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Daily Puzzle 2% HOW HE WON HER. Sald she, "Through life I'll walk alone, In sunshine and stormy weather," But he bought an aeroplane next day, And now they are flying together. Find him. Answer to yesterday's puzzle: Upside down at let arm. HELP WANTED-MALE. CARPENTER TO DO WORK FOR a piano. Phone 170 black. WANTED-MAIL CLERKS. CAR riers, clerks In government offices at Washington; Missoula examinations during September, $80.00 month: candidates coached free. Write Franklin Institute, Dept. 212-H, Rochester, N. Y,. HELP WANTED-FEMALE. T. W. C. A. HOME. 207-209 EAST Cedar street. PTANO PLAYER TO PLAY TO Pic tures. Apply 208 West Spruee. 10 to 11 a. m. HELP WANTED. MEN AND WOMEN TO LEARN barber trade In eight weeks: tools free: secured over 10.000 positions for graduates last year: unable to enoply the demand: graduates earn $19 to 255 weekly: catalonue free Moler System College. 326 Main avenue. Spokane. Wash. AGENTS WANTED. OPPORTTTNITY IS RIMPLY TITE application of energy to every day conditions as they arise: we pay hib commlssions, advance cnh. tenrh salesmanshin: you furnish the en ergy: conditions are favorable. Write for terms. Salem Nursery Company, Salem, Oregon. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. WANTErT-PARTNER TO TAKE TN terest in sclentiflc disconvery. Can Ital needed to place article on mar ket. Ti1i money: nutlk returns. Ad dress P. O. box 47, Missoula, Mon tana. BERRY BOXES FOR SALE. STRAWIERRY, RASPRERRY AND cherry crates made up and filled with one-quart boxes: also folding hallocks and crates. C. H. Mons wamrhouse and shop. 715 North First street. STORAGE. GENERAL STORAGE, HOUTTSHOT,D oonds, merchandise, fruit and vege tables: everything on earth. J. W Weeley. 734 West Cedar PASTURE. HORSES PASTURED AT CANYON Poultry ranch. east Mlssoula; $1.50 per month. Plenty of bunch grass, shade and water. MONEY TO LOAN. IGHT PER CENT MONEY ON CITY and ranch property. W. R. Van Valen. $100,000 TO LOAN AT 8 PER CENT on good security. M. R. C. Smith, rooms 206-8, Montana building. FOR RENT-STOREROOMS. THREE DESIRABLE STORIEROOMS: one at $80, two at 860 each. R. M. Cobhan Realty Co. FOR SALE-ICE. BITTER ROOT ICE CO. BELL I531 Riaelr EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES. RED CROSS EMPLOYMENT AOCY., 128 W. Front. Bell phone, 726; Ind. 759. P. O,. Box 116. SCANDINAVIAN AMERICAN LA bor Agency, 120 West Front; phone Bell, 694; Ind. 3818. ONE WOMAN COOK ON RANCH: three men to cook for, $80.00; two waitresses; two house girls. Grand Paolflc Employment Co., 113 Rail road avenue: Bell phone 744. WESTERN EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, Atlantio hotel, 517 North Higgins avenue; office hours 7 a. m. to 8 p. m,, Sunday 8 a. m. to 12 noon. Fo smale employment room 1, upstairs; woman attendant. We list names for positions. Bell 8391 Ind. 1609. MANIOURE PARLORS, MANICURING, SHAMPOOING, HAIR dressing.. Mrs. Leahy, 12, Paxtos. FOR RENT-OFFICE ROOMI. TWO NICE DESIRAl .E O,'ICll rooms Inquire B. R. V. .L Co., 18 AT*,~~~ ~..,,, WANTED-SALESMEN. SALESMIEN WANTED TO SELL our superior line of nursery stock; can give choice of territory; cash paid weekly and outfit furnished. Pacific Nursery Company, 208 Cor bett building, Portland, Oregon. WANTED - SALESMEN, EXCLU slve territory. Big opportunity: steady position. Complete line Ya kima valley grown fruit and orna mental stock. Cash weekly. Outfit free. TOppenish Nursery Co., Top penlsh. Wash. SALESMAN MAKE MONEY BELL Ing our home-grown, guaranteed stock. Good territory; money ad vanced weekly; position permanent; complete line. Yakima Valley Nur sary Co., Toppenlsh. Wash. SITUATION WANTED-FEMALE. GIRL WANTS POSITION IN OFFICE or store. A., Missoullan. WANTED-POSITION AS CHAM mald. Apply 1227 Howell. WOMAN WANTS WORK BY THIE day. Phone 885 red, after 7 p. m. WANTED-CURTAINS TO LAUN der. Inquire 1002 Vine street, or Ind. phone 2758. YOUNG LTADY WISHES POSITION as waitress, In or out of town. Ad dress E. M., Mlssoullan. SITUATIONS WANTED-MALE. WE TEND LAWNS, CLEAN houses and carpets. Phone 1038 Bell. WANTED-POSITION HANDIJTNI traction engine; years of experience. Address A. M. C., care Missoullan. POSITION BY YOTUNr( MAN AS bookkeeper; experienced in banking and wholesale work. Address W. C. Wright, general delivery, Missoula. POULTRY AND EGGS, FOR SALE-150 GAME CHICKENS. John W. Fraser. "MADE - IN - MISSOULA" SPRING chickens: frys, broilers and roasters. Bisbee Bros., phone 3821 Black. FOR SALE-THOROtUGHBRED BAR red Rock cockerel, one year old: 609 South Fifth west: Ind. phone 1123. WANTED-50 to 100 PLYMOUTH Rock pullets that will come into lay Ing this fall. Address box 598, Deer Lodge, Mont. FOR S A L E- THOROUGHBRED Barred Rock and White Leghorn cockerels for less than halt what you will pay for them next spring. Ap ply 701 South First street. PLYMOUTH ROCKS, PURE BRED from exhjbition stock of Dr. Willard and Mr. Norton of Bozeman; fine specimen young cockerels; be quick If you want one: also 12 best hens and beautiful male bird. 509 South Third street. HOMESTEADS. WE CAN LOCATE A FEW MORE people on homesteads: close in: good land; terms reasonable. Box 118, Thompson Falls, Mont. TWO VACANT TRACTS OF GOV ernment land near railroad station; good families located free. For par ticulars see Charles Morton, Morton rooms, postoffice building. MEDICAL. FOR GALLSTONES, APPENDICITIS, cancers in any form, and all chronic diseases, go to Vian German Medi cal company, corner Alder and Ste vens street, over model steam laun dry. Missoula, Mont. HATTER. BATE CLEANED AND BLOCKED. Panamas ana straws a specialty. Hat Box, 11i U. Cedar WOOD SAWING, FOR STRATTON'S WOODSAW leave orders at Bonner's grocery. Rell 114. WANTED-MISCELLAN EOUS. CLOTHES TO CLEAN. HOOVER'S dry oleaning works. Bell phone 043. I WANTED--TO EXCHANGE A PIANO for room rent. Address box 778, Mialoula, Mont, FOR RENT--URNISHED ROOMS. 420 EAST FRONT. 526 WEST SPRUCE. MODERN. 429 EAST PINE. MODERN ROOMS. CLOSE IN. 401 E. Front. FURNISHED ROOM FOR RENT IN private home. 707 South Third. FURNISHED ROOMS. HOT AND cold water in each room. Apply Schlossberg store. BELMONT HOTEL; PRICES RE duced to cheapest rooms in town. g"eam heat. NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS: south side: gentlemen preferred. Ind. phone 2388. HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS FOR RENT 608 WEST PINE. FURNISHED HOUREKEEPING rooms. 211 West Spruce street. FURNISHEI) ROOMS FOR LIGHT housekeeping. 827 East Front. THREE ROOMS FURNISHED. UP stairs. Water upstairs. 