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The Daily Missoulian. [volume] (Missoula, Mont.) 1904-1961, May 16, 1911, Morning, Image 8

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FOUR ARE ODROPP
BY MANAGER
JOYCE
"SCRAPPY" RELEASES HOLLI
APPLEOATE, NOWELL ANE
COFFEE.
BACOM SIGNS CONT1
Lanky Firateaoker Becomes Rei
Member of Missoula Team, Whit
to S. Strengthened-Line on
Players.
Maiglr (V Wills1iam Joyce oi' tIlhe
Rnollta Rirttlipera wasi hun, sy lt rue
making prepartatlon s44r the dr'let
of the team 1to IButte thin 141*411
Whefn askeu'd. in -r'egard to4 any pr'iti
chatghs In- his line-tip. ,Mr. Joiyce
"Tidily4 1 releita'it stavte oftil 19.Ii
that wans dnwn wvithl nervolull pIro,
tion tiltl t4' st 4*4 *t' ItITIve ad a 44ig44tI
atretgthle lth c('tlu, whirr It if
atrtnffthefling. When the team er
hack to Mneottlu it will in a hal I
slid will 'lfe tile Mlsaouita rans et
tide4 o4 bill worth se.'itng. 1 rile
Hollanl. Appleg'gttt. N**w*'ll *441 I'll
I wits rorcedI t'o ti,'lrnne ApfplegAt,
evccou12nt of the tthIat TI was aIr
earry log toutr 4" irl**n'i'I 4449 t(tti
Apprleg:It. I*4 *4 it, ' ***miaihg 4**4*4(
iith goo*d siea*. Itit Ill'1 liak nr
pertetncu is gryeatty (S clyInnt blotI. t
mtlire ptaykitg, howev.'(er. h*. should t
a good pitclher. I hie vi n**et,'e errs
nlihteta to1 havev Jaick***** the. (*4
%~hi md sltutt atlct rpta'lolt41 for I
silt in Itutte, work bl4hindlll thle 11*41
Us while in lthIat *l1. 1 i d-nt It
wlhether Ise wiill nignl or net, huut hI
ntake gnus4 whle~i IIn thi gite *4* thin44'
I will htvet* tim, 14 gietold * or *t *4*
hit with 11h4' ri414 Ian here, atdtiedt a
tercet today 1(I111 l wil t be ht the
tegaut rtl I ai44 I ryiigtc 1 gel 14,01
M4'rklt(4, ilhe' ttlitli 1)111*1 1*44M
o4Wfed by Vb i S(("4*u w1. An AteIlegr'i444
hueiej sent to4 Ht c1u4 iJu tttltlg 44t
mtstpn to plat- Merkle andi' It' I
get him o44 thlrdt b44444 tli1*1 Bl1ab a
strellltltlh'e * *I'I*4'nely. 1 *4* ken.4
my! eyen lnt rfor gu4*44 mn nut wnit
g41 tlU4ck l*'I n l' It 'till 1.* with1 it
team I *ililrevl'41 tht' *4 ltv10 441
?itla e4illa ?a a ng sl l thlir .
die'' spirt414'1 4114vIil ahowv thi**
tell p1lay ilu."
't\' Iu,' iu via.'h1iII I 1ii*il'** 4*tal uI
ll'ere ti**t guJes lilt I* I** ?In M44s
throaghout the c'ity sa*'*lia 1*, h*.
fIt a f'e we'ak spo4ts sire st1ren'l(gth*
the grratlppers .1II ble a rahil bits,
teamn. ManagerC Joy?'(I·· action~l
au~ttlti ralise tlhe h1011(s or ll**'
patrona ni' liii' thIe44 gaiiil and 4 II
a4eries will tie hatleed witls 1* eit
t-rest atti lbetlle(' thitl M 14044*41t %%I
Ilteat unsl14'x so4e o4 tI 'glie fml***.
UNION LEAGUE
rlub- Won I.iat
Halt l.ikhe 1 5
(great Falls II 7
Butte 1~ s
A Missoula 6 13
Helena 3 17
AMERICAN ASS'N.
M, (`oluntltu 17 I
4 Minn.aieollse 19 II
Kanias 'lityit
'1
SMlht'uulcukw I7 13
St Pnat 1'. It
Tl',u avltt It
r` Itdatuaa ila~'ls Iii :
''' 101 Ik
At Nt. .au 1 -- IInn 'I., I;
l ud 3.
