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m G000 SRW AMALOAMATED NREACMIS HIGH SIT POINT AND THE METAL TOUCHES 10 EINTS. New York, April 1.-After a brifn irregular perind and cfnlfsion In prices the stock market resumed its upward movement oindy In Industrlaials Amalgamated Copper sold at Its high est price and gains of from I to 9 points were made 1b Anaconda Cop per, Utah Copper and Tennessee Cop, per. while American lSmeltlng and irnited t.intre Steel recovered sotlr of the ground lost last week. It Is note worthy that rnllroad stonks were fir lelss onslirtlllts than the other grotl. The further rise in the tnetal stocks was concurrent with another advance in lthe prIce of the metal, which was qlluoted at 1:I. to 16 cents per pounnd The day's lahor news was a mix ttlre of good atnd Indifferent with a betlter outlook In the textile distrLcts. WVeekly reports of the western trafflic managers Indlncate thIat buIsness Is holdlng up well, .lthouAh congestlon Its resttIted from the car shortange. An udv\ance In nall montey to 3 per rent. together with proftlltakilng, pro rluced dullness and fractional reces dlon, hbut the undertone was firm. The rl e in mo.ey wos n untlural corollary to last Saturday's hank statement in whichll altual reserves were all biut de pleted. It may h.e assumed ithat .thl. vltidltlnn will be rectified in a week is a large proportlion of the April 1 nlterest and dl\videtnd i.lyments is F(r lain to go hacnk into atink coffers. The daty's rlilrnnd returns for l'eb hunry showed Ilnrrenuses for the Penn :ylvanlia system. Its eastern littes in creaslng abloit $x1t0,000 nltI, with tholse wept of Pittlshrgh Increasing $300,000. The retulrns of New York Central were favorable as also were Northern Pa elfle and St. LIotls nulthwestern. II Ilnola Central lost almost $500,000 net and the Atlantle Coast Line decreased The bond market war steady. To tal sales, (par value), $3.216,000 Inited Sltate 4R cotupon alldvanced % per cent, while Plannama I. derilned i" per cent on call. Now York Stocks. New York, April 1.-Today's clos Ing quotations on the exchatnge fol low: Close. Amnlgamated Copper ................. 3% American Smelt & Ref ..7...%. 9 do preferred . . 106% Annaconda MIning ............... 43% A tchison .. .... ... ..... . . ..... 1(1 Atlantc KCoast .ne .... .............140 iniltlmore & Ohio ...............100 Canadian Paclflr ...............23...85 htlsalpeake & Othio . .............T% 'hicago & Northwestern (bid) ..144 r'htrago, Mil. & St. Paul ..........109 Colorado 1Pue & Iron... .. 30 Colorado & .outhoer (hid) 44 i)elaware & Hudsn n (hid) ..........169%. I)enver & Rio cramnde (hid) 23% do preferred (hid) . . . . 43% irie ................. ........ ........... 37 lIeneral Electrlc . . 166 Oreat Northern preferred ..133% do Ore Ctf ... 42%4 llinois Central ... 132 Internationlt IHarvester ...114 ehibgh Valley . s......15 Lnuliville & Nashvlile . .....157 MIssour Pacifle ............... 45% litnsourl, Kannsas & Texa (lid).. 31 National tea1 .. . 57% New York 'entral .. . 113 Norfolk & Western .111 Northern Pacifle IIc2 Pennsylvania . 124% ReadingR ... ............ 1631%, Rock Island 2.. 7%3 do prefrred. . 55 Southern Pacflic 114'% oulthern ITallway . 30 Union Pacific . 17t . Unitned States .toel) cIt;! do prefrrtl . 112 Wabash 7 . do preftrred . 19 . Western l'ninn 53114 New York Money. Niw Ynrl. April 1.--CIals: PrTen mercantile pnrer. 4L;041 4'4 1pr cent. Sterlting etchnnge -te'ndl at : t erline. with ga'tual hbusinenss In haulkers' h)ill1 at 444 for C0.iary ltlls aInd at 413 7 for demand. C'.unnmlccIn lile. 443 4+. (laveramrn(ent b ts Irrltpulnr: rullrnrtds 1t(fnd¶,. "Mronvv nn c'Iil irmner, 2'iQ 3 rer cent: ruiin; ralte. 