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\V \ ý ý: , Tbe .\E'ntldrfly if ?ilialc III llrlokld·n' " ii Iii* id ii I ii'he r PastiIr tlasill'N Ilnri l I~I,. . .i1i 1I,.i f1rlit lb.~ w:l, i or tlii. lll..iiin "The 1,irii Ks f lb ,wle lld d" '1h.ir nod inrt telxt dilri In humj .ll~iit Sji ll. iil') u.\\gir.inliii to ibe1 Iih, . '. rll '.rvpiili lI i 'fr Ilo . N y. t houf rI.nt ttten tlsR . I n I l ir'11 ii I ti f r i i i g l'. pin ' I ilr o e tlii lit.lfiii lvi iufht Id ,trn l o .iry" d lhieiti Il d +wll.ii aull hi liii' s1· l lnr if tile fi,«tR :,1i 1 .,1 1(1 Io n \C-as h Ihr sa11." i (It l ' i.1 1ivr olnvlr. *ttol IoniCo in' il I. in r, on k "nW m, I' .in it ds.lI.ii lif. 'lirflU ifý, r lltl 'I n f l lIi 1. i II,.11 iiiliiiiiiil it. «. aidiih IU11.1! seer ,if hl v1ri n e h n ,t .1. nl'~w iii vt llhiig trusiu iti. law a.1v Jiit tlfii'', buna~ttl tit. i t(lit, "l tii' ' nov" 'if' tI Ii nhiv i a ind i 1o n rl u'iit']'lit, tli'vi 'Ii li ' h y ti't..1 hn.1''ou«,w r finl t fbi'r "II,.' '5 iln l l r i liii tultu ' Ii ii %iitu,l ii? th II N :i ',ci i et.i i i .\s aI r'nily h rl' iWO lo im f Ih i trits $i'rhti( v the iih 1111i1 rll' s' h ho Ir..i 'I'll, nil yrr liouviy i5iiii,hi. Ill. I'.I an if al lb s hepi. hun 'r i it, iii huh h"itlhihi ptfir. tuntigryd II li r.' Iiri lidg itsi trus tihelir J ti'iih hint" I ii', '' hN 'iiir iii t ,i.ii u'lke ttit, How Would You Like to Own THE BEST RANCH IN THE BITTER ROOT VALLEY? It is an alluring prospect, is it not? It is not a difficult matter now, for The Ranch Is for Sale at a Low Figure SLocated hetwccen Stcvensville ; llN (:,orvallis, adjoining the new townsite of the Missoula & Hlamilton Electric Railway, this ranch is in the very heart of the valley. It includes 400 Acres Newly Inclosed With High Woven Wire Fence 'lw, complete sets of Ibuildings one with Iine-room brick modern house; the ,tthier with a six-room fIramc hol ise - each with barns, sheds, cellars and polIltry hbouises. Water right of V.0 inches-Supply, and Union ditches-all headgates on the place. The anlch ie. cropped as follows: 2'i6 acres in grain; 10 acres in peas; 10 acres in potatoes; 10 acres in orchard; balance in tame-grass meadow and pasture. The farm is equipped with new and modern machinery, sufficient to handle it properly. It is stocked with Percheron and standardbJred horses Jersey, Guernsey and Holstein cattle -rcgistercd stock. 300 Berkshire hogs--imported brood stock. 5001 turkeys, ducks and hens--from thoroughbhred strains. There is a market at the door for all the milk and cream. This Year's Crop Will Be Worth $15,000 The farm is for sale, as the owner wishes to retire. The price is low--$100 an acre with out the crops; $125 an acre with the crops. The stock and machinery will he sold at reasonable figures. Terms, one-third cash; balance in 5 and 10 years--secured by the property 6 per cent interest. For further particulars and for an inspection of the ranch, inquire of the owner, JOHN DEFFEBACH 433 South Third Street, Missoula. mnn." The nation wotlld hlsvo gone over promptly to JTer.s had the S4crltehr antd l'iarlrern, the dAtenrs of the hIw, set thee axannlpo ur d givien the word. Mtorrover, the trnrhings of Jesus'tl, lirermoniels.d thue mInge'(! of the law nnd thel prtlophels over which the 4(erlthen alnd the Pharltrees and the ntidduleilces had long wrryangled and disl rilled. I lhd the iheltorls of the law hren al h1unigry fir the truth ao were tlthe p'ople, ullindlltetlhdlyv aill of their! dilrf'ru.eno'u lf Interpretillnn of the Olid Trelitienrtl seriplul res would havei lspeeditl.y ,lrn sol\'eel In the Ilgtht or the then ptreutI ren stl leth and knowledge olf irl,d. whirIh w\a.s shi.inleg clteon the Itlhl throeich thre Iely Spirit. Je, iat andl tie' ptistelee hteIng Jehoveh'sa iiilut hp leeli. The Key of Knowledge Buried. in olur text Jesus'I eh'lairge.i the Jew ith dIotore of divilllty with the ro nponilhility Iof havingl taken away the key of knowledlge, refusingK to ilsp It themselvs Ito enter Into theI great np plreellill of thie' en b nlllings tihenl due', end hilt gr it freeom llre ien tei en , )I pmrl. pile. whoti d rlntl thit aI to