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a n imut. ",I'mf ,~~~~ ~~~ , ·- l.It- - " ".'- - , -." - :I':! l ··I' . ". ---.-, I..I. -." ~ ··* Da~1y Puzzle 0 & a THE HAPPY MAN. The heavy advertiser is His store Is full of bargalns The man who gathers In As nute are full of meat, A lot of dough, for, don't you know, And wise ones chase Into his place He couldn't help but win. And block up half the street, Find an unhappy one. Answer to yesterday's puszle: Right side down, nose between lady and man. Classfied Advertising Rates Per word, each time............ cent Per line, per month.............. cents All ads must be ordered for a stated length of time. Orders for ads to be taken out must be in the office before 4 p. m. Minimum Charge, 16 Coent HELP WANTED-MALE. GARDENER WANTED TO WORK ON shares. Albert Wood, Victor. HELP WANTED-PEMALE. .-.- --..._.. GOOD WOMAN COOK.rOR BOARD. ing house. 801 Pat. street. WANTED-HIGH S('HOOL GIRL TO work for her board and room. Bell phone 1074. WANTFD-I.E7CPERIUENCJD IRL for general housework; apply morn Inog. Mrs. Little, 117 South Fourth street east. HELP WANTED. WANTED - RAILWAY MAIL clerks; customs clerks: average $90 month; spring examinations in Mis. souls; sample questions free. Write immediately Franklin Institute, Dept. 210 L., Rochester, N. T. MEN AND WOMEN TO LEARN barber trade In eight weeks; special inducements now; percentage paid while learning: tools free; secured over 10,000 positions 1911; graduates earn $15 to $25 weekly; catalogue free. Moler System of Colleges, 226 Main avenue 8pokane Wash. WANTED-SALESMEN. NURSERT BALESMEN WANTED Large lines; gash each week; exclu s ve territory; liberal terms. Taki ma Valley Nursery company. Top penlh. .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, Toppenish. 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. ODD JOBS ON AFTERNOONS AND Saturdays for University students at I.e per hour. Tel. to University. EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES, 0. P. EMP. CO. BOTH PHONESB. WESTERN EMPLOYMENT AGENCY RED CROSS EMPLOYMENT AG'CY. SCANDINAVIAN-AMLIRICAN LABOR Agency, 190 West Front street; Bell phone 094. Open day an,: night. I I A- - -- STRAYED. STRAYED OR TAKEN OFF THE range, two colts, one roan-gray and one gray, three years old; brande O on the face between the nostrils; will give a liberal reward Tor their whereabouts. Pat Joyce, Potomac, Mont. STORAGE GENERAL STORAGE, HOUSEHOLD f0qds, merchandise, fruit and vege hblei everything on earth. J. W. ei.v. 714 West Cedar WANTED-BOQARD AND ROOM YOUNG MAN WOULD LIK BOARD aGd room with private family, about fot.a u1qks .from bridge. T. M. K., It s wlsedl n, . #ARPET WEAVING, t a , SITUATIONS WANTED-FEMALE. SEWING BY THE DAY. BELL phone 7802. LADY WANTS WORK BY THE DAY. Call Bell 7820. WANTED - NUi'RING, (CHAMBEIt work or work by the day. Phone 1023 Bell. YOUNG LADY WANTS POSITION as stenographer; experienced. Ad dress, E. H., cart Missoullnn. SWEDISH GIRL WISHES HOUSE work in or out of town. Christine 'Nelson, general delivery, Missoula. YOUNG LADY WISHES POSITION as stenographer and office assistant. Experienced on books. Good ref erences. Address K. O., Missoullan. AN OPPORTUNITY TO SECURE first-chlas professional piano player (lady): ragtime, dance music: sight reader: also sings. Write E. M., general delivery, Miles City. FOR RENT-HOUSES. MODEFRN FLAT. 432 W. SPRUCE. MODERN SEVEN-ROOM COTTAGE. 214 South Fourth west. FIVE-ROOM MODERN HOUSE, $15. W. T. Graybeal; phone 805 red. FOR RENT-4ONE APARTMENT, Curran flats. Phone 138 black. 