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MISSOULIAN CLASS ADS BRING RESULTS
Daily Puzzle Lincoln was born 101 ye.ars ago today. lint a soldior. Answer to Yesterday's Puzale-Left side down nose at right shoulder. GET YOUR ANSWERS. Answurs to classified ads remain V In this Nfice as rollows:, H0. N.-r rune K. 1'. --Tw'n. ll. T.--.)ne. I. U.-Two. - N. 1:.-(no'. 1. V.--Two It. K.-Une. X. V. Z.-Two. X. I'.-One. N. II. 14.--Two. 11. & M.On. X. T. --Three. A. I'. J.-One. 33.--Pour Ii.-Two. John Uolden. - Mr. Melharler.--Three. FOR SALE-CITY REAL ESTATE. lOI 5AL..b:---: At'11*M 0U.1440 IN ON Third street. cheap: terms or cash. Address QBox 87. RT. F. D. No. If INQUIRIES FOR CITY REAL ER tate are numerous. The quickedt way to reach Inquirer Is with a Minuoullan class ad. 1,011 SAAlt-SPfiAl4NDI), T'HOR oughly-tnodern room house: lot 50 - xi3l; close In. 219 South Fourth west. Inquire of owner, 1127 Vine street. FOR SALtNA i 4-'ItuOM if( U(IINO hdlsse. furnishied enumplete;all prise tically new; goos location: 5 or 10 year teoee: will sell eheap to right parties. Address BIox 195, Missoula. Mont. FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE. ARRIVALS WHO ARE SEEKINO farm locations, turn first to The Milsoulian class ads. List your farm here. WANTED-REAL ESTATE. I HAVE THE CASH FOR FIVE OR six-room house; owners only; *ant a bargain. Box 604 Missoula P. 0. WANT A S OR 10-AC'RIE ORCiHARD lone improved; give full description lowest price, etc. Box 636, MIA soula. WANTED TO DI'Y--SEVEN OR cight-roomed two-story house; at least two lots with lawn, shade and fruit trees; deal with owners only. Address box 136, Hlamilton, Mont. FOR SALE-RANCH. 280 ACRES, II MILES PROM HAM Ilion; wautor for 1'20, first right; 60 acres it) eultivatlon; 850 beuring young apple tros; tnew h-roomll house, hot and cold water: large new barn; cellars and putbuildings: all fenced. Place cleared $3,000 last year. Will eell for $30 per acre. 'i'lls Is a bargain. Call on It. V. Tabor, Comoo, Montana. CITY SCAVENGER. AVAh WORK UUARtANTEED. 320 North lirst: phone 421. DRESSMAKING. FIRST-CLASS DRESSMAKING. 301 Edith street. south side. WOMAN WANTS PLAIN SEWING by the day: children's work a spe clalty. Address J. C. L. MONEY TO LOAN. HEADQUARTERS FOR LOANING and borrowing money secured by mortgage on farms. ranches and city property. C. F. Ellis & Co., "the real estate bargain counter." Helena, Mont. Correspondence solicited. We Can Sell U the east 59 feet of lola 1, 2 and 3. block 55, Hammond addition No. 2. -ALSO Lota I to 6 inclusive, block i, In part or whole, on long time at 6 per cent. This is an ideal location for a home or an investment. Let us quote you prices. -ALSO A four-room modern home, in Knowles' addition for ....$1,000 -ALSO Another one in Lowe's addition for $1,000. We have a few lots in Daly's addition. Don't overlook these; they are right. Stoddard & F rice MISSOULA INSURANCE 4 REAL ESTATE AGENCY. 108-10 R. Main N. Phone 147 Red. HELP WANTED-MALE. I 1WANTllDY-YOUNU MAN TO Dli harber work and work in bar. No, married man need apply. hotel - Margaret, Bonner. AS A MEANS OF BRIINGING TO- - gaether the man who wants a job I and the job that wants a man, the Missoulian class ad ia quick and - sue. W AN'r I D - SALESMEN; MANYI. make. $100. to $160 per month: somemo even more; stock clean, grown on reservation, far from old orchards; cash advanced weekly; choice of ter- I ritory. Addresa Washington Nursety Co., Tu'ppenish, Wash. .MF'N AND WOME% TO LEARN barber trade In eiynt weeks; tools free; secured over 10,000 positions Ii for graduates last year: unable to taupply the demand; graduates earn $15 to $26 Heekly: catalogue free. " Moler System Colleges. 