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The Best Real Estite Offer Ever Made
That is saying a good deal, but we are prepared to back it up with forceful facts and figures. We can show you that there is no greater value offered in the real estate market than Daly's ddition Lots at $125 Two important points in this connection will convince you that we are right, and that a good many other people agree with us. Point No. 1 * Point No. 2 The direction of the growth of Missoula has been southwest. Look at the map and Tho growth which has already taken place is but an indication of the further growit see. In two years the advance line of homes has moved across Daly's addition, entirely which is coming. The development of this season an'd of next season will be toward Daly's flanking other property which has been much longer on the market. In Daly's addition, addition. If you lacked the foresight to buy Daly's addition property a year ago or two two years ago, there was hardly a house. Now there are more than 200 dwellings within years ago, it is not too late for you to make a good investment now. This property will be its boundaries. There were more than 100 houses built there last season and there are come more valuable all the time. - The trustees of the school district have pur~chased an en houses being built there now. The addition is growing rapidly. It is growing substan- tire block of ground in Daly's addition and in a very short time there will be a school build tlally. It Is becoming a section of homes. There are scores of gardens being made there ing there. The trustees are planning to move the old Orchard Homes school to Daly's ad this month. Where houses were built last summer, there are trees being planted and dition, to serve as a temporary building. We predict that, within a year, there will be more many other improvenlents are being made. It is worth your while to go out to Daly's pupils here than there were in Orchard Homes when the new Hawthorne school was built. addition and look over the place.. Even if you were familiar with it a year ago, you will Daly's addition is certain to grow in population. It has city water, electric lights, electric find It strange now; there have been some great changes there. From the bare prairie, car service, telephones and all the conveniences and advantages of the heart of the city. the region has been transformed into a settled district. The expansion of Missoula is Surely, property like this will increase in value. The point is-it is not too late now to toward and through Daly's addition. That is a point to remember. invest here for profit. We have 80 lots left in Jaly's Ad4ition; the price is ' 125. Good location. -:- Reasonable prices. -:- Easy terms. SOOUTH MI$SOULA LAND COMPANY FRANK P. KEITH, Secretary, 103 Higgins Avenue I1 MANY TELEGRAMS FROM MONTANA PROJESI AGAINSI REIlPROCIJY Farmers and Sieepmen of the Treasure State Are Emphatic, in Their Messages to Senator Myers and Congressman Pray-Want Action on Woolen Schedule Postponed. thu iii i 'll li i lli I 1,"P l ,"s1~ hli lt Ihiut4- ,1y liliji s lii (Ily thu lr IL "i IiuII tuItt iiiiUI ii 1,",1 rlt",i jull 1 ii i til j ito IMP tti i lir~iii ditluu Ii' liii'n Il '~it ihthii I i. I 1111:,iiiiiiii di ,li it ~''t , lb g t .I(I3 ii.ill~ t ii i tu t'll I, i I, Ii iutlt li fliii i~tI si 'h l ilt 1111-V Pa s.T h ilL ' t ill ll+"I In l L b grntlii 1't luth t 0 ~r"I' tit imiuu I tt ilt tri n, .old uti I.1 I'r,,1' 11 VPrtn id I'rl 111115 I Io t PI'i(ttar y ifth Bjity, .11U" Iijiis I i ~t g to ( Io hp : 1 up '.11 dii l~rits I llti L t r ti I". A iipup, u ~ I.. 114:1 leiii-1',. 