21;i Tpr cent: "Insing bid, 2-W 4 p't "tnt: offered at 3 p'~r ce.nt. Tim'" IoanIt firmner; CI) dnays. 3%573%4 petr 'lInt: 9o diay. 31y X34; per canlit; 'Ix months,3<;Tl4 per Cntt. Chicago Livestock. C'hlcngo, A prit I .-'Talltl-fl- rlpts. .I"r,00): market ltiv'td o I"' had' hIgher. ji3w4vet, $5.20 It4.G0; Te'xas stMere, $4.5.G 'Ol.$0;: western Rteir4. ;5.2ft,4 i;7: etoolters and feeders, Si ":term /ir C.ir: vows and 1)411.4 , $2,.0o011.cO: "a ly's, $0 50 469. laogs-Tecepl" s, :12,0011; markelt iwa, 5 to 10<' hl hgher. Light, SI.7Oa:79r,, mlied, 87.654t?15: heavy. S7.70r 161 ,, rough. 17.70417,10: pigs, $..:i00' 7..1; bulk of satls, $7.04i717.95. g1lteep-Rfc'@ipts, 31,000;+0 murlk"t slaw.weaic. NaLive, S4,35E06.2 . western, $4.4041 6.G( yearlings, $5.7144,7; lamhb, ,,nptlve, $5.7507.57,; westenrn, , $0 2. 5.65. Minneapolis Wheat. Minneapolis, April 1.-Close; Whea I -M~ay, $1.051/g July, $1.06%7107;; Peptember, 99%c. £buh wb414-NVo. 1 hard, 11.07%; No. 3 nortlhrn, $1.017: No. 2 northtern. $1.05; No. whteat, $1.03. ,.Mbttrl .Mackst, No~w Yoric, April 1.--""4ttanrd cop. per $L41ady, ,btt, $315.736015.767 July, $15.101Q15,57%; e lectrolytic, ,S3.1064256.67V; ,calllng, $14.1717% tclie4 qulet, $4.1044.40. Speltle uteadyr .$.5$l46.754. Bar slaver, &Hc. siin' ad )*rovlalone. ,Clloago,. April 1.-4Predlcltons that *ply 'tavotw le craps can come trmo Texas an4O Oklahoa had much to do with -weJoipijtg the wheat market to day .under #Opjlose , orders. The cNee wag, IWegulanr Dull leaders ro to te11l d up the priesl.at. ]tid ti $1 Sfr September. Alie from a reduction in the Liverpool stock of wheat, to a total of 658,000 bushels, compared with 1,140,000'bd . els a year ago, there was nothlii t give strength to quotations. On the contrary, world shipmentm from Ru* loa, were much larger than estimated. It was news from the southwest that the growing crop was the )hert ever known at tthls aeaon that hit prices the worst. Corn sld, up to almost 76 cents it bushel for ~ahy, with the cash grades tight. and dear everywhere. Blrring an early dip oWahS to profit-taking hy lonna the market was strong through not the sessjon, In a m4lsure onts followed corn atid like that cereal adopted a new scofe for the year. HIor neHling at 8 cents, not ~achedi be [Mre for months, made provisions higher. * COLORED S44UiD IN DUEL AT HELENA Htelena, April 1.-(Rpechil.)-o'nl towing nll anrgument over pollti.es at uin early hour Mondiay morninl \illiatn Jonlle. hot and killed M. a. . ('ni, alias Robe)rt Johnson, in it colored inlel's cluh on ipate street. Both men ire' colored. 1There were fi Witnetnes to the shnonting. Jones claims self-dc. fense. lie shot four times, eacth bul let finding its mark. t'ole fired ncne. the hullet Itaking a flesh wound on hisl enemy's abdomen. JonlltAs .ays that he and t(Ile were both standing wit,, the duel was waged, but the coutire of tie hullets would lndicante that (',le twals ont the floor when he'fired it Jones uand when three of JouIII' Ihuli lets struck hlltn. Coleo eane hero tr ill Itolie, idllaho, two Inontlr tlago, ntlld only yes'terdaly telegralphed for is wife and child to come. Jones, sho tmllem here four years ago from I'\· ero.t. Wash., hra been Ia jltt1, :player In the redllght dlistrict. PIAI, Hamilton. April l.-(8pecinal)--1 IT,. Russell, a. reprereitative of at New York seedpea house, who was in this valley last wlnter, and contracted with ranchers for 300 acre'n of penc, has arrived here to distribute the need penas furntihed to thi 'ranchers by the company. .Mr. Ilulsell spent yester day at Woodside, whbre a large amount of the need was patssed out to ranchers of the locality. Mr. Russell stated last evening that be would he here several days in looking after the distribution of the seed. DARBY NOTES 1 Darby. April 1.