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REAI ESTATE
KEAL ESTATE
FOR SALE—3080 acre stock ranch, well improved, fenced, good buildings,
lots of water, plenty of hay land near the Bear Paw Mountains. Price $13.00
per acre. Easy terms.
SEVEN-ROOM house, fully furnished, north side, full lot. Price $3500.
$600.00 cash will handle.
££k. E SSV„ui, C. H. McLEAN .ÄÄ&SS
NO. 5 FIRST NATIONAL, BANK BUILDING. PHONE 4304
We are offering for quick sale splendid «"'"-room modern bungalow. Close
in on Second avenue north in walking distance. Small cash payment. Bal
ance monthly. This is a snup.
H. H. STANLEY' COMPANY
Real Estate, Loans.
First Nat'l. Bank
Surety Bonds—Fone 4355
$4,500—Buys one dupléx house, three rooms each, on double corner, and one
4-room house, all furnished, full lot. Can you beat it?
HUOTSBERGER-GIVENS
GENERAL INSURANCE.
t'/é Third Street South
Phone 4334
SNAP—$2,200.00 buys 2-acre tract near Sun river bridge. Good house, con
crete basement, good well, 2 good barns. Ideal for chicken farm and
gardening.
$2,000.00—Buys 4-room house, modern except heat, full lot. Terms to suit.
See us before buying.
FEAEY & BURLINGAME
Established 1890
Real Estate, Bonds, Investments, Rentals, Loans, Insurance.
First National Bank Building. Phone 4179.
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Iimdkü34rä&! Sst®s ? Business ILo&i
Trackage
Residence Lots In all parts of the city— with
Water, Sewer, Cement Walks. Boulevard*
TERMS
1-3 Cash, 1-3 in 1 year, 1-3 in 2 years
7 Per Cent Interest on Deferred Payments
The Greaift Fails Towmlihs Co.
9Vfc Third Street South—First National
Bank Building
FOR SALE— MISCELLANEOUS
T
WAYNE gasoline curb pump with
barrel tank. Electric light. $200. Box
323 Tribune. _
AIR COMPRESSOR and Curtis tank
with fittings, $45. Box 323 Tribune.
ARMY overcoats; army raincoats; one
genuine Canadian racoon skin over
coat; men's mackinaws. S3 ; men's suits
hats, shoes. Everything at bargain
prices here. The Bargain Store, luV^
Second stree t sou th.
UNDERWOOD typewriter for sale. Good
shape, $15. _Box 324 Tribune. _____
PIANO In Al condition after January 1,
1921, or will rent to responsible party.
920 Third avenue north. Hendrickson^
jr'OR SALE—Warehouse or freight ele
vator. A. Weidmann, 1400 Third ave
nue south.
FOR SALE—Combination bookcase and
writing desk in good condition. TU
Seventh street north.
1000 SHARES Greater Wyoming Oil
Stock at 14 cents a share. Box 311
Tribu ne.
TWO GOOD looking taiicrmade suits;
slightly worn; size 44. Apply box 307
Tribune^ _
E coal wag©ns ffosr sals.
Me ASMsfters Coal C©„
CHOICE—Silver Black Breeding Foxes,
instructions. Reid "Bros., Bothweil, On
tario, Canada.
NATIONAL cash register, oak finish;
nearly new; cost $875 will sacrifice
for $450; terms to reliable party.
West Typewriter Company.
BICYCLE for sale. 216 First ave. south.
UNDERWOOD typewriter No. 5, excel
lent condition. reasonable, cash or
terms. 326 Eighth Ave. So.
NEW, man's dark suit, large size. Phone
_ 559 2.
ONE mounted buffalo head and one
buffalo hide for sale. Great Falls
Me at Co
KELLY SPRINGFIELD tires in Ford
sizes. Will sell my small stock at
good discount for cash. Need the
money. Peterson Grocery, E0I Eight
ave. south.
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.
BUSINESS CHANCE»
25-ROOM hotel, heated; in live town, near
oil district; money maker; sacrifice
sale. Box 2 Tribune.
ÖPPOTÜN IT Y for real farmer with
little monev. A 10.3 acre, nine years
old, irrigated, commercial apple or
chard. Famous Kennewiek district,
state of Washington. Can be bought by
small payment down, balance crop
payment. Phone 6887.
FOR SALE—Soft drink stand and lunch
counter, a bargain if taken at once.
Owner going away. Box 30.3, Tribune,
WELL""located"rooming house; does good
business yearly. Also small grocery,
confectionery and candy-making bus
iness combined; other business oppor
tunities. Located in Lewistown, Mont.
Write Luther A. Carter.
WILL rent part of our store for winter
months. Will arrange to suit tenants.
No. 7, Sec ond St . No.
27-ROÖM hotel, all modern, for sale
very reasonable. P. O. Box 215, Cas
cade^
MILLINERY AND SUIT BUSINESS in
most promising town in Montana.
Write or call on Mrs. Eklund, Hardin,
Mont. I
NEW AND refinished pocket and bil
liard tables, billard and bowling sup
plies. Brunswick phonographs and
records; Brunswick tires and tubes.
Brunswlck-Balke-Coliender Co. L. S.
Bacharach, Agent, 64, E. Galena St.,
Butte, Mont.
