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SWEET, LITTLE MISS. Ta-hn-ah heah you giggle, o('m on here, have It nveh! Sweet II'l' mise, sweet li'l' mle! Y't reg'lah hawdy kise Now ain't you feel ashame' youse'f, You shuah is tantalating! To treat you' man like die? .sy il', sweet 1i'1' mist. Where Is Little Miss? Answer to yt.sterdlay's Itwle: Upside down, be hind lady. Chlified Advertising Rates Per word, each time........,.....1 cent Per line, per month..,.........-7 cents All ads must be ordered for a stated lepgth of time. Orders for ads to be taken out must be In the office before $ p. m. Minimum Charge, 15 Cents. HELP WANTED-FEMALE. A GIRL PFOR GENERAL HOUSE work. a20 University avenue. WANTED-OIRL FOR OENERAL housework. 534 East Front street. WANTED-.OOOI) W(JMAN (COK for boarding house. 301 Patter street. WANTED--HIGH S0CH8 )L, GIRL T(l work for her board and room. Bell phone 1074. WAN..WD - TWO WAITRI B ESR 840.00; one woman cook, $40.00; onn woman cook, 835.00; one woman dishwasher, $26.00. 0. P. Employ. ment office, 327 Higgins avenue. HELP WANTED. WANTED - RAILWAY MAIL clerks; customs clerks; average $90 month; spring examinations in. Mis souls: sample questions free. Write Immediately Pranklin Institute, Dept. 210 L., Rochester, N. Y. MEN AND. WOMEN TO LEARN bbrber trade In eight weeks; special inducements now; percentage paid while learning; tools free; secured over 10,000 positions 1911; graduates earn $1I to $25 weekly; catalogue free. Moler System of Colleges, 226 Main avenue Spokane Wash. WANTED--ALESMEN. NURSERY SALESMEN WANTED Large lines; cash each week; exclu sive territory: liberal terms. Yaki ma Valley Nursery company, Top penish, Wash. AN OPPORTUNITY FOR A LIVE man selling our guaranteed Yakima Valley grown nursery stock: ex clusive territory: outfit free: cash weekly; "hustle," not experience, re quired. Toppenish Nursery com pany, Toppenlsh. Wash. AGENTS WANTED HIGHER CLASS OR BETTER PAY Ing employment than that of repre senting a leading nursery company is not to be had. If you are am bitious to better your condition, the opportunity lies before you In en tering our employ. Salem Nursery company, Salem, Oregon. SITUATIONS WANTED. MAN AND WIFE WANT POSITION on ranch of camp. Address A. L., care Mlssoullan. ODD JOBS ON AFTERNOONS AND Saturdays for University students at Ile per hour. Tel. to UInlverslt YOUNG COUPLE WITH TWO CHIL dren, aged 8 and 5 years, .want posrl tion on term or ranch; husband is carpenter but wants a chance to do something else; no experience in farm work: want tree transportation and job for a year; state wages. R. Tallant, general delivery, Mound, Minnetonka, Minn. EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES. G. P. EMP. CO. BOTH PHONES. WESTERN EMPLOYMENT AGENCY RED CROSS EMPLOYMENT AG'CY. ObANDINAVIAN-AMICRICAN LABOR Agency, 1L0 West Front street; Bell phone 694. Open day an', night. STRAYED. STRAYED OR TAKEN OFF THE range, two colts, one roan-gray and one gray, three years old; brandeo O on the face between the nostrils; will give a liberal reward for their whereabouts. Pat Joyce, Potomac, Mont. STpRAQE GWERtAL S1QRAGS, HOUS5WDLD 5W f O tfOlai,. fruit and vege , hing of earth. J. W. SITUATIONS WANTED-FErl:MALE. SEWING