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STATE ASSOCIATION
TO MEET IN HELENA
Special trains carrying stockmen
from all parts of the West to the
36th. annual convention of the Mon
tana Stockgrowers association at Hel
ena April 19-20 have been arranged
for, fare-and-a-half has been grant
ed by the railroads and all other de
tails completed for the biggest meet
ing ever held in the state for the
cow and sheep men.
Chicago, Sioux City, Spokane, Oma
ha and St. Paul are sending large del
egations. Great Falls, Billings, Butte,
Miles City and Missoula are plann
ing for special Pullman loads of stock
men, business men and bankers. The
Helena commercial club, which is in
charge of local arrangements, is ex
posing to take care of 1500 people.
Among the entertainment features
will be the most important boxing
contest held in the west since the
Jeff ries- Johnson fight. This event
SHOEvS
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FOR PLAIN
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Full values at low prices
in shoes that combine fit
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HEATING & PLUMBING
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Repairing of All Kinds.
Prices Reasonable.
424 E. Main.
Phone No. 7.
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What Does Spring
Mean To You?
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Does it mean a season of buds and birds, of clean breezes
and light hearts, of hours spent in the pure enjoyment of
living
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Or is spring a work season between winter and summer
when the thought of housecleaning drives all enjoyment
from your heart?
You can make yours a joyous spring!
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It's a tireless
little helper that keeps your home bright in a most business
like way.
An Electric Cleaner holds the secret.
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OHIO "TUEC" ELECTRIC CLEANER
$37.50
Easy terms if you wish.
The Montana Power
Company
will be held in the New Algeria
Shrine auditorium, seating 3500 peo
ple. A smoker, cabaret, luncheon,
special scientific demonstrations in
the livestock industry and other
amusing and educational features will
crowd the program.
Wallis Huidekoper, president of the
association, has not yet announced the
official program but it is understood
that among the speakers will be
Prof. E. N. Wentworth, Ames, Iowa;
J. H. Burke, Helena; Governor Jos.
M. Dixon, Thos. E. Wilson, Chicago;
Dr. F. R. Marshall, Salt Lake City;
W. J. Butler, State Veterinarian;
Everett Brown, president of the Nat
ional Livestock exchange, Chicago;
Arthur Reynolds, j^ersident of the
Continental and Commercial Nation
al Bank, Chicago.
The theme and spirit of the con
vention will be Faith in Montana and
Optimism for Her Future. Pep' in
spiration and enthusiasm will be in
jected into the delegates, along with
a liberal amount of practical ideas
to justify enthusiasm and confidence.
There will be fun and profit for all
who come, Mr. Huedekoper promises.
NOTICE OF CITY ELECTION
Notice is hereby given that the
general municipal election in and for
the city of Bozeman, Gallatin county,
State of Montana, will be held on
Monday, the 4th. day of April, 1921,
in the said City and in the several
wards and precincts thereof.
The polls for said election will be
opened at 8 o'clock a. m, of said day
and will remain open until 6 o'clock
p. m. of said day, when the polls will
close.
The purpose for which said election
will be held is to elect officers for
the following offices in the munici
pal government of said City of Boze
man, to-wit;
Mayor, City Treasurer, Police Mag
istrate, and one Alderman from each
of the four wards of said City of
Bozeman.
Notice is further hereby given that,
at said election, there will be sub
mitted to the qualified electors of
said City, who are also taxpayers who
will be affected thereby, the following
question, to-wit;
Shall the annual tax levy of the

City of Bozeman, for library purpos
es, be increased from one mill to two
mills?"
That only taxpayers of said City
who are also qualified electors for
said election, shall be permitted to
vote upon said question to be so sub
mitted.
That the polling places within each
ward of the City, and the names of
the Judges and Clerks for said elec
tion, as named and appointed by the
City Council of said City, are as fol
lows;
First Ward—Polling place, Boze
man Hotel Annex. Judges of elec
tion: Tom Sipes, J. T. Burch, Chas.
Heageny, Jr.; Clerks of election:
Mrs. Lucinda A. Davis, Mrs. Win, A.
Shelton.
Second Ward—Polling place, Court
House. Judges of election: D. N.
Williams, W. T. Brandenburg, H. I.
Border; Clerks of election: Geo. Chav
ey, Ida Truman.
Third Ward—Polling place, Ken
yon-Noble Lumber conpany's office.
Judges of election: Geo. Lowe, C. S.
Kenyon, Sam Gibson; Clerks of elec
tion: Alford Yergey, F. W. McKay.
Fourth Ward—Polling place, Coun
cil Chambers, City Hall. Judges of
election: J. N. Kelly, F. B. Lewis,
Jos. Uhlrich; Clerks of election, Tay
lor Trent, L. L. Howard.
Dated this 4th. day of March, 1921
C. A. Spieth, City Clery.
March 23 2t.
LEVERICH BUREAU
HOLDS GOOD MEETING
The regular monthly Farm Bureau
business meeting and social was held
at the Leverick schoolhouse Friday
evening and was enjoyed by a splen
did crowd in spite of the stormy
night.
Supper was served, soon after sev
en o'clock in the basement, which
has recently been finished up as a
play room and fited out with cook
stove, tabples and benches, Mrs, J.
. Wyatt and Mrs. Frank Wyatt
were the supper committee and the
delicious supper was enjoyed by 65
or 70 people. The business meeting
was held after supper and new of
ficers were elector:
president; C. E. Sanie, vice president;
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L. E. McGee
urer; Mrs. Geo. Huff, chairman of
supper committee; Mrs. C. E. Sime,
Mrs. Fred Boylan and Mrs. Lester
Huddleston, program committee,
Mrs. Irma Bigelow had charge of
the program for the evening, and it
was splendidly given by the school
children as follows:
Welcome—Tommy Roseberry.
