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Classified and Commeicial Advertisement, One Ceraft Per -Word roarr obhts m link fer win ( count six words to thi (1.50 per line feb monti. insertion! minimum u.. second insertion. minimum M* to avoid booxkeefino CASH should accompany orders. BEAI 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 çii.ou per acre. Easy terms. SEVEN-ROOM house, fully furnished, north side, full lot. Price $*>00. $500.00 cash will handle. Abstracts of Title and Fire Insurance PHONE 4304 C. H. McLEAM Real Estate Loans and Rentals _ NO. 5 FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING. We are offering for quick sale splendid f'.x-room modern bungalow. Close in on Second avenue north in walking distance. Small cash payment. Bal ance monthly. This is a snap. H. H. STANLEY COMPANY Real Estate, Loans. First Nat'l. Bank Surety Bonds—Fone 4355 Ç4.500 —Buys one duplex house, three rooms each, on double corner, and one 4-room house, all furnished, full lot. Can you beat it? HUNTSBERGER-GSVENS CO. GENERAL INSURANCE. t% Third Street South Phone 4334 A Snap—4-room semi-modern, full corner lot, $2000.00. Small cash pay ment down, balance like rent. Good corner apartment building and store, 3 houses. $6000.00 buys 5-room, modern, brick bungalow on Second avenue north, hardwood floors throughout, fireplace, all the built in features, full lot, full basement, stationary tubs. This Includes furniture, which is the best.. Terms. A good relinquishment east of Craig. FRARY & BURLINGAME Established 1890 Real Estate, Bonds, Investments, Rentals, Loans. Insurance. First National Bank Building. Phone 4179. HICKMAN Sure Ä» FOR SALE—A brand new, strictly modern, six-room bun galow with all up to date built in features. LOTS' LOTS! Imdlussferkil Sl&es, Ekaskiess L©Ha Residence Lots in all parts of the city—with Water, Sewer, Cement Walks. Boulevard* TERMS 1 -8 Cash, 1-3 in 1 year, 1 -3 in 2 years 7 Per Cent Interest on Deferred Payments The Giresift Falk Towimsiib© Co. Third Street South—First National Bank Building FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS NEW black lady's hat, less than half. 1 Never worn. Room 4, Foley hotel. FROM $200 to $250 saving guaranteed on piano or player. Investigate. Also zithers, music bags, violin and ukulele cases half price. 1113 Third avenue south. S AL E —Gentleman's otter collar, I FOR $22.50. 1100 Eighth avenue north. TWO go od looking ladies' taiormade suits; slightly worn; size 44. Apply Box 307 Tribune. FOR SALE—Large size coaster wagon. 616 Sixth avenue north. Phone 5854. AN $800 Matthews full automatic 1 K. W. farm lighting plant. This plant never been used; guaranteed in every respect. $600 if taken before Jan. 1. Matthews farm lighting plant, 1 k. w. has been used. Taken in on replacement. Price | $200. Great Falls Electric Supply Co., | 425 Central avenue. ; ! TRAVELING manicure set for sale. 1905 1st Ave. No. — . REEDlbabv buggy, practically new, $15. Call 30 8 Blackstone Apts. HAND palnted bamboo trays, baskets and other Xmas novelties. Call 308 Blackstone Apts. NEW plano cheap. Must sell at once. Phone 304, Lexington Apts^ HIGH grade brass library lamp, cheap; boys' bicycle. Phone_7920. FOR SALE—Mink muff, Pino ne 9667. CLOSING OUT SALE OF it. S. ARMY AND NAVY GOODS We have a full line of army and navy, new and salvage stock at attractive bargains. We also have a fine line of civllan clothing all renovated, guns, etc. at the Army Goods Store, 205 First avo. so _ TOGE RY SHOP NO. 2 BABY high chair and go cart. 404 Sixth avenue south. FOR SALE—Electrically equipped H. & H. ButterKist popcorn and peanut ma chine. Bargain If take at once. Box 524, Lewistown, Mont. FOR SALE—Piano, baby's bed. 1526 Seventh avenue north. _ Phone 6257. WASHING machine and wringer. Phone 7808. DIAMOND RING, 1% karat, snap for quick sale $500. Interstate Realty, 208% Central avenue. WAYNE gasoline curb pump with 5 barrel tank. Electric light. $200. Box 323 Tribune; __ AIR - COMPRESSOR and" Curtis tank with fittings, $45. Box 323 Tribune. PIANO in Al condition after January 1, 1921, or will rent to responsible party. 