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C lassmed and C ommercial 'âd>verte Ome Cent Peir Word! FORTY CENTS PER LINE PER WEBS (COCHT SIX WOBDS TO TH1 UHI). flJfO FEB LINE FEB MONTH. FIBST IN SEKTION : MINIMUM Uta» SBCOND INSERTION s MINIMÜ* TO AVOID BOOKKEEFINO CASS SHOULD ACCOMPANY ORDERS. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE—3080 acre stock ranch, well improved, fenced, good buildings, lots of water, plenty of hay land near the Bear Paw Ivlountains. Price $1.,,00 per acre. Easy terms. SEVEN-ROOM house, fully furnished, north side, full lot. Price $3500. $500.00 cash will handle. Real Estate (P TU] MM IF AM Abstracts of Tit!» Loans and Rentals Fire Insurance NO. 5 FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING. PHONE 4304 Splendid income property. Third avenue north to exchange for 160 acres land in Judith Basin. Several splendid homes for sale on easy terms. See us. H. H. STANLEY COMPANY Real Estate, Loans. First Nat'l. Bank Surety Bonds—Fone 4355 ;—One seven room and one six room houses, modern except furnace. Close in; good rental property. Price $7,500. HUNTSBERGER-G1VENS CO. GENERAL INSURANCE. See our complete list of homes before you buy—It will pay you FRARY & BURLINGAME Established 1890 Loans on Farms and City Property—Insurance of All Kinds—Bonds Com pleted in Our Office. HICKMAN Sure Ä FOR SALE—A brand new, strictly modern, six-room bun galow with all up to date built in features. j i i j j j FOR SALE BY BRANDT MON &' OGDEN 800 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 850 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. BRANDT & OGDEN GILMAN, anil AUGUSTA. MONT. LOTS! lediMs&rial Siftes, Busmesa Loto » Residence Lots in all parts of the city— with Water, Sewer, Cement Walks, Boulevard« 1-8 Cash, 1-3 in 1 year, 1-3 in 2 years 7 Per Cent Interest on Deferred Payments Tib© Gme&fc Falls TowmiAe Co. 9V6 Third Street South—First National Bank Building FARMS AND RELINQUISHMENTS Several real bargains in foothill ranches, some adjoining reserve; Washington ranches to trade for Montana prairie; Sun River bench preferred. Watson Land Co., 121 Vi Central avenue. FOR SALE OR RENT Large store building In town of 500 in western Montana; thickly settled irrigated farming country to draw from. Excel lent place for merchant with stock of goods in drouth stricken country to come where irrigation insures crops. Good climate, good churches and schools. Address 152 Tribune. CHOICE home, 9 acres on lake frontage and auto highway, western Montana, neat house with basement, garage, sheds, orchard, alfalfa, woven wire fence. Cheap, $1400. $400 cash, balance easy. Lock Box 5, Rolli ns, Moat. FC R SA LE 75ÏI EXCHANGE—Hal f sec tion well located Montana land, priced according to present values, for my 200 acres, 22 miles north of Guthrie, Okla., eight miles from two other good towns. Improved, fenced and cross fenced. Price $50 acre. Box 134 Trib une. ___ FOR SALE—The B. C. Jones ranch seven miles south of Stockett. 860 acres, good winter pasture, plenty hay for sale on ranch. B. C. Jones, Stockett, Mont. FOR RENT—2000 acres of farm land. F. P. Goodwin, Farmington, Mont. NICE IMPROVED 'farm.'"Wili sacrifice for cash. Inquire box 92, Square Butte, Mont. AN exceptionally fine relinquishment of 320 acres with 85 per cent agricultural plow land. Splendid reservoir site on land in heart of Genow district, where crops recommend purchase. Good open grazing land adjoining with plenty or water for stock purposes. No rock. Dobe or gumbo. Price right, Hickman. 824 Central avenue. BUSINESS CHANCES MONEY MAKING Cafe In live Judith Basin town to trade for Great Falls grocery or rooming house. Only cafe in town. Only laundry in busy coal mining town for quick sale, at bargain price. This is a winner. See us for rooming houses. Watson Land Co., 121 Vi Central avenue. PARTNER wanted in going business, dry goods, with $1.000 to $2,000. Exception al opening. Box 1300. Butte, Mont. GROCERY store for sale. Will invoice about $4,000. A snap. Tribune Box 137. NEW AND refinished pocket and bll liard tables, billard and bowling sup plies. Brunswick phonographs and records; Brunswick tires and tubes. Brunswick-Balke-Collender Co. L. S. Bacharach, Agent, 54, E. Gaiena St., B utte, Mont. •ORE ROOM with balcony. Rocky -.ountain Block. f«0 per raoatjL Sixtb street north« REAL ESTAT* LIVESTOCK. 