l liitety. We charge tihat the iollee thinleg In triulre te day. Not rlonly rwere Ithe Jewish pople typil'ial of Npirtlrll Irs lrael, l eind theilr :ic, t.itel'dl of this ;iv. 1and their ler vret typlel 'lt of the i rellt olr culo.eim time ,of thiln l.g, lt sidlt iiniall, now ls Ithinl, "(ld's p,,opile perish for lack of knoiwle'dge."' (olineasl , 5:6~.) Nlw, iots the)i, thle doitlore ofi d ivinity will not Lire the key of knoIwleldge thrlnselves,e I 'lienter heartlly into the iwonderful privlegets and blessings now due, anlnd ldditlinailly they hlisve' hurled the key l tnowledglhle. hlllng It fras, thIe peo. ple under a l s.iinsn fr trens and cere But is Knowledge Necessary? it ouer Lrd's daiy the Jewlish doc' tIore of divinity, or ralhbi, contelnted th irnso Ives with toiling the people wh0:t tIhey shnlied dlo nlid whaet they phiieliI net do, built they didh not teach tli, pe-ielite -they did not help themt ie an.V understaindingh of the deep' meaning of the law and the prophets,' In our text Jesus said to the "D. bD,'ipD "You bind heavy burdens on the peo .ple, grlevous to be borne, but you do not attempt to cntry those alrdtions you'lrselves." It is so to this day with the Jewish rabbis, as well as with other min Isters; for Instance, a minister stands as a representative and mouthpliece of the church creed, which in round about terms daclares that whoever does not live a saintly life will suffer an eternity of torment. Is not this a grievous burden to put upon any con solentlous soul? lies it not caused untellable anguish to many of God's true people? And lhats it not repulsed and driven many from (Ind and the thile, thousands of the most Intelll gent minds in the world As the J.lwlsh dtators of divinity carried n(o such burdens, neither An the doctors of divinity of Christen alnm. Int private they acknolwledge that they carry no 'uch burdens. In public they give the inference that they do-not so mulch by positive terms as by Impllcation, tone and in filecton of voice, and by the general fact that they stanld ror and as rep resentatives of the ereds which so teach. It does not excuslle these In fluential teachern for thema to claim that In their official capacity they lose their personnl responithility and shift it uIpon those who made the creeds and those who, adopted them. The people are no longer trusting the creeds. They realize that the creeds enntltall atlany Inoensislltenctes, anti that reanter llght is todaly shining ftrwa one page of tlhe illhli upon an other, thaln rtshonae In the days when thalsn creeds were' formallltlleld. Tlthe celmllon people, trlust the Ihihle -Jesus, the' apoastles and the prolph Its. They know that all of the creeds of ('hrihtendlnm alrinlm to ,ae laullt lupon the Insplired record. Tthey ulndrrrtand thIe Scrithe, and Pharisle,'s of today, th.e doctors of dlivintlly of (Christaen dinan, to give aassauranaces that those creeds propeirly presenlt the teachings of the Bible. The creedal chains would beeancle rompes of sand If all the prominent doctors of divinity of C'hristendom came forward and pub Ilcly renounced them, as they nearly all do in private converattion. It is this matter of mnlslenading the peorlple, dleceiving theta that ronstl tutaed the basis of Jesusr' charge against the doctors of divinity of old, and. we bhelieve that Ills Judlgement is .ery sl,,iltalr todlay respclc'ting tlhe dc tors of divinity of Christendom-"Ye have taken away (ye hIave hidden) the key of knowledge. Ye have not entered in yourselves, and them that were entering ye hindered." Christlan iqp)g today are so dis gusted with 'he "*ileds which have seiriartd them their lifre sah er Il t. it,' OO" dift nt denomlnimtlns that they are tquite reudly to discard thesm all, and to O.nid together as one churlch of the Ilvin' God to study the Bible in ItO loRwiJbt, . - $8Ye e KsMHliding. aThe arrbei a p ses of our day are provin shemtaibes to he the anti-typesl of those adleasedt by Jesus In" nulr text, and have a sushtitute for knowledge. Taking away the key of knowledge, they say to th(e cnmmon people: Do not bother your head about doctrines; leave doctrines to (t.t