a, ` Bits , _
S~' Stationtl Bank audijait
. 0 Smimlth, tuner; Hoyt-Dickinson.
C. H. Richardson is in Butte for a
few days on business.
Raslman's transfer. Ind. phone 1638.
Prank S. Lusk made a business
trip to Helena yesterday.
Diamond Iee Co. Both phones 663.
T1. L Bateman ,,f Ravalll had husil
neas in Missoula y. sterday,
Dr. Willard, osteopath. 1st Natl. bank.
Reuben Dwight of Clinton was in
the city Yesterday on business.
Stenographer Dawson, Montana blk.
Attorney 1. R. Blaledell of Plains
Was here yesterday on business.
Money to loan on ranch and city
property. H. D. Fisher, 1135. Main st.
Henry Martin of Sunset was in
MIsoula yesterday on business.
Marsh, the undertaker, phone 381.
S1aap Wagner of Florence made a
business trip fnto Missoula yesterday.
All knitted summer underwear at
one-half the regular price. Martin's,
Bast Cedar street.
Mrs. W. I. tlassert underwent a
serious operation Tuesday at St. Pat
Dr. Anna James, osteopath, Higgins
blaok. Phone 834 black.
Jude H. M 8mali returned yester
day from Lewlstown, where he went
on business a few days ag,.
Missoula Storage Co., C. RI Avery.
Miss Hasel Pritchard has come
home from St. Ignatlus, where she has
been visiting for th.e last two weeks.
Missoula Bmnployment Agency for
Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Mullan of Deer
Lodge are in Missoula this week, Mrs.
Mullan having come for medical
Trilnlty hospital, 17 Woody. Bell
phone 316 black.
Miss Helen Hollenbeck is spending
the week visiting friends at the
Parchen ranch on the shore of the
Board and room, Windsor hotel, $1.00
per day, Best 10-cent meal in city.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Payne M,('.omb
came into Missoula by automobile,
Tuesday, from their home at Luthrop
and returned yesterday.
Missoula Ice Co. Phone 1337 Ind.;
S1 black. Crawford & Walker.
Miss Margaret V. Wax of Chinook
is here for two weeks, a guest in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Teagar
den. 527 Plymouth street.
Dr. J. Louise Smith, osteopath, Ma
ionio temple. Phone 618: res., 533 red
Kenneth McDonald of Bonner, who
has been at the point of death with
pneumonia for several days, was re
ported to be appreciably better yes
A good liberal showing of the new
faI suits, medium weight, all the new
lengths. Martin's,, East Cedar street.
John J. iP1cher of Plains made ap
plication yesterday for homestead en
try on 160 acres In the west half of
the southwest quarter and the south
east quarter of the southwest quarter
of section 14, also the northeast quar
Tried GEIS-IT, The
New Corn Cure, Yet?
.-Se How Easy It Drives Away Corns.
"GET-8IT Will 'Get' Every Corn
At last, a real dones-what-it-says
corn our.. Nothing like it has ever
before been known.
Every man and woman who has
corns, callouses, warts or bunions,
ought to try "Gets-It" at once and see
how snarvelously it works. Quit shav
ing your corn with a razor. You may
draw blood and cause blood poisoning.
"'IBTS-IT" is remarkable because it
ieover irritates or turns the true flesh
sore or raw. It can't, It Is as safe
as water, Stockings won't stick to it.
Corn pains stop. The corn or callous
shrivels up, comes out. ,lmessed relief!
"GETS-IT" is sold at druggists at 25
cents a bottle, or sent on receipt of
price to E. Lawrence & Co., Chicago.
Sold in Missoula by George Frels
imimllllm --- I I
Unlimited Money to Loan on Improved Farm on
Favorable Ratea With Privilogesu.
BUTLER d& SMALL
110 Higgine Avenue. MIsSOULA,. MONTANA.
S.o! the iowthwest attarter 0peo.
ý , toens1ip t1 north, tatem 1$
wealt The application was app )Ved,
atddle boses fort sale or riat at
5I3 Sou(h Higgins avenue. BRther
ilas Henri Eltta Akin, Mis Cllatlc
and Miss Samuel expect to leave Sat
urday for points in Wisconsin, whets
they will spend the remainder of their
Humane society. Call Bell phone
815, red or black, P. O. box ?81.
Miss lEsther Leber was reported by
her physician yesterday to be 4tightly
better and t.e.re is considerable
groulid for hope tiat she twill recover
from her serious illness.
Dr. Lohnbakker, dentist, 11t8 Iset
National Bank bldg.; phone 186 purple.
A telegram was received yesterday
from Judge Walter M. Blckford in
Boston, saying that his mother is still
living, but growing weaker and they
can't hope for her recovery,
0 N. Hudson, kiro praetor, B. & A.
bldg. Any disease; examination tree.
J' McGraw has et from
his visit in Portland, Ore., and is
making hip plans to locate in Mis
soula. Mr. McGraw is a brother of
Mrs. M. O. Martin of this city.
