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IN TH E SWIM.
Though moths have spoiled my piclnic suit,
My oxford ties no t uip to piar;
I'll still remain a ga y galoot;.
I have my last yea rs panama.
Fiqd another summer lad.
Answer to Yestercday's Puzzle--Left side down, under armn.
One of today's IIle ads
\ ~ d the germ of
S. goo, ortune. to, ,.u.
GET YOUR ANSWERS.
Answers to classified ads remain
in this office as follows:
W. X.-One. W. M. H.-One.
A. F.-One.. X. Y. Z.-One.
X. X:-one. X. 4. X.-One.
H. .--One. A: R.-Two.
64 IY.-One X. N.-Seven.
R. O.-One. Plumber-Three.
C. F. Baun-One.
WANTED TO BUY - THE MIS
soula Hide & Junk Co., '521 Cedar
street. Highest 'prices paid for old
metal, rubber, bottles and hides. All
orders called for, manho 886.
FOR. SALE-REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE--10 ACRES OF LAND
with 65 or 70 acres in crop. Also
farming tools (all new), horses, har
ness and wagops. Seven head of
horses, four Working horses and
three colts. Ten miles from Mis
soula. GraP. Valley. Wm. V. Cyr.
FOR SALE-CITY REAL ESTATE.:
FOUR-ROCM FURNISHED COT
tage. Particulars at 825 Wolf ave.,
FOR SALE-.-LODGING HOUSE.
Best location in' city. .Inquire at of
lice. 320 Higgins avenue.
FOR SALE-TWO FIVE-ROOM.
houses, two lois; nice lawn, fruit
and shade trees; ten blocks from
postoffide; teims. Phone 170 black.
NEW .FOUR-ROOM' PLASTERED
house With pantry, closet, bath
room, porches, cement cellar and
foundation; lot GOx130; $2,150, terms.
DRESSMAKING AND LADY TAIL
ors from the east; work guarant-"
teed. 526 West Spruce.
LIVERY,' FEED AND. SALE STA-'
ble. Ludwig & Huckaba, opposite
FIFTEEN-ACRE ORCHARD HOME
with bearing orchard at a bargain;
or will sell part. C. A., Missoulian.
LOST AND, FOUND.
LOST-GOLD CHAIN AND LOCKET.
Return.to. H-theway & Buford store
LOST--A PAIR Oi: LADIES GRAY
kid gloves,, near -ball ground; finder
return to Missoulian office for re
POSITION WANTED - STENOG1
rapher and bookkeeper; general of:
lice man; five years' 'eperience; not
afraid to work. Address W. H. F.,
POSITION WANTED - STENOG
rapher and clerk; willing to do any
kind of office work; four years' ex
perience. A. ',. H., Missoulian.
Some Idts in Blocks 10, 11'and 12,
South Missoula. We can make you
a price on them for about $50.00
less than :adjoining lots are being
offered for. But this offer will only
be for a few days.
Stoddard & Prce
MISSOULA INSURANCE &
REAL ESTATE AGENCY
'108-110 East Main
Phone' 147 Black.,
WANTED-A COMPETENT COOK:
Apply 500 University avenue.
s1ovel, $75 and board, free pass;
w4itress, city, $40 month; woman
cook for ranch, $35; girl general
house work. Western Employment
Agency, 122 Higgins .avenue. Phone
WORK BY THE DAY. 322 WEST
SEAMSTRESS WANTS WORK BY
the day. 3"2 West Cedar.
WANTED AT ONCE-HIGH-CLASS
lady and gentlemen salesmen. None
other need apply.. Call or address"
A. A. Shephard; Missoula Hotel,
SALESMEN WANTED--TO. SEI j
qur high-grade nursery stock. Out
'fit furnished. Liberal cotnhiission.
Cash weekly. Salem Nursery CiOn
bany, Salem, Oregon.
WANTED.-A BARBER AT ,HOTE1
STRONG, 1 ONES'. BOY TO' LEA ri
drug business; references required.
