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a ,-I W *LM I YV RAL RAA & mI a 4 ,of...... . .. n ...-, a . a . Daily Puzzle EXERCISE. S Now baseball's dead, It will not rust How will the fan You bet your life; Still use the voice He'll practice now That led the van? Upon 4ls wife. Where II a neighbor? Answer to yesterday's puzzle: Upsilde down, on wall. Classified Adrtislng Rates Per word, each time.................. cent I Per line, per month................75 cents All ads must be ordered for a stated length of time. 'Orders for ads to be taken out must be 1s the offidi before I p. m. Minimum Charge, 1I Cents. HELP WANTED-FPMALL A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE work. 600 UIiveralty avenue. WANTED-YOUNG GIRL *rO AS slit with housework. Apply morn. ings, 614 South Third street. YOUNG GIRL TO WORK FOR board and room while attending - school. 804 Univereity avenue. GIRL TO HELP WITH GENERAL housework on ranch, close to town; ctat,, wages desilre.1. Address Ranch. I -Muloulian. HELP WANTED, WANTED-7,000 RY. MAIL, POST office, customs clerks; mail car- I riers; Missoula, Mont. examlna itons coming. Send for free sam pie questions.from previous exami- I nations. Frahtkli ISktltitute, Dept. 211 J, Rochester, N. T. MEN AND WOMA". TO LEARN barber trade in akht weeks; tools free; secured over 1i,b00 positions for graduates last WY?;. Unable to supply the demand; g.agluates earn $16 to $85 weeklyr egtalogue free. Moler System Caolesl, 286 Main pvenue, Spokane. Wa. HOUISEKEPIN4 ROOM$ FOR RUNT I 61, SOUTH 4TH W. PIRNISHED; 211 WEST ISPIRUCE. TWO MODERN RQOM8,. $8. 740 Poplar street. LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS; $13. 515 South Fifth west. FURNISHED ROOMS FOR LIGHT housekeeping. 827 East Front. HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS; MODERN, at 513 South Fourth street west. MODERN; COAL OR GAS; OPPO: site Episcopal church. 225 Adams. TWO STRICTLY MODERN, $13.50 per month. Call mornings. 508 South Third street. FOUR ROOMS FURNISHED FOR housekeeping; modern, $15.00 per month. 508 River street. FOR RENT-TWO NICELY FUR nished rooms for light housekeeping. Inquire 417 South Third street. THREE LARGE HOUSEKEEPING rooms, furnished, In npdemn house, $15: also four rooms, partly fur nished, modern, $18; both apart ments have rooms arranged for renting separately; corner Second and Urlin avenue, opposite N. P. hos pital. Phone 94 orange. HIDES AND JUNK. HrIGa MST PRICEI PAID FOR b hides and Junk by the Western Hide & Junk Co., 611 West Cedar street. Bell 1068 red; Ind. 1740. MONTANA JUNK CO.. SCHATS . Relner, Proprietors. Highest prices pAId for. all kinds of scrap Iron, rubber, metals, dross and hides. 186 S. Arisons sta t, Butte, Mont. Vbous lad. 153l DRESSMAXINMI SEWING OF ANY KIND; REASON. able. 528 Howell. MRS. WILKERSON, $84 EAST Cedar, formerly with Spencer's store, fashlonable dressmaking and ladles' tailoring. Ind. 3591. .CARPET WEAVING. CARPET WXAVINO: AL8O INGRAIN rus,. NMts, 1013 Cooper streetl nhnnes. Bell 881 red: Ind, 1204. TO XONANGEL TO E X CHAN GE -,'IV-ROOM house tood =1ua wOo rk horses. A~piF. 7o6p~h el 09o11feot60 ery, WANTED-SALESMEN. NURSERY SALESMEN WANTED