My Motto: "iNever to be Undersold"
THE ONE PRICE CLOTHIER
Has Now on Hand a Large and Complete Stock of Winter Clothing, Purchased Before the Advance of Wool, Which We are Selling at Prices Which Defy Competition
Call and Inspect Goods and Prices Before Purchasing Elsewhere.
vail" a.and Express Orders T-.ill be i-ive:. Pro:L .pt ..dýtten.tion.
A. Nathan, "The Clothier," Next to "Tribune" Building, Great Falls.
Goods as Represented or Money Refunded.
SPRAY OF THE FALLS.
Bob. Blankenbaker was in town Sun- t
H. P. Rolfe returned from Helena Tuos
Prof. Mortion has been in town this
Green grass three inches long is reported 1
in upper Sand Coulee.
J. Jimison was down from his ranch
several days the past week.
J. W. Stanton, an attorney at law, for- 1
merly of Helena, has located here.
Mrs. Rev. Reid, who has been quite ill
during the past week, is recovering.
County Commissioner Chas. Wegner,
returned home from Benton Tuesday.
Mir. J. L. Henry, of the firm of Henry
& Randall, left last Monday for Indian
Great Falls and Choteau are to have 1
lock-ups provided them at the county ex 1
The fire company pays $5 to the first I
water wagon reaching the scene of a con
Joe. Bellevieu, of Sun River was in
town this week. Joe. expects to locate here
in the near future.
Since the snow has gone off, there has
been raking and scraping, and a general
cleaning up around town.
Since the snow has gone, and the roads
dried up, cquite a number have been enjoy
ing the pleasure of buggy riding. c
The saddle lost with the horse in the
river last week was recovered below the
falls by Jack Aylwin on Tuesday.
Dexter has an engine en 'route for his t
ferry boat, so that he can, in the future, I
land anywhere along the river banks. c
Hugh Patton, the well known Sun Riv
er meat man, has located here permanent
ly, and iS engaged with the Excelsior Co.
Mr. Jas. A. Walker, a prominent Sand r
Coulee wool grower, says his loss during I
the winter will not exceed nine per cent.
Ira Myers' mill is in trim'for work, and
will commence sawing as soon as the logs
come down the river which will be very t
H. S. Melntire, of Benton who held a t
clerkship in the house during the late ses- f
sion, stopd over here Wednesday en route a
E. G. Maclay and family arrived here
Sunday .. route to Benton. Owing to the
bad condition of the roads above, they re
mained here several days. t
The Park hotel laundry is prepared to
do, in the best and quickest manner all
the laundry work in Great Falls. Leave
orders at the hotel office. tf
Everyone who is the owner of a boat is
getting it ready for summer use on the
river.. Broadwater bay is a fine expanse
of water ao which to row.
H. A. Fry, a former resident of Great
Falls. passed through here Saturday, en
route to Benton, where he will take a po
sition with I. G. Baker & Co.
Holter Bros. expect t0 have a raft of
lumber here by the 1st of April. Chas.
Wegner has gone up the river to attend to
the matter and start the saw mill.
C. M. Webster returned Wednesday
from a two months visit at his old home
in Minnesota. Charley's many friends
here heartily welcome him back.
J. S. Bartholomew-from Grand Forks
Dakota has been-in towin for several days.
It his intention to start a brick yard, in
which will be every improved appliance.
Attention is called to our want column
on another page. Advertisements not ex
ceeding five lines in length will be insert
ed in this column for 25 cents for each in
J. II. BcKnight was down from Shaw
this week. Work upon the super struc
- ture of his new business block will be
commenced as soon as the material can
A certain young man about town re
cently sent to his father in the east for a
s couple of hundred to come home on.
"Come home and you shall have it," was
ed the fond father's reply.
Phil Gibson has removed his office tem
yh porarily into the back partof Harris' store.
He will, as soon as completed, occupy one
of the rooms in5Phelp's new block, next
)r- to the First National Bank.
The honest rancher is in town this week
ill and has a story to tell:about a wind storm
which occurred this winter, which he
winds up with the assertion, "it blew my
er, cat two miles away." The cat still lives.
D. G. Browne, of Benton stopped over
ry here one day this week, en route home
L- from a three weeks absence in the states.
