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Daily Puzzle IT PROUABLY WOULD, IP A man who bought st6ck In a campany Inquired If Its value twould jump any He was told it could And it probaaibly would, Provided the price didn't slump any. Pind another Investor. Answer to yesterday's puzale: Upslde down, against chin. Clasified Advertising Rate. Per word, each time .. .... cent Per line, per month...........76 cents All ada must be ordered for a stated length of time. W Orders for ads to be taken out must be in the office before a p. m. - Minimum Charge, 16 Cents. Y' HELP WANTED-MALE. 5' GARDENER WANTED TO WORK ON shares. Albert Wood, Victor. HELP WANTED-FEMALE. WANTED-HIGH SCHOOL GIRL TO Y work for her board and room. Bell phone 1074. HELP WANTED. WANTED - RAILWAY MAIL clerks; customs clerks:; average $90 month; spring examinations in MIs soula; sample questions free. Write immediately Pranklin Institute, Dept. 210 L., Rochester, N. Y. MEN AND WOMEN TO LEARN V barber trade in eight weeks: special inducements now; percentage paid - while learning; tools free; secured V over 10,000 positions 1911; graduates earn $15 to $25 weekly; catalogue - free. Moler System of Colleges, 226 E Main avenue Spokane Wash. WANTED-SALESMEN. NURSERY SALESMEN WANTED Large lines; cash each week; exclu sive territory; liberal terms. Yakl ma Valley Nursery company, Top penlsh, Wash. AN OPPORTUNITY FOR A I[VIDI man selling our guaranteed Yaklma - Valley grown nursery stock; ex- I clusive territory; outfit free: cash weekly; "hustle," not experience, re quired. Toppenish Nursery com pany, Toppenish. Wash. AGENTS WANTED HIGHER CLASS OR BETTER PAY Ing employment than that of repre senting a leading nursery company ia 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. ODD JOBS ON AP~ERNOONS AND Saturdays for University students at Iae per hour. Tel. to Universitv. EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES. G, P. EMP, CO. BOTH PHONES. WESTERN EMPLOYMENT AGENCY RED CROSS EMPLOYMENT AG'CY. SCANDINAVIAN-AMRRICAN LABOR Agency, 120 West Front street; Bell phone (94. Open day ani, night. STRAYED. STRAYED OR TAKEN OFF THE range, two colts, one roan-gray and one gray, three years old; brandea O' on the face between the nostrils; will give a liberal reward for their whereabouts. Pat Joyce, Potomac, Mont. STORAGE GENERAL STORAGE, HOUSEHOLD go.ds, merchandise, fruit and vege tables; everything on earth, J. W. Reelev. 794 West Cedar WANTED-MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED-I20 WORK HORSES. AL bert Wood, Victor. ROOM AND BOARD WANTED-TABLE BOARDERS AT 608 'South First street. DRESSMAKING. DRESSMAKING AND LADIES' TAI Iortiig, 1805 Cooper. MEDICAL. YO~% GALL STONES, APPENDICI tis, cancers, female diseases, con -smdtion and all cheblto-dlsease, go t Vflan German Medical Co., 517 Toole. avenue. SITUATIONS WANTED-FEMALE. t SEWING i4DY THE DAY. BELL phone 7802. LADY WANTS WORK BY THE DAY. - ('all Bell 7820. 544 WANTED - NURSING, CHAMBER 211 work or work by the day. Phone - 1023 Bell. M4 YOUNG LADY WANTS POSITION CC as stenographer; experienced. Ad- - dress, E. H., care Missoullan. Mi SWEDISH GIRL WISHES HOUSE work in or out of town. Christine C 'Nelson, general delivery, Missoula. WANTED BY ELDERLY LADY, PO sition as housekeeper on a ranch. Address F. M. P., care Mlssoullnn. = S------·--------c- H YOUNG LADY WISHES POSITION - an stenographer and office assistant. 