510 North Fourth. THREE NICELY FURNISHED housekeeping rooms with gas. 603 E. Front. THREE FURNISHED LIGHT HOUSE keeping rooms, close in. Modern. In quire Union block. FIVE FURNISHED ROOMS. MOD ern, for housetkeeping. Inquire 211 Fast Railroad street. FOR SALE-CITY REAL ESTATE. OR TRADE FOR RANCH, MODERN eight-room house: well located, south side. H. A.. Missoullan. TWENTY-SIX LOTS WITH BUILD ings in Daly's addition; ideal chick en yards; three blocks from car. Address "Owner," Missoullan. NEW. MODERN FIVE-ROOM HOUSE and new household furniture: must sell at once; owner leaving town. 306 Daly avenue: Bell phone 1076. MODERN SRVEN-RHoM HOUSE ON ,cuth side, near car line, for sale or trade for smaller Missoula property. This house is new and will rent well. Phone Bell 648 black. 50X1t0 FPOOT CORNER, 4-ROOM hnsep. electric lights. city water and telephone, cement walk. bearing ap pile, cherry and plum trees; close In on South Slde: $1.500. Address C. T. S.. Missoulian. FOR RALE-SEVEN-ROOM Mon ern hose", born. chicken house. shade and fruit trees: small fruit: lot A0x180: within one and one-half blocks of two schools. Tnoulre at promises, at 280n Brooks street, after noon, or phone Ind. 1174. FOR BALE-- LBERTON LOTS E.lV0HN FINE BUSINERSS TOTR, 84.000 for the hunch. J. T. Mr Carthy, P. O. box 704, Missoula, Mont. FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE. FOR RATT-INDIAN LANDS. R1T. linquishments and town property on the Plathead Indian reservation. Montana. Address "The Flathead Land Company." Ronan. Montana. hox 1t5. WANTED-CITY REAL ESTATE. WANTED-REAL ESTATE. BERT $800 lot or $2.600 modern cottage in south Missoula for cash. Full information or no attention. J. R., care Missoullan. FOR SALE-RANCHES. FOR SALE - MONTANA STOCK ranches, alfalfa, timothy, grain farms and homestead locations; all sizes: all prices: real estate agents co-oper ate. Write R. M. & G. L. Cobban, Big Timber, Montana. ONE OF THE FINEST FIVE-ACRE tracts in Orchard Homes: new five room house, barn and chicken house; over 500 fruit trees; entire tract in garden truck: fine well, ice cold water: five-inch water right; few minutes walk to street cars: the chickens will make your expense.! Owner, P. O. box 704; phone Bell 8621 red. FOR RENT-HOUSES. FIVE-ROOM MODERN HOUSE. 808 Cherry street. FIVE ROOMS, NICE LAWN, $10.00. Phone 170 black. SIX-ROOM MODERN HOUBSE FOR rent. 620 Woodford, FOUR-ROOM HOUSE. INQUIRE 520 South Fourth west. MODERN FLATS. CLOSE IN: 820.00. Phone 187 red; 401 Cottonwood. FOUR-ROOM MODERN FLAT. F. P. Smith, 502 East Front street. SIX-ROOM HOUSE; MODERN; range and shades. 1114 Vine street. SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE. CLOSE IN. on Higgins avenue. Bell phone 548 Black. FOR RENT-E-EVEN-ROOM MOD ern house. 583 Frast Main. Apply T. H,. Thompson. FIVE-ROOM MODERN APARTMENT 319 South Second, two blocks from bridge. Phone 486 red. FIVE-ROOM PART OF DOUBIL house, 811:60 per month. Inqulre Hoyt-Dicklnson Piano Co, TWO-ROOM HOUSE, SOUTH FIFTH stteet west; water; street car; 88.00 per month. Call Morton rooming house, postoffice block. FIVE-ROOM HOUSE ON STIEPHENS avenue; modern, with gas stove, tur nace, cabinet.,bath and toilet: lino leum and shades, electric fixtures and water, furnished or unfurnished. Inquiries answered at 501 dtephens avenue. REDUCED fromn $2.100 Iasi w.te k to 12.100 If sold Within the next 10 ldays for one Io the fltnet four-room moderni l unloýs on bent tlful corner lot. I xt :0. In Sonthl ali soula. Thii Is a rare Ibargaln. O.B.S.Orr Realty Co. Office 8. W. Basement Corner First National Bank Building. Bell Phone 270. Ind. Phone 2216 FOR RENT-FURNISHED HOUSES. CHEAP. 