1919 Smelter FRESH milk cow for sale avenue, Black Eagle. WANTED To * buy 100 " whiteface steer calves. Give jirice and description first letter. E. S. Harrison, Hobson, Mont. 200" H E ÄV Y SHEARING Rambouillet one and two years old rams, $25 each. Nihill & Nicholson, Hobson, Mont. FOR SALÉ— One good high grade Jersey cow, S75, cash. L. T. Wyatt, 1426 Eighth avenue north; over store. WANTED—125 head of horses to pasture for the winter; lots of straw, grain and running water. F. P. Goodwin, Farmington, Mont. FOR SALE—430 head white face ewe lambs; 100 head yearling Rambouillet bucks. C. R. Ttntinger, Cascade, Mont. PUREBRED Ramboulette rams for sale Alphonse Bonnett, Ethridge, Mont. FOR SALÉ— Team, harness and wagon. Call 901 Ninth ave. south. FOR SALE—Five pure bred Poland China boars eligible for registration. These are spring pigs and are results of twenty-five years' experience In breeding. Can be seen at Long Ranch, Belt. Montana. or inquire of J. B. Long & Co. Inc., 301 First National Bak Bids.. Great Falls. FRESH milk cows for sale. L. F. Ruth erford. 105% Central. LOST AND fflDXD LOST—Round brooch set with small dia mond. Return to Johnson Hotel office. Reward. LOST Boston bull, brlndle and white. Reward. Phono 4629. LOST Bunch of keps on 2 lings. Leave at Box 158 Tribune. Reward. FOUND—Fraternity pin with initials C. L. H. Owner may have same by iden tifying and paying costs. Phone 6847. j i LOST—Bunch of keys in Great Northern depot. Return to Box 159, Tribune. LÖST —Between freight house and Fourth avenue southwest, one crated brass jardinere. Return to J. M. Cliar teris store or 414 Fourth avenue south west. Reward. LOST— Grey black auto robe between Central avenue and C. M. Smock's store, about 5 p. m. Thursday. Re ward. Box 150 Tribune. FOUND—Three hogs at Great Falls Packing plant. Owner can have same by paying for advertisement. POULTRY AND KUC». FOR SALE—Pure bred White Rocks. (Fishel strain). Hens $1.50; chicks $2.50 each. Mrs. S. P. Carithers, Evans, Mont. HONEY FOR SALE. BWEET~CLOVBRr HÖNE yT prepaid to Montaha postoffices. 10 pound pail $3.26; 6 pound pail, $1.70. .Clark W. Allen, Big Timber, Mont. | HELP WANTED—FEMALI TWO good experienced waitresses want ed at Columbus Cafe. EXPERIENCED" stenographer at once. Box 1757. GIRL for general housework. Mrs. R. B. Caples, 29 Smelter Hill. SALES LADIES, in Montana and North Dakota. Orders taken. Mrs. Bishop, Mgr., room 43, Hotel JTracy. STEADY - position with "advancement in store, Ladies' goods, with $1,000 to $2, 000. Write Box 130 0, Butte, Mont. WANTED—Woman for general house work; small family. 823 Fifth avenue north. _______ WANTED—Girl for general housework, 221 Fourth avenue north. STENOGRAPHER WANTED. Good po sition in law office for competent ste nographer. Immediate employment. State experience and salary desired. Address Box 128. Glasgow, Mont. WANTED—Two waitresses for hotel ca fe. Wages $60 a month, board and room. Phone or write Valier hotel cafe, Valier, Mont. WANTED—Experienced "girl for general housework. Mrs. A. E. Wiggin, 19 Smelter Hill. WANTED—Girl for waitress. $60 month. City Cafe, Cut Bank. Mont. WANTED-- Maid for general housework. 916 Third avenue north. HELP WANTED—MALE | YOUNG MEN with selling experience, i Neat appearance. Call between 8 and 9 a. m., 123 Central avenue, j WANTED—Warehouseman or store I keeper. Must be experienced in hand j ling mine, mil! or smelter supplies. Cus j tomary salary for this class of work i will be paid. Apply to William L. i Creden, care Cascade Consolidated Sil j ver Mines, Neihart, Montana, j WANTED—Time keeper experienced in j either mine, mill or smelting time-keep ing. Customary salary. Wire or tele phone William L. Creden, care Cascade Consolidated Silver Mines, Neihart, Montana. SEE YMCA Al'TO SCHOOL, Lo« Ange les. None better. Start right. RANCH foreman and wife. State wages desired. C. H. Campbell & Son., 9 2nd St. No. WANTED—Man to operate and repair tractor, wages $10.00 per day. How many times have you seen an ad like that? Perhaps many times, but due to your inexperience you were forced to pass it up. We can teach you in a few weeks in all branches of Auto and Tractor repairing and driving, all branches of ignition, "battery and elec trical work, vulcanizing ind retreading, welding and brazing. Real shop prac tical experience. Write f >r information and catalogue. Prepare for a better job this winter. Énroil now. Day and evening classes. Hemphill's Trade Schools, Inc.. 707 Hawthorut St., Portland, Oregon. WANTED—Boy or man to chore morn ing and evening for room and board. 