403 Front avenue, Spokane. Wash. I WANTED-YOUNG MEN TO LEARN automobile business by mail and prepare for positions as chaffeurs oand repair men. We make you ex pert in ten weeks; assist you to " secure position. Pay big; work pleasant; demand for men great: t o easonable; write for particulars anti sample lesson. Empire Automobile Institute, Rochester, N. Y. I WANTED-CORDWOOD CHOPPERS. lodge pole pine; cuts about 100 cords per acre; steady job for about six o men; $1.60 per cord; will give con r tract for 500 cords; supplies furnish ed at camp at coat; references. Missoula 'Lumber Co., Mr. Kinney, National Forest Reserve. Apply by mail to The Gold Reef Mines Co.. Philipaburg, Mont. t HELP WANTED-FEMALE. WANTIM)-MAKIR AND APPREN tice girl for millinery. Inquire 218 South 1"ourgh west. WANTED - EXPERIENCED MIL. L linery hatmaker at once. 219 Stevens, oppoalte Savoy hotel. WANTED-ENERGETIC LADY WITH business ability; short hours; pleas ant work. Address L. M., P. 0. box 29u. CONNECTING THE GIRL OUT OF u work with the work that Is waiting for her, the Missoulian class ad performs efficient service. SITUATION WANTED-MALE. 'T'IlE MAN WHO IS LOOKING FOR a situation will find the Missoulian class ads a great help. YOUNG MAN WITH 5 YEARS' O1 flee experience as stenographer and 0 bookkeeper. L., Missuulian. SITUATION WANTED-FEMALE. - WANTED-SEWING BY THE DAY. -Call or address ;28 Cleveland street. - POSITION WANTED- HOUWDWORK a In small family. Address B. E., care Missoulian. a WANTED-POSITION TAKING CARE of convalescent lady, by a young - woman of good family; compensa. l lion reasonable. U. M., care Mis y soullan. * EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES. I, W14 STEIIN EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, 122 Higgins avenue. Phone 140 Red. LYON'S EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, 617 Higgins avenue; phone 211 Red. O. K. EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, 327 Higgins avenue. Phone 68.4. Night or day. SH4FFIhR'S, 128 WEST PINE, HELP furnished, situations secured; whole sale, retail wood dealers phone 466 B. BUSINESS OPPORTU1 ITIES. THIORE ARE NEW PEOPLE IN Missoula, looking for business chances. If you want to reach them, use a MissoUllan class ad. GENERAL MERCHANDISE BUSI ness for sale, either whole or half interest; located in good agriculturki center; do!ng good business. Ad dress Plains Land Improvement company, room 502 Savoy hotel, Missoula. LOST AND FOUND, LOST-ROCKF'ORfD WATCH WITH fob attached. "R. H. B." monogram on locket; reward. Phone 647. LOST-BETWIEEN SAVOY AND ISIS theater, old-fashioned oval gold locket. Return to Miessotltan office. FOR iRENT-HOUSES. 4-ROOM HOUSE. 126 E. CEDAR. AL. 1ITVE:-iltOM FLAT, M1ODERN. (633 -- Alder strcet. CO NICE FIVI4-ROOM FLAT FOR ItENT. - 309 S. Fourth west. NE MODERN EIGHT-ItOOM HOUSE. - Inquire 024 North Second west. "O DESIRABLE OROPERTY 18 SOON rented if it is advertised here. 1U SIX.ROOM I4I.U4C: INQUIRE 432 1 North Second street east. Phone G04; ikod. P SIX*ROO.Za MODFIt N PlAT. Plt.- t nace heat. inquire 610 South Flfthl west. CA sIX-RtOM MUDJItN PLAT, Ulit noace heat. Inquiro 610 South Fifth West. ONEO LOWEIt -'LAT. M JDEItN: eheup to steady renter. 101 North Qt Second witat. FOR RENT--NEW G-!tOOM DUN-' galow with fang, linoleum and FL shades.Inqu' e 417 South Third. FOR RENT-6-ROOMt MODERN _ house, with range; Pebruary 1. 