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C lassifded and C ommercial A bymtisement:
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Five-room modern Bungalow, full lot and garage. North side. Price
$4200. $700 will handle. Immediate possession.
Timber on 640 acres in Blackfoot Valley, near Milwaukee railway survey.
Will exchange for farm land.
C H. McLEAl^
Loans and Rentals
NO. 5 FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING.
»Abstracts of Title
and Fire Insurance
51400—Five-room house, easy payments.
$4700—Six-room modern home, small cash payment, balance monthly.
$7650—New six-room modern bungalow.
H. STANLEY COMPANY
Real Estate, Loans.
First Nat'l. Bank
Surety Bonds—Fone 4355
2—One seven room and one six room houses, modern except furnace. Close
in; good rental property. Price $7,500.
$4,000.00—Beautiful little four-room bungalow on full corner lot, facing
park. Academy district. Modern. $1,000 cash to handle. See us for
homes of all kinds.
Real Estate Loans—Reasonable Rates—Insurance of all kinds—Bonds com
pleted in our office.
FOR SALE BY BRANDT & OGDE1
S00 Acres—Splendid ranch and agricultural proposition well improved with
9-room house with water piped from spring; large barn, chicken house,
bunk house, and other outbuildings well made and nicely painted.
160 acres in alfalfa, 350 in cultivation; good water-right; located 3
miles of school, depot and elevator; splendid soil. This is the best
improved ranch in this section and in the highest state of develop
ment. Priced $50 per acre; $10,000 cash, balance on long terms at
7 per cent interest.
1 ,200 Acres—A splendid and desirable tract of irrigated land well located
within one mile of town, school, postoffice and elevator; about 350
acres in cultivation with over 100 acres in good alfalfa. Entire tract
with the exception of 20 acres lays almost level and all under the
ditch with good water-right; fine mountain stream and two good
springs at the house; fair improvements with 6-room house; fair barn
and outbuildings. Priced $55 per acre.
1RAMDT & ©QDEN
OILMAN, and AUGUSTA. MONT.
[im-drntarkil Sates, Emsmess Lefts
Residence Lets in all parts of the city—with
Water, Sewer, Cement Walks, Boulevards
1 -3 Cash, 1-3 in 1 3 r ear, 1-3 in 2 years
7 Per Cent Interest on Deferred Payments
Tlhie Gireaih Fais Towmte Co.
9^ Third Street South—First National
NOTICE TO BIDDERS.
For Proposal« for Transcribing Such
Parts of the Public Kecortls of Cascade
und Ferifti» Counties as Pertain I» and
Affect. What Is Now Known as .ludith
Notice is hereby given that the board
of county commissioners of Judith Basin
county, Montana, will receive sealed pro
posals for the segregating and transcrib
ing of such parts of the public records
of Cascade and Fergus counties as per
tain to and affect what is now known as
Judith Basin county, including the in
dexing thereof, on the 8th day of No
vember, 1920, at 1 o'clock p. m.
All bids or proposals must bp upon
forms furnished, by the county commis
sioners, and must be sealed and marked
"Proposals for Transcribing."
Each bid must be accompanied by a
certified check for $500 payable to the
order of Roy L. Fish, chairman, to in
sure execution of contract by ^successful
bidder. Successful bidder will be
quired to furnish a bond or undertaking
in the sum of $10,000 to Insure faithful
performance of his contract. Checks of
unsuccessful bidders will be returned to
The county commissioners reserve the
right to reject any or all bids.
Bids sent by ma'l shall be addressed to
H. U. Brownlee, County Clerk and Re
corder, Stanford, Montana.
Dated October 4, 1920.
ROY L. FISH,
Chairman of Board of County Commis
EX \ M INA
Notice is hereby given that an exam- I
Inatlon of candidates for certification as 1
certified public accountants will be held j
at the University of Montana, Missoula, j
Montana, on November If. and 17, 1920. I
Candidates are advised that standard i
question papers prepared by the Ameri
can Institute of Accountants will be i
used at this examination. According to
the law, candidates for examination
must have had at least one year's praetl
cal experience in the office, practicing I
public accountant. Application forms ;
may be obtained from the registrar of
the University of Montana, Missoula,,
By order of the Board of Examiners. ,
HAY AND PASTURE.
PASTURE tor sale and 50 tons of hay,
plenty of good water. Inquire Thos.
McGonagle, Evans, Mont.
VISITOR FROM KANSAS
DIES NEAR GILDFORD
Spécial to The Daily Tribune.
Gildford, Oct. 12.—V. L. Browning,
aged about 72 years, who had been a
resident of this section for about three
years, died Friday at the home of James
Miller, 26 miles north of Gildford. He
wub from Cherokee county, Kansas, and
had teen visiting at the home of his
son up north for about three months.
