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VALLEY DEPOSITORY MOVES INTO
MORE HANDSOME AND AMPLE QUARTERS. Itamnlilnn, April 2t,.-When tei tI h i 4 gene' State bank of tla ton l l, ei Its doors for buelonr. this morning it was in Its new quarters, In the ' IIlrru building, at the corner of Meul. am Beonnd stree,. The building hi.. lenii remodeled to take In the .to.ce until 'recently ie u.tied by tho Itouthern an lona, *no that the lb nk twntw has iliple room. A find new front if tnisslon style has been put In and the hloid lhg Is ote of th he.at liglted in othe Tihe interior of the bank In nll that coulld be desired for the operatlion of I a banking business. New fixtures haveli bean added. which give niclh 'more enuntur room and t'ovilde fir ,ashier, teller and rt'ielving windows. In the front corner is a small office room for ' the president of the bank. tIne of the finest and safest vaults In the rountry has been Installed In the bank. The Vault Is a large one and of cement and, brick, luned with steel. The door to the vault Is of the ('ary make and Is absolutely burglar proof. PLYMOUTH ROCKS MAKE INTEESTING EXHIBII Hamilton. April 25.-The exhibit of yotng chicks fronm the ranch of Webb & Monty, wt lf has aItrsited tn much attention ddring the past week, was removed from the window of the sham be! of commerce yesterday and re placed by 40 3-day-old Barred Ply mnoath Rock chicks from the pouitry rsi>ch of W. J. Fullerton. They are from a flock of pver 400 that have beets hatched out this spring on the Plaorton ranch and are fromn fanny ex hlbition stock. $everal diploman and medals that have bden won by Mr. Fullerton with his chickens are exhibited in the win dow with the chicks. (ine large d. plona Is from the ('anasissn national hxlbttion, held at Toronto in 19114, and was given for the best coliiction of Single-Comnh White leghnrns. 14ev eral first and fourth priess were hind ed at the siane exhibltisn by Mr. Ful lorton. MI-O-NA Drives Distress From Upset Stomachs in Five Minutes. 4II1-n-hu5 stomach tabltls oit only cute Indigestion. but build rap the en tire system and make the weak and frail strong and vigorous. They cause the glow of health to appear in the cheeks and make the eyes brsight and sparkling. They chase out had blood and cause pimples and sallow skin to dinsppear. S1io-na stomach tablets are such wonderful stomach invigorators and 1ipbuildera that they are sild under ann agreement to return your money If they do not cure indigestion or alisy other troubie arising from an uprst stomach, such a hillousness, dizzil ness. sick headache, lsss of appetite, -fermentations, nervousness, sleepless ness, nightmare, etc. "I gl4d atnomucii'i trsluble; wtas weak. bloodless and depreased. but Ml-sI-NA built up sty health and made tilt strong."-Mrs. J. Newton, flellev as, Mkchlitan. M--ti-a costs only 50 cents it large box at druggists everywhere. ind in Missoula snt tjeorgs- i-relshehsier's. LIKES VALLEY. Jitamsson. April 25.-_ Presidsnt K. N. Armsstrong of' tilh Tsllli., P5wi53li & Western 55railwiamsv arrived in flumilton in his private car ystnssl 'sy and has spent sill the tiime Lin3e in getting acquainted with vllls) vl Wshil. nltk ing sss inspection et the w estern country he esubt ant 5 S. s u!. the HiIt ter i siit vallev. logo 1iine I isnilttsi to look it over. Ill is inti3h isp rew with the wonderful rei-a.urie-s if the v'ailiey, after having been ints the enuntry asout s tnlitsnsl I, e will res turn to Miasousl thisi ftern'sn. RAVALLI'S PICTURE. 