920 Third avenue north. Hendrickson. pÖpt SÄLE —Warehouse or freight ele vator. A. Weidmann, 1400 Third ave nue south. M© Aliafters Coal Co, CHOICE— Silver Black Breeding Foxes, instructions. Reld Bros., Bothwell, On t arlo, Canada. NATIONAL cash register, oak finish; nearly new; cost $875 will sacrifice for $450; terms to reliable party. West Typ ewrite r Company. ONE mounted buffalo head and one buffalo hide for sale. Great Falls M e at Co. _ ÏCËLLY SPRINGFIELD tlires In Ford sizes. Will sell my small stock at good discount for cash. Need the money. Peterson Grocery, 501 Eight ave. so u th. 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., 810 Central^ Ave. _ ALL kinds of"willow basket work. ÖrdeS now for Christmas. 16 Sixteenth streei north. REAL ESTATE FO R SA LE —MIS C ELL A NEOU8. FOR SALE cheap—Gentleman's coon ^ 1 _ skin overcoat, Canadian number one ! pelts in good condition, otter collar j and cuffs. 13% Second street south . FOR SALE—3 rugs, kitchen utensils, set of Mark Twains" 24 books, ladles black j suit 38, 75 seamless sacks, and wagon j sheet. 310 Third street north. | | ; FOR SALE—One heater cheap; also ! canary birds. 413 Fifth street south. SILK La Jer«e blue dress, sise 38. Phone 6155, or 5725. ONE General Electric motor, 5 h. S p. 220 volts, $100.00; 1 Western Chief tire shrinker, $40.00; 1 double end emory stand, 1% shaft, $22.00; 1 Western Chief No. 16 drill press, $35.00; 2 elec tric fire blowers, each, $25.00; 1 25 pound Little Giant trip hammer, $100.00. These are as good as new. Jas. Thompson, Harlowton, Mont. HONEY FOE SALE. PURE HONEY—Guaranteed best on the market. Prepaid anywhere In Mon tana. 5-pound pail $1.70, 10-pound pall $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 pall, $1.70. .Clark W. Allen, Big Timber. Mont. FOR SALE—HOUSES FOR SALE — Three-room furnished house. 411 Fifth^ayenue south. FOR SALE—By owner; five-room bung alow. Box 20, Tribune. 7-RÖÖM strictly modern home, close In on Fourth avenue north. Hardwood floors, fire place, sleeping porch, hot water heat, large double garage con nected with water and sewer. Im provements all paid. Terms. Harry Newman. No. 5 Secon d street north. BEAUTIFUL eight room home on pave ment, Fourth avenue north; double garage; all modern conveniences; own er leaving city. See Fagan & Norby. MR. CARPENTER—We "can sell " you two-room cottage and barn on good lot, close In. for $1100. Your own terms. Fagan & Norby. FOR SALE—Six room house; a real home. P hone 8939. FOUR-ROOM modern bungalow with sleeping porch, bath, furnace, oak floor, etc. Sacrifice sale at $2,850, easy terms. Interstate Realty, 208% Centrai. SEVEN -ROOM house; built six years; modern in every respect; good loca tion. 712 Ninth street north. 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 , T ribun e. TItA D E ,.seH .rent, five-room house, two lots, water, lights, cellar; fine condi tion. Boston Heights. 920 Third ave nue north. Hendrickson. NICE three-room bungalow for sale cheap by owner. Cozy, comfortable home for a small family; full basement, full lot. 1209 Eighth ave. south. lost and rovnn FOUND—Lady's ring at corner Sixth and Central. Owner please call 1111 First avenue north. LOST—Between Eighth avenue north and First National bank, a striped (dark and light brown) small fur cape. Return to elevator of bank for lewnrd. gTôves, LOST—Brown Phone 8904. kid up town. LOST—Two Jersey cows; one branded, right rump. P. O. Box 1823. Reward $10.00 per head. LOST— Girl's fur scarf, near Sexton Theater. Call 961« HELP WANTED—FEMALE WANTED— Married couple, good com petent woman for plain cooking and general housework In modern home, and man to attend furnace. Call af ter 2 o'clock Sunday. 801 Fifth ave nue north. MRS. JACK KINDER, TEACHER of PIANO and VOICE. Specializing in POPULAR and OPERATIC music. I POSITIVELY GUARANTEE to teach you to play popular music in twenty lessons. 23 Maxlne Apts. Fone 4307. WOMAN camp cook; $65.00 month; near Cascade. Montana Employment Agency, 13 Seco nd street south. SALESLADY—Call between 9:30 and 11:00 a. m. Chas. E. Morris Co^ COMPETENT girl for general house work. 221 Fourth avenue north. PHOTOPLAYS — 5,000 ideas needed. Working girl paid $10,000 for ideas she thought worthless. Details free. Write Producers league, 235 St. Louis. AMBITIOUS AVRITERS, send today for free, valuable, instructive book, con taining many helpful suggestions on writing, selling phoptoplays, short sto ries, poems. Atlas Publishing Co., 151, Cincinnati. HOME WORK; $30 weekly up; experi ence unnecessary; everything furnish ed; send self addressed stamped en velope for free particulars. Kurn Candymakers Co., 18th street, Phila delphia, Pa. WANTED—Competent young girl for general housework. Sleep at own home. Small modern house with every con venience. Phone 568<X A TO N C É - Five bright capable ladies to travel, demonstrate and sell dealers; $40 to $75 per week, railroad fare paid. Write at once, Goodrich Drug Co., Dept. 562, Omaha, Nebr. j WANTED— Single lady housekeeper. Box I 16, Tribune. WANTED—Girl for general housework. ! No washing. 