Bagdads population was once 2,000,
17-ROOM rooming house; hot water
heat. Good business. Owner leaving
city. Big sacrifice. Pacific Agency,
102 First ave. south.
TWO-CHAIR BARBER SHOP WITH
beveled plate giass mirror, cash reg
ister, 2 Hydraulic chairs, a complete
bath outfit, barber toweis and bath
towels and other fixtures; also a
steam laundry agency. AU for $450
cash. Climate conditions force me to
seil at once. Fred C. Merkel, Bear
FOR SALE—Clean grocery stock* and
fixtures. North Side. Box 53 Tribune.
SOME real bargains in hotels and room
ing houses, also good country hotels,
business chances of all kinds for sale
or trade. Watson Land Co., 121Vfc Cen
tarl avenue . Fone 6492.
FOR SÄLE —Hotel. 25 rooms, modern.
Box 33 Tribune.
f FO R RENT OR SALE—One up-to-date
' three-chair barber shop with baths;
, „, . ,—7—s~
x , 9 î . me ®t for Rale at -
Vûihorl llrtv 19 Ti-iKunn
good town; good business for the win
ter Mr. Dan Redden. Neihart, Mont.
Neihart. Mont. Box 13, Tribune
GÊM restaurant, Belt, Mont., Box Î14.
Reason for selling, sickness. Cheap
for cash. Only up-to-date restaurant
In town. Doing good business.
SAFE AS A BANK—300 per cent annu
ally If you can invest $15, upwards,
write Midwest Investment Bureau, 654
Boston block, Minneapolis, Minn,
ï HÀVË for sale in the livest city In
Northwestern Montana, a modern
steam heated brick apartment hotel
and rooming house. Positively the
best buy in the city and producing a
large net income. For particulars ad
dress Parent Realty Company, White
STORE ROOM with balcony. Rocky
Mountain Block. $60 per month
5 Sixth street north.
HONEY FOR SALE.
SWEET "CLÖVÜR ~HÔNÉY— PrepaTd~tö
Montana postoffices. 10 pound pail
$3.25; 5 pound pail, $1.70. Clark W.
Allen. Big Timber, Mont.
SALESMAN WANTED—One of the old
est and strongest insurance companies
in the world will teach beginners the
insurance business and assist them fi
nancially until well established. Only
high grade applicants considered. Box
MONEY TO LOAN
WANTED—$1400 and $1,000 first mort
gages on Improved city property.
Worth three times amount of loan.
Will give 10 per cent per annum. 3
Du nn Block. _____
TO BORROW, $7,000 real estatee security.
Tribune box 59.
MONEY TO LOAN—L.
MONEY to loan on city property. Mld
k iff-Spaldlng Co.. 209 & Ce ntral ave.
$2,000 TO LOAN on nnprovea city pro
perty. Hickman, 324 Central «.venu«.
GIRL to work for board and room; white
or colored. Phone 6068.
GOOD dishwasher. Married woman pre
fered. 319 Fourth ave. south.
GIRL to assist with housework and
help care for children. 1524 Fourth
ave. Fone 7838.
WANTED—Neat, capable assistant In
professional office. State age and ex
perience. Box 300 Tribune.
WANTED—Girl for general housework.
Best wages. 1615 Fircee ave. north.
WANTED—Lady to do two hours work
per day. Elmore Apts.
CALL Mrs. Moore, Hotel Foley, or Bar
cley custom made corsets.
WANTED—Two housemaids for general
work. $45 per month with board and
room. Address Montana State Tuber
culosis Sanitarium, R. F. D. No. 1,
Deer Lodge, Mont.
RELIABLE girl or woman for house
work. Mrs. Southmayd, 220 Third ave
WANTED—Competent maid for general
housework. Mrs. B. J. Boorman, 815
Fifth avenue north.
WANTED—Maid for general housework.
916 Third avenue north.
GIRL for general housework; family of
two. 823 Fifth avenue north.
WANTED—To deliver messages, girls
past school age. Apply Western Union.
COMPETENT maid for general house
work. Apply mornings, 500 First ave
COMPETENT girl for general house
work. Apply mornings. Phone 8601
717 Fifth avenue north.
w&Medi, $17.50 per week.
HELP WANTED —MAL E
WANTED—Porter, wages $75 per month
Hospital, Conrad, Mont.
SURVEYING—Experienced levelman and
rodman, irrigation work. Live in town.
Write L. S. Robinson, Cascade, Mont.
for tihe Anami^ersaury Sale aâ
's, 212 Ceiniür&S
WANTED—Building and loan solicitor.
New field. Excellent pay roll.
Wheatland Building and Loan Associa
tion, Harlowton, Montana.
ALL-ROUND butcher can get work .at
Browning Cash Market, Browning,
WANTED—Shoe repairer at once, must
be good; good salary or forty per cent
commission. Goodyear machinery, best
equipped leather repair shop in north
west. Browning Saddlery Co., Brown
LEARN ÄÜTO and tractor mechanics,
welding, vulcanizing. Practical train
ing. Four big schools. Free 100-page
catalogue. Special summer rates. Mod
ern Automobile & Tractor Schools,
Dept. 92, 1803 Third ave., Spokane,
BOYS WANTED—Over school age.
FLY, repair autos, ignition. Y M. C. A.
Auto School, Los Angeles.