clergy; let the clergy Indorse all the creeds, however, confllcting they mey b4e. We do this in order to lull you to sleep. There is nothing so ciil culatedl to disturb the Cthrlstian's rest its tho discussion rof the doctrines of l ll ttA., ., there be to., panx a.on gregatlon those who elanllt fee'I aFnt tsfited without some kind oif Ittile study, let them have it, but get themn rather to discussing the geogrlaphly of Plshastilne rand the habits and itnaitoitnl of the people, etc., rather thnn the hproplhecies of old or the interpr'eIn: lions of them, as given by .Iesll Iand the Apnstles. We. ministers will keep ilmtl from such Bible sttldy; we will keep l i watch upon the Itible ,' hl'sses. llnd Interfere only if We find Is llle brotllher therein who Is nl'lined to delvo sifter the doctrines of Ch'rlf.t and thei apostles. One misnister, voloing thils ipposil. tilor to Bible st0dy, esp'tially along ithe Ilnre of differences where it woutld be of splecial value, said, "The church is like a., great bhospital. I.verything like docetrinal dlscusslion rmust be lusn ished uand excluded, just as in aI hos 11i11l tll noise sla forbidden, that the paltients Imay isleep, or JIust aIn in a issrMery nsise is excludeid thalt chil dren ilmay sleep." Alas! It is too, trite Ithat the nimn inll chllurclh of Chlrlst Is like it hiss iltal, mallny of whose paltlintslH re, blind. and dent and asleelp and Incen tally confused. But the trouble is: These got Into this condiltlo because of a lack of 'healthful exercise; and keeping thenm qdlet will but turn the present hospital into it ceuluetery. What tlhs churches of all the de nominations need is the Word of Clod --as preCensted in the wuords of Jesus and the nposltles: "The' words that I speak unto you, they are spirit, and they are life." The sln-siclk and lame, the blind and deaf and mentally per. plexed need to hear the voice of truth--"Wonderful Words of Life" otherwise they will become snore sick and will perish as Chrlstlans, but to become alive perhaps as "lovers of pleasure more than lovers of God." An Episcopal minister In our hear ing urged his congregatlon to simply rest, not to bother the.mselves about thelir own future or that of othlers. 'l'he Holy Caltholio church, lie said, resembled a ship, in which the mem hIes's should n'ome as passengers to be carried to the heavedly destination. They needl not examine the compass, nor the chart, nor the machinery. All they need to do is to sit down and enjoy the jolurney, truastng that their Ilptism ialln the Holy Spirit have giv. en thessn a free ticket to a proper des tinatlon. Necessity for Knowledge. Knowl.ldge of (hod, the Bible de clatru 2, is Indlispensable for tihe attain Imlent sof thel great lprtao of the hiigh callig. 'Thus Jesus said, "This is life eternli, that tlhev nmay know Thee. the only true God, and Jesus Chrlst. whom thou hist sent." (John. 17:3.) We fire not to llnderstand this to signify that anlyoine who la; merely been made artlalinted willh tihe fact that there' Is one Creator. and that Jeustl i4 Illin nnI. is on ;i'cciunt Iof this knowledge to heI grnted oev"rliltilng life. Homne think to he able to mink, voil I tle various Scriptures which tell Its If lht' nei'ienslty of makfing our "clllitng ni chl(,''oll isure;," by iot run ning as to olitain tile prize. (I Cor Illlnhi rans. 1."4.) (ur lord'b wordsl o lnot refer to a kluowgledgei' shoull (ftel. hut to aI knowl edge of or personall inquaintance. with (ldl find Ils Not. And such an In thil:tu acquaintlance s not obtained merely by an Intrlductlon, but by i:nmtlpanioshll p; it signifles an intl matiy of acqualntiaceshlp, a famll lurlty. lEverythlng II the divine word enoutlrllagof thotc' whot accept the dl viune Invitatlion to draw near to (God, li 'ioitoe Into fIllfiolship with IlI. thut ithi knowredg' orf God which will hring a uliinly row to in tnvatiou fi I lghlient planIie Iands reinted to (,ild's wort- w Ih,' tie aclhings5 of the lilihl' for thuils .Ild ni lted tll word, Iby iaking it tIhe ohalllln.l for spiriutsl re''fr'Hhluent .lld p, rnional icquall n tui.eshlip with IItmelf. Thus Jesuth prayed for its. Hlls