315 Second ave. nort h. SALES LADÏÊS wanted in Montana and North Dakota. Orders taken; corsets ! altered and mended. Mrs. Bishop, j Hotel Foley. rGÏRL wanted to work for room and I board. Phon e 6 068. i A RELIABLE girl for general house ; work, no washing. o05 3rd Ave. So. HELP WANTE»—MALE j CAMP cook; $75.00 month; small crew, i Montana Employment Agency, 13% Second street south. GET paid while learning a trade. Join the U. S. marines at 317% Central ave n ue. _________ FOR education, travel and adventure, join the U. S. marines at 317% Cen tral avenue. MEN wanted for detective work. Expe rience unnecessary. Write J. Ganor, former U. S. government detective. St. Louis. MEN age 17 to 55. Experience unneces sary. Travel; make secret investiga tions, reports. Salaries; expenses. American Foreign Detective Agency, 468 St. Louis. RAILWAY mail clerks needed. Begin 5133 month; traveling expenses paid. Specimen questions free. Columbus Institute, Columbus, Ohio. W ANT E D— H ue tiers to sell flirect to consumer; groceries, paints, oils, stock remedies and specialties; no experience necessary; big profits. Write us today. R. L. Harris C o., O maha, Ne b. MAN to work this city refinishing chan - dellers, brass beds, automobiles, by new method. $10 daily without capita! or experience. Write Gunmetal Co., 367 Elm. Decatur, 111. BE X~" DETECTIVE, $50-$100 weekly; travel over world; experience unnec essary. American Detective Agency, S« to $2(TWEEKLV adding mailing j instructions 10 ] 252 Lucas, St. Louis. circulars. Circular ! j j GREAT FALLS railway mail clerk exa j („„tinn* cnmlnc Hundreds men-wo cents. P. O. Box 1, Bene vue. ny. j $225 PER MONTH the year around aver aged by a number of our salesmen,, young, middle aged and elderly. Bus!- j safy. ne ctsh e wtekly^ P Bi l r ,^s S U orimeni ; guaranteed trees, shrubs and vines. You j can do what other inexperienced men have done. Territory all western states. Washington Nursery Co., Toppenish, Wash. exam inations coming. Hundreds men-wom en, over 17. wanted. $1800-$2300. year. Write immediately for list positions. Franklin Institute. Dept. 223J, Rochest er, n. y. _ WANTED—isnij"railway"Traffic inspect ors; no experience; train for this pro fession through spare time home study; easy terms; $110 to $200 month ly and expenses guaranteed, or money back. Outdoors; local or traveling; under big men who reward ability. Get free booklet E-115. Stand.^ Busi ness Training Inst.. Buffalo, N. Y. WANTED—Young man or lady to Invest three to five hundred dollars in a mon- i ey-maklng road show; may take a part j or silent partner. Write Box 8, Tribune, WANTED—Small boy about 16 finished with schooling. Van Loo Cigar Co. 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 Hawthorne avenue. Portland, Oregon^ 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 Tribune. LEARN AUTO, tractor and airplane me chanics, 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. SEETymCA AUTO SCHOOL, Los Ange les. None better. Start right. 61TÜATIONS WANTED—MALE SITUATION wanted on cattle ranch. Young man; lifetime experience. Any thing considered. B^x 21, Tribune. HIGH school boy wants work after school and Saturdays. Phone 5540. WANTED—Small set of books to keep, evenings. Box 17, Tribune. SINGLE m an, 35, first class chore man; would care for small bunch stock, cook on bachelor's place, or something not too heavy. Absolutely dependable. Box No. 11, Tribune. WANTED—Place for strong, capable boy on ranch. 