P. O. Box Q: '
WANTED - SALEaSMEiN; MANY
make $100 td $160 per month, ~ ,iom
even more; stock. clean, growp op
reservation, far from old, orchards;.
cash advancei weekly: -.cole;"oft5br
ritery. Address Washlngton Nursey'
Co., Toplpeish, Wash.
MEN AND WOMEN TO LEARN
Barber trade in eight weekst; tools
free; secured over 10,000 ppsitiozis
for graduates last year: unable to
supply the demand; graduates earn
$15 to $25 weekly; catalogue free:
Mole,r System Colleges. 403 'Front
avenue, Spokane, Wash. :
WANTED-EXPn RIENCED' SEWER.
Apply .Miss Wilson, Gibsedn block.
WANTED-A COOKI FOR FAMILY
of two.. 414 West Spruce street.
WANTED -. A FIRST-CLASP
waitress, Apply at Hotel l4argaret,
WANTED-A GIRIL FOR GtNEfRAL
housework; three in family: and no
children: 122 South Fifth west.
WANTED-GIRL ABOUT. 17 TO
help with house work'in small: fam-:
ily;" Apply 111 South Fifth street.
DON'T. TAKE UP. YOUR CAR=PETS
to clean themi:' let the' Thurman
Vacuum Cleaner do the work. 'Hope
& Wickes, p1A6ne 7'll Red.
CARPET 'CLEANIN~. CRATING
and packing fursilture; making and
repairing of awnings; a' 'o -storage.
Dennis Cahill, phone 66g ...4: 606
North Fourth wqst.
STRAYED--ONB PTLE RED COW.;
branded H-D on right h.pi nig'herný.
Finder notify B. F. Juliao0 Lgw'd'ad
dition, and receive reward.
LOST, LAST FALL-SMALL. ROAN
horse; lazy "S"" on lefthTiip, "C" on
shoulder; ear bobbed. Big bay horse,
bald-face; lazy "S" on left hip;- sore
back. Reward. John Fisher. Jooko,
Mont. - -
CALL ON MRS. C. A. G RAkT 519
South First street west, for stylish
dressmaking and ladies' tailoring.
MANUFACTURE AND REPAIR UP=
holstered furniture; piacking done.
Paul Schneck, 323 Stephens ave.
:.P)q. , --.:.5 ---. 4
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN. ,P. M. COBBIAN
ANY AMOUNTS. ON PIANOS, FUR
niture, livestock, etc.; repay in
monthly payments. L. G. Wrather,
182 Higgins, rooms 4 upstairs.
FURNITURE A N D LIVESTOCK
loans; amounts $10.00 to $100.00,
Montana Loan & Brokerage Co., ..$
H-OADQUARTERS FOR LOANING
and borrowing money secured by
mortgage on farms, ranches and city
propdrty. C. F. Ellis & Co., "the
realestate bargain counter," Helena,'
Mont. Correslondence solicited.
LOANS-WE OFFER THE FOL
)owing amoqnts for good real estate
security: One for $500; one for $1,
000; one for $1,500; one for $2,000;
one for $2,500, If any of these
amounts are desired address 555,
ROOM AND BOARD.
BOARD 'AND ROOM. 394 NORTH
BOARI "AND ROOM. -506 SOUTH
BOAPi 'ANP ROOM $5 A WEEK.
FOR RJIRN4' jUITH OF ROOMS
wft .. hoard, '-? Soith Fitfth west.
BO1RED AND'. ROOM. ALL MOD
ernoonn"yienlencad. Close to business
cetaer. :722 WVst Pine street.
4oQUKK$REPINQ ROOM$ FOR RENT
Itu jfNI1nED, HOY.a$EKEEFINO
roomsr . 315 Soth 1'hrd.
POlt RENT-TWO" HO USlRKE· EIN.
rr gmrs." Call evenin'gs. 310 Middson.