22 Experienced on books. Good ref- - erences. Address K. O., Missoulian. 71 AN OPPORTUNITY TO SECURE 61 first-class professional piano player - (lady); ragtime, dance music; sight I reader; also sings. Write E. M., general delivery, Miles City. 31 SITUATIONS WANTED-MALE. 42 WORK ON RANCH. ADDRESS S. M., 21 care Missoullan. T WE DO ODD JOBS BY THE DAY. Phone 1086 Bell. D EXPERIENCED ALL - ARO U N D baker wants employm.ent in Missoula - shop. F. T. F., care Mlssoullan. YOU'NG JAPANESE WANTS POSI tion as cook or housework. 8. Ainano, 604 Woody street, Missoula, Mdnt. FOR RENT-HOUSES. I MODERN FLAT. 432 W. SPRUCE. F SMODERN SEVEN-ROOM COTTAGE. 1 214 South Fourth west. -WO FIVE-ROOM FLATS. 805 and 307 South Third street. FIVE-ROOM MODERN HOUSE, $15. SW. T. Oraybeal; phone 805 red. FOR RENT-ONE APARTMENT, y Curran flats. Phone 133 black. - - I e 3-ROOM HOUSE, CEMENT CELLAR; - fine garden; low rent. 929 Defoe. THREE-ROOM HOUSE, FURNISHED - or unfurnished. 619 Phillips street 8-ROOM APARTMENT, ROZALE D apartments. Inquire 718 black. Bell tS phone. FOR RENT-FOUR-ROOM HOUSE. half block from Whittier school. 609 North Fourth. FOUR-ROOM COTTAGE CHEAP. Inquire 716 South Fifth west; phone Bell 371; Ind. 1836. ONE THREE AND ONE FOUR - room mod'rn flat with range. In l quire 502 East Front. FIVE -RO.OM MODERN FLAT: range, shades and linoleum. Call 812 South Sixth street east. BOW LAND APARTMENTS-FOR s special rates to permanent tenants. s; See Wheeldon, Ind. 432: Bell 99. c, SEVION-ROOM HOUSE: WIRED, bath and cellar. 517 East Spruce. Street. Inquire 511 East Spruce. - FIVE-ROOM BUNGALOW, WITH ,D ranlge, linoleum and shades, also e- gas range. 417 South Third st. FIVE-ROOM HOUSE; RANGE AND = and furnace, 410 Connell. Inquire of H. T. Bailey, 807 South Second west. TWO 4-11OOM COZY MODERN - flats, $14.00. Inquire on premises, 601 North Second, west, or phone, Bell 1003. FIVE-ROOM MODERN HOU SE, close in, south side, $14 per month, w~ater paid. McIntosh & Fisher. I-* WANTED-HOUSES. WANTED-A THREE-ROOM HOUSE close In on south side. Phone 504 red. II- - ----r n- WANTED TO RENT. FURNISHED go house, five or six rooms: handy to 517 N. P. depot. Inquire N. P. lunch room, OMR SALE-CITY READI STATI. POR BALE-PoUR-aROOM MODERN house; s0-foot lot; terms. Address postoffice boa 447. MpE, NEW, MODERN EIGHT-ROOM house, nicely located on south side, at a bargain, C. G., Mlssoultan; 15X-ROOM MODERN COTTAGE: oloee na. Hammond addn.: a baralan in a new home. Phone 68 Bell. DEAL WITH OWNER, BIX-ROOM - house, modern, for sale, on South D Fi(th west, car line. Address T., aree Missoullan. ..... - .- - - - . A NEAR LOWELL SCHOOL; NTIC 4 room house, 2 lots: well Improved: fruit and shade trees,. Terms easy. C Owner, 1201 Howell. FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE. .1 SPOKANE RESIDENCE PROPERTY for Mlssoula property. John Day, 681 Alder. FOR SALE-INDIAN LANDS, RE llnquishments and town property on the Flathead Indian reservation, Montana. Address "The Flathead Land Company," Ronan, Montana, box 1I3. FOR SALE OR TRADE. FOR SALE Olt EXC'HAN4IE-THfOR oughbred Cocker Spaniel pup, five months old; will sell or exchange - for bridle and saddle. Address N. D. M., care Mlsso.llaln. STANDARD ItREOITE REDR STAI. lions, two 4 years nold; one record producing horse: 'lathead lake or chard home, 7 cres. for sale or rent. Box 61, Caman. Mont. =:::E :.