ýIlnnnlc~ inlllr G.
A t lI'ultll u--e'c nl1l1lnl llw, 11); '1'"di1
JAPE SEAT MISSOURIANS.
Itfoul's tla% I."; ' I' a
. tuns fH, rut KCo',) atr *."rIH t 'tt
r Japanti. s~tIsrtl :it. h tI auir, -it
tday Itt on I1- Ltining gMn,7 u.
CURES
..... . .l BLOOD POISE
Contagious Blood Poiscn usually begins with a tiny sure or pluim
the only outward evidence of its presence. JIut in a short while its i
symptuoms begin to snake their unwelcome appearance. The modth
throat ulcerate, itching rashes appear on the body, the hair comes out et
brown splotchjee appear on the limbs, etc. So highly contagious is th
ease that it is sometimes conlmuniented from one person to another b
use of the same toilet articles or handling the clothes of an infected pe
B. . hasmen curing Contagious Blood Poison for more than forty 3
right down into the circulation, and removes every particle o
.While curing the disease S. S. S. adds richness and nouri:
to theblood, aid a person who is cured by thetse of 8. 8. S,. wil
y po4a of the systmra has been beneafitd by the treatment. 8.
perfectl that there is never aiy retutrn of the old symptom
th po cmplete out by purifying the blood, which is the
et tke disýase, Write for our Home Treattihent
S, i sire, free. S. N. A. In for Hale at drug si
115 5WIFT SPeICIflC C,, ATMNTAG C
ED"M'CLOSKEY'S DA
IN MINING CAME
IS THIS
4ND, BUTTE AND MISSOULA V
OPEN THE UNION LEAGUE
SEASON TODAY
CTDUNCAN TO DOCKSTA[
;ular Socialist Mayor and Famous Min
ch is Will Pitch and Catch First _
New Bill Jackson WilI Be Behind Ba
Joyce's Scrappers.
nii'ng tow liin itlti willt I, \.ilnit ll;is
rtulle lln r "i l (Me('li k 1ey tv(liy," I t l rtiL
uing, will I.be hi slii vy., uis niever I tlhe,
tmil1 ' t l i" Italtti has Miln hll IInterest
nt el h shiuin In lasehall ail thllis MeuiiIIn.
lac ih Inlrrw th e Iluttie alnd M issoulli t
tran will inllugurtll'l the ( t'nh n lellRue
Sto mini here al it neIw upark in Ihl i Ni
Iei enrln part of Ithe city. Kitell iprol
tles will pitch ti l, tl i flening ge iiin- foir 1I
ima andll flarlr or Miec('iuffrty rflr
I ar- iollin, wtllh 11111 Jaciknon, the
sh4+w player oa the Ah . I', M. teaml, ,ts
f. ir Mor ml ia.lli, haI1 th ' iirhie I Isey
r 1on11 ( orne Ilme sonl being 1,11 tle- hom
'' h1` lint. lilt their hInsk l l Ii i o lu-hi N
l't . thllt Ithey n(. elll l gel. IIIt lliv
ntetr M 0 1,11 r I ie will pitch tihl
h1i all' , w.'ith ei llni ksl u'il r ofl li-il
ai - i hl l t h 'l hi t Tll- i . e l eh lii ni i ah
tn strul uin Is in eniliiiniaiti fun
t11i will uiln outi fli hi io iip1iny wiu ith
''",' NATIONAL LEACUE
i le li thie li I li t
i t., ti le t · te td . . . . . . . .
Si l it ll
t Lus 7 Ii
r' ltiiiuiui N L iU
Ihil Maiii ok l nhii I
i n e Y' I wl 1 1 I
Murder.
it I1nii l lle'hll i 1 I 1 I I Ia
I eh f h t. Ili i nnat 7 1t
t111n h1 ituilui 11 u Il I 'lii
Iluui pur li th iuini ului i.
lui 'll e llhh , , ` v I,. I tlit i,
rillt J l'hilI i llil n lil illli Ihl, 4'1
114-41 i ' l'e' !t. 11
11.111 I'hlhnllhllp l I .1 it
lo'al I latterit"ll ( liMspe'i', Mi Q it
Ilits bll l'brh' i ' iillhl Mehe l l.m ; i'll%'1,e!
Ill', Il im n p h i ....s ta l M or.a, .
