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ENA TEAM DO NOT AVERT ANOTHER BEATING. BACELoER LASTS QCK Recruit Pitoher Gets il in Less Than One 'Round and Bryan Doe a Wild. Man Act When He Suooeeds to the Hurling Thrones lrelena, July 17.-Despite the tact that there were three new players on the leleona team. Great Falln won agnln today. Bachelder, n new twirler, lasted leas than an Inning, and Bryan was dliastrously wl'd. Bryan's 'wild nesa forced one runner over the plate and an error' by Quigley let in two more. Williams, although hit freely, wan stendy In the pinches. The scote: OGeat P~lll. Player - AR. R. I. P0. A. E. Murphy ct. .......... 5 2 0 0 0 M Isse,a. . .......... 8 1 1 a 0O Hueimnn, if..... 4 2 3 2 0 0 iffln, r........... 2 0 1 0 0 0 Hester, Ib........... 5 1 1 11 0 2 paye. 21h ...... 6 0 1 I 8 1 Toner h ............. 1 0 1 1 1 W illard, e ........... 4 1 3 2 0 0 W illiam .. p......... 0 0 0 1 0 Totals ................SR 8 10 27 13 4 Helena. Playir - Al. R. H. PO. A. P. Menge, .b. ........ 4 1 1 2 2 0 Quigley. 2h...........5 0 1 4 1 1 Killillay. f ........... 5 0 1 3 0 0 lAuns , 1b. .......... 4 1 1 8 0 1 Irhy. rf . ............. 4 2 2 3 0 0 ..elly, Ifr.............. 4 0 2 1 0 0 Tautseher, as. ... 4 0 1 5 2 Baker. c(. ... 4 0 1 5 0 0 Rac.hlder, p .... 0 0 0 0 0 Bryan, p. .....1.. 0 0 0 0 0 R utl'ivan ......... I 4 0 0 0 Byrd, p................. 0 0 0 0 0 Totalh ...............28 4 9 27 8 4 *natt'ld for Bryan in eighth. Seorie by Inningp- (Treat l'dls ........... 2 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 1-8 Helena ............ 2 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0-4 ttrmmnary: Stolen bases--Murphy, Mlsae, ;lffin, Hester. Quigley. Tat,. srher. narifice lilt - M.lse. Rmln hatted in -Iltlelmnl. 0ifftin, Paye. Wi. lard 2, ,.unst, Irly. Kelly. Two-haae its-Willard, Menes. Three-,base hits -flueleman, Lussil. Double p'nys Tausoher to Lusal; Tauseher to Quig Iry to Lussl: Faye to MIsse to Hester. Hits-Off Bachelder, 2 In 1-3 inning; off Bryan, 6 in 7 2-2 Innings; off Byrd, 2 in 1 Inning. Bases on balls THE HOT SUMMER TIME IS THE TIME TO BEGIN The Electric Way FOR.DOING OR WORKING FOR ALL THE TIME SNOW--TODAY Is Electric Ironing Time Electric Cooling Time Electric Cooking Time Electric Cleaning Time Electric Pumping Time Electric Lighting Time ELECTRIC EVERYTHING For All the Time Electricity can be utilized for any application you wish to put it to. Present your problem to us. The Missoule Ligh & Water Co. Ort ayruis, 1i ont '#llles. I. out--By , 3; by Williams , , rn Miss ild 1: by Wit tns, 'Tmae--!0 l U lnpite-Prary. NATIONAL LEAGUE Smtnding of the Clubs. New York .................... 69 SD .747 Chicago ....................... 458 2 .638 Pittsburgh .............. 46 t1 .630 cinnat ................ 41 40 . Phtladelphia ............... 3 1 .4 St. Louis .................. 84 60 .45% Brooklyn ................. 4 .A1N Boston ...........................2 3 59 .372 N.1 Bame at CineinftHI, Cincinnati, Jply 17.--baton.Clincia. Sati game postponed. Malty Wines asily. Pittsburgh, July 17.--New York hilt Camnlts and Adams hard, winnilg from Pittsburgh. Mathewson was a pusslo to the locals. , Score- i. H. I. Plttsburgh ................................. New Yotk .................. .........10 13 3 Batterile-Camnnits, Adams and Gibson; Mathewson and Meyers. Cravath's Homer Seats Cubs. Chicago, July 17.--(4ravath's batting gave Philadelphia the oponling game. After Chicago took the lead, Cravath's triple In the third put the visitors ahead. Moore's wildness was re sponsible for the locals tying the scorec but Cravath's homertin, which cleardd the right field fence, save PhIladelphia the winning run. Seoe- R H. I. Chigagp ...................................... 