HAY AND PASTURE
320 ACRES fine grazing; good shelter; 18
miles up Sun River; 35 tons hay, $600.
8 Twelfth street nort h.
100 TONS of No. 1 alfalfa; 50 tons oat
■traw; 640 acres of pasture; fine shel
ter, water, care of stock free, $1250. 4
miles »outh of Ulm. W. F. Ellis, Orr,
$tont.
VOIt SALE—HOUSES
MR. RAILROAD MAN! Five-room
dwelling, modern except heat; also well
built two-room cottage. Ail on full
corner lot in walking distance. A
snap at $3,000. Rea-sonable terms.
Fagan & Norby.
(FOUR-ROOM modern bungalow with
sleeping porch, bath, furnace, oak
floor, etc. Sacrifice sale at $2,850, easy
terms. Interstate Realty, 208 V > Centra l.
SEVEN-ROOM house; built six years;
modern in every respect; good loca
tion. 712 Ninth street north;
FOUR-ROOM modern bungalow, very
desirable lot, Academy district. Imme
diate possession. $3700. Reasonable
terms.
BEAUTIFUL eight-room dwelling in se
lect residence district, Fourth ave. no;
double garage; owner leaving city. See
Fagan & Norby.
A BARGAIN.
FOR SALE by owner on car line; three
modern houses with garage. One fur
nished. All special improvement paid.
Very easy terms. Box 321, Trib une .
TRADE, sell, rent, five-room house, two
lots, water, lights, cellar; fine condi
tion. Boston Heights. 920 Third ave
nue north. Hendrickson.
FOR SALE—Three-room furnished house.
411 Fifth ave. south.
FOUR-ROOM modern house by owner.
Phone 5848;
NICE" three-room bungalow for sale
cheap by owner. Cozy, comfortable
home for a small family; full basement,
full lot 1209 Eighth ave. south.
FOR SALE—$2,000 takes a good four
room house, full corner lot; $500 cash.
$4,500—A strictly modern five-room bun
galow in paved district. Second avenue
north.
$6,500—A new strictly modern six-room
bungalow with fire-place, colonade
bookcasas, all hardwood floors, built
in kitchen features, full concrete base
ment, laundry tubs, south and east
front, First avenue north.
HICKMAN, 324 Central Avenue
FOUR-ROOM modern house; close in.
with or without furniture. Call even
ings. 1016 Third avenue south.
FOR SALE—REAL ESTATE
A BARGAIN for quick sale. Two six
room houses. Full lot, 50x150. Good
location, north side, near car line. In
quire of M. Randall, 12 Second St. No.
FARMS AND relinquishments
640 RELINQUISHMENT, near Craig.
Plenty water and timber. Cheap. Box
317. Tribune.
280 RELINQUISHMENT," 30 miles' north
Great Falls. Snap. Box 316, Tribune.
FOR SALÉ— 160 acres of good timber
land with improvements, half mile to
mill, 8 miles to Kallspell ; good road,
very cheap if taken soon. Write to
Joe Daumiller, Kalispell, Mont.
Reduced rates to settlers. Apply
or write us. Midkiff Spalding Co.,
209^4 Central Ave.
FOR RENT—Family to take ranch on
shares, not furnished. Frank Rush,
Belt.
LIVESTOCK.
FOR SALE—8 head gilts, 30 head fall
pigs, purebred Duroc Jersey. L. G.
Passmore and Sons, Farmlngton, Mon
tana.
60 HEAD purebred yearl lngand two
year-old Rambouillet bucks for sale.
Best of condition, active and vigorous,
especially bred for Montana range
yearling ewe, same stock took first pre
mium at state fair, this year. Big bod
fed heavy shearing sheep. B. C. White,
B.iffalo. Mont.
RABBITS.
rabbets for sale
Imported pedigreed black and white
Hymilaians, the true fur-bearing kind;
white Jeanets and Rufus Red Belgians;
all»mateured stock. 1801 6th Ave. No.
HELP WANTED—FEMALE
WOMAN COOK for camp, $65 month.
Montana Employment Co., 13% Second
Street south.
DINING room girl, $40 month, room and
board; out of town. Montana Em
ploy m ent Co., 13% Second st . s outh.
WANTED—Girl for general housework.
No washing. 315 Second ave L north.
COMPETENT girl for general house
work. 221 Fourth avenue north.
WANTED—Woman for general house
work. Small, modern home. AU con
veniences. Sleep at own home. Phone
5680.
COMPETENT girl for genera! house
work. Call at No . 9 S ec ond street No.
EXPERIENCED stenographer, one with
some knowledge of bookkeeping pre
ferred. Address P. O. Box 1448, City.
Replies trea ted co n fiden tially.
SALES LADIES wanted in Montana and
North Dakota. Orders taken; corsets
altered and mended. Mrs. Bishop,
Hotel Foley. _ _ _
CLERKS—Over 17, for postal mail ser
vice. $125 month. Experience unneces
sary. For free particulars of exam
ination, write R. Terry (former Civil
Service Examiner), 470 Continental
Bldg., Washi ngton, D. C .
COMPETENT girl for general house
work. 20 Sme lter Hil l.
GIRL wanted to work for room and
board. Phone 6068.