319 4th Ave. So. WANTED—A salesman. Permanent work. Phone 9870 between 12 and 1. WANTED—Trucks to haul wheat. Pay 25 cents j>er bushel; 28 mile haul. Box 148, Tribune. 200 MEN WANTED for woods work at Lupfer, Mont. Camps about 15 miles west of Whitefish, Mont. Scalc of Wages: Road Cutters ....$70 month and board Two horse Teamsters ....$75 month and Board. Sawyers $75 month and board Four horse Teamsters ....$85 month and board. We do not need any four horse team sters at present. Blacksmiths $110 month and board We need one blacksmith at present. There is no charge for board, lost time or Sundays on the above scale. This work will last until March 1, if a man gives satisfaction. All men are insured under the State Industrial Compensation Act. No charge is made to the men employed for this in surance. HENRY GOOD. Room 15, Conrad Bank building, Kalis pell, Montana. GOOD MONEY for" you selling our line of fruit and ornamental trees; small fruits; roses. Start immediately to se cure best results from the heavy de mand. Salem Nursery Company, 428 Oregon Building. Salem, Oregon. LEARN Al'TO, tractor and airplane mechanics, welding, vulcanizing. Prac tical training. Four big schools. Free 100-page catalog Special low rates. Write today. Modern Automobile & Tractor School. Dept. 92, 1803 Third avenue, Spokane, Wash. BOYS WANTED—Over school age. Western Union. ___ FLY, repair autos, ignition. Y. M. C. A. Auto School, Los Angeles. COEUR D'ALENE MINES WANTED—Miners, $5 .75; muckers, $5.75; j experienced underground timbermen, j $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, electriç lights, reading rooms; j houses to rent to men with families. ; Write or apply to Mines' Employnnnt j Office., Geo. T. Edmiston, Mgr., Wal- j lace. Idaho. SITUATION WANTED—FEMALE WIDOW, with 13 vear old boy wants housekeeping or plain cooking; coun try preferred. Room 45, Great Falls Hotei 1 _ DAY work wanted. Phone 701.5, WANTED—Position as housekeeper or! companion to invalid. College gradu ate. Good cook. Unusual circum- j stances. Box 153 Tribune. EXPERIENCED stenographer desires ; position. Box 149, Tribune. WANTED—Position as cook on ranch or j camp. 909 South Tenth street. *DAY , hour work. Box 145, Tribune. j EXPERIENCED stenographer and book-j keeper desires work evenings. Phone j 8236. WANTED—Washing. 408 Sixth st. So. I DAY WORK. Satisfaction guaranteed.; Phone 6899. WANT day's work. Call 5873. LAUNDRY wanted. Phone 7046. WASHING and ironing. Phone 9819. DAY work. Mrs. Bruce. Phone 8602. SITUATIONS WANTED—MALE MAN and wife want all winter's job on ranch or feeding stock. Wife can cook for crew of men. Write or call. James hotel. 209Vâ First avenue south. Great Falls, Mont. Phone 6758. WANTED—Position by young man with knowledge of bookkeeping and type writing. Address Box 81. Joplin. Mont. WANTED—SALESMEN SALESMEN to call upon merchants. $10 a day and up. Ready seller. Commis sion basis. Side line or whole time. Write Pacific States Sales Co,, 1403 W. First avenue, Spokane, Wash. MONEY MONEY TO LOAN— L. F. Rutherford, 105 Vi Central. MONEY to loan on city property. Mid uiff-Hpalding Co.. 209V» Centra: ave. $2,000 TO LOAN on unprovec. city pro perty. Hickman. 824 Cenu-s.1 avenue. AUTOS WANTED. DODGE touring car good condition $450 OVERLAND Top Delivery, Model 90, $375.00 FORD delivery truck, just overhauled. $300.00. Liberty bonds accepted at par in pay ment. Call 6416 or 216 Ford Bldg. -y PLEASE NOTE—We do not charge classified advertisement« to residence addresses. FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT—2 furnished basement bed rooms, suitable for men. 515 5th Ave. No. _ NICELY furnished room, hot and cold water. Gentlemen. 715 Fifth avenue no. j j ! ! j ; j j j ; ; j ; j LARGE nicely furnished front room, suitable for one or two gentlemen. 715 _ Fifth avenue north. ONE nice room, single, $18.00. Call after 1 :00. 412 Fifth Ave. No. LIGHT large room with phone, gentle man. Private home, three blocks from business. Phone 6398. FURNISHED rooms. 