417 Seventh ave. south. Phone 6353. MAN with Ford car wants work. Phone _ 8618. _ EXPERIENCED truck driver wants work in city. Phone TlOa. FARM BOY of 18 wants job on farm. Write 421 Sec ond avenue S. W. RESPECTABLE young farmer wants work, steady job preferred, food ref erence. Phone 6216. FÜRNACES attended to and ashes carried out; small weekly charge. Box 300 Tribune. RESPONSIBLE man desires job driv ing truck. Box 322, Tribune. WORK on ranch. Hotel Opera No. 14. OLD MAN, honest, industrious j ind energetic wants work. R. Cameron Clayton, Gen. Del. City. Reference. PLEASE NOTE—Wo do not charge classified advertisement« to resident* addresses. SITUATION WASTED—FEMALE FIRST class day work. Phone 6899. WANT day work. Phone 6002. WANTED—Typewriting to do evenings. Expert operator._ Box 18, Trlbune : IRONING by day. Phone 5689. STENOGRAPHER, five years experi ence, desires position. Call Mrs. Strode. Phone 6640. DAY W ORK wanted . Phone 5829 . LADY with child wants housework. P. O. Box 377, City. FILING clerk wants position. Box 13, Tribune. WORK as housekeeper for elderly man or widower with children. Box 5 Trib une. LADY willing to care for children at your home after 6 p. m. Phone 7544. CARE of children, after school and evenin g. Phone 971 0. 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 h ousewor k. Box 310 Tr ibune . Sewing by day. Hotel Opera, Roo m 14. CHILDREN to care for evenings. Phone 8049. WORK by the hour. Phone 7162. WASHING WANTED. Phone 7046. DAY WORK of any kind. Phone 9832. WANTED—Washing and Ironing. Work guaranteed. Phone 4168. FIRST class day work. Phone 6899. WANTED—AGENTS HYDRO water--, stills—Free Illustrated booklet of sizes and price. Write to day. Metal Products Co., 530 Pioneer Bldg., St. Paul, Minn. AGENTS —Make $50 weekly taking orders for fast selling Goodyear raincoats; hundreds of orders waiting; $2.50 an hour for spare time; we deliver and collect; sample coat free; write today for agency. Goodyear Mfg. Co., 8019 Goodyear Bldg., Kans as C ity, Mo. __ AGENTS WANTED to advertise our goods and distribute free samples to j consumer. 90c per hour. Write for i full particulars. American Products j Co., 2913 American Bldg., Cincinnati, . Oh io. j AGENTS—Large manufacturer wants j : agents to sell hosiery, underwear, j sh irts, dresses, skirts, waists, shoes, j pp »"* « KÄrföt ; _ .A orK - — ■ ■ j WANTED—SALESMEN ... , MANUFACTURER of automobile lug- ! gage carrier wants established re pre- | siv'e a terri tory Refcwn^T' required ! National Carrier Co., Minneapolis j Minn. _ _ ; SALESMEN—We have several territor ies open for men who are now employ ed in similar capacity and have dcta onstrated their ability to sell greoting cards and holiday accessories to de partment stores and the better grade stationery, book and drug stores Our territory . Art Publishing Co., Elmira, Ne w Y ork. SPECIALTY SALESMEN—We manu- j j factuner'Sn LighL ! ] you c£m make $150 wee kiy " * cessiuiiv wc m.« of commission. Apply at once stating territory you have covered. National j line Is complete In every detail and j embraces engraved, hand colored and , process printed greeting cards and : accessories for all seasons and occa- j sions. To men who are real producers ; and have sold lines such as ours suc- : cessfully we offer the maximum rate * ' Motor ; j products Co., Indianapolis. Ind. j^p gfm TTnR wanted in" every town I for g peP< ioline; $300 to $500 per month; ! j exc i us i V e territory; automobile free to | ; }™f k £»- as S P e<!doUne C °" 1>epU 69, Da '" ever offered a grocery store? j handle sugar, flour, canned i goods, dried fruit, coffee and entire line of groceries, as well as paln.s, , roofing, aluminum ware ana automo- • bile oils, with no rent to pay; no mon- j j — v 7 Kh J ° u , ™ i j ey invested; take large orders from i amples. Goods are guaranteed and I proven quality. Selling experience not necessary. Steady, profitable work !'or "workers." Address Hitchcock Hill Co., Dept. 155, Chicago, 111. Ref erence: Any bank or express company C BOARD ASP «OOS ROOM and board, suitable for two. 211 Fifth st reet north. ROOM for rent with board. 519 Fifth .avenue north. BOARD and room, private family" 1523 | Fourth avenue north. GOOD board an I comfortable rooms; Pleasant and homelike. 319 4th Ave. I •So. pebsoxak ! j I MAN, age 35, desires to hear from lady. Box 499. Great Falls. RETIRED"" ranchman, " 60, With $50,000 wants wife. Y —, Box 35, League, To ledo, Ohio. YOUNG WIDOW, wealthy, will marry. H —, Box 432, League, Columbus, Ohio. CONTRACTOR, 30, worth $30,000, would marry. J—, Box 325, Club, Fort Wayne, Ind. _ _ LADY land owner, 39, wants husband. B—. Box 1134. League, Detroit, Mich. NOTICE—Freckles, scars, wrinkles, pox pits. ugly noses and all facial defects corrected by Woodbury System. Dr. Bailey, Face Specialist, 224 Empire Bldg., Denver, Colo : SPECIAL NOTICES BE a practical mechanic by taking a course of three months In the traning school of the General Machine Shop, 317 Fourth street south. WANTED— JlISCEI<t.