5 12 Philadelphia .............................. 6 I 0 Batterles-Cheney and Archer;; Moore and Killlfer. Ruoker Beats St. Louie. St. Louis, July 17.-Rronklyn took the opening game from St. Louis. Ruoker was effective in all except the sixth, in which the locals made their lone run on a single, a stolen base and another single. The. game was stopped by rain In the fifth and re sumed after a halt hour's wait under protest of Manager Bresnahan, ,who announced he would file a protest with President Lynch. Ronetchy made his first error In 65 games. Score- R. H. B. St. I,,ouis ............ ....... ......... 1 7 3 Br k yn ............... ...... . ........ 7 15 0 Batterles-Ballee, Dale and Bresna han: ltucker and Miller. Notice, Coal Dealerel Notice is herby given that the Board of Trustees of tlhe Missoula County High School will, on or before Satur day, July 27th, 1912, at 10 o'olock a. m., receive sealed bids to furnish and deliver 200 tons of coal at the High eShool building in Missoula; 100 tone thereof to be delivered before Septem bar 1st, 1012, and the other 100 tons to be delivered before January Ist. 1913. +or further particulars inquire of Secretary. The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. A. J. VIOLETTB. Uec'y. MISSOULTAN WANT ADS BRlING QUICK RBI ULTS S Offlelal Natles, Sof the City Cle.k of the Oity of O Nula. Montana, July 17, 1t1I: , b Isn hitts 'p!en to the owuf Special lovainsol District . 1 of the city of Mlsttl Mhatana, es rl.Hld In the Tollowlng resnouton, that ýt a m eetirq i of the council e et 7te IOUl, Montana. held on JYu pssed, ubec to final pMnsae nd ldoptlon by sald 'ity otun.1ll at a meet. Itg, thereO to be held at the councll p tThber In the city hall in the city of Msula. Monnnt , on Wednesday At uet ti, 1912, nt In o'clock a. m. o, slied day, at whlch plane and time the owners or agents of owners of lands situ. ýad within the. boundaries of said p spe tal improvement district 'r a ave 4he rightf to appetr nl prote .alnst or object to the maklng of said ipnvements, and to tile finl passage and adoption of saidh rqsolution, W. if. SMITH, City Clerk. Resolution NO. 171-A, A Resolution Creating rpelial Improve .ment District No. 15 of the City of Mi seoul, Montana, for the P.rpose of Constructing (ement ldewailks Ce Ilent Curbs, Cement 'Cruswalks and lmradit the Itontway Between Curbs Nrklng, Making Brass plts antn Planting (iruan hred and Trees Upon iAlon All That Portion of Sooth th tret nst and Soth Fifth Itreet West Prom Arthur Avenue to !Street, In the City of Missoula, ontana. ohereas It Is the Intention of the city colltell of ithe city of Missoula, Montana. to .reate a special Improvement district Ildald city for the purpose of aonlstrtct Itiý cement sidewalks, .enment crosswalks, cu i, ad grading the roadway between te. c-is, making grass plots, planting seed an.l trees, and Installing WLter ta Olplfpon andl along all that pot tf (iouti1 iifth street east and ktuth street went from Arthur Avenue to t street, the payment of assessments f'.rwhalt are to if' made In Installments rie tn extend over a period or ellht y ad the ,ant of which special Im; ntes (Iree iny amount which 'may ble by any person or corporation Sany paart of the street under l) within the special Improve tnetit district iereby created, including e comt of street and alley Intersections, shall be paid by the entire disltrlict, each p ,e elof lend within the district to be qsMsetd lfor that part of the whole coslt which its area bears to the area of the entire