Pirates Barely Nose Out .
} . - 1. -ll ,Il ' I 1..- I'litt hb u .-g I
11,1s1' 11 11 it a 11' 1'\' 11.111ry 1n8111
t1 1 'i | ito il. l`1,t 'is llrs Itw l
P t i. S, tlr(-- h i t. I
.ill 1P ltt1 l r I
,i tl I'lllltt 'hll e .i lrlll I 1 illi _ l 1 i
, I .......os Mat t ,s P 'sons
32th arilion: (1iltz. Iorr" mald iMinit
.316
i Tinker Plays, Though Suspend.
S iil'ni ,l. . i 1 ,1ý 1 - -'Ihl'11g 1 -11
I 111 I .liilgl1iht ll-r rooklyni vIli
t tlii., Ii.t 11 . h iltlM l R lu iln.klr II
fi"lrt jili sixth iiiill Zil u.tilt
i liii it ht ml rnl l in the sixth iiit'
S. r't - II I
3hl I l'lii iI
1 .: 4 l' t'l' 1 1 lis ts . c I h .ll lll ill- l il t
. Sne low and Uit nirn ter eotin (.
i il ri t he i ts I llei i ' i' ' i
ni t oI. i l I
ii k'li i\ Y31rt I' I
Y" FAVORITES LOSE
IN DAY'S CARD
AT OGDEN
NILL FEATURE RACE ON FAIRGROU
E TRACK GOES TO BAN ANN
RANK OUTSIDER.
ER LONG SHOT TAKES U
istrol Dorothy Ann Cheats People by Fit
4ll- ing Ahead of Titus-Countless M
It for Pield Look Cheap at Chui
Downs.
u*.r- hd ., 1ay 1'.. 'rh f.aturl ru
bo . the, flrgra'urlnd llii't k I .1dly ivtm t
uniy) by IiII Aliin. ani iutlhelir, I rinl' I
hil- ! |the 'dd)-ol fuavlrite. The perform
bon I if Dorothy Alan, wt 61 to I. winnlng
l- InIti( r 'c from Titusll. i. ith|i( ll-nii
enK M theavily-lhiydrl fc,.v.rite. 'wasI th.
el- priIne of the diiy.
uth- Irllrt rm,'., ftour frllilngsll -Valt
1y won: .J. W. Il'uiller, sa.Iid; 1i'l
li thh(Ii. rl.ime., :410 I-,.
Mi- H'evoid r1l41., nix flrlolng -- H.eaI (
oc1tl W nll: Ko I), sc' ,n l; ( "rl.,l. third. '1
I1:17 4-5.
hallFiThird r.ae, five f'inrg. --K..i r
itil third. 1,Imh . l:(3 :-,
h 'a 1 urtih ruo,, mix f'lling. flhtl
wl l; !-ilk(. n .ImT i ; I ,mIr', hilrd. 'I
f In : I I - lii. f:'il l,
"1f't I'' I n'i-i . r:1 I h' , 411" 1vue 1
,ln- (v ln: ('nllll. u, "o1(ld: NIkl h t, t
Tin i ,,.. Iit :) .
both I II'th m , i..I\ In furil, Is.'
I .Ite Itill. %%)ni: T'I liti II. o mi ; I: ; I
w 0t Il.,i- ril, ih. i l ih , i : iil l:; :3-l,
At Louisville.
4 1L tili.ll4 ., 1ay2 I ', tl ,
avor II ' ' III Iht fourlh rm.c, plrr
11' lll.uo , mu 1(eu t lh I ris iotir ' II
lo- k 'h iIap lit I'hlrchill Ih)\ .ll.
Po l ,'ithl-tr \;ai cl-a"
7 "I ll'r t IraI', six nfl'.ll::< |,.yal I
il tiv , \on,1 : Ih llll\ II 1
s l t'ii-ell, third, 'l w., :1 I ..,
77 Rtecolll l rae, fmI fulrinlK.-- I'i I
F lion: .ullo.:I' l . ae'lllnll: I.IAllt (I
Lnll,. tlhirl, Tini.., :l 3:1 -
\'31 w I: A. y '"'rt, seurnl: (lhnhhon
tLhird 'rh . 1I-: 1-5
I,.,tllth Ira1r. , illeh and 70 Nia
l A lhiHn,, thih l. '1'hne. 1:43 '-,
i h ( hl l l''n V'll . w 4 : (' l'vill . "l .nllll l ; .1
r i lt)l, 1.hirhd l h Time. 5,4 4-5.