THE F URNISIHED ROOMS, FOR
tiljt" hohselpeeplng. 840 W*oodford,
TH.., .F litRNI`S' - i fit
hUkeeplrg ooms; bath and
ll1ts. 505 South First west;
THREE FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
liht hotekkeeping: hot and cold
water. 10 North Fourth street.
FOR ~ ENT-THREE OR FIVE
furnished rooms, with bath, for
light hdusekeeplpg; close in; youth
side. Address, I:. E. .r, 'Box 509,
FO. RENT-THREE , OR FIVE
furnlshed rooms,, with bath, for.
light housekeeplng; close in; south
lide. Address, L. E. W-., Box 509,.
FOR' RENT-FURNISHED ROOM8S
W14LRQ LOCK, 121 IT ImNE
u-UIýN3 D ROOMS FOR GENTLE
men .,.'515 Erst Front.
TWO 1ICELY FURNISHED ROOMS
for rent. 4:17 South Third.
NICELY: FURNISHED ROOMS .FOR
rgeit. 405 South, Third. street.
TI1RI10. ROOMS PARTLY - FUR
nlished; also stable. 134 West Pine'
FURNISHED FRONT ROOM IN
tonoern flat, 311 South Fourth W.
N'}IP EiNti'-z'r 1cLY, aRNISRmb
rooCie s; thoroughly sodern. 609
Sooth Third streSt West,
NicU t.r. PUANlSH-Si2,. MODERN
rooms; rasrinable. Phone. 589 black
316 East Spkude.
FOR RENT-NICELY FURNISHED
roobns; thoroughly modern., 510 S.
Third. Phone 187 black.:
NEWLY, -FURNISHED' ROOM;.
aah:; ope' goernteman:; $12. 'Te'l'aee
Aparft-ients, 2i5 . Sout, Sixth street;
WE HAVE IFURNISIED I 1OOMS
Shlch Are neW and, with running,
.wter I; each room. ,Over Schlosd
brk's store: "
FU1 NISHED ROOM.' WIT$I .BATH:
suitable. for two gentlemen. 124
South Slxth westi . "
FtURNISHED ROOM - SUITABLE
for. gentlemenn. Thoroughly modern.
,e'onvenlently located " to business
center of city. 722. West Pine.
LACE CURTAINS WASHED.
CU R T A N S WAHED AND
stretched: will call for .work. Ad
d1ress 415. Sout1h Third.
FOR RENT-OFFICE ROOMS.
OFFICE ROOM FOR RENT. IN-'
quire stite. 43, Hlggpis - block.
FOR R SENT-THREE NICE UN
furnished. rooms. 937 Beckwith,
FOR RENT-ONE LARGE OFFICE
roori, well located; $12.50. J. B.
Bryan, 122 Higgins avenue.
FOIR. SADE-.-BEST .EQUIPPED
small restaurant, In Spokane; coun
ter and tables;, two-year lease, $40
rent; price $1,000. Address M) F.
Hiadley, Ptdiporld Hotel, Spokand,
W'ANTID -PARTNER IN THE
plumblnt, and. heating 'business; ex-.
perlenge unnecessary; ,a good chance.
for the right party with: a little cap
1tl. 4dltress Plumber, Mlssoulian.
FLAT .'OR RENT.
MODERN FLAT FOR' REtNT--IN
quire: 619 South Fjfth 'West.'
TWO NEW FIVE-ROOM, MODERN
flats; close In; south side. Room 4
Wlestern Montana Bank building.'
FOR RIENT--MODERNA,- SMALL
flat; furnished; close In; with prit.
ilege of buying furniture. Inquire
Mix & Sons' grocery store.
LWWIS & WALKER, ASSAYERS
and " ohemists. 108 N, " Wyoming
A COMPLETE OUTFIT FOR MOV
ing all kinds of buildings. ' N. Cou
lombe, 61t North Seo.ntstrees.
FOR SALE~-BEDROOM FURNI*
ture at .1280 Edith street.
A GOOD $400 PIANO. ADDRESS
bot 895. Telephone 23.
FOR SALE--THREE HEAD OF
horses.. 1308 West Cedar.