WANTED—Ail-round experienced auto
mechanic, soms knowledge of welding
and batteries desired, capable to take
entire charge of repair shop Perma
nent position if satisfactory. E. C.
Clapper Garage, Cut Barjk, Mont.
COEUR D'ALENE MINES
j WANTED—Miners, $5.75; muckers, $5.75;
experienced underground timbermen, ,
$6.25; eight hour shift, steady employ
ment, no blankets needed, no labor
troubles or strikes; modern boarding
and rooming houses with bath, steam ;
heat, electric lights, reading rooms;
houses to rent to men with families.
Write or apply to Mines' Employment
Office., Geo. T. Edmiston, Mgr., Wal
NOTICE—Day work advance, 45c hour;
carfare; 8 hours, 50c carfare otherwise
FIRST Class day laundry work. Fone5829.
STENÖG RÀPîTE R and bookkeeper de
sires position. City references. Box
: 61, Tribune.
LADY desires work evenings playing
piano, typewriting or as cashier. Box
j FILING clerk wants position. Box G,
I STEADY employment wanted. Fone 7S74,
I DAY work wanted. Phone 5S29.
j DAY work. Mrs. Bruce. Phone 7425.
DAY WORK; satisfaction guaranteed.
; PRACTICAL nursing. 214 Second ave.
SEWING of all kinds done at home.
Call after four. Phone 7525.
EXPERIENCED gas engineer wants po
sition with chance for all winter's job.
Am good all around ranch hand. Write
_ or wire care Box 63. Tribune.
WANTED—A place to tend to furnace in
exchange for room rejit. Box 589, City
POSITION as private chauffeur, experi
wishes employment of any kind.
M. C. A.
MIDDLE aged man with family in city.
IT CATION WANTED — Experienced
general store clerk, can furnish best
of reference. Box 60, Tribune.
EVENINGS and Sundays, bookkeeper or |
clerk. Geo. Emerson, phone 4382,
EMPLOYMENT wanted by experienced
commercial and bank bookkeeper. G.
Collins. 115 Blake St., Helena. Mont.
EXPERIENCED bookkeeper, 28; under
stands balance sheets and profit and
loss statements. Box 26, Tribune.
WO RKÎNtf^téiSr^lâjërTi*6"Fi^ fth üve
11 ue south.
WINTER pasture for 200 or more head
of stock, 4 ,000 acres of ungraze^ range,
400 tons timothy and alfalfa hay, five
straw stacks, running water, good
sheds. Inquire of Peter Fake, Calvert,
YEARLING EWÉS FOR SALE—About"
1400 yearling ewes, a few twos and
threes. DelaTne type. Hand sheared,
fat. Sheep running 8 miles east of
Brady. W. R. Armstrong, Great Falls.
30 SHROP bucks for sale. C. S. McDon
FOR SALE—2 milk cows, coming In this
fall. Inquire 1708 Eighth ave No.
FOR SALE—30 head stock cattle, mostly
cows and heifer». Box 28 Tribune.
PUREBRED Ramboulette rams for sale,
Alphonse Bonnett, Ethrldge, Mont.
WANTED—100 to ist) steers to run for
one year. For particulars inquire at
Tribun e. Box_S14.
REGISTERED black Percheron stallion
age six, weight 2,000 pounds; either
sell cheap or trade for horses or mules.
Box 93, Carter, Mont.
FOR SALE—Team, harness and wagon.
Call 901 Nint h ave. south.
Ï^OR SALE— Five pure bred Polanî
China boars eligible for registration.
These are spring pigs and are results
of twenty-five years'
Bak Bldg., Great Fall«.
ng. Can be seen at Long Ranch,
Montana, or lnoulre of J. B.
ft Co. Inc., 801 First National
PLEASE NOTE—We do not char*»
classified advertisements to residence
FURNISHED room; close in. 314 Fifth
NICELY furnished room, "with hot and
cold running water. 527 Fifth ave. no.
FRONT room. 601 Fourth ave. north.
MODERN furnished room, splendid lo
cation. 913 Second Ave. No.
SLEEPING room, clean and pleasant;
suitable for two men or two women
or man and wife. 920 Third avenue
FOR RENT—Furnished room for gentle
man. 612 Third ave. north.
MODERN room. 312 Fourth street north.
WARM, pretty room; large closet; very
close in. 205 Sixth St. north.
MODERN front room. 714 Second ave. no.
NICE furnished room. 1105 Second ave.
COMFORTABLE room in modern home.
212 Ninth street south.
ROOM—$10. 510 Fourth Avenue north.
TWO LARGE rooms, first floor, strictly
modern. No children. Box 58 Tribune.
ROOMS for rent,
503 Second avenue
MODERN "rooms. 818 Third avenue north.
FURNISHED rooms. 410 Fifth ave. No.
FOR RENT—Furnished room,
ond avenue north.
FURNISHED room for rent. 400 Sixth
avenue north, phone 5676. _
CLINE ROOM. 209_Second ave. north.
ROOM—Gentleman. 414 fécond ave. no.
