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may hold the germ of good fortune for you GET YOUR ANSWERS. Answers to classified ads remain in this office as follows: Forest-Four. C. W.-Three. Y.-Three. D. B.-One. FOR SALE-CITY REAL ESTATE. POR SALE-FOUR, SEVEN, EIGHT and 12-room houses, respectively; all modern and furnished or unfurnished as preferred; also 3-room house, 20 lots in Low's addition and two a blocks in Daily addition. Inquire 417 South Third street. A NICE HOME AT A SACRIFICE; fine 60-foot corner lot on Fourth street; lawn,, fruit and shade trees; cement walks; water in house; fence and stables in good repair; must be sold at once; please call Monday; only $600 cash and $800 on time at $ per cent. No. 1000 South Third street. FOR SALE-IDEAL STRICTLY MOD ern home on South Third street, only $6,000; carefully built with view to comfort, durability and conven Lence; cement block walls make it warm and cozy: eight rooms; bath, cellar, hot water heating plant; elec tric lights; hardwood floor upstairs and down; inside woodwork mission finish; insured for three years: insurance paid; terms, one-half cash; a rare bargain. Robert E. Dinkins, room 7, Allen block. FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE; REAL ESTATE; THE Phelps ranch; 20 acres adjoining race track; in high state of cultiva tion; 10 acres of bearing orchard; best buy in Montana for market gar dening, truck farming and fruit. In quire at premises. FOR SALE-RANCH. A FARM BARGAIN-170 ACRES OF orchard and farm land; 60 acres in bearing trees; balance of land in grain and hay; eight-room house; outbuildings in good condition; lo1 cation ideal; 1 1-2 miles from Vic tor, Mont.; $70 per acre takes this farm; investigate. I. Scott, Victor, Mont. FOR RENT-BUSINESS PROPERTY FOR RENT; BUSINESS PROP erty; will rent or lease the fine busi ness property corner Main and Stevens. Wallace ,P. Smith, Allen building. HOMESTEADS. W1 YOU WANT HOMESTEADS, some timber and some water, see Griswold, 924 Toole avenue. FOR RENT-HOUSES. 5-ROOM HOUSE; CLOSE IN; south side. Inquire 124 South Sixth street west. POR RENT-GOOD 8-ROOM HOUSE, three miles up Rattlesnake. I. Q. Roberts, R. F. D. No. 3. FINE 4-ROOM COTTAGE: WITH bath and electric lights; South Third and Ivy streets; $16.00. Lange Realty Co. FOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS. WILSON BLOCK, 121 WEST PINE. 117 W. CEDAR, OVER ORVIS' STORE FURNISHED ROOMS. 311 WOODY. Lacasse fiats. ROOMS FOR RENT; CLOSE IN; phone 427 black. ONE FRONT ROOM, FURNISHED. 429 East Pine, east flat. THE LENOX-FURNTRITED ROOMS' steam heat; no housekeeping. THE BRITON-FURNISHED ROOMS reasonable rates. Mrs. Billadeau. FOR RENT-FURNISHED FRONT room for gentleman. 419 Alder street. NICELY FURNISHED ROOM WITH furnace heat. 417 South Third street. FOR RENT-LARGE FURNISHED room on first floor, for gentleman. 926 Urlin avenue. NICELY FUPNISHED FRONT ROOM for rent and board. 420 South Fourth street west. KEITH AND ROBS BLOCK: FUR nilhed rooms; searl heat: hot and cold running water in each room. POUND. FOTTND-JANUARY 13. 1909, ONE white horse, branded N on right jaw. Owner please notify Lyman Dill, Iron Mountain, Mont. LOST. LOST-GOLD WATCH CHARM. EN graved ipthelarge initial "C" and Columbia university shield. Finder return to Missoulian office for re ward. OPTICIANS. DR MORGAN, LONGEST IN PRAC tice in Missoula: latest methods, perfect equipment: permanently lo cated. Higgins block: 341 black Another One Four-room, strictly modern brand new cottage, in Knowles' Addition, for $1,500. This is the best bargain wt have had for some time. Let us tell you about it. Stoddard & Price MISSOULA INSURANCE 4 REAL ESTATE AGENCY. 