BY THE DAY. BELL phone 7802. WANTED - NUIRBING, ('HAMBIER work or work by the day. Phone 1028 Bell. WANTED BY ELDERLY LADY, PO sition as housekeeper on a ranch. Address F. M. P., care Mlssoulian. SWEDISH GIRL WANTS DAY work, washing, ironing, house-clean Ing; city reference. Bell phone 721. LADY WISHES POSITION AlS housekeeper for lodging house or private home. Address M. D., 903 Nevada street, Butte, Mont. YOUNG LADY WISHES POSITION as stenographer and office assistant. Experienced on hooks. Good ref erences. Address K. O., Missoullan. AN OPPORTUNITY TO SECURE first-class professional piano player (lady); ragtime, dance music; sight reader: also sings. Write E. M., general delivery, Miles City. SITUATIONS WANTED-MALE. WORK ON RANCH. ADDRESS S. M., care Missoulian. WE DO ODD JOBS BY THE DAY. Phone 1086 Bell. EXPERIENCED ALL - ARO U N D baker wants employment in Missoula shop. Fi. T. 1, care Mipsouilan. Y(OUNG JAPIANIISE W~ANTS 1'i.SI Ilon as cook or huus-work. 8. Alnano, 604 Woody street, Missoula, 'Mont. POSITION WANTED BY GENERAL store clhrk; seven years of experi ence: best of references. Irwin Reed. Langdon, Canada. FOR RENT-HOUSES. MODERN FLAT. 432 W. SPRUCE. FIVE-ROOM MODERN HOUSE, 804 West Pine. MODERN SEVEN-ROOM COTTAGE. 214 South Fourth wast. TWO FIVE-ROOM FLATS. 805 and 207 South Third street. FIVE-ROOM MODERN HOUSE, $15. W. T. Graybeal; phone 805 red. FOR RENT-ONE APARTMENT, Curran flats. Phone 133 black. 8-ROOM HOUSE. CEMENT CFIALAIt; fine garden; low rent. 929 Defoe. THREE-ROOM )HOUSE, FUIRNISHED or unfurnished. 019 Phillips street 8-ROOM APARTMENT, ROZALE apartments. Inquire 718 black. Bell phone. FOUR-ROOM COTTAGE CHEAP. Inquire 716 South Fifth west; phone Bel) 871; Ind. 1165. ONE THREE AND ONE FOUR room modrn flat with range. In quire 502 East Front. FIVE-ROOM MODERN FLAT: range, shades and linoleum. Call 812 South Sixth street east. BO W LAND APARTMENTS-FOR special rates to permanent tenants. See Wheeldon, Ind, 432; Bell 99. BEVEN-ROOM HOUSE; WIRED, bath and cellar. 117 East Spruce. Street. Inquire 511 East Spruce. FIVE-ROOM BUNGALOW, WITH range, linoleum and shades, also gas range. 417 South Third it. FIVE-ROOM HOUSE; RANGE AND and furnace, 410 Connell, Inquire of H. T. Bailey, 807 South Second west. TWO 4-ROOM COZY MODERN flats, 114.00. Inquire on premises, 601 North Second, west, or phone, Bell 1008, FpIVE-ROOM MODERN H O U S E, close in, south side, $14 per month, 'water paid. Molntosh A Fisher. WANTED-HOUSES. WANTED-A THREE-ROOM HOUSE close In on south side. Phone, 504 red, WANTED TQ RENT, PURSNIBBD . iuse, five br slx rooms; handy to N. P. depot. Inquire N. P. lunch 1I room, ON. MAL;-61TY REAL ISTATL. FOR 8ALE--FOUR-ROOM MODERN ho-es; 50-foot lot; terms. Address postotflee box 447. FIN, NEW, MODERN EIGHT-ROOM house, nicely located on south side, at a bargain. C. G., Mlssoullan. S.X-ROOM MODERN COTTAGE; *lose In Hammond addn.: a bargaln In a now home. Phone 5.8 Bell. DEAL WITH OWNER, SIX-ROOM hous4, modern, for sale, on South Pitth west, car line. Address T., care Missoullan. ,NEAR LOWELl SCHOOTL; NICE 4 .room house. 