SLEEPING room, modern. 1825 Seventh
ave. north. Phone 6865.
203 Second avenue
FURNISHED rooms, with kitchenette
and gas range. 116 Third street north.
LARGE front room for housekeeping.
1014 Fifth ave. north.
ONE~ and TWO-room housekeeping
apartments at 509 Fifth ave. south.
NICELY furnished rooms with previlege
of kitchen if desired. 719 Third ave.
south. Phone 7557.
FOR 1ÎENÏ —One front room, furnished
for housekeeping. 212Vs Central ave.
CHEAP basement housekeeping room.
615 Fifth ave. north.
HOUSEKEEPING rooms. 606 First ave.
TWO furnished basement housekeeping
rooms. 1105 Second ave. north.
ONE housekeeping room. 700 Third
FOR RENT—Two modern furnished
housekeeping rooms. 212 Twelfth street
STEAM HEAT, Colonial 320 Second ave.
TWO housekeeping rooms; $14 month;
don't mind baby. 113 Fifteenth street
SLEEPING and housekeeping apart
ments. Meurice, 520 First avenue
CORY' HOTEL. Housekeeping rooms
FOR hALE—Furniture for five rooms,
| Apartment for rent. 3-0_, First ave. no.
FOUR or five-room furnished heated
; apartment. Phone 8872.
TWO nice unfurnished rooms with kitch
enette for light housekeeping, in paved
district; only one block from car line.
Reasonable rent 1115 Second Ave. Su.
UNFURNISHED apartment. Phone
8780. Call 2027 8th Ave. No. _|
FOR RENT— Several apartments in bun
galow court, consisting of two rooms,
kitchenette, bath, and being strictly
modern, with basement. Hickman, 324
3-ROOM furnished flat In duplex house.
Close in, half block from car. Coal
lange, heater, electric plate, bath, use
of phone. $35. 314 Eighth street south.
FURNISHED apartment. 1920 Fourth
MODERN, cheapest and cleanest apart
ment. 824 Seventh avenue south.
FOR RENT—UNFURNISHED HOUSES
■ '— I
FOR RENT—0 rooms, strictly modern; j
garage. H. H. Stanley Company. j
ONE large 3-room house and one 2-room
house. 1812 Fifth avenue north
FOR "RENT—6-room house. $20. North
side. Pacific Agency, 102 First Ave. So.
FOR RENT 6-room modern house, good
condition. North side. Pacific Agency,
102 First avenue south.
FOUR-ROOM modern house. Inquire
408 Sixth avenue north.
FIVE rooms, water and lights. 3206
Fifth avenue north. Call 920 Third
avenue north. Hen drickso n.
3-ROOM house at 713 Fourth ave. south.
Price $15; 5-room, modern except heat;
full lot and garage, 1408 Fifth ave. no.
Price $31.60. Inquire C. 11. McLean.
5 First Natio nal Bank.
TÏïRË E-ROOM house, electric light and j
city water; place for chickens, cow; I
$8; cross the West Side garage. First I
FIVE-ROOM house 1600 Sixth avenue i
north. Phone 7242.
FOÜR ROOM, all modern house, 625 J
Third ave. south. Close in; also four
room, modern except furnace, 1212
Sixth ave. south. A. H. Gray.
THREE-ROOM house. Inquire 2204
Seventh avenuo north.
FOR RENT—5-room unfurnished bunga
low; close in. $32.50 per month. In
cluding water. 5 Sixth Bt. north.
FOR RENT—Five-room house. Inquire
at No. 8 Fifth St. N.
FARMS ANI> RELINQUISHMENTS
NICE IMPROVED farm. Will sacrifice
for cash. Inquire box 92, Square Butte,
FOR SALE" 80 acres, all fenced; broke
and in crop. Just off Valeria drive.
Will sell at bargain. 311 Third ave. no.
or ;KH Central ave. Mikehaslt.
1120 ACRES, fenced and cross-fenced.
300 acres under cultivation; good
buildings; abundant water; 100 acres
in winter wheat; 100 ready for spring;
excellent equipment of horses and ma
chinery. Cash rent in advance or good
security. Box 50 Tribune.
RELINQUISHMENT for sale, cheap! on
Fort Asslnabotne. Tribune box 57.
IT'S A CINCH that now is the time to
buy Montana land. See ua for real
land values. 40 to 10.000 acre tracts.
Watson Land Co., 12116 Central Ave.
RANCH for sale or trade, by owner, near
Great Falls. Box 47, Tribune.
FOR RENT—Dairy farm, close to town;
plenty of feed and water. Box 17,
WANTED TO RENT—A stock or dairy
ranch, where everything was furnished
on shares. Box 44,JTribune.
TRUCK farm or chicken ranch with
good improvements, excellent soil, eas
ily irrigated, near city on river front;
money making proposition. Interstate
Realty, 208'/» Central. _ __
FORTRENT^ÖO-acre ranch; good build
ings, good well with windmill; suitable
for a dairy; two miles from carllne.