- (Rpeial) Charles Ray received some usllht In Juries yesterday from a fall. lie re turned home last night. Mrs. Penarl Coulton was taken quite sick yesterday, hbut was resting very easy lust night. Darby is to have a baseball team this seuson atnd it will try to clean up all the other Hitter Root teams. Ad lInrrill's little daughter has been III for omtne time but In recovering now. Elmer Nicholson and wife were in town Tuesday night. Mrs. Nicholson Is leading tady In the Dramati'c club. TIhe Durhy Dramatei club will pro duce the great romantic four-act drama, "l:nder Two Flags," some time In the near future. The members are work. Ing hard to make this the till of the season. Arthur Wilkison went to Forest 1l11 to work for the spring neanon. lie came up from there Tuesday night and reports everything In first-cla s shape, saying that overyone Is getting ready for their spring work. The Dtrby Commercial rihi will hold a meeting Tuesday night at which time some of Drirhy'n most prominent citizens will speak. After the speaking a banquet ,will Ih held and during which time the Darhy Con cert orchestra will furnish mushc. Miss (lertli RBarrill took a trip to hIamilton last Tuesday and returned the same day. She went down with .\rs. Pearl Coulton. The Darby Ipublic schoOls closed lIst Wednesilay andlt will open next Wednesday. Elmer Nh'holson went to ltke Coino Thursday. Mllss Mlabel Click ivas married to Lawrelnie .\lcI.nnghtoin, Robert Averill tand wife acting as best man and Irild.'s onuild. The couple returned fronm Iiamllton and will remrain In l)arby until after April 8, after which time they start for a wedding ltrip tatting In ill the largest cltLes. They will stop at St. Paul and Mlnneapolln ,L few dtly and Irom there they go to Clhicago iand is far aeaslt us ~'+w York city :after which they will return to FDrhy, where they will make their Iomnle. Tha,+t will be at hornme some tirej' ;;ftier May 1. Mr'. Lawrence is i,n, of Imrby't motnt promising young Eid hIarrill returned last night from Ihte Clearwater county, where, he has been the past week trapping. Heto re pIrts bringing back nine polts. Ile nats says Intinglr this fall will he griat In that coutntry us big gamne is plietiful over there. This is his last trip thie seasmon. Mlrs. 'harle's I. Stout has been quite ill bIlut is able t bte tip and around aatin now. Arthur Woods iL taking suplpiles ti to his mine, on Hullghes creek. Ito ex. I)'(t'tn t to take ot a lot of gold. this summer. Dud flay' hals sold hib Rye creek ranch, consisting of 390 acres, Dr. Dunlap and family from Sprling. field, Ill., have moved into poss T ole and located there, J. J. Dockery .reports spring work opening it week from Monday. IIt, reports that ,the pnly thing that is keeping the ranchers .tack Is otn ae. count of the frost coming out of the ground and causing It to be too wet to work. Julius Schuit hnin been out on the 'loody ranch for the past week work Ing but came to ,town Ieday on ,ac count of a sprslae4 ankle, recelved while llttlng potgtae olut of a. pit. He expeats to return to work to about a week. Jack 14cWhirk 5les' to forest HIlJ :*lnlay.to :;work. ..Ila 4Hpactr, to be ',1ira ,post of the summer. 