Large line; cash each week; exclu- * sive territory; liberal terms. Yakl ma Valley Nursery company. Top penish, Wash. SALESBMEN WANTED TO SELL our superior line of nursery stock; can give choice of territory; cash paid weekly and outfit turnlshed. Pacific Nursery Company, 308 Cor bett building, Portland, Oregon. AN OPPORTUNITY FOR A LIVE man selling our guaranteed, Yakima I Valley grown nursery stock; ex elusive territory; outfit free; gash weekly; "hustle," not experience, re quired. Toppenish Nuroery com pany, Toppenish. Wash. SITUATION WANTED--EMALL. LADY WANTS WORK BY THE day. Phone Ind. 1284 WANTED--CURTAINS TO LAtiN der. Inquire 1003 Vine street, or Ind. phone 3116. PCIITION ON RANCH AS HOUSE keeper where there is no other woman. F. S., care Missoulian. S ITUATIONS WANTED-MALL "WE CLEAN CHIMNEYS AND WORK by the day. Bell Phone 1036. EXPERIENCED OFPICE MAN, trained in all lines of office work, wants position; good references. - Address Lee, Missoullan otfice. SA GOOD CARPENTER WANTS work; put up or build anythiAj; no difference where the work is or a what it is. Address M. M., Mlssou Ilan. FOR RSNT-PURNiSHED ROML. r COBYT ROOM. 516 EAST FRONT - street. - 515 SOUTH FIFTH WEST, $6.00 PER month. 0 610 GERALD AVENUE. APPLY IN evening. S . W. C. A. HOME. 307-309 EAST Cedar street. r NTIELiY FURNISHED ROOM. 325 East Front. I, ONE ROOM, . MODERN:; GENTLE men preferred. Apply 608 South Fifth street west. *. STEAM HEAT, $2.50 PER WEEK for two persons, call mornings. 508 0 South Third street. NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS; HOT and cold water; over Schlossberg's it store. Inquire at store. FURNISHED ROOMS, FULLY MOD ern, two blocks east Montana block. R. H. Smith, 288 Washington. STEAM HEATED, DESIRABLE rooms in central part of city, by the G month, for men roomers; modern e, conveniences; rates very moderate. Inquire at Cobban Realty Co. t SMPLOYMENT AGENCIES. RED CROOI EMPLOYMENT AGCY., I W. Front. Bell phone, 732; Ind. . P. O. Bts 116. 8 NAVIAN AMERICA, I LA 7R AgenOy, 130 West Fropt .phone Ir Fli, 94; Ind. 2313. WATED--WOMAN COOlS, $80 AND $50: girl for housework. $;5. Grand Pacelfic Employment Co., 3I7 Rig Bins avenue. .i WANTED-WOMEN HOTEL COOKS, $50; pastry cook, $40; one' waitress, $40: waitress, 330; girl for boarding house, $80; women on ranch, $35; 15, 004ryard dith' for contract. Leave your address for position. Western Employment office, lT FOR SALE OR TRADE. EQUITY IN NEW, MODERN, SEV. on-room home; small cash payment or city lots. Address Home, Missou Ilan. PN OR RENT-PURNI&H4D HOUSES. FOR RENT-FIVE-ROOM, .PARTLY firMisbed house, olose la on Alder street. Wheeldon, IM FIVE ROOMs COMPLETELY. FUR Sj nlshbed; modern: 1114 Vine stret. Room 601 Montans buldlf."' FOR ALE-.4ITY REAL ESTATE FIVE-ROOM HOUSE. INQUIRE 1281 Cooper street: phone Ind. 1409. MODERN FOUR-ROOM HOUSE; south side; terms. Box 348, Mis soula. FOUR ROOMS; BLAINIE STEET; $1,680; eamy payments. Inquire room 27 Higgins block. FOR BALM OR TRADE-FOUR room cottage, South Fourth west. Inquire S. C. Juda, M. M. Co. NEW, MODERN, MIX-ROOM HOUSE, nlcely located; bargain; trade for - Orchard Home. C. A. H.. Misonu lian. ON CORNER OF KEITH AND I Helen