A RELIABLE girl for general house
work. no washing. 605 3rd Ave . So.
.
HELP WANTEB-MALE
MEN
Do You Want to Increase Your Earning
Capacity?
You can increase your present wage
many times, by training yourself in
one of the many trades in the automo
bile and tractor business. Pick out
one' of the following trades and write
us about further particulars. Automo
bile and tractor repairing and operat
ing, battery repairing, recharging and
rebuilding, Oxy Acetyline welding and
brazing, vulcanizing and retreading,
also special ignition and electrical
courses. We are one of the few schools
who teach the practical shop meth
ods. Our rates are more reasonable
and our courses better and more com
plete than most schools. A letter ad
dresses to us today might mean the
turning point on the road to success.
Hemphills' Trade Schools, Inc., 707
Hemphills' Trade fcchoois, inc., ivi
Hawthorne ave nue, Portland, Ore gon,
WANTED—Gas engineer. Write to Y.
G., Box 65, North Battleford, Sask.
WANTED—All around handy man. Ed
O'Connor. Cascade. Mont.
—— —
STENOGRAPHER with knowledge of
bookkeeping as general assistant in
Great Falls office. Permanent, Box 306
_ Trll) " rle : — ——
CLERKS, over 17,'for postal mail ser-i
vice, $125 month. Experience unneces
Service Examiner). 470 Continental
Bldg.. Washingt on, D. C.
LEARN AUTO, tractor and airplane me
EARN AUTO, tractor and airplane me
chanics, welding, vulcanizing. Prac
lwÊpasf 1 5&l 0 J OU Spec S ial Ch low"' ratS
Write today. Modern Automobile &
Tractor School, Dept. 92, 1803 Third
avenue, Spokane, Wash.
SEE YMCA AUTO SCHOOL, Los Ange
les. None better. Start rig ht
WANTED— S ALE SM KN
WE WANT a man for Montana who
knows the state thoroughly, particu
larly the hardware, drug or general
larlv the hardware, urug or general
store trade. Proven sales record and
unquestionable references essential.
Preference will be given to a man who
has car. Large line J n J tîe J" ° ur
American and foreign factories. U ell
known to the trade. If you are now
traveling for jobber and want to bet
ter yourself, here is an opportunity.
Commission basis. Write giving all
details to the Griffon Cutlery Works,
153 west Nineteenth St., New York
City.
SALESMAN wanted to handle the most
human auto necessity on the market.
Address H. AV. Lyman company, 18
N. 8th St., Minneapolis, Minn.
WANTED—AGENTS
AGENTS—The county agency for the
American Lady washer, selling at $5.50.
Worth fortune, and will make you
more money than you ever imagine in
your wildest dreams of fortune. Com
municate with us at once. American
Washer Works, Colman Bldg., Seattle,
Wash.
SITUATION W ANTED— FEMAlï
RELIABLE woman wants day work.
Phone 7232.
EXPERIENCED woman with a. girl of
seven, wants housework. Prefer out
of town, near school. Box 288, Tribune.
LADY willing to care for children at
her home after 6 p. m. Phone 7544.
CARE of children, after school and
evening. Phone 9710.
GIRL wants position on ranch, $.40 per
month. Box 315 Tribune.
POSITION as cook, widow with child 3
years old, country preferred. Apply
Y. W. C. A .
LADY wishes work by day. either plain
sewing or housework. Box 310 Tribune,
Sewing by day. Hotel Opera, Room 14.
CLEANING, washing or ironing. Call
evenings. 2021 sixth avenue north.
CHI LORES to care for evenings.
Phone 8049.
WORK by the hour. Phone 7162.
LAUNDRY work. P hone 704 6.
DAY - WORK of any kind. Phone 9832.
W ANTED—Wash I ng and ironing. Work
guaranteed. Phone 4168.
WANTED—Crocheting to do. Write Box
167, Fort Benton, Mont.
FIRST class day work. Phone 6899.
WASHING wanted. 710 Tenth street
south. Phone 8906.
DAY work w anted . Phone 7792.
SITUATIONS WANTED—MALE
FURNACES attended to and ashes
carried out; small weekly charge.
Box 300 Tribune.
GENERAL clerk with three years ex
perience desires position. Call room 27,
Parkview Hotel.
POSITION wanted in drug store. Two
years' experience. Box 1 Tribune.
RESPONSIBLE man desires job driv
ing truck. Box 322, Tribune.
POSITION in store. Eight years' ex
perience in grocery, two years in
clothing and gents' furnishings and
two years in general store, in small
town as manager. Can give good ref
erence. Box 320, Tribune.
FARM and "dairy hand, single and ex
perienced as working foreman, wants
responsible position of any kind on a
farm or ranch. Reference furnished.
Box 194, Dodson, Mont^
WORK on ranch. Hotel* Opera No. 14.
HÏGH SCIIOOL boy wants work after
school and Saturdays. Phone 7831.
WANTED—Books to keep in spare time
by efficient bookkeeper and account
ant. Box 297 Tribune.
MAN ÄND WIFE would like work on
ranch. Apply room 37 Northern Hotel.
YOUNG man strong and Industrious,
wishes work of any kind. Experienced
in grocery or dry goods. Can drive
truck. Can furnish good references.