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I1 ia lh go, x t., "h.,tt 111. it i 111, ha 11 to 111 110' 1 o... l' ur luinlalisers' obl, tim, 11'1 4 r,",1w lii'' l u ill, sa 5 ,u for k,",'Iing th" ba !u, 't .1 ti glh v, il)thigh4 ,",1,,1 1 nv dIo ar I. A lth'ilgh, 1, % h, III hil 1 ll of sulphur 1111, 4111-.1 illcr,"d 1" at., liai W d L1-hiutred I'r'l hint h: r 11 0.0i 0 la n lor, efe tiie ax a ~'.Ilp t1nie ind till uor r," stor1'r, \ull~tiils whl' one 11t1' i ttic m alit or gets f.ulid or lgr,<\, in-t**mi1 of is~ ill,: 11 thw gar,, 1 or g 1scrt f h,'rbs and tilakn;* A,- "Iva" ' orers lle, we simply go I to la' 1,'1'~-t 11n 01Vr ando n-k for It Mb,:', , f Wi'1.11' $:14. :nt Sulphuir. 'Il ,' t:ro , 1ra ion iv .0101 ly all1 le",Ilin; ii ag ht flit.W 791 ,nis and A1 it h~ot11, or lit dired,' by Ithe NV otht ('lit-lit RI, l many Ti ('nrtlhmnat St., New York Ca,pupn revelii4of lari,'n - 111 w l u~1 letu 1111t tlw -d 1 b~y .111s '111. I rug I'll HADLEY SIGNS BILL. ,11'11, I an 11 'iti, .110,, A pril I T ille I 110 ,,Ili, t1 1; 1 ' l, x 1 '1 1:1,1ta ti ,- l l.s8 ,xiuut1f" isntsm I.) sIIn , 1111 ~n t Iavent lUndle.1 toddy. t he liew law% Niti I1," )lilt illn opexatio i1 icase, the $1tat0 lose$ tithe 2-1'0n ra1to 1',e nulo lo Iliingg I.0 1'011" the slupreme1II :o r "111' i the Untiti'd Stut :tis, REGULATIONS Of the Montana State Board of Hor tioulture. Itigu latiion 1. 'Thoe torn( inurs'ry Mock is conustrue'd to 1111'01 1lid inrclude fruit, 8ut1 e and ltl'hltll entll l Irtes (di' cidllullN or evergreen), shrubs, vines, plants, rooNs, biuls, slons, cuttings or other portionsi If plalits or shrubs or tr'ls designated to be replanted t it r lliaiti for ili, e or commercial use. 'xl'l lit i 11110 1 hlatssed 01 1 gr'' nh' us' pilallts to ii grown und11itl' glass.i IthaII i'i ion Y. It h11101 he the di ity of il'1 51th ip (' I ti r 11113e' rii ill' villg Instil'l0 iof ihe jrlili ii lr any i'urt' ry I to k 11 to ilunsineduttey have th10 stye inspectled or funlrigulted, sand Ile shall, if he finds. alitte ' hisi etil , 1 011d niir'll ry stoil fr'et 1.1(,11 mIly and all dis81s1s, Wlacl his rif'll liii', ui11,11 each and i very pilck u1e 1 ho11 n11g (hit the 1 a1 l T'l1 hr Jily sloeck has 11111 inspected or funigated, giving the 111111(11 f'I t"ill Inspector, the diiae 11l ilspection 1lati plae; but if tlii s id li'. m' ery 811'1 k he l o' nd to 1111 i lfiicted li' th i ay of tli diml e I sli or 11n01(10 injurious tip orehards um pre scribed iiy t'ie hourd or horticul ture, 0th1. 1' 111'i'i' Sul, Josl I1ale Wioolly Aphis or Its 111 Knoti the stid disat181 slith li it' b properly treated. but if ti 1 .11id IIarns1ry stock ho 1111 11 to h1 il 111111 w nith iH1n Jose 1al', 1.5olly Aphis. lyp 1y . 1111 or iri wn a'1'1(l Mot. 111 21 l Kilo' or ('r410011 i' 1111, thei n 1h1l iii 111 11t s1 Il tili st l 'iy tit li ol that stock as 4 'iii 11111 r lr lostell, by IlIn'ilng, together l ith till wralpping 111111 11acking, and .1 ,il l 81 ''i i cli rti -i Illt I to the shipper 18 1' lwnel' 0hoil Oing fittin0 for tlosl' 11 p1 utim, pr' llidlld, 1t1h the li'I'lllr, shipper or ills1 iiii'a.n hlalge (11 i0 01011 appl,' lits herI'ilil t.'r ' l'11 t1l' Il, lt ith't' ii 1 hoi rs t ' 11ter the sti ck IIJis 11 1(en aldensiwed us11l 1101 111(.1.1(f Itt' n to tllt' l1t it1', hi'ei11t1' iftl'ntit i tl charge by the i lsplct'lr. The 11y 1,e of coud("ainlulin (o rho owner. ý"1h1ip l' or person Inl charge 01iv"n by the III "pell'r 0 111 be IIl w'rithly and lie 11.r'toIallly Ho tel' d1 111(1 citlle l"1' t al 1ier, whlipp'r 1"1 p" I'san its charlge. It le' i1'1.5 11 .., 1( l'obu rg tit ally F cll S k.