434 EditI. street. Address T. A. Wickes. .15-ROOM MODERN FLAT, LOWER _ apnartienst two blocks from Hug- Ft git s aveoue bridge. Call 210 Mouth Fourth west: phone 486 Red. FOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS. Ft WILSON BLOCK. 121 WEST PINE. FtJRNISilHED ROOMS. 414 W. SPRtUCE FURNISHEiD ROOMS AND EARN. 407 Must Mauin. NICELY FU1tNiS1IIOD ROOM; MOD- F - ern. 419 South Third west. iMODM N, FURN?&CE - HEATED a room. 213 South Sixth east. 1 THE LENNOX, 800 WEST CEDAR - Furnibhed rooms; ateam hbat. f a PLEASANT FURNISHED ROOMS. I Modern. 218 South Fourth west. - FOR RENT-ONE ' NICE. PUtt y wished room. 1319 South Higgins. TWO NICELY FURtNISIED ROOMS V for rent; gentlemen preferred. Phone s 751 Red. I' o GOOD TENANTS FIND GOOD n apartments through Missoutlan 1, class ads. F'OR fRENT-LAItiOE FEONT ROOM, - suitable for two gentlemen. 311 F K Woody, Lucasse flats. 8 a THE VICTORIA--ELEGANTLY PUR Inished outside rooms; hot and cold a water; 424 North Higgins. TWO FURNISHED ROOMS; STEAM a heat: hot and cold water running le in rooms. Over Schlossberg's store. 7 - HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS FOR RENT - 9. - t is 608 WEST PINE. a" 3 DOWNSTAIRS RtOOMS. 127 SOUTH . Fifth west 3 DOWNSTAIRS BOOMS. 127 SOUTH f Fifth went. t" FIVE-ROOM UPPER FLAT. 520 S. Fourth west. ONE ROOM SUITABIB FOR TWO. - - 404 E. Spruce. I8 3 ROOMS. UPSTAIRS. FURNISHED. - 610 North Fourth. HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS, DOWN - 8, stairs. 519 South First. FIVE-ROOM UIPPER FURNISHED - H flat. 520 5. Fourth west. FOR RENT - HOUSEKEEPING rooms. 616 S. Fifth west. FOIt RENT-THREE FURNISHED rooms. 420 West Cedar. F e R R 1. NT - IIOUSEKEEPING I rooms. 327 E. Front street. TWO PURNISHED LIGHT HOUSE- - - keeping rooms. 614 S. Third. R - an FOUR DOWNSTAIRS ROOMS AND bath, nicely furnished. 805 South I - First west. id TWO, THREE OR FOUR FUR nished rooms for housekeeping. 406 South Third. - HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS, $5 PER F. month and up. Mrs. Schuomaker. 222 :t. South Pattle street. K FOR RENT-TWO COMFORTABLE re front rooms suLlable for light house keeping. European Hlotel. 10 NEWLY MARRIED) COUPLES, is looking for a home, turn to the ~. Missoulian class ads for guidance. S List your rooms here and tell them where to final you. WANTED-PUR8. WANTlID RAW FURS-HIGHEST possible prices paid for furs of all kinds. Write for price list. Eaton & Jones, 428 Puyallup avenue, Taco ma, Wash. MACHINISTS. MISSOULA IRON WORKS; MA. chine work; brass and iron casting made to order; light and heavy blacksmithing. Corner Toole ave and Bitter Root tracks. PIANO TWACHBR. MISS GRACE CORBIN - PIANO teacher. Apply between 2 and 5 p. in., No. 7 Rosale flats, corner Sixth and Chestnut. MONTANA HOMESTEADS. ALL SETTLERS ON FLATHEAD lands should own a "Public Land Guide." Save big fees for lesal ad vice by buying a copy. McHaftle Bros. sell them. Price 500. FOR RENT-MISCELLANEOUS. FOR RENT-GOOD BARN. 818 S. Third RANCH FOR RENT. I RANCH FOR LEASE, CLOSE IN. 1884 W, Cedar. FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUL AlA., KiNDS )1' tiltl WOOD, PHONE 490 Black. C COOKSTOVI WOOD. $u PER LOA). Phone 6G2 fllack. NI1W "SJWINO MAC'lN1 Volt - title. 321 N. Manin FOR KAIE-PIANtI; USED TWO ii tmontht; $140. P U. Mox 791. FOR SAI.