Box 308 Tribune.
MARRIED man wants janitor work.
_Call 7128.
OLD MAN, honest, industrious and
energetic wants work. R. Carofcron
Clayton, Gen. Del. City. Reference.
PLEASE NOTE— We do not charge
classified advertisement« to residence
addressee.
FURNISH ED BOOM»
ROOM and BOARD in modern home;
can accommodate three. 801 Fifth ave.
north. Phone 4688.
TWO modern furnished rooms, $10, $12
month. 413% Third street south.
MODERN furnished room, $16 per month.
315 Third street north.
FRONT room in private residence. 106
Second avenue north. Phone 79 79.
FURNISH ED room. 906 T hird Ave. N.
ROOM on third floor, $8.00 per month.
_315 Third street nor th.
FURNISHED room, close in, for gentle
men. 507 Second avenue north.
VERY NICE suite "of "rooms. Fire place
and piano. 510 Fourth ave. north.
FURNISHED room. 821 Third avenue
north.
STEAM HEAT"S3.00. 320 2nd Ave . So .
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS
LIGHT housekeeping room for rent.
904 Central ave.
STRICTLY modern rooms for men. 615
Fifth avenue north.
FRÖNT ROOM, furnished for house
keeping; modern. 512 Third ave . no rth.
MODERN nicely - furnished, well heated
two housekeeping rooms. 1213 Central^
HOUSEKEEPING rooms, bath; no chil
_dren. 1716 Vifth avenue north.
MODERN furnished housekeeping
room, gas, kitchenette; no children.
1224 Central.
ROOM with kitchen ette. 920 Second av no
3 MODERN housekeeping rooms. 703
Fifth ave. north.
FOR RENT—Housekeeping room. 700
Third ave. north.
SLEEPING and housekeeping. Meurlce,
520 First avenue north.
FOX BENÏ-FCHM8HED HOUSES
3-ROOM furnished house, modern except
heat. Call 800 Seventh street south.
MODERN furnished 5-room house, 1206
Central avenue. Call 1224 Central
ONE seven room furnished house. 801
Gl h Ave. No.
: „ ,.._ kn hon se3
j F*)R
j VERY cheap rent. Three-room house.
I AUn n»rtiu fnrnishpd small house.
Also partly furnished small house.
707 Third street south. Phone 6398.
A 4 - R OÖ M~ ho us ef o rrent, 1911 Eighth
i avenue north.
j FÖR~Rent— Six-room house, good ioca
u neflr gchool and car i ine . 1218
Seventh ave. north.
j 5-ROOM house foF rentT inquire room 8,
Eddy Hotel.
| jjoDÈRN"Y- room"house. 703 Fifth av. no.
Sixth ave. north. Call 1016 Fourth ave.
north. Phone 9755.
FOR RENT—Strictly modern five-room
bungalow . Kirst avenue north. Hick
, man B
j HOUSE_ TO^LET-Modem^ex^plT fm
nace, at 1520 Eighth avenue north. Call
at 11 Conrad Bank.
FOR RENT or Sale, one" modern five
room bungalow, and one modern four
room bungalow, west side. 415 Ford
Bldg. Fone 9582.
FOR RENT—Five-room house. Inquire
at No. 8 Fifth St. N.
FURNISHED APARTMENT»
— —• —, ,
I MODERN two-room apartment; nicely
| furnished Call between 6 and 9 p. m.
j No children. 506 Fifth ave. jiorth.
i MODERN furnished three room apart
ment f| rst floor, no children. 1224
! . S '
Central.
UNFURNISHED APARTMENTS
FRONT room, large closet; heat and
bath. 417 Fifth street north.
THREE rooms with private bath, steam
heat; two blocks from Rainbow Hotel.
Midkiff-Spauldlng Co., 20 9^ Centr a l a v.
3-HOOM fiat, 927 Seventh ave. north,
$32.50. No children^
ÏX5 SEMI MODERN 2-room apartments.
Fifteenth st. Sixth ave. no. Fon e 4279.
FIVE room, corner 2nd Ave. No. and 8th
St. 312 First National Bank Bldg. J.
P. Trainor.
WANTED—TO BENT
5-ROOM furnished, modern house. Box
318, Tribune.
ONE ROOM, kitchenette and bath or
light housekeeping rooms. State rent
wanted. Box 312 Tribune.
WANTED by gentleman modern light
housekeeping room or would consider
room and board. State price and
part icula rs. Box 313, Tribune.
IOB REST-M1SCBW.ASIOCI
CENTRAL avenue location for rent.
Suitable for small store or office. Apply
P. O. Box 517, City.
STORE, with living room, for rent. 603
Ninth avenue south.
BRICK building, car storage, $3.50 a
month. 323 Second a ve. so uth.
GARAGE for rent. Dr. Stukey, 1007
Second avenue north.
G A RACK. 211 T hird ave nue north.
FOR ItKNT Three desirable office
suites in Dunn block. Inquire at
Room 1.
board and «oom
GOOD board anl comfortable rooms;
Pleasant and homelike. 319 4th Ave.