(ilt- ~ ilwgnor 011(11 bl by 111( lit-. :.p~t tar 11.00 diately ad~lsed by le tellil -i0 -elt) 0uch emunsgior 111 hIls a ldrebb, aOd\ bing '1' l (110 Ipe1to ll' Nel inu ;tatid in t i t '11 1 , 0 1 1 1 % 111 $~l r h ldl h1:101 thr111 d(ts w0ithin ",l hids to 1l'r fler al 0 11'11 1"l al 4 'roinall tr 1100'111'1. 1,!;l(n miltion ;1 An 011th al my he 11'"111iult the 11ecis (1 0l' ant i11ljifetu 11' th(' 01tate isoriclultrbi.o whihb alp. 1,,11 1114st b(" in w~riting "11(1 set f111ti 11lourly 1111 11, s u rltly till roasonl there for. 84101 1tp1 "11 most iii perfected 01'"1111 -'I ho1.rs after 111110 has bowl Kill It, as alone pro0:hbl. , to till 111%11r u1' ,mislgtor, laiiP000 or 11'1501 in lhlarge 1J1 the 111ar0try st111k that 011111 has b('en by ti(,11 1511'.1< 1" condemned, moltlc1d~11c lc 1nlupon, lit the 10lol10e 11 thv pl"r5uit plr focting the lHPisal, he latinedi.ately placed ill Ilt urantinell as d11ireltjd by thle slate hor'tioulturist until 1'11111 no0tionl and determol.ationl of the' uppeal. The stuck must he lit 1rw11 trun1uler~red by till inlspec'tu1 It, the stat, 1horticullt rist at his otffiel at the exilesse of the per ann appealing, hind 0:11e shiall lie by said horticulturist examindcc and con sidered lin paslii g judgment upon ap peal. 'I'l( decision of the liarticultlurist fin :1l1 such Ilt~ton~ti pr~esetve d fil ap peal $11:11 be flital laud concluislve, Ix crpt its tin-hi protiaded. An appeal mlay he: tuaken to the State board of hortilttllur upin filipig i ttritte i t4titi-, by t-e person aggrieved, w1ith the ht'rtltculturi-t, und Such appeal Ithall be considered i as hereitifter ifrni vided upon not t.,. than 3tiours Itauislhti/i 1 I hi- thie purpose I 't Ix peliting l(1t bisone.zs of the ittate board of hurtttiituri upon uppeils to the shauh board tI hoIti'cUltule, there Is htreiy created xltd tu tb*thshed rin coil Inectims wih s aid hoard, and canl posed of usnvinlwr~s thereof. IL coinnain slont ,it appeals to he composed of throe personls, (,ons sting 1f the president of the inurd oIf lihrth ltlure and the ieln hers frtri the 1Itturtl and Sevetnth hior ticulture at its 1ttst regular miii(Qng prescribeid in tlitti 11118 of the re i-Is1d : 1 t s iI 1s1t un,1( by othe int tp proved u ii arI i l 7. t t li . t iii stwh appeal tih dictiittltishl 4 rleluntundit'ons If taid cit ua- sIl- u t I'l app-I e ltcs shall be final anid I ohcapsitt; provided, howr tiir, that i t t ,i It I nt that f u ch oi- lls;in Is t t stttt hf.tt tory to thd owi t nr, i tall.r fir Z' 14 i v uees il- o i t - $to i, II' l t. 1 I.' It hurtiulturlis , hit inspector it tos t t' itnit the prelasce Is Ituestional, 41ny ,1111 of $11:1 enuinerl aolls plrsonis 111 111( it wrlittenl pet; 11n 4 iti th t tat bru:at h b iculturiist asking t rttlt I a ttt I 4'e d eois eryn of said it tnt ssio by I l' bio ard or hli - I-' ticulture I ' it its I -t regular ( ment1 tx, i-dl ts lat'- itthn tI the sta'e board of hurl wuillure '411r'om g., overruling or hut t't11'titg the Itet l Itit of such com its$itt' shall 1i' !tti t at thc Conclusive ,of the y1u/strol ",r 11,tatlio s prectitned. til gliuttiln t .\t I tr VU t CO t u co1 patiy tlli- Itlt s IIt if nursery stuck, he itp as t.l itt fittit d and datUrited q iu sect on li . 1:; 1f ill, revived elides, Its nu'neld11 b~y 14.1id nit I f March 7, 1011, unsu t 14,14 t11 1, of tile growier th rermit 11(4, 1Ilso il,11 11' of thu place where suwih st,11k I, , gl'trow . Iteglin~tllo 6. .