11m535lton, April 25.--.1 ti3ll- h 8rtra3it of batther Anthony Itvsaill h has bees aslled to tilts ceslles-ti n of hiaissrc I lle tn'rns ill the lamtiltsin ('hani ler of Cuhmi-rses. 'fit3 Iihsturft 4 was liunsi by Att3rseyv I e3.-se T. Iuge sf $tl se Vile, anal hils, nttrac3tei1 suc3h uttentiihn sine- Its arrival Iin Humilton. Th srounty gut its 3nnie Irais this 1 asses-r abtls liriest. wih' sli s l ititi re 3. to it3e lsillItual nei ds of lti volley ill it, earl. gays. VISIT IN VALLEY. Hamilton, April '1a I~lne r 1lriler y. tin attoruesv sst 1i3sanula, cas ie t'' Itu2 ntitn )'t 3terd4 y with his wife soul dauu tli'r anil aIll bi- h1.re until the ilide of tho traik as attorney lii i wider s tilt Ill the slistriot court. '1h." ,little dais-ltsmr returned to her schui3l uMies sit ,4sulaui3 this m5r3'uing. FROM ANACONDA, 1atnlitan, April 21.---MSr. mil Mrs. lam Weiss of Anaessislms are lit the Mr W'eIa3is is n -the bleak it the or sit Main untis M$533r3n3 streets, a lrui li,- Viailley clothing st its-. Annual Meeting. g1anne meeting of the stock of the Grass Valley French will be held at Cyr'a place, isy, A2nciday, May 2, 1910, p, W., tor the election of , * epingpar sit A9y1 Aa ftR, Becretary. LEGAL NOTICES. Order to Show Cause Why Order of Sale of Real Estate Should Not Be Made. In thle ditriicit eiourt of till milrth .)it dIit t i trtet or the stifi e tr .108. iinn. In id floi til i.iii . of Mi1 In it(. lnii I.tr .i tIll.- ~ otts of ii i iii i' I yi. , deioll. Tll. illin Inllii i st t lusi theliti it I Notice to Contrator .. i wnco flin'4 t t' thne1, (I 'el seur , *.r ,it . Iy i of hit. lit itio4n Ith, 1 1 luirniing it. r sonit or 'rt' o tlvire, o Kilit rtn1 itn it itat i of i iaii . ,-I II t fut or iii h i ir pt ses ht eri.-i. n sfet forthI it iS thlereforel or'ii-rl. , 11- 111, Juige oA stil tllid t, miit ifll pr-ns rintet Iis- bti ii thi if ii hit Ic ct ii N .d apipr iettr' the wrsutit lnd wit m in cisy, th,' :ld ,tny or Masy, 191', it n'hi. itt y the iftiitI .er n of 'alit t Igh', Iit the coiutromi of 'ait eclat. at the court uf.". in A. isntitAn, (o nty ' r .11i- - xoilin, to show vnuse attil no ii ader should1 not hl. grnntel to th" sal. t1i mn itlnxritor fto sell no uniuh of ft., "'"11 ixtifte or the sailtl effse~iie is shill b." neonxua ry. And thit it enpv of thil orsh~r he pubhlixherd st denst fair une.', osnive wlelkx I in n n%%mwspperI print-.d (r111 pnhlished in suni Mlxinol'I naunty, 1)1t1,4 April 19, 1910t. .1 M11ILII1 NMITH.ll (Jugela of thl. First Judciviil dlitr1o,, Judite ureshilar.K it th.' t'** utst of Hon. M' C. Webster, im.111 of shid Vmurth .htadieinl dhxtrtet. Notice to Contractors. Healed bhhts or pt spmunin will he re relved by the pit;' ' Jerk -for fs it#-( y (if Minnoulai, Monthnd until u o1'eloek is m., of Max loth, 19110, for the 'onstrue tiotn of ranerete. sidlwwlks, enatcrete street ,rmixings, eonerfte ,inrhM. vn Prrte 'ui v'rtx, Krnin411K Hud1 nainvd(m iaxing with erushedt took o'f 11venie. conotruethin of irlagntion taen, matking of parks, Pet., fIt Imnprovemefnt Ditstrlet No. 3, lOily ivenue., in Ithe city of Minnouin, ,l ontman, The emitrietor to frnt'nsh O1 kthor said mater~thil ror the anatrxu'ntion ind mitnpintonh of the ina. nd i nefordnner' with the puttna nd specificationx for the $11n11, on flipe o the 'drier or till c'ity engineer. A certifie'd cheek of lit per trout of the' bid on Is Minnouli bank or a New York draft will be requmired with ('(11h The oily eonnell reservex the right to reut mny of all Willi. W1. A. WIGRAN, ('fty