So. '
BOARD and room, reasonable. 923
Seventh Ave. No.
special noticäs
COMPARTMENT storage warehouse,
packing and crating for shipment. Pi
anos, household goods a specialty. Lo
cal and long distance freighting. Re
duced rates. Phone 4604.
HÏ<5H tested milk, 2 quart's for 25c; T
bone steak. 30c per lb; pork 35c and
40c. 824 7th Ave. So. Phone 9572.
TO TRADB,
TO TRADE for city property, 240 acres
near Brady; no encumbrance. 160 near
Portage; no encumbrance. 160 on
Highwood Creek; no encumbrance.
Come in and talk It over. Fagan &
Norby.
ÏG0 ACRES farm land; close to county
scat, to trade for city property. Tribune
box 309 .
TO TRADE - Almost new John Deere 3
plow stubble bottom for 4 plow trac
tor disc. Erlck Lee. Sand Coulee,
Mont.
LET US TRADE what you have for
what you want, anything, anywhere.
Watson Land Co., 121-i Central avenue.
TO TRADE Great Falls residence for
farm land. Describe what you have In
first letter. P. O. Box 1796, Great Falls.
TRADE 305-acre farm for 3-room house.
B ox 22 7. Tribune.
WILL trade land close to Havre for
cattle. L. J. Kolar, Havre, Mont.
VVILL trade Overland Light Six, Model
85, for 6,000 shares Greater Wyoming
oil stock. P. O. Box 611.
.money to t.oaî»
MONET to loan on city property. Mid
kiff-Spaldlng Co.. 209V? C entra', eve,
TO i.UAS on l.njjrovec, clly prt»
perty. Hickman, 324 Ceo-ra* avenue.
AUTOS FOR SALE.
FORD touring car, 1917. First class con
dition. Real bargain, $225. 15 Third
street south.
FORD ton truck, worm drive, pneumatic
tires? Everything like new. Leaving
town. Will sell cheap or on terms.
Orchard, 50 Fair Hotel.
DODGE roadster. $550.00.
CHALMERS touring; Hot Spot motor.
LEXINGTON, closed car.
THURSTON MOTOR CO.,
314 First avenue north.
WILL trade 37% acre tract, unimproved,
about 20 miles south of Roseburg,
Oregon, for a car, prefer Dodge or
Ford. Will pay a small difference If
necessary. State price and condition.
Box 319, Tribune.
ONE TON attachment for Ford car
price $50.00. Call phone 42 41.
FOR - SALE—Or will trade for auto, one
three room and one two room house,
barn, chicken coup, fencing. Located
about 10 blocks from Central avenue.
806 Central.
THAI LOR for auto. Glenn E. Dale.
513 Second avenue so uth.
3 MÖLINE tractors for sale; used as
demonstrators. In first class condition.
Price $700 dollars each. Terms to res
ponsible party. Great Falls " Weldi n g C o.
DODGE cou pe in first class condition
for quick sale; oversize tires. Tera?f
to responsible party. Reply to P. O.
Box 1023. or Tel. 9401. __
FOR SALE CHEAP—Five passenger
Dodge, just overhauled and painted.
W. H. George Co.
Ï 919 Ford touring. Hr., cl.„
shane- motor transmission and differ
entlal' overhauled this month. This
car is a bargain for $300. Call 6025
or see car at Lee Fo rrest' garage.
USED CAR BARGAINS
BRISCOE TOURING—A 3-speed lignt
car ready for the road. Why take tne
street car or walk to your work when
you can ride in this economical car
for $200.00. , .
FORD sedan, top and upholstery in
splendid condition, new tires, shock
aosorbers, vacuum tank, new differ
ential gears, large wheel, foot accéléra
tor, motor develops maximum power,
OVERLAND Model 90 touring. Here Is
a light car ready for the road which
will stand lots of abuse.
REO touring, overhauled, refinished, new
tires.
1919 FORD roadster. We have put this
car in the "pink" of mechanical con
dition and taken the drop in price as
well
OVERLAND-GREAT FALLS CO.
301 First Avenue North—Phone 97S7.
BUICK Six, four new tires. Make your
own price. Call sample room 11, Rain
body. McKinney
bow Hotel
NEW - FORD, Sedan
Motor Cck
ONE-TON Ford truck and lMi-ton
De :ib y truck.^ G17 Central a venu e.
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.
FORD roadster, five passenger; Velle
sedan, both good condition. Western
Motor Co.

NEW VELIE SIX, used two months.
Owner deceased. Relatives leaving
state $500 less than cost. May be seen
at Pierse Garage.
i
~
BUICK SIX. $650; Buick Six $850. Cole
Eight, cord tires $75«; Maxwell $200;
e-w,
Ford $250; Hupmobile $900; Chalmers
$S50; AH touring cars. Velie 4 passenger
$700. Terms to responsible parties
617-619 Central avenue.
FOR SALE—One Velie car in good con
ditlon. Inquire J. B. Long & Co "
801 First National Bank Eid?.
FOR SALE—niBJTlTrBK
'
SIMMONS brass bed, complete; chiffon
ier, carpet, 2 rockers, kitchen chairs,
610 Ninth street south.
ONE Globe-Wenlcke sectional bookcase,.