2 lots: well improved; fruit and shade trees. Terms easy. Ownter, 1201 Howell. FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE. SPOKANE RESgIDX'CR PROPECR1' for Missoula property. John Dar, 131 Alder. FOR BALE-INDIAN LANDS. RE Inqulshment5 aid town property on t e Flathead Indian reservatlon, Montana. Address "The Plathead Land Company," Ronan, Montana. box 11. FOR SALE OR TRADE. WANTED-TO RELL Oil WILL EX change, one hridle and sanddle, thor oughbred cocker Spanlel pup, five months old. Address N. . M.,. care Mlssoullan. STANDARD REOISTERi,:D STA.L lions, two 4 years old: one record producing horse; Plathead lake or chard home, 7 anres. for sale or rent. Box 61. Canman. Mont. FOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS. 211 WEST SPRUCE STREET. MODERN ROOMS. 411 ALDER. COSY ROOM. 516 EAST FRONT. MODERN FRONT ROOM. 520 EAST Front. COMFORTABLE FURNISHED rooms for men: hot and cold water; steam heated; elevator service: rates reasonable. Inquire room 27, Hig gins block. HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS FOR RENT 224 EAST SPRUCE. 728 RSOUTIH FOURTH. 619 A. FOURTH WEST. 526 WEST SPRUCI. 322 MADISON STREET. 425 MADISON STREET. 211 WEST SPRUCE STREET. SMALL HOUSE; ALSO ROOMS. 126 North Second street east; cheap. THREE FURNISHED HOUSEKEEP. Ing rooms; gas. 503 East Front. TWO NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS for light housekeeping. 417 South Third. FOR RENT-TWO H(lt'MEKFA.PINCI rooms, with hath. $12.00; one single room $8.00. 226 FMast Front. FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS. OIL HEATERS. PHONE 672 RED. DRY COTTONWOOD, CHEAP. Phone 485 red. APPLES, 50 CENTS AND UP. Phone 8462 black. CORDWOOD $5 CORD; FULL measure. 422 Red. HEATING STOVES AT COST-.Mc Ouffey Hardware Co. TUXEDO COAT AND VEST; SMALL size: ; bargain. 173 purple. OLD PAPERS FOR SALE AT MIS soutlan office; 20c a hundred. APPLIES AND CIDER. SPURGIN'S fruit farm. Ind. phone 1185. HUBBARD SQUASH. TWO CENTS per pound. 737 East Front. FOR SALE-IIALP II. P. MOTOR; good condition. 119 West Cedar. MAJEETIC RANGOI, OOOD AS NEW. cheap. Phone 708 black, or call 735 A street. FOR SALI.--B1)OIKCASE STAND. Colombla phonograph, mattress. 826 West Cedar. FOR SALE ('HEAP, I"` TAKEN AT once, bed. springs, mattress and bed. ding. Phone 1023 Bell. L. C. SMITH TYPEWRITER, FIRST. class condition; a bargain. S. E. Schoonover, box 2., Ipostuffice. FOR SALE--"PINNER" WASHING machine; cost $13; will sell for $8; as good as new. Phone 669 red, 1109 South Fourth west. FURNITURE, NEW AND SECOND. hand: I pay highest price for sea ond-hand household goods:. Hans Jensen, 125 W. Main, 819 black; Ind. 1764. THE SMALLEST LOAD OP SHORT wood for the largest money; fine and dry; halt-cord load, 82.00, and one cord load, 88.50. Bell phone 229; Ind. 1809. ONE TWO - SEATED HOLZMAN auto In running order, $100. One 40 H. P. 4-cylinder Continental motor, used only 80 days; cost 8415; price, $150. 787 East Front. J. DONEY, DEALER IN HAT, ORAIN and wood. Office 128 W. Cedar. Phones, Bell 584, Ind, 5$, .Ware house 101 BSouth First street west. Phones, Bell 948 black; Ind. 1247. Hay. $18.50 per ton: oats, $1,80 per hundred; wheat, $1.88 per cWt.; wood, 89.00 cord. ROOM AND BOARD WANTED--TABDLI BOARDWAS AT 808 iuth Prst treet. .'- . 'L'. ----·- ··· A KIN- 1. ,._ Ir S.AXl wq AND LA7, TAI, 'JotfThink '1ýýtii 'acre", flne)y impoved, h fs rrom Mihsoulr, PI Q . ORR REALTY CO, Pe : tional Sank Sqwmnt., FOR IT-FURNISHED HOUSES. 