Clerk. Notice to Contractors. Seniled bils or proposals will I'i' r.' ceived by the city clerk of the city of MIisanoths. Montamna, u 1til Ii o'clock p. mn. or May 9, 1910, for the collntruction of conerete sito'waiks, encrerte street lronsings, concrete curbs. onncrete cut verts, grading of street, c'nstruction of irrigation taps, with p ite conn0c tions, looking of parks. etc., in Inp proi'vem-nt District No, 5, I Ioplur strlrlt, ill the city of MimsouIl. Montanll 'rile contractor to furnish all inhor and Inn teritl for the construction and coii- I plet in of the 511ne, it. accllrdaine with the plal andl Specifintilnns for the stome on file lin the ufflce of the city engineer. A certifiled check of 10 per cent of the 1lt1 on it MiMMnnia Wink or it New York draft will be required with each Thile city connlil reservyls the right to reject any 1'r all iids. W. A. Lti(IAN, City Clark. Notice of Annual Meeting of the Stock holders of the Kennedy Greek Coal £ Coke Company. Putrsunnt to the requirem-nents of the hylaws of the Ke-lnehly t'reek itlal & yonke company, the mannual meetinlg of tNlt, stockholders will ie lonvenlol at the offile of atil hall & e tiff, It Stil Nntionnl hIank buillditg, MissAlrln. Mont., Monday, the Kith tiny of May, 19141, at 2 t. cluck if. in. for tiht pulr Anse if elec"titg fire directors to s, rv'e for the ensuing year, and until their 4uclsslrs sh. lt hevieted and quall fled: usnd fur the truanaacionl tt sunch lith blusi Il'Il a I aly properly Iii brought to the i 111etit n of 1 sod mee1 t'ting. I)AVIS leiAIIA' , Pres. Atteast: VitANK Tilt)MAN, Secretary. 4-10--5-16. Notice to Bidders. Sealed bid' wt ill IA rIt ll l ( y the city clerk of h' e 1111 y of MInigs u1, Moni.unn, untl 5 o'clotk I tn. of M1av 9, 191. i ll, that certain fri',,ii building 14)1)14 d l ll) loti ti and )12 11 41' 11 23, 1111W, ink' i.)iltl)11 (' o the2 . Iy lot' 111s soula, A t-ertified checkt for the amount hidt Itlrist wllIiig, puny 23eh8 2. liiliding 111111t Ie remloved fra1in thlt pr'iriso' before June 1, 1910. TIhe oity entanell reser'tvl' the right to reject ai ly titl ii1 2is. W A. I'. IAN, 3 'ty Clerk. Offit-i of The li ii Ilir Mining com pany, Ltd , :ulte1.5 Mont , March1 f '. 1:1 1 % . Nut.etI in hereby glu' n that there is now del~inquint onl the foloinwingi dlesc'ribed stock, rts necoment if tn its nllm oan t of e iv Hillis po, r share, levied January I 8. 191. 5ha 1111 nts Net oppnsite the titnos (If tihe 14Sr - potive (11to1 '. 1hold4e11I, as fo 7low , 5 to 37wi l lull, Mary I ulnl Ie 517 01111 I25 1 ' Brown1ingI Wi38 d 2 1 2)001 41)1.1 Ditxon, 1leiu'hard 316) Gun 2 til )lxoni . will hard 31) l t.o 2 G41 ethrry, Anna 1I 5, 12)113. ln t 75110 l'ailt Jiac. s 271 1,310 6 Slt oore tieoers 48f Ptom 4 59 Holl' ndl r, Aug (i" I) 1 0 '11 2 I Alllle2de, Aug1 (1 ll _ 6)10 2 Gi) Hail, .teil. n . . 9 75 1 x0 Hull. A vII 351 1 1.11) It'll, 1 HNuiltin, II h1eb 31gl tin i 31 K e 1141(111 rIr, eIlt ) li t491 I ', t' l125.11 pulittiel M ayl . 497 11, 730 ti 371)3 94aIl tlue, M uai t.e 1 7 10,o00 Il ill Luron~1. .lt ''r e tl . 3 1' 2:,u1)0 1. Go Normnat, to 1' . 349 Gun G 0 hngerr 11 : 1111 * 110 1-1 311 51wauns"n, t all 51 1' 11( 7,7,10 37 311 Wright, 1"due. ,1 331 10ll .61) ma 1l in e1ompliiar I lund 5,1111111111') wilslth iv, so many shnros 11f each parcel ' 11 s ol stoc'k ;is may he 0 n'ews Nary, w il l be' 111 i n front of the post loffce l it S ilt,'s,' Missottla counlty, Stoiltan~a, 1 .1pri L 1910, at 7:311 n1elo,"k p, ill lof sal,! day, to pity thet (10,11111u.1it 11,0t thereon, together wdill cost of advtertising usnd expenses of sale. t' 1I. Itii al.1, 5 'ctretary. l'atltse, :lMontanlat Notice of Postponement. Natit ie is hernby 1)1l01 t hat 119 till,') 11111 rosolution ~f the b~oar(1 of three tMrs tiht above salt- lit. boon 1Josl-tpo' ' to April , 1910 at ti1t, dills ilour Ile, place. 