I ii tilxlu rilu'Il'. m r ll l - IIIl 7i
441 In l.U1nr, won: ;. I 'hl.Kl:.
Snd: Iarilhn ( '"amy thid. '
S 4 1 i:i4.. 4I-'.
Ilion,
rio1'; At Pimlico.
| hl)l., \ianor., 4av '1.- ---The h a,
'IIIIInI)' I l n tt w tlinh it \at(ItIe
ol i i tw14. llIora.hn winningI t"he fllt 4I11
n t i, lll'l rS11'. l I l-" l ov',11 ,llo.d- h
i l'lilelt ral'. t',Ive frllolnlol.is - rl, Itl
,Lss lN"4 : ,e. l . w .nt l ; lR y .s I
T hrl n l h,. ,. 1 : I 1 ., l .
rhlud o .l ru.... , ix rl r.uhllg -rise
. i:.oner, w n: \ 111 |ilt,9r, rnti l; Flell
Third race. sto llpIInthn, two lnt
t . Mall, third T'hin,. 4:0" 4-;,,
ld. l Jll .t'(e , )won: ( 'al'II al, m oni.ll 'I
I i 1 : 14 . ' I'1' 14 , tlla r '.' n1s
n i g l" I flhi i r , '1 ' ' p h '.la l mh ( ., t .a . I .i
th 'e " 'le"i'" l, * w n: ll( IIIe'ti oI, t.
mal 11Ix1t, thhrd Trhn,, :1:;,7 4-'..
two ,tlls r14,1, 1llih. ;1ll4 .I.( yards' 4
m e - s l l l hm h, ( n I: l( o n, e l A NT i I fln a d . .,
Inym, n: oyal Moteor, third 'I
', NORTHWESTERN
\:U 1 1)1%t r 1:: 11 I
donlliII IL' II
S I' um.1 1 It
un i Poirt Iiitl II It
11* - I 11.1 ,t I s
laow. At Tacoma.
- IC W ,r,- It.
1 1 Tat'u iut "
1
lor's- Iat ttt .ri,, l i, it tutd 1)tu: it
HtI .L11\1 S dil ll'1.
At Vancouvor.
L~hi It 14
1l lttIrh+s /,uliherl and Sheta; (
Ile 11s At Portland.
ankly ? ,'t' . I I
an uI'rt'l ilil . 7 I
tt1 81kikai , 5
l li.- uttt.r , -I t l-tin httltitlt, ( lur'ttl
,y the, I ltru lhy; Hitll\c1,tnk. Ktirft a;tld llt:u
(etar.
I COAST LEAGUE
I find
S .t' . Ia-- Won. Lst.
I; it Pol'tlald 5. 19
S01) Hall'runciscIott 21
It -A l ' l lnt' o . .(l |u
Sloo I S l'iltu +'ct t ... ........21 21
torus, (Inkil . . . . ... . .. 2:1 '2
Vernon .. . 21 23
jE l o Angeles ................. 1 .I .
FISHERMEN FINE[
FOR FISHING
fluttl. , M l11 Il.--(l4r . l,'l .) --Th
license l w l, Iiere 'r, 1t,.l . , terd| y
I lputl y (Jlathe W"l'J(,' ,| J. :C llrft,
llld il tyi weire flel)ud $2 (!each
JlsNtil. of the Ponce I'.lt.. TI
w\'ir' Johnl R hIlIrdn. ,lllr Frt
W ri'ght I lnd 1.. LariN ,'I..
SI AMERICAN LEAGUI
('lIt1 W 1 IS
1eotr t a"21 5
Ilititon I IS
N\w York 17 13
Wl1$11t, l on in 14
itlt -lll t ....... I: I II
1'I, n1111n 11 I
ill. n tiluu . . 7 7 2
JNDS Powell Holds Nationals Sate.
1 I.M1ouls. M \y I,- StI. It . Iot .ls ,,f
Ols GtllnshinSUt. I, to . Iuppori
Ilili i it l uorlM to three b it res.
,i'ire -. it. II
Sti . Ii l isls . . 11
AST I ii1ishi 1I(ii1 I i
ftu ttelrl.'-P wI - , ,ll a d tp
.Shrry 11and Htnry.
