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:B~:lliit* · ..I~-~' ~ II-V'-·DIIBtill~L~RU~iYL~ml!~jlY&l~~*: L -:il·411 .·8 ;,I; %.I~" tlF~i~B a t .·cr , .trr ·-· · " I ~4·E~7~ --~ I la~ 7t +; h Y· SFF w is 'Althou~gh it~s bound to *flo b IN >) 24 we .hear or us. one, Theres.thy truubout the poor umpire We'd Vr r nss thtan be one. Pitd I&Im. Answer to Uedaurdrj'. euuate. Right tw adeown, siinat man's of tlme. fo lads to beJa out the offi. befe wI p. m. Minimum Ohdage 118 ente. NELP WANTED-.PEMALE.L WAN D COOK OR GIRL for general housework. Apply 311 eht Pine street. WANTED - A3MOND GIRL ON ranch neat M'. soula. Room 602, Montans bullplnw. MissoulI. WANTEQ-4ALESMEN. AN OPPQRTUNITT FOR A LIVE man selling our sguaanted Yakima Valle grown nurnyer stook; ex olusveo territory: outfit free; cash kl "hustle," not experlence, re. pear. 'oppeh Nursery com pany. Toppenish. Wub. WANTED-MIS.I LLANEOUS. TABLE BOARDERB AT 242 SOUTH Third. WANTED-A GOOD BBECOND-HAND blcycle. 686 Brooks., DRESSMAKING. DRESSMAKINQ BY THE DAY. MRS. Hodgeon, 416 West Pine. FOR MLW OR RENT. IOR SALE OR RENT-IN STE vensvllle, modern cottage. 6 rooms Sud bath; all Improvements; han. poultry house, root cellar; one to 80 s.res to go with It, rent reason able or sell obheap. P. M.. Mis soutlan. EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES. WESTERN EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. SP EDMP. ' AGENCY, 8.? HIGGINS VORUSU SCANDINAVIAN.AMERICAN LABOR Agy., 110 W. Front St. Bell phone 604 PQr SALl,-INDIAN ALLOTMENTS. eN h, .Mlr mis from Poison, .I f aRs , * d d wsL A r J o hn A . ,,ARP WEAVING. CARPET W~AVI;i ALSO INGRAIN Pouge. t,, 10 Cooper street; $10 It. i T,.FOR.. RETPURN TO survey. camp at Schley station or to Sheriff P-i e .'AlWre, o e .pan hore, 1400 i.e., tbiped D on ,aw; end bay m 'a wkh white Bfi and feet; hip, iprunr; 00 Itb,; wearing halters. SItrayed July 7. SOARO ANI r-.. ,. AT 8i ,l RA, tt ROAD STREET. 0M['1 OOORF, 80 I . PINU ST. " ý iý na aLrsnw fairimprovo.n1Rtui plnty of gqod WItVr *" otsildO t ra t~~ mU.. al of on Oft atsokqoot m·UI for $4QOOI '': :4v $t wi4d OWIh.U bWithlda I on for' 9, O, i Ni ", '(I iahao , c , ' w amp#i JAPA P¶LA rant i ý . i Sphone ?1l, WANTED-wABhf AO E*U FOR IN dian remeay $1 to $$ a day, s.re Apply 1 p".L, 114 'lin av vu,. 40 RAY HAND S Si. AND'$2.00 P*R day and board. Missoula Employ msnt Agency. WANTrD-FIT . ' TEAMSTES FOR railroad work; also 150 men for grading and station work; good wages. Apply to Clifton & Apple gate, Anaconda. CONTRACTORS W AN TED TO stack about 1,000 tons of hay; com munlcate at once. Victor Land and Livestock Co., Albert Woods, manager, Victor. . HELP WANTERI WANTED-GOOD COOK ON RANCH near Missoula. Ropm 602, Montana building, Missoula. MAN AND -WIFE, *ITH TEAM, TO work on ranch neat Hamilton. Ad dress Mrs. L. 0., .eardsley;' Hamil. ton, Mont. MEN AND WOMEN WANTED FOR government positions.8 10 per month. Write for list of' positions open. Franklin Institute, Dept. l1R, Rochester, N. Y. 15 RANCHMEN, $175 AND $2.00; 4 millmen, $3.0;:-6 sawyers, $2.40; 1 woman cook, $60S; women cooks, $40; 8 women oooks, $0. Western Employ)nent Agency. MEN AND WOMEN TO LEARN barber trade in eight weeks; special inducements now; peroentpe laid while learning; tl ree s red over, 10,000 positldns 411; graduates earn $81 to 118 welyi catalogue free. Moler System of Colleges, 3l2 Main avenue, .pokane, Wash. MAN AND WIPE ON RANCH, $O0, $65: women cooks .on ranch, $180 dining room girls, $0: oae mill car penter, $4.50: finaser f.76 and *1; free fare. Hay handS, * and b.Pard Irrigator, *45: laborers for ornhard. $40: ranch bands, $40, near oltyi railroad laborers, east and west, 32.85, free fare. 0. P. Employment Agency. FOR SAt.r .OR TRADE. 