716 NORTH .I,"TrH. TWO*R CAMS. 411 ALDER. TW RaOObrs. 4:1 WERT PINE. rIVR-8OOM FP'R1NISHED HOUSE. 411 louth Third. A NICOLY t Ie'RNISHIED 7-ROOM houss. 417 South Third at. FURNIBII) FIv..-ROOM COTTA(II. Phone 440 black. 611 South Fifth West. POULTRY. POR BAL --WHiiTI': PiLYM(t:'TtH Rock cockerel: i.shelll strain direct: weight, 9 piounds. Phone 669 red, 1109 lSouth Fu'orth west, HIDES AND JUNK HICGHEPT PItICI:. PAID) PTOR hides and Junk by the Western Hide A Junlik ,.. 521 West Cedar .street. Bell 11O6 red: Ind. 1740. MONTANA J'UNK CO., SCHATZ &I Reiner, Propriturs. Highest prices pal4 for all kinds of scrap iron, rubber, metals, drons and hides. 386 S Arianna strcet, Butte, Mont.; phone Ind. 1r,2 POR RENT-BASEMENT. WELL LIUHT1i: IIAREMIINT UN der Tal theater. Inquire Victoria roomlnl house MEDICAL. FOR GALL STttN.:Sm. APPI*NDICI tie, cancers. female ldiseases. con sumption and all chronlc diseIseIs, go to Vtan German Medica(l Co.. 617 Tools avenue. PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT. W. W. CAINEI. P. o. BOX 626. FOR SALE-INDIAN ALLOTMENTS. THREE INDIAN AI.LOTMIENTS. 80 acres eacb. four miles from Poison, Joining the falls. Address John A. Matt. Aril. Mont 11O0D SAWING WOOD SAWfrG. CALL REILI.Y'S grocery..; FOR 8 T RA T T 0 N'S WOODAW leave ordIs at Bonner'l grocery, Rell 114.. LOT AND FOUND. NOVELTY fIAG, L(iNl CO(11,). ('tN taining lady's gold watcih w.ith f, l betwie'in E1:ast Main and Haimlnllnd bloc(k. Ihinder return Io .tMi.~l lia office, aid receive rewlrd. LOST, INtlO LAST APl:II. lit May, a I'ack Spanltl iidog brw',.n eyies, w hitl chest, right ftr rf,,t whlte, t:oll onng and well f.iatl hrl. turns tip it end; answers to, i:in. of 1ling. Iteturned to ImI, HliI;Iav night i.lli now block rllr, bIt strayed du'ring night. RI ward. Ii (I. KIIIIIy, corner lBei'kwith :laid illdla. WANTED-BOARD AND ROOM YOUINO MAN WOULT)D I.IKI 1OI(AItI) and roomll with private famllily; soith side,. R. & R., Mlssoullan. TO TRADE. WANTED TO TRADE )lit('IIAl;t Itomes, partly Improved and canl, for mlodern home. A.p'y nO0 illusselil street. CARPET WEAVING. CARPET WEAVING; ALSO IN(TRAIN rugs. Nants. 1018 Cooper street; Phnnes. Hall Si1 red;: In 1994 HATTER HATS CLIANRa) AND BLOCKRD. Hat Box 116 EJat Cedar. FOR RENT-MISCELLANEOUS. FOR RENT-TiN ROOMS, 120 116 North First strelt. over Alloen's store CAB AND TRANSFER PHONES 750. aING & Co. Notilo Per Publication. Department of the Interior, 11. S. Land Office at Missoula, Montana, Dec. 11. 1911. Notice is hereby given that George W. Jsmleson, whose postofflce addretss is Superior, Montana, did, on tile 27th day of Sei.ltember, 1910, file In this offlce swrn Statement and Applia tion, No. 0-2177, to purchase the north half northiwst quarter section 1:, town. shlp 16 nirth, range 25 west Montana Meridlan and the timber thereon, under the provisions of the act of June 3, 1878. and acts amendatory, known as the "Timber and Stone Law," at such value as might be fixed by appraise ment, and that, pursuant to such ap plicatiom, the land and timber thereon have bh'oin appraised, the tllther estl mate 70i Mt board feet at $8.50 per .I, and the land $60; that said ap