--IStT NIEW WOOD RACK Irons, ala, one electric belt, new. 1018 Coopnr. FORt SALE-ONI: $100 5AlPLE piano, cheapl. M.1ntana Music n.. I at Lucy & Sons. *1 CASH REGISTERS PROM $15 AND up, alsan three good second-hand ! sates. T. t3. Hatheway. SEASONED FIR AND TAMARIACK wonik for sale iti carload lots. U. C. Cook. I)elinrgia, Moat. QUICK SALES AltIl ASSUJRED fY Missoutian class ads. List here whatever you have to sell. FOR SALE-1LOT OF HOT 1IDl) sash at i barguin. H. A. Halfour. I Orchard Homes. No. 6. RIbUDE ILAND fRlD ROOSTE.ttS best kind grown-cheap. M. A Cromwell, Glenwood uddtionu. " FOR SALE-THOUtNWARD CAM ElA 3x7; full equipment: good as new. Address Box 66. I'lorencg, Mont. FOR SALE-ONE $375 PIANO USED only six week; very cheap. Mon tana Musi Co., at Lucym & Sons. Iort .AL.E-$2Go BUYS GOOD. heavy work tain. harness and wagon. 14. it Cobltian, 410 Mouth l Third v"e't. Volt SALE-lCDIMON PIIONOGItAPII. $35. Coat $865. 1as automatic re peat shift; 59 records. Good as new. Apply Bljou theater. FURNITURtE, NEW AND SECOND hand: also pay the highest price for: sceond-hand household goods. Hlns Jensen. 135 V. Main St. Phone 819 Black. - STRAIGHT*ORtADE VIELLQW CAN ada field peaN. Original seed liur cluased from eusterin seedhluute 2 years ago. $2.25 per pushel. A. U. 11111, Victor, Mont. - OR SALE-10-ACR!E OR1fIlARD two mIles fromn ustofftte: 460 trees, ) 230 bearing, balsn'e McIntosh Reds; eight acres cultivated; eight-Inca water right for $32.900. Easy tarins. - Address Box 5Ip. Missoula, Mont. FOIR SALE-ALMOST NEW ELEC trkc Invincible carpet cleaning ant chlatna, with all aiscessary tools: isecd tle-s than two months; cost $35' new. I Will sell cheap for cash It taken at mute. Address -F. H. Mitchell, St. h Its., Mont. ROOM AND bOARD. 728 SOUTH FOURTH WEST. - NICELY FURNISHED ROOM, WITH, first-class tuble board: gentlenaen preferred. 220 South Third. CLEANING AND DYEING. HOOVER'S FRENCH DRY CLEAN-. Ing works. Higgins avenue, south end bridge. - WANTED-MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED-TO BUY A I-'EMALE - canary bird. R. L. S., Missoullan. WANTS ARE SUPPLIED BY USING - Missouilan class ads. They're sure. IF YOU HAVE SECOND-HAND - furniture to sell, see Garret Meade. WANTED-SPRING CHICKENS AND - ranch eggs at Vienna Cafe, 137 West 3 Main. - SAVOY HOTEL CAFE WANTII 3 spring chickens and fresh eggs; will pay top price. 3 TO BUY SOME SMtE't)D-HAND Edison phonograph records. Address - X. Y., Missoullan, stating price. PICTURE FRAMING. R PICTURE FRAMES, MATS, lass and pictures always go t6 the Elite Frame Shop 210 HiggIns av enue. '5 V For Trade Ten acres orchard land almost = joining the city limits of Mis- f soula, containing splendid six* room house, fine pump, root house, summer house and wood shed; good burn with haymow and feed bins: tool and grain house; buggy and implement sheds: large chicken house and yards; splendid bearing orchard, containing plums, pears, apples and cherries, also abundance of small fruit; sonic implements and stock, in fact, everything with which to make an easy living and big profit. Owner is getting old and cannot do the work. Wants small home in some good town. Missoula pre !erred, or wlil consider good vacant property or sell with reasonable cash payment to party that will properly care for place. Will divide premises it necessary. 0. B. S. ORR REALTY CO. Phone 270 Kled. Office P. 0. Block. SOCIETY DIRECTORY. %1,OOODMK:N OF Till' WVORLD),'- CAME' NO. 73, meets every second and fourth Thursday of each month, Odd lVlluts' hall annex. J IE. AIIIltY, C. C. "'a t. Rt. WILBUR. Clerk. Su Of UNIVERSITY CITY tIVIC NO. S3,I t.ADIES OF THE MACCABEES - imeets second and fourth Thursdays of each month at 2:30 p. m. In Odd Fel lows annex hall. MtRtS. PIIEcZL4K KENDALL . C. Ire MRtS i. B. MURRAY, Ii. K., 11 419 Alder street. KNIGHTS (1" PYTHIAS, LAURtEL' LODIE NO. II-Meets every Wednes tiny evening at Eagles' hall at 8 o'clock. II. T. EASTitIDGE, C. C. Pt L. 