3-ROOM HOUSE, CEMENT CELLAR: fine garden; low rent. 929 Defoe. THREE-ROOM HOUSE, FURNISHED or unfurnished. 619 Phillips street 2-ROOM APARTMENT, ROZALE apartments. Inquire 718 black. Bell phone. FOR RENT-FOUR-ROOM HOUSE. half block from Whittler school. 609 North Fourth. TWO FIVE-ROOM FLATS. 105 and 307 South Third street; Bell phone 546 black. FOUR-ROOM COTTAGE CHEAP. Inquire 716 South Fifth west; phone Bell 871; Ind. 1635. ONE THREE AND ONE FOUR room modern flat with range. In quire 502 East Front. SEVEN-ROOM HO1USE, CHEAP. close in, South Second street. Phone 234 black or 870 red. FIVE -ROOM MODERN FLAT: range, shades and linoleum. Call 812 South Sixth street east. BO W LAN D APARTMENTS-FOR special rates to permanent tenants. See Wheeldon, Ind. 482; Bell 99. BEVEN-ROOM HOUSE; WIRED, bath and cellar. 517 East Spruce. Street. Inquire 511 East Spruce. FIVE-ROOM BUNGALOW; WITH range, linoleum and shades, also 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-ROOM COZY MODERN flats, $14.00. Inquire on premises, 601 North Second, west, or phone, Bell 1008. NICE COTTAGE WITH THREE large rooms: good cellar, large yard, with lots of fruit, corner River and Orange, $15.00. Phone 291 purple. WANTED-MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED--0 WORK HORSES. AL bert Wood, Victor. ROOM AND SOARD WANTED-TABLE BOARDERS AT 608 South First street, DRESSMAKINO. DRESSMAKING AND LADIES' TAI Ioring. 1l05 Cnooer. MEDICAL. FOR GAIL STONES, APPIIENDIC1I tie, cancers; temale dlseases, con sumptlorl, agthma, Sheimatlsm and all chronlo diseases, go to Vinn Ger. ma-n lMidlcal Co., 688 Toole Alvernue " T1F , i Xl-rts ,I & IBA POUR-ROOM MODiir ous; O-toot lot; terms. Addri postotfics boa 447. PINE. NNW, MODERN RIOGHT. OOM house, nicely located on south side, at a bargain. C. q., Missoulanm, IX-nROOM MODERN ''VOTTAGEI lose In, Hammond addif.: a bafrgsl In a new home. Phone t= BelL ,EAL WITH OWNER, SIX-ROOM house, modern, for sale, on South ilfth" west, car line. Address T., care Mlissoullan. NEAR LOWELL SCHOOL; NICE 4 room house. 3 lots; well improved; fruit and shade trees. Terms easy. Owner, 1201 Howell. FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE. SPOKANE RESIDENCE PROPERTY for Missoula property. John Day, 681 Alder. FOR SALE-INDIAN LANDS. RE linqulshments and town property on the Flathead Indian reservation, ontana, Address "The Flathead Teid Company," Ronan, Montana. boi 185. FOR SALE OR TRADI. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-THOR. oughbred Cocker Spaniel pup, five months old:; will sell or exchange for bridle and saddle. Address N. D. M., 'care Missoultlan. STANDARD REGISTERED STAL lions, two 4 years old; one record producing horse; Finthead lake or. chard home, 7 acres, for sale or rent. Box 61, Camas. Mont. FOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS. 544 EAST 'MAIN. 211 WEST SPRUCE STREET. MODERN ROOMS. 411 ALDER. COSY ROOM. 516 EAST FRONT. MODERN FRONT ROOM. 520 EAST Front. WE L l .- FURNIHIIEI). It IATED rooms for rent. Intl. 2233; 511 South Fourth street west. COMFORTABLE FURNISHED rooms for men; hot and cold water; stam heated; elevator service; rates reasonable. Inquire room 27, Hig gins block. HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS FOR RENT 224 EAST SPRUCE. 728 SOUTH FOURTH. 619 S. FOURTH WEST. 526 WEST SPRUCE. 322 MADISON STREET. 425 MADISON STREET. 211 WEST SPRUCE STREET. THREE ROOMS IO)WNSTAIRS. 