Olmstead Gets Sensational SuppoT
nish. ('hhlago, 1May i'.--P'hhll dellhiht
,akes ilet 'h li'ii hi Iblt l t hit lle. I secon
of the ,rhsl', 6 to 2. I 1 1nt llrd
rchill ltletl senl 1ntionllil .i1tport. Homll t
hy .t' Intyre and Murphy. (tlrnst,,
trille, wihlch ysear d It\h r n1il4, il
fhhlling of IavMi ;er,. fea',u,;tlres,
Sore -- It. II
l Ihig ....... .4 7
Ihke tl P iladIellhi 11
lil. Ial.terie. -- IhtWnad I nl ist lli
(.nlito i t in.b an lanl.,
tll-- No Befting Those Tigers.
1 troit.l , ,ll. IL.--.flft.r Ilosta l I
|elu, the houd 11 thI ltlh on (al'rdner'" ti'
i4 , ind Itus11'e er1'or. D.etroit ,.oorsl'
rllns i11d %)nl . to 4.
r it ri,-- R. II.
I'l l l sto, li ... ..... 4 7
I)etrult r. , I
iplt Patteris,. W-1o d anTii Nlii1 1tl
FI' ii, Ford Effective In Pinches.
('l,.veidlll , MaI 1:, \V. W ith t '(n
c lr'. s Ih -rie l w sIJ *.f'irctll,' ,utlll :
tlid. Tirk wi . G to 3.
S ,', .- It II
th' lg ',,',,h ld :t I:2
NLly 'ew Yrki fi
Inttries- I(Il n ling .ll n ILt
i,,; WESTERN LEAGUE
hihe
0 M ihS - tt. it Iii I
o l t 1)e lti i' . 4 : ; It Ii
\ ihhilla . t1: 7
't llf , hl . .. . 1: 1
t. Joseph 1t 11
Innilnhl .. 7 I1t
, l~ T illt' 7 lI;
I n' .ies .it2' ... . 4 11
.lAt env'rl --enver,r 4: Klnx I'll
A.t li noll n-- Kt. Jos. ph. :|; l.inal
.\InVt \ t7hita -- Wk'htti 7;
1)1111 ,r , '2.
•\t 'I'o,l,' .k il - '. tuli|. 5; O1tlitlh , ]
s,.H'. Notice for Publication.
'hne, Departiment of the ' Interior, lit
MState's hIlid offl'e at Missoulla, l,
tuna, April 22, 1911.
Notlee' is hlerhly given that Tilh
W. l'orelnanl, of Misloula, Mont
0I at who, ion May 18, 1904, maild hllome
The entry No. 0849, for tota 3, 4, 5, 8,
Il In tie ll, tnshlllp 12 north, rangl
West anid iots 1 and 3, section 1, tc
liin wshipll 12 north, ran'lge 19 went. Man
merldlian, has filed notIce of Inter
E'I, to mIlake final five-year proof, to
third. thltlsh clahn to the land above
Perlltd, before reigliter and reee
Iher. ,titied Staten land office at Mis.a
IleItk. Monttlli, on thel 26th day of May,
('Ilnimant n:illlone as witnesses:
tIes-- Thomnaa Ia'gan, Edward 1. Pol
i lllenn M. Vi'ttrup,. lHarvey Cady, a
l Mlls~scliia, Montana.
Kig JOLIAll SIULL. Regist
' ', Notice to Creditors.
HXlint f .o1 ntlllail, (I'ttty o)f Missll
wl 1 1's , s it lst It ' of i.aur J. ('raig,
n11di 1 eased
Nothle is Ihl'relh Given by tile ln
uper ellgned exelltrix ..f the esltte of (]
see- .. 'rnig, decl.sedI, i t thl crl'editor
11.lind all llipersons having tclains agni
Sthe .l said d.neditl, to exhibit t
i\\t li the neIllenssairi'y \leu'chierl, withl
onIhthlil. aifte'r Ith firs'it pllblieetto
this l tIll lie, to the ,o1id exeet'trix al
liw1 iof flel' e t' I lofnres t. Ave'y, I
,.' .t hntla l hbluhlilng., thlt) sane' h
the plile for thl. t'ansantion of
hbsI.lness oif Blahl esiltate in tihe co
NAR('ISHA (1. (IRAlfl
Ie':x1 , ll rx of i1.' estate of Oscai
I 'rii. deih l.led
. Dalte, April .1, hill.