avenuis In Hammond Addl tion, lot 9O184 feet; $1,000 cash. M. Harnois, box 248, city. MTOP PAYING RENT; BUT A IOCE I home for $1.450; easy payments; No. ill Defoe stret, crner Holmes street; house and two lots; go see Vt. F P. D. Whisler, owner; room t, Higgins block. FOR BALE-IN GLENWOOD PARK, two largl corner lots, fenced, two room house, concrete foundation: good barn, buggy shed and wood shed, all painted and nearly new: Will make a good chicken ranchl one blook from Hillns avenlI; price. , $1,000.00; 88LO. cash, balance $8.00 per month. Owner. 737 Miant Front street; Bell phone 403 red. "oR SALE---AI. OSTATL. STOCK FARMS PROM $5 TO #153 per asre, all slses. R. M. & 0. L. Cobban. Big Timber, Montiana. FOR ISAL-tWNDIAN . LANDS, RWU lnqtt4lhdhents and town property on ithe leAthead Indlap reservation, Montana. Address '"The Flathead -Athd Company." Ronan, Montaba. bot 18.11 FOR BALM, ORCHARD HOMES- Five acres; good house: 10-inch water right; best of soil: all kinds of fruit; dow, horse, buggy, wagon, o tahkens. and toolsi one and one quarter miles from townl would trade to! ranch property. F. J. H., care Missoullan. FOR GALE-RANCHES. a DANDY TWO-ACRE HOME; NO - dust; chickehns and fruit; one and h one-half miles up Rattlesnake. Deer Ing, Route No. 3. = FO R- NTJ-RANCHI-ES. FRUIT. GRAIN AND HAT ,RANCH In Bitter Root; long or short lease; E cash renters only. Z., Missoullan. 1,700-ACR]' RANCH; qOOD BUILD Ings; deeded water right; 600 acres in mr ay; will rent ft taken at once, for three yeias Address C. F., care of Missoullan I D ONr F RE -T-HOUBEL MOD ERN FLAT. 4311 WEST Spruce. HOUSE AND BARN. APPLY 602 K East Cedar. SPLENDID FIV-ROOM HOUSE. 788 Woodford street. k, FIVE-ROOM I$ODERN APARTMENT 31 Seouth Ilooftd. Phone Il6 Red. ' BPAtiIMD lVE-ROOlM ROUSE, to 7$8 Woodfor4 street, $16. Phlne 288. or __ _ u3 NEW. FOUR-R00M BUNQALOW: fl)1 basement; modern. Apply 1080 Sbouth Second. S. -3---~--" S- rXraOOlM COTTAGE, 1 1 3A8T FT Pi4. lnqdlte U, NR. 1nons; 813 Rilpins avenue. SIV.-ROOM MODVERRq FLAT: a.nge, shadds and linoleum. Call _ 16 South Sixth street east. sIX-ROOM HOUSE; MODERN range and shades 11114 Vine street. Room 608, Montana building. BOWLAND APARTMENT "E" WILL be for rent October 6;: nothing bet ter. Wheeldon: both phones. SEVEN-ROOM MODERN HOUSE; 402 South Sixth street east. Ad dress P. O. box 5, Superior, Mont. FIVE-ROOM MODERN HOUBP. COR- - nor Clay and East Front streets, one I block from business center. H. Kohn. BIX-ROOM HOUSE-WILL RENT after September 12; clone In, on Brooks street. Telephone $43 black. GOOD sIX-ROOM HOUBS WITH bath and cellar. Inquire 625 East I Front street, or phone 183 black. Paul Gerber. ONE SIDn OF DOUBLE HOUSE, close In; five rooms; modern, new range, cellar; $15. Inquire 641 East Front street. FOR RENT-LARGE 8-ROOM MOD ern house, in good location on south side. RSent q80. Heaters, range and lnolei will be furnished. J. O. L., care moisolian. Or I'-INTw M lSCEtLLANfIOUS. VACU %ET C.WqANZ1R FOR tent t.ft ay. W. W. Wickes, I o00 Soth h west. Pt(I.TRY AND CieSS FOR BALE-1O0 GAME CHICKENS. John W. Fraser. "MADE - IN - MISSOULA" SPRING ohlokens: frys, broilers and roaters. Blsbee Bros., phone 8621 Dlaek. MONRY TO LOAN. MONEY TO LOAN. FRANK P. Keith. OIGHT PER CENT MONEY ON CITY and ranch prnprty. W. R. Vaa Valens SI110,41 TO LOAN AT 8 PER CENT en good seoourty. M. RI C. Smith, ronm 1S OS1L Ngotan bulidia. SGENERAL ITOXISNA , HOUSIIMOLD goods, merchandle, fruit and vege* tables; everythlnl on earth. J. W. Reeley, 784 West Cedar. .FOR TRADE v Uplendid corner. 