FOR SALE-RUBBER-TIRED MAY
er buggy; $40. Phone 170 black.
FOR SALI--FOUR MILLION FEET
timbep near new railroad. For par
ticulare address H. M.' Btringham,
FOR SALE--HOT AIR FURNACE;
in good condition. Inquire 905 Ger
FOR SALE AT BARGAIN PRICE-
double door, burgial proof and fire
proof srfe, !ll good condition. Cheap
it taken at once, T. G. Hatheway.
FURNITURE. NEW AND BECOND
hand: also pay the highest price for
second-han4 lhousehold goods, Haisa
Jensen, Lliser tlock, 135 W. Mail St.
FOR SALE -. BAY HORSE, 1953(
hands, six years, rides and drives,
round, half thoroughbred, half stand
ard. Major Johnson, Fort Missoula.
FO'R SALE-THfiEE NMILLION FEET
pine.aqd fir timfber within two miles
at Bearmouth. For partlculars ad
dtess Box 102, Drummond, Mont,
FOR S'ALE-GOOD FIVE-PASSEN
ger touring car. In cream of con
dition. Will sell 'way below cost if
taken. at pne.: Address 0, W. D.,
care 1Mlasouligap for description and
FOR' ; BALE---HORSE WETIGIN(O
1,300 pounds, new harness and Burk
wagon, h4eal cement machine, mie
cellaneous tools. Inquire of Fred
Hensolt, 125 H1zel street, or at'lerk
and recorder's office.
FOR Jfi.T-FOUR-ROOM MODERN
brick,. south side, 807 Fourth. street
west., Lange' Realty Co.
FOR RENT-THREE-ROOM HOUSE,
furnished, on: south side. F1 H.
Reeser, 116 West Cedar.
FOR RENT-~HREE-ROOM FUR
nished house. . Inquire mnornings. 31.4
South Fifth street, or phone 186'
black. ' ...
FOR -RENT- -4ROOM_ MODERNN
house;. furnished thrqughout; south!
side, near bridge. Apply room 39,'
Ml!,soula hotel. •
RUG AND CARPBET WEAVFING; 102i
IF YOitf I E SECOND- .- Is - '
niture to seli, see Garret Me . 4.
tabohh-eggs at. V1 nna Cafe. .01 Went
WANTED - DR ESSMAKINO,. HER
rick block. .320 North Higgins axve
nue. Rpom 11.
WILLIAM RE!HMER--WORK GUAR
anithed. .~fkave di.ders with Orvia
inuslc hoise : :
REI: APPlI:, TAILORIN & 'PR1eS.
ing 'shop; better work for less; 614
Woody, phone 458 red.
MISSOULA IRON WOR1S; MA
chine Woik';: brass' and irop.ca'ting
t:ade tb order; light and heavy
ladksilththg. . Corer Toole aver
tlle- and shltter. .Root .tracks.
I.:P. KIRKEBY-DOES WORK FOR
the best'pnople inttown on 10 per cent
basis. Look. him, up if in a hurry.
PhoneC 177 black.
ST'O$AGi WAREHIOUE. 784 WEST
Cedar: ohnue 49a hlastr...T. W. Reely
LYO'NS' EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, 617
S!igglns avenuie, p"hone' 211 red.
SIHAFFER'S, 125 WEST PINE, HELP
' furnished.. itspati l t secured; whole
-ele, retail woog dealer'. hone 458 B.
.To avoid Serious: rBtits take Foley's
Kidney Remiedy at 'the first, sign of
kidney or bladder disorder such as
bac ka$he, urinary 3rireguliritles, ex
haustion, and you will soon be well.
Commence taking Foley's Kidney
Remedy today. Gai.en City Drug
Co., Geo. Freislleilmer,' Prop.
To Whom It May Concern: James
E.: Smith, having Sold his saloon and
lodging house, wished to notify all
creditors and persop., owing him to
call at 225 West Itailroad street and
Shike Into. isr Shoes.