\: nur$(ery stock, trc(44 111141, lit- .,i" cuttings or any 1 ,111 .Ilaviwal i'I ,t n brought ntut the stat"' 1( 1lnta ii, fore-t delivery to tin' 111('1,1.0 1, $1111 e unpacked fromt Ithw 114e,1. and~ if, - of baled or bur 1:laplwa sill,,,.,its . a' t coverings shall lit renovelcd ;1111 It -Ihall11 be iset inpet-(d at 111 1f t1 I .Il m ing points deas.g Intale as Iluua uatui tuta otion , v'iz.: 1\\thankIIX, ;:1 , "1. I i~11', Mtilea City, I lrsylll, Hiunles,. it ,Ingtl. 131g Timber, lai\ ingston, Hav.ens., Ldyin. Three "Iarks , Jewstw n l ln, (,(fut H*alls, Uillan, Amwac 44 I 111saouln. Victor, II:nmilton, 14;'41 I a.up, Thiompson, Mainiak, tilIsg~ . ak're, .Colunliblu Falls, Kalis.p1ll, I ';4and. Troy. All 111r1'1 ry t Ltrees, plants, 'inces 1 od '1uttisius hroub~t 1into Mpiltunn by .Illy tranaportati1, ..,11pally ghah be Inspected 1114( full' gated at tile point 1f deli very, pro% 111 11 saitd point of de livery shall1 be fine of the above desig ttuted1 Iuar1antinl .1:tions, belt if ally shipments shall he ntogll for delivery at tany other 1111nts 11 MltanagnV ley ((hal1 be inspected or ruInnigated at the quur" unti1ne station onI dill 1-je ,1f such. transportation compuny -next p,.eding1 ' neartitta tiill pitnlt Ati delivery to which they tre iilled. Rtegulation 7. All such nurn'ery sloth, plants, Itres, vines, cuttings, brought into the etate etal Monttni by 44:111n $1h1ll be inspected 111d treated at thi nearest tuarantntd station, as he'rel before m~entionled, to the poin~t where til alt nuIitry stwcl, trees,! lantt. anes itid cuttings enter the state. Thu itterfltate of the inslcittr mak ing sieI exi nilation and inspection atall oisneralt the llHipptr and cola sighet a roi aliy and all penalties pro thilei 11y law. Itigttautluit II. 1Iisiprtirs r w'litter If nur11511,y Stock, trees, vhine, plants mltd tuttingi, who shall daeire to have sutitit nursery sttck, trees, i1la itt, vInes aad auttings inspected and futangated at p ttlntN iit i oitalnta other than the regul1ar1 IIuarintine stations ºany have such Inspiect'lon and fulnigation l m1de at ay ninit delsignated by titcl Im pliter or otiner; provided, however, that $1t1h helptertir itt ti14ner shlttl pay alI IchargI'I of hinlpeoi~on 11111 funllga titil, ti all expeCIieh of the offen etiI 1ltyil in Snet- itspecatitn and futnl galitn, tuch charges uad expinses to be 1tit1 befire the cirtitfatn Is 5ranted. I1gitlatt:,n 9i. All Iisplcttirs are re 111 atil to witIhtolid laslataqlot cettifi ca Is futitmt aIlly nairnery stock ar goods clii ped in by unlicensed firuts until much ftirnit hlve paid hlt license-fte re quired by Ihw except iuch slilpmtents um 1it iy have been pitehased withlutt the State by 1i pertimni, finr Ior corpiria Litn hulling a regular littitana llcense ttu1i1 'having tie titanic shipped into the state under ltir Ilicense and t all trans lit' titlin mihl eia are raquired to 4iithhlill ielev-try if any nursery stock itt guitd l shipid In by iultiensii irits until Istaid nursery stitk or goods are relased by 41e Inspector. ItugtlattinI 10. The state hortleit Itrist shall have authority to employ labor to assIst the insptctlra In any dltitlct whenever. in the Judgmenett of Ohte sltta horticulturist, such aas:tatnce is nevessary. Rigttl'tatiun It. It tiltiall bi unlawful fur aty pi4t-ia lo tiliray at trat', plant or shrubt wthºin the statue- is In bloom, with tiiiy suibstutltae injuriuis to bees or honey. R1gutiatitii 1I. All inspeetohis shallI repnrt ti the stittat torthiculturist 'at least ltce a tinth, or aa often as di rected by sut ij state