821 Third ave n ue north. MODERN room. 212 Third Ave. No. FURNISHED Room, gentlemen only. 204 Fourth avenue north. A SMALL front room for rent. Apply 320 Fourth street north. . MODERN room, 1312 Eighth avenue north. Phone 8829. FURNISHED room7"314 5th Ave. No. MODERN room. 312 Fourth street north. FRONT room. 601 Fourth avenue north. FURNISHED room. 617 Second avenue north. STEAM HEATED rooms. Very reason able rates. Palace hotel, 307 Fifth street south. HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS HOUSEKEEPING room». 718 2nd Ave. N. ONE large clean housekeeping room, modern, everything furnished. 520 7th _SL_No. SMALL furnished housekeeping room at low rental. 500 Fourth street south. HOUSEKEEPING room, ÏÔÏ2 1st Ave. So. i TWO furnished housekeeping rooms. $16. Inquire 715 Third avenue south. Fone 9479. LARGE housekeeping room, gas plate and oven. No children. 219 Third ave nue north. VAUGHN Hotel, 306 Central avenue, front housekeeping apartments arvl single housekeeping rooms. TWO rooms and part of basement, sep ararte bath, electric light, hot and cold water. Suitable for two bachelors or married couple, $15. Apply on prem ises, 827 9th Ave. So., afternoon or eve ning . FOUR furnished rooms for light house keeping, $20. 1116 Seventh avenue north. HOUSEKEEPING room for rent, Dav enport for sale. 700 Third Ave. No. TWO furnished housekeeping rooms for rent. 701 Fourth avenue S. W. H Ol' S E K E E PING "rooms' 307 Fourth avenue south. STEAM HÉAT. Colonial 32«'' Second ave. , so uth. FURNISHED APARTMENT» TWO room apartments, modern, electric range, steam heat, janitor, only $30. Fiat Iron. West Side. MODERN furnished two room apartment with private entrance. 712 Third ave nue south. FOR RENT—Two-room furnished apart ment with bath. 108 Thir d avenue no. MODERN two and three room apart ments Steam heat, electric range. 426 First avenue southwest. Phone 9627. UNFURNISHED APARTMENTS TWO unfurnished rooms with gas, light. heal and bath. 417 5th St. No. TWO large rooms and private bath, heat and hot water. Murphy bed. Phone 5266. ONE room, kitchenette and bath apart ment completely furnished, furniture for sale, buyer can rent apartment. Close in. Box 146. Tribune FIVE-ROOM. Call 919A First avenue north. FOR RENT—FURNISHED HOUSES FOR RENT -December 1st. new seven room bungalow, 1405 First avenue No. THREE-RÖÖM furnished including sew ing machine and piano, full lot for gardening and garage: $25 a month. ; Interstate Realty, 208'i Central. FOR RENT—UNFURNISHED HOUSES FIVE rooms, large yard, good cellar, ! lights, water. Boston Heights. Hen . dricksen, 920 Third avenue north. i FOR RENT or suie, 1510 4th Ave. No. Inquire across avenue from Postoffice. ! 6-ROOM modern house. 303 Eighth ave- ! nue south. FOR SALE or Rent. 5-room cottage. ] modern except heat. Full lot, large shade trees. Reasonable terms. 1308 ! Second avenue south. TEN room hojjse, fiOS 2nd Ave. No., suit- | able «for rooming or boarding house. Inquire at 216 Tenth street south. THREE-ROOM house; adults only. 416 Sixth avenue south. FOUR-ROOM modern bungalow. 319 Eighth avenue south. FOR RENT or Sale, one modern five room bungalow, and one modern four room bungalow, west side. 415 Ford Bldg. Fone 9682. FIVE-ROOM house for rent, all modern ; except heat; rent $20. Inquire 421 Fiftli street north. DÉSIRABLE four-room modern house, i close in. 625 Third avenue south. A. H. Gray. SEVEN-ROOM modern house for rent; ; North Side. Inquire Dennison's Paint Shop, S Fifth street north. FOR RENT Five-room house. Inquire j a t No. 8 F ift h St. N. j j I FOR RENT—SH8CELLA5SOCI GARAGE, good size, close in. Phone 8517 HEATED garage, 4th Ave. No., on pave ment, near 15th street. Phone 9683. j 40x25 brick building for garage or work- I shop. 323 Second avenue south. DESK and space in modern ground floor ! Central avenue office. Fone 4688. OFFICE room for rent. C. H. Campbell & Son. 9 Second street north. FOR RENT—313 Second avenue south, ! Black Eagle Bar with fixtures includ ing desk, electric piano, chairs, tables, ! back and front bars, register a.nd safe. I Could be used for restaurant or ice j cream parlor. Inquire upstairs. FOR RENT—Three desirable office suites in Dunn block. inquire at Room 1. WANTED- M ICELLANEOIKS ELK TEETH WANTED. We want Elk teeth in ail alzes. Send us any you have and nami your price. We will remit by return mail or send back your shipment intact 1 hartes pre paid) If not satisfactory. Jewelers e very where know us. Wo refer you to them or to our banking references—The Cen tral Trust Co., of Chicago or the Na tional Bank of Commerce, Providence, R. I., as to our responsibility. Rassett Jewelry Co., 36 Garnet St. Providence, R. I. WANTED—TO KENT FOUR or five room furnished house, on North Side. No objection to sioves. Phono 4329. FOB SALI— HOCSES EIGHT room, modern, full concrete basement, 3 gas ranges, double garage, close in, only $6,000. Terms. 