plleant will offler final proof in sup port of his application and sworn statemint ,n the 96th day of Pebru ary, 1912, b)efore Regisater and Re oelver at Mlissoula, Montana. Any person is at liberty to plrotect this purchase before entry, or Initiate a cbnteet at any time before patent issues, by filing a corroborated affl davlt in this office, alleging facts which woithli defeat the entry. J(ORIAH BHUIL,, Register, 12-24 to 2-S1-1113. !1,000 and on easy terms, .will buy a 4 room cottage close In on Cooper street. T'his is a SNAP, ORR-M'MIO4ASL REALTY .00. Phonesi: _P1, 1005. Ind. 004. Offiee*, 40M1~s0 Menta.a Bldl. MONEY TO LOAN rIGHT P31 CENT MONEY ON CITY and ranch property. W. R. VYn Valen. MONICY TO LOAN ON RIEAL E8 tate, Taylor & Pearson, B. & A. building. Notlo.. Office of Iliver ('able Mining company, Missoula, Mont., January 9, 1912, There Is delinquent upon the follow described stock, on account of assess. ment levied on the 31st day of October, 1911, the leveral anlounta met opposite the names of the respective ihare holders. No. No. Name of Owner. Cer. Sharer. Amt. Halleran, J. (. ...... 19 1,000 10.00 lialleran, J. (1., assessment No. 2.. 19 1,000 6.00 McNamara, John J., assenament No. 1.. 46 210 1.26 McNantlarn, John J.. asseeisent No. 2.. 46 250 1.25 McNamara, John J.. assmlenlent No. 3.. 41 250 2.50 ianodwell. Rlrianrd, annessmennt No. 1.. 47 100 2.50 Mandwell, Rihhard. asseesnment No. 2.. 47 500 2.50 Sandweill, Itlchard. assessment No. 3. 47 500 5.00 Sanlldwll, Thollnlli, aiiet,.i'!nent No. 1.. 49 5010 2.50 Saon dwlell, T'homan, Iniaeer.mlent No. 2.. 43 500 2.60 iandwll, Thomas, iatlalmentl No. 3.. 49 600 .00 Trail, .lames, assessment No. 1.. 49 2.000 10.00 Trail, James, .asa.senm.1nt No. 2.. 49 2,000 10.00 Trail, Jauones, assewrnaent No. 3. 49 2.000 20.00 MilIler, IPr'rd L. .... 137 ,ii 25 00 Clark ). IP. ' . 30 2.5,0 25.00 And In accortdltiiln with law, so many share oif eilh larcel of s1l ikR llt may be nectesnary, will lthe nold lit tIIe office of theli tlmpatlny, 110 Wes\'t ('dllnr tre.et in the city of Mia)nioula, countly of Mlls soult, late. of Mlotmtanan, n the 25th dany of January, 1912. nt the hour of 10 o'cl'ock In the forenl.oon of sIuch day, to pay tdllinllluent aNsetHsmentslte thiertron, to. geither with ctillts of advertising nlnd expensesf of Hale. W. J. RIIOAmlOst, Sec. Office at Missoulla, Mont. Jan. 10 to 25, in,. $15,000.00--Shool District No. 14, Mis soula County, Montana. Schooli District No. 14, Missoula coun ty. Montana, Ilitnner, Montana. Notice is hIereby givet Ithat sealed proposals will be rel...ived att the of flee of the clerk of ischonl distrl.t No. 14. MitnlHola county, Ionner. Moninna. on or tbefore I'riiay, I'February 16, 1912. it 8 it'lotck pII. i., for the purchtne of he ndl dtnted Murch 1 1912. of tihe d. noiinatlion for onl. thousa ndct ($1.1000) dollars eIch., pI'ublel in fifit.ni (15) year n after tlloe alnd rtll.limnbll. InI ten (10) years after thatin anil hearingl intierest not to exceedij five and I ille half (0.4) Per rent pller annulm, pll)" nble rllmi-anlnually at the offlice of the bloiulnnty traiuPtnrer of Iidl countL y in IIthe city of MhiNNuln. lids to Ihe a tii nmpantied by n certl fled check for $7500,. pIyohtle to llse school distrlil No 14, of Missulcoia county, Istate of Nlontaninn, Io ih fIr felltd to the distckrlt shuld the bhi he laccepted anIIl the hiddt.r fall to ciuIIly ihirtt Ith. 