Address Box S91,_Clty. __
RELINQUISHMENT $5?iT One" mile
from railroad station. If taken at
once. Box 29, Tribune.
AN exceptionally fine relinquishment of
820 acres with 85 per cent agricultural
Î)low land. Splendid reservoir site on
and In heart of Genow district, where
crops recommend purchase. Good open
grazing land adjoining with plenty of
water for stock purposes. No rock.
Dobe or gumbo. Price right, Hickman,
824 Central avenue.
WANTED by man and wife, 2
modern furnished rooms with kitcheen
ette and private bath. North side
Am willing to pay the price if the
place is A No. one. Address P. O
_box 1828, City.
WANTED—Child to board; school age or
yo unger. 1014 Fifth avenue north.
WANTED CÖÄT— Good, warm, loose
second hand. Phone 6017.
WANTED—Wardrobe trunk at once.
State price and condition first letter.
Address box 613 City.
WANTED OATS—Growers having oats
for sale please write. Paying premium
over advertised prices. Robt. L.
Rowell, Great Fails.
RESPONSIBLE party, no children,
would like piano to store for use of
it. Will pay drayage. Phonee 6394.
WANTED TO BUY—A bull iTTcT 18
months old, Shorthorn preferred.
WANTED—To buy eight or ten fresh
milk cows. None but first class will be
considered. Address Jersey Dairy, 115
Eleventh St. So. or phone 6226.
THE OPEN FORUM Second hand store,
where you will receive full value in
cash for men's clothing. Fone 8275. We
WE BUY or sell. Furniture Exchange,
fone 9746. 109 Third St. S o.
WANTED—Second hand furniture. 117
Third St. So. Phone 8128.
WANTED— Second-hand furniture. Me
tropolitan Har dwar e Co. Fone 4340.
WANTED—Second-hand furniture of all
kinds. We pay cash. Fone SM*. J.
Ellsberg Furn itu re Co -
WE ARE now in the market for second
hand furniture. Stoves, ranges and
goods of all description. Highest cash
price paid. Enterprise Furniture Co.
SPECIAL prices paid for men's used
clothing and 'shoes. Phone^ 6930.
WE BUY discarded clothing, shoes, sad
dles, guns, trunks, suit cases, Jewelry
etc. Phone The Togge ry Sh op 6930.
IF YOU HAVE any good suits you want
a good price for, p
Toggery Shop. 120 Fii
rst avenue south.
FOR» SALE CHEAP—Child's bed, new
bicycle tire, small writing desk, oil
heater. 602 Second ave. south.
BOX couch, cooking utensils, Navajo
blanket, cheap if taken at once. Phone
TO" BE sold at auction. Furniture, Sat
urday. City market. See public auction
ad in this paper.
REED BABY" buggy "for sale. 1121
REFRIGERATOR, kitchen cabinet,
rockers, Crex rug, mattress, cooking
utensils. 1804 Fifth ave. north. 8283.
FOR SALE, cheap, second hand furni
ture: beds, springs, mattresses, dining
sets, ice boxes, desks, office chairs,
South Bend and Majestic ranges, Cole's
Hotbiast heaters, and other makes.
Come early and get bargains. Enter
prise Furniture Co. 112 Third st. south.
FURNITURE for .sale. 3214 Second ave.
p R XIT[ RE of nine-room rooming
house . Terms. Box 56 Tribune,
- -- - ,. ■ n -Y.:
TU IN Go-car, $lo nurse™ c '' a ] ,
two wash tubs 60c and /5o and btown
pdycrone Jardlnere, $3.50. 2109 First
ave north. Phone 8534.
. ... „„„„„ iso til,»
1" OR SA I.E. Quick Meal range, $o0. L ke
new; White droj) head sewing machine,
like new, $45; kitchen cabinet, like new,
$22; bed complete. $15 Oil stove with
oven, $S; ice box, $15; wardrobe, $7.
two bed room tables, $5; chicken wire,
$5, and garden tools, $3. 1511 Eighth
TWO brass beds with box mattress; one
dresser, French mirror; one library
table; two book cases; one gas range;
one small ice box: one wardrobe; one
box couch. 305 Third avenue north.
I BIG HARVEST Time special sale of
j Men's clothing at The Bargain Store,
j 13H Second street south.
poR SALE—Wagon, good as new; two
SHACK 12x16. $76; ground rent. $1.50
monthly. ;$ Dunn Block.
10-20 CASE tractor, with plows, stubble
botto..., two breakers. Call 2925 Third
avenue south. Phone 5315.
sets of harness, collars. John Deere
sulky plow. 410 Ninth avenue south.
FOR SA1.E-- Mahogany phonograph,
reasonable if taken at once; terms. 1102
Eighth avenue north.
l'ot'R Registered New Zealand Red Rab
bits with hutches. See public auction
ad in this paper.
FOR SALÉ —80 bushels winter rye for
seed. C. M. Storm, Vaughn.
FOR SALE—100 »hares Neihart Consoli
dated Silver Mining Co. stock. Write
to W. C. Kester. Gilford, Mont.