415 \\'EST PINIE. FOUR-ROOM I"UltNISHtEI) HOUSE. 827 East Front. BEAUTIFIULLY "I''RNISIIED FIVE room cottage. Inquire 211 West Spruce. BSVEN-ROOM 11Ot'SE, PARTI.Y furnished. Phones, Illd. 1059; Bell 44 black. ('OMPLETELY FII:ltNISH ED SEVEN room house, clo.,. In on south side. Apply 118 East Main. SEVEN-ROOM Ft'ItNISHED HOUSE about Septembner 30; furnat'e lheal: references. Inquire mornings, 404 C'onnell avenue, or Bell 455. WANTED-RANCH RANCH WANTED, OP OWNER only; 40 to 8o) acres. west side of Bitter Root vallhv, between Missoula and Stqvensvillh; give complete de scription, water, buildings, imple ments. Address A. J. Z., care MIs soullan. FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS. CHICKENS FOR SALE. 518 WEST Spruce. FOR SALE-VIOLIN, $25: INQUIRE 205 Blaine. FLATHEAD RELINQUISHMENT. 808 West Pine. LADY'S BICYCLE, ALMOST NEW. ('all 116 West Cedar. LADY'S BICYCLE FOR SALE, $5.00. 501 Stephens avenue. SMALL CUCUMHIIItS 1"OR PICK ling. Phone Ind. 2853. OLD PAPERS FOR RALE AT MIS soullan office; 20c a hundred. ONE HEAVY WORIK TEAM. WAGON and harness, cheap. 521 South See ond. 'ITRNITItII,: AND LE:ARSI O, rooming house. 111% West Main street. EDISON PHONOGRAPH RECORDS good as new, cheap. 1301 South Fifth street. WATER MOTOR WASH MACIIINE In good condition, at 420 South Fourth street west. FOR SALE - ONE I)ROP-HEAD Singer. $25 00: one at $17.50. Singer Sewing Machine Co. GOOD GENTLE HORSE: ALSO harness and )auggy; all for $60.00. 119 South Third street. NEARLY NIEW SINGLE BUGGY AND harness, cheap. If taken at once. Ap ply 215 South Third street. TWO HORSES, TWo WAGONS. ONE set double harness. chean. Western Hide & Junk ('o., 521 West Cedar. F IT RNIT I' RE OF FIVE-ROOM house, in'ladinag piano, for stole cheap, If sold at oncte. 501 Stephens ave nue. FITRNITITItE. NEW AND SECOND hand: I pav hlqvhean price for sec ond-hand houbtsehold goods. Hans Jonsen, 125 \V. Main; 819 blk; Ind. 1754. LOST AND FOUND. CAME TO MY PLACE DURING snrlng of 1907, brown mare, branded "R" under half clrcle, on left hip; owner prove property and pay costs, Inquire Victor Vanderberg, Arlee, Montana. INSURANCE. H. A. CHtRE, SIIPT. PACIFIC MU tual dollar-a-month dept., aneldent and health. 802 Grand. Box 318. WANTED-PURNINHED HOUSES. FOUR OR FIVE FURNISHED ROOMS within four or five blocks of N. P. yard office. Address J. C. A., Mis soullan. PASTURE. 11.00 PER MONTH, PLENTY GRASS and water. C. 1* Chlrcots. Missnnls BOARD AND ROOM. MRS. BURTON. 810 EAST CEDAR. ROOM AND HOARD $5 PER WEEK. 801 South Third street. FOR SALE New 5-room mordern bunga low: 50.foot lot; easy terms; r 4o00. SFour-room house; $25 down, r $18 per month. Fourproom cottage; furnished; South Siale: $20. Orr.McMichael Realty Co. Phonest Bell 100; Ind, 504, SOffice 402.404 Montana Iulding B. FUOR RENT- MISCELLANIEOUS_. PI A N ( S. $3.00 PIER MONTH. Phone 170 black DYE WORKS. (IARDEIN ('ITY )DYE WORKR 228 VesPt Pine; phones, Bell 1105; Ind. HIDES AND JUNK. tII(.IEST PRIC(ES PAID) FOR hides and Junk by Ihe Western Hide & Junk Co., 521 West Cedar: street. Bell 1068 red; Ind. 1740. MONTANA JI'NK CO.. RtcHATZ & Reiner. Proprietors. .HI ghest pricei peid for all kinds of scrap Iron. rubber, nmetal, dross and hides. 