Farmer John—Virgil Martin.
THp Sheepman's
Adams.
Harding and the Farmer—Ivie
Adams.
Wheat Raisers' Lament—Kenneth
McNall.
Song—Victor
Song of Wheat—Ellie May Rose
berry.
The Wheat Farmer—Lester Schultz.
The Farmer—Minnie Adams.
Whv did you leave the farm Lad?"
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Dialogue by Austin and Ken
neth McNall.
Corn Soldiers Song—Primary Class
A fine scheme—Lester Schultz.
Fight it through—Austin McNall.
What's the Use—Kenneth McNall.
Old Black Joe, song—Victor Ad
ams, Sr.
Ain't it the truth?—Mrs. Kraft.
The Farmer's Cogitation—Hazel
Martin.
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Dialogue—Farm Bureau.
What is it and what it ain't."—
Virgil Martin and Marvin Par
sons.
Tommy Tooser—Raymond Martin.
Re a friend—Marvin Parsons
Good night—George Sime.
The recitations and dialogues
were interspersed with popular songs,
clever parodies on popular songs—
written by the pupils of the school.
Mrs. C. E. Sime led the community
singing and Mrs. Eugene Buckley
was pianist.
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Says Cream Applied in Nostrils £
% Opens Air Passages Right Up. 4.
Instant relief—no waiting. Your
clogged nostrils open right up; the air
passages of your head clear and you can
breathe freely. No more hawking, snuf
fling. blowing, headache, dryness. No
struggling for breath at night; your
cold or catarrh disappears.
Get a small pottle or Elys Cream
Balm from your druggist now. Apply
a little of this fragrant, antiseptic,
healing cream in your nostrils. It pen
etrates through every air passage of the
head, soothes the inflamed or swollen
mucous membrane and relief comes in
stantly.
It's" just fine. Don't stay stuffed-up
with a cold or nasty catarrh.
DRINK EOT TEA
TOR A BAD COLD
Get a small package of Hamburg
Breast Tea at any pharmacy. Take a
taldespoonful of the tea, put a cup of
boiling water upon it, pour through a.
sieve and drink a teacup full at any
time during the day or before retiring.
It is the most effective way to break a
cold and cure grip, as it opens the
pores of the skin, relieving congestion.
Also loosens the bowels, thus driving a
cold from the system.
Try it the next time you suffer from
a cold or the grip. It is inexpensive
and entirely vegetable, therefore safe
and harmless.
Rub Fain and Stiffness away with
a small bottle of old honest
St Jacobs Oil
When your back ia eore and lame or
lumbago, sciatica or rheumatism has
you stiffened up, don't suffer! Get a
36 cent bottle ol old, honest "St. Jacobs
Oil" at any drug »tore, pour a little
in your hand and rub it right into
the pain or ache, and by the time you
count fifty, the soreness and lameness
is gone.
Don't stay crippled! This soothing,
penetrating oil needs to be used only
once. It takes the ache and pain right
out of your back and ends the misery.
It is magical, yet absolutely harmless
and doenrt bum the ekln.
Nothing ©lee stops lumbago, sciatica
and lame back misery so promptly!
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YOUR
Easter Footwear
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New styles that will charm, delight and
please every woman who admires beautiful
footwear. •
For this, the final week before Easter, we
have made untiring preparations to antici
pate Fashion's newest and most fascinating
whims. And in this season of widely diver
sified styles, our collection, we believe, is
unmatchable.
Our collection of new Easter Footw r ear in
cludes many new effects, Gray Suede one
strap slipper with full covered Louis heels,
hand turned soles.
Black and Brown Kid Strap Pumps. ..Leath
er Louis heels, welt soles.
Black Kid, Patent and Satin Slippers with
Baby Louis heels.
Enter—the New Tongue Pumps—A pump
with a high tongue. Comes in Bronze Kid,
equally attractive and acceptable for even
ing or street wear.
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WHEREVER FASHION GATHERS—WHEREVER THERE IS WANT FOR
STYLE AND QUALITY — YOU WILL FIND "OUR SHOES.
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The Specialty Boot Shop
40 W. MAIN
Joe Conaty
John Hines
Clean Teeth Stand For:
Good Health, Attractive Looks
Careful Habits
AN ASSET TO ANYONE'S APPEARANCE—A SAFEGUARD TO
GOOD HEALTH. AND AN INDICATION OF CAREFUL PERSONAL
HABITS. CLEAN TEETH ARE SOMETHING OF WHICH YOU CAN
BE JUSTLY PROUD.
FIFTY PER CENT OF PYORRHEA IS CAUSED BY IMPROPER
CLEANING.
LET ME EXAMINE YOUR TEETH AND SHOW YOU THE DIFFER
ENCE BETWEEN WHAT IS ORDINARILY CALLED "A CLEANING
AND THE "REAL THING.
I CAN CLEAN YOUR TEETH FOR YOU AND LOOK OUT FOR
DECAY AT THE SAME TIME.
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Thompson Dental Parlors
Suite 2, Golden Rule Block.
DR. J. K. THOMPSON
Phone 97
Office Printing
and Supplies
WE ARE EQUIPPED TO DO ATTRACTIVE
WORK ON YOUR OFFICE STATIONARY, BILL
HEADS OR ANYTHING YOU NEED IN OF
FICE SUPPLIES.
' WE HANDLE RUBBER STAMPS, ENGRAVED
CARDS AND LETTER HEADS.
WE ARE TURNING OUT WORK YOU WILL
BE PROUD OF.
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Job Department
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