468-110 L Main. Phone 147 Black HELP WANTED-MALE. WANTED-NO. 1 AXE MEN AND sawyers; union wages and union hours. E. I. Owens, Como, Mont. WANTED-MAN; MUST BE WILL ing to learn and capable of acting as our representative; no canvassing or solociting; good income assured. Address National Co-Operative Realty Co., 887 Marden building, Washington. WANTED - SALESMEN; M-.NY make $100 to $150 per month, some even more; stock clean, grown on reservation, far from old orchards; cash advanced weekly; chole of ter. rltory. Address Washington Nursery Co., Toppenish, Wash. TEN THOUSAND POSITIONS FOR our graduates last year: men and women to learn barber trade 'n eight weeks; tools free: more positions than we can supply; graduates earn $15 to $26 weekly; catalogue free. Moler System Colleges, 403 Front avenue, Spokane. WANTED--MEN TO QUALIFY FOR paying positions as railway firemen, motormen, mail clerks; many open ings; practical instruction at low cost: write for free catalog: state position desired. The Wenthe Rail way Correspondence School, Free port, Ill., Dept. 630. RAILWAY MAIL CLERKS WANTED -$800 first year; promotion to $1.800; examination in Missoula May 15; common school education suffi c(lint with our cuaching; we guar antee where others promise; full particulars free; ask for booklet R. K. Washington 'Civil Service School. Washington, D. C. HELP WANTED-FEMALE. WANTED-LAUNDRESS 1011 GER ald avenue; phone 380. Mrs. F. S. Lusk. WANTED - WOMAN TO TAKE charge of office. Address S. F., Mis coulian. WANTEI-GIRL TO DO HOUSE work; write or phone. Mrs. C. M. Allen, Lolo, Bitter Root rural. WANTED-A LADY TO CANVASS Missoula for a meritorious article; good wages. Apply at Missoula Drug Co. SITUATION WANTED-FEMALE. WANTED - WORK BY DAY OR hour. 415 W Pine, room 3 WANTED-POSITION BY COMPE tent lady stenographer. Address Z., Missoulian. WANTED-WASHING TO DO AT home. 1312 Blaine street: phone 450 black. EMPLOYMENT AGENCId8. LYONS' EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, 517 Higgins avenue, phone 211 red. CHARLES HECKLER EMPLOY ment office. 129 West Front street. Help on short notice. Phone 511. 1I SHAFFER'S, 125 WEST PINE. HELP furnished, situation secured; whole -ale, reta:l wood dealer, phone 458' FOR RENT-FURNISHED FLAT. 4-ROOM FURNISHED FLAT. MOD ern. 433 North Third. MODERN 5-ROOM FLAT, FUR nished complete for housekeeping. Address R. M., Missoulian. WANTED DRESSMAKING. WANTED - DRESSMAKING OR sewing by day. 415 W. Pine. MACHINISTS. MISSOULA IRON WORKS; MA chine work; brass a nd Iron casting made to order; light and heavy blacksmithing. Corner To ', ave nue and Bitter Root tracks. MONEY TO LOAN. MONEY TO LOAN. R. M. COBBAN Realty Co WE HELP OUT; SMALL LOANS $10 to $100 on furniture, pianos or live stock: service confidential and quick; reasonable terms. Montana Loan & Brokerage Co., 212 Higgins Ave. HEADQUARTERS FOR LOANING and borrowing money secured b3 mortgage on farms, ranches and cit. property. C. F. Ellis & Co., "tha real estate bargain counter," Helena Mont. Correspondence sollcited. PERSONAL. BIG MONEY, AGENTS; FREE SAM ple offer (15 days only); bright. sparkling, famous $5 Barnatto Sim ulation Diamond Ring; brilliancy equals genuine-detection baffles ex perts-fills every requirement of the most exacting-pleases the most fas tidloys-at only one-thirtieth the cost of the . .al diamond. As a means of Introducing this marvelous anJ wonderful, scintillating gem, and se curing as many new friends as quickly as possible, we are making a special inducement for the new year We want you to wear this beautiful ring, this, masterpiece of man's han dicraft, this simulation that sparkles with all the beauty an flashee with all the fire of the