1-12V4 1-10'•*, 2-8 Vi inches. One Pull
man davenport, 1 piano and bench, 1
large brass bed, springs, mattress, 1
single bed, springs, mattress. 2 dress
eis. Call' from 10 to 1 only. 1115
Sixth avenue south.
FOR SALE—New fumed oak writing
desk. $8.00. 919 First avenue north.
Ph one_9569. — —
FOR SALE—High grade player piano
and rolls. Sell reasonable. For ap
pointment, call Tel. 7571.
FUMED OAK buffet, $17." 526 Fifth ave.
north. Fone 6559.
FO R SA LE— One player piano with
about 70 rolls; also combination book
case. 624 Second ave. south.
FOR SALE—Like new, kitchen cabinet.
Englander couch, breakfast table. In
quire 1<K15 Seventh ave. n orth.
VÏCTOROLA and records, mahogany
sewing cabinet, combination smoking
and reading stand, medicine chest, eleo.
trie light fixtures, sewing machine,
davenport. 115 Ninteenth street north.
Phone 8037.
LARGE size Victor, slightly used oak
finish; three dozen late records. Cost
$250. Well reasonable. Also cut glass
and household gookJs. Apply 100
Blackstone Apts.
PIANO and bedroom furniture; boys'
sleigh; good condition. 818 3rd Ave.
North._
FOR SÄLE— Fumed oak library tablé.
711 8th Ave. So. *
ffANTED-MI8CEU.*SEOOS
WANTED—BIDS FROM CONTRACT
ORS for the Arlington building. West
Side. Apply t o own er. Cllne house.
BOY'S BICYCLE, must bo reasonable.
Box 314 Tribu ne.
WASHING called for and delivered.
Phone 7853.
IF ANYONE wishing to ship car to
Los Angeles write J. B. Wellenstein.
Pendroy, Mont.
WILL STORE piano for use. Fone 5389.
WANTED to buy, showcases
19. Third street south.
BARBERS notice! Have you a Monitor
cash register and checks for same, for
sale? A. E. Gregg, Valier. Mont.
WE BUY or sell. Furniture Exchange,
fone 9746. 109 Third St. So. •
WE BUY second hand furniture. Great"
Falls Furniture Co. Phone 4129.
SELL It to Brown. Second hand goods.
Phone 8128.
WANTED—Second-nabd lurnllure. Me
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^n/. tJD wf P°"y ca, D h a t
KlUI.err Kurntmr« Co
Folsom,
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VVE AKK now In the market for second
hand furniture. Stove», ranges and
goods of all description. Highest casft
" . . na iri(i>niiiir« Cn
goods of an uescripiiuu. S""
price paid Enterprise frurniture Co.
Flion» 7804
jrvriCE—As I have moved into a larger
building and need the goods, I will
pay good prices for discarded clothing,
shoes harness, saddles, trunks, dla
mond 's. guns, musical Instruments, etc.
We ' all to buy and pay cash. Phone
6930 The Toggery Shop. 120 and 205
Pirs't avenue south.
a=asr.ri
LOST A!NO TOV.''n
LOSM^^orl^vTr^r^on
st. south Nov. -4. 1 leas"
Eleventh
phone 763g.
LOST—Two Jersey cows; one
branded, right rump. P. O.
Box 1S23. Reward $10.00 per
LOST—Mink necksearf at Grand tt -fn
ter. Return to Great Falls Meat coin
pany office for reward.
CALL IN OR CALL UF
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ACCOUNTANTS
WM. B. FINLAY, C. P. A.
Mountain Fire Ins. Block. Fon< 46i
203 Rock^
FRED H. MUND, certified publie ac
countant. Fone 6183. P. O. Boa 12S8.
Great Falls. Montana.
WILSON-CLARK U CO., certified public
accountants, one 9799. 76-77 Stanton
Bank Building. Great Falls. M ontana
CHIROPRACTIC».
Dr. Offerman. Fone 4690. 418 % Central.
O'Connell and O 'Connell. 609 Central. 4626.
DR. W L. DITTO. Breen~Blk. Fone 8 38L
DRESSMAKING
DRESSMAKING at home or by the
hour. 505 Fifth avenue south. Phone
7525
UP-TO-DATE dressmakin g. 9 Fair Hotel.
lxth ave. north
WANTED sewing . 1 700
SEWING wanted. Phone 8049.
PLAIN sewing and dressmaking.
25 Grand Hotel.
Room
ALL KINDS of dressmaking, reasonable
_prices._217 3rd Ave. No. Fone 8038.
DRESSMAKING—Call 5389. 1617 5th
Ave. No.
«M. -p.cl.lly.
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: DRESSMAKING, remodeling, coats re
| lined, etc . 15 Sixth St. So.
I HKMstitchinV Mrs. Hebener, 411 4 ave no.
PIANO INSTRUCTIONS.
SHORTHAND REPORTERS
180 g Fifth Avenue north. Phone 7252.
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north. Phone 9581.
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! HONEY FOR SALE.
L pTrt J er Y no tar y ^public.' MulUgraphlni.
typewriting, etc. 508 First National
iBank Building. F<
SANITARIUM
Seventh
; puRE HONEY—Guaranteed best on the
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market. Prepaid anywhere in Mon
tana, 5-pound pail $1.70, 10-pound pail
$3.25. R^ A. Bray Apiaries, Producers
of Quality Honey, Big Timber, Mont.