6 'OReenup and family Were i town Saturday nglst. .AWAY WiT AIAEI A FI I DISEA A SAPr OLO.DPAIIIONIS REIMDY QUICKLY RELIIVES ALL DISl TRISSING SYMPTOMS. If .you are subject to frequent colds, or it you have any of the distresspig symptoms of catarrh, Mich as stuffed U4 feeling in the head, protuse die tharge from the nape, slqes h the nose, phlegm in th& throat ~ aMwkipg and aiplh4,Aq bend or nostrlsl or rub th' ýl at ptr chest with a little Ely's Cream "ilm, and see how quickly yop will get rellef. In a ftow mltllttes you will teel your h.aeil clearing, and after i.ling the Balm for a day or an the nasty dis charge will be checked, the pain, sore ness atnd fever gone, and you will no longer he offensive to yourself and your friends hy constantly hawking, spitting and blowing. Shake off the grilp of catarrh before it Iml.lrs your sense of taste, smetl and hearing and poisons your whole system. Int a short tome you can be completely cured of this distressing disease by using Ely's Cream Balm. This heallng, antiseptic Balm does not fool you hy short, deceptive rellef, but completely overcomes the disease. It clears the nose, head and throat of all the rank poison, soothes, heals and strengthens the raw. sore memhrantes, making you pronf against colds and ,ataurrh. Olt' application will convince you, uad º, l,0O cent bottle will generally cure the worst ease of catarrh. It is guaranteed. Get t Ifrom your drug gist toId.ay.-Meiotlttih Dl)rtg company. ARLEE HAPPENINGS Arleo, April I.-Mr. and Mrs. John t.Lnca:lttr of Stevensville are visiting their son W. M. Ianceaster and family 1nd1 friends. .Mts. 1itugene D)eMers and Inhby of ullttle re vislting In Arles nt the homes o' A. .,. nd L. A, DeMers. Mr. antd .\Mirs. R. J. lollland and their son, Ilobert, alre spenllin ia few days in .\11ai oula. Mr. tand Mrs. ilHarley flentfro re turned recently to their ranch tafter spending the winter at their old home in Iowa. Miss Nettle V. Slocum is visiting friends itn Misotala. The schtnols will open aigain Mlon* day. April i. Ihaiving hetn closed for two ,aeltks otn accou',nlt of illness of the principal. John ('lark expects to ttnove his fumlly to a rtianch onil VIatlly creek. Evans O. lnnlsn retulrned a few days ago from at trip to Mitsoula and the Bitter Ront, where iht. ptllrhastdtl teams and plows 'for iiICe o n hise ranc'th alccroes tihe Jocko. W. 8. Troyer anttd n.ne, owell and Dale, a;re engallgd itt pIl)wing andl ecar penter work on Ith,' homestenld of \V. II. i"erguson. H. R. Loganl, presidenlt of tile Fliat head Itesetrvatioln Stock (Grow.ers' lts -oclautlonl, desiresr to, alnnouncel that the antnul uttt"ting tof the abtsotgiction will beh held at SI. iglnnIlts Sate turdaiy c.even. Ing, April t, at 7 o' clock. tFull attend ance of tmtrnlI'r is tldesired. Wilillu n Orville, proprltttoto of the Arler Ilntl l, hIas ptllrclhtlaslld I farm, threea miles west of Arlte ort the Jocko. Mrs. Antoinelnar Hnahy is visiting relahtive tit Ronatan. l'lht Arle,' ·Rtnday scihool is making preparatioas f'or an lauster untertain ment to, he given ;at the' schoothouse Sutnday evenintig. April 7. Mi .l Myrtle (lrace of Missoulta vle. Ited her nmotlhr, Mrs. .J. 8. Inners, Sun day. Atrs. ltiItahmtand al spnt nsrveral days last week with Mr's. lben at Dixon. A son wts l)orn ls t week to Mr. alnld Mrs. Jamrlons Martz at their honle on a ranclah nlorth of Arlee. PARADISE NOTES Paradise, April 1.-Special.) Dave Cardy has returned from Perma, where he lha taken utp 40 acres on his homentead right. BMr. Cardy Is located about one and one.half miles north of Pernla alnd will move his family out as oon an he rucan get at house built on the pl:tce. Tlhoman Trouper of Ronan in in Paradise sailing on his numerous frlendn aund visiting hisn on, John. The Sturman and Nelson families were shoppers in Plainn Thursday. Johnson and Mloffat are this week hippinlg a (larllnad of potatoes to Boze man. Th' p)otatItoes were raised eo the Northerin 'tnile fharill and are a credit to the Paradite valley, John ilagole in painting hist stor' building. J. T. .lrll of Plains IH doing the work. Miss d.ijnli Steele has returned td Paradise after a ipltaant visit with frlends and relatives In St. Paul. Mr. and Mrs. Pred Davis have re turned from Spokane, where they went to adopt a little 3-months.old habe. The Congregational church has do. clded to have their services Tuesday evenings. The Sunday services will be conltinIed until tlhe weathter be* conmes no .wQrmn iat omfort. Denton' r I tarii ' m111| jo II~d the vacant hpusOi a n,tlhe. Northern, Pacific farm as 'lod 'as theilt necessary repairs are completed. A. P. Flatten made a business trip to Plaeins Priday. 