'theri nImber of hallnds to e I.llllllet I lIng fifteen (15). andi of the i a detgin i . n I 'llfn Ii ,,i ll ll( l'ti( l 0 1(1 . ,a minan j ll $15, c,11111 , ll 1 'The rlilht IN r,selrved to rteject any or ill b lads. J A. (TiW)1),) ('lhrk 'if htI . olli I ll nstriht No, it. J nuii allry 0. 191", Iitnner, M ltinllRa. 1-0 .-4 ln .', Notice to the Stockholders of the Ma gone A Anderson Gold Mining Company, a Corporation. Yil at|Il each of your at.' hereby nrtifled thatil on Wednsdnl, iy., lebruair y 21, 1912, ait the hoair iof 10 o'iliik i. in. of itld dale, at the office of tlhei Mli gonl & Anderson ilill Mitinlg ,inl Palyi ait room 301 Montani Iullling. in the city of if MI iwulu, stltllt of Ml li tutll. there Will be ull.lllollh d i nd iIII ita imeeting of tihe tlinekholdi.ra of tihe Magiinte & Anoitorn Ioilhl Mining tim plity, for the purpose of conshitlrlng thei uil. oif th.e entire ropii rty holulinlic iof atid ilpainy oif ,every kindl, chir ihter iinil dI eirlitilin, ll1ng thii M7l igonl & Allnderion ioart Ihohe nlllnlig N4li , the l hit, 1ih hu lh n inig t'ilim, thi, NAinh) lhnks lhinde mining claimn lhl luitutiate in thi Fiirst ('hiunoe nillitlg di irit of OIrimil (ifornirly i)ei-r LoUlge) oilnlty. ititI, of Montana, Iot hter with aill thel liilprnoveents liand fixturis iapprltailiinig Therto; i Nihl ii le to Ie. fori it money i nni derii.u aritiin; altt for the lpiurpolili af viioting n ilaid pro pioild nle alnd to take ill Igelal tandl tneuuastury 1 t1ilipi to caii rry iiit the sitest of Huch tckhui liiers i.t eetini g with ri'f. irince. thrin. MIi (hihl M hilling I COmlnll9ny. JIt NNi I MA(0NJ7,: P -.irihlry o t ueaol iul&Andersoy. I)(iti MultUha, Mlulhniiua, Jntlillary 20, ll!2, 1-21 hi 2.1 Ini: 2-12 niiii 2.19 Summons, In the Ii)Htrlet court 'if the Fourth Judicial District of thie Hlatu of Mo,,lntan, in antd for ti(e Counllty of M issoula. Jalmes I. Horn, plaintiff, vernsu Clara E. Horn, deftendanlit. The state of Montana sendsl greet ing to the above-.nlned dlefendant: You are hereby sumnmoned to an swer the complaint I1n this action which-Is filed in tile office of the clerk of this court, a coply of which is herewith served upon you, and to file your answer and serve a copy thereof upon the p!alntlff's attorney within twenty days after the service of this summons, exclusive of the day of service; and In case of your failure to appear or answer, judgment will he taken against you by default, for the 'elief demanded In the complaint, Plaintiff alleges that he has been a reIldent of Montana for more than it year prior to filing complaint, de fendant's marriage to plaintiff on November 6th, 1906, that about Jan uary, 1910, defendant wilfully deserted plaintiff. Wherefore, plaintiff asks for an absolute divorce from defendant, and ither equitable relief, Witness my hand and the seal of said court, this 22d day of December A. D. 1911. THOMAS CONLON, (SEAL) Clerk. By W. H. PFRRIOR. Deputy Clerk. RICHARD H. SMITH, Attorney for Plaintiff. 