*5EOüS Telephone 9405 WANTED—A bicycle. before noon today. BARBER would like to lease a one chair shop in a country town. Address t o Baatz ho tel, room 4 8. WANTED—Gas range in good condi tion. State price. Address Box 757, city; - . WANTED—For cash, 25 or 30 h. p. Al steam tractor. Box 112 7, ci t y. To BUY tricyc le. Phon e £524. WANTED to buy, motion picture mar chine, good condition. Box 14, Tribune. BOY'S BICYCLE, must be reasonable. Box 314 Tribune. WASHING called for and Phone 7853. delivered. WILL STORE piano for use. Fone 5389. WE BUY or sell. Furniture Exchange, fone 9746. 109 Third St. So. WE BUY second hand furniture. Great Falls FurniturejCo. Phone 4129. ^ SELL lt to Brown. Second hand gooda. Phone 8128. WANTED—Second-nand rurnltur«. Me tropolitan Hardwar« Co. Fon« 4360. WANTED—Second-nand rurnltur» of &U kind* We pay cash. Foa« iMl J, Sllabarc Furnltura Co- - WE ARE now In the market for aecond hand furniture. Stoves, ranges and goods of all description. Hlgbeit cash urica paid. Eaterprlaa Furniture Co. Phone 7»04. 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, musical Instruments, etc. We (.all to buy and pay cash. Phone 6930. The Toggery Shop, 120 and 205 First avenue soutli. FURNISHED rooms FURNISHED rooms for rent, suitable for two gentlemen. 417 Fourth avenue north: call after 1 p. m. MODERN furnished room, $12 month. 413% Third street south. FURNISHED front room, in private rtsidence; modern. 106 Second avenue north. Phone 7979. CLINE, rooms. 209 Second avenue north. FURNISHED room for rent. 421 Fourth avenue south. MODERN room. 818 Third avenue No. UNUSUALLY well furnished room in private residence, hot water heat. 512 Vi Sixth street north. FURNISHED front room for gentlemen only; close in. 210 Second ave. north. FRONT room, bath off room; furnace heat; private f amily. 114 10th St. So. THREE nicely furnished rooms, would accommodate three or four persons; electric range; no children. 714 Sixth av. So. ROOM, gentleman, north. 414 Second avenue ROOM and BOARD in modern home; can accommodate three. 801 Fifth ave. north. Phone 4688. FURNISHED room. 906 Thi rd Ave. N. FURNISHED room. 821 Third avenue north. ______ housekeeping BOOMS $18.00 Colonial. 320 Second avenue So. FOR RENT—Two modern furnished housekeeping rooms. 418 Fourth ave nue south. MODERN housekeeping rooms for rent. 1514 Seventh avenue north. TWO housekeeping rooms, $12 per month. 517 Eleventh street south. TWO ROOMS, light housekeeping, downstairs, gas. 827 Eighth avenue north. FURNISHED rooms for housekeeping, all modern except furnace. 726 Fifth avenue south. FOR RENT—FurnTsheli housekeeping or sleeping room. 709 First avenue south. Phone 5385. TWO modern furnished housekeeping rooms. 1100 Eighth avenue north. HOUSEKEEPING rooms, modern, fur j nlshed. 3 310 5th Ave. No. i HOUSEKEEPING rooms. 323 2nd Ave. j go . TWQ roq ms furnished for light house j keeping. Adults only. 108 Third av. no. j : _ r ===== 1 = j j ; north. Apply 2116 Sixth avenue north. j Rent $10. FOR RENT—FURNISHED HOUSES 6-ROOM very modern bungalow. $60 per month; three months in advance; ! from six to 12 mont hs lease, as desired. | 321 - Central avenue. ! TWO-ROOM cabin, furnished. 1017 Fifth j _ avenue south. ; MODERN bungalow to rent to party buying some fur niture. Phone 680 1. THREE-ROOM furnished bungalow, | modern except heat. 1915 Central ave- j nue. Call between 10 and 4. Only adults. Call phone 7486. FOUR-ROOM modern house, close In. 308 Fifth avenue north. j ! ——— , _ , , FOR RENT—Furnished five-room home , j to couple without children; beautifully j j _J , 3-ROOM house, furnished, near railroad j : shops on west side. Inquire 101 6th St. j j ^Ko. ! ; MODERN 4 room furnished house. 910 ! : Fourth ave south * 1 ; furnished; complete in all details; good } rent demanded but concessions made for certain considerations. Privilege of retaining one room requested. Best of references and deposit required. Call 5336. I 7-ROO.M modern furnished house; reas ! onable rent. 1013 4th Ave. No. | ~ FOR RENT-UNFURNISHED HOUSES j ONE 4-room house. Inquire 706 First i avenue south. ,. noo . M hous e with bath. aisJ place for , car j nQU j re 604 Eighth avenue south, j • —- , , T . - 1AQ j MODERN 6-room house. Inquire 4.8 i _First Ave. _So. I SEVEN ROOM modern house for rent. ! Coal In basement, furniture for sale. including nearly new Vlctrola. 1209 ; Fourth Ave. No. I SMALÏ. house cheap. 