-- '. . . . . .... ... .. TO TRADE. WANTED TO TRADE ORCHARD Homes, partly Improved and cash, for modern home. Apply O88 Russell L street. - FOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOM8. 544 EAST MAIN. i. 11 WEST SPRUCE STREET. MODERN ROOMS. 411 ALDER. N COSY ROOM. 518 EAST FRONT. d- - MODERN FRONT ROOM. 620 EAST - Front. ne COMFORTABIBLE FURNISHED rooms for men; hot and cold water; - steam heated; elevator service; rates ) - reasonable. Inquire room 27, Hig "h. gins block. HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS FOR RENT 224 EAST SPRUCE. 728 SOUTIH FOURTH. 619 S. FOURTH WEST. 826 WEST SPRUCE. 322 MADISON STREET. 425 MADISON STREET. 211 WEST SPRUCE STREET. THREE OR IF UL'R It()OMS; MOD- F ern. 604 Phillips. T DESIRABLE LIGHT HOUSSEKEEP- - ing rooms at Paxton block. T SMALL HOUSE; ALSO ROOMS. 126 F North Second street east; cheap. THREE FUIINISHED II()USEKEEP- A Ing rooms; gas. 503 East Front. TWO NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS F for light housekeeping. 417 South Third. FOR RENT-TWO HOIUREKFIEPING rooms, with bath, $12.00; one single room $8.00. 226 East Front. MONEY TO LOAN EIGHT PER CENT MONEY ON CITY and ranch property. W. R. Van Valen MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ER tate. Taylor & Pearson, B. & A. building. LOST AND FOUND. PURSIE, ON I)DAlI ADDITION CAR, containing ring and money. Return to Mlssoulian. NOVELTY RAO. LONG CORD, C.ON talning lady's gold watch with fob, between East Main and Hammond block. Finder return to Missoullan office and recelve reward. LOST, SINCE LAST APRIL ORl May, a b!ack Spanlel dog, brown eyes, white chest, right fore foot white, tall long and well feathered, turns up at end; answers to name of ling. Returned to me Sunday night with now black collar, but strayed during night. R:-ward. D. (1. Kinney, corner Beckwith and Hilda. HIDES AND JUNK i HIGHEFT PRICES PAID FOR hides and junk by the Western Hide & Junk Co., 521 West Cedar street. Bell 1068 red: Ind, 1740. MONTANA JUNK CO., BCHATZ & Relner, Proprietors. Highest prices paid for all kinds of scrap Iron, rubber, metals, dross and hides. 886 S. Arizona street, Butte, Mont.; phone Ind. 11526 FOR RENT-BASEMENT, WELL LIGHTED BASEMENT UN der Isis theater. Inquire Victoria rooming house. CARPET WEAVING. , CARPET WEAVING: ALSO INGRAIN rugs. Naats, 1018 Cooper street; Phones. Rell 4II red: Ind. 194 HATTER s HATS CLEANED AND BLOCKED. Hat Box 116 East Cedar. I FOR RENT-MISCELLANEOUS. FOR RENT-TEN ROOMS, $20. 381 North First street. over Allen's store, a CAB AND TRANSPIR PhONE 750., KING & CO. I sli GOOD HOMES in Mtesoula se to trs44e for orchard or ranch I t OQ. I S. ORR REALTY CO. pro bci Wirnt t4aIo.nI Sank S.,m.n t.l --'* dot OIL 33ATERS. PHONE 672 RED. yea ten DRY CQQTTONWOOD, CHEAP. Int Pihoti 436, red. ' hal abi APPE 608 CENTS AND UP. ao Pht1.e-l44 black. cit CORDWOOD $5 CORD; FULL re measure. 422 Red. sel -'-- -- -- col HRASING 4 TOVES AT COBT- -Me- rel dultkeyi Hardware Co. act Sthe OLD PAPERS FOR SALET AT MI.