1' lI. hll lJ.. Sec. ito, lia .It iling Co. 1, imite0 d, c1:it,"se. Mont Notice of Postponement. Notice in hereby glven that by ilr' delr and resolution of the boailr( o" 111 1rectors tihe above sale has been1 pol potted to May 4th, 19110, at tilt 00111 hour and place, Dated April 201th S I 1'1:1t1.1, St' y. Tien Ifu1 Mitnling ('o , Isla itl,. S altese, Mont. LEGAL NOTICES, Notice of Amended Appiloation Por a United States Patent. (Nerial No. 0728.) Notice lI heir'hy given that in pur uilnnee of tlh' nit of congress aipprovecl May 0. 1]x72, "'To promote the flc'velop meat of lhie mining resoeire'o of the tniitel Htatet."' John M MiMI liin, claimlcg 31106 norec of file K1<lieieltyke i'lie'r Mlining 'iiimi, ecntaliniig a etc posit of iiritreeorme neilt coid gravels, lying, uhing woil Hiluatl in I'iileur c rick (tinorginiaed) inrieing ditriitrct, Miiceoula county, .litati' of Montirlii, tihed f1icecli aeeppicilieion to hlii I'niil Stite'e for a patent for the ut'hd mitiing clnii. which Ic moae fully deeee'rihed ns to ite'is acni hieiiilec by the offirial piut usnd fluid nolte, thereof noew file it the office of the regiceter if the' district 'f lands iubjeit tI iilei ut Mli isiiii, Montana, w'ic'h field unt esN of survey Ii icci rfie (lie boindariies and exlent of sTle cliill if tlie l (ifuie, with magnetic variation ill 21 degrees aflt 45 minute,. ea,.t, in follows. iwilt: Itegriining at leor. Ni I. from which 11. H. I.. AM. No.o 71:13 isltablishted for surveys in T. 15 N. It 26 W. hear,. N. 47 Deg. 27 Min. K 6159.8 felt, and runnilng thle'ee N 64 tDeg. 25 Min. K 2:108 feet to ('cr No. 2; thence N. 36 Deg. 29 Miin. K. 191111 feet to Cafr. No 3: thene' N. rt Dug. 111 Mifi. " 901i feet to t'er No. 4, thliee N. 74 Deg. 24 Min. . twill feet tie (7oe. Ne. f: thence N. 67 leeg. 25 Min K 592 feet to Ceor. No. a; thencee N 22 D)eg 36 Min. VW. 419.5 fent let Ior. Ne. 7: themic" H. 44 1leg 28 Min. W 6e8 fecef fte f'er. No. 9; thenee N. 77 lhug. 48 Min W. 1022.1 feet to ('r. No. I; tlte'ie H. GSL leg. 28 Min. W. 1014.8 feet to t:er. No. 10; thence H. 36 De-K. 32 Alin. W. 1.971.6 feet lto (er. Nec 11 tlifhe'e'e H. 1'3 D)eg 40 Mlfi. W. 2,257.11 feet to 'cr. No. 12: tlhence . 41 1eg. ii0 Min. I. 217 feet ti 'or. No. 1, tile pluee or ne'gitning, and containing tiln area of 311.06 a're', being the net area for which patent is appiled for. The seicl mining claim being of rec ord in the off1e of tiep rec'reler of Minouila eounty . Mlotitinei, In Hook R of Mining Len'tions at page fite, and am ended decriratory tatfment therenf being of record lin eild recorder's of flee lie Rook Y of Mining Locations at page 170. Hail rmining claim Is situnted In un surveyed T. 10 N. it. 24 W. and In designated aN Amendeud Survey No. 7133. Tie' adJoining cleimn are the Hope' ful Planer Hur. No. 7276 on thee north east and the (lilden Treaiure Plae'er Bur. No. 7135 een the southwest. There are no conflicting c'Iinie. Any and all per'nns claimig adversely the mining ground, or any portion thereof ioe descrheed, surveyed, platted and applied for are hereby notified that unele' their adve'rse claims are duly filer)l as 'cecding to lac, and the regulf lolie Iheeunder, within aii days fromf cInt here'', with