ONE NEW Bobbins & Myers 75 K. W"
40 volt, shut wound D. C. generator
and field Rheostat. $50 F. O. B. Géral
dine, Mont. A. H. Heyroth.
The sale of furniture and clothing goes
straight on. Good grain sacks, $12 per
100. 309 Fifth street south.
FOR SALE—Indian moto-cycle and side
car. 814 Second avenue south.
BILLIARD table at cost. 422 Fourth
avenue north. Phone 6264.
FOR SALE—Second hand roli top desk.
Tribune Printing Co.
SWEET CLOVER SEED. WHITE
For sale in one hundred pound lots or
more. Cleaned ready for seeding. Price
25 cents per pound. New seed—Just
hulled. Excellent quality. Get it now
for spring seeding.
GEO. E. DCIS. GRAND FOR KS , N. D.
20 SHARES Montana Cord Tire Co. for
sale at a. big sacrifice discount. Inter
state Realty. 208H Central.
LARGE hot air furnace; cheap. 824 Sev
enth avenue south.
KELLY SPRINGFIELD tires ïn " Forcî
sizes. Will sell my small stock at
good discount for cash. Need the
money. Peterson Grocery, 501 Eight
FOR SALE—1 Smith Form-a-truck. $250;
1 "Enterprise" sausage machine, $100.
All above mentioned articles In good
condition. Inquire Great Falls Meat
Co., 310 Central Ave.
FOR SALE OR TRADE—E-B 12-20 trac
tor. R. F. Knight. Walt ham.
RACING Homing pigeons for sale cheap.
606 Fifth avenue north. Call between
6 :30 and_8 p. m.
FOR IlK NT— MI*< ÏI.J.A5 IOCI
GARAGE for rent. 1S06 Eighth ave. no.
GARAGE—can store five cars. Any
storage $15. 517 Eighth ave. south.
FOR RENT—Windham hôtel. Wind'
ham. Mont., Box S6.
FOR RENT—Store room 30x30, with" bal
cony. Best of location. Cheap if
taken within 10 days. B Sixth st. north.
GARAGE, 1406, Second avenue south.
Phone 7414. After 5 p. m.
FOR t«ALE-KEAL ESTATE
CORNER LOT and house, north side.
Box 38 Tribune.
VACANÏ~lot. excellent location Second
avenue north, at sacrifice. Phone 8486.
FÖR S ALË^Cor n er lot north side. Box
FOR SÄLE— Two 10 acre tracts. West
Side, improved. Corcoran, 203 Ford
CALL IN OB CAUL UI»
CALL IN OB CALL UT
WM. B. FINLAY. C. P. A. 203 Rocky
Mountain Fire Ins. Block. Fon.i 4663.
FRED H. MUND, certified publie ac
countant. Fone 6133. 1». O. Box 1598,
Great Falls. Montana.
WILSON-CLARK ic CO., certified publia
accountants, one 9799. 76-77 Stunton
Bank Building, Great Falls. Montana.
DR. ANNETTE GUPTON, Chlropracter,
phone 6120, 201 Central. Sulphur, va
pour baths, electronet baths and tub
pr._Offerman. Fone 4690. 418V4 Central.
D r. J. H. Meyer, 825 2nd ave. S. Fone_622L
O'Connefl and Ö'Connell. 609 Central. 4626.
DR. W L. DITTO. Breen Blk. Fone 8381.
PAINT! NO AND DECORATING
LUNDGREEN Decorating Co. Fone No.
7899. 719 First National Bank.
GENERAL painting and paperhanglng.
Charles Rummel, 412 Sixteenth st. no.
autos for «alk
SPECIAL built Buick. Two large com
partments in rear of body. Call 6959
FOR SALE—Three quarter ton Reo
truck; cheap for cash; almost new,
cord tires, two second band extra tires,
good engine. Inquire Central Store,
Ninteenth street Smelter ave. Black
BUICK SIX,"$650; Buick Six $850 Coli
Eight, cord tires $750; Maxwell $200;
$250; Hupmobile $900; Chalmers $850;
All tourings cars. Velie 4 passenger
$700. Terms to responsible parties.
617-619 Central avenue.
DODGE touring car, good condition.
Reasonable. Phone 5413. 1910 Second
BUICK 4 cylinder 1918 touring car, first
class condition. 617 Central avenue.
FOR SALE—1920 Ford touring car, with
starter. 210 Fourth street south.
FOR SALE—Dodge touring
model, good condition,
street north, ^one 5875.
MOTORCYCLE for sale. Bargain at $75.
511 Seventh ave. south.
1918 CHALMERS touring
THURSTON MOTOR CO.
314-318 First Ave. North.
INTERNATIONAL motor truck, slight
ly used demonstrator, suitable for haul- i
Ing grain. Will sell at reduced price. ;
Overland-Great Falls Co.. 301 First ;
avenue north, Phone 9787.
WILL trade car, Al condition, for in
come city property. Phone 9539.
FORD sedan, late model, starter, etc.,
reasonable. Phone 7824.