7'7 Third St. So. ; FOR"RENT--4-room unfurnished house with sewer connection and bath; close; in. Kaimberg, 5 Sixth street n orth. SIX room house. 303 Sth Ave. So. i FOR RENT—Strictly modern five room] bungalow; no small children. 1224 1st ; _.. | 5-ROOM house for rent. Inquire room 8, : Eddy Hot el. j FOI! RENT - Unfurnished house C121 j Sixth ave. north. Call 1016 Fourth ave. j I north. Phone 97^5. i Ave. So. ! FOR RENT—Strictly modern five-room | j bungalow. First avenue north. Hick- j I man. FOR RENT or Sale, one modern five j room bungalow, and one modern four room bungalow, west side. 415 Ford Bldg. Fone 9582. FOR RENT— Five-room house, at No. S Fifth St. N. Inquire FlEXISHEl) APARTMENT« TWO-ROOM modern, electric range, steam heat, janitor. Only $30 monthly. Flat Iron, West Side. ONE modern two-room apartment. 3011 Second avenue north. No children. FOUR partly furnished rooms. 1116 Seventh ave. N. I's blocks to car line. THREE ROOMS, light, heat and water; gas range $32.50. No children. 927 Seventh avenue north. Phone 9G64. UNFURNISHED APARTMENTS FOR RENT — Unfurnished basement room. 404 5th Ave. No^ NEW modern apartment with garage. Apply Apt. A. Chelsea, Fifth avenue and 11th street._ $15 SEMI-MODERN 2-rooni apartments. Fifteenth st. Sixth ave. no. Fone 4279. FIVE room, corner 2nd Ave. No. and 8th St. 312 First National Bank Bldg. J. P. Tralnor. FOR RKNT— MIBCKI.ï.Arf IOC» FOR RENT—Store with living rooms. Inquire 603 Nint h avenue south. LARGE garage. 1615»4 Third avenue north. GARAGE for rent, $4 per month. 814 7th Ave. No. GARAGE for "rent. 1025 2nd Ave. No. Phone 6548. SMALL shack for bachelor. 714 6th Ave. South. GARAGE— 1010 3rd Ave. So. garag E~for rent, close in. Phono 9494. UNUSUALLY large garage for rent. Chelsea Apts., Fifth avenue north and 11th street. GARAGE for rent. 1007 Second avenue north. Dr. Stukey. FOR RENT—Three desirable office suites in Dunn block. Inquire at Room L money^ to t.oa* MONEY to loan on city property. Mld klff-Spalding Co.. 209H Centra'. avo._ $2,000 TO LOAN on unprovea city pro perty. Hickman, 324 Cental «venue. wanted—real estate WANTED—Five or six-room, mo£! house; reasonably closc in; some terms Box 15, Tribune. Pr©fFessi<a>]ia&l aunidl Mejfdhaimdlnsiiiffig' ] (CLASSIFIED) CALL IN or CALL up CALL IN or CALL ue ACCOUNTANTS WM. B. FINLAY. C. P. a. 203 Rocky Mountain Fire Ins. Block. Fon.» 4663. FKED H. MUND, certified public ac countant. Fone 6133. P. O. Boi; 1293. Great Falls, Montana. WILSON-CLARK & CO., certified public accountants, one 9799. 76-77 Stanton Bank Building. Great Falls. Montan». CHIROPRACTIC Drs. O'Connell, Stanton Bank Bldg. 4626. Dr. Offerman. Fone 46 90. 418% Central. DR. W L. DITTO. B reell Blk. Fone 8 38L DRESSMAKING DRESSMAKING—At home or by the day. Write or call at 413 Fifth ave nue south. DO LLS dressed. 710% Tenth stre et s outh. DRESSMAKING. 1800 Second avenue north. Phone 8872. DRESSMAKING, remodeling, coats re lined, etc. 15 Sixth street south. DRESSMAKING at home or by the hour. 505 Fifth avenue south. Phone 7525. UP-TÖ-DATE dressmaking. 9 Fair Hotel, j WANT ED sewing. 1700 Sixth ave. north! SEWING wanted. Phone 8049. ! PLAIN sewing and dressmaking. Room 25 Grand Hotel. . ALL KINDS of dressmaking, reasonable prices. 217 3rd Ave. No. Fone 8033. DRESSMAKING—Call 5389. 1617 5th Ave. No. SEWING—Men's shirts especially. Fone 9710. HEMstitching Mrs. Hebener, 411 4 ave no. SANITARIUM SANITARIUM. 709 north. Phone 9581. Seventh avenue FARMS AND RELINQUISHMENTS RELINQUISHMENT 640 acres, plenty of water and grazing; near Gilman, $200. j Pacific Agency. 1 02 F irst a venue So WANTED—Quarter or half section farm land, cheap for cash. Box 19, Tribu ne. 160-AC'RE relinquishment, 25 miles north. Apply Apt. 9, Glendale apartmen ts. WANTED—To hear from owner of good __ I _ ranch for sale. State cash price, full ! particulars. D. F. Bush, Minneapolis, : Minn. Sacramento : Farm Agt., Cambridge, Ohio. OHIO FARMS—Write for catalog | CANADIAN PACIFIC railway lauds j your last opportunity—in central AI C 1o" F sa^* N lasy fa t^m S ne writT t fôr > îTs\: j E. R. Waite, Shawnee, Okla. „ , . farms any size, and price you want m 10 different counties. H. H. Masters ; 600 I WANTED—To hear from owner of farm ; or unimproved land for sale Mrs. . ; Booth, Hipark. Des Moines, Iowa. berta and Saskatchewan are rich park lands—open prairie ready for the plow, interspersed with trees, which afford e'xcèilenY shelt'er" for stock. Here grain growing, dairying and livestock . raising are being carried on success fully. The country is ideal for mixed : farming. The Canadian Pacific rail- j wav is offering a large area of these ; fertile lands in Lloydminster and Bat , tleford districts. This fertile land will , fo ecome the home of thousands of pros- j j perous farmers. On similar land J>ea- ; j j ! ! 