genuine diamond We want you to show it to :our friends and take orders for us, as it sells itself-sells at sight-and makes 100 per cent profit for you. absolutely without effort on your part. We want good, honest repre sentatives evrywhere, in every lo cality, city or country, in fact, in every country throughout the world. both men and women, young and o I. wh) will not sell or pawn the Bar natto Si: ulation Diamonds under the pretense that they are genuine gems as such action sometimes leads to trouble or embarrassment. If you want a Simulation Diamond. a sub stitute for the genuine, don't wai -act today, as this advertisement may not appear again--flrst come. first served. For free sample offer. beautiful Ring. Earrings, Stud or Scarf (stick) Pin, address The Bar natto Diamond Co., Girard Building. Chicago. (Mention this paper.) LADIES' TAILORING. AND UP-TO-DATE DRESSMAKING, eleaning, pressing, repairing. The Ransoms. 116 W. Main street, phone 63 black. FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALE CHEAP - ANOTHER work horse: weight 1.350. J. R. Daily. CORD WOOD PINE OR TAMA rack. Leave orders at Feed Corral Phone 584 FOR SALE - -ROOSTERS AND young hens. 922 Cooper street. phone 359 black. FOR SALE-A FEW TrtOROL'GH bred R. C W. Leghorn cockerels. Jesse Wright, R. F. D. 1. FOR SALE--I-INCH WOOD AND cordwood in carload lots. Ed F. bfhcrdr. St Regis, Mont. FOR SALE---FOT'R MILLION FEET timber near new railroad. For par ticulars address If. M. Stringham. Cyr. Mont FOHR .ALE - GLASS PARTITION. fourteen feet long. seven feet high. with door. Just right for offico. Gassert & Rummel. UlTRNITURR, NEW AND SECOND hand: also pay the highest price for second-hand household goods. Hans Jensen, Leiser block. 131 W. Main St FANCY FRESH FRUIT-APPLES, cherries and plums In season: whole sale or retail: quality and pack guar anteed. Wildwood Orchard, Missoula, Mont. THREE MILLION FEET PINE AND fir timber within two miles of Northern Pacific station at Bear mouth. For price and particulars address Box 1^2. Drummond, Mont FOR SALF-AT PIBLIC AUCTION at my place, four miles east of Ste vensville, on Monday, February 8. 1909, I will sell the balance of my stock which consists of 40 milch cows and 30 head of young heifers: also all machinery and equipment for a 320-acre dairy farm. Frank West. Stevensville. Mont. POPE TOLEDO 35 HORSE POWER, 4-cylinder touring car: detachable tonneau: extension top for touring and full leather Victoria for runa bout: Warner speedometer: Gabriel horn: clock: practically new tires: car wood as new: demonstration cheerfully given: car cost $3,000: first check for $1.500 takes it. Ad dress State Novelty Works, Helena, Mont. WANTED-MISCELLANEOUISi RTTD AND (4RPIT W!AVTNr(4 1F01 Vine strp~t. T' MOTT .TAVE R.ONN--TTAND 1 "P niturt to sell. O.* e.f...t M'EsaE TO RUY A "PTTP" OR YOTTNO DO~ ; give pnrticulars. J. J.. Missoullan. WANTED--TITN T- OFI" 1SMATL PTOR for feeders. J. Knzlna. Bonita. Mont. WANTFT)-AT ONC'. A YOUNG pun: unweaned. Address E. Z., Mis soulian. WA NTD--RPRTNfO IFTT1TCR A ?'T ,nnrh pne, P Vienna rafe. 1i? West Mein ROOM AND BOARD. ROOM AND ROARD. 587 E. MAIN. ROOM AND BOARD. 310 E. CEDAR. ROOMS AND BOARD. 519 SOUTH First street. nn:AR ANT) ROOM. CALL AT R02 Mouth Sixth street west. NTPRT,V FTTRNTT.TEn ROOMS WTTTT or without board. 