100x130 feet. 6-room house, electric lights and a water; other Valunhle improve- M ments; slose In on the south al side. Prieo, $8,.500. Will trade ft for good rooming house In Mis- al soula and receivl or pay differ- IT ence, 0. . S. OSIR REALTY CO. Firt National Bank Bloek. Phoneb-Sell, 270; Ind., 3315. UI NESI8 OPPORTUNITII I BARBER SHOP FOR SALE, $225.00; good hotel shop; ahaves, 25 cents. Address P. 0. box 84, Hamilton, f Mont. b I FOR BALE-FIRBT-CLAB8 WHIT E cafe in booming town; new railroad t atarted; central location. For par- d ticulars address box 45, Dillon, Mon tana. FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUL. FURNITURE FOR SALE. 414 EAS t Front. I FOR SALE-AMIESRICUS CIDER c mill. Phone 7408. 5 60,000 BACKS FOR SALCE, CHEAP. - t Western Hide. & Junk Co. DRY COTTONWOOD, CHEAP. Phone 486 red, for delivery. i 1,000 FEET A 1 MAPLE FLOORINO. Inquire 1284 Toole avenue. OLD PAPERS FOR SALE AT MIB- I S oullan offices t0e a hundred. " A GOOD PIAkO, CHEAP; A BAR gain for someone. 507 River street. PRACTICALLY NEW ROUND OAK Chief range: large size; waterfront Bell phone 903. FOR SALE - THOROUGHBRED ' Stch Collie pups. Call 785 red; 5913 Clevelahd. MAJESTIC RANGE. NEVER USED, 6 platmes reservoir. Apply 608 South Fifth street west. RUGB, TABLES, CHAIRS. BEDS and other hou ehold furnituft. 218 O South Fifth FOR SALE-TWO UPRIGHT HEAT Ing Stoves, cheap; one large and one small. Reely's warehouse. FOR SALE-ONE REMINGTON F1 typewriter, in good condition; used ;: daily, $35.001 a bargain. Address box 7,. Deer Lodge, Mont. ) FURNITURE. NEWW AND BSIQOND In hand: I pay highest price fto" mBe ir ond-hand household goods. IHaI Of Jensen. W. Main; $19 blk:; ld. 1754. COMPLEJTE SETS OF TWAIN, POE, Stevenson. Shakespeare, Dickens, 7T People's Natural History and many others. all richly bound. Apply 508 E. Front. 02 NEW AND SECOND-HAND PURNI- ac ture and stoves bought and sold; V4 furniture repaired: prices reason able. R. C. Stookton, 827 South C, Higsins; Ind. 18o1. o OtC. SALE, CH*AP--POUR POOL A aJd one billiard table, with equip " nt complete. In first-class condl. 9. on; a bargain, Address box 7, - esr Lodge. Mont. WY VJANDLE ALL KINDS AND ALL letathe of wood and save you the mI4dleman's prorJL Give us a trial c4 SOd be convlnc. Phone long dil t!nos at our e nase or mail your 81 ardsr to Evard Wholesale Wood- V vird, Evaro, Mot. cl cI WANTED-M"I'PLLANKOUS V, WANTED TO BORROW--38,500 at , 3 per cent for three or five years:; a A I security. Address W. L, E., a care Missoullan. WANTED-CLEAN COTTON RAGS. None but cotton rags will be ac- I cepted. Good price paid. Come to Missoullan office. A LOST AND FOUND. LOSTr-MONEY ORDER FOR 14.50, Dayable to the Ladles' Home Jour nal. Return to 782 Monroe street. ICE CREAM FREEZER TAKEN E from Dr. Dunlway's residence Sep- b tember 22. Finder please call Bell a phone 446 black I LOST-BETWEEN SISTERS' HOS pital and jouth side, lady's sliver 9 watch with gold rim on case, and - black chain. Pinder please return to Mlssoullun office for reward. HATTIR. ti HATS CLEANED AND BLOCKED. Hat Box. 110 East Cedar. HATS TRIMMED, REMODNYLED: style and workmanship guaranteed. 