the register of the Ulcited Stat'e land ofitle tit Misnoune. Moft . will be ir red Ii virtue of the provisions of sai) statute. DANIICL ARMS. Register. No. 198I4. N OTiON (1 fil' IIAN(1' (OF* lit01ND- I nrlle Hovtw'een the Kli~spell and lissouln 1.Unnd Itistricts in thel tMhnto of Montana. Notl'e IN hert'hy given that the president or Ihan Iniited state" hus. In accor~dance wit'h the provi tmlns of thaoio 2,213 oIf the Rovised Httuteto (ifte (10'nitedl MStuts, andl by virtu ' of the ,,thmrity Itherein give,, iirnl'riv that tmnwn1shitps twetnty-Itc, ta*'lty three, n twoenty-four north. rainglesI twe'nty-sonr natli twelnty rive west, it, the slint( of Monttanau, he I-tht-14lle from, the Atis suuIn tnut dlst let still it tached ill unit mud~e It purl of the Ku1nMpell innel distriet. soul the unst bless 1111It arhiveN p(.r tninig . to the, motils In fihe oldd townuhlips h. trants ferr".d f'ronl the lsand ofrice at A1Missonin to the Innd iff'ice of Knilnsplll. The chantge of hounidurios abovl, indictedl will take t'ffett- iG Mtowiday. May '1 I9141, Mill the register will rleevylvr of the hind otffie at A1Misonin. Mont., will trarianet till hu1siness p(.rtnitsing to the futsMI inlud"ned within th." n1hove-dleso Ihm",t townships after 91ut arriny, April 30, 111i41 f ilven under sny ilntd fit th111 oily of Wasihington, Uistriet or tiolnbinhi, this swrond Any of March, A. Ii., 11110 1*'red Delao114th eonnuissioner of the generaul lit ul officel Notice of Forfeiture. Oemlrge It Whiwatiey. Richard WVhentley and Philip Iunmilton, their lielt' or usnians: You are hereby un tified thast we, In thll year of our loord, 19000 expenuled (hl, sun, of three hun droll dollars (93110) Inl labor usl lot proventents ,upn the ('upper ('akin No. 1. No 2 aunt No 3, situated bin Mtdl nont werik. ahout five milles from Liith rep, MAtut., litn n unnrgannized mtining dist~rlt't. AiMinemala l'untyI, state If Moun tlun, hl'ing the nintount retlured to hoeld Maud mining einlans for the year, Lviz, 1:10!, and if within 110 days orb'r the pubhiletion of this unotice you fall 'to eontrilute your pomtlon, which Is (1lorgl' W\hlatiley, oral, quarlor intlerest, ,or M1-v'nty rive dollars I$79): itiehardt Whouttley, one-eighth interest. or thir' ty-MOeve dnliurs nuld fifty vents ($37.41): 11slilip H~milton, one-eighth interlest, or thirty M'even dulhnrs and fifty cants ($37..01, fit' (he year abhove ttatedI, 11109, your inlterest In (he above~ chnline will b1ecomne tilt property of ,mols .\ lltl lit11k mull W. .1. t Icrrrty, dladr seetin'.1I 231~f the revised stat sutes11 of the faited tStates W. J. Gll":titlTY. Notice to Contractors. 91,":1-1 11111 I rI 1,1111osIIM t ill h ' 'r" 1.1ilvtl 1\ 11e l'IIV telte 1rk 111 alt\' '.t o M iss- 11a, .10.1,1111. 1111111 u 1 'clo Ik 1 III. 'f M ayl i. I1I'1. IMr III. ont ruciý t ion1 1\ t'r, gradting IuIlle 1ell iniednlzin5 %%illi ertisllt l rorl1 411 II'* fi ," tUnis n tll' 1 1.1 ..r Irrigti.on 41'1 . 1',Iking ofr pa1rls, atc , in n l 'pr' Inl1"11t I1l0 rilt N il 1, 19t iv\ aientle, III III( Iity 'If \(ltan ila.l 1M l itlan t 'Ih" ,''lo futs 1- r I, ftlilrli'h all 1111'0 11. IliatI'rlh l ('I tile Cals ftr l l o tl"l :11' 01 t'1..' . o f . 11, i. sailtute Ill 111-r fuil inr' %l til (11<* pli'IS 2111s spelf.'l' Ieltloi'n I'''I thw ,,Ina' mt ll . tal (Ill '11'1- "i t' o t 1- ,it:. , ngine-r, \ e1-rtih l' Idi ell fur 10 per cntt Ill tit, hil ,it "I Missoula (1,111 or it Newt 1'"ik draft tril1 h.' rpi''tlred w~ith teach 1,11 t1. I' '. '' ,I i . r1 all hits \\' A 11).:\ N, l'lty I 10Fk. Notice of Stockholders' Meeting, Nnti,- it her-1by gives tlhal tiht 1",' ular' animall m tin-1g of thill- kuler of t "e llon 1111? Millitng lonnpullny, 1.t' , t !I h ' Wh' i, It Naltlse, 1I,1t .,i art tit, 9t 1 .