SWEET CLOVER HONEY, prepaid to
Montana postoffices. 10 pound pall
$3.25; 5 pound pail, $1.70. .Clark W.
! Allen. Big Timber. Mont.
POULTRY AND EGOS,
FOR SALE—Fine single comb white
leghorn cockerels, 3617 Fourth ave. no,
LEGAL ADVERTISING
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION OF TIME
APPOINTED FOK PROVING WILL,
ETC.
Trobate Department.
In the District Court of the Eighth
Judicial District of the State of Mon
tana, in and for the County of Cas
cade , ,,
In the matter of the estate of Martin
Rystad, deceased.
Pursuant to an order of said court,
made on the 24th day of November, 1920,
notice is hereby given that Wednes
day, the 8th day of December, 1920,
at 10 o'clock a. in,, of said day, at the
CO urt room of said court, In the city of
Great Falls, county of Cascade, has
ureal jeans. coum> ui
been appointed as the time and place
f or proving the will wt said Martin
Rystad, deceased, and for hearing the
(application of Laurine Rystad. for the
issuance . to «n^inTe^ested
oi.v, .î» r iiwi
GEORGE HARPER, Clerk,
(Court Seal.)
By THOMAS T. DAVIES. Deputy Clerk.
Freeman & Thelen, attorney for estate,
Great Falls, Montana.
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furnishing and delivering of coal to be
used by said county for the year be
ginning January 1st, 1921. and ending
NOIICE TO COAL DEALERS.
Notice is hereby given, that the board
of county commissioners of Cascade
county, Montana, will receive bids for
ri®Hverln«r of coal to be'
December 31st. 1921, on Saturday. De
cember 11th. 1920, at 10:30 o'clock a. m.
at the office of the board in the court
house in Great Falls. Montana, the ap
proximate amounts estimated to be used
are 600 tons, more or less, of mine run,
and 400 tons of lump or nut, niore or
less. Forms for bids may be obtained
at the office of the county clerk. All
bids must be accompanied by certified
check on some bank in the city of Great
Falls In the sum of 10 per cent of the
amount of the bid submitted, payable to
the treasurer of Cascade counry, as evi
d»nce of good faith, said check to be
forfeited to said county as damages in
case of failure of the bidder to whom
award was made to enter into a con
tract with the county for faithful per
formance of same. The board reservos
the right to reject any and all bids.
Address bids to county clerk. Great
Falls, Montana, marked coal bids.
By order of the board of county com
missioners.
JOHN E. MORAS, County Clerk.
NOTICE TO PHYSICIANS AND
M RdKOXS.
Notice is hereby given, that the board
of countv commissioners of Cascade
county, Montana, will receive bids up
to 11:30 o'clock a. m. on Saturday, De
fêcord," 'blank books, stationery, pam
phtota.' special road and poor receipts,
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cember 11th, 19-0, for medical and sur
gleal care and attendance, the furnish
ing of all medicines, medical and sur
gleal supplies and appliances needed or
required for the needy poor, sick and
disabled of Cascade county, for the year
beginning January 1st, 1921, and ending
December 31st, 1911, bids to be accom
panied with a certified check, payable to
the treasurer of Cascade county, in the
sum of $50.00, as evidence of good faith,
said check to be forfeited to Cascade
county, in case of failure to enter Into
contract by the physician or surgeon to
whom award is made. The board re
serves the right to reject any and all
bids. Address bids to county clerk,
Great Falls, Montana, marked "Medi
Ci By order of the board of county com
missioners.
JOHN E. MORAN, County Clerk.
NOTICE TO rKlNTKRS AND
PVBLISHERS.
Notice is hereby given, that the board
of county commissioners of Cascade
county, Montana, will receive bids up
to Saturday, December 11th, 1920, at 2:30
o'clock p. m. of that day, for the official
printing, advertising, forms, books of
reeori
phlet:
assessment blanks, and such other forms,
books, printing, etc., as may bo requir
county, for the period of two
vcar à beginning January 1st, 1921, and
ending December 31st, 1922, said bids to
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ending December 31st, 1922, said bids to
U 0 au bmltted in accordance to Chapter
0 f the Session Laws of 1917, of Mon
tana, quoting percentages on the vari
ous items on which bids are submitted,
aH per said section. A certified check
t ,n some bank in Great Falls, In the sum
0 f $500.00 as evidence of good faith, such
check to be forfeited to Cascade county
as damages in case of failure to enter
into contract by the person or firm or
pignoration to whom award is made,
i The board reserves the right to reject
' any and all bids. Address bids to coun
j t^clerk^ ^eat. Falls, Montana, marked
. T( 0 .. ( f er of * tiie board of county eom
| missioners. ,
JOHN E. MORAN. County Clerk.
At the time of Queen Victoria's <vr
on; tioii more than f""ty pe 1 ' cent of ihe
res dents of the U i tes were ll
liiowite.
pjiivnQ tuned Thev satlsfv Fone 7264
; ***-*,> us tu nea. xn ey san sry. tone
BETTER PIANO TUNING. Phone 7571.
PAINTING AND DECORATING
LUNDGREEN Decorating Co. Fone No.