21 Higgins Block, Missoula, Mont. 1.4111.18.2, Pitt eleal Diretory L.. C. sOLt'ON Atte ney*.s w 5. & A. ,aling. MISS MAUD OINGRAS Manleuarinl, Shampoolng, Halrdressing Marcel W*vlnl and Hair Weavins Room 16 Hammond leeook. Phone I KIRO-PRACTIC The Kiro-Practor never treate O( feota, or uses medicines, surgery, olst opathy or massage, but by lseletal ad Jfutments removes the cause and per mits nature to restore you to health. S. W. HUDSON, D. C. S. and A. Building, Missula. Mont. SOC01ETY DIRECTORY. WOODMEN OF THE WORLD, CAMP NO. 71-Meets the second and fourth Frlday nights of each month, Odd Fellows' hall annex. . JOTIN DOlTT., C. C. J. H. A 1IIl'Y, Clerk. 621 Itarrls street. TI. P. O. H.. ITLL lATIn LODO( NO, I33 --MtcIs In the In.INl(s' Home .every Tuesduy evening t , nl o'clok. JAR. M. ItlliADIR. Hxnlted Ruler. IDAN. J III.KYI'ItON, Recretary. KNIGHTS OP COLUMRtlS, Ms8 8OITLA COUNCIL NO. 101-Meets in Odd Fellows' hall first and third Thursday evenings of each month. A. P. QUINN, Grand Knight. D. W. FITZPATRICK. Fin. lee. MIBBSOULA LODGE NO. 11. A F. & A. M.-Regular meetings first and third Tuesdays in Masonle temple. 'R 'Alt 11t1an, . M. II. !,. RAII,1R , .ectr'einry. WESTERN SUN CHAPTER, NO. 11, R. A. M.-Meets first and third Fri d.'. of each month In Masonic temple A. C. MINER, H. P. B. H. M'CALL, eeretary. HARMONY LODPE NO. 13, A. F. & A. M.-Meets in K. of P. hall. .. Front street. Itegulallr communtlnltlitons, let atid 3 Mondays. Special comt,,nicatlnl ons. 2d1 and 4th Mondays. Vis'ting members are espe cially invl; 1. F H. KNILTHY, W. W. M. C. R. AVERIY. Secretary. MIRROtII,A AIRIE NO 12, F O. E. -Meets first and third Tuesdays of each month at 7:20 p. m. at Eagles' hall, West Main. W ', A I.4)lAN, I'r,.hslent. J.\MI".. .A. ItAKftit, Re,,rtnry. SI'IITl.lE.R L.OD(rll. NO. 4, SONS OF FItIIMANN--M.ai. In E~agles' hall ;lrst and third Sundays of each month at 8 o'clock p. m. H C. SONNTACI. President. P. W. KICIPIAI,, Secretary. MIRR4OLIA ('AMP. NO 1632, M. W. A.--Itegtilar meetintllKs flrst and third Mitondauvy at I I,). i ; foresf,,rs' drill sonll dBand fouirtrh Thursdall , a ), in., i' 0 .) . I1 ) I In it A fI-l 4.%NCON' Consul. IlIININY II,.AKi(.,y, (Cherlc. 1"7 llgglns Ave. MODERN RROTHIiitnnOOD Og AMERI( A. A INIVICItHITY CITY Lont)(T NO. 1I91 Meet.s 1in Oc(dd l', Iowa' hall, sr'ondI ald fourth Tuesdalsy nights In Piusi molnth nlt R o'c'll'ck. .1()11N Nl i'llIlf . I'r.hden'tll. JAMIK I I WAII,A(I.. ReCeretary. Rooms 611-13 Montana building. MIRROITl,A NICR7' NO 131.1, Oftlltlg ()lO (,WVI1 --Meets every soondl aind f'irlth Monday of each nmoith at Odd i'ellows' lannx, . Illp,. JOIN F. MII.IRR, Pres. A. K. ANDERSBIN, ,Rec. elo. I, OYA,, 1 fl y A I. ORDIC 01' MOORl --Meet5 ev ery Thurs. day night of each month at K. of P. hall. J. P. NI"TTIJ's, DIlottor. WM. !O. KItANI('II, Secretary. TIllC COUNtT OF HONOR-Meets first and third Fridays in I1 0 0. O . O. annex. Pays death, nick and accident benefits. You do not have to die to win. Phone Ind. 1317. A. H. KENNEDY, Recorder. D W. PENNY, State Manager. MISSOUI,A MANNEiCIICOR IIN-O INtl SOCIETY-Meeta every Friday at 9 p. m. at 109 3i. Front St., at Wm. Werner's. H. RONTAO, Pres. WM. WClItNICR, Secy. I!NI''MI) AItTIMHANi4- Meets vecry first mild third Tuesdlnya at )dd I'de . IIws' ha ll nln,,x. ltt i p. in. 