horticulturist. fRegulatiout 1i. Every Inspector tn wtaged nl " work for which no fles are pruatirIbeIi by law shiall reaeve for uch work tuel> tStin ii ai Iixed by the state Itoattil of hortlaulture; provided it does not exceed $4.00 per day for each day actually attpliyed. Bills for all much work shall be audlted by the preti dent or state hurtlaulturist and toue wartled to the state board of exatilnev'U Regttlatilotu 14. Al1 Inspection and fultugipt:ott shall be under the charge and supervision of the state horticul turIst and all inspectors shull be re sponaible to hImt. Rgtultatlon 15. Every toetber of the board Is a speaML inspector In his ýistriet, and tl sIibjlet to the orders f the state horticulturist Regulation 16. The ysop)Ltrs up politted by this board-pr by the state I hortlculturist.nre required to Inspect in their rIIwetive districts all nursery llstock iL till r dlst1icts, ifter t1he1 3anm1 Ihas been dug fromt the nursery rows "'r grounad or shipped sint~ the district I fori the sun11 shall he boxed or i packed for the filling of orders, usnl 1n0 certificate shall he issued to tiny nursery in 1lonta~ n tltil such luspre (3lion hla been made; and also all fruits, excepting banlanaa, pineapples and 3el1ns, (untaloupln or tomatoes, and to collect the fes prescrihed by liyt froml tie owner or person in control of such nursery st1ck or fruits wherever found. Re.;ulut'on 17. No infested fruit shall be shipped fromt point of produe tion. But inspectors may, in their dis cretion, lIT'mit the nu(nufacture of '1uch infested fruit into elder or other products at the point of production. Regulxedtin 18. The Inspector day fo Ieah district hall rleotve to witnpon salion fir thl inspe'tio' o' fruits and $u1ns1ry stlck the '1 n) tf'all of all fees orllected for spai lnopejtion; pro .itdl'l howetivf , 1t.at the 'Ione shall hot .exceed the soun of $5.00 per day for leiich day'i work devoted to inspection, Sand lll fIles in 'hcs oi said brnd slidlr he i'itlun0 ittJ11 Sith 1tie report of the insperlto to the state hurtieulturtst. 1.he )n nAimrul fle' fi r nursery stock slut l he d'et c me for luch sepdrate lot or package., 30 Regulation 13' All orchard brush or debris in or about ally orchard or ad jn(1i1g premises shall be burned on or before June lst ie the yoer in which cut. All prunings in infected orchards must be destruoyd linlunediately. It such is trot done it maay he dodo at tile order of any t li'lo er of the bourd, saite hllttcultur1st or inspector, and the expeusl thereof shall be levied as is tax ulalrst the property, Regulation .(O. A iquarantine" is here by estil iished over any orchard or plceu where fruits or nursery stock ia growns or kept that Is or may becomne infested with any Injurious disease or insect poest, and ho a11te herticulturist tor liy officer representing the, board is authorized and directed to enforce such qtuaraut' ne against ally orchard or place wýhere any such disease or illnet t pest is or may be hereafter found,, T1he officer declaring such I ulrantlhi shall notify the owner or persin in control of such orchard or place in wr:tlig of the establishing (If.uch quarantine and thereafter such 1'lenor o01 person in control lham not ship tir, re'lin'e or allow to 1e 11nipped or rI'enoved a11y fruit, nursery stock or other material, except by the written perm union lf the. statse horticulturist or other officer. The owner or person ill control of any such orchard or place m13y be permitted to use any such fruit or 1tuoerial on the perl(l' s Tinder tl I instructions of the state horticulturist or