- : souillan office; 20c a hundred. ht APPLES AND 'lDIEIR. SPIROIN'S ,n fruit faim. Ind. phone 1185. HUBBARlD 8QUAS!f, TWO CENTS or per pound. 737 East Front. ON)O ROlA.-TeOl' OP'lIC'E DIONK.1 . Inquire 286 W\hllnlt gton street, MAJEETIC IANIE, (001)oOD AS NIEW. cheap. Phone 7(,8 black, or call 735 A street. FOR BALE--noOKQARIE STAND. n Colombia phonograph. mattress. 326 I1 West Cedar. FOItR ALE I'll ',:AI Ii' TAKEN AT ' once, bed, siprlings. malttress antd bed-. t ding. Phone t1023 Iell. l WOOD; GOODt, lilRY PINEI, LEAVIC orders at Iloiyt-tlhktinnn Plntn iltl house; phones, Ind. 614; ell 772. o 1, FOR SALE-"SP'INNEII" WARSI1IN(1 iI machine; cost $13; will sell for $8: as good as nw,. Phone 669 red, 1109 A DSouth Fourth west. FURNITURE. NEW AND SECOND hand; I pay highest price for see ond-hand household goods:. Hans .ensen. 185 W. Main; 819 black; Ind. 1764. THE SMALLEST LOAD 01F HORTI wood for the largest money; fine ando dry: half-cord load, $2.00, and one T cord load, $3.50, Bell phone 229; Ind. 1i09. D ONE TWO - SEATED HOI.ZMAN I auto In punning order. $100. One 40 ' H. P. 4-cylinder Continental motor, used only 30 days: cost $425: price, $150. 787 East Front. TTWO TIOROIHofll"RtEiD IAllRED Rock cockerels, yeanrllnrgs, 2.50 eac'h; quick meal range with 'water fronl and pipe, $40; ('eel's nir-tight lNewood heater, with pitpe. annd stonvo banrd, $13.00. Address I).. eare Mliwssolllnln. J. DONEY.'DEALER IN HAY. (TRAIN and wood. Office 128 W. Cedar. Phones, Bell 5R4, Ind. 532. W\Vnr~r house 1031 South First street welt. Phones, Hell 948 blacik; Itnd. 1247. Hay. $13.50 per ton: oats, $1.30 pr' hundred: wheat. $1.35 per cwt : wod,. $r.00 ecord. D- FOR RENT-FURNISHED HOUSES. - TWO-IR.lt M CABIN. 411 ALDiEIL .- - TWO It ec MB.S 415 WEST I'lNI: 126 FIVE-RIOOM PURNISHED HOUSE. 417 South Third. P- A NIC'EIY FURNISHED 7-ROOM house. 417 South Third at. IMB FITRNIIII D FIVE-R Sn M COTT'I'Ate I ith Phone 440 black. 615 South Filfth west. Sn---- gle PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT. S. W. CAINIC. P. . BOX 526. FOR SALE-INDIAN ALLOTMENTS. TIIREE INDIAN AI,I,)TMEN'I'R, 80 acres each, four miles from PoiRon, joining the falls. Address John A. Matt. Arle. Mont. WOOD SAWING WOOD SAWING. CALL REILLY'S grocery. FOR B T R A T T O N'R WOODI) AW leave orders at B3onner's grocery, Bell 114. .... -------==_ ,. , POULTRY. FOR SALS-W- HI1'TI' PI'YM()OUTH Itock cockerel; Fshbel strain direct; weight, 9 pOunds. Phone 169 red, 'I 1109 South Fourth west, Notike tp Staokholders. Notice Is hereby given that annual t meeting of the Victor Commercial comllany will be hclId at Its office II the city of Misola, Molltanat, onl Monday, thed 5th day of Fe'bruary, 1912, at 2 o'clock p. in.. for thel piur post oIf eleOting trustees for the enl u. llg yeo:r, and such other husiisiis as i may clOme before the meting. C. H. M'1.EOD, Pre.tident. J. II. INQI, Secretary. 1-23-1913. FORT DUOI4E*NE ABANDONED W'ishington. Jan. 25.