FOR SALE FORD CAR—Recently re
built, model 1917, new tires, radiator,
etc. Delivery body with full top, side
curtains, etc. Price
Third avenue south.
$225, cash. 813
FOR SALE—One-ton Denby truck. $600.
Motor Inn, 117 Second avenue north.
IN USED MOTOR CARS
Chalmers light sir touring
Studebaker six touring
Studebaker four touring
Hupmobile Model "N" touring
Overland Model 85-4 touring
Ford delivery truck
The above cars are all in first class ;
mechanical condition and have new tops i
and paint jobs where needed. They ara !
excellent buys for prices asked.
GREAT FALLS AUTO & TRUCK CO.,
STUDEBAKER SIXES, COLE AERO
EIGHTS and DAY-ELDER W. D.
Complete stock of repair parts.
D26 First Ave No. Phone^ 6408
FORD roadster, in good running order.
J. P. Tralnor, 312 First National bank.
ISIS FORD SEDAN overhauled, in A-l
condition, all new non-skid tires, vac
uum lank, good lights. Priced right.
SAXON SIX, good finish, good tires. In
first class running order. A light six
car at a reasonable price.
OVERLAND 4 roadster demonstrator;
price right; will guarantee same as a
new car. One extra tire.
BRAND NEW Maxwell 25, $1,000; sells at
regular list price of $1315.00. A saving '
to you of $315 on a brand new car.
OVERLAND-GREAT FALLS CO., I
301 First Av e. No. Phona 9787. ;
FOR SALE—40-80 Twin City tractor with
S6-inch Rumely separator now threeh
lng 40-80 Avery tractor, two sections
La Crosse disc plows. One Titan 10-20
tractor with mofdboard and disc plows.
One Van Brunt drill. Any of this ma
chinery will be sold so you cau afford
to own It. Phone 9492;
FOR SALS:—Chalmers car tri good con
dition. Inquire j. B. Long & Co.
301 First National Bank Bldg.
TO TRAO®. .
WANT to trade" shares in an oil company
that is now drilling two wells in a
proven oil field in Wyoming, for a good
car; roadster preferred. J. P. Hanson,
TO TRADE—70 acres, 3 miles city, all
good farm land. Will consider car,
with $300 cash. $20 per, all clear. 113
Central Ave., Great_Falls._ _ _
LET us trade what you have for what
vou want. Anything anywhere. Wat
son Land Co., 121H Central Ave. Fone
G-CYLINDER truck, first class condition
to trade for property on West Side.
General Machine Shop, 317 Fourth St.
160 ACRES of land four miles from rail
road, all plow land. Will exchange for
good dairy cows. Address inquiry to
P. O. Box 1749, Great Falls, Mont.
WOULD exchange 5 room house and cor
ner lot in Boston Heights for good
dairy cows. Write P. O. Box 1749$,
Great Falls. Mont.
WILL trade Overland Light Six. Model
So. for 6.000 shares Greater Wyoming
oil stocjt. P. O. Box 611.
160 ACRES, 10 miles from Choteau, H
mile from school, four-room house,
small barn and chicken house. SO acres
broke, 100 acres tillable, good well and
spring. Price for quick sale $20 per
acre, or will take anything of value up
to $1000 on this deal. T. A. Magher,
WANTED TO" TRADE—835 acres of
farm land near Simms, Montana, for
Great Falls Income property. If all
land can not be handled will trade
part. Write F. J. Whelr, Cascade. Mont.
1 OR RENT—FURNISHED HOUSES
FURNISHED three-room cottage. 421
Ninth ave. so. Phone 7605.
FOR RENT—Furnished three-room bun
galow, modern except heat. 2116 First
ave. north. Inquire 16 Bernlce Apt.
FOR RENT—Two-room furnished house.
Apply 120 Eighth street south.
THRËÈ-room furnished house. $12 per
month. 907_ Tenth street south.
THREE-room furnished house. Bath, $30.
715 Third ave. south. Phone 9479.
WILL rent seven room house, furnished.
North Side. Desirable location. P. O.
6-ROOM modern house. W r est Side. Fone
FURNISHED .house. 2604, "Central
FOR RENT—4-room furnished house;
sewer connection with sink, and lights.
$22.50 per mo. including water. Close In.
5 Sixth st. north.
SAMUEL HENRY HAAS. 208H Central.
SEWxNxTbyday. Phone 5559.
PLAIN and fancy dress making. Rooms
25, Grand Hotel..
DRESSMAKER and teacher of fancy
work, would like fancy waists to make;
can draw designs; will work by day.
714 Eighth ave. So.
PLAIN sewing domT reasonable. Phone
C ASC ADE ELECVRIC CO., C. D. Smith.
Mgr., 604 Central avenue. Fone 6834.
DR. HULTBERG, 14 Thlsted BIdg.
SATURDAY of each week, at The Ne»
Odeon. Knights of Pleasure Club.
BETTER PIANO TUNING. Phono 7571.
DUDLEY CROWTHER, shorthand re
porter, notary public. MulUgraphlng
typewriting, etc. 508 First National
Bank Bu " "
Building. Fone 9406.