Allen's Foot-Ease, (a pOwder. Re
lieves painful, smarting, nervous feet
and ingrowing nrlse, and instantly
takes the sting out Qf(. orne and bun
Ions. It's 'the greatet comnidrt dlii
covery pof the age. Alien's Foot-Ease
inaies tight or new shoes feel easy.
It is a 'rertain cure :I weating, cal
lous, swollen, tire, qitihg feet. Try
It today. Sold by" all druggists and
shoe, stores. By mnail for 25c in stamps.
Doh't accept any stdbitltute. Trial
peckage free. Address Allen S. Olm
sted, Le Roy, N. T..
The* board of county commissioners
of Missoula county, Montana, met in
extra session Monday. June 14, 1909,
at..10' o'clock a. m.
- Present: D. T. Curran, chairman;
Frank Nelson, commissioner; F. W.
The board proceeded to Evaro on a
tour of inspection of couaty roads.
'The board returned and met at 2
o'clock. Same officers present.
Retail liquor licenses were granted
to R.°W. Angevine, Erickson & Ger
ber and H. L. Shapard. all of Loio.
The board adjourned.
D. 'T. CURRAN, Chairman.
F. W. KUPHAL, 4rOlerk.
WOOIJMEN OF THE WORLD,
CAMP NO. 789 meets every second and
fourth Thursday of each month, Odd
Fellows' hall *annex.
L. A, WEISENHORN, C. C.
R. R. WILBUR, Clerk.
SOCIETE ST. JEAN BAPTISTES
Missoula, Mont. Meets every first and
third Wednesday of each month at
the Fireman's hall, West Main street.
J. T. LACAOSE, President.
B. LACASSE, Secretary.
UNIVERSITY CITY HIVE NO. 82,
LADIES OF THE MACCABEES meets
second and fourth Thursdays of each
month at 2:30 p. m. in Odd Fellows'
MRS. PHEBE KENDALL, L. C.
aMRS H. B. MURRAY, R. K.
#19 Alder street.
IKNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS, LAUREL
LODGE NO. 11 meets every Wednes
day evening at Harg~ots hall at 8
o'clock. W. G. REID, C. C.
.. A. BAKER. K. of R. and S.
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS, MIS
SOULA COUNCIL NC. 1021. meets in
Odd Fellows' hall first and third
Thursday evening each month.
W. L. KELLEY, Grand Knight.
CHARLES DAWSON, Fin. See.
MISSOULA LODGE NO. 7. SCAN
DINAVTAN BROTHERHOO OF
AMERICA, meets every second and
foutth Wednesday eyening at Fire
men's hall, West Main ptreet.
ALEX BENSON, Pres.
LEIF FREDERICKS. Sec.
MISSOULA AERIE O,. 32, F. O. E.,
meets first and third Tuescaye of
each month at 7:30 p. m., at Harnois
theater, East Main.
E. C. MULRONEY, W. Pres
W. S. HORD; Sec.
MISSOULA LODGE NO. 19, . O. G.
T., meets the firet and third Frida~IE
of each month at Odd Fellows' hall
annex. H. T. EASTRIDGQE, C. T.
JOHN NOTTINGHAM, See.
WESTERN SUN CHTAPTER NO. li,
R. A. M., meets first and third Fri
days of each month in Odd Fellows'
hall. CHAS. J. BLOCMQUIST, H. P.
S, H. M'CALL, Sec,
MISSOULA LODGE ! NO. 18, A. P. &
A. M., meets first and third Tuesdays,
F. H. KNISLEY, W. M.
A. J. BREITENSTEIN, Sec.
SCHILLER LODGE NO. 4, SONS
O~' HERMANN, meets in the $Tarnois
theater first Sunday pf each month at
8 o'clock p. nm.
WILLIAM HERWIG, Pres.
JOSEPH WAGNER. See.
MISSOULA CAMP 329, M. W, A.,
meets first and third Thursdays of
each month, Elks' hall.