7399, 719 First National Bank.
ARCHITECT!»
SAMUEL HENR y T j ÂÂ s T~2Ô8% Central.'
EL ECTRICAL ClONTKACTOB»
CASCADE ELECVRIC CO.. C. D. HmU\L
Mgr.. 604 Central avenue. Fone 6614.
TYPEWRITERS
BOUGHT, sold, rented, repaired.
Typewriter Co., Phone 4679.
CHIROPO DIST
DR. HULTBERG, 14 Thisted Bldg. 6486.
PIANO TUNING.
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DANCING
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: SATURDAY of each week, at The New
Odeon. Knights of Pleasure Club
PAINTING AND DECORATING.
j PAINTING, kalsomining and paper
j hanging. William Oliver, Phone 6949.
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SCANDINAVIAN FRATERNITY
Regular meeting Friday evening In
K. of P. hall Nomination and election
of officers, and other important business.
Members please attend.
Herman H. Dokken, Pre».
LADIES OF GRAND ARMY
No meeting tonight, Soldiers' and sail
ors 1 hall being repaired. Further notice
j later.
HARVEST HOME DINNER
will be served by the ladies of the First
Methodist church in the banquet room of
the church this evening from 5:30 to
8:30- Public cordially invited. Plates 75c.
LADIES OF GRAND ARMY
No meeting tonight. Soldiers' end Sail
ors hall being repaired. Further notice
later.
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SCANDINAVIAN FRATERNITY
Regular meeting Friday evening i»
K. of P. hall. Nomination and Election
of officers, and other important business.
Members please attend.
Herman H. Dokken, Pres.
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE
: Of the personal property of James
j McCoy, deceased on Friday. Dee. 3 at
' 2 o'clock p. m. at the Great Falls Stable,
1 corner Second avenue and Third street
; south, I will sell to the highest bidder
j for cash; One trunk; ladies wateh and
i umbrella; one pair long rubber boots,
I one clock; a lot of clothes and sundry
i articles. Ohas. Wegner, Public Adminis
; trator.
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TEACHERS' EXAMINATIONS
December 2, 3 and 4
Junior High School Auditorium,
Great Falls, Montana.
SCHEDULE OF SUBJECTS
Thursday morning—Second grade:
- in.nr.- lo.nn io.iV>
; historj 8 .00-10.00, avics, 1U.UO-X-.UU.
Thursday atternoon —Second grade:
grammar. 1:00-2:30; theory and practice,
j 2:30-4:00; spelling 4:00-4:30.
i Friday morning—Second grade: arith
metie, 8:00-10:00; geography. 10:30
12:00. First grade: American literature,
10:00-12:00.
Friday afternoon—Second grade: read
ing. 1:00-2:30; agriculture. 2:30-3:30;
physiology. 3:30-4:30. First grade: phy
sical geography, 2:30-4:00. Profession
al school laws, 3:00-4:30.
Saturday morning—First grade: school
8:00-10-00; elementary
Professional,
«du
; j nd j eg - of educat i on . 8:00-10:00;
; « » , v k . 10-00-1° 00
rational psychology, iO.W-L..W.
management,
; psychology, 10:00-12:00.
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Jaue Keeney,
County Superintendant
of School«.
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Live storage for oars, $10 per month,
, ,, P 11 Wölling Cn
Great Falls Veiling Co.
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, 1 red Ivnight, chimney sweep. Ft ne 9<>4~
NOTICE
DANGING TAUGHT FONE 4608
WALLACE SCHOOL OF DANCING
Modern Ballroom and Ballet Dancing.
Classes for adults and children. Fhone
4347, Odeon.
Fone 9767. Garbage und ashes re
moved ou short notice.—Adv.
OVER THE TOP!
Pianos moved, $3.00.
Furniture moving, dray per hour, $2.
Furniture moving, dray per day, $12.
Team work, per S-hour day, $9.75.
Household goods stored, crated and
, for shinning
pac . ,f , - , i pp : , . , .
kinds of goods stored m car lots
j or less.
, Storage space for 100 car loads,
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GREAT FALLS TRANSFER CO
Wilber Transfer Co.
COAL <
Phone 5917
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' COTTONSEED CAKE
j Wrif0 wire or telephone if in the
I market for carloads or less. Devine and
• Assolstine, Great talis, Montana. Box
i 1550.
WYOMING COAL LUMP OR EGS
W R. GRAY. Phone 6S04.
DANCING CLASS FOR CHILDREN
Fortnightly Club members have re
quested children's ballroom class. Will
start Saturday, 1 p. m. Wallace Schoo
of Dancing.
RENT A FORD
Prive It Yourself Auto Co., at Fierse's
Garage. Phone 9S14.
I Rear Creek. Roundup and Sand Coulee,
MONTANA COAL CO.
PHONE 6S&5.
CROWN JEWELRY~ CO. 1
Now located two doors west of
location. 221 Central At«.
BARKEMEYER'S SEED STORE
Flower bulbs for fall planting.
ROUNDUP AND CARBON COAL
Weideinan Coal & Feed. Phone 4619.
SOLD FISH
Both common and fancy, large assort
ment of bowls, castles, etc. *
DKIDGEMAN DRUG CO.

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