$400 CASH, balance like rent. 6 -room
house, bath and toilet. Pacific Agency,
102_ First ave. south.
FOR SALE—Four-room new bungalow,
Academy district. 2509 Se c ond Av e. No.
FOUR-room house with furniture, for
sale, cheap, if taken at once. Fine lot
and good garage. Not modern. 1920
Sixth ave. north. Call before 8 p.m.
FOR SALE by owner, six-room house.
A real bargain. 1821 First ave. north.
SNAP—Nearly new two-room house;
electric range included; fine vegetable
cellar and outbuildings. Arthur D.
Johnson Sales Co. 214 Ford Bldg.
FIRST CLASS modern five-room bunga
low. First ave. north, near high school.
Phone owner 8386.
BY OWNER, modern duplex. 1624
Central ave. Inquire phone 5320.
910 First ave. north.
FOR SALE by owner, one or two strict
ly modern rive room modernn bunga
lows. a bargain. 1224 First avenue
FOR SALE—Five-room modern bunga^
low, built-in features, full basement,
i good location. Phone 7404.
; fojT"SALE—Eight fine room apartments.
for SALE BY OWNER—Three-room
modern. This property is close In and
a first class revenue producer. If you
are looking for income property talk
to me. Term«. George P. Mallon,
Dunn b uilding.
Someone is going to get a bargain in
a fine, well built four room bungalow,
Bungalow hill. Call owner, 6549.
house, garage, coal shed, chicken
house; $1,200, cash or terms. 112 S3rd
FIVE-ROOM house, "almost new, on
three lots, barn, chicken house, board
fence. See owner, 2104 Fifth avenue
,iw. PART cash, buys
modern, except heat, inside of Ninth
street; $1,200 cash, balance $1,900, terms,
secures a five-room modern bungalow,
Academy district; $1,000 cash, labance
$1,500. terms, buys a four -room with
double lot. Academy district. We also
have a four-room house with four lots
for sale. Interstate Realty, 208^4 Cen
$200 TAKES a dandy one-room house on
West Side. This will make a home or
can be remodeled into a garage. Must
be moved off of ground. Call 5988.
Mutual OU Co.
FOR SALE at a bargain, new bungalow
and three lota. Little Chicago. Inquire
427 Ford Bldg.
S *ö£*R-room; modern except furnace.
Sixth avenue south. Full lot. Reason
able. Your own terms. Immediate
posseassiou. See owner, room 1, Dunn
FOR SAXE — New modern bungalow, west
side. New modern four room bungalow,
west Bide. Easy terms. 418 Ford Bldg.
j,"ÔR SALÉ —A four-room modern house
al jgjg Sixth avenue north. Call at
FOUR-ROOM modern house; close in.
with or without furniture. Call even
ings. 1016 Third avenue south.
212 H Central.
_ LOST AND roU.NP
LOST- -À black purse in or near Wool
worth's. Valued 'highly. Belonging to
a daughter gone beyond. Fone 5302.
LOST—Two rabbits, one black and white,
one brown and white. Return to 210
Eighth street north .
LÖST —Bunch of keys on steel ring. Find
er please phone 7170. Reward.
LOST—Last Sunday, unusually large
cameo brooch, mounted in gold. Gener
ous reward if returned to Room 14.
Acme Ho tel.
LOST—Auto tire, size 3l x 3H- Please
deliver to 102 First avenue south and
LÖST —Coaster wagon tongue. 50 oents"
reward if returned to 208 Ninth St. So.
E. R. Waltt.
LOST— Auto mobi le crank. Pho n e 7Ü3S.
LÖST —A pocketbook containing $85.
citizen papers, union card. Finder ad
dress box 1683, Fred Schletar. Reward.
If you keeep money, retur n book.
LOST—Between Fields and Tracy, crank
for Hudson. Return to 109 Sixth street
LOST—Brown fox neckpiece, on south
side. Return to 612 Fifth Ave. So.
on left hip.
on left thigh.
Liberal reward. Box 255, Great Falls,
LOST, Sept. 29, Irish setter dog. 1 mile
from Armington. Finder notify J. T.
Burns at the sheriff's office and re
HOME BAKING—Phone your orders
early. Deliveries between 4 and 6 p.
m. Phone 7135^632 Fifth avenue north.
CORNET pupils wanted. Phone 8218.
Clarence ^haw._ ^
" HIGH TESTED MILK
Sign up 2 quarts 25c. Strictly fresh eggs
and fresh country meats, cheap S24
Seventh ave. south. Phone 9673.
For appointment phone 6120. Massage,
vibrator and violet ray treatments. 201
BOA RD AM > «OOM
(i(>nn BOAÏiD, comfortable rooms,
pleasant and homelike, $35, 819 Fourth
BOARD by the week, except Sundays!
_ 4W9 Fifth ave. north.
BOARD and room in private family. i523
Fourth avenue north.
BOARD and room In private family,
suitable for two gentlemen. 626 First
FIRST CLASS room and hoard. Best
lunches put up. 614 First avenu* north.
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