fol lowers, "8Sanctify theill through Thy thruth, Thy word Is truth." Any who neglect the divine word will fall of the sanctifying power and thus fall of the ultimate acquaintanceship with CGod which alone will guarantee ever lasting life. The roason why the Lord has thus arranged the matter and made knowledge of tile Sorlptures es wt-ntial, doubtless Is that thus His' faithful people may tb benefited; and they alone receive the Instruction whlich will profit them alone, but would more or leoss njurO "Others. Thus It is written, "Ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free." To this clamls lstr TLord says today, ah lie said to ills Juwlsh followers IJ centuries ago: "To you It is given to know the mnysteors of the King dim of (God, but to all outside these things are spoken in parables and dark sayings, that hearIng they might nllt understand anld seeing they might lnot peIrm'IV." 'lio t!io outsiders-the doctors of divinity--ii not permitted the key of knowledge. "Elven so, Fa. ther, for so it seemnIth good in Thy sight."--Matthew, 11, 35:26. What Constitutes the Key? The key of"kllnowIldge oionsrits of the faithful study of God's word, with an' honest purpose to know the things that are freely given unto us of God. This Implies a ,consecratlon of heart, for none others would r 1ly desire that they might do the divine will, And this implies also a faith in our Lord's promise that He that doeth "the will of My llather shall know of the doctrine." (John, 2i17.) It is this consecrated, consolelatIot Bible study that Is Ineking tod n'-that is beklg discouraged today by the great toachers and dctors of divinity. study, to get rid Poftte darkness the oreids and sprttions past, Is s'a)Osd--but doctors or; 4Itlnity of`ild those of Jesus' &ay, are as though they do,ltpow. Du t do not knowl the oppose real Bl161i study--not openlyl but' setbty,; ".tr fear of the people." (Mark; 11:1.1 12:12.) The great Tellglous ldtfptp Of the, .ews wetre marked by oet Lord as heing loss consctentlous, loes hon est, than the masses of the p~eolj|, ('oncerning the people we read that "Jesus was moved with compas.llo0. when he behld the multitude, thtii they were like sheep Without at shep herd." And is it not so today, also? Are not tinny of God's people hungering and thirsting for the truth, and greatly perplexed and ,dlisentraged be canls, going time after time to the religlious leaders they have received nstiend of bread "a stone," lnstead of a fish "a serpent"--a falsh doctrine, a devillish misrepresentation of the Almlighty's character and plan in re spert to humanity? Thelse devillsh doctrines of the dark ages St. Paul cralln "lonetrines of demorns," because Ihe demolns, the fallen angels, evi de.ntly have propanf#td them. They are to he found amongst all of the henthelns, but nowhere In any Worse form, nor ns itud Iis aitnongst Chris ilans of all denominations. Is there not therefore a great responsibility restlni ulon every conscientious min-. ister of the Gospel, that he should step nut from amongst the massa of the doctors of divinity, who are hid Ing the key of knowledge and mis lenading the Lord's trusting sheep of nominal Chrlatendom? "Impossible to Deceive Very Eleot." As we have already shown they cannot keep penned, lnor keep nsleep, nor keelp the kn,,wlidlge frnom the aiintly ones.who clnllntillt "the very elect." Our Lord, speaking of this time, said that the dcept'llihns would ie such that they 'old deceive, if possible, "the very elect," but in their case deception will not be possible, for the true shepherd Himself will help them. But, oh, what weeping of disappointment, and what a chagrin and gnasbing of teeth will .'come shortly to the "false shepherds" to the key-hiding doctors of divinity, when they find that with all. thqr en deavors to holster up shams and au perstitions in whieh they themselves do not believe, the entire fabrio of churchlanity will collapse, as' the Scriptures predict! It is quite unne'cessary that I press the lesson of this text; I leave the matter before you-not merely before this tongregation of Brooklyn, hut before the 12,000,000 of readers whom the Newspaper lSyndicate assure us come in contract with my weekly dis courses. God will urge and press the "Prarl of Great Price" upon nobody. It is for sale to those who will give the price-all that they have. Gad has adopted plans and methods which will demonstrate ndll prove the class worthy of a share in Messiah's king dom. SNOWSTORM WILL PAY A DIYVIDEND VERY SOON WValle, July 6. - ($p'rial.)