Children's stockings at cut prices to
make room for other merchandise.
Martin's, East Cedar street.
Mayor James Rhoade and daughter,
Bessie, leave next Tuesday for De
t, it, Mich., where. Mr. Rhoades will
attend the meeting of the state agents
of the Missouri Life Insurance asso
Handy scratch pads and waiter
checks for sale at The Missoutlan otf
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hermann and
daughter, Grace, of Greenville,' S. C.,
have come to Missoula to spend the
summer months. They formerly re
sided here and still own property In
Mrs. George Barclay, recently from
Spokane, has opened a drespmaking
parlor in the Montana block. Room
411. Sell phone 5I1.
Mrs. Kauffman, who has been vis
iting her daughter, Mrs. Benjamin
Ogg, at her home on South First
street, left yesterday for 1Seattle,
where she will spend the remainder of
Dr. Riesland, the eye specialist, well
known for his superior skill, will be at
the Palace hotel, August 5 to 15. Con
Dr. J. G. Randall was held up by
the police Tuesday evening for run
ning an automobile without a tail
light. He was allowed to go with a
warning that the next offinse would
entail a fine.
Beldings Bros. embroidery silks, D.
M. C. crochet cotton, Royal society
package goods and floss at Martin's,
last k'edar street.
Miss laura Cyr, who came from
flan Francisco three months ago and
took a position with the Conn-Flisher
company at the Golden Rule store,
left yesterday afternoon for Ban Fran
cisco, expecting to locate there.
Miss Marie Lamont of Dillon spent
a few hours In Missoula, yesterday
while on her way to Idylwlid for a
vacation visit with Mrs. W. H. Smead
and Miss Helen Smead at their
bungalow home on the Island.
Wanted--50 cherry pickers, 40c crate.
Al'omont Orchard, Llon, Mont.
Deputy County Attorney (lII J. Hey
fron, accompanied by Mrs. Ileyfron,
returned yesterday from a vacation
visit on the shores of Plathead lake.
Mr. Heyfron was one, of the delegates
from Hell Gate lodge to the state con
vention of the Elks.
Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Simons, Mr. and
Mrs. C. f. Simons and Miss Marjorie
S(hnons returned yesterday from a
two-days' fishing trip up the Bitter
Root valley. They claim to have
caught the biggest fish in the Bitter
Root, but they positively refuse to tell
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Asthols have
left Missoula for the Pacific coast,
where they expert, to make their
home. Mr. Asthola was formerly cqn
nected with the Day Produce company
in this city, but is now retired be
cause large pemrsonal interests require
all of his attention.
'Mrs. H. H. H. Hattery of Plains is a
guest in the 'home of Mr. and Mrs.
E. H. Edson on University avenue for
a few days. Mrs. Hattery stopped
over for a visit after making a trip
with her husband, Dr. Hattery, to
lewitown and other points in the
eastern part of the state.
Joselph A. Blauer of Philipsburg yes
terday flied an application to pur
chase an isolated tract of 160 acres
including the east half of the south
west quarter, the southeast quarter of
the northwest quarter and the, south
west quarter of the' northeast quar
tlr of section 20, township 6 north,
ratnge 1 west.
Mrs. Charles (Cunnlngham of sto
vena\villle came Into Missoula yester
day to le, her mother, Mrs. 1). D.
Cocle, comfortably started on a jour
nyY to rpnkalne. Mrs. Colne, whose
Ihome is In (choteau, 'has leen for the
last two months a guest in the Cun
ningham home at Stevensvlllo.
I'. A. Mills has taken the contract
to build a modern eglyht-roonm house
for Mr. and Mrs, T. A,. Price. The
new holnme i to be located on the cor
her of 'Keith and Hilda avenuest and
it promnises to be one of the mlost
comfortable of the new houses
planned by Architect J. H. Kennedy.
Andrew Reekwlth was in the city
yesterday on his way homne from the
nlnll -n -1 gi, --NM ll-lI ..I[ I
l 1# with
bl onf l t, t
S reled odor.
rM tale a W. sl iae
Tar druggist has them "
eaa get them ter yoe.
S Webster Chemies
Elks' convention at Portland. He was
Saccompanied by Miss Jean McLeod,
daughter of George B. MeLeod, man
ager of the Hammond lumber Inter
d eats at Astoria. Miss Jean will visit
a number of relatives and friends in
e Missoula and neighboring towns.
In MARION'S PROMOTION.
William H. Marion has received well
deserved recognition of his -experience
m and ability as a business man in his
appointment to be manager of the
general merchandise store of the Ana
' conda Copper Mining cothfany at St.
In Regis. Mr. Marion had 15 years of
at business experience, conducting a
IP, store at Prenchtnwn, and for the last
of 14 months he has been with the Coen
Fisher company if this city. Mj.
ll Marion's resignation from the Coen
at Fisher company took effectdyesterday
a and he expects to.assume his new du
ties in St. Regis next Monday. Mrs.