SAVE YOUR HAIl;
SAGETEA WILL 00
Dandruff, Itching Scalp -
S Falling Hair Quickly
Stopped.
There is one placet where balduhe
men shine, and that Is in the front
seats of the thretre. If these I
I. 1", headed people had lneld Wyeth's
2 iand ualphur Hair Remedy In I
earrlier days they woulld not be so
iad spleuous now. This p'eparatlon does
plant. new hair, but it does streng
weak, dying ball', and not only brigh
dull, parched hall', but gradoillJy rest
the color to faded or gray hair. It
cleanl, wholesome hair dressing, w
eca tie Imeed daily with perfect sanfi
Wyeth's Ragee and Bulphur In
1'et, tnder guarantee that the money wit
.:x refulnded if it falls to do exactly as
resented.
:1, Tills preparation is offered to
.501 pubhe at fifty enita tt'botIle, aol
.477 reommesided and usld 1l. all,**-04
,tO tpclp l oaglet, MleIat"st)"tP'roPU '
" TEN
SREASO N
FOR BUYING
DALY'S
ADDITIOI
LOTS
Reason No. 1--T
growth of Missoula is c
through Daly's additi
II, and the remarkable bui
"" ing record which has be
. made there in two years
certain to continue.
Reason No. 2-T
.prices at which we ofl
k the lots we have left
.ow ,Daly's addition are so 1(
two that the value of the prc
. erty will guarantee qui
increase.
Reason No. 3-T
terms at which we ma
these contracts are so rc
m sonable that you can bi
these lots and not feel t
drain upon your purse.
Reason No. 4-The ch.
acter of the soil in Dal,
- addition is such that it
easy to have a garden,
i beautify your home,
build up a delightful re
.no dence place with ve
B slight effort.
3 Reason No. 5.-There
" city water at every lot
Daly's addition. The mai
n are laid through eve
i street and avenue in t
addition. It is a great he
in making a home.
Roe Reason No. 6-There
'"'- a 17-minute electric (
sard service through the ad
of tion. Cars land you in t
'g business district of the c
wn- in a few minutes.
tana
-on Reason No. 7-The
de- will be a new schoolhot
ua, in Daly's addition in a f
911. weeks. The growth of 1
nek, addition has made it nec
saty to provide school
"' commodations for the ci
dren at once.
Reason No. 8.-The
Sare already 200 liew hou
4f, in the addition and me
m are building. This she
the trend of the city's I
pansion and makes cert;
S the continued increase
Lnty the value of the lots he
Reason No. 9.-The
are but a few lots rema
- ing unsold in Daly's ad
tion. We have less th
80 left. They are all go
lots; the location is got
the car line brings them
close to town.
Reason No. 10.-T'h
nd few lots we wish to sell
soon as we can. We '
willing to close out thr
lots at a price which
really below thcir r
Svalue.
PRICE, $125.00
Terms are easy.
SOUTH MISSOUI
r LA ND COMPAN1
r** FRANK P. KEITH, Se,
the 103 Higgins Avenue
lata Missoula, Montana
_J J . . - . I I - .. ..
The Bitter Root Valley
A PACIFIC SLOPE LAND 1/
FAMED FOR ITS PERFECT FRUIT
AND ITS GREATI PROFITS
The Valley of Opportunity
A.single acre of land in this valley has been known
to produce a net profit of over $1,800 in one 'car: $500
annual net profit from an acre of land is a.coa.n1on
event. " 1
Crops never fail, fruit pests are unheard of andifatal
diseases among stock, hogs and poultry are unknown.
Water fir irrigating purposes in accessible and inex
haustible quantities.
The beautiful mountain scenery, an abundance of
pure water, heglthfutl mountain air, unrivaled climate,
good means of transpoefation; cthvenience to markets,
good schools, close proximity to state university,, and
the lowest cost of living all confbine to make this local
ity the most ideal place for a home in the great north
west. , . '
e Bitter Root Valley
" Irrigation Company
- dHAMILTON, MONTANA
n MISSOULA OFFICE, 128 HIGGINS AVENUE
is
LUMBER DEPARTMENT
_ O1F TI1.
k Anaconda Copper Mining
Company
. Successors to
iy THE BIG BLACKFOOT LUMBER COMPANY
IC Manufacturers of
Western Pine and Larch Lumber
S CONICRAt, MAIER f11l'Cp Dlonner, Montana
isills Locatd at lHamilltlon, Montana
Ioeated t Ilnnll ,r,. Montana St. Rtcgle, Montana
o Our mills have constantly on hand large stocks of
- well-seasoned lumber and laths. Our factory makes
'Y anything needed in Sash, Doors, Mouldings and Inter
ior Finish. Retail yards at Butte, Helena and Mis
soula carry complete lines of building material.