336 S. Arizona street, Butte. Mont.; nhone Ind 1899 WANTED-UNFURNISHED ROOMS W'ANTIFE -iNE OR T\'e e 'NFIlT nished eto. nts ot north stide nte.tr W\litiier School,. Phone TnS6 red ID08 FOR CONCESSIONS. Concession on thei' Montana State Fair (Trounds. September 25 ith to 30th, 1911. will be sold by settled bids on August 21st, 1911. Bidders must en close certified check for e5 per cent of the amlounlt of the bid. All Concessions Exolusive. RESTAI'RANT - ['nder (Irand Stand. which is equipped with range, cook Ing utensils, china, silverware, linen and all furniture. BAR-In (rand Stand only, includes cigars In Itar and one cigar standll In betting ring. Montana Malt Products must be sold. No wilne rooms. ('ONEY ISLAND STANI--In front of Grand Stand, includes Red Hots and Hamburger. (One stand only. No. walking privilege in Grand Stand. RACE PittllIRAM--Includes adver tisng and selling privilere. NOVIELTIEM-Thls C'onceslon n In cludes the sale of pennants, badges, toy whips, canes, toy balloons, flags, squakers and souvenirs. No walking privilege allowed. CONVECTIONERY CONCESSRRION Outside of Grand Stand. includles soft drinks, candy, popcorn, peanuts, chew ing kunl and cigars. Not more than two stands and walking privilege al lowed. CONPECTIONERY-Insilde of rand Stand enclosure, Includes soft drinks, candy, popcorn, peanuts, chewing gutn, and Ice cveam cones. One stand and walking privilege allowed. ICE ('REAM AND BUTTERMII.K TIts concession includes the retailing of Ice cream In cones or otherwise throughout the grounds outside of the Grand Stand, the retailing of Butter milk throughout the grounds outside of Grand Stand and the wholesale sell ing privilege of both products. The following concessions to be Io oated outside of Grand Stands CANDY WIiEl,,--(Not connected with general Confectionery concession. HOT WAFFLE STAND, JEIWELRY WHEEL, BIRD WHEEL. CANE AND KNIFE RACKS. COUNTRY STORE, JAPANESE, PING PONG PARLOR. Other concessions, not specifically mentioned, will be disposed of at space rates. Positively no free tickets to concessionaires or their employes, but all attendants must buy weekly tickets at $2.00 each for the week. All (cnn cessions payable in advance. Contract must be signed for all concessions. The Board of Directors reserve the right to annul the contracts of any and all concessionaires against whom any violation of the terms of contract are proven. The Hoard of Directors reserve the right to reject any and all bids. Bids must be addressed to the secretary of the State Fair and marked, "Bids for Concessions, Helena. Montana." LEWIS PENWEI.T., President. JAMESR A. SHOEMAKER, Secretary. I"rst publication August 12, 1911. Notice to Creditors. State of Montana, county of Mis SOUI lt-ss. Estate of Lawrence ILavey, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the under signed executrix of the last will of Lawrence Lavey, deceased, to the credi tors of. and all persons having claims against, the said de'c..ased ,to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first pub lcation of this notice, to the said exe cutrix, Mary Lavey, at the office of Hall & Patterson, First National Bank block, Missoula. Montana, the same be ing the place for the transaction of the business of said estate in the county of Missoula. MARY LAVEY, Executrix of the estate of lawrence Lavey, deceased. Dated, Missoula, Montana, August 18, 1911. 