427 West Pine. THREE OR FOUR ROOMS; MOD ern. 604 Phillips. DESIRABLE LIGHT HOUSEKEIEP Ing rooms at Paxton block. 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 HOUSEKEEPING 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 ES. tate. Taylor & Pearson, B. & A. building. LOST AND FOUND. PURSE, ON DALY ADDITION CAR, containing ring and money. Return to Missoullan. LOST-ON WEDNESDAY, ('HID'S gray fur mittens on Pattee or East Front. Phone Rhoades & Howard. LOST-ONE PAIR GILARSF IN case, marked Newton Schwelker. Return to Missoullan office and re ceive reward. FOUND-14 K. ('UFF BUTTON, corner Higgins and Front. Owner can have same by applying at Mis soullan office, proving property and paying for ad. LOST, SINCE LAST APRIL OR May, a black Spaniel dog, brown eyes, white chest, right fore foot white, tall long and well feathered, turns up at end; answers to name of Bing. Returned to me Sunday night with new black collar, but strayed during night. Reward. D. G. Kinney, corner Beckwlth and Hilda. HIDES AND JUNK HIGHERT PRICES PAID FOR hides and Junk by the Western Hide & Junk Co., 521 West Cedar street. Bell 1068 red: Ind. 1740. MONTANA JUNK CO., SICHATS & Reiner, Proprietors. Highest prices paid for all kinds of scrap Iron, rubber, metals, dross and hides. 886 5. Arlsona street, Butte. Mont.l phone Ind. 1586 WOOD SAWINO WOOD BAWING., CALL R2LLY'S p- ooery; FOR S TRTTO N'S WOQ11SA leave orders at Bonne's cOgery, ell 114. POULTRY. tOR. SALE-WHITP PLYMOUTI1 f-dbk cookerel; Ptshel 4trhal 4irqot1 *1, is, 8. pounds, , Phoae S* Ee, , 1A00 South Fourth waet, SI X' HOMES In ,Miboula to trade orchard or ranch iatldsd I ..S. ORR EALTY .00. i en n611 wok etsn-etr POR SALt.-MISELLANrIOUS. OIL HEAt IRS. PHONE 67: RED. DRY COTTONWOOD, CHEAP. Php.oe 4 red. APPLES/ SO CErNTS AND UP. Phone $463 black. CORDWOOD $5 CORD; FULL measure. 413 Red. HEATINi STOVES AT COST- Mc Ouffey HldIMware Co. OLD PAPERS PFOR SALE AT MIS soullan Ottlffice; 30c a hundred. APPLES AND CIDER, SPUROiN'S fruit farm. Ind. phone 1185. HUBBA.RD SQUASH, TWO CENTS per pound. 737 East Front, ONE ROLL-TOP OFFICEI 1),EK. Inquire 36 Waahington street. - *-*--I---~'~--- MAJESTIC RANGI, GOOD AS NEW,. cheap. Phone 708 block, or call 73: A street. FOR SALS-ONEC IIAVY. YAI'VY team, weight, 2,800 pounds. I.. Il. 1.. care Mlanoulian. ONE THOROU4IHBRRD PFRI'Iti-.i on stallion. For Information, Iatl dress J. P. Logan, ('cno, Mont WOOD: GOOD, DRY PINE. 1..A\'I: orders at Hoyt-l)Dickinson I'lano house; phones, Ind. 614; Bell 77" FOR BALIMi-"BPINNER" WA'ltIIi machine; cost $131: will sell for $;: as good as new. Phone 6069 red. 110, South Fourth west. PURNITURE, NI.W AND CE('ONl) hand: I pay highest price for sec ond-hand household goods:. I(ins Jensen, 13I W. Main. 819 black; Ind. 1754. THE SMALLEST LOAD OF RlloltT wood for the largest money: fine nnld dry: half-cord load, $2.00. and on. cord load, $3.50. Bell phone 229; Ind. 1609. ONE TWO - SEATED IIOI.ZMAN auto in running order. $100. 'One 40 H. P. 4-cylinder Continental motor, used only 30 days; cost $425; price, $150. 787 Eaat Front. " TWO THOROUOHR RI:1) IAr11rilElD Rock cockerels, yearlin.g, $2.50 ench: quick meal range with watler front and pipe. $40; Cole's air-tlght wood heater, with pipe and lore hboard. $13.00. Address D., care Missoullln. J. D)ONEY, DRALER IN IIAY, IRAIN and'wnod. Office "12 W. Cedar. Phones. Bell 584, Intl. 32. Ware housele- wb eiatti itrat'et Cwest: Phones, Roll 94R black; Ind. 1247. Hay. $13.50 per ton: oats, $1.30 pr~ hundred: wheat, $1.31 per cwt.: wood, $t.00 cord. FOR RENT-FURNI8HED HOUSES. TWO-ROOM CAIIN. 