C. H. ELLIOT. V. C.
O. M. ELTON, Clerk. 180 Higgins
UNITED ARTISANS, meets every
first and third Tqead;dy at Odd Fel
lows' hall annex it. 8:30 p. m.
E. J. WIGQITMAN, M. A.
8. L. DUNHAM, Sec.
BARTENDERS' UNION , LOCAL
NO. 817, meets first mnd third Tues
days of each month at Union hall at
e 1, m.
.JOHN E. PLUMMER, Pres.
JOHN A. FRANCIS, Sec.
CLERKS' UNION _IOCAL NO. 991,.
nidets the secohd and fourth Monday
oft each month at Union hall, 8 p. m.
G. W. SCOTT, Pres.
H. T. EASTRIDGEI Sec.
p. P. O. E. HELL GATE LOD(GE
nO. 883, meets on Aecond and fourth
Iuesdays of each month in Harnois
hall, East Main street
JOHN R. DAILY, E. R,
A. J. VIOLETTE, Sec.
REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND IN
124 West Main St. Phone 322 Red
Four--room nmodern homne-
fine, new and close in on the
south side. Only $20
0. B. S. ORR
Phone 270 red.
Office in Postoffice block.
RETURN FROM INSPECTION.
Helena, June 14,-Governor Norris,
Secretary of State Yoder antd Attorney
General Galen, constitutinog the board'
of examiners, have returned from an
inspection of the state university,
penitentiary and school for the deaf
and blind. All were found in very
Everyone would be benefited by
taking Eoley'e Orino Laxative for cnn
stipation, stomach and liver trouble,
as it sweetens the stomach and
breath, gently stimulates the liver and
regulates the bowels and is much
superior to pills and ordinary laxa
tives. Why not try *'oley's Orlno
Laxative today? Garden City Drug!
Co., Geo. Freisheimer, Pron.
A HUNDRED ARRESTS.
Monterey, Mex., June 14.-More than
a hundred arrests have been made in
connection with the dynamiting of
Leon Flores law off ice a few days
ago, by Juan Ferrinoi According to
the police, Flores headed a band that
is held responsible not only for many
cases of blackmail and highway rob
bery, but also trafficked in white
slaves. Many officials of surrounding
towns have been arrested.
Here's Your Opportunity
Here are a few good, conservative buys worth your
while to write or inquire about. Having been located in
this valley for over twenty years, I am in a positibn to
know the best values and the best lands here.
We are offering fifteen acres of the most choice fruit
land in the valley all in bearing orchard, with modern
improvements costing almost five thousand dollars. We
offer this beautiful place for a short time, for $12,500.
Nineteen acres choice fruit land, unimproved, with good
water right; fine location, $5,500.
Ten acres choice orchard land, unimproved, $2,500.
We also have a big list of city property and large
ranches, and all inquiries will be promptly answered; and
we will mail photographs of any of the above properties,
A. M. STEVENS
MISSOULA, MONTANA, BOX 688
One Thousand Men
On the Lolo and Clearwater en
gaged in locating two lines of rail
road across the Lolo Pass, railroads
buying right-of-way and actual
Five hundred men on the Blackfoot
and Swan River line. Much right
of-way purchased and actual con
struction work will likely be in
progress by August 1st.
Do You Still
Many a man will awake from his
Rip Van Winkle slumber in a little
while simply to find that while he
slept, property had been doubling
and trebling in value. Now is the
time and Missoula the place.
Here are a few bargains that can
not be beat.
NO. 1-An exceptionally good buy
in vacant lots would be the pur
chase of eight lots, being the
southwest quarter of block 27, Daly
addition, corner of Eighth and
Garfield streets. A beautiful loca
tion, level, fine soil; six-inch wa
ter main in front of all these lots.
These lots should be worth from
$200 to $300 each in a year or two.
You can buy the eight for $900,
$250 cash, balance easy payments.
NO, 2-Two good lots Knowles' ad
dition No. 2, on water main, $1'75
each. These lots are offered 'way
below anything else in the neigh
borhood and are a bargain; $100
cash will secure the bargain, bal
ance easy payments.