3 Dunn Block. $650.00—3-room furnished house near Masonic temple; leaving city. 910 1st Ave. No. 4-ROOM semi-modern stucco house paved avenue close to high school, $1600; $600 cash, balance like rent. If you want to buy or sell your house, see us for quick action, Watson Land Co., 121V4 Central avenue. SEVEN - ROOM "strictly modern home, lose in on Fourth avenue north; hard wood floors; fire pisce; sleeping porch, hot water heat, large double garage connected with water and sewer, im provements all paid. Terms. Harry Nevvman, 5 Second street north. $13,000.00--Beautiful, modern 10-room home in desirable location—worth the money. $8500.00—Modern 8-room house in paved district, beautiful, well improved lot. garage, etc. $5500.00—New, modern 4-room bungalow, well built, large rooms, good location. Terms. $1500.00—Good 3-room house on Fifth avenue north and Nineteenth street. $500.00 cash, balance easy. Frary & Burlingame, 11 Third St. South. FOÙR-ROOM strictly modern bungalow, gas, with or without furniture, full basement, full lot. See owner, 2221 First avenue north. Phone 8734. A STRICTLY modern bungalow, five rooms, also sleeping- porch and break fast nook. Hardwood floors. Good location. Will sell furniture if desired. Double garage. Tribune Box 154 $650.00. 3-room furnished house near Masonic temple; leaving city. 910 1st, Ave. No. FIVE-ROOM bungalow, brick and tl!<\ modern, everything complete, two lots, new house and finishings. 2901 First avenue north. Call 106 Third street south. For sale by owner. SOMEONE is going to get a bargain; a fine, weli built four-room bungalow. Bung alow hill. Call owner, 6549. Four Room $1500 Five Room $3100 Six Room $4S00 Nine Room $3650 We have good comfortalfle, strictly mod ern homes located in ail parts of the city, including Boston Heights and the west side. Interstate Realty, 208'i Central. FOR SALE or rent Nov. 1, three-room modern at 1420 Sixth avenue north. Phone 8349. FOR SALE—Five-room modern bunga low, good location, built-in features, full lot, hardwood floors, gas and coal range, full basement, laundry tubs, root cellar. By owner. Terms. Call 7404. __ $5000.00—Attractive, comfortable 7-room modern bungalow-, well located. This Is a real buy. Half cash. Frary & Bur iingame. 11 Third street south. 5-ROOM all modern bungalow, nicely furnished; north side. Must be sold within 10 days. Give me an offer. Box 687 city. MODERN bungalow four-room size. bath, basement, fur lace, laundry stove with hct water connections, and elec trie range- Splendid location Acad emy hill district. Ali improvements in. Furnished complete. Will sacrifice for quick sale; easy terms. Call 98S9. FIVE-ROOM house, almost new, on three lots', barn, chicken house, board fence. See owner. 2104 Fifth avenue south. Phone 7499. FOUR-ROOM modern house; close in. with or without furniture. Call even ings. 1016 Third avenue south, FOR SALE—A four-room modern house! at 1913 Sixth avenue north. Call at 212Vs Central. FOR SALE— M ISC EI.L AN EOU8 - _. NOTICE Only IS men's suits are left, and 20 men's single « oats. Will sell the lot or by piece Men's suits, price $10 and $12; men's single coats $2.50 and $3. 309 Fifth street south. MOLÎNE Universal tractor and plows,! $600. Terms if desired. Fone 7634. or Box 1336, City. ONE platform scale. 3 heaters. 1 Majes-j tic range, 5000 sacks, 2 coai oil heat ers. 506 6th Ave. So. ONE vacuum cleaner, carpet sweeper, two violins, one rocker and one B flat clarinet and regulation band suit. 711 Second avenue south. OVERCOATS. OVERCOATS. We ha\ e a lot of heavy winter overcoats which are closing out at real bargain prices The Bargain Store. IS** Second street sout NEW 25-35 caliber Winchester rifle for sale. 616 First avenue north. Room 6. GOOD violin and case for sale cheap. 1209 Seventh avenue north. FOB SALE—Gas water heater. Phone FOR SALE— Range with gle buggy and harness. 141 avenue north. Phone 8147. 1'ENI.VSi'LAR Oak heater. 