0. W. Baldwin, proprietor of the Royal cafe at Dixon, was in town thli week on Iusliness. J. H. Thompson from Trout Crook waS in town the latter part of the Week. * The Willing Workers gave a supper Saturday evening In the Paradise ctfea which was well patronized. The so. cloty owes Ia vote or thanks to Mr.s D. S. Terry for donating boer paclous dining rooms for the supper. Mrs. Leon Garber of Plains is .pending a few days with Mrs. Veri Carl Pe k tq hort business trly S, W t inr Tljy,. Thursda tor ISpolke, where e wea ployer to tl Ei young mtan who hlac go into thaebak office and take the deck the othba man used ehd se, ir yot an gert some oIer out of chaos." An hour laterl ther enthumartl you0n. ma~ dfldently reports: "Mr .XII 1f at sorry, hut have looked dl through the eard index and the teleslhone directory, and I I cn' find the address eo' MI'. ('hln. w A te ,ll that order from him." Ye Cure a Coll in One Day. Take Iaaative B1rmo Quininte Tnhets. Drugglltl refund moll¥y it It fulls to elre. 10. WV. Orooye's signature Isn ol acnh hox. 'l oiflts, Don't IHe strprlstl if' you hvI ii n alttlllk or rheUtmatinm thin srPring Jllust rub tlhe affected ,orls l fripl \, ith ( halnherhiln's lt linllent rtlltl It \ 111 coonon tdisnppear. Bolh 11y all dei'rs. Netie tle tlpgtng Contractors. Bids will be rioelved by the flop Lumber Manufacturing company, at it officet in lope, Idahn, up to and In 9luding April 10, 1912, for the logging and putfnl aifloat In the Clark's Pork rlver, all 'he wmetehantable saw log tim her on the following dcerlthed Innds, estimated' to be approxlamtely 25,000, 000 feet: East' half of section 3; west half anid west half of southeast qllarter section 11; west half nothwest quarter, south west quarter, youth half southeast quarter section ;3: all of seclton 23, ex cept northwest quarter of the north west quarter; east half and tlsouthwest quarter of the soutllwest qlarter of section 25; nertheast unarter, east half northw6st quarter, soultihwe'st (qalrte(r of the northwest quartet and ctat half of the southeast quarter of section Rt, antl fractional east half of )Ih,' north east quarter, section 27, all In townshlp 25 north, range 3b west.. Southeast quarter of section 17; all of section 19; west half of peclion 21: aif of section 29; all that portion of section 31 not cut over, In towneshlp 25 north, range 31 west. No'theast quarter of section 5, township 24 north, range. 31 went. Ope-half of this atnount to Ix- logged and putt afloat on or aulit ia lrc'h 1,, 1913, the blancee not intlr Ithl:n March 15, 1914. No logs t( h pilt afloat during high water. The successful bidder will be re quired to furnish a bond In the sum of $1.000.00 for the falthful cOmpletlon of his contract. Parties wishing to look timber over will please confer with J. E. Norby at Thompson, Montana. 2-7 to .4-6 ia. Notice for Publication, Department of the Interior, 11. L. Land .Office at Milssoula, Mlontana, March 25, 1912. Notice is hereby given that John Dee Virman, of .uperr. r, Montana, who, on February 20, 1911. mad,'e home 4cLad No. 03179, for thi' Inortl half of the southwest quarter, souithwest quar ter of the northwest quaiirte'r of s.c ion, 4, townsahp 17 unrth, range. 