35 ACRES OF ORCHARD HOMES property; 10 acres. in frst-olass beatin trees; good buildings. In quire l34 Toole,ayenue. FOR RIT-FURfiSHLp HOUSES South Third saeet. FIVE FURNISHED ROOMS, MOD ern. 415 ast Front, FIVE-ROOM FURNISHED HOUSE, $11 per month. Inquire 838 Poplar. NICELY FURNISHED FIVE-ROOM house, close in; ga range. Apply 488 . Slrd t. FIVID ROOMS, *o(Dl.. CELY furnishe; pianol wn; a.ha and fruit trees: on o li ne. hone 17.0 black. OF will sl on smald monthly payments. om,1tM Wh m n8 s r al P aR. wRr.n& b g U O UTFI T O f ` ne ove. phne PO$. , l , GOO-.0 lIVt, nROW I i Stohn sop, hotel anl h connedtlon; m es WieI t lleotlo plant.o e • U-. 2 'I SI CNESS IN i. t u.ti ofogoo pay m Adrln A P. A Carpenter, NIOCE L iQEI GOOD LOCA* uIl- lots of fruit, $150: terms, Phone 941 . a 'a . ocilk uae; -wOll .ade ftorn S montilt |.pk o> ent. Ad- ddY. opr Sl oeM Ad. Sside, ine e fruit tres, Igarden, ohicken yard and sheds; Ialso I-eooum tost tue tuee clment wal . l ea. Address I . l, Milssoulan. FOR 8ALE AT A BARGAIN-OWN er wants to sell a moden, flve-room house and lot 60x1o0 feet, elose in on South Fifth street. Exoeient lo cation; pries reduced for * quick sale: possession at once. Address 8. C. ., care Missoulhaa. S FOR RENT-HQUSSE. FOUR-ROOM COTTAGE. 701 WEST Pine. 6 ROOMS, BATH; RANGE; SHADES. 629 Alder. SIX-ROOM HOUStll MODERN. C15 North Third. FOUR-ROOM FLAT; GAS; -LAWN. 312 East Front. ONE APARTMENT IN CURRAN flats. Bell phone 183 blopk. FOUR ROOMS, MODERN. APPLY MacGregor, irst National bank. FIVE-ROOM HOUSE, 811 WEST Cedar. Inquire at Windsor botl.. SIX ROOMS, MODERN: RANGE sad shades;i bern. Idliuire 1113 VIne 6-ROOM MODERN HOUSE, 444 South Fourth west. TWO 4-ROOM. MODERN FLATS. J. W. Beard, 401 Cottonwood. Ind. SIX-ROOM MODERN, RANGIL ishades. is Brooks. Id. Phone FIVI-ROOM lOUSI, MODERN; angq; cslose Id, south side. Inquire l11 Higgins ave. COTTAGE, SOUR' ROOMS: BAT. anttr, cement cellar, $1: close to car line. Phone 485 red. FOR RENT, CHEAPP-FOUR.ROOM house; large barn, sheds andiLa* don. Bell 771; 131l South Third FOR U.NT--EIcHT-ROOM HOUSe, corner Main and Madison; lawn fruit sad shade trees. Phone 18 aInd. --OR RENT-FPIVE-ROOM MODERN hduse; range, linoleum and shades; good condliton. Apply H. 0. Oalusha, S33 Phymouth et. HIDES AND JUNK -- - - · , , r -'"~ BOW ABOUT THAT, OLD JUNK Call Western Hide & Junk .o. Bell phone 1063 red. Highest pices ; for bides and junk. FOR RNT-FURNImIu ROOMo . MODERN ROOM". 5I0 EAST F .ONT. FURNISHED ROOM FOR TWO. il Hammond block. A THOROUGHLY MODERN1 R0.M at 815 East Front street; refereus required, WOUSIKlsPmNO ROOMS FOR RNEN 100 WEST PIN . :65 SOUTH FOURTH WEBT. 311 WEST SPRUORE WITR GAS. FOUR FURNJNHEJRP O IMi BATS MODERN;I GAS; 10. OPPOSIT Episuopal lohuwh, S0A Adams. TRE U1UTTRsO~ WATER Wit.'id ··~ .MUSQI ~ 4Nr Sa , i~·· r o +f paved street, 7n cach requlre g on same. ;; . OTC lank SllalitiIs CELLANUOUS. DI? BOTH PHONES 48 )ftP. T., CARE OP PANO A . AIN.' ADDRESS -x 6911. FOR 4.M ray. moQUIRn M[/uo_ RLm Co. TWIN RIAGO; N3ARLx aty oi ore. NEW AlYt TIMOTHY. M11S sot, 4 . 