1620 Seventh avenue north. FOR SALE Cleveland Cletrac Tractor; one John Deere triple geng breaker bottoms; two gas tanks; all in A-l con dition; cheap if taken at once. 1. E. Thomson. Brookside, Montana. UNDERWOOD typewriter No. n Eighth avenue south. SECOND Avery 12-25 tractor and plows, $900. Some teians. Box 13 S Tribune. FOR SALE—One 30-60 Rumeiy engine in good shape, cheap; and a three-section Emerson disc plow. IS or 20 disc. F. P. Goodwin. Farmington. Mont. BILLIARD tatile at cost. 422 Fourth avenue north. Phone 6264. KELLY SPRINGFIELD tires in Ford sizes. Will sell my small stock at $ good discount for cash. Need the money. Peterson Grocery, 501 Eight ave. south. FOR SALÉ —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. TO TRADB. 5-ROOM house north side, water and lights. Will trade for furniture in rooming house. South side preferred, Several desirable ranches to trade for Great Falls property. Watson Land Co.. 121H' Central avenue. 320 ACRES fine "land; 130 acres winter wheat; 3 room house; burn 36x40; all stock and machinery; trade for house Frary & Burlingame. 11 Third St. So. TO TRADE FOR Residence property.! 320 acres mixed farm near Craig; full' equipment of machiner; . horses, cattle, excellent water; good buildings. $7000. GOOD INCOME Property bringing $125 per month; trade fur good farm. IF YOU WANT to Trade, see us. FAG AN & NORBV. TO TRADE Section of fine land In eastern Montana and 160 acres near Sun River. Will take house and lot or good lots. Corcoran, 203 Ford Blk. HAVE a good car to trade for. lot or lots in Academy district. Box 151, Tribune. LET us trade what you have for what you want Anything, anywhere. Wat son Land Co., 121 Va Central Ave. EQUITY In 6 room house, near academy, to trade for good horses, cattle or re linquishment. Call or address 2104 Fourth avenue south. WILL trade Overland Light Six. Model 85, for 6,000 shares Greater Wyoming oii stock. P. O. Box 611. HAY AND PASTURE FOR SALE—100 tons No. 1 blue Joint hay at $25 per ton, f. o. b. cars, Bowdoin, Mont. Write Hellekson Bowdoin, Mont. WANTED—No. 1 timothy hay. P. O. Box 1352. _ reservoir, sin Eighth _ » • j j f j L j _ J&md CALL IN OH CALL UP | (ClLASSIIFlIEilD) mm CALL :n on CALL vt 3 j _ ! ■ ACCOUNTANT» FINLAY. C. P. A. 203 Rockt ">63. Fire Ins. Block. Fon,! 466 WM. B M ountain FRED H. MUND, certified public ac countant. Fone S133. 1*. O. Boy 1293. _Great_ Falls. Mo ntan a. WILSON-CLARK tc CO.", certified public accountants, one 9799. 76-77 Stiir.<on Bank Building, Great Falls, Montana^ SHORTHAND REPORTEES rUDLÉY'^RCTwfHÉR: shorthand re porter, notary public. Mui'.igraphing. typewriting, etc. 508 First National Bank Building. Fone 9406. C H IKOPBACTIC8. _ Dr. Of.'erman. Fone 4690. 418V4 Central. Dr. J. H. Meyer. 825 2nd ave. S. Fone 6221. Ö'Connell and O'Connell. 699 Central. 4626. __ , — -- „„.r DR. W L. DITTO. Breen Blk. l one 838L DANCING SATURDAY of each week, at The New Odeon. Knights of Pleasure Club AUTOS FOR SALE. USED MODEL 4 Overland touring. Has been thoroughly overhauled. A great buy for the purchaser who wants a real automobile in a light economical car at a reasonable price. Overland Great Falls Co., 301 First avenue «orth. Dodge touring $525 Chevrolet $300 Overland roadster $325 THURSTON MOTOR CO. 311 First avenue north STUDEBAKER SIX roadster, ail in good shape, tires almost new, $600. 301 Sec ond street south. Phone 6015. USED CAR BARGAINS mechanical a beautiful Overland-Great Falls Companv phone 9787 301 First Ave. No. ________ VELIE light b. first-class condition, refinished in shade of maroon—$800, OVERLAND Model S3B roadster, all new tires—$475. FORD sedan, all new tires, shock ab sorbers, vacuum tank, large wheel, foot accelerator, motor develops maximum power—$675. OVERLAND Model 90 touring, a mighty good light car at a reasonable price—■ $750. OVERLAND Model 69 touring—$250. NEW VELIE SIX, used two Owner deceased. Relatives state. Must sell at once. May be seen at Pierse Garage. months leaving <ALE—Marmon 34. 1918, completely overhauled and painted; first class condition. Inquire Duggan Plumbing FORD touring car. FOR Pierse Garage. and Heating Co. 414 First ave. north ONE-TON Ford truck and l^i-ton Denby truck. 617 Central avenue. BÜICK SIX. $650; "Buick "Six $850. Cole Eight, cord tires $750; Maxwell $200; Ford $250; Hupmobile $900; Chalmers $850; Ali touring cars. Velie 4 passenger $700. Terms to responsible parties. 