20 West, Montana merldicp., has fIlfd no tice or Intention to niake flatl five' year' proof, to establiskh qlaim to the land arbove desrrled, ,bfor reaitter ndl receiver, at Mlns,)ilh, folntania, on the' 29th day of April, 1912. Claimant nanmes at wth,~-asos: William tryan. Il,''ly S41haw, Attin reifflin. DanIel L. Mloor", all ofr N ierinr, Montana. JOSIAII flll!L,, Iteglster. 2-25 to 4-27 Inc. ·= m lmliiIl Il Trees That Will Grow That's what you want and that's what you get at The Missoula Nursery. MISSOULA NURSERY STOCK IS BEST It is home-grown and, therefore, acclimated. You get it fresh from the ground; it is not dry. It is free from paste or any infection. It is true to name and will not disappoint. WE WELCOME VISITORS OUR NURSERY IS OPEN TO TINSPECTION a " ,e r .... Caolin p'. r doneysuokls. y I and the ' nard apple' (Rapi4 Gr ~.wr) Woeobinend Cl mati~ Lambert end. ing Cherrie. Ash, W"low, Birch ' R ber Rose* ' Panel. l 4I 1yk Aetere W~lHR OUR SHADE TREES ARE PROPAToED "TJEle Big9ek ones.. and Other. "u.uh Rose Everyhins Orchard Tre es ,utn Motasth Rod (sloiw GraweSyring') 'ina P," l el s Jo lsthr'n Sift Mapl All the Bpireas r p r lori Brllluty Cuaolina Ioplar Honesluokln A 4 ' ,il " and other Hincard apples (nRapld chrtrr) Woodbine and.1lgmrti ".la a , ' , " Lambort and.Bing Cherries Ash, Willow, Birch Rlamble. Roses , Plnlr ll ' yks Aster " "Tile BlaiBlaok Ones." alnd Others luus RocI .vIr . ind, o ur ' ... . . + +" L' . " O hl Hdm es . ...i ''' F n> :a ' } + _ ....... -+ P S _ ... . - .. .ti... ! . · ·' 4 t, tW3.WILL HAVE A L.AR [ BIUNCH OP H.IRS, mostly young mares; . to I geldlngs, Und mules on hiO it all times. our hpwres ;catii he In Mlssoula on ;,Mafqlh i 1 Our marze arq a low-4own b)octty typo. We will sell ypu titsnam ,I the Installment PJlsnpart qh and balance In monthly paympnts. We will tnke anytilnd of livestoaok ns part paymPt, Instead o.f .ah. Caonme nltl oon ui before buying. J. s. IMAN, Manager. Milnnolin, Montana. Both Phones, 466. HORSE SALE A. Public Auction of 22 Heavy Work Horses Will Be Held at Missoula, Montana, on Saturday, April 13, 1912 Anaconda Copper Mining Company Lumber Department DR. BISBEE Cutesn the Wourt Casus .of I. C. S. ITCH SUBWAY B. A A. BUILDING. In,. Phone. 6i. . ll. i29 EBlso nda CI tM iiBlackfoot'Lumber Manufa dteu e1 Pine anarchi t ai ibe plAtt Office Loeated a t Bsagei er, Weda 4U•all' ted at ~iani lton, a,iI .(St. Regis, Monts,. Our miUs have ,constantly on .hand;'la . and coatple.te esortments of yard items in Westernm. Pine, and'Montana Latrch. Our. facilriJ sps.r ptt of getting out bill and special items wit tt H .i 't delay. ' Shipnmnts made ~ve tN. ;l P. ;; P. 'S.railways, A large and apdplete fatpoyl.p connection which makes Atnything ,tieedea ',.n.; Sash, Doors, Window and "Door Frames, Mold-, , ings and Interior Finish. Large factory' for tnfiffce manufacture .d .. ' Box Shooks, Fruit and Apple Boxes Phones-Bell 106; Ind. 742 MILL.ENDS STOVE WOOD READY TO BURN AND QUICK DELIVERY ,$3.75 Per Load (CALL POLLEYS LUMBER CO. City Sawmill Bell 414 -Phones- Ind. 484 SCANDINAVIAN AMERICAN State Bank of Missoula A General Banking Buslness Trans. acted. FOR SALE Four good work horses and driving harness. Missoula Gas,Co. Bell Phone 563. MISSOULT . ID n SAVINGS - K i , MlssoulsMo -.. . surplus and Prpt, ... Offeier J. . CRH. .....K..IT ......., yit S. .JACOTI ............yI...os chat it. C. OIDDINOS ...... ».1,. .a iýle Diisdters J. M. Kelth, 8. J. coff, J. ). ,Dally. o. T. .MeCautIuh. P-. . Kline, A. I. Jaeobsl, ,.,nnt ." We pay 3 per cent per ,isas Savings epu Ii. W9STERN MONT NA NATIONAIB.ANK Misseu!a M.t.taa. UNITED STATES DEP SITARY. CAPITAL ......... ... 4 SURPLUS PUNp..... G., A. WlOLFp....... --.t..t JOHN. C. LEU,. i J. H. . ..ll..... " John G. Morony, 'M. A., lIpOQ. A. Wolf, 'John C. jLebsou, V. H. Woody., J. H. T. Ryman. A GENERAL BANKING BUS1 NESS TRANSACtED.