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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 8 May 1889

FIRM. s.; GRIEAT EA$T 0 0 MARKEITS. SEold Weekly Montana w lands in 0?n aerican Wool S"Values on to be very well ot be faulty, or on purchase be q pugh some of l oig of shut b econtinue to t week to make n pounds and tl, This fur ctel e are really in f etii opiece out, or Iat old wool is 1 1 is policy to needs." in the same Sprobable that foW ere are now t rill be bought ue resenint teri clips will be r ason's prices, t be expected. eel grower is for his wool manufactur store houses 'ia than today's per ' is relatively in t0 rt than in r, bf 'ttle advan 5n ofl as the mar in a r Ition. The of 0 ug feature of ket sh Ices during Dreee de there is very ri churers, but nqu ost wholly Q buy. They id et remark helped it tim Is, for the tl month of ts .ket of the o sw e: "About >ou e and fine S1 Montana 11t the above and was ha a11 sections ry -oreports are stl trior merits C rowers in en try speak Sgrn ement in eqk reatfruits boh4y S1i tary Win s enough to the n has been sod. fie af ~ m...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 8 May 1889

BARGAINS OFFERED THIS WEEK. One Ramie Parlor Suite, $25. One Crushed Plush, Silk Band, Spring-Edge Parlor Suite, $60. Two Carpet Bed Lounges for $9 each. One Smoked-Olive Bedroom Suite, 24x30, Bevel Mirror (a big suite) $45. One Mahogony-finished Glass-door Bookcase, $30. Don't fail to examine these goods. They are Big Bargains. Wm. ALBRECHT. SPRAY OF ThE FALLS. [From Satdrday's Daily.] Miss Bessie Ford, school superintend ent, is in town. Bock beer, summer bonnets, spring suits, ice cream, soda water and fish stor ies are now in season at and around Great Falls. Ed Purcell, who was found by the jan itor in the high school eally this marning, has been arrested and will be brought be fore Judge Guy on Monday. Editor Todd describes in graphic style the antics of the buffoon on Tuesday. The Salt Laker is handled without gloves by the River Press artist, who describes the thrilling effect of his oratory-on the dogs. Dr. Crutcher is busily engaged send ing certificates to all physicians ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 11 May 1889

NLLREAT LS RIBUNETI OT. . SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION. OLUME 8, NUMBER 99 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA. SATURDAY. MAY 11, 1889. PRICE. FIVE CENTS WFUL CYCLONE. STORM CUTS A WIDE SWATH IN KANSAS. dred Left Homelea-Only One eron sKilled - Trees and yenaes Torn up and Houses Unroofed. conxson, Kan., May 0.-The wind that has been raging for three ulminated in a cyclone in the north rt of Pratt county Tuesday, extend. ver the eastern portion of Stafford p into Rice county. The district hich it passed is sparsely settled at for this fact the loss of life and ty would have been terrible. The e first struck a spot five miles nst of Stafford and for miles in a terly direction left nothing but a waste strewn with wrecks of and barns, trees and fences and and there the bodies of dead and stook. The only person killed ken by the flying timbers of his which was totally demolished. er people were fatally injured at twenty or thirty more or less As soon as the news reached a mass meeting was held and a tee appoin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 11 May 1889

VXREAT FALLS TRIBUNE PUBLISHED DAILY AND rBQ-WEEKL THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHBING COIFADY, [INOOIPORATED] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. M1ai seebesriptions mDst be paid in advance. neyea, bymIl,$10.00 One yer, b ml, $8.00 Six mo111, 6.00 yho mo011s 1.50 QISDD Mout 1.00 Three moenthe 1.06 IIWUeek,O, Uprrier, 2 1ngle Upy.... Alloity Qnbsoribers to 1Daly delivered by carrier Advertising rates fornished on appliDation. The irculation of the Tribone in nDorthorn M.nnt.na is IUDUanteed to exceed that of AlPy pa per pUblished in the terUOturO UUosorUi0rs desiring their address 010anged mulst send their former address; this sho0ld 1b remembered. Ad duls. TMuDuE PUBLISHING COMPANY, Great P0111. 0001111. NO. a525. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $1,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $100,000. OFFIOERS: T. E. COLLINs, .. . President A, E. DI.EREMAN, . Vice-President L. G. PHELPS, ... . . ashier D. L. TRACY, . . . Ass't Cashier DIREOTORS: 0. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS, PARIS GIBSON, IRA IYERS...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 11 May 1889