411 ALI)i:It. TWO ROOMS. 415 WEST lIN.. FIVE-ROOM FURNISHED HOUSE. 417 South Third. A NICELY FURNISHED 7-ROOM house. 417 South Third st. FURNISHED FIVE-ROOM COTTAOG.F. Phone 440 black. 615 Bouth 'lfth west. THREE-ROOM I"I'RNISHEDI lioU'lI4 211 Woody street, $15 per I.llnth, ,water Included. THREE-ROOYM H()IEI, N.tAIlt il(I'lf school; water, llght tand ihoon,. $12 per month. Inquire 31.5 Wt'est Pilne. FOR SALE-INDIAN ALLOTMENTS. THREE INDIAN ALLOTMEN'I'TS, 0 acres each, tour miles from Poison, joining the tails. Address John A. Matt. Aresm. Mont. FOR RENT-BASEMENT. WELL LIGHTED BASEMENT UN. der Isis theater. Inquire Victoria rooming house. FOR RENT-MISCELLANEOUS. FOR RENT-TEN ROOMS, $10 816 North First street, over Allen's store. Alis Summons, State of Montana, County of Mis soula-es. In the justlce's court of Hellgate township, before H. M. Small, jus tice of the peace. 0. D'Orazi, plaintiff, vs. N. Karpan tonin, drfendant, The state of Montana to the above named defendant, greetlng: You are hereby summoned to appear and answer before me, H. M. nmalil, a justice of the peace, In and for the county of Misoula, at iny office in Mlssoula, on the 5th day of February, A. D. 1912, at 10 o'clock a. m. of said day, to the complaint of G. D'Orasi the above named plaintiff, in a civil action to recover the sum of $21.90 and the costs' of this action for goods, wares and merchandise sold and deliv ered to the defendant at his special instance and request. And If you fail to appear and answer as above re quire,, Judgmlent will be taken against you ccroordlng to complaint filed here In, a copy of Which is herewith served upon you. Given under my hand this 5th day of January, A. D. 1918. 1. M. BMALL, Juetice of the Peace. 1-6-1l-~0.9T About ,,00o0.lIbQ feet of timber to trade for olty property, or will sell for caib; 114 d.ie* from Northern P.Otfio loadilr sirtUtn; A *.*erm Moda tHouwe, near in, to t otd , ov so a or will ex OMh0tc for tintll property. 4.. . . . . .... , 604. :r · ¶Ui00.0o-4 ehel* ID Ai 14r Mt*. moul Couny . School District No.4,' MIula coun ty. Montana, Banner, ot.otana. Notice is hereby gtven that sealed proposals wilt be reoelved at the oft rice of the olerk of school dtstrtleT o. 14, Mlisoula county, Bonner, M. oils , on or hefore Friday, February 11,,91'1 at I o'clock p. mn., for the purchase or hcnds dated March 1, 1912, of the de nomination for otto thousand ($1,000) dollars each, payable In fifteen (1$) yeats after date and redeemable In ten (10) years after date and beeal.g Interest not to exceed five and ose* halt (564) per cent per annum, pQ* able seml.annually at the office of tie .ounty treasurer ut said county it).*% city of Missoula. Rids to be accompanied by a reUl=,, fled check for $750.00, payable to atI school district No. 14, of MIAs56W1 county, state of Montana, to be tor. feltird to the district should the bid be anelepted and the bidder fail to comply therewith. The number of bonds to be Issued hl',ng fifteen (15), and of the denomnl nation aforesaid. aggregatintg the atl.unt of $15,000.00. The right Is reserved to reject any or all bids J. A. CTOOD, Clerk of school District No. 14. January 0, 1912, Bonner, Montanla. 