1. J. WhilVl''IMAN, M. A. H . I)UINIIAM, H'e'retalry. Notice of Closing of Registration. Notice ls hereby given that the row s-tration Iboks for the registration of luallfied electors residing in the pro. posed town of Itonan, Mont., for the election to bn hold at Itotllan, Mont., on Monday, February 21), 1912, will he closed on Thursday, 1tcFebruary 15, 1912, at 15 o'clock p. in. Electors for such election may register by appearing before the county clerk at hi. office In the courthouse in the city and coun ty of Mlssoula, or ny appearing before any Juh-ce of the peace or notary pIublic, In the manner provided by law. F. W. KUPHAL. County Clerk in and for Missoula County, 4tate of Montana. Dated at Missoula, Mont., this 9th day of January, A. D. 1912. WANTED--ltargaint in real estate of any kind. City property, Orchard Homes, ranches. We have customera. W. H. Smead Company Phone 212 Red. Higginsl look Missoula, Mont, "MadeinMissoula" POULTRY-RANCH 00EGGS Box 1050. Bisbee Bros. Bell 8621 Blk. * '· upagag W.R. Van Suite t Higglns Ileek. Mlessul, PHONEI M Opportunity To Own a Home Yout cann hly rn enny terms or will take good ots in exchange. N or. iodern, four-room house, well located on lit of right size and priced right. Will he pllrn'ed to show you. MONEY TO LOAN TAYLOR & PEARSON B. & A. Building. Phones, Bell 920; Ind, 1724. TO EXCHANGE 100n res: 150I acres tillable and Irrign)le, 115 heres In hay: good water right. Par'ty will consider $2,500 to $3,000 in city property, balance long tim,, at s per cenit. Price, $8,000. HOVERSON A STEPHENB 104 East Main St. I1d. Phollo 2:114; hell 203. We Have $3.500 lo loan on Improved city property. Hlow In your Fire Insuranec,? M'INTOSH A FISHER 115 Higglns Ave. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF MISSOULA Capital and surplus........$400,000 Excellent facilities for handling your buslness. F. 8. Luak . President PI. EI. Elmore , Vice President E. A. Newlon . . . Cashier if 8. Holt . . Assistant Cashier MISSOULA TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK Missoula, Montana. Capital .. .............. 00,000 Surplus and Profits ..........$50,000 Officers J M. KEITH .......................President 8. J. C(,'IICll ........Vice President A. R. JA('ro ........................Cashier It. C. UIDDINi ..........Assat. Cashier Directors J. M. Kelttl, h. 3. Coffee, J. R. Daily, ., T. McCullough, P. J. Kllne,. A. it. Jnlcobsl, Kenneth Rose. We pay 3 per cent per annum on Savings Deposits. WESTERN MONTANA NATIONAL BANK Missoula, Montana. UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY. DlJhn 0. rony A. a, John 0. Morony, M.. A. Fisk, O. A. Wolf, John. C. Lehsou, F. I, Woody, J. If. T. Ryman. A GENERAL BANKING BUSI. NESS TRANSACTED. SCANDINAVIAN AMERICAN State Bank of Missoula A General Banking Business Trans. acted. Chas. H. Marsh Embalmer and Funeral Director CHAPEL FOR SERVICESI 124 W. Main St. Ind. Phone 423. Bell a Residenoce 2519 Ille. Competent Lady Asletenb, ------- ~ ---- .imm WHY Take he time to do your baklnl at horhe, when you know we make the flinest home-made bre4 In the Our cokes, sandw~Joch bunse c. . r'oll, are always In demand. Phoug us your orders, we will do the rest; Royal Bakery PHON.IS Sell 415. Ind, IS -r.