518 South Fourth street west. WOOD iAWINQ. FOR STRATTON' s WOODBAW leave orders M Bonner's grocery. Bell 114. ROOM AND BOARD. 650 WEST PINE; $25.00. ROOM AND BOARD FOR ONE OR two young men. 817 Hilda. FOR SALE $8,200 - $-room modern house; two lots, fruit and shade trees; barn and woodshed: choice locatioL House alone could not be built for the price. Terms, Orr*MciNkhel Realty Co. Phones: Bq41, 1"s8; Ind,, 604. Office, 402-40*4 ontana.Bldg. AL Mineral Entry No 0OU6W-Appiloatien fer Patent. United States land office, Missoula, Montana. July 18. 1911. Notice Is hereby given that William Orus, Jr., by and through Frank Woody, his attorney In fact, has made application for United States patent for the "Lena" lode mining claim, situated in Cedar creek (unorganised) mining district, in Missoula county, state of Montana, consisting of fif teen '11,500) linear feet of the vein, lode or deposit, bearing gold, silver, lead and other valuable minerals, and surface ground as shown upon thd official plat flied therewith, being sur vey No. 8737, and described in the 01 field notes and plat of the official survey on file in this office, with magnetic variation at 21 degree, 52 minutes east, as follows: Commenclng at post No. 1, idtntical = with the northwest location corner from which T,. S. L. M. No. 8787 bears south 62 degrees. 40 minutes east, 685.6 feet, and running thence C north 38 degrees, 15 minutes cast 600 ft feet to post No. 2; thence south 51 0 degrees, 45 minutes cast. 1,500 feet to post No. 8: thence south 38 degrees, 51 minutes west. 600 feet to post No. - 4: thence north 51 degrees. 45 minutes weet, 1.500 feet to post No. 1, the 9 place of beginning, and containing a C total area for which patent is ap- 1 plied, of 20.66001 acres. There are no known adjoining or X conflicting claims. JOSIAH SHUIL,. Register. *. 2-9-16-23-30--9-6-13-20-27-10-4. Alias lummons. State of Montana, County of MIs- ' . soula-ss. In the justice's court of Frenchtown township, before Eugene Wessinger, - I. Justice of the peace. Fred Walters and William F. Thorn, I plaintiffs, versus Harry G. Otis, de- d I* fendant. 'The state of Montana to the above - named defendant, greeting: L You are hereby summoned to appear t- and answer before me, Eugene Weas Ssinger, a justice of the peace, In and K for the county of Missoula, at my of t fice in Lothrop. on the 15th day of October, A. D. 1911, at 2 o'clock p. m., of said day, to the complaint of the D above named plaintiffs. In a civil ac I; tion to recover the sum of $224.60, and the costs of this action for wares and - merchandise to William F. Thorn, . 8$211.90 for board, to Fred Waiters h $9.70, all sold and delivered to you at your special request and Instance. And is you fall to appear and answer 41 as above required, judgment will be 18 taken against you according to com plaint. Given under my hand this 25th day " of September. 