(.si " I .\ p ill, 1:11, , lit ' ..1 1 t' ' I f r ith. nt,11nIg your Will for (1he transalwilan or such other hullnness 111 111.17 properly eomae before themet 1P, Ii. IBELL, Secretary, liens slut' .lining ('o, Ltd. Saitese, Monlt., April il6, 1910. The relaubilcans of Mtielhgan will 1:111" ill (.anning, .\pril 17, I'm* the aa 11t11 runtvrntion Wtf thll republ11iV:1n .t all lealgue. Professional Directory DR. E. H. FREEZE Ph)siolan and Surgeon Special attention to dIiet of women. Suite 47 Higgins Block, Third Floor. Office Telephone 417; Residene Tele. phone 565 Red. Missoula. ALBERT BESANCON Attorney-at-Law (leneral Taw Practice, Itate and Federal Courts and Li. S. Lted Office First National Bank Block. L. C. BOLTON Attorney-at*Law Room 1, Dunean and Dixon bilding I'rartler In tl l court,. Phone tog. R. H. McKAY, Photographer Irbi s l'm ig ami riuo mnting fur ati .ni I mtmum ("mimi 4'' ilggine 111k Phonellu DR. CHARLES L. SMITH Dentist Hours S a. m. to 5 p. m. Mvenings by appointment. Phones: office. 529; Rtes. 568 red. Hammond block. Rooms 13-33, Third floor. DR. S. D. WHITING Physician and Surgeon Oculist Special Attention to Retraction and Dlseaume of the Eye. 213 East Spruce St. Phone 3. Can eo Found Day or Night MISSOULA COUNTY ABSTRACT CO. Abstracts of Title '1'hr mmllmt mbmtrlult company In wetl ern ,Montann; mmmkme rillalm Imbat mnmml$ of tltlo to ill reel m mstate In M 1inmomlmm mounty. Ihirmt Nftlonu t t.nk l umlming, room 6, thirst floor. Phone 216. SOCIETY DIRECTORY. WOOODMEN OF THE WORLD, CAMP NO. 79. meets every second and fourth Thursday of each month, Odd Fellows' hall annex. J. E. ABBEY, 0. C. R. R. WILBUR. Clerk. UNIVERSITY CITY HIVE NO. fl, LADIES OF THIC MACCABEES meets second and fourth Thursdays of each month at 2:30 p. m. In Odd Fel lows annex hall. MRS. PHll KHE KENDALL, L. C. MRS. H. B. MURRAY, R. K., 419 Alder street. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. L.AURCL LODGE NO. I1-Meets every Wednes (lay evening at Eagle-s hall at 9 o'clock H. T ICAMTRIIDOE. C. C. L. H VAN PATTEN. K. of R. & S. KNIGHTS OF COLUMIIUS. MIS. SOULA COUNCIl. NO. 1021, meets in Odd Fellows' hall first and third Thursday evening each month. W. L. KELI.EY. Grand Knight. CHARLES l 1 AWBON, Fin. Bet. F HA T NR NAT, IBOTIWRIIOOD. M ISOt IILA LODGE1 NO. 219-Meet. every first and third Wednesday of each month at 1. O. O. F. hall annex. MYRON L. CIJllRCHII.iA, President MRS. M. PALSOROVK, Treas. MiSSOtUL.A I.OT1FG NO. 7. SCAN DINAVIAN RITOTHIIIRHOOD . OF. I AMIRI('A, weets every seen d and fourth Tuesday evening at Odq, ei lows' annex. ('HIAJI A. MADEEN. Ereq, A. O. itNI1l), P0-.'. MIHI4OtII.A AEtllrt NO 32. F. O. E.. meets first and third Tuesdays if ench nteeenh at 7:30 p. in., at Nsntles' hall, West Main. if. I ITAY Yit1. W. Pros. JAMES A. IRAKEIi, 0ce. Wle:H'IKitN SilN CHAPTER IWO. It. 1R. A. M., meets first and third Fri days of each month in Masonic 't'emple. E. It. PAYNE. If. P. 14. II. MUALL, Sec. MISHOULA L)DfII NO. i 1:A. F. & A. M -Meets first !il third Tuesdays, reegular meetings. ieIlelitTr MHIJIC.Y, 1t, AI A. J. ill IT'i'ENNTNI4T1IN, Sec. SC'IllI.I.M':t III 1411 NU~. 