1 } ,64« RELINQUISHMENT, near Craig j Plenty water and timber 317 Tribune. ger Wheeler grows the world's prize wheat. Lloydminster the 'world s prize oats have been gro^ and but ter of the highest quality Is A ; ^mTn\hTs n districT I be bought now at an average of about $18 per acre. You pav down 10 per ; cent, no further payment of principal ; until end of fourth year, then sixteen : annual payments. Interest is _6 per cent. M. E". Thornton, Supt. of Coloni zation. Canadian Pacific railway, 116 Ninth Ave. E.. Calgary, Alberta. Cheap. Box Tribune ! Great r a lls.—*- n ap.— Box o b, : 1280 RELINQUISHMENT, 30 miles north JT£.; ilil iiQ»> settlers. Apply Spalding Co., ; I ^»2122' ; Reduced rates to Midkifx 03 - <~ entr3 ' -— i IIAY AXU PASTURE — ; 320 ACRES fine grazing;_good shelter; 18 : j j j i miles up Sun River; S5 tons hay, $600. 8 Twelfth street north. | j 100 TONS of No. 1 alfalfa; 50 tons oat straw; 640 acres of pasture; fine shel ter. water, care of stock free. $1250. 4 miles south of Ulm. W. F. Ellis, Orr, Mont. BUSINESS CHANCE» j SEVENTEEN room hotel, steam heat furnished, Central avenue. Pacific Agency, 102 Firs t av enue south. SNAP! Furniture and three years cheap lease of 20 housekeeping rooms in two and single rooms apartments. $1.000. One-third cash, balance easy terms. Gross income, $3.200 per year. Box 22, Tribune. COMMON LAW companies, properly or ganized, may legally conduct business anywhere; no personal liability; no li cense required. Address A. Morrison. Business Counsellor, St. Louis, Mo. WANT to hear from owner having gro cery store or - other business for sale. State cash price and particulars. John J. Black, Montana St., Chippewa Falls, Wis. LÀ RG E M ANT" FACT V R 1 NO corporation wants capable men to open branch of fice and manage salesmen. $300 to $2, 000 necessary; handle your own money. Exclusive rights; patented article, money making possibilities unlimited. Will pay expenses to Baltimore if you qualify. Address Mr. Clemmer, sales manager, 603 N. Eutaw St.. Baltimore, Md. FOR SALE—The best small town meat market In the Judith Basin. Fully equipped and a. money maker. A bar gain if taken at once. Address Box 182. Buffalo. Mont. ADVERTISE—Rate book mailed free. Standard Advertising Agency, 252 Vic toria, St. Louis. WANTED—Dealers, garages or welder* in each county to act as distributors for real live proposition. This Is an exceptional opportunity which would require a small investment. The West ern Kelli-Metal corporation, 721 Grant, Denver, Colo. FOR SALE—Furnishings of a 30 room hotel in good eastern Montana town. Address P. O. Box 291, Culbertson, | Mont 1 —— — I FOR SALE—Half Interest in barber shop,, pool hall and building. Good business proposition. A. P. Nett, Augusta. Mont. ÔPPOTUNÏTY for real farmer with ' little mouey. A 10.3 acre, nine years old, irrigated, commercial apple or chard. Famous Kennewlck district, state of Washington. Can be bought by small payment down, balance crop payment. Phone 6SS7. FOR SALE—Soft drink stand and lunch counter, a bargain if taken at once. r\. »«'au Rnv 303 Trlhuiiet „ Owner going away. Box 303, Tribune! J 27-ROÖM hotel, all modern, for sale very reasonable. P. O. Box 21o, Cas cade^ NEW AND refinished pocket and bil liard tables, billard and bowling sup piles. Brunswick phonographs and records; Brunswick tires and tubes. Brunswlck-Balke-Collendcr Co. L. b. Bacharach, Agent, 54, E. Galena St., Butte, Mont. PAINTING AND PECORATINO LUNDGREEN Decorating Co. Fon« No. 7399, 719 First National Bank. architects samuel henry h a as. 208 k Centr al. , ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS CASCADE ELECVRIC CO.. C. D. Smith. Mgr., 504 Central avenue. Fone 6P4. TYPEWRITERS BOUGHT, sold, rented, repaired. Weit Typewriter Co., Phone 4679. CHIROPODIST DR. HULTBERG, 14 Thlsted Bldg. 6486. PIANO TUNING. PIANOS, tuned. They satisfy. Fone 7264. BETTER PIANO TUNING. Phone 7571. DANCING SATURDAY of each week, «it Tha New Odeon. Knights of Pleasure Club SHORTHAND REPOBTERS j TUDLEY CROWTHER, «horthand^^ m S'ÄS ! Bank Building. Fon® 9406 AUTOS FOR SALE. 1918 FORD roadster; has three speed transmission; all new tires; roomy en J closed box. Owner needs money and will sacrifice. 