8-19-26-9-2-9 Notice. Realed bids will be received at the office of the county clerk aned recorder of Mlssoulia county tip to 10 o'clock a. In., the 23rd day of August. 1911, for the construction of two fills on the county road between St. Ignatius and Itonan. One of the fills is Incated about one and one-half miles north of St. Ignatius, and the other fill is located about three miles south of Itonan, at Crow creek. There will be about 2,000 yards of dirt to be moved. Plans and specifications may be seen at the office of James IH. Bonner, county surveyor, who will supervise the work. The board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. By order of the board of county commis sioners. D. T. CURRAN, Chairman. Attest: 1'. W. K'PIIPAL, Clerk. Notice to Creditors. State of Montana, county of Mis soula-ss. Estate of Charles Smith, deceased. Notice Is hereby given by the under signed executrix of the last will of c'harles Smith, deceased .to the credi tors of, and all Ipersons having claims against, the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the cecessary vouchers., within foutr montihs after the first puh lcatlion of tills notie', to the said exe cutrix, Nancy IE, Smith, at the offlice of Itall & PIatterson, First National Banik block, Missoula, Montana, tilhe samne being tile place for the transac tion of tile bsiulness of said estate In the cutnty of Mlunssoula. NAN('Y E. SMITH. Executrix of the estate of C(harles Smilthi, deceased. Dated at Missoula, Mentana, August 18. 1911. 8-19-26--9-2-9 Ti'e Mas.achusetts Institute of Tech nology will make a year's researrh wrk linto the higher 0coo01idlC i the electric vehicle. Professional Directory DR. E. H. PREEZE Physician and Surgeon Spelal attention to diseases of women Suite 47 Higgins Blook. Third Floor. Office Telephone 517. Residence Telephone 612. O8CIETY DIRECTORY WOr)DMEN OF TIIHE WORLD, CAMP NO 773-Meets the second and fourth Friday nights of each month. Odd Fellows' hall annex. J. E ABBEY, C. C. R. R. WILBUR, Clerk. KNI(OITSR OT' ('OLUMBUR. MIS n1OULA c'IUNC'II, NO 1021-Meets In Odd FIell','Ax hall first and third T'llhursday ,ve..lnngs of each month. A. P. QI:INN, (rand Knight. D. W. FITZPATRICK. Fin. See. MISSOULA LODOG NO. 13, A. F. & A. M.-Regular meetlngs first and third Tuesdays In Masonic temple. AI.FRFE) V'. MINER. W. M. A. J. iUREITENHTEIN, Becretary. WEFTERN SUN CHAPTER NO 11, R. A. M.--Meets first and third Fri. drys of each month in Masonic Temple. A. C. MINER, H. P. 8. H. M'CALI,, Secretary. HARMONY LODGE. U. D. A. F. & A. M.-Meets in 1. 