-Witdh tie' do partlure of a detachment of 18 mnen of the Ir irot oa4Vlry ftom Iort Duhttlsnni, I'tath, under lesltruotionl Just Itsued, the aiandlombnt of another h'storlc o1,l frontier stronghold will bIt complete. The action f*Ba taken upon tihe rreprt by the scoretary of the interior that the fort wasi not neededl further to guard agni lbalt Indian uprliings. TIMBER About 2,000,000 feet of timber to trade for city property, or will sell for c.ish; 11/y miles from Northern Pacific toading statutioff. A 6-room Modern House, near In, to trade for acreage, or will es change for smaller city property. ORR-M'MICHAEL REALTY CO. 402.4,4 Montana Building Phonei Bell, 10001 Ind., 604. $1I,000.00--okhol Ulstriest No. 14 Ml.a souls Countny MontIana School District No. 14, (issoula ooun 'ty, Montana, Bonner, Montana. Notice is hereby given that sealed proposals will be received at the of fice of the clerk of school district No. 14, Missoula county, Benner, Montana, on or before Friday, February 16, 131, Ma at I o'clock p. m., for the purchase of bends dated March 1, 1912, of the de. nomination for one thousand ($1,000) dollars each, payable In fifteen (15) years after date and redeemable In ten (10) years after date and bearing tec Interest not to exceed five and one- op halt (SHi) per cent per annum, pay- jiu able semi-annually at the office of the mi county treasurer of said county in the city of Missoula. , Bid to be accompanied by a certi- m fled check for $760.00, payable to the school district No. 14, of Missoula county, state of Montana, to be for- - felted to the district should the bid be accepted and the bidder fall to comply therewith. to The number of bonds to be islued O hblng fifteen (1t:,). and of the denoll nation aforesaid, aggregating the amount of $1i,000.00. The right is reserved to reject any or all bid A. N J. A, fOODn, Clerk of echool District No., 14. 0v January 6, 1912, Bonner, Montana. 1-6-2-4 Inc. Notice to the Stookholders of the Me gone a Anderson Gold Mining 8' Company, a Corporation. You and ,aich of your are hereby notified that on W'ednesdaty, February 21, 1912, at the hour of 10 o'cliek a. m. of sald date, at the oflice of the Ma - gone & Anderson (loll MiIIIng coli puny, at room 301 Montana buildlng, in the city of Missoula, state of Motn Stuina, there 'will be asnemble anll i hitl d ill a meeting of.en the stocklolders of the T MIagonei & Andlerlson (Toll Mining com halls'ny, for the ipurlpose of conalderingll 1 the sale of the entire prolllrty holdinll - of said company of every kindl, clhnr - aster and derlcriltlion, bliing tile Mtt 1 Kiln & Andersln ulllrt. lode mlining A ,hclaim, the Wihe ilule mining claim, the Adelhi lode mining elnInt and thll Nancy Illlliks lode mining etlai, ili - siltuatie in the Flrst Chan' e mining dil - trt of lrallnite (forllrlry Icier Inagle) county, state of Montana, iogether Swith all tihe mplllllrovement and fixturel I. appelrtailning tller'ltol;: llhtl alel' to hI, afor a llmonlle'y (niabllieritio; 1aiso for i'the purlpoe or voting on salid pro pInse1d wale' ndll h, ttake all Ill anl id nii ll1sir1y staps to carry iout tlihe siinsie of slluch'l t.ekiolders meeting with ref ; rence thelreto. i')\VARD MA(1tNi,', Presilhnt of the MaxlKgonl' & Andlllerson Attrt : r, .IENNil 1 MAl(I)NIC, *, st'rertary of salid Companylillll, DIateil M ihilllnni, Mon tallal Jinllllry -20, 1902. 1-213 to 2-r Inc.; 2-12 and 2-19. i: . -. -._ . , ni Notice For Publication. "i Departlment of tile Interior. II. R. Land it Office at Missoula, Montana, Dec. " 11. 