1-6-2-4 Inc. Notioe to the Stookholders of the Me. gone a Anderson Gold Mining Company, a Corporation. Yu ahd eanch of your arc hereby ntified that on Wednesday, February 21, 1912, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. of saidl ate, at the office of the Ma gon & Anderson Gold Mining oi)n pany. at room 801 Montana hbuilding, In the city of Mtissonula, state of Mon tana, thetre will bhe assembled and hield it meeting of the stockholders of the Matgone & Anderson (Goid Mining irtn nILny, for the Ipurlose of conshelirlng the nclc of the entire propeurty holllings of said company of every kind. chur tctetr and destcrlltion, Iting the Ml gllne & Andersonl qtarts lodte mlinitng. 'laim, the Lids lode mnning c'lInt. lthei Adell Ills nlt minng claim unit thlI Nanicy llllnks lode mining clahn, iill situate It, the First Chancie nling ,ll.i trilc of G(ranite (fornlerly Deer I.ndgeW) 'itnlyt., itntt of Montana, together with all tihe impirotvenments and fixtrtin. allIpphrtalning (hereto; sald walel, it ie fill- ai money cneSlderallon; alp,, for the purpIosl e of votting olln id ptllllo .p-ed sale and Ili take till lgal alnd 'nece''is1ry Step to, iarry ouit the .st.n of stch stonkhiulitrs meeting with Iretf erence thereto. EDWARD MA(P)NI-:, l'res(iilient of the- Magonl, & AIInderson (11hi Mlhiing (CompanlUly. Altist: JI:NNI2 MAtlA1ONI,. e.r,talry of a1nid ('on.lmp7ny,. IDated Mi ,tll, Montana, Janullary 20, 19:2. 1-23 to 2-5 inc.: 2-12 aiidi 2-19. Notice For Publication. Departmenlt of the Interlor, I'. tn. IAtd Offlce at Missoula, Montana, Dec. it, 1911. Notice is hereby given that IGeorge W. Jamleson, whose poIstIiffice. addross to Superior, Montana, did, on the 27th day of ISeptlembr, 1910, file In this ferice Sworn' ttatement aori Appllia tlotn. No. 02577, to ilurchlase tlie northl ihalf northwest quarter s.ectioin 33. towin. ship 16 north, range 25 wert Montana Meridlan and the timber thereon. untder the provisions of the act of .hIune 3, 1 017. and alis amiendatory. knon.t as the "Timber and Stlone. I.aw." at such value as might be fixe.d by aplralse menlt, and that, pursuant to Nuch atp pllcatlion, the land and Iimber Ithereon have been atppralsed, the timbelllr eisti mate 70', M board fIet at $3 50 per M, andl the land $10; that saidt amp plieant will offer final lproof in sup port of his application anld wirn statenmnt on lthe 26th day of Felhrul nry. 1912, before RegistIer and eo celver at Missoula, Montana. Any person is at liberty to protect this purchase before entry, or initiate a contest at any time before patent issues, by fillng a corroborated affi davit in this office, alleging facts whlich would defeat the entry. JO)hIAH 8HUI., Reolster. 12.24 to 2-22-191, Alias Summons. State no Monutana, Cnunty of Mis ainlla-es. In the justice's court of Hellgate township,. before I. M. Small, jus tice of the peace. G. D'Orazl. plaintiff, vs. Matto Pan aone, defendant. The state of Montana to the 'above named deftenldant, greeting: You are heltreby summoned to appear and answer )hbefore me, 1H. M. Small, a justlic' of ilthe peace, in and for the county of Mtisoula, at my office in Minsoula, on the 5th day of February, A. D. 1912, at 10 'clock a. nt. of said day, to tai- complaint of 0. D'Orasl, tilhe albove named plaintiff, In a civil actioin it relcover the sum of $82.25 anl the costs of this action for goods, warles at nd merchandlse sold and deliv ered to the defendant at hlil sipecial instanc,, altd request. And if you fall to aplear, allni answer as above Ire juired, judgllllent will be taken agaitst y',u a.c.rlding to colnllaint filed hire in, a cd.lly of which is herewith served U1 11on yOU. Given untder my hand this l5th day of Junuary, A. 1). 1912. H. M. SMALL,, Justice or the Peace. 