0 O. F. hall first and third Frl days of each month. The craft is especially Invited. P. H. KNISI.EY, W. M. C. R. AVERY, Secretary. MIRROITLA LODOII NO. 7. SCAN DINAVIAN BROTHEltlHOOD OF AMERICA-Meets every second and fourth Tuesday evening at Odd Fel lows' annex. NEIIS BAKKE, President. A. K. ANDERSEN, Rec. See. OSCAR IllIJiNG. Fin Sec. MISSOULA AERIE NO. i32, i. O. E. - Meets first and third Tuesdays of each month at 7:30 p. m. at Eagles' hall, West Main. J. R. FROMAN. W. President. JAMES A. BAKER. Secretary. S'II.LLER LODcE NO. 4, SONS OF IHERMANN-Meets in Eagles' hail first and third Sundays of each month at I o'clock '. m. H. C. SONNTAGO, President. F. W. KUPHAL, Secretary. MISSOULA CAMP NO. 5329. M. W. A.-Regular meetings first and third Thursdays at 8 p. m.: foresters' drill second and fourth Thursdays, S p. m., Masonio hall. A. BCRANCON. Consul. HENRY BLAKELY, Clerk, 137 HIggins Ave. UNITED ARTISANS-Meets every first and third Tuesday at Odd IelI lows' hall annex, at 8 p. m. RALPH W. TVR,. M. A. S. L. DUNHAM, Secretary. R. P. O. ., HELL GATE LODGE NO. 833-Meets second and fourth Tuesdays at Masonic temple. JAS. M. RHOADES., x. Ruler. DAN J. HEYFRON. Secretary. Office 11s First National Bank hlock, Second floor. MODERN BROTHERHOOD OF A M E RI T A, UNIVERSITY CITT LODGE NO. 1391-Meots In Odd Pet. lows' hall, second and fourth Tuesday nights In each month at I o'clock. JAMES L. WALLACE. ercretary. Rooms I11-13 Montana building. ROYAl. HIGHTANDERR-Meet first and ,nlrd Thursdny of each nlonth in I. O. G. F. hall annex. MRS. HELEN C. LYONS, T. P. Independent phone 1117. P. P. KERN, Secretary. 110 Madison St.. Ind. Phone 697. MISSRROULA NEST NO. 1304 ORDER OF OWILS. Meets every Fourth Wednesday of each month in Union hall at 8 pr m. JOHN P. MILER,. Pres. A. K ANDERRFEN. Ro. Sen. Notio for Publication. Department of the Interior, United States Land Office at Missoula, Mon tana, August 7, 1911. Notlce Is he'reby given that Winfred' S. Sellmitz of Lothlrp, Montana, who, on March 4, 1909, mnladalomestead en try No. 01210, for lota 3 and 4. east half southwest quarter section 30, township 13 north, range 22 west. M. M.. has filed notice of Intention to make final five-year prnor to establlshI claim to the land above descrlibed. be fore register and receiver, at Missoula, Montana, on the 12th day of Septelnber, 1911. Claimant names as witnesses: F. W. E. Schmitz, Frank Sherman, W. M. Schmitz, J. A. McCann, all of lrothrop, Montana. JOSIAH SHL'LL, Rteglster. 8-9-9-9-11. Construction of Ditch and Plume. Sealed proposals will be re.olved by the Trull C(reek Water comlpany, We'is dom, Mont., untIl 8 o'clock p. m. Au gust 21, 1911, when they will be opened, for the above mentioned work. The work Involves the following: th.. excavation of approximatetly 90,000 cuble yards of earth, lighllt gravel, sand and clay. 20,000 cubic yards of earth and loose rock alnd the construction of 3,2,50 fleet of flume. Plans and spectflcations can be obtalned by applying to the secretary or the offlee of the engineer at W\'ldomn. Monlt. The Trail Creek W.atr 'omitany re serves the right to I.'Jtt any and all bids and to atccelt whatever bidl may, In Its judgment, he most fa\'vorable. The time for the openinlg of the above bid s exttended until Septetn bher 1, 1911, at 8 o'coelek p. in. 0. J. WOODI)oTtTHI, Secretary. Wisdom. Mnntanta. Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior, United States Land Offlce at Minsoula, Mon tana, Augtust 7, 1911. Notlee is hereby given that Wlmner Otis Tindall of t'Crlton, Montana, who, on June 7, 1911, mntde Ire-emption entry No. 03474, for southwest quar ter northwest quarter, northwest qluar' ter southwest quarter section 21. township 11 north, range 20 west, M. M., has filed notice of intention to make final pre-etmptlon prolof to es tablish claim to the land above de scribed, before register and receiver, at Missoula, Montana, on the 11th day of September, 1911. Claimant names as witnesses: Willian McClalp, Henry MeClain. William Wesley, J. P. auest, all of Carlton, Montana. JOSIAH BIIUULL, Rellster. +i-9-8"*i*1l Farm Lands Hoverson & Stephensm 104 East Main Street Bell Phone 203 $100 Down On elther or these houses; balanoe seasy monthly payments at 5 per cent. $1,750 Pour-room modern cottage. good location on south side. This Is a czy houm., and the fifth room only needs plastering to complete. $1,850 Six.room modern brick dwelling., near Northern Pacific hospital. You could not build it for the money. MONEY TO LOAN. W. R. Van Valen Real Estate Loseno and Insuraenee. Suite 4, Higgins leeok. Over Crescent Dry Goods Store. Bell Phone 523. Ind. Phone 48 W.R.GLASSCOCK 124 Main Street Blackfoot Lands Relinquishmeit 120 ACRES-30 acres timothy meadow; 5 acres garden; 70 acree more can be cultivated; easily Irri gated; house 12x14; price, $500. Taylor & Pearson Real Estate and. Insuranoe Office over Beeson A Armetroneg' Phone, 1724. Missoula, Mont. FOR RENT 4-room modern house, 614 Blaine street, $15.00. " 4-room house, newly papered and painted, 1226 Cooper street, $10. 4-room house, 1030 Cooper street, $12.oo. 4-room modern flat, near Hig. gins avenue on Cedar street, .240. 5-room modern, partly funalshed, 626 South Sixth west; plenty at fruit, $17.00. 7-room modern house, partlj furnished, on South First street, $30.00. W. L. GASSERT Room 16 Higgins Blook. Phone 676 Black. Another Big Snap Ten ilandy Its on Woodford street for $10(H) and one a cor. nIr lot. It "IIl never occur again. Ten dltays to malke sale. We havie IlOnney to loan. How is your Fire Insuranee? Boothlb, Mcltesh & Fisher 115 Higgins Ave. TEN ACRES Very choIel- and fine: fenced and un der cultivation; 300 sUeet cherry trees. No buildings. Will sell cheap. W. He Smead Co. .THE GOODS Look Nioe, Smell Nie., and when you get them home, they Taste Nice. Bread just like "Ma.mma used to make." Only two of the comments on Jones' home-made bread, etc. ROYAL BAKERY. 520 8. Higgins avenue. Phones: Ind.. 1697: Bell, 415. Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior. United States Land (Office at Missoula, Mon tana. August 7, 1911. N.oti(. is hereby given that George A. Benneltt, of llMssoula, Montano, who, oen (jctlber 27, 1905, made homestead entry No. 3002, No. 0950, for southeast quarter southwest quarter, north halt isouthwesit quarter, southeast quarter Inrthwaest quarterPecetloa 10, townuhlp 12 north, rang . 20 west, M. M., has filed notice of intention to make final five-year proof to establish olaim to the land above described before reg iater and receiver at Missoula, Mon tana, on the 15th day of Septumber, I11. Ct!dlmnnt names as witnesses: John Maloney, Tyler Worden, DaYid t'alh:un, John Buckhouse, all of M.l souli, Montana. JOSIAH, SHU*LL 9-9-9-9-11. f The opening of the P48a La 1 il expected to stimulaite Me . of Central American lat4s tld arubaeological treasurei, , , . . .. , i . , - + - , ..... ~ .,i+++ ++.