115 W. Piq. OLD PAR R SALE AT MIS* aouli 4 a hundred. ONE ENGLIH PERAMBULATOR; " good as new. 845 Woodlord. FoRl SALUE-COVERED DELIVERY wagon, obeap. marber & Marabell. FOR I ALTA--N BOAT; JUST THR thing. for 'duck4 unting. Bell 8468 FOR IAUL4-4T WHiERRIZ RAMP* I -+r, e., currants. Pone SW*Sl AND - OUR COHRRIES, .I Irst of Flour Mll, 1rd arSeprsthNa4sI 0 uER SEWING on Pil;ano Co up. Hoyt-Dickin. -- -- i ,ii ONE OGQ R E,, WEIGHT, 1.100 p6b~dO ' Fs'1 rs old. i11 South Higgins avemna ONS LMGE IUBLE~-DOOR MOB iEr I 1iy new. Inquire Green a Ell use. FOR SALE. CHtIAP-SET OF AUTO tlres two nnew and two amoond MiundI;t U. Phone 7931. ALMOST NEW' BTANHOPE CAR frl.as; will slli cheap. 410 South 9ourth It. Phone 475 red. SOFPT WHQXA, 81.75 PER CWT.; baled hay. 6o0 per cat. Missoula Wood yard, l65 elst Pine. POR BALlS-A - THOROUQHIIRED Airedale terrier r.dlatered. Phone 669 Red: 1119 I'l urth, west. OVERLAND "40,e.AN (OOI) CONDI. ttion and fully eqUlpped, $700. Ap ply H• . X. Edwars, 210 oeast Main. TWO WkLL BROiKEN TEAMS. 6 and 6 years old. weight ,6500 and .,100 pounds. John L. Milli. Florence. A LARGO COLE 1HOT ILAnT STOVE. retails $35, for eale cheap. Inquire A. J. Breitensteln, chamber of com meroe rooms. ONE THOUSAND FEIT 2x6 IUM. ber for sale, cheap; just used one day. Inquire James Montgomery, 106 W. Main street. HORSES FOR SALE AT 823 8. HIt gins ave.; mares. geldings, mules and saddle bhogme, sold on monthly pay ments. Imian & Sonl both phones 466. FURNITURE. NEW AND SECOND. band; I pay highest prices for sec ond-hand household goods. Hans Jensen, 16l West Main; 819 black; Ind. 1764. FOR IALE-ONE YOUNG DRIVING horse, three years old, city broke; bugly and harness: cheap, if taken at once. Kegler Bros. 1644 South Fourth street west. FOR SALE-TWO NAVAJO RUGS; beautiful In quality and pattern; purohased directly from Ind'ans In ew Mexico. Apply M. K., care Missoullan. ICE BOX,.9xLx4, lOOD CONDITION; just the thing for grocery store or meat market; heavy mission finish table, 62x36, suitable for office. Need the room and must sell at once. Apply Royal Bakery. AXMINSTER RUt. '10x12i ALMOBT new; two stand tables, one Iron bed and springs; two wash titbe, one wringer, one boiler, cooking utensils. Must sell at once. Call at 439 Blaine ptreat. FOR SALBE-ONIt DRI ISER. ONEI oil heater, one 8-hole'aloohol stove, one washing machine, one 8xl2 bed room rug, one wheelbarrow, one set. of works of Guy d'Maupassant, most of the books 'stilt with leaves unout, 1119 3. Fourth street west; phone 069 red. LOiT AND POUND. LeaT-NEAR BONITA. ONE DARK brown horsel weight about 1,100 pounds; branded U on right hip. ,Return to Gil Heyfron; reward. LOST-BLACK LEATHER POCKET-. book containingl $0, snd metal coat check from Hollald Hotel, Seattle; Return to Shapar4 ilotel for reward. TO TRADU., WANIOTED-TO TRADI BRICK FOR eavy work horsed. ?' o one 73l1. S wooD SAWING. WOOD SAWING. CALL 'REILLY' grocery. Jl - - i I - - IFO ITRATTON' WOOD 8 AW leave orders at Dorrevs grocery, 11ll 114. rs wiL bus a 6 64oo4 410yyN an los)i in;, i l. ou ·r · · · eneville; asu tleat i *14itAtP r7ihts; tow Mtse ti to Logla b Cochran, Utvensvrlls Mont,. Mt AoARfl ptIUT BSNCH LAID IN Bltttr Root valley I1 uacrs planted with 4*yeatrold treest soen : In Sprovements; under big dlteh; $1,00 dowen, balaee easy teosn. Addess, Owner, pare Miisoullan. -POR SAtaL--FINEIT BNOCR FRUIT nd, 100 ~ores, three miles south west of Hamilton; flirMt-lass water right; small souse aid barn; 7%t acres 4-year-old apple, pear and cherry trees, best variety. Bargain price; easy terms. L.