other officer. Regulation l:1. All apple, pear and crab-apple orchards infested must be cleared and kept clear of all grass, weeds, vines, shrubs, bushes and other pl ants for a distaince of four feet around cinch tree. All such trees must be properly pruned forthwith and the fruit must be properly thinned as soon 3ar formed. All apple, pear and crab. apple irlIas lpust..k. sprayed 'with ar senical *pray and 3114 trur prptetolt 1with hands as directed by the inspector if the dislbt 1. All trees infested willt the O yter Shell 3341r4 usi'e or sina44ar pests must be spriyed 41 trd trested t4 der the d4rtwtionl f the Inspector of the 1isltrie., but 4ll tr1es lnf0estvd only with the t4o1dulng 1Moth ru1ty be left with14It !4priiyling, pni4444104 fir 4th4er work, If il4 fruit Is remo4ved traini bur trees 1 s soon 444 f4rmed. 31egultlion 412.-WVhere the owner a4 any 4r.h4'rd refuses 44 fulls to co44 3y) with i the r44ulationi herein cr-o 44i4ned, the inspec or will pr4oceed f'rth Ilh 4o 1444ul44n and destroy ,il fruit 1n such urcharlds infested with tie C(dlling 1n4th, and if trees are in tested with Oyster Shell or other scale, such trues will be destroyed. Dy fu nigagtion it i4 to be unde1r4t41od treatment by hydrocyallc g44. This treatment shall be d414 44.4s follows. All nursery stock to ).4o treated should 4e placed 14 4n uirtight tent or box. For overy 100 cubil feet of spac4 In box of 1.441, 1144e a44 min4ce, a1voir1du1p4ls 4441 $tt,4 dl1 fused J4ttul14l4 nt cyan4 le, 1 98 j°a ut strength, preferagly in lunlp4'd$'idut the 4170 ot uL walnut; o44e and one-Ibhlf ounces commercial sul pl4urlc 4i41d, best grade, and two 44444 44444ou.th thr1 d f u:i4es of wi4er. l*"'iit, pla4n the watte4r '11 14 three-ghluon vesel (41hic4 m4Ily be gluzel ea.r4henwar'44); to this 1 dd th1e 41d4, and finally (h1 potassiu4 4yanide. ( 'hle cya4n1de would be better in01l4s4d In 14 small p33er bl44 in which a 4 141010 144 4ur. 1444 mnedlutely close the doors or openings, takllg all precautions against inhal ing the g44, 4as it is 4.44 of the most vi4o4le 1444144)4444 kno34n. After leaving box or lent closed fir 444 minutes, 44p44 4 ipl doors and llow 44t least one hour fti' th1rough vent 11411i44 before ut gin4lping to remvov st1ck. No 114Jury Is caused to the n4r4sery st4ck If the gas is left 144 for more 1hun 40 4n1n1414±4. Jiy authority of the state board oi hourticulture. M. L. DEAN, State Horticulturist. Notice to Creditors. Sta4e 4f Montana, county if Mixoillo, es.-Ectate of Arina McNamara, de ceased. Notice is hereby given by the un dersigned executors of the estate of Anna McN44Inar44, deceased, to 11th4 creditors of, and all peronns having claims against, the sa4d deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessury vouchers, within 10 months after the firpt publication of this notice, to the said executors, at the law office o4 Edward C. M5utroney, Allen blWk, Missoula, Mont., the same being the place for the tran'saction, of the bus44 nes4 of said estate in the county of Missoula. J. H. T. RYMAN, GU!'1'AVU$ A. WOLF, Executors of the Estate of Anna Mc .Nanmara, Deceased. IHDWARD C. MULRONEY. Attorney for Executors. Dated March 25. 1911. Call for Bids. The trustees 0fs5'cu1 l district No. 1, aMiOuula county, Mont., will receive bids for moving the old Hawthorne school building fr0o1m its present loca tion to block No. 77, Daly addjtion, il4e, to be leveled up o04 blocking in it 50oil and substantial manner. Rids wIll be r4e44lve4 by clerk of the school board, M. I1. Hardenburgh. Mlissoula, Mont., up to May 16, 1911 tit 0 p. in.