NO. 3-$1,250 will buy a fine
corner with 140 feet frontage on
West Sixth street, and 90 feet deep.
You could build four good houses
on this property and it's dirt cheap
at the price. You can handle the
deal with $300.
NO. 4-If you wish a fine lot on
Blaine street, we offer a very nice
one for $400. $25'cash and $25 a
month will do the trick.
NO. 5-If you want a nice suburban
place, we offer a full block on
Rattlesnake, 24 lots in high state
of cultivation, all in orchard, gar
den and berries, good water right,
four-room hoase, small barn; will
be on street car line and is within
1ti miles from the business center
of Missoula. The lots alone ought
to be worth $200 each or a total of
$4,800. We are authorized to sell it
for $2,500 and all the cash it re
quires to start with is $1,000, bal
ance on easy payments. You will
look a long time before you find a
better buy than this.
If it is a five-acre tract unim
proved that you want for a chicken
farm and garden, we have one on
the Rattlesnake for $1,000, $100
cash and easy payments.
If it is a five-acre 'improved place
you wish in the OrChard Homes,
let us show you a nice place two
miles west of city for $2,500,
$1.000 cash, balance on time.
Two fine lots West Fifth street,
corner, 80x130 feet, Low's addition,
only ....................................... ... $375
Two lots left on West Pine street
at, each ......................................$325
Nice corner, two lots, Van Buren
street .......................................... $825
400 Acres six miles west of Mis
soula, a splendid place; see us for
1,120 Acres hay land, fenced, house,
good water right, cut 600 tons of
hay; can be made to cut 1,000 tons,
price only ............... 11,200
R. M. Cobban
SOME GOOD ONES
Lots 19 and 20, block 74, School ad
dition ........................ $325
Lots 2 and , 19lock 35, South Mis
soula addition ... ............... 50
Lot 20, block 5, McCormick addl
tion ................... ..............$1,000
Seven-room, modern, brick house,
close in on Spruce street.... 4,700
J. B. BRYAN
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
122 Higgins Ave. Phone 140 BIk.
For Real Estate
Missoula Hotel Building
'AiISSOUtL1AN CLASS AD.
BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COM
TRUST FUNDS CONSERVATIVE
YOUR PATRONAGE RESPECT
KEMP & VEALEY
Rooms 6 and 7 Duncan A Dixone
Five-room, modern house, close in,
on the south side; ,lot 50X140; la*
barn, chicken house and w.od
Shed for $2,800 on very easy
Four-room, modern, cement houer,
close to high schoo; good cellsar.
and all Improvements for 800,',
$400 down; balance same as rent.
Good office room for rent on Big
128 W. Cedar St. Phone 23
We also write Fire Ineurance.
Beautiful 10-room, strictly°
<modern house. This is a
bargain. You could not
build the house for that
money.' 90x130 feet ground.
H. D. FISHER
Real Estate, Loans and Insurnee.,
113 East Main St. Phone 84 Red
P. J. ULINE
LOANS, INVESTMENTS, FIRE
INSURANCE AND NOTARY.
Phone 608 Black. 224 Higgins
4 LOTS-South Missoula, block 47,
numbers 13, 14, 15, 16, on corner,
250 feet frontage, city water, elec
tric lights in alley; a bargain;
4 BUSINESS SITES-Close in,.
central business district; inquire
C. E. SHERRITT
Phone 608 Black. 224 Higgins
Another Cheap One
$1,050-On De Foe street we will
sell this week 3 good lots, one a
corner, and a 3-room house, good
shed and well fenced. The lots are
worth it, the house thrown in. Let
us show you.
LANGE REALTY CO.,
120 Higgins Ave. Phone 431
H. A. Wheeldon
The Insurance Man
Automobile, Accident, Fire,
Marine and Plate Glass In
surance. Bonds of all kinds
furnished on short notice,
Money to loan on city prop
Room 5 1st Nat. Bank. Bl.
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