OREST FIRES. GES THEATENED WITH DE STRUOCTION. . Burgle Shet-He Dies From the Wound - His Pal Captured and Jailed. QuoT'r, Mich., May 9.-Terrible fires are still raging. The village rway was surrounded by flames and crossing and Matchwood have been yed. The refugees sought safety e ditches and cellars, lut many are ag. All the telegraph wires have own for two days. Reports are arriving of terrible forest fires in ountry recently settled by home rs. The flames on Tuesday swept miles of dense forest until checked rain in the evening. Great suffer reported among the women and en, who could hardly breath on ac of the suffocating smoke. Many d the railroad tracks and others t shelter in the swamps where, by g themselves in the mud and lying ownward, they managed to survive at and smoke. Relief parties have sent out to look after those known e been in the burned district. It is many perished. Great damage rought at Anthony, a lumber town homestead country. Vulcan lost engine house, severa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 11 May 1889

THE ROSE THAT BLUSHED, A sngle rose fell downward through the air, From where wlthin her opera boe she sat, With matchless face so wondrouscalm and fate, That all the singers paused to game thereat. "NTow by the stars," thlought I, "if ever truth, And modesty, and spotless maiden grace Were wedded to the heart of hbeauty's youth, Behold them there upon that noble feesaa "This rose that's fallen from you cluster whiie, This will I treasure though Its day be dead." I stoopedlt e Ilf b' tro:eo--alas, the nightl The rest were wlite, but this ewas scarlet red The face was guileless still In all that light; And yet this perfect rose had blushed and fled. -W. J. Henderson in Once a Week. THREE DBYS OF GLORY. Notes on the Washington Inaugu ration Centennial. RELICS AND REPRESENTATIONS. New York's Proudest Day--Over Half a 31111ion People Come from Afar-An other Half Million from the Near Vialn Ily-nattlo lalics, Weahington Pictures and Other Memorlsan-The liliiary Pa rade, Industilal Show, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 15 May 1889

O eekly Tribune, Semi - Weekly Tribune, ONE DOLLI.. ikyG UNTIL OCT. 1. SEMI-WEEKLY` EDITION. VOLUME 3. NUMBER 100 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA. WEDNESDAY. MAY 15, 1889. PRICE. FIVE CENTS A GREAT RACE. KANE AND PROCTOIt KNOTT WILL COMPETE. r Noted Three Year Olds Entered r the Clarke Stoke-An Immense Crowd Expected at the Course. oUtVtL.~E, May 13.-Interest in the k stake to be run tomorrow is al as great as that in the Derby. Arm g has announced that Spokane would inly start, while Bryant is eager to go the defeat of Proctor Knott in tle y. Once Again, Hindoo Craft, tsman, Outbound, Cassius and the ornia crack, Robin Hood, and Come aw are certain starters. Admirers of Again are confident that at a mile quarter he is the equal of any horse be country, while Robin Hood has reserved for this stake and ,trained cially for the event. Proctor Knott 'pokahe are, of course, the lions of casron, and an immense crowd will ess the final contest between the three year olds. The long wished in has come ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 15 May 1889

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE pUBLISSE DAIL AND Sa.M-WSVLY THE TRIBUNIE PUBLISHING COMPANlY [INOORPORATED] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mael subscriptions must be paid in advance. DAILY. sF.M-WEHLY. Onemyear, bymil, $10.00 One year, by lail, $.00t Six months, . p Six mot 1.0 e month 1.00 Three monthsl" 1.00 neweek,oy carrier, 8 Single copy ..... Al city subscrlbers to Daily delivered by carrier Advertising rates furnished on application. Lhes ciroculation of the Tlibune in northern Mstana is guarantesdto exceedthat of Ay pa per published in the ternthly daoscrlsers desiring their address changed mast send their former address; this should be remembered. BAddrmess: T.sIB PUBLISHINO (CO1P NY, Great Falls. Mountans. NO. 3526. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $i,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $100,000. OFFICERS: T. E. COLLINS, . . . . President A; E. DICKERMAN, . Vice-President L. G(. PHELPS... .. . . Cashier D. L. TRACY, . . . Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS: O. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 15 May 1889