Olstrict, exclusive of streets, alleys and public places; and Whereas, An approxlimte estimate of the cost of msklng the Improvements herein set forth nas been made and Is hereby declared to be as follows: 13 8tetfor e1ch lot 3t feet in width by 180 for eah hlot 40 feet in width by li) feet In depth; $122.fl for each lot 50 feet in width by 180 feet In depth; and a total rost of $35,060. Therefore Be It itesolved by the ('oun ell of the City of Missoula, Montana, That the special improvement district Ihreby created he, and thie same In here by deslgnated annd known as Special Im provement iistrict No. 15. That the boundaries of said Sperlla Improvement District No. 15 are hereby desglnatel and descrited ai follows, to' wit: Beginning at a iplnt where tile north line (f alley running through blo(k 26. Montana addition, is intersected by the west line of Arthur avenue, and running thence westerly along the north line of alley running easterly and westerly throughll blocks 26 27 2, 29i and 30. crossing Helen, Hilda. lonald and Gerald avenues, and to an Intersection with the west line of alley running northerly and southerly through block 0it. Montana ad dition; thence northerly along sltld west line of alley to an Intersection with the line dividing lots 9 and Il0. In block 30, Montana addition; thence westerly along the line dividing Iota 9 and 10, in block 30, Montana addition, to tihe east line of Higgins avenue; thence continuing on the same course across Higgins avenue to the west line of Higgins avenue; thence southerly along the west line of said HIg gins avenue to an Intersection with the line dividing lots 4 and G, in block I, Knowles' addition No. 2; thence wester ly along the line 'dividing lots 4 and B. said block 1, Knowles' addition No. 2., and to an intersection with the west line of alley running nortlherly and southerly through saldt block 1. Knowles' addition No. 2; thencc southerly along said west line of alley to an Internection with tlhe north line of alley running easterly and westerly, through said block I. Knowles' addition No. 2; tlience westerly along the north line of alley runtnng easterly and westerly through ihlcrk 1. Knowles' addl tion No'. 2, blocks 2, 3, 4, , 6., 7, 8, 9, 10, Knowls' lddition: blhcks 6R. 69 and 70, Knowles' addltlion No. 2. and blocks 13, 14, 15 and 16, Ihn law's addition, cromslng Myrtle, tazel, ClCestnut, Orange, Cotton wood, hickory, WValnit, Ash, Oak Ivy, Ar lington, Ines, Prince, Kallspell,Washburn, Arthur and ic arfield streets, and to an Intersectlon with tile east line of Urant street; thence northerly along the east lino of Grnnt street to an Intersectton with til' 1south Ine1l of alley running elasterly and westerly through block 9, Inw's additiolln; thence easterly along the south line of alley running easterly andi westerly through blocks 9, 10, 11 and 12, Iow's addlltion: blocks 6:1, 64, 65 and 66, Knowles' addition No. 2; blocks 11. 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 1n cind 19, Knowles' ad ditlon, and blhck 20, Knowlen' addition No. 2, crosslng Garfield, Arthur, Wash burn, Kalispell, Prince, Ine,. Arlington, Ivy, Oak. Ash, Wainut. IHickory, C'ctlton wood, ('hestnutl , Ilitzl and Myrtle streets, and to the east line of alley running northerly antd southerly througah cblck No. 20, Knowles' Ididlition No. 2; tihene salitherly AncIng thle east line of sold alley rulnlnling throulgh blocbk 20. Knowles' ldcdlilon No. 2. it ani intersecihton withl the lIne divivllllg his 0 and it, In slid block 20, Knowles' addition No. 2: tllhene easterly clcing sild line, dividing said lots R and 9. In said blnok 20, IKnowles' addltlