. F. Steffen, X. I*. L„ rep resentatives. Deer Lodge. ,T. B. McCacitt, senator. Pat Mcllugh, Ray Reardon, T. P. Murphy, representatives. [ "DANDERINE" Girls! Save Your Hair! Make it Abundant! & '<5 : Immediately after a "Danderine" mas sage, your hair takes on new life, lustre and wondrous beauty, appearing twice as heavy and plentiful, because each hair seems to fluff and thicken. Don't let, your hair stay lifeless, colorless, plain or scraggy. Yon. too, want lots of long, strong, beautiful hair. A 35-eent bottle of delightful "Dan derine" freshens your scalp, checks dan druff and falling hair. This stimulating "beauty-tonic" gives to thin, dull, fad ing hair that youthful brightness and abundant thickness—All druggists. Tripp boa a Ml* U fourth Street N A. M. rN>L 9. M. Dal ftSft end 11 t:30 »ad • Valley Meat Market FRESH AND CURED MEATS J I i j j j j I | j Fallon. J. J. Long, N. P. L., representative. Ferous. C. Foster, N. P. L., F. A. Patterson. N. P. L, A. J. Birch, N. P. L„ A. H. Kuhry, N P. L., representatives. Flathead. Jane Duncan. N. P. L., W. F. Miller, N. P. L„ L. B. Saunders, N. P. L.. W^. C. Berne, X". P. L., representatives, Gallatin. M. S. Carpenter, senator. Geo. Stimson, X T . P. L„ J. W. Laber tew, H. M. Stewart, representatives. Garfield. L. H. Tooley, senator. L. W. Kuetho, N. P. L., representa tive. Glacier. Geo. Massingili, senator. T. B. Bomboy, representative. Granite. R. E. McHugh, representative. Hill. W. D. MacFarlane, N. P. L., M. Mlehaelson, X*. P. L., representatives. Jefferson. M. J. Sullivan, representative. Lewis and Ciark. W. Ray Church, senator. I/. .T. Fischi. E. A. Johnson. H. A. McKinnon, J. E. Xilan, J. T. Taylor, labor, representative. Liberty. J. Ilaaland. X. P. L., senator. E. H. Myhre, X. P. L., representative. Lincoln. F. E. 'Williams, representative. Madison. M. S. Gould, representative. MoCone. Peter Rorvik, X. P. L„ senator. Barney Carlson, representative. Meagher. James Stewart, senator. Frank P. Carroll, representative. Mineral. G. A. Brown. X. P. L., representative. Missoula. L. Huddleston. X. P. L.. A. M. Cross X. P. L„ F. T. Parker. X. P. L.. T. E. Arnoldv, X. P. L.. Nicholas Raskob, X. P. L„ representatives. Musselshell. L. Farwell, X. P. L.. senator. F. C. Biehl, X. P. I/., representative. Park. Dan Healv. senator. M. J. Reiily. X. P. L„ Wm. Cole, X. P. L., representatives. Phillips. A. II. Freie. X. I'. L., senator. W. E. Scheele, N". P. L„ representa tive. Pondera. A. M. Parmiee, X. P. I,.. senator. Barney Bogart, X. P. I,., representa tive. Powder River. C. D. Truett, senator. C. H. Jones, representative. Powell. [ Tom McTagne, senator. Ed. Scharnikow, representative. Prairie. W. S. Haley, senator. C. R. Marks, representative. Ravalli. B. Calkins, X. I'. L., Maggie Hath away, representatives. Richland. A. G. Horsley, X. P ,L., representa tive. Roosovelt. - J. M. Ostby, X. P. L., senator. B. J. Lynn, X P. T,., representative. Rosebud. A. K. Sickier, ,f. X. Myers, X. P. I,., representatives. Sanders. Wm. Tierney, X. P. L, representa tive. Sheridan. Ilans Dixon. X. P. L„ senator. Clair Stoner. X. P. Irepresentative. Silver Bow. A. X. Alderman. A. E. Barrow, W. F. Dunn, ,1. H. Driscoll, Malvina Beaky, Blizabeth Y. Kennedy. H. F. Casey, Frank ("orr. I>. P. Sullivan, .1. T. An drew. D. B. King. Ed. Roleau, represen tatives. Stillwater. ,7. P. Davis, representative. Sweet Grass. Xo candidates. Teton. Roy Imbody, J. T. Hart, representa tives. Toole. T. C, Sauby, X. I'. I,., representative. T reasure. A. J. Plummer, X. P. I,., senator. .1. D. Manning, X. 1*. L., representa tive. Valley. A. Listiko. X. P. L., Paul Kay. X. P. L., Ben Fagan, X. I'. I,., representatives. Wheatland. J. G. Alexander, representative. Wibaux. J. A. Hawke, X. J'. L., representative. Yellowstone. Will Edgmond, X. I*. L., E. W. Frn zier, X. P. L„ A. M. Miles, X. P. L„ A. W. Stow. X. P. Ii., W. A. Seitz, X. P. L., representatives. REPUBLICAN Beaverhead. F. A. Hazelbaker, senator; H. W. Rodgers, representative. Big Horn. James Griffin, senator. D. C. Kenyon, representative. Blaine. C. W. Greening, senator. W. A. l'enden, representative. Broadwater. A. J. Williams, representative. Carbon. J. C. F. Seigfried, senator; Alex Fair grieve, If. C. Province, J. T. Spencer, representatives. Carter. B. B. Sandy, representative. Cascade. A. Goodman, H. R. Stevens, H. Bloom quist, C. E. Boorman, E. II. Oooney, J. W. Roberts, representative. Choteau. O. A. Bergeson. C. Crumbaker, C. E. Haynes, D. C. Morris, representatives. Custer. R. P. Herrin, senator. It. L. Anderson, W. A. Lakin, T. A. Penwell, representatives. Dawson. 