IBSON & COLLINS. HEY ARE THE POPULAR FAVORITES AT THE POLLS, a Orderly, Good Humored Eleotion A Heavy Vote Polled Despite the Ranu-Good News from the Smelter. The polls opened on time this morn g. J. F. McClelland, Alderman Hick y and ex-Alderman Wegner were on nd early and soon had the tin box and lling books ready for business. Ernest Rlngwald was the first to cast his vote. was followed by C. M. Webster, arles Wegner and others, whose names re duly recorded. Dan McKay was ly on hand with a bundle of tickets, pared to supply voters. County Tress Cr lark, Lawyer Addle and others ved the elements and stood around polls, Soon hacks and wagons began rrive with voters, who walked to the dow and handed in their ballots. The was enough to depress enthusiasm, as the morning advanced the Gibson Collins voters turned out in force voted with a will, declaring openly t they were for the popular candi bile voting went on actively in the it was feared that the rain would r country voters fr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 15 May 1889

SURPASSING ALL OTHERS. THE PARIS EXPOSITION WILL BE A GREAT STUDY OF LIFE. It Will Embrace Lots of Machinery, Plenty of Art, and Sience WVithout End, but Will Excel pluticul.rly [in Anthropology. Those fortunate Americans who go to see the Paris centennial exhibition will enjoy a sight of the world in reverse, as one might say. That is, instead of American Indians shown on this side, they will see wild Arabs of the desert, barbarous nomads from Central Asia and I \ THE EIFFEL TOwER FROM THE SEINE, the natives of a score of remote islands in tropical seas. At an American or English exposition they would see much ponderous machinery and many articles of utility', and at a German one the same, with somewhat finer displays in the line of art and music, but in Paris they will see enough of these and all the wonders of delicate handwork besides. And in this last the French centennial will doubtless be the greatest show ever pre sented on earth. In articles of delicacy and beauty, in fine ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 18 May 1889

w.keIy trbuNT ONE DOLLAR FOR THE -er CATrSMIeN T F L L 'IiB ONE . SeTmi- AWeekly Tribune, REAT A LS UNTILOCT.1. SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION. LUME 8. NUMBER 101 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA. SATURDAY. MAY 18, 1889. PRICE, FIVE CENTS RIOUS VICTORY. AND COLLINS ELECTED DELEGATES. ry the City and all the Populous ne- ReAgular Tidal Wave in Cascade County. [From Wednesday's Dally.1 vening and night too were given bite rbjo1ings. In less than ten after the close of the count, the issued an Extra which gave the t n this city, the Smelter, Gorham and Band Coulee. Messrs. Gibson ins first learned from this Extra election and soon the whole ew it. Congratulations were Son Messrs. Giblon and Collins e perhaps more cool and collec any one in the crowd. news spread, groups gathered oh alk and the enthusiam was Im Republicans with some few ex oined heartily in the fun. The threw open their doors and in bumpers the public at large ccess to the newly elected dele cIay who had stood at thp polls ast and took consid...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 18 May 1889

.REAT FALLS TRIBUNE PUBI0liHOD DAIlY AND aI. nWnlELY 'HE TRIBU1NE PUBLISHING COMPANY. Ie(oINoPORATeD] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail snbscriptions eeest be paid in adviance. DAIL. senD-WDEDAD. IiDneyO bywlIl, 510.00 Ono yearD , ymail,O8.00 iDDmonths, 6N.W 20110months1Y. 11 c)neweeer eyenrrlerII Singlepyl: .. 1.D Alcitio sbubsribers to e la~ldelivered by carrier Advertisine rates trnished on appliDation. 'The Dorcnlation of the Tribune in Dn0bern Montana is garanteed tD o exceed that of e, y pa per published inthe territuoI tiooaonnera desiring their address changed most send their former 0ddre00; this shleld be Address: TROIDDO PUDiBEINDG COMPANY, areat Falls, Muntana. NO. 8525. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $iooo,ooo. *Paid-Up Capital, $100,000. OFFICERS: T. E. COLLINs, . . . President A, E. DIoKEnrAN, . Vice-President L. G. PHELPS, .. . . . Cashier D. L. TRACY, . . . Ass't Cashier DIREOTORS: o. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS, PARIS GIBBON, IRA MYERS, OBERT VAUG...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 18 May 1889