1-6-13-20-27. Alias Summons. Btate of Montana, County of Mln soula--.. In the justlee's court of ITellgate township, before Ii. M. Small, Jus tice of the peace, 0. 1)'OrtAl, plaintiff, vs. Charles Amhol, defendant. The state of Montana to the above named defendant, greeting: You are hereby summoned to appear and answer before me, H. M. Small, a justice of the peace, In and for the county of Missoula, at my office In Missoula, on the 5th day of February, A. D. 1912, at 10 o'clock a. m. of said day, to the complaint of 0. D'Orasl the above named plaintiff, In a civil action to recover the slln of $30.70 and the costs of this action for goods, wares anft merchandise sold and deliv ered to the defendant at his special Instance and request. And If you fall to appear landi unawer int above re quired, judgmenit will be taken against you accordingh to complaint filed here In, a uo)ly of which Is herewith served upon you. Given under my hand this 5th day of January, A. 1). 1912. t. M. SMALL, Justice of the Peace, 1-6-18-20-27. A lighi galvanlzed wire basket, to be suspended from the shoulders by qtvsp' has been invented to aid a laundrega in her work. Prooffilea L... I@ |L? Atteeney.et.law a. . _utldig MISS MAUD GINtRAS = Manicuring, $hampoolng IIahresetn Marcel Waving and 1 iri' WeyýlnII Room 15 Hammond Sloek. Phoeowlm KIRO-PRACTIC The Kiro-Practor never treat dt. teots, or uses medlcine, surger, oate opathy or massage, but by skeletal ad .uatmente removes the canse and per. mtae nature to restore you to health. S. W. HUDION, . 0. ,. and A. Building, Miseeuls, Moat. t OOirTY DIRECTORY. OODMUN OP THE WORLD, 1 ' N. l--Meets the second and Friday nights of each month, o1 1ows' hall annex. JOHN DOITL. C. . J. E. ADiHfY. Clerk. 121 Harris street. B. P. 0. .. HELL OATE LODGR NO. $81--Meets in the Elks' Home every Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. JAI. M. RHOAD.ER, Exalted Ruler, DAN. J, ICEYPRON. Secretary. K·NIGOTS SOI COLUMBUS. MIS. SOULA 00'UNOIL NO. 1021-Meets in Odd etllowe' hall first and third Thur dl Ivtlngs of each month. A. P. ~ , Grand Knight. D W. I PATRICK. Pin. Sea. MISSOULA LODOW NO. 1i A. P. A. M.-ReguIla metting~ first and third Tuesdays n Masonic temple. OStCAR BOOS, W. M. H. L. SADLDR, Secretary. WESTU RN SUN CHRAPTR, NO. 11, R. A. M.-Meets first and third Mrl rr.- of each month In Masonlc tempile A. C. MINS H. P. . H. WM'ALt Seretary. HARMONY LODGO' NO. 38, A. P. A A. M.-Meets In K. of P. hall, W. Front street. Regular oommunloations, 1ht and Id Mondays. Special communications. Id and 4th Mondays. Visiting members are espa clally invited. P. H. KNILff Y, W. M. C. R. AVRRY, Secretary. MISSOUIlA ARIEQ NO. 3. P. 0. O . -Meets first and third Tuesdays of each month at 7:30 p. m. at agle. ' hall. West Main. W. A. IOAN. President. JAMES A. IIAKER, Secretary. ('HlIIER I,OD1)(7 NO. 4. SON.S OF IIERMANN--Meetn n Eagler hal. ,irst and third Sundays of each month at o'clock p,. m. H. C. SONNTA(I, Presldent. P. W. KUPHAL, Secretary. MISSOU..A CAMP, NO. 5329, M. W. A.-Regular mee.tings first and third Mondays at 8 p. mn.; foresters' drill seen dand fnurtrh- Thurdays, 8 p. m., I. O. O. F. Hall. A. RIESANCON. Consult. IIENItY III.AKIr.YV. Clork. 127 Higgins Ave. MO DERN BROTHERHOOD O)F AM I RICA, UNIVERSITY CITY LODGI. NO. 1t91--Me.ets In Odd Fel lowa' hall, second and fourth Tuesday nights In each month at 8 o'rclek. JOHN NI('CH( L.. Preldent, JAMECS I,. WAIlACIF. Serretary. Rooms 511-13 Montana building. MISSROILA NES' NO. 1304, ORDER OF OWLS-Meets every second and fourth Monday of each month at Odd Pellows' annexw a n. m P. M. I.i:ItltY. l'r.s. A. K. ANI)I"I tWIF:N, it,,. 