1911. - Notlie is hereby given that (leorge N W. Jamleson, whose plostffli nlddlre..s Or. Ili Suerior, Montanla. did, oii the 27111 '" day of ,yitiemblr, 1910, file in tills st. office Sworn Mtltll'nlllt and Alpplili 17. lion, Nc. 02577, to purihaslln(, thIe inorth -r half Inorthlwest urlllllrt ueclllonll 1 tilln Meridian and the titier thereon, anlaer -- the provianian of the act of June 3, 1070. a. nid alet aninndatory. kaolial as the "'"rimb.r and Ston' I.nw," lit 1uch valu. as nII g ht be flx(Ix by alpprise, - laun I and thiat, pillalullannt tao sIacll pIii Ir,'tihon, the land and thl ,br therenl n I iLihavle ibeen appraised, hiel tin r sti C. lnute' 790/. M abolard fit at $I3 fat per M., 1and tihe land $60; thiat satil np -plllant will offer finlil proof in alsup M pla.rt of his appliuttlion and swornll itatlllmenllt oll the 261h day of ,lb.Iru airy, 1912, before legister iand it" ,aivear at Miloul.l.l, Montanll. .th Ally perison is at liberty to protect this prchIntase' before entry, oir n1 Itiat I contesl t at ll illy time beforie pitnt i: aueIaI, by filing t corroborallte'd affi dtavitl in tils offit'e, Iiighiig flacts SIwhichll would defeat the eintry. Jto1IA-ll .ILUl, Rlteglter. 12-24 to 2-22-1012 THE lIME TESI Missoula People Cannot Demand Stronger Proof of Merit. The test if' 4ilnt, IN wh t t.lln thei talh. Th' ltiblh! is ui31'k to discover f Iilsrepr'i.tniittons t;ind l ril alone l will ltallld thi, tHt of timln . Iiiigt ago, t Mli.nlis u t i ziini I Ih clly entldorsdl v D)ot 's Kiduty Tillie; th ov sl i .o still. %\'ttllid ti ''s, s ttit'nl'lnts I' r nllufirlllne by Mlnnnllnlh ritIdr ts ifi I oIiirie' Kid iney 11il11 did not i l 4exN . 1111111i l Iln'rit? 'The folloi ling t'Ihimiiiny xll dlll conll tinelo the i ll o t ske'itl'rtl r'udt' r. I'. A. Mnltclliwslky, 610 IPhllipit it.l re, Misllnulul. Mont.. nlny,: "Ablutat ton years 1g1 1 InJur'd my hibck andi - with iilld p fill' nlli' w itks. Afteir th t iiy hg'u k %Ils winkil nd lll ithough I docl(tlrled and(I I ' llI it a nlllum e)ir f 1'e'lnllO' dies I hteaditlly grrw wo\r. I )(iDn' Kilniy IPllt wr. firinilly ibroughIt toi my ittlentlon and I h1.ign their u1e. ']h1iy rli'vidI lll piriontly and ll on - i1Ifilons hluie, thlnil I hiy' tlellen thl-ig with oold rieults." T'he lloHn twttirnilent wasi given on Deceiti ' r 15r, 1907, inll( oil Ion leeIIIber 2, 1909, Mr. Mitlnclthei'wsky i Idtl: "I Isll pleased to coIrobriornt the publh' stlatmrnnt I gilave In favor of DIl)ln' K'ldney PIII two yealrs igo. 'Thel re lief they broullght ilt that (time ha blen11 ipermanuent." hor saleu byi all dlelers. Price 50 ('iintl. Ienter- M lburn Co., Buffalo, Ne0w York, iole IagentsL for thl Inrtlted IBta tes. Itlenminlber thel nillme-Doun's--lnild take no other. SUPPORT FOR TAFT. Ottumwa, Iowa, Jan. 25.---lxth con greselonal district replublllclans, meet Ing here today, adopted reiolutions pledging suppliort to Pretulldent Taft. It ,was the first of a series if confer eI1nces planned for Iowal districts In opening a uIinpilgn to securee Tuft dllhigates to the national convention, the ipromoters ualnouneed, Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days. Your druggist will refund money It Pazso Olntment falls to cure any case of Itchlng', blind, blending or protru'. ilg plles in 6 to 14 days. 00c. Pwelslmal Dltarn i . A. .