-An nounle neit was madei y,.tordlny that the nowetrll etlr lcmpalieIlnay will snl p;ay i $:lo,clco dlivlllle d, whle'h is on the lth.si cf ntis IL shlre. I It i fllrthlcer int oucell., I th the uittne amlenlll. t will he, dlsiIeirsed quierterly foer a perhid of Ione ya;r. It hasli bern I;early 11 year si ae' lew l 4cnowstorm'c paid its lut 'The suc.cllc'4essful nmilling otf thle Ire by ih, new Iplanl, and thie iecrorcsed price ,of coplper, it inl sta.ed, warrant thll an nolnllrc ntlll. I'lho culpacity of Ihe I le ,.t tIlratolllr will hoee doubled durit g thu Utlletlcer. To measure coal passing through a chute a Peqnsylvanlan has Ihvented a device employing spiral vanes, turned by the coal, to operate .numbered dials. Why Such Nimble Feet?---TIZ No More Tirbd, Aching, Chafed, Blis tered, Calloused Feet. Nol They Now Daneo With Delight. I' r 3 Send for Free Trial Package Today. SLike blithe, merry music TI' makes I your feet fairly dance. Away go the aches and pains, the corns and cal louses, the bllaters and bunlons. TIe draws out the acids and poisons that pufftt the feet. No matter, how 'bard you work, how long you dance, how long you are on your feet- rTJZ brings that Infinite calm and repose to tired, aching feet that puts you at ease with yourself and all the world. Try a TIZ toot bath and your wrinkled brow will smooth out ai it never did before. Write today to Walter Luther.Dodge r & Co., 1388 1. W~bash b.A., :lhle. o, Ill., for a fret trial p~eailk 6t'tr¶Ez or r go to any 4rul, .t dL eat or I general store a to of STIZ, 25 cents a hox. And's. that 'you buy Tl--demand.P TIZ. Don't oooept tubstitule. " . Thel Big Blackfoot L C91niztu j mI Manuiacturers of Westrn Pine and Larch .l * General Sales Office Located at B~p ,er Mgat Bonner, Montana, . Mills Located at Hainilton, Monta. St. Regis, Mot4ntn4. , ,. 'Our mills have conatantly on had Isagr an, complete assortmePits of yard items in V.'W tqrn Pine and Montana Latch. 'Our facilities 'Mitf of getting out bill and'special items with the least delay. Shipments mide over N, P, andC, C .l_:, 4 P. S. railways. A large and complete facoy i connection which makes anything dieede. in1 Sash, Doors, Window and Door Framep, Moutld4x. ings and Interior Finish. -Large facto" for the manufacture of Box Shooks, Fruit and Apple Boe:: Phones-Bell 196; Ind. 742 O-4,. Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior, United' States Land Office at Missoula. Montana. June 17, 1913. . Notice is hereby gtoen' that ":'uin Pritchett, of Arlee. Montana,' who, on December 23. 1910. made homestead entry No. 03067 for the southwest quarter of section 34, tOwnship 17 north, range 20 west, MontM.a meri dian. has filed notice of intention to make communtation proof, to es tablish claim to the land above de scribed, before register and receiver at Milssoula, Montana on the 29th day of July, 1912. Claimant names as witnesses: Archibald R. Grant. William Moss, Christ C. Pritchett Fred Dumontier, all of Arlee, Maeaiasi. JOSIH BHULL, ]Reslater. 8-19 to 7-19 Notice for Publication. Department of tile Interior, United States Land Office at Missoula, Mont. June 10, 1912. Notice is hereby given that John Graham of Potomac, Mont., who. on April 1, 1911, made homestead entry, No. 03818, for the northeast quarter of the southwest quarter, north half if the southeast quarter of section 22, township 14 north, range 15, W. X. M. has filed notice of Intention to make' commutation 'prof, to' establish claim to the land above described, be fore register and receiver at Missoula, Mont., on the 22nd day of July, 1912. Claimant names as witnesses: Bid Smith, Charles Smith, Daniel Wise, Henry Martin, all of Potomac, Mont. JOSIAH 8HULL, Regliter.' Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior, UTnlted htates land Office at Missoula, Montana. July 2, 1912. Notlr', Is ilhereb'y given that Alerx ander Molltgonlm'ry of D,ellrala, Mon anh, who, il AugusIt 21, 1905., l1madei homeslnc ted ent.rly 29:1f., srial No. 0379, for the unrth half of the noirthesti quarter, tile sluitIheaslt quarter of the lnortheast luarter, the llortlihast quarter of the northwest quarter, sect ion 18, towlnship ill nitith, range 30 W., M. A4., has filed nti,'e of in te('ntion to Iake five-yeur prof, to e'tlaillih c'hini to thel' lan above dclnribhed, before register and r.ecliver at Missoula, Montanau, on the, 12th day oif August, 1912. I'ltililnait 'nalmes 1as witnesses. Edward (folc of De(Borgla, Mont. H. E. Rogers of Maliese, Mont. John Welch of DeBorgia, Mont. John Collins of DrIporgla, Mont. JOSIAH $LIII L, Register. 7-3-8-3-1912. WOMEN'S CLUB WORK FOR CHILD WELFARE (Continued Iroli 1'Yago I'our.) increase the number of arrests of Juvenile offenders. Thils difficulty can be overcome by providing that the officers escort the children to their owt homes rather than to take them to the stationt house under arrest and that tile parent be considered as the offender rather than the child. The federation in each state has now a special commnlttee to consider the industrial conditions of women and children. This committee usually. works along the following four lines: It gathers information regarding tile adverse conditions under which wom en' and children are compelled to work. It finds out from physfilans; philanthroplists sland egperts of varl ous kinds what the Idtea requires monts should be concerning age, asex m'ental and plhyslcal progress, hours of work, sanitation, and the living wage in coniectlu'n with the various industries of the state. It endeavors to discover what efforts age belt~g made to enforce existing laws, bad though they be, what reforms are be ing agitated and what public and pri vate philanthropy is doing ,to help the situation. Having secured these facts properly authenticated, the legislative committee places them at the disposal of every club In the state, so that each club may become in turn a center for a campaign of education and be eus abld to use its full influence in aid ing' the state to overcompe the unfa. vorpble conditions. (tomorrow-Women's Club Work. XL -In '.otal Service end Rural In.r provement.) A folding clothes tree, which, hllde Ilitp a tubular 4ildpost when it is not in'- se, has beaeninvanted 'by i Mary l~n. .. .. DIS OULA TRUST A D M M,. li.. BAtana. ".,I; C pftal ..t. :....... . ..: llaO l Surplus and Proi, ..... SOffiOes. ,, . M. KEITH ................. Presidet S. J, CoFPi........... Viqe PO dent P. C. GWDDINNG ..._.» Met. ( $~ Dlpeotor . . 3. ML K ...th. l S. CoU t Kline, A. P. loobs, Kenneth K1aOs. We pay A per cent per asfum or' . Ivlnse De..sit. ý,,.. :, , WESTERN MOINTANA NATIONAL B~AN. Mfiidoua, Mont. UNITED STATES DEPOIIIfARY. CAPITAL ................~.., BURPLUS FUND ........._... 0 G. A. WOLF .~..... Presldenmt JOHN U. LEHUOU...Vlce PresIddnt 3. H. T. RTM4.. Diroetes. - ' John G. Morony, M. A. Flak. ,. A. Wolft. John C. Lehdon, F. I. Woody, J. H. T. Rymln. A GENERAL BANKING. 1 BUSINESS TRANSACTED. SCANDINAVIAN AMERICAN STATE BANK Mlnsoula, Mont~tau United States Depository for Postal Savings Fund. TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANK ING BUSINESS. Travelers checks, drafts and letters of credit available in all parts of the world. Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent. Interest Paid on Savings Aooounts and Certificates of Deposit. Orton Iribers 460 HIGGINS AVENiUi. State Agants .,. steinway &. Sone Chicketrýlu i &,& n 1Ofl Vose' & Sni lbMl sn everal other.. high-Pgrade Pj Mill Wood, 46-Inch Get It Nowv Load, $4.75, , Interstate Lumber' Co. 1 Bell Phone 106. Ind. 742 ARAGE if Montana Missoula Iron Works I, Duas 'and Iron OMtlnslg Mablhl work doe to order. Corner Toolse avenue and 8ltteq Root tlak, Doll Phone 641 .leoki Ind. "!hon.e i " Real Estate Bargalt In ranch lands, Mlssoula Iot ald 4mproved property SI fouangr Avenue -.Mwll"OUL' I'IeaL.,.AI, BINE, QtUC'..'_ r "'