REAKING FAITH. E ADINISTRATION DEFIES THE LAW. rotary Windom Decides Not to Buy Silver Until Congresa Meets-. Stewaet's Advice Dis regPrded. WASHINGTON, May 17.-The sliver men the republican party are indignant at e information whilch comes to them-in official vay that the treasury partment refuwe to accept their vice to purchase silver bull l A decision against snch a urse has been reachedoand will soln be clatly announced. No bullion will be rchased; at least not before congress ets. Ever since March 4th prominent ver men of the west, led by Senator wart of Nevada, have been endeavor. to force the purchase of silver and adoption of a radical silver policy. M.ltaheU Still Ahead. OR T BENTON, May 17. - Advices from num, Dupayer, and Birch creek give tchell five over Peck, making Mitchell ahead. Sweet Grass, Fort Conrad and rth Fork of Sun river are to be heard m. No polls were held in several 11 precincts. The Vote "at Rosebud. OsnnBUD, Mont., May 17.--The vote. at preciact was as f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 18 May 1889

CHI1ISTIAN YOUNG MEN. FACTS ABOUT THE BIG CONVEN TION IN PHILADELPHIA. Pi.ure o a ,Numbsr of Leaders of One of the Greatest Ealigious Organleations In the World-Brlef History of the As aoclatlon. The international convention of the Young Men's Christian association at Philadelphia, which began May 8, has not only brought together over 1,000 dele gates from every state and territory of the United States, and visiting delega tions from Great Britain, Europe and Japan, but has resulted in the collecting of many interesting factsas to the origin and growth of the order-if such it may be called. There is doubt as to the true appellation, for the fact was made promi JOHN T. sWIFT. 'BURNEY. HALL. 0. . MoPs0. nent that the different associations are not bound together by an express constitution or ruled by any authorized body. In this and many other respects it differs remarkably from any church, society or political or civil organization whatever. In short, this wonderful or ganization, co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 22 May 1889

OR THE CAMPAIGN-- ONE DOLLAR FOR THE eeky be, GSeiEAT FALLS TeRIBUNkly ribn, ONE DoLLA.. [ t ,+UNTIL OCT. 1. SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION. VOLUME 8. NUMBER 102 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY. MAY 22, 1889. PRICE. FIVE CENTS I • - COURT OPEN. -E BACoH AtDRESSES THE tRtAND JURY. eaks of the Medlial Law, Prairie reO and lhe Orderly Conllition of Great F'lls-A Light Oriminalll at d Civil Calender. . May trm of the district court be. today. Court opened about 10 k. Shriff Downing made the cus y announcement and business be Mr. Co krili, looking very impress ad the list of grand jurors, to which all responded. Judge Bach then excuses and released Messrs. Field, erger, lire and Creseop from at te. Ito also relieved ..Messrs. , Grflt}l and:O'Dwyer from service l Jurori. - defendants, Purcell, Axtell, "Red" d and Charles Rogers, were then ed that they had the right of chal but thcy all waived it. Mr. Brady sign. to ipealk for Purcell and and Judge Rolfe for Ormond. ockriltl hen reaed the grand jury....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 22 May 1889

NO. 85258. IRSIT NATiONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $i,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $100,000. OFPIOERS T. E. COLLINS, . . . President Ai E. DIOaRRMAN, . Vice-President L. G. PLPs, .. . Cashier D. L. TuAoY, . . . Ass't Cashier DIREOTORB: o. A. BROADWATERI MARTIN MAGINNIS, PARIS GIBSON, IRA MYERS, OBERT VAUGHN, H. 0. COWEN, J. T. ARMINGTON. A general banking basiness transsoted. Exchange drawn on the prinipal points in the States and Europe. prompt attention given to collections. Interest allowed on time deposits. GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY. MAY 22. 1889. DAILY EDITION OUR/ WHEATI'A IELDS. It would do the croakers good to ex amine some of the bench land wheat c fields m this vicinity. Travelers who 1 have just arrived from Wisconsin and Illinois state that they saw no wheat fields on the way out equal to those around I Great Falls. If this were the first season of wheat growing here its success might , be considered problematical; but several of these fields have been ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 22 May 1889