--iidl. MISS MAUD GINRAIA manicuring, 8hsmpoolnrr, Hflrsl Marcel aviln and Rr Wevia Room 1i Hammond Sloek. Phone 1 KIRO.PRACTIO The Kiro-Practor never treats .t toets, or uses medtoines, urgery, oate opathy or massage, but by skeletal ad jubtments removes the cause and per mits nature to restore aou to health. S. W. HUDSON, D. C. S. and A. Building, Mleseula Mont. IOCIETY DIREC TORY. WOODMEN OF THE WORLD, CAMP NO. 7--Meets the second and fourth Friday nights of each month, Odd Fellows' hall annex. JOHN DOTTL, C. C. J. E. ABRIEY, Clerk. 621 Harris street. I, P. 0. ... ITEtI, GATH LODGE NO. 883--,Meets in the ik~ks' Home every Tuesdany evening at a o'r'oek. JAR. M,. llHOADT)N. Exalted Ruler. DAN. J. IICY'RON, Secretary. KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS, MIS SOULA COUNCIL NO. 10$1-Meets In Odd Fellows' hall first and third Thursday evenings of each month. A. P. QUINN. (Crand Knight. D. W. FITZPATRICK, Fin. Sea. MISSOULA LODGU NO. 18. A l. & A. M.-Regular meetings first and third A Tuesdays In Manonlc temple. ORS'AIt o10S. W. M. II, 1. RADIJR, 8Rerretnry. WESTERN SUN CHAPTER. NO. 11, R. A. M.-Meets first and third Frt d¶Ans of each month In Masonic temple. A. C. MINER, H. P. B. H. M'CALL, Secretary. HARMONY LOrOS NO." 83, A. P. & A. M.-Meetn In K. of P, hall, F. Front street. Regulalr eommunlratlons, slet and 3td Mondays. Special communlcations. 2d and 4th Mondays. \is'tlng members are eape claily invite . F. H. KNIFILT Y,. W. M. C. It. AVERY, Secretary. MISROITLA ARRIR NO 82, F O. 3. -Meets first and third Tulesdays of each month at 7:30 p. m. at Eagles' hall, Went Main. WV A l,OIIAN. Preonldnt. JAMIER A. IIAKEIt, .,eretnry. R('HILLTFR I.OD'IR NO. 4, BONS OF HIKRMANN-Meert In Eagler hall ,;Irt and third Rundays of each month at I o'clock p. m. H. C. RONNTAC. President. F. W. KITPIIAI, Secretary. MIRSSOILA cAMP, NO. 5329. M. W. A --legulnr meetingn first and third Mondays at 8 p. rn : foriesters' drill ti''oia dand fourtlh Thullrsdayr., 8 p. m., 1. O. 0. F. linll A. IIVSANCON. Conaul. - II:ENitY ItI.AKIRI.Y, Clerk. - 127 Hliggins Ave. MODE RN RROTHII.IIOOD OF AMERIC A, ITNIVIIRITITY CITY IfODITI NO. 191--Meets in Odd FIel. Iowa' hall, eerend and fourth Tuesday nights in nneh month at 8 'c'lock. J11IN NI'liI(u.S. President. JAMIES I. WAI.lLAC(I, Secretary. Rooms 511-18 Montana building. MIRHOUI,A NICRT NO. 1304. OIIDER O1 a WLI, -,Meetas every anoanald and fourth Monday of each monthl at ()dd I'ellows' annllex, 8 p. n. JOHN F. MILI.IR. Pres. A. K. ANDERSEN, Rec. Seo. L OY A L ORDER OP MOORE - -Meets ev ery Thur.. day night of each month at K. of P. hall. J. P. NI'TTIi:*1. Dictator. WM. I0. KRANiCH, Secretary. THIE COUItT OF HONOR-Meets first and third Fridays In I. O,. O. F. annex. Pays death, sick and accident ,. benefits. You do not have to die to iI win. Phone Ind. 1817. I. A. 11. KICNNEDY, Recorder. 1 D W. PENNY, State Manager. MIBBSOULA MANNERCIIOR SING. INt7 SOCIEI'TY-Meets every rhiluy at 8 p. m. at 1090 . Front St., at Wm. Werner's. SH. RONTAO. Pres. at WM. WERNER, secy. 1t UNI'T'i,) AIt'I'I.ANi --M1,tlas , very I first iand third T luentldliy at (idd Iel-. lows' hall annex. it N p. In. 