Dave says Dakota and Minnesota are still
ye bedecked with a bountiful supply of the
T. A. Wall, of Otter creek was in town
rst this week. He says the Meagher county
n- commissioners, of which body he is amem
ber, will immediately complete the road
leading from Neihart to the Choteau
The 1st Presbyterian church has elected
trustees for the ensuing term as follows:
as James A. Walker, president; H. A. Ring
al wald, secretary. Directors, J. R. Ross, S.
A. Beachley and Frank Gehring. It is
da the intention of the trustees to erect a
$1,000 temporary church building Imme
A druken loafer made Central avenue r
blue one day this week with obscene
blasphemy. In the presence or hearing
of decent people and especially of ladies,
Is this should not be permitted. A pair of
, public spiritied citizens removed him out
of sight and hearing. Public sentiment
is against it, and public decency forbids C
such vile public exhibitions.
. Quite a large crowd assembled on the
d river bank near the dam to witness the
passage of the ice down stream. It was a
t grand sight to see the immense blocks of
ice tumble over the dam,grinding, crunch
d ing, splitting, tons of it piling over one .
s another. The ice gorge several miles up
y the river is now completely gone. As it
came down it carried with it a great num
a ber of logs and railroad ties of which but 1
- few could be saved from out the sea of I
;e whirling cakes. t
e Dissolution Notice. I
.e Notice is hereby given that the co part
nership heretofore existing between T. J.
Shaw and A. Kellogg, has been dissolved
by mutual consent. T. J. SiAW. "r
S GREAT FALLS, Feb. 1, 1887.
e Send your Mail Orders to us for
Fine Boots, Shoes or Slippers
We Can Please You.
fHelena, - - Montana
An Established Fact is that Paicesare Lowest at the
HELN I L BAeAB.
SHELENA, MONT, Send For Sampes & Prices and be Convinced
MURPHY, MACLAY & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail
And Dealers in
ill Central Avenue Great Falls, Most.
New Hardware Store.
BUPCH 8 NOTCEKISS,
Have just opened the finest assortment of
Shelf and Heavy Hardware.
In Great Falls, at prices which defy Competion.
ie All kinds of tin work done to order Call and get prices.
_ _._ _ - _- _
S, JIH. FAIRFIELD,M.D.
It PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
IS Great Falls . Montana.
e A.G. LADD M. D.
a PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
3f Office Hours: 9 to I a m & 2 to 4 p m
Great Falls. . . Montana
it Notice of Dissolution.
' The co-partnership heretofore existing
at between William Albrecht and Geo. A.
)f Knight, of Great Falls, Montana, is
this day, by mutual consent of both par
ties, hereto dissolved, Mr. Geo. A. Knight
retiring, William Albrecht becoming sole
proprietor who will assume all of the in
debtedness of. and receive all accounts due
t- said firm as heretofore existed.
J. WILLIAM A.LBRECIIT,
d GEO. A. KnG.oT,
This 21st day of February 1887.
Of Great Falls, M. T.
C. A. BROADWATER, PRESIDEN-..
H. O. CHOWEN, VICE PRESIDENT.
L. G. PHELPS, CASHIER.
A. E. DICKERMAN, Ass'T CASHIER.
s C. A. BROADWATER, H. O. CHOWEN, E. SHARPE, S. E. ATKINSON,
A. E. DICKERMAN, L. G. PHELPS.
A general Banking business transacted. Exchange drawn on the principal points in the Unit
States and Europe. Prompt attention given collections. Interest paid on Time Deposits.
BANKI NG HOURS, 9 A. M., 3 P. M.
Gi-reat alls, MLVJxont-,
PAUL GRELLMAN Prop.
Having leased the above Hotel and refitted the same we solicit the patronage
of the public. Best table and most comfortable rooms of any Hotel
in Great Falls. Charges reasonable
fl0 1 ffl] Im T General Land and
. Um. iURlul OmUvii Mineral Business,
Mines Examined and Reports, Plans, Etc., Executed.
- Real - Etate - an - Commission.
FFICEON 3d 8 TREET BETWEE 2d & 3d AVES. - - - - GREAT FALLS, MONT
xml | txt