4, SONS U1 IIIIM 11ANN - AlMcts in i'agles' hall firs. ane thiird $eliday of eatel tionth at A 'eclock 1). nt D) lid )IiitAMNIt, President . W. KU('iAI, Secret:try. 13AtITKINIBCItS UNION, 1.4It'AI. NO. 817 .Moets seoind Tu'I'esday at 7 p. tn. and fourth Tuesdaly at 2 p. iii. of each niiith in Eaglesi hall. c Ide eNU NII tlY, President. JOHN A. FRANCIS, Secretary. MISSIIt'LA ('AMY NO. 53J4 At . WV. A.- -itiegui'tr ceetings first and third ietrt ietintyt t e V. le.; fcrest ers' drill ~11ee4-1111 and fourth 'T'hursdays, 8 p. nt. A. IISANCON. ('unsut. PIfNItY IiLAKKLY, Clerk. 126 West eront St UNITiCED ARTISANS, meets every I first and third Tueaday at Odd Jei. lows' hall annex at 9:30 p. m. H J. WIGHTMAN, M. A. S. L. DUNIdAM. Sec. L. P. 0. E., HELL GAT:I LODGE No. 383-Meets on second and fourth Tuesdays tf each month in Masonic temtple. JOHN It. DAILY, N. R. A. J. VIOLETT'. Sec. MI1I)it(N Lil(til1t11(eteOOl OF A ceitt 'A. llitersity (*ty Leetge No. 139I .1---1ets it Udei bellows hill acic and tcd fourth Tuesday nights cf each month at 8 oeclock. A itMSTEI) MACE. I res. J.cAtlIS I. WALLACI. Sec. It\'.\1. \ tttII ill.ANDIclit IKV iIt. ftill:i:N t \H.I.E Not. 213 not .( first oul Ithir I'lttursdty tdd Fiuclwcs' Annex hall, OSV'Alt MAI)1OX, I. P. 1'. P KIIN. Sec. Notice to Contractors. ctaltci hies \c ttl he reeceivl eby the tity 'ecrkl of the eitf (f' .Missotlt,. t11oi tana, eittil e .e'lck I,. Iii tf Mttv 9, 191, fur city l iv tlttitik anal eo bc ee tttt"ctcr fic r te ic y tirl ie 1910, Ill ,tcctrdi Ice It ith tlic. sclecifeitetiocts ~n file lie the ic ect 1I tle city cnginil.. \ t c I ctt. ct 'ied, \tt11i essotillt bank "r at Noew fork draft I'111 $5100 ucn-t ie cin nitct ech hilc ill.. itst he 1t the cittis I- . hle ia tIi . .Il ... ""t the cIte ce ...I"c 'I'lel It) cltntielt r.scret s Ic t right I t Jct ,trey cI ill bids. W A LiOUAN, City Clerk. Bids Wanted. Itit.s \t ill he reee ived tee 31ci I. 1 1:tle the c~ nstructtioi 11' Jltc att ieiht toe the re eel f 1 -114 West tcetltr sf1t It. talls fil,[ld !c ll e tic ns co he s,"11 at lot 55'rrt .11ail stretet, Itielt I- r te, s rt' ell t to relent antell eel' ket. 'l.iiieii ll BE EF, FORK VEAL MUTTON . '1 POINT OUT THE CUT YOU WANT n l it 1 yours. h1'e" ht ve nti s ap elk - ly cholcer c t- rvsvriml fear pntrtiminr cumtow Trs. All mne nwats are (hoil, and we treat %veri I'e'dly alike at this market 4o sdlia stay away tbeause your in I pfrrchiases are maIll. WV take na much! pleasiure in serving the rsmall haver na the hig one. Mniyhe your family will he large smsn clay. Central Market KOOPMANN & WISSBROD. Hotel Opening ' Buffalo Park Hotel OF RAVALLI is now open unler new manaKe inent. 1 .peciii attlenfltio will le paid it3 travIli2!g puflif. 'i'horufigh ly renovatld anel refrtiisMIi f1an1 tip to dlate. 1ine ounIiltfin scenery and trout fishing. MARK & SON, Proprietors. Value Increasing Day by Day WVe are adding s. l rthellvr, to our isIt in Mis illa at the rate of 250 A MONTH Thus iliving ItJ II Service a con stuntlly Ii n I111g value. Ask liti Ie nta ger alhut the 9 rei sinaIdible rats and fli h lest service on earth. Missoula Trust and Security Bank Missoula, Montana. Ai'ITAL .............$100,000.00 Officers. I. M Ki'ITHI. . ........President (c. 'I'. 'l'iýil0ii11i. Vice President A, It JAttiM .. .....- ..............Cashier it. C. UIDDIN:S .........Asst. Cashier Directors. J. M. Keith, T. L. Greenough, J. R Dally, U. T. Mct ullough, P. J. Kline, A. It JacohI, Kaanen Ross. We Pay 3 Per Cent er Annum On Savings Deposits. WESTERN MONTANA NATIONAL BANK Missoula, Mont. UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY CA P IiA I,... ...............5200,000.00 SURPLUSFUND .................. 