*G. Beardley, owner, Hamilton, Mont. ' THE BIIT RANCH IN THI BITTER Root Valley is offered for salq, its own er wishing to retire: 400 sores, newly fenced with high woven wire; be. tween .Stevensville and Corvallis, ad. oilnling new townelte of Missoula & amllton railway; two sets of bualdigs,. complte; one nine-room briok, modern hbuse; one six-room trame house;: ood barns and sheds; equipped with. new machinery; stocked with Percheron and stand ard bred horses, Jersey, Guernsey sand Holstein cattle, 800 Berkshire , no. O hene, turkeys and ducks; 90 acres In strain; 10 acres In peas; 10 acres In potatoes; 10 acres in orchard; balance, tame-grass meadow and pasturet water right of 480 inches in Supply and Union ditches, all headgates on place: will be sold for $100 an acre without crop or for $125 an acre with crop; crops this year will bring 115.000; stock and machinery will be sold reasonably; terms one-third cash, balance in five and ten years, secured by property, ltterest at 6 p* cent. Address Owner, P. O. box 1026, Misnoula; Bell phone 839 red. AUCTIONEER. . L.e KIRKHART, LICENBED AUC tioneer; live stock: real estate; farm sales; esatisfaction guaranteed, Of. floe. 188 W. Cedar St.. phone 684. Noties for Publication. Department of the Interior, United States Land Office at Missoula, Montana. July 3, 19012. Notice is hereby given that Alex ander Montgomery of DeBorgla, Mon ana, who, on August 21, 1905, made homestead entry 2986. serial No. 0379, for the north half of the northeast quarter, the southeast quarter of the northeast quarter, the northeast quarter of the northwest quarter, section 18, township 19 north, range 39 W., M. M., has fliled notice of In. tention to make five-year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before register and receiver at Missoula, Montana, on the 12th day of August, 1912. Claimant names as witnesses. Edward Cook of DelBorga,. Mont. H. E. Rogers of Saltene, Mont. John Welch of Dellorgla, Mont. John Collins of DeBorgia, Mont. JOSIAH SHULL, Register. 7-8-8-3-1912. Notioe to Creditors. State of Montanu, County of Missoula, as. Estate of George Wolcott, deceased. Notice Is hereby given by the under signed administrator of the estate of George Wolcott, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against, the said deceased, .to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this notice, to the Said administrator at the office rf Gilbert Ileytron, the same being the place for the transaction of the buil ness of said estate in the county of Missoula. C. A. HARNOIS, Administrator of the Estate of George Wolcott, deceased. Dated June 23, 1912. 