'i I'. J. WVI(III'I'MAN, M. A. I H. I,. IliNiIAM, Hi4evrtnry. Notice of Closing of Registration. nIl Notice is laerby given that tih reg istration books forr the registration of n qualified electrs resilding ihn tile pro. or pnmod town of Itonain, Miont., for the Ila election to I. held at Itlniul, Mont., I' on Monday, I'aebruary 20, 191., will be IN cloeda oaa T'lursday, February 16,'1812, at 5 o'c:lock p, ai. IElectors for such 'I lectilon may register by alppearing before thie county clerk alt Ilie office 6O in the courthouse in tlhe city and coun ", ty of Mltoulla, or Iay appearing before tai any jus:h a of the eieee or notary pubiic, in the manner provided by law. nid F. W. KUPHAI Coalnty Clerk in and for Missoula c'ounty, State of Montana, Dated at Miauoula, Mont., this 9th day of January. A. D. 1912. in l WANTED-Iargailns in real estate of It any kind, City property, Orchard er- Homes, rancahes. We have customers. in W. H. Smead Company on, Phone 212 Red. Higgins Blook Missoula, Mont. fI "MadelnMissoula" ase POULTRY-RANCH 1008 'Box 1050. Blsbee Bros. Bell 8621 BIK. W.R.Yan V Suite U Higgins leek. Mipse PHONE mW Your Opportitunity To Own a Home You can buy on easy terms or will take good lots in exchange. Now, Imodern, four-room house, well located on lot of right sie and priced right, Will be pleased to shoW you. MONEY TO LOAN TAYLOR & PEARSON S. a A. Building. Phones: Bell 920; Ind, 1724. TO EXCHANGE 160 acres; 1110 acres tillable and Irrigable, 115 acres in hay: good water rflight. Party will consider $2,500 to S$3.000 in city property, balance long I tine at R per cent. Price, $8,000. HOVERSON £ STEPHENS 104 East Main St. Ind. Phone 2314; Bell 203. We Have $35,00 to loan on improved city property. how is your Fire Insurance? M'INTOSH a FISHER 115 Higgins Ave. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF MISSOULA Capital and surplus........ 400,000 xcellent facilities for hnsdling your business. F. S. Lusk . . President F. I. IClmore . Vice President IC. A. Newon . . Cashier 11. 8. Holt . . Asslstant Cashier MISSOULA TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK Missoula, Montana Capital ............................ $ 000) 000 Surplus and Profits ..........$50,000 Officers J M. KIT ........................President B. J. CoFICP............ Vice President A. R. JA('Cor s .................Cashier R. C. GIDDINGS.......... Ast. Cashier Directors J. M. Keith, S. J. Coffee, J. R. Daily, G. 'I'. McCullough, p. J. Kline, A. R. Jacob,. Kenneth Rosa. We pay 3 per rent per annum on Savings Deposits. WESTERN MONTANA NATIONAL BANK Missoula, Montana. UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY. cAP^IITA .!...................... *300lI ,OOO BUIt'LUS FUND ...............#o0,o0e G. A. WOLFP...\ .................P..rPesldent JOHN C. LI.HBIOU..Vice President J. II. T. RYMAN ..................Ouhie Directors. John 0. Morony, M. A. Flak, G. A. Wolf, John C. Lehsou, P. 5. Woody, J. IIt. T. Ryman. A GENERAL BANKING SUSI. NE88 TRANSACTED. SCANDINAVIAN AMERICAN State Bank of Missoula A General Banking Business Trans. acted. Chas. H. Marsh Embalmer and Funeral Director e CHAPEL FOR SERVICES 124 W. Main Sat Ind. Phone 4283. ell 111 Resldenoe 259 Bl.a1. Competent Lady Assistant. -------- · WHY Take the time to do yobr baking at home, when you know we make the finest home-made bread In the city? Our akes, sandwich buns and rolls are always in demand. Phone us your orders, we will do the ret. Royal Bkaw t PHONES: Bell 415. Ind. 1i .