Marion will move to the new home as
soon as a suitable house Is ready for
There was a little too much wind
to make It possible to call yesterday
Ideal.' although the sun shone brightly
most of the time and the temperatures
were moderate. The observations:
Maximum ................ ......... 73
M inim um ................ .................. i
At 6 i. m.
Thermometer ....... .....................
Baronmeter .............. ...............26.99
At 6 p. m.
Thermometer ..... ..................... 6
Barometr .. ..............................26..97
If you are a housewife you cannot
reasonably hope to be healthby or beau
tiful by washing dishes, sweeping and
doing housework all day, and crawl
Ing into bed dead tired 'at night. You
must get out into the open air and
sunlight. If you do this every day
and keep your stomach and bowels in
good order by taking Chamberlain's
Tablets when needed, you should be
come both healthy and beautiful. For
sale by all dealers.
'HOME IN AMBULANCE.
Mrs. 'F. T. Baker, who resides In
Daly addition, was taken to her home
in an ambulance last evening, after a
fall at the street crossing in front of
the Scandinavlan-American bank.
She was injured while trying to assist
a blind woman onto a street car.
IMrs. Baker fell from the board run
way left for the accommodation of pe
destrians by the paving contractors.
She was not hurt seriously, it was
reported last evening.
Several automobile owners were up
before Judge Von Platen yesterday on
the charge of riding without lights
and also not having their license num
bhers dsplayed. Some of them had
purehased, the numbers, but hadn't
nailed them on yet. They were
warned by the judge and allowed to
go their way.
lt the Origal ad knuln
Tim Fd.drik for Ill Agel
aonfantsulnvslids,sd Gw idldrms.
PureNutrit,onup bui. w obod.
A tqdekh rpard e 1. hu..I
Tak.r srt oAkrHO ýC;' l
Not In Aly mIlk tft I
A good 80-acre ranch in the famous
MOuItl VALIY on the FLjAT
HEAD; house aind barns; 60 aores
In crop; team of horses; 3 cows, I
calf, 100 chickens. We will trade
this for choice city property or
good orchard horne. No property
considered that is held at over $6,000
W. H. Smeud Company
Phone 212 Red. Misseula Mont.
,T ayear whave nh a n d wd
It's foul months and out with us. We will not carry shoes over from one season to an
other if they will sell at any price. Read our offerings and don't be too late.
These Pes Talk for Themselves
$1.00 women's pumps and oxfords, two and thre
pairs of a kind, but all sizes in the lot. Tan, dill
and piatent leathers. Values to $4.00 eI
I Clearance sale price ... ... . . ..... .
Your choice of any women's $4.00 or $4.50 pumps
or oxfords in this store, colonial, strap, button or
S lace styles; tan, white buckskin, patent and dull
leathers, light and heavy soles. All sizes and all widths. All go in this $e.95
great clearance sale at the very special price of only .. . . . .. . . . . . .
Odd lots in women's $3.00 and I Women'; $3.50 pumpsan4d oxfords, not a
$3.50 shoes, for this sale . .. . . * pair but what is
Misses' $2.50 pumps, colonial and strap best styles; pat
styles; tan, velvet and patent leath- $185 ent, kid anddull
thers. All go in this sale at . . . leathers. All go
Children's $1.25 and $1.50 barefoot in95 this $2*45
sandals; tan and elk hide leathers at sale at
Misses' and children's white buckskin but- and $3.00 ox- -
ton shoes; sizes up to 2. Go in 95 fords and pumps
this great clearance sale ... . . turn and welt soles; lace and button styles;
all sizes and widths.. Specilal
Odd lots in men's oxfords, values to $5.00 clearance sale price
mostly narrow widths. Take your c10.
choice of this lot at . .... 0. . . * Infant's button shoes; tan and black leathers;
sizes 2 to 5, the dollarkind;special
Men's $4.00 oxfords, tan, dull and patent clearance sale price ..... . .. .
leathers; button and lace styles;
your choice of the entire lot for * Same styles as above; sizes 5~ to 85
the $1.25 kind; clearance sale price .
Men's $5.00 oxfords, all leathers and allaa
sizes; "Crossett" and ."Foot Form" makes; Children's pumps and oxfords; patent and
button and lace styles. In this $385 dull leuthers; sizes 81 to'13 regular
special clearance sale at only.. prices $1.75, $2 and $2.25, sale . .
Boy Scout shoes; Men's $1.25 canvas shoes, sale price.. *Ec Boys' $1.50c;an.
regular $2.25 and Men's $1.75 and $2 canvas shoes, sale Sti. vas shoes; clear
$2.50. Sale price Men's $3.00 elk hide shoes, sale price. 5. anco.salepric at
$ 1 Men's $4.00 elk hide shoes, sale price. $8.15
THIS SALE IS. FOR CASH ONLY
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