617-639 Central avenue. FOR SALE—Chalmers car in good con dition, Inquire J. B. Long & Co. 301 First National Bank Bldg. FOR SALE—FUBJTITURE NOTICE I conduct my business in a fair, and square manner and invite wholesale and retail buyers to attend and secure bargains In furniture and clothing, 309 FMfth street south FOR SALE '-Ranges and furniture of all kinds, cheap. S23 2nd Ave, So NEW $60 fumed oak dining table, $30. 67 Woodworth. QUICK meal steel range, with hot water front and heater. 319Ht 8th Ave. So. Phone 6346. FOR SALE—One three burner gas plate and bake oven; 1 kitchen table. 212 Ninth street sout^ FOR SALÉ— Bookcase and range. 410 Third avenue south■ FOR SALE- One 'library table, one gas heater. 1712 Second avenue north. Fone 6677. FOR SALE—Good sized heater. 312 33rd St. No. COLE HOT BLAST Heater, used one winter 921 Third avenue south. FOR SALE -Medium sized heating stove; good as new; bargain. 608 13t-h street north. FOR SALE—Monarch range, heater and Pullman leather davenette, mahogany. 1118 First avenue north. NEW mahogany bookcase for sale cheap. Call at 414 Fourth street north. FOR SALE —2 rockers, new éiinger, 1 rug 9x12. 1920 Fourth avenue north. VKHNIS Martin bed and springs. Phone 4671. SLIGHTLY used South Bend Malleable range*with "water back and connections ! $75." also kitchen cabinet $12. 1105 Eighth avenue north. ! I «Sü ÂfiSÂÎ'iSî I hot blast heater and vapor bath cab- j inet. cheap. 326 Eighth avenue south. | m I FOR SALE—Two large V\ hittall V\ iiton ; rugs. Jacobean oak dining room set. chiffonier, mulberry veiour rocker, ma hogany library table baby buggy. o09 , Blackstone. I hone .443. I LARGE heating stove, good as new. 1022 j Second avenue north. I FOR SALÉ- Bookcases, Globe-Werntcke, j four sections inch, grade 297; two j sections 11 inch, grade 297. two tops, i two bases for above. Address Box 75,1 Great Falls. FOR SALE, cheap, second hand furnl- I turc: beds, springs, mattresses, dining sets, ice boxes, desks, office chairs, South Bend and Majestic ranges, Cole's Hotblast heaters, and other makes. Come early and get bargains. Enter prise Furniture Co 112 Thlm st. south, — BOARO ASH «OOM COMFORTABLE rooms with board. $35. 319 Fourth avenue south. HOME COOKING and large warm front room suitable for 'hree. Fone 46S8. SOI Fifth avenue north. BOARD AND ROOM in private family! bo , s vir,! r venue north - a \ ctiue FURNISHED room for two gentlemen, Board. 211 Fifth street north. M ODERN rooms with board, three blocks from Hotel Rainbow. 614 First avenue north. ■FECIAL NOTICES STEAMSHIP ^TICKETS To and from Europe. F. J. Kreidl, 118>4 First Ave. So., Passports. Foreign Exchange. TRANSFERRING, coal "delivered cheap. Phbtvs 83ia. ARCHITECTS j SAMUEL HENRY HaAS. 208 ^ Centra!. I —~ " " - — OKEKS MAKIX O DRESSMAKING and alterations done, reasonable. 615Vi Second avenue south. ALL KINDS of dressmaking. Reason able prices. 217 Thiid avenue north. Phone 8033. SEWING and alterations. Will call for work. Phone 9819. ELECTRICA!, CONTRACTORS CASCADE ELECTRIC CO.. C D. Smith. Mgr., 504 Central avenue. Fone 6834. CHIROPODY DR. HULTBERG, 14 Thisted E!dg. PAIN TING A N If DECORATING i LUNDGREEN Decorating Co. Fone No. ! 7399 71y Ffrst National Bank. PIANO TUNING. BETTER PIANO TUNING. Phone. 7571. — PIANO INSTRUCTIONS PIANO and music taught. Phone ; , j PERSON At*. MAN, aged 34, desires to meet widow lady. Box 499, Great Fails. WANTED—MISCELLANEOUS WANTED—Sandes-Newell four disc plow. Box 712, Conrad, Mont, i YOUNG man wishes board and room in j private famiiy^ Address Box 1013, City, j WILL buy a hay press; also have a 14»<i i acre pasture to lease in Stanford coun ! try. Hetzel Bros., Coffee Creek, i WANTED—Board and room in private home for man and wife with two chii ! dren of school age. North Side. Phone I J329. ! WË BUY or sell. Furniture ExchcngeT ! fone 3746 . IPS Third St. So. j WANTED—Second-nana JariiiLur« M»T tro politan Hardw are Co Fone 43S0. WANTED—Second-hana turnltur» at »11 kinds We pay cash. Fons tMO. 1, Klltbere F urnitu r» Co. j WE ARE now in the market for second hand furniture. Stoves, ranges and goods of all description. Highest cash price paid. Enterprise Furnitur» Co. Phone 7804. _ NOTICE—As I have moved into a larger building and need the goods, I will pay good prices for discarded clothing, shoes, harness, saddles, trunks dia monds. guns, musieal instruments, etc. We call to buy and pay cash. Phone 6930. The Toggery Shop, 120 and 205 First avenue south. WANTED—REAl. ESTATE RELIABLE party wants to buy direct from owner 5 or 6 room modern home, small caeh payment, and monthly pay ments. P. O. Box 972. i LEG AL ADVEKTiSlMG NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. (Republication). I Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Office at Great Falls, Montana. Oct ober 26, 1920. I Notice is hereby given that Sam George i Fife. Montana, who on May 10. 