11. VAN PATTIEN. K. of I. & S. - KNICIITH AF COLUMBUS. MIS* SOULA COUNCIL NO. 1021, meets In Odd Fellows' hall first and third to Thursday evening each month. W. L. KELLEY. Grand Kntight. CHARLES DAWBON, Fin. Sec. F It AT E it NAL BROTHERHOOD, b) MISSOULA LODGE NO. 279-Meets Ri every first and third Wednesday of S each eitnith at 1. O. O. P. hall annex. BYRON L. C1IURCHILL, President. MRS. M. PALSOROVE, Treas. MISSOULA LODGE NO. 7. SCAN- * DINAVTAN BROTHERHOOD OF AMERICA. wreetu every second and fourth Friday evening at Eagles' hall, West Main street. CHAA. A. MADEEN. PreS. MISSOULA AERI1 NO 32. F. O. E., meets first and third Tuesdays .f each month at 7: 30 p. in., at Eagles' i hall, West Maui. - II. L. BAYE.S, W. Pres. JAMES A. BAKER, Sec. t WESTERN SUN CHAPTER NO. 11, = R. A. l., meets first and third Fri - days of each month In Masonic STemple.It E. II. PAYNE. H. P. 31 S. II. M'CALL, Sic. 6 MISSOULA LODGE NO. 13. A. P. & - A. M.-Meets first and third Tues- cI r da3 regular meetings. N ROBERT SIBLEY. W. M. r 9 A. J. BREITENSTEIN, Sec. a SCILi.lER LODGE NO. 4. HONS OF HIRMANN--Meets in Eagles' hall first Sunday of each month at 8 o'clock p. In. 2 ED ROIItIIAMEI, Prerident. ) F. W. KUPiAls, Secretary. BUARTEND'RhS' UNION, LOCAL NO. 7 817-Meets second Tuesday at 7 p. III. I, and fourth Tuesday at 2 p. m. of each . month In Eagles' hall. h OSMOND NIBLEY. President. It r. JOHN A. FRANQIS, Secretary. a - MISSOULA CAMP NO 6329, M. W. t A.-Meets every Thursday of each nmonth, Masonic hall. e A. BESANCON, V. C. I v. HENRY BLAKELY, Clerk, 126 West At Front street. t.I - t UNITED ARTISANS, meets every r first and third Tuesday at Odd fel lows' hall annex at 8:30 p. m. IE. J. WIGHTMAN, K. A. S. L. DUNHAM, See. - . P. O. E., HELL MATE LODGE I No. 383-Meets on second and fourth Tuesdays of each month in Masonic 1 touple. JOHN it. DAILY, E. t. A A. J. VIOLETTE, Soc. MODERN BROTHERHOOD OF . AMERICA, University City Lodge No. h 1391-Meetb in Odd Fellows' hall sec "tnd and fourth Tuesday nights of each month at 8 o'clock. ARMSTED MACE, Pros. JAMES L. WALLACE, Soc. lIHOUSEKEEPING ROOMS WANTED. 'WANTED-POUR OR FIVE ROOMS e furnished modern, or house; state price. Box 476. D e LOANS WANTED. DI WANTED-TO BORROW $1,000 TO It $4.000 on first-class farm or city property or both, for three or more years; will furnish abstract, give 111 deed in escrow if desired, and pay 8 per cent per annum, payable semi annually and keep property insured 5 for benefit of loaner. Anyone who p ihas the money to loan at this rate please address H. C., care Mis soullan. GASOLINE WOOD8AW. FOR GiASOLINtC WOODSAW LEAVIEI orders at Jteilly's grocery. Phone 95. WANTED-BOARD AND ROOM. WANTED-BUY YOUNG MAN. BOARD and room. Address E. L., Missoullun. SCHOOLS. INTERNATIONAL CORRESPOND. ence Schools. Local Manager C. A. Bisbee. 115 Higgins avenue. STORAGE. STORAGE WAREHOUSE, 734 WEST Cedar: phone 495 Black. J. W. Reely. MERCHANT TAILOR. tENRY MISS, MERCHANT TAI. bor-,. fine selection of woolens to select from; altering and pressing. 514 Woody street. Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Missoula, Montana, January 12, 1910. Notice is hereby given that Marie A. Hofstetter, whose postotfice address is Missoula, Montana, did, on the 8th day of June, 1909, file in this office sworn btatement and application, No. 01345, to purchase the southeast quarter of the southeast quarter of section 28, town ship 12 north, range 22 west, Montana meridlan, and the timber thereon, under the provisions of the act of June 3, 1878, and acts amendatory, known as the "Timber and Stone Law," at such