1911. 1o EUGENE WESSINCIER, Justice of the Peace. 9-27-10-4-11-18. N A Notice for Publioation. as Department of the interior, United States land office at Missoula. Mon tana, September 25, 1911. S Notice Is hereby given that Joseph 9 A. Lebert, of St. Regis, Montana, who, on January 29, 1906, made homestead * entry 3052, serial No. 0973, for the southeast quarter of the southeast quarter, west half of southeast quar ter, squtheast quarter of thq south west quertar of section 36, fownship i, 18 north of range 26 west, Montana r meridian, has filed notice of Intention 08 to make final five-year proof to estab lish claim to the land above described, before register and receiver, at MIs f- soula, Montana, on the 18th day of No d; vemer, 1911. n-. He names as witnesses: Adolph th Castonguay of Frenchtown, Montana; Oden Odell'of St. Regis, M(lntana: Au gust .Bwaison of It. R eg, Montana; )L Alex Lebejt of Huson, Montana. p- JOSIAH iHUL1 Register. 11- 9-27-10-28-1911 Netice to Creditos. - State of Montana, County of MIs L soula-se. he Estate of Waiter Hollensteiner, de fal ceased. i.- Notice is hereby given by the under ur signed administrator of the estate of d- Walter Hollenhtelner, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims agalnst, the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the - first publication of tiis notice, to the said Darwin A. Sheldon, administrator, 'a at the office of A. Besancon, rooms 400 E., and 403 Montana building, in the city of Missoula, Montana, the same being the place for the transaction of the 18 business of said estate In the county of L' Missoula, Montana. to DARWIN A. SHELDON, Administrator of the estate of Walter Hollenstelner. deceased. Dated Sept. 30, 1911. 10-4-11-18-25. Bids Wanted. Bids will be received up to $ p. m. October 4, 1911, at the office of H. J. Hamill, architect, for remodeling the Mlssoula hotel. Plans and speclfl cations can be had at room 230, fourth floor, First Natltnal Bank building. - C. ANDERSON. Manager Missoula Hotel. 9-27-10-4. For transplanting trees a Colorado man has invented a derrick mounted on a wagon frame, which will lift a tree from the ground, roots and all. Another Bargain Qood 5-roomhouse, big barn and woodshed, 112%x180 feet of ground, on a corner: splendid location; on!y half-block from street car line. We can sell this for only $2,100: 8800 makes the deal, balance like rent. It is a snap. How is your Fire Insurance? Beek , Mcdats & Fisher 115 Higgins Avenue. New 4-Room Cottage In South Misuoula addition is strlotly modern; has 2 lots (60x180) for only #1,500, $500 cash. N. M PEDERSEN 213.214 Montana I1k. Bll Phone 480 INSURANCE FIREF-LIFE-ACCIDENT GOOD SERVICE, GOOD COMPANIES Pettitt & Osborne 108-110 Eaet Main. Profeional Diectr - L. C. DOLTON Atterney-st.Law B. & A. Building. DR. L H. PFREZE Physioaln and Surgoen Special attention to diseaes of women. Suite 47 Higgins Ulook, Third Fleer. I Office Telephone 617. Rosldenee Telephone 61. KIRO.PRACTIC The Kiro-Practor never treats of facts, or uses medicines, surgery, oate* opathy or massasre, but by skeletal ad justments removes the cause and per mits nature to restore you to health. S. W. HUDSON, D. C. S. and A. Building, Missoula, Mont. 8001ETY DIRECTORY. WOODMEN OP THE WORLD, CAMP NO. ?l7-Meets the second and 1 fourth Frlday nights of each month, i odd Fellows' hall annex. J. E. ABBET, C. C. R. R. WILBUR, Clerk. B KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS, MIB SOUIA COUNCIL NO. 1021-Meets In k Odd Fellows' hall first and third Thursday evenings of each month. A P. QUINN, Grand Knight. r D,. W. FITZPATRICK, Pin. Sec. MIBBOULA LODGE NO. 18, A. F. & A. M.-Regular meetlnls first and third Tuesdays In Masonic temple. ALIFRED C. MINER. W. M. n A. X, BREITENSTEIN, Secretary. WiSTIRN SUN CHAPTER. NO. 11, t, R. A. M.-Meets first and third -ri. days of each month In Maaonlo temple. A. C. MINER, H. P. e 8. H. W'CALL. lecretary. AHARMONY LODGE. U. D. A. F. & A. M.--MeU s In I. O. d 0. P. hall first and third Mondays of each month. The I craft Is especially Invited. I, " F. H. KNIT.EY, W. . M. C. R. AVIUtY, Becretary. Md rBSOTLA L,61OD NO. . SCAN. d DINAVIAN BROTHERHOOD OF n. AMERICA-Meets every second and , fourth Tuesday evening at Odd Fel It towe' annex. NESLA BAKKE. President ar A. K. ANDERSEN, Rec. See. OSCAR HILDING, Pin. Beo. MISSOULA AERIE NO. S, F. 0. O. -Meets first and third Tuesdays of each month at 7:30 p. m. at Eagles' hall, West Main. J. It. ROMAN, W. President. JAMES A. BAKER, Secretary. ed 8CHILLFR LODMI NO. 4. SONS - OP HERMANN-Meets In eagles' hall first and third Bundays of each month h at 8 o'clock p. m. 10, H. C. SONNTAO, President. ad F. W. KUPHAL, Seoretary. he Lt MI8BOULA CAMP NO. 6529. M. W. r. A.-Relular meetings first and third h. Thursdays at 8 p. m.: foresters' drill lip second and fourth Thursdays, 8 p. m., na Masonic hall. on A. PItEANCON, consul. b- HENRY BLAKELYT, Clerk, sd, tIS Higgins Ave. Is o- UNITED ARTISANS-Meets every first and third Tuesdays at Odd Fel ph lows' hall annex, at 8 p. m. a, RALPH W. IVlE. M. A. u. L. DUNHAM, Becretary. B. P. 0. ... lIEL GATE LODGE NO. III-Meets second and (ourth Tuesdays at Masonle to ple. JAS. M. RHOADE9, :Ex. Ruler. DAN J. HEP'RO ecretary. Office 11ii Frst Ndational Bank le- block, second floor. MODERN BROTH1RHOOD .P Ar- AME RICA, UNIVERBITY CITY of LOD(I NO. 1891-Meets In Odd FPe. he lows' hall, second and fourth tuesday aI nights In each month at 8 o'clock. to AMEB L. WALLAC'. Secretary. y Rooms 511.-3 Montana bullding. ROYAL HIGHLANDI)Rs-Moeet first and third Thursdays of each month In 1. O. 0. F. hall annex. MRS. HELEN C. LYONS, 1. P. Independent Phone 1117. F P. KERN. Secretary. 120 Madison St., Ind. Phone 697. I MIBSSOTYLA NEST NO. 1304. ORDER OP OWLSR-Meets every fourth Wednesday of each month In Union hall at I p. m. JOHN P. MILLER, Pres. A. K. ANDERSEN, Ree. Bea. LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE-Meets i every second and fourth Thursdays of each month at Eagles' hall. DAN O'HERN. Dictator. WM. E. KRANICH, Secretary. THE COURT OF HONOR-Meets flrst and third Fridays In I. 0. O. F. annex. Pays death, sick and accident benefits. You do not have to die to win. Phone Ind. 1387. A. H. KENNEDY, Recorder. D W. PENNY, State Manager. NOTICE FOR BALE-A new 3-room plas tered