50,000.00 G. A. WOLF - ...................President JNO. C. Lli'I1401....... Vice President J. H. T. RYMAN ................. _..Caahier Director. Perdinand Kennett, M: A. Fish, G. A Wolf. John C. Lehsnu, J. II. T. Ryman A General Banking Business Transacted Northwestern Abstract and Title Insurance Company Furnishes correct and complete ab* stracts of title to all city and couety property. Estimates on abstracts fur. nished on application. 104 Main St. F'one 147 Red Montana Abstract and Guaranty Co. WILL CAVE, Manager 128 West Cedar Street Fifteen years' experience with Mis soula county records. Abstracts guaranteed. Phones: Office. 21; rest. dence, 415 Black. Olson & Johnson CONTRACTORS. HEBRON FIRE AND PRESSED BRICK, WESTERN STATES AND K. C. CEMENTS always on hand. Estimates furnished in Structural Iron and Steel, Oak, Birch, Walnut and Mahogany Interior finlph. Burglar proof window tastegers. Phone 628. Office 127 W. Main St. Missoula, flontana. Flathead Stage and Express Line CHAR' ES ALLARD, PROP. Daily service between Raveall and Poison. Lenve RavalU 6 a. m., connecting with steamer for Kalispell. ThBitter Root Valley A Pacific Slope Land Famed for Its Perfect Fruit and Its, Great Profits The Valley of Opportunity A single acre of lanf( In this valley has been known to produce a net profit of over 41,800 in one year; ;500 annual net profit from an acre of land is a common event. Crops never fail, fruit pests are unheard of and fatal diseases among stock, hgs. and poultry are unknown. Water fob Irrigating purposes in accessible and In& hanstible quantities. The beautiful mountain scenery, an abundance of pu4 water, healthful mountain air, nurivaled elimate, good means of transportation, convenience to markets, good schools, close proximity to state university, and th( lowest cost of living all combine to, make this locality thentost Ideal place for a home in thie great northwest. Write for free Illustrated booklet. Bitter Root Valley Irrigation Company HAMILITON, MONTANA 'YOU CAN'T LOSE hOn aaivu int l you bomy in M1wntonu if you are careful a1n1 get gool land. W\'e are selling goodl la ol. landt that is in the b(es5 part Cof the famii.,us Bitter lI'oot ýiilliy, the milst fertile valley of all .11on t 11.. \\'e Wall nt i tke youl over (o Hamiltlilonl a1d show you lioW Jieulile aat0 litaliing IWiee tilP 1110110 011 (01 or tWeitly acres of this lanaI that volt are mealking working for wages. We onliy ask one-fourth of the price in cash and give you tet years to utay the l~aml~ajce. \Yeecata yuon Isat thlese termas. 1At 11) 'UN ItALY ESTATE--llTTEIt HOOT LANI)N Welch, Harrington & Co. III West Front St. SALES AGENTS Missoula, Moht. BIG BLACKFOOT LUMBER CO. IIONNEII, MONTANA The largest Manufacturers of Itough and Dressed Pine Lumber IN TILE WVEST Mills at IH ouier, tI. IRegis and Ilamiilon, with an An niual Production of One )II uiired and Sixty Milliiion Feet. Conmplete factories for the manufacture of Box Mhooks, Flash, 1i.ors, Molding puad all kinds of Interior Finish. Estimates Furnished From Plans Largest stihk of seasoned timber alwfays on 1111d for the prompt filling; of orders for the c(ola nercial trade. Write for price list. Vetail yards in Biutte, Helena and Missoula, dealing in Lila ner, Mill W ork, lath, Coul, lime, Building Paper, etc. Big Blackfoot Lumber Co. HBONNE1t, MONTANA. Charles H. Marsh EMBALMER, FUNERAL DIRECTOR Pvqinpt attention to all call., day or night. Private anbulaaicu 4acoao ne Wghouls, -Montan.. Ottice phone. 841. Restatase pb6n,. 38M black.