302 S. Fifth west. DRY CLEANING WORKS. HOOVIR'S DRY CTLEANTNG WOR1K South FTi.egns avenue: phone 444 black. Work celled for and delivered. Some of Our Recent Deals Most of Which Have Been Con summated Within the Last Week Lot 18, block 30, South Missoula. Lot 17, block 46, South Missoula. Ten acres in Curtis & Majors' addition. The Tevis property in School addition; a 4-room house, barn, 1 1-2 lots, orchard and shade trees. The Donaldson, 10-room furnished house, central Missoula. The Raney property, 4-room plastered house, barn and woodshed. The Martin property, 8-room house, barn, 2 lots, fruit and shade. The Hall property on Third street; beautiful 7-room mod ern residence. The Rothrock property on Grand Avenue; 5-room plastered house; fine corner. Lot 8, block 76, Urlin's addition; a 5-room plastered house. The 84room modern residence of Lou Overturf on S. 4th W. The west 60x100 feet of lots 1 and 2, block 81, Urlin's ad dition, containing double house, plastered; shade. The Blair property in McCormick's addition; 6-room house, barn, fruit, shade and four lots. The Orr lots on Urlin Ave. and North First st The above list of deals, most of which were consumated within the last week, will show that real bargains do no go long without purchasers and if we are selling more than other agencies it is no doubt because we have one of the largest lists of choice residence and orchard property in Western Montana for our customers to choose from. We own our own conveyances and it costs you nothing to look over our lists. We do an extensive loaning and insurance business. If you have a bargain to offer for quick sale list it at once, and we will place it before our standing list of bargain hunters. Read the following and compare with the market: 6-room modern house and 3-room frame house on South side on lot 50x30; rents for $49 month; price $4,000, $500 cash, balance monthly. 4-room house, new, lot 40x130; $1,250; $200 cash, bal ance $20 per month; 8 per cent. 4-room house, new. lot 30x130; $1,400; $300 cash, bal ance $25 per month; 8 per cent. 4-room modern cement block, new. fruit, shade, fine loca tion; South Side; $2,000; $500 cash, balance $25 per month. 4-room house, South Side, lot 40x130: $1,300; $500 cash, balance monthly. Can you afford not to buy a home. O. B. S. ORR REALTY CO. Office P. O. Block. Phone 270 Red. SOCIETY DIRECTORY. WOODMEN OP THE WORLD. CAMP NO. 7S, meets every second and fourth Thursday of each month. Odd Fellows' hall annex. L. A. WEISENHORN, C. C. R. R. WILBUR, Clerk. UNIVERSITY CITY HIVE NO 32. LADIES OF THE MA:CABFES .meets second and fourth Thursdays of each month at 2:30 p. m. in Odd Fellows' Aunex hall. MRS FHEBE KEND.\LT., L. C. MRS. H. B. MURRAY. R. K. 419 Alder streat. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS, LAUREl. LODGE NO. 1, meets every Wednes day evening at Elks' hall at 8 o'clock. W. G. REID. C. C. J. A BAKER. K. of R. and S MI1ROULA LOD(GE NO 7. SCAN DTNAVIAN RROTHERHIIOOD OF AMERI('A, meets every Mse.on,i and fourth \Vednesday evenine at Fire men's hall, West Main street. N. P. KROONE. Pres. I.Eli" FREDERICKS, Sec. MTSSOULA AERIE NO. S2. F. O E., meets first and third Tuesdays of each month at 7:3S p. m. at Elks' hall. E. C. MULRONEY, W. Pres. W. HORD. Sec. MTISSOTLA LODGE NO. 19. 1. 0. O T., meets the first and third Fridays of each month at Odd Fellows' hall annex H. T. EASTRIDGE, C. T. JOHN NOTTINGHAM, See. WESTERN SUN CHAPTER NO. 11 R. A. M., meets first and third Fri days of each month In Odd Fellows' hall. B. P. DUNGAN, H. P. 5. H. M'CALL, Sec. MISSOULA LODGIE NO. 12, A. F. & A. M.,. meets first and third Tuesdays. regular meetings. F. H. KNISLEY, W .M. A. J. BREITENSTEIN, Sec. SCHILLER LODGE NO. 4, SONS OF HERMANN. meets in Elks' hall first and third Sundays of each month at 8 o'clock p. m. F. W. KUPHAL, Pres. JOSEPH WAGNER, Sec. B. AND P. O. OF E.. HELL GATF LODGE NO. 383, meets on second and fourth Tuesdays of each month in Elks' hall, Higgins avenue. ANDREW LOGAN, E R A. J. VIOLETTE. See. MISSOULA CAMP 5329, M. W. A. meets first and third