COL MARKETS. EOT BENTON WOOL-(ROWEf CALLED TO ACCOUNT. B its tor North Montana Wool l- of the Great Fa1 lls Maret-Ilt will Lead all Other Points. observe that our esteemed contem , the Fort Benton Wool Grower, rest deal to say about wool mar its issue of the current month, has just been r.ceived at this of Marvelous as it may appear, the hue and cry that was raised last the advantage of competition in rtation afforded by the "great sri river"--s heard again, and this face of the fact that not a bale of eat down the river last year and of her fact that it is doubtful if a steamboat will land at the Fort levee the present season. To tell of growers at this time that they derive any benefit from Missouri ompetition is evidence that either tar of the Wool Grower is a knave he assumes the growers of North atana to be fools. No other con n can be put on the case. e is also much said in this publica bout the "Montana wool growers aose" and its immense advantage lockmasterl About this insti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 22 May 1889

A LITTLE GIRL. MAluly It.iis the stAbsr adown 1'u gripet thle rays of morning, Which glisten round herheead, a crown, Fier nmtal day adorning, ,\Whatage's my lady? Just thirteen You'd think she was far older. Her witclle g eys have growatmore 0eet IIll tge, s too, make her colder. AlpI! hOW chlhdhood with a whirl From yosteordny is deetlngl I calhkrl Ir thlen "a little grl;" 'T'oday she scorns this greeting. Flit on, my lady, through the years Wlhch give to Youth their plenty Of love and grief, of hopes and fears, 'tll Age proclaims you twenty. Titan, as each year Time steals a curl And dimpis from you (doubting), iethiuks I'd call you "little girl" WVithout disdainful pouting. -Walter C Nichols in loston Traoscrtlpt. EDWIN ARNOLD. IX Tihe Author of "The Light of Asi" r Also a Powerful Editorial Writer. H Edwin Arnold is known to most read- 2 ing Americans as the author of "The , Light of Asia," but very few know that 1 he is also editor of the most powerful journal in England, if n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 25 May 1889

THE CAMPAIGN-- E LS TRIBUNE Weekly Tribune, Semi-WeeklR FTOiR une ONE DOLLAR.E A A L L S UNTI OCT. 1. SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION. )LUME 3. NUMBER 103 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA. SATURDAY. MAY 25, 1889. PRICE, FIVE CENTS OOL MARKETS. RT BENTON WOOL-GROWER CALLED TO ACCOUNT. acts for North Montanlt Wool swers-Merlt of the Great Falls Market-It will Lead all Other Points. ,erve that our esteemed contem the Fort Benton Wool Grower, at deal to say about wool mar ts issue of the current month, s just been received at this of arvelous as it may appear, the e and cry that was raised last e advantage of competition in ation afforded by the "great river"-is heard again, and this e of the fact that not a bale of t down the river last year and of r fact that it is doubtful if a amboat will land at the Fort vee the present season. To tell growers at this time that they erlve any benefit from Missouri petitioniseevidence that either of the Wool Grower is a knave assumes the growers of North na to be fools. No...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 25 May 1889

BREAT FALLS TRIBUNE POBLIeBneD DAILY AND SEMI-WLELY ] THE TRIBUNE PUBLISINuG COMPAIY., SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail eubcoriptions must be paid in advan e. DAILY. SNAA1I-WfLELY. one bear.nyilAlO . One pyer, bu) eilt, 5 Smonthi, 500 i monsthe, l50I une month 1.00 Throee month," 1.20 mne week, ty aerrier, It Single o ...... 5 All oity sbodbedr to Daily dolivueed bhy carrier Advertisin rotes furnished on npelnitAtion. The circulaetion of the T'ribeun in , rlern M.ntana is e arateed to exceeedthatet "[ ..p. p Aeeeoriibee edeeieln therl ddree. o ulle1l, l meet.end their former address; ties ehentL I remembered. Addres%: TICNERn pUne LIeINcee ieANY: Lreet Palles, Lntana. . NO. 8A25. FIR S NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $S,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $100,000. OFFIOE-RS: T: IS. COLLINS, . . . President A, EI. DIIeERMAN, . Vice-PrOsident L. G. PHmLSe, ....... .. Cashier D. L. TiwY, . . . Asst Cashier DIRECTORS: a. A. BROADhWATER, MARTIN MAeINNIS, PARIS GIBSON, IRA MYERSn, OBERT ...

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