Estimates furnished from plans. Write for price list.
is Our Missoula Yard Keeps a Full Line of
y LUMBER PORTLAND CEMENT OAK FLOORING
LATH HARDWALL PLASTER MAPLE FLOORING
ie SHINGLES KEENE'S CEMENT INTERIOR FINISH
Ip MOULDINGS LIME MILLWORK
SASH BUILDING PAPER SLABS
WINDOWS TAR PAPER . PENN. HARD COAL
HOT BED SASH DEADENING FELTS SOFT COAL
is DOORS PREPARED ROOFING APPLE BOXES
ar Our largo stocks insure a well -seasoned lumber at all times.
MILLWOOD-Our Mllssoula yard Is nos making deliveries of 16
Inch inlllx,.od at $:."5 per cartlnad. Each load contains a full cord.
ty Phone 106; Ind. 742. Order your season's supply now.
i= I
use -'
the FIRS1
ces
ac- NATIONAL BANI
MISSOUL
cre Capital arid surplus ........400,(
ISCS Excellent facilitlies for hand
0ore your businews.
OWS
eX- F. 8. LUSK, President.
tain F. H. ELMORE, Vice Preq
in E. A. NEWLOI, Cashier.
ere. H. 8. HOLT., Assistant Cast
sere
ami- Missoula Trust a.
ddi- Savings Bank
han
MissoulA, Montana
CAPrITA , .........................$210
)od; SURIIU AND I'IP, rI'I'T....50
1 all Qfficers
J. M. KEITH........................ re.............
T. L. GREICNOUGHI........Vice IPrr
A. R. JACOE S............................... Ci
R. C. GIDDINGS ................Aest. Ca
Directors
are J. M. Keith. T. L. Greenough,
iCSe Dally. (;. T. McCullough, P. J. I
A. R. Jacobs, Kenneth Ross.
We pay 3 per cent per annum
real Savings Deposits.
WESTERN ' MONTA
NATIONAL BANI
M4issoula, Montana
UNITED STATES DEPOSITAI
L A CAPITAL ................................. 0O
SURPLUS FUND ...................50
Y . A. W OLF ........ ....................Pree
JOHN C. LEHSOU........Vice Prei
J. H. T. RMAN.................................. C
C)'y. Direotors
Ferdinand Kennett, M. A. Fish,
Wolf, John'C. Lehsou, J. H. T. I.
A GENERAL. BANKING BUSHI
V CHAS. H. MARSH
Embalmer and
K
A _ Funeral Director
CHAPEL FOR SERVICES.
Ind. Phone 423. Bell 321,
,000 Residence 259 Black
124 West Main
Competent Lady Assistant.
Scandinavian American
shier. State Bank
OF MISSOULA
A nGeneral Ilanking Tluslness Trans.
acted.
M. L. Gulden
O,900 STATE TAXIDERMIST
0,000 AND FURRIER
Won Medal at St. Iula
183 E. Main St.
Dashlel
auble, The Polleys Lumber Co.
Short Millwood and Shavings
SJ. R 'l'i , Iofr or0 lo(;lls dlir'(-c t fro l tlie
K li e II ', M I' lr loid ....................... ....1
Sleigh' loald,, green'o ...........-..........~ ,
n on H ,,lnelm. , l ,d.dry ... . 4.75
lanlng mill shavinhll , per load ).Wbo
-. .. tll phonoe 414 anid 100: ,
Otfile 115 illggioN Avenue
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K Northwestern Abstract apd
Title Insurance Comipay
,RY. Furnishes correct and 'complete abl
6,000 stracts of title to all city and county
0,000 property. Estimates on abstracts tir.
nished on application.
esident 104 Mlan street Phone 147 Rea
selsident --- -------- -
aai*Ber Have your lawn mowers
G. A slarpened; expert work only.
lyman A woik dorei by.macbier-y.
S111 Eat Froi-t.

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