Thursdays o' each month. Elks' hall. W. H. HOUSTON, V. C O. M ELTON, Clerk 136 HiggIns As' UNITED ARTISAN'. meets ever' first and third Tuesday at Odd Fel lows' hall annex at R:30 p. m. M. S. SWENSON. M. A S. L. DUNHAM. Sec. KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS. MIS SOULA COUTNCTI. NO. 1021, meets It Odd Felinows' hall first and third Thursday evening each month. HARRY M. SMALL, Grand Knight EDWARD ROULTER. Fin. Sec. BARTENDERS' UNION. LOCAL NO 817, meets first and third Tuesdays of each month at Union hall at 2 p. m JOHN E. PLUMMER, Pres. JOHN A. FRANCIS, Sec. CLERKS' UNION LOCAL NO 991 meets the second and fourth Monda' of each month at Union hall. 8 r. m o. W. SCOTT, President H. T. EASTRIDGCE. Secretary HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS FOR RENT TWO NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS. 404 East Spruce. FIVE HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS, UN furnished. 1212 Toole avenue. NURSE. TELEPHONE NO. 277 Black. Exclusive Agents For Jacky's Addition To GLEENWOOD Park rHESE LOTS LAY NORTH OF GLENWOOD PARK ADDITION, HAVE CITY WATER, lINE SOIL AND ARE NICE AND LEVEL. COME AND SEE US BEFORE BUYING. University Addition WE WANT TO CALL YOUR AT TENTION AGAIN TO THIS I)E SIRABLE PROPERTY. CAN MAKE YOU EASY TERMS. Homes IF YOU CONTEMPLATE BUILD ING AND NEED ASSISTANCE, COME AND TALK WITH US, FOR IN THE MATTER OF Loans WE BELIEVE THAT YOU CAN MAKE BETTER ARRANGE MENTS WITH US THAN ANY OTHER OFFICE IN TOWN. Our Business IS CONDUCTED ON A STRICT LY COMMISBION BASIS, AND DURING JANUARY, 1909, IN SPITE OF BAD WEATHER HAS SHOWN BETTER RESULTS THAN DURING 1908 IN ANY ONE MONTH OF THAT YEAR We Want YOUR BUSINESS ON MORE THAN ONE DEAL. YOUR PROPERTY LISTED WITH US. YOUR FIRE INSURANCE. YOUR GOOD WILL. FISHER & VAN VALEN 118 East Main St. Phone 84 Red Eddy Improvement Everyoldy likes to be with the winners. They are sure to he whooping on the side of the upper dog no matter how much they may say to the contrary and tell you about helping the under dog. Since the Eddy company has be come active there are any amount of people who have been in to see if they can put off buying stock for a month and still get it at the old price. To this I must say NO. Now is the timle. We are not gambling with the future. The Eddy company has as as good ground as there is n the west and what do you want us to uncover, another Hercules and then take the same money? Unless there is money paid down not a share of this stock will be held for one hour and not a share will be taken out of the block until fully paid. Since driving our prospect tunnel and seeing what others have got we are satisfied that no better ground can be found and that it is too near a strre thing to gamble with. A. M. STEVENS, Secretary. ARCHITECT. H. J. HAMILL, ROOM 5, FOURTH floor First Nat. Bank Bldg. Tel. 297. BUILDING CONTRACTOR. COME ON WITH YOUR LARGE buildings; I am a rusher, and can save you from one to six months' rent if you give me the contract. I am a mechanic of first-class ability. H. P. Kirkeby, phone 177 black. PRESSING SHOP. RED APPLE TAILORING & PRESS Ing shop: better work for less. 514 Woody, phone 458 red. STORAGL. STORAGE WAREHOUSE, 784 WEST Cedar Phone 495 black Great Bargain in Wood We are not in the wood business, but owning something over 100 cords of fine, dry cottonwood, piled up in the city, in order to make a quick sale we will sell in a lump the whole lot at $3 per cord. It should retail $5 to $86 per cord. We burn this wood in furance and heating stove and it gives good sat is faction. R. M. Cobban Realty Co. FOR SALE 6-Room Modern House $2,600 Woodford street, two beautiful lots; shade and fruit trees; wood shed and poultry house; reason able terms. Ten-room house six blocks east from Higgins avenue; splendid con dition. Price 2OO00; good terms. Neat, nobby, new five-room mod ern cottage, located on West Fifth street; cement walks, lawn, fruit trees. Everything complete. Price, 2200oo. EDW. HOVERSON. 