1915. and I February 16, 1916, marie Homestead En tries Serial Nos. 037369-039514. for SWi- t ' NWVj, NE^iSWVi, WViSW 1 *. Section I 12; NWV4NWV», NWV*NEV*. NE-i NWVi Section 13, Township 21 North, • Range 5 East, Montana Meridian. Sas 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. Great Falls, Montana, on the 29th day of November, j 1920. Claimant names as witnesses: Emma Spencer, Fannie Walker, Agnes Levendowski, R. J. Wylie, all of Fife, I Montana. J. A. BARKER, Register. : First publication October 28, 1920. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. , Department of the Interior. U. S. Land ! Office at Great Falls, Montana, OcL 14. 1920. Notice Is hereby given that G<?orge A. Mann, of Great Falls. Montana, who, on August 9. 1916. made Additional Homestead Entry Seria! No. 040946, for Lots 3, 4. 5, 6, Section 6. 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 Recister and Re ceiver. U. S. Land Offtce, at Great Kails. Montana, on the 24th day of November. 1920. Claimant names as witnesses; Reinholt Thür, Charles McKay, both of Vaughn, Mont. Haden W. Mann. Albert Love, both of Great Faiis, Montana. J. A. BARKER. Register. (First Publication Oct. 16. 1920.) ALIAS SUMMONS In the District Court of the Eighth Ju dicial District of the State of Mon tana, in and for the County of Cas cade. David C. Knapp. Plaintiff, vs. Nellie J. Knapp, Defendant. The State of Montana sends greetings to the above named defendant: You are hereby summoned to answer t he complaint in this action, which la filed In the office of the Clerk of this Court, a copy of which is herewith serv ed upon you In the county wherein you reside, and to file your answer and serve a copy thereof upon the plaintiff's at torney within twenty days after the ser vice of this summons, exclusive of the day of service; and in case of your fail ure to appear or answer, judgment will be taken against you. by default, for the relief demanded in the complaint. This action is brought for the purpose of securing a dissolution of the bonds of matrimony between plaintiff and defend ant, and a decree of divorce by plaintiff from the defendant, upon the grounds I that on the 9th day of July, 1914. the de I «**« • na . w ,'," ,ou f ,«sff j serted and abandoned the plaintiff and | ever since has and still continues to so I wilfully and without cause desert and ; t ) ie plaintiff and to live separ atp an( j a p ar t from plaintiff, without c , ause or rea son, and against his will and , wlthout hls CO nser.t. I witness my hand and the seal of said j oourt this 21st day of October. 1920. I GEORGE HARPER, Clerk of said Court. j By PAT Ml'LLIN, Deputy Clerk. j (SEAL) ...... i D. Hughes. \\ hitefish, Montana, »t torn ey for plaintiff. ! NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE UNDER I OR OER OF SALE. I In the District Court of the Eighth Iudi< - - j ial District of the State of Montana, I in and for the County of Cascade. I P. L. Elliott. Plaintiff I vs. j Clifton C. Henderson. Hart Parr Com j pany, a Corporation, and Harry Neville. 1 Defendants. To be sold at Sheriff's «;ale on the 4lH day of November, 1920, at the hour of 2 o'clock, p. m., of said day at th:> fro'it door of the Court House, facing 4th street , north, In the City of Great Falls, County ! of Cascade, State of Montana. The lands and premises declared to be j foW by this decree are situate, lying and being In the County of Cascade ana state of Montana, and bounded and par ttctila-lv described as follows, to-wit: . xhe Northeast Quarter of Section Ten. J Township Twenty-one. North Range ^Fiv* ' East, of the Montana Meridian Mon tana, containing One Hundred Acres, more or less, according to tns United States Government survey there Together with ail and singular the ten-, ements, hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any wise ap pertaining thereto. Dated October 6th, 1920. , J. P. BURNS. Sheriff. By Albert Marlon, Under Sheriff. First Publication Oct. 11, 1920.