8,,. LOYA I. ORDER O1" M)OR( -Meets ev ery Thurs. day night of each month at K. of P. hail. J. P. NETTLES. Dictator. WM. E. KRANICH, Secretary. THN COURtT OF HONOR--Meet first and third Fridays in I. O. O. P. annex: Pays death, sick and accident benefits. You do not have to die to win. Phone Ind. 1217. A. H. KENNI DY, Recorder. D W. PENNY, State Manager. -IBBOItLA MANNERCHOR IING. ING HSOCIETY-Meets every Friday at - p. m. at 109 E. Front St., at Wm. Werner's. H. 8ONTAO, Pres. WM. WIDRNICR, Secy. IUNITITI) AIITFIIANH-- M,..ls every first and third 'rtues(d),y at ()dd tl-01 lhw ' hull fnnex, at 8 I. III, 1. J. WIIIIHT'MAN, M. A. H. L. IIUNHIAM, Ht'reetary. Notice to Stookholders. Notlce Is her.eby g\ven that annual meetilng of thu VI'tr 'omlnmrelal company will be lh il at Its office In thi city of MJiRsIIIh, Montana, on Monday, the rth (lay of February,. 1912, at 2 o'clock Ir. n., for the pur Ipose of electlng trusteesl for the4 ensu. Ing year, and such, other bhlllnels an may come before the meeting. V. H. M'IIOD, Preldent. J. H. INCH, Secretary. 1 -21 1912. Do not'allow your kidney and blad der trouble to develop beyond the reach of medicine. Take Foley Kidney Pills. t'hey lgve quick results and stop Irregularltles ,.ith surprising Drnmotnaes. fmlth Drug Itore. We Have $3.50 to loan on Improved cialty property. How ls your Fire Insurance? M'INTOSH PFISHER 115 Higilne Ave., WANTEO.,-Bargairs In real estate of any kind. City property, Orchard Honies, ranohes. We have customers, W. H. Smead Company Phone 212 Red, Higgins Block Missoula, Ment. ori ou, 14 timber, 1U6Mae 5 ; Real Suite s Higginse Sleek etli Me PHONE Your Opportunit. To Own a Home You ran buly on easy terms will take good lots in exchange.i Now, modern, four-room house, well located on lot of right nlteand prlred right. Will be pleaned to Ilow yout MONEY TO LOAN TAYLOR & PEARSON B. & A. Building. Phones: Bell 9201 Ind. 1724. FIRST NATIONAL BANK or MISSOULA Capital and srplus.......9400,000 Exoellent ftoltiete for handling your bustless. P. S. Lusk . President I. H. Elmore * Yr President B. A. Newton * + . Cashier H. S. Hiolt .. .Assi. Cashier MISSOULA TR, ND SAVINGS K MIMula, Mentana. Capital ................. o..... ,ooO Surplus and Peredt ",.*-o.OO J. IM. KXIL..............Prelldent ". J. CO.PVFI ......Vioe President A. R. JACo ._.............. .,Cashier R. C. OIDDLNO5.(I.... At. Cashier J. M. Keith, I. J. Cottfe . R. Daily, 0. T. MoCullough, p. J. Kline, A. R. Jacobs, Kenneth Rols. We pay ! per cent per annum on avlngse Deposits. WESTERN MONTANA NATIONAL BANK Missoula, Montana. UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY, CAPITAL . .............. 00o,oo SURPLUS " UNDS-...-.-.O,O e (. A. WOL: ...............President JOHN C. LUIHOU.Vioo President J. H. T. RYMAN -........... Caishlr John a. Morony, M. A. Frisk. 0. A. Woir. John C. Lehsou, . E. Woody, J. H. T. RYman. A GENERAL BANKING BUSl. NESS TRANSACTED. SCANDINAVIAN AMERICAN State Bank of Missoula A General Banking Business Tra.s. acted. Chas. H. Marsh Embalmer and FuneraJ Director CHAPEL POR SERVICES 124 W. Main t,. Ind. ,Phone 8. ,"5. Reeldencee gS Blals. Competent Lady Aseletsn WHY Take tho time to do yntir ,1 ng at home, when you know. YdS mpk the finest home-made bread IU'the Our cakes, sandwoh bun.s ad, roll, are always in demand, Photi us your orders, we will d0O the rest. Royal Bakyel PHONES; Sell 415. n OzlO 105. .