4 George McCone, Renator. H. R. Green, W. P. Arnold, II. J. Has kill, representatives. Deer Lodge. T. P. Stewart, senator. E. C. .îhonson R. C. Dunn, G. R. English representatives. Fallon. C. C. Conser, representative. Fergus. T. II. Charters, H. E. (lets. J. Q. Hitch, A. Johnson, representatives. Flathead. F. F. Dodds. E. .T. Green. Chas. A. Smith, T. H. MacDonald, representa tives. Gallatin. W. E. Harmon, senator. H. S. Buell, H. C. Dunbar, A. H. Cales, representatives. Garfield. W. C. Henderson, senator. H. G. Hills, representative. Glacier. J. W. Coburn, senator. James Perrine, representative. Granite. H. J, Faust, representative. Hill. TV. T. Cowan, T. J. Troy, representa tives. Jefferson. D. F. Riggs, representative. - Lewis and Clark. .T. M. Power, senator. M. D. Chatfield, E. M. Shoemaker, Earl Brown, A. J. Reeves, Earl Ogden, representatives. Liberty. H. O. Woare, senator. J. O, Berglin, representative. Lincoln. TV. M. Cady, representative. Madison. A. J. Wilcomb, representative. McCone. B. X*. Stoney, senator. Ole Olson, representative. Meagher. James T. Wood, senator. Geo. Bell, representative. Mineral. A. O. Nichols, representative. Missoula. J. R. Daily. R. \Y. Kemp, Dan Me Quarrie, Tyler Worden, L. I. Wallace, representatives. Musselshell. M. D. Dearborn, senator. James Hunter, representative. Park. C. S. Hefferin, senator. Fred Gibson, Joe Brooks, representa tives. Phillips. H. M. Kirton, senator. Dudley Jones, representative. Pondera. D. F. Mains, senator. Harry Parsons, representative. Powder Riiver. P. C. Jensen, senator. John Scbofield, representative. Powell. W. .T. Paul, senator. Fred Talion, representative. Prairie. W. S. Haley, senator. A. O. Gullidge, representative. Ravalli. X'. A Lyman, R. A. O'Harra, repre sentatives. Richland. L. S. Larson, representative. Roosevelt. Heney Lowe, senator. H. E. Rickert, representative. Rosebud. C. M. Dowling, H. B. Grierson, rep resentatives. Sanders. S. G Skulason, representative. Spats—More Popular Than Ever fct.vles for Iii« h h cried sin —The year 'round use of low shoes has vastly in creased the use of spats— and in so-doing, created more becoming hues, and greater variety. —The new spats are care fully designed to fit both low and high heeled shoes. Colors and material offer a splendid opportunity to satisfy your personal pref erence. —Just ask for Tweedie Boot-Tops. They are $3.50 and $4.00. FLAHERTY & PERRA 12 Third Street South r » ! V There's No Picture Like the Picture of Health The greatest master-piece in the Art Gallery of Life is Nature's "Picture of Health". It I» m marvelous portray«! of the human body at its best. One behold» in its composit» detail • true symbol of strength- It presents a figure of striking appearance in Its erect car riage, clear skin, sparkling eyes, strong; limbs, steady nerves and firm muscles; fairly vibrat ing in animation —keen, alert, fresh, and spirited; with an air of unbounded confidence and a face radiant in color and illuminated with • glow of hope and cheerfulness. Could Nature have taken yea for her model? Suppose you study yourself in the mirror of the present and compareyour looks, your feel ings and your condition with the general characteristics of this picture of the human body in perfect working order, all parta of which are sound, well organised and disposed, performing their functions freely, naturally. If you fuii'in any single point of resem blance. you are not the picture of health. It's imperative, then, that you look to • means to rebuild your strength, energy and vigor—to bring your body up to s normal a ta to of efficiency in all of its part*. The Great General Tonic Nothing is inore efficacious ss a rebuilder of eihsosted nerves and . . . . .. •—■- «t tends to ren»» wer and endur _ _ _ _ il, languid and o»«r-'wrought as the result of sickness, excessive strain, worry or over work. It's a relishable appetiser, a splendid aid to digestion