value as might be fixed by appraise ment, and that, pursuant to such appli cation, the land and timber thereon I have been appraised, the timber esti mated at 100,000 board feet at $1.50 per thousand, and the land at $30; that said applicant will offer final prqof in support of his application and sworn statement on the 21st day of March, 1910. before register and receiver at Missoula, Montana. Any person is at liberty to protest this purchase before entry, or initiate a contest at any time before patent is sues, by filing a corroborated affidavit in this office, alleging facts which would defeat the entry. PANitTI. ARMS, Register. 1-44-'1-li Professional Directory - DR. E. H. FREEZE Physician and Surgeon Special attention to diseases at women. Suite 36. Higgins Block, Third Floor.J Office Telephone 617; Residence Tele. phone __6 Red. Missoula. ALBERT BESANCON Attorney-at Law General law Practice. State and rederat Courts and C. A Land Office. First National Bank Block. L. C. BOLTON Attorney'at Law Room I, Duncan and Dixon building. Practice in all courts. R. H. McKAY. Photographer Developing and Printing for Ama teurs. Room 40, Higgins Block. DR. CHARLES L. SMITH Dentist Houra 3 a. m. to 5 p. In. Evenings by appointment. Phones: office. $29; Roes. 563 red. Hammond block. Rooms 122-1, Third floor. A. A. VON BRUNT, Teacher of elocution and dramatic art. Private and clais instruction. Box 181. city. DR. S. D. WHITING Physician and Surgeon Oculist Special Attention to lkfratiin andti Diseases of the Kye. 213 East Spruce St. Phone 3. Can Be Found Day or Night GEORGE W. REEVES, Attorney-at-Law i'lrst National Ulank block. Has of. - fHce- 1oom with Marshall & Stiff. * Call for Bids. c Notice is hereby given by the M, u tun1 Implement CI. of Great FullsII Mont., that they *111 receive bids untli 6 p. in. February 19, 1919, for the fur k nishing of labor and materials, for thei construction of a two-story brick anl stone twarehouse, the building to be u:1 mill construction. Plans and specifications may be seen - at the office of the architect, W. It. Mowery, room 19 Phelps block, Great t Falls. Mont. All bids shall be Kent to the Mon. tuna Implement Co., and be marked "Bid on Warehouse." MONTANA IMPI.EMKINT CO. By W. F. KESTER. Preslident. Stockholders' Meeting. Notice is hereby given that the regu lar annual meeting of the stockholders of the Triangle Mining & Development, company will be held at the offices of the comllpany, rooms 8 and 9. Allen block, h Missoula, Mont., at 12 o'clock m. on Monday, the 21st day of February. 1910, for the purposu of electing a It board of directors to serve for the ensuing year and for such other busi ness us may properly comie before theI meeting. By order of the board of directors. dro. Y. JEPIIART. Secretary. Dated Janui'y 19. 1910. - Application for grazing permoits. IC Notice is hereby given that all ap p lpcations for permits to graze cattle, Ic horses and sheep within the Missoula National Forest during the season of 1910 must be filed in my office at - Mispoula, Montana, on or before March F 1, 1910. Full Information in regard to the grazing fees to be charged, and h, blaik permits to be used in mnaking I applications will be furnished upon I request. David (. Kinney, supervisor. 