627 Central ave. Fone 8953. 1919 DODGE roadster for sale. Good as new throughout. A snap, 627 Central. LIGHT delivery Ford truck, $165. Good tires. A-l running order. 627 Central av. HUDSON super six seven -passenger. Perfect condition. Phone 6801. j AUTOMOBILE owners, repairmen and FOR SALE—1917 Ford touring car, tires motor and body in good condition for $250. 1305 Fourth avenue south. garagemen. Send for free copy Amer ican Automobile Digest, contains illus trated, helpful, instructive information you need daily. American Automobile Digest, 151, Cincinnati.. FOR SALE—Chevrolet touring car In good condition. Can bo seen at oiling ! station, 6th and Centr al. $350. terms. : 1 TON attachment Ford car. Price $50. : Box 12, Tribune. j FIVE-PASSENGER^Bulc^ $650; Uvt passenger Buick $850; 1919 Ford sedan $650; Ford roadster $300; Ford touring car $275; Velie four-passenger $650; Cole w seven . passe nge r $800. West ; ern j k j olor q 0 I REAL BARGAINS. ; we MUST SACRIFICE for floor space ; iri n „ r ra , wn fK-e-nassencer cars. in our garage two five-passenger cars. They are overhauled and painted. Call and see them. W. H. Geor ge Co. ONE-TON Smith Form-À -Truck, 1%-ton Denby truck and two-ton White truck. 617 Central avenu e. DODGE roadster. $550.00. - . CHALMERS ^touring; Hot Spot motor, LEXINGTON, closed cv : THLRSTON MOTOR CO., j 314 Fi rst avenue north. ; WILL trade 37 1 -. acre tract, unimproved, about 20 miles south of Roseburg, Oregon, for a car, prefer Dodge or j Ford. Will pay a small difference if ; necessary. State price and condition. Box 319, Tribune. ^ ä tvf tractor** for salei used 3 MOLIN E to t ^£ r »fi««' C ?SS condition, ; pj. ice j 70 O dollars each. Terms to res I ponslble party. Great Falls Welding Co, 1918 Ford touring, first class mechanical ; shape; motor, transmission and aixter ; entlal overhauled this month. inis : car Is a bargain for $.>00. Call w-o or see car at Lee Fo rrest garage. USED CAR BARGAINS BRISCOE TOURING—A 3-speed light car ready for the road. Why t.ikc the 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 absorbers, vacuum tank, new differ ential gears, large wheel, foot accelera 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 prie« as well. 301 OVERLAND-GREAT FALLS CO. H First Avenue North—Phono 9<Si. BUICK Six, four new tires. Make your own price. Call sample room 11, Rain bow^ Hotel. _ NEW "FORD," Sedan" body. McKinney Motor Co. _ DODGE touring car good condition $450 OVERLAND Top Delivery, Model 90. $375.00 ^ ^ FORD delivery truck, just overhauled, $300.00. Llbertv bonds accepted at par In pay ment. Call 6416 or 216 Ford Bldg. NEW VELIE SIX, used two months. Owner deceased. Relatives leaving ! state $500 less than cost. May be seen at Pierse Garage. FOR SALE— One Velle car In good con ditlon. Inquire J. B. Long & Co, SOI First National Bank Bldg. Ford Self Park | $550 for 3-room, lot 25xU 1 $1,200 for 4-room. large lot; West Side I t'> -?fw> for 3-room duplex; corner lot; s .,, 50 ' V fV inside lot, Second avenue south, cas jj ' vou ar ê looking for a stock ranch, in vestigate these, 1,000. 1,140 and 760 acres Owned bv estates and must be " wa AUTOS WANTED. WANTED—Used five passenger car in good shape. State price starter. Apply E. E. Sweltzer. FOR SALE—REAL ESTATE $200 DOWN takes five acres of rich soil on best road, close in. One half price now, why wait 3 months and pay double. 509. Johnson Hotel. IMPROVED five "acre garden tract, four-room bungalow, fairly good out buildings; good water, $3000. \MU consider any reasonable terms. Fagan & Norby. REAL ESTATE FOR SÄLE— BARGAIN PRICES $65-for two old buildings; 512 Sixth ave nue south. $2,500 for two dwellings, t> and 4 rooms, partly modern; corner lot; on street car line. $4,500 for 7-room brick; modern; $1,000 3Sil West Side. sold. Good improvements, well tered. Choice ranches. $13 000 for 30-room frame modern hotel; furnished; large lot, cement walks, county seat; terms If wanted. l. m. McDonnell J pirgt National Bank Bldg., Great Fails Mon t. DES I R A H LE building Tot at 26th street and Central avenue, $900, terms. Apply 2501 Central avenue. $500 takes lot on west side; shack, water and sewage on lot. Box 12, Tr ib une. 19 " À CR ESon Su n river, 4 mllïf from Rainbow hotel; buildings and good well; $4.000. 1205 6th Ave. No.