and a (Isa functional regulator of the liver, kidneys and bowels. AU druggists sell LYKO. Get a bottle TO-DAY aad you'll com mence to look more like the plctnr* of health. Sale Manufacturer«: LYKO MEDICINE COMPANY NEW YORK KANSAS CITY. MO. LYKO Is aald in triginal pack, ages only, like uletura UM Rafuaa ail substitutes. F E m SHIPPI Transportation Difficulties Are Holding Back Development in Texas, Says Visitor. Business in the south is virtually at a standstill, because of the lack of prop er transportation, declared J. F. Walker of Mercedes. Texas, who was in Great Falls Tuesday enroute to Seattle, where he will represent a number of Texas business men in a Pacific ship ing deal, he says. "Transportation facilities all through the south are inadequate to the grow ing needs," he asserted. "The only shipping center which is able to handle all the commerce is Xew Orleans, which has recently constructed a modern water front. Most of Xew Orleans' shipping is by water, although it has an excellent rail system connecting it. with Chicago. "Galveston and San Antonio shipping is being held up because not enough cars can be secured to move it. That in turn, is holding up the smaller lines of business along the border and in central Texas. Along the border a sufficient quantity of good box cars cannot he had. and many commodities are being shipped on open cars. Motor trucks are re lieving the congestion greatly through Sheridan. A. W, March, senator. Harry Loucks. representatives. Silver Bow. 0. A. Brasier, Earl Roe. Tom Mc Donald. Sam Treloar, II. A. Johnson. C. S. Warren, James Snell, W. II. Goodland. G. II. Wade. Francis Silver, Miles Cavanaugh, G. T. Wade, rep resentatives. Stillwater. Julian D. Ray, representative. Sweet Grass. John T. Esp, senator. Harry H. Austin, representative. Teton. J. B. Bohliug, H. T. Rhoades, rep resentatives. Toole. William Black, representative. Treasure. L. D. Gibson, senator. C. R. Swift, Jr., representative. Valley. 1. B. Gillette. K. H. Knudsvig. E. T. Phelps, representatives. Wheatland. Ward Beley, representative. Wibaux. C. W, Reid, representative. Yellowstone. W. E. DowLin, B. G. Brockwny, R. C. Dillavou, Fred P. Itixon, J. A. Shoe maker. representatives. the southern part of Texas, but there are not enough of them to make a great impression. "Roads are now under construction in Texas, however, with the idea of making them permanent motor truck freight routes. Many of them are being hard surfaced with federal aid. There are nlready dozens of motor truck schedules Do You Know a Baby Sick With Constipation m Tell the mother to give half a teaapoon* ful of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. thoughtful mother with children in the house will risk being without a good, reliable laxative. It will save many a serious illness, many a doctor's visit. When the baby cries and is fretful, when the boy has no appetite and won't play, when the girl is listless and fever ish, when there are complaints of headaches and colds, the mother can suspect constipation. Give Dr. Cald well's Syrup repsin in the small dose described on the bottle, when you put he child to bed, and with morning the ailment will have disappeared, Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is a popular compound of Egyptian Senna and other simple laxative herbs with pepsin and pleasant-tasting aromatics. It acts gently and mildly, and children take it without objection. A sixty-cent bottle is enough to last an average fam ily many months. The ingredients are endorsed in the U. S. Pharmacopoeia, and last year American mothers bought over eight million bottles of Dr. Cald well's Syrup Pepsin from druggists. It is the largest selling liquid laxative in the world, and few cautious families are ever without it. 6 n w W TRY IT FREE Send me your name and ad* \ dress and I will send you a free trial bottle of my Syrup Pepsin. Address me Dr. W. B. Cald well, 513 Washington Street, Monticello, Illinois. Every body now and then needs a laxative, and it is well to know the best. Write me today. 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I don't kuow the reason for this condition, as every ef fort has been made by southern com mercial organizations to secure better shipping facilities."