333 N. Higgins Ave., Phone 203 Blk. We Offer This Week A 13-room flat on Vine street, at present all rented, with one-half of the furniture, for $2.650. This prop erty is worth $8.000, but the owner says sell. Pay us $1,200 and you can control this; it pays 25 per oent. Look this up if you want your dol lars to grow FOR RENT-Five fine rooms over 120 Higgins avenue. Lange Realty Co. 120 Higgins Ave. Phone 481 INVESTIGATE THIS $1350 will buy one of the best bar gains in Riverside addition; six lots 40 feet front; free from stones; water rights included; if you are looklng for something good you can not better yourself; make money by holding them; make money by doing truck gardening; you will have to act quick. See J. B. Bryan, office 120 IIlggins avenue, second floor. 2 Corner Lots and 3-Room House $850 $300 down, balance $20 per month. A. K. ANDERSON. 124 West Main Street. Missoula. DR. E. H. FREEZE PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Special attention to diseases of women. Suits 36, Higgins Block. Third Floor. Telephone 517. Missoula. PLUMBING J. P. GRADY 119 W. Cedar St. Phone 175 Re* Residence Phone 510 Blaek Chas. H. Marsh EMBALMER and FUNERAL DIRECTOR Prompt attention to all calls, day or night. Prive sab lances In connection. Missoula. Montana Office phoae, $1. Resldensr phole, 225 blas.. Store Rooms for Rent A fine 3-story block, with 7 .od ern store rooms will be erected on the corner of South Third street and Higgins avenue as soon as weather will permit. Every per son crossing the Higgins avenue bridge must pass this corner. The building will be directly across the street from the Milwaukee depot. If you wish to secure deserable location, see us at once. R. M. Cobban Realty Co. A gents For Rent Downstairs office; also a storing room, 30x80 feet, in rear of my oa F. H. REESER 116 W. Cedar 8t. Phione ROCK SPRINGS BEAR CREEK MONARCH A Good Buy Seven-room modern house, two lots on the corner, not tar from Hig gins avenue; large cellar, peatry and bath; large barn and woodshed. For $8,000. Worth $4.5*0. Gassert & Rumamel 123 W. Cedar St. Phone S FIRST NATIONAL BANK Of Miseula United States DepeaJtary Capital ..................... 82m6WO Surplus ........................ ,M. lterol Paid DH kesd Ia the sni.gs BDe taaet at SPer Cat Per AuamS Officers and Diroeters A. B. HAMMOND............ PrMeae4 J. M. KEITH...........Vice Pre e EDGAR A. NEWLON..........CasMe C. H. McLeod T. L. Oreenough Kenneth Ross O. G. England Ha . Keitb WESTERN MONTANA NATIONAL BANK Missoula, Mont. UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY PAID UP CAPITAL........... $186.1 SURPLUS AND PROFIT...... 6,S. G. A. WOLF................Preeldeat JNO. C. LEHSOU.......Vice President J. H. T. RYMAN..............Caher Direotors Ferdinand Kennett, M. A. PIs?'., . A. Wolf, John C. Lebhsou, J. H. T. Rymaa. A General andalt Biness Transated Montana Abstract and Guaranty Co. 128 West Cedar Street. WILL CAVE, Manager Fifteen years' experience with Mis. soula county records. Abstracts guaranteed. Phones: Office, U; rl idence, 415 black. Northwestern Abstract and Title Insurance Company Furnishes correct and complete ab stracts of title to all city and oouatp property. Estimates on abstracts far nished on appUcation. 104 Main St. Phone 1Q N. 66e Drummond State Bank DRUMMOND. MONT. Banking in all its branches a a a0 and coneervative basr.