house, lot 45x130; good loca tion; 5200 down, balance monthly; price, $1,06!0. Taylor Pearson RIAL ESTATE a INSURANCE, Offioee over Beeson & Armstrong's. Phone 1724. Missoula, Mont. RANCHES TO TRADE FOR CITY PROPERTY These are desirable lands valued at prices ranging from $15 to $S5 per acre and with water rights. W. H. Smead Company Phone 212 Red, Miesoula, Montana YOU CAN EAT, BUT CAN'T BEAT JONIIES' HOME-MADE BREAD. She, turning to her husband, said: "What shall we get, one loaf or three?" "Why, three. Don't bake bread while you can buy such bread as this. It's greati Another of the comments made in the Royal Bakery. Phones: Ind. 168.7 BDll 416; 520 B Higllns Ave. Homesteud Rdning Iilnt creek velley Blue Ribbon wheat. 20 tillable bench land: soelf rich, black loam, identical Ir Ity with the land that r i j wheat which was given fil mium at the Montana &AiO 1111, and In the vicinity of same land; four large, p-ag flowing springs would Iebg1111 least 80 acres of this ladiW acres of fine timber; finest of ture land adjoining can be leasedl a very nominal annual rental; 16xl cbhin, shingled, Well and neatly and well built ltroughl out: 240 -ods of woven wir6 fe.o"; endless quantities of timber c.g venlent; only eight miles from rIa. road and good town; sightly lo.o tion for buildings. This land, a - patented, would sell right now at $16 per acre, and three heace aI is only logical to believe, this lad In an Improved condition. will be worth $30 to $40 per acre. A tfat where a live man can make god surely and rapidly. Present homenteader has not flcient means with wheih to I. prove It. hence this propositiont i sell. We can make you a very snnable price for cash, and consider exchanging for real tate; but you must act quickly. Hovernon B Stephwen Office 104 Main SgreetO Lst (*eli Phone Sa, FOR SAL, 93,150-4-room "oderf, 4 feet ground, well good location. 93,500-U-roonm madetar 414" lot, a dandyt hobl.dl' l beautiful lot. 93,100-5-room modern and 4 tie gem; good loetle 95,300-3-room modern, o onoAth 4th street, 50sS15 tfet lW; terms. Money to Leat W. R. Va Vdow Suite 4, Higgins leek. Phaet O. NATIONAL BA-Hl Capitu. and surp 11"ellent facilities to t .yoar :buislaeeo.;ss. P.. LUSK -Preldent. P. H1. SLMORE1 Vii S. 4, WiwL; Nin, H. 3. IHOLT, AsswdItI Mimaul, Mo.nai;. CAPITAL ............................. 8URPLUS AND PROFITS..4O5 Offleres J. M. KEITH ...... ... S. J. COFFEE .......,,YVce A. R. JACOBS .............. R. C. OIDDINOGS ............ Aat. Diretoiee. J. M. Ketth, 5. . Coffo, J. a irm. G. T. McCultough. P. J. KiraeS Z Jacobs, Kenneth P..e. We pay I per cant per snnum -4 Savings Deposlts. WESTERN MONTANA NATIONAL BANI Mismoula, Montana. UNITED STATES DEPOSlTARY. CAPITAL ........................... 0, SURPLUS FUND .................. 0. A. WOLF .... ................Pre .t JOHN C LEHOU.......Vooe PresMebt J. H. T. RYMAN ...,ahe i Direeter. John 0. Morony, M. A. Flak, C , Wolf, John C. Lehbou, F. IL Wood J. H. T., Ryman. A GENERAL BANKING SUSINE TRANSACTED. CHAS. H. HMAR5 Embalmer and Funeral Ditecto CHAPEL FOR SERVICES. Ind. Phone 43. Bell 88I. Residenee 259 Blrok. 124 W. Main St, Competent Lady Aseletant. A General Bankingla actod.