2-11-17. An Ideal Home New, oeven ooms, cview in on south side, In splendid localton to be had, for right price. This Is NO ORDINARY HlOUSE but exceptionally well built, finished in tainarack and equipped with splendid furnace. It is on NO ORDINARY LOT but - on a fine plot of ground 100x130 feet. You cannot find anything in Mi. auula to equal this home at the $5,250-PR ICE-$5,250 H. D. FISHER Real Estate, Fire Insuranos Life Insurance, Money to Loan 113 EAST M1AIN HTREET Phone 84 Ited A SNAP Four-room house and two lots, close in on the West side, fur $800. Four-room house, large barn, woodshed; close in; parties going away and want to sell; $1,200, small payment down, balance -same as rent. FOR RENT Two and three-ruum furnished houses. W. L. GABBERT, Real Estate, Insurance. 128 Cedar St. Missoula, Mont. On the Bargain Counter r $350 will buy a small house with cellar and stone foundation; lot 30x130 - feet situated on South Higgins avenue. This property is cheap at $500, but r for a quick sale, will sell fur $330. J. B. BRYAN, Real Estate, Loans and Insurance. S 1232 Higgins Avenue. ni Children Who Are Sickly. 0 Mothers who value their own coin t fort and the welfare of their children n should never be without a box of n Mother Uray's Sweet Powders for chil it dren, for use throughout the season. They break up colds, cure feverish it ness, constipation, teething disorders, 'A headache and stomach troubles. These 1 powders never fail. Sold by all drug stores, 25c. Don't accept any substi- ! mh tute. A trial package will be sent free to any mother who will address Allen Iii. r lmnsted, Le Roy, N. Y. A Mixture of Bargains in Real Estate In Daly addition on Seventh street. we have eight fine, level lots that you can buy with $400 in money. Price, $900. Six per cent Interest on deferred payment. No room here for argument, if you want them get busy. - We have a 5-room cottage and 3 jots close In on North Fifth street for only $1,860, on easy terms. Also, 5-room cottage and two lots only two blocks from North Side tchool, for $1,600; easy terms. Six, 40x130 lots in Low's addi tion for $850. " Four-room house; corner lot, 50x 130: South Fifth street west, $1,450; easy terms. _ Six-room house close In on the South side for $3,000. On very ,c easy terms. lioverson & Stephens 333 N. Higgins Ave. Phone 203 Ilk. .d ONLY $1,300 S4-room plastered cottage; city -I water, sink and cesspool: concrete U, foundation and cellar walls. Room n for four horses It stable; easy It. terms. We have many others. Van Valen & Ekkmann INSURANCE AND LOANS. U. n Western Montana Bank Building. Boom 4. Phone 528. a. he ii lie of i A Leader o Six-ruoos strctlty isodern house at on East Front street; steam heat; house on back of lot which rents nd for $15 per month; carpet on n stairs and in hall; a large lot. oni or. $5,500 takes this; one-half cash, balance on terms. Lots of lots in .ucws addition at $150, on car track. Otto Greenhood J Rooms S and 7 Dixon & Duncan Bik. PHONE 323. 0 RANCH Go aires, under cultivation; water right; 5-room house; bhrn; sheds, etc.; $100 per acre. A fine place. Will give terms. Greater Missoula Realty Co. 100 HIGGINS BLOCK. Hammond Addition 40 or $0 feet, close in. at a so up. OSCAR CRUTCHFIELD, Real Estate and Insurance Next U. S. Land Office. Higgins Ave. REAL ESTATE an? INSURANCE CARROLL 0 NAPTON Masonic Temple. Phone 739 WITHIN THE MILE CIRCLE WE OFFER AN ACRE OF EX* 'CELLENT GROUND. WITH SIX ROOM MODERN HOUSE, STABLE FOR SIX HORSES, WOODSHED AND CHICKEN HOUSE. ABOUT THE HOUSE IS AN OR. CHARD OF 50 BEARING TREES, AND A FINE STRAWBERRY PATCH. IN ADDITION TO THIS VALU IABLE PROPERTY, WELL WORTH i MORE THAN THE PRICE, IN IT. SELF. WE THROW IN TWO FINE DAIRY COWS, HORSE AND SUGGY, AND A FINE LOT OF CHICKES $3,100 WILL TAKE THE EN1I OUTFIT, AND WE CONGlAYULAT. IN ADVANCE THE PORTUNAT PURCHASER. e MORE-FAIROHILD 00. 116 HIGGINS, NORTH END BRIDGE. PHQNE $48 ,.