6--4 7-1-8-15. Notice to Contraotors. Sealed bids or proposals will be re ceived by the city clerk at the city hall, Missoula, Montana, till 10 o'olock a. m., June 17, 1912, for the construo tion of cement silewalks, cement crossings, constructing a system of drainage for storm water and grading the roadway In Special Improvement District No. 16, Vine street, in the city of Missoula, Montana. The contractor to furnish ah labor, mater:als, tools and appliances for the construction and completion of the same In accordance with the plans and specifications on file in the city engi neer's office, Missoula, Montana. A certified check on a Missoula bank or a New York draft for 8500 must accompany each bid. Said checks and drafts made payable to the o'ty treas urer to be forfeited unconditionally to the city of Missoula in case the sue. cessful bidder to whlom the contract is awarded falls to enter Into contract at his bid price. The city council reserves the right to reject any or all bids. W. H. 8MITH, City Clerk. IFRED U. BUCK, C;ty Engineer. 7-10-11-12-1184-15-16 FOR THO1105 WH0 UVt 1S RIIAI WORK. A Real Sp IN THE BITTER ROOT VALLEY 110 acres 6 miles from town; tele. phone; rural free delivery; quarter mile to school; 60 sacres in grain, 40 sores in hay, balance good pasu ture; two-room house; small barnl old water right Price, acre...... I1O Terms: One-quarter down; balance In five payments., Logan.Cochrnra Company tevensvllle, Mintana INSURANCR Ie UIe I lIt I IIma U N IW ew _. 14 m; l··.*r:h·rf: ro' I. , I Mining Applihetl6n N. 0440, United States Land Oflfe, MissouLa, Montana. May HI, 181. Notice in hereby given that the Black Hawk Mining company, a cor poration, organised under the laws of Arisona. by Thomus McRugh, its at torney in eact, whoee potoffice addres is Butte Montana, bau this day filed its application for a patent for 149.8 linear feet of the vein, being 110.8 feet north 68 degrees 08 minutes east, and 1108 feet south 5 degrees OS minutes west, from diseovery In mouth of tunnel of the Mint lode, upon which a notice of intention to apply for a patent was posted at mouth of dis covery tunnel on January 1, 1911, des ignated as survey No, 9121, In section 9, township 13 north, range 16 west, Wallace, unorganised mining district, Missoula county, Montana, and de scribed as follows: Beglnnig at cor ner No. 1, a post five inchis square, five feet long, set two feet deep, wit nessed by bearing trees, and sotrbed 1-$238, for corner No. 1, from which the quarter section corner on the north boundary of section 3, township 18 north, range 18 west, bears north 33 degrees 46 minutes east, 466. feet, and running thence south 87 degrees 08 minutes east, 800 ftet; thence south 68 degrees 06 minutes west, 1498.8 feet; thence north 87 degrees 08 min utes west, 600 feet; thence north 68 degrees 06 minutes east, 1498.8 feet, to the place of beginning, containing an area of 30.645 acres, of which 6.235 sores are in conflot with N. P. Ry. Pat. No. 110, not claimed, leaving 14.888 acres claimed. The location certificate of this claim is of record in the office of the re corder of Mlssoula county, In Vol 6 of lodo Locations, on page 146. There. are no adjoining claims to these plemises. JOSIAH SHIULL, Register. M. P. KNIG(HT, Attorney for Applicant. Pirst publication. 6-7?-1912. Mining Appliesatlon No. 0424x. United States Land Office, Missoula, Montana. May 16, 1913. Notice is hereby given that the Black I Hawk Mining company, a corporation, organised under the laws of Arisons, by Thomas McHugh, Its attorney In fact, whose postoffice address is Butte. Montana, has this day filed its appli I cation for patent for 1600 linear feet, of the vein, being 352 feet north, 28 de grees 69 minutes east, and 1148 feet south, 28 degrees 59 minutes west, I from the center of discovery shaft of the Victor lode, and 1500 linear feet, being 1148 feet north, 28 degrees 69 minutes east, and 362 feet south 28 degrees 60 minutes west, from the a point of discovery In cut of the Iris lode, upon which a notice of intention to apply for n patent was posted at discovery shaft on the Victor lode on Januarv 6. 1913, designated as survey No. 921., In secttlon 8, township 13 north, range 16 west, Wallace, unor ganlr.ed mining district, Missoula county, Montana, and described as fol lows: Victor I.ode--eginning at corner SNo.1, a post six inches square, five feet long, set two feet deep, witnessed by bearing tree.s, and scribed 1-9241-V. for corner No. I, from which the southwest emrnr of section 8, town ship 12 north, range 15 west, bears -south 25 degrees 23 minutes west, f 2538.5 feet, and running thence north S28 delgrees 50 minutes east, 1500 feet: r thence south 61 degrees 01 minute east, 600 feet; thence south 28 degrees 59 v minutes west, 1500 feet; thence north SI61 degrees 01 minute west, 600 foot, to a the place of beginning; containing an f area of 20.601 acres., claimed. S Iris lode-B-eginning at corner No. 1, a post six inches square, five feet Slong, set two feet deep, witnessed by hearing trees, and scribed 1-9261-1, for corner No. 1, from which the south west corner of section 8, township 1i north, range 16 west, bears south 20 degrees 27 minutes west, 104651 feet, and running thence north 28 degrees 59 minutes east, 1500 feet:; thence south 61 degrees 01 minute east, 600 feet; thence south 28 degrees 69 minutes west. 1600 feet: thence north at de r green 01 minute west, 600 feet, to eor t nor No. 1, the place of beginning; con taining an area of 20.661 acres, I claimed. Total area of the survey, claimed, 41.838 acres. I The location certificates of these Sclaims are ,f record In the office of r the recorder of Missoula county, in Vol. 5, pages 143 and 144, respectively. lThere are no adjoining claims to these premises. JOSIAH RSHULL, Register, M. P. KNIGHT, Attorney for Applicant. First publicatlont, 5-27-1912, Notice for Publiostien. Department of the Interior, Unlted States Land Office at Missoula. Montana. June 17, 1913. Notice iI hereby given that John Pritchett, of Ariese. Montana, who, on December 83. 1910. made homestead entry No. 03067 for the southwest quarter of section 34, township 17 north, range 20 west, Montana 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 Missula, Montana on the 39th day of July, 1313. Clalmant names as witneses: Archibald R. Grant. William Moss, Christ C. Pritchett Fred Dumontler, all of Arlee, M~aimna JOSIAH SHULL, Relstier. --10 to 7-19 MISSOUIIAN CLAMl ADS .BRING QUICK RIMULTS. Money To loan on Ipnproved city and farm property with eatremely lib eral privileges of repayment. Real Estate Is also an active branch of our business. Price & Matthew Old0 Western Montana National JSIk. BuIlIdin, Missoula, Montana. 100 a.ores bay and gh 150 acres titllbl, Wi good wate rlghtýtof 0 1 wil consider one-halt In 01 arty; terms on thien 0-acrale stock ran th; a.l hay. 400 acres tillable, bilaoa pasture. Will conslded 1' ºbO4 erty as part payment, toem' q balance, PRMItc, S.988 5. I P A0ri0t Hoveruon & S,. : 104 East Meln SatoN. ' fi Ind. 3I14 -lPhone~y* ! - Profeslesin DI emtw I, 0. SOL.TON Attomrneyat. Law B. & A. Building. SOIE TY DIREOTORY. WOODMEN OP THU WORLD, CAMP NO. 7T-Meets the oaeond sad_ fourth Friday nights of each mosnt Odd Fellows' hall annes. JOHN DOLL. C. 0. I, 3 AIIBBY, Clert 1 HarrIs street. KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUS, MtSn 8OULA COUNCIL NO. 10l1-Meats In Odd Pellows' hall first and third Thursday evenings of each month. A. P. QUINN, Grand Knight. D. W. PTSPATRICK. lin. See. MISIBOULA LDOW NO. *1, 'A. P. & A. M.--.egular meetings first and third Tuesdays In Masonlo temple. OSCAR 8OO00 W. M. H. L. BADLER, Secretary. WESTERN SUN CHAPTER, NO. 11, R. A. M.-Meets first and third Pel" days of eagb month In Masonlo teople. J. W. LISTER, H. P. S H. M'CALL, neowetatq. TYRUAN COUNCIL NO. ., R. AND i. M.-Meets at Masonic temple, see oad Wednesday of each month, at tfiN p. m. Visiting compnalons are tor* dially Invited. H. C. JOHNSON, T. I. M. P. H. KNISBIEY Recorder. HARMONY LODO( NO. 33. A. P. & A. M.-Meets _ C Regular communicatlons, l1t and Id Mondays. Vistlm members are espeelcaly Invites P. H. KNISIEY, W. M. C. R. AVERY, Seoretary. O. 10. S.. IMMANUI. CHAP TER it. D.--Rgular meetlngs I/ýV second and fourth Saturdays of each month at 8:00 p. m., I3 Masonlc temple. Visiting members cordially Invited. ALICEI WHITCOMR W. W. M. MAY WARNER. Secretary. MIhtROllr,A AlItIli NO. 8 . P. O. -Meets first and third Tuesdays of r each month at 8:00 p. m., at Eagles' Shall. Went Main. W. A. IOGAN. President. JAMES A. RAKER. Secretary. RCIIIILRtR LI.O(Dnl NO. 4. BONS SOP III'RtMANN-Meet. In Eagles' hall first and third Sundays of each month i at I o'jln.k p. m. JNO. KLR.R. Presldent. 1. W. KUPHAL. Secretary. I - '---- - TIlE t (.IC lRT OP HONOR-Meets ) frst and third Pridave In I. O. O. P. I annex. Pays death, nick and acoldent ,neftits. You do not have to die to win. Phone Ind. 1387. t A. II. KENNEDY, Recorder, rD. W. PENNY. State Manager. THE PRATERNAl, BROTHER I HOOD, MISSRBOIA TODTO1 NO. T7-. I Merits the second and fourth Monday evenings of each month in Knllghts of i Pythlas Hall. I MRR. H. N. RREEN. Preesident. NVYI H. PLACK. Secretary. O. N. 8. L. CTA CHAPTWU NO. 7-Meets first and third Thursdays of each month In Masonio temple. Visitorse epe olally welcome. CLARA L. LAWYER, W. V. JAMRP L. WALLACE, W. P. ANNIE P. BELL, Seoretary. UNITEIC ARTIANS-Meets every second Thursday at Odd Fellows' Mai annex, at 8 p. m. E, J. WTOIRTMAN, M. A. . Lt. DUTNHAM. Secretary. MISSOULA CAMP, NO. 132., M. W. A.-Regular meetings first and third Mondays at I p. m.; foresters' drill second and fourth Thursdays, 8 p. ia. 1. O. O. P. Hall. W F. SPOKImIELTD, Conell. HMNTRY BLAKELY, Clerk. 117 Hlfgins Ave. LOYAL ORDER OP MOO" -Meets ev ery eoeand and fourth Thursday evening of each month at i. of . hall. J. P. NETTLES, Dictator. H. iL SUMMERS, Secretary. R. M. Cobban Realty Co. 312 Higgins Avenue For tire Insurance, real estate loan, orchard lands, city lots. We sell oW easy terms. A SNAP New four-room plastered ottageI woodshed; fruit and shade; on 38$ toot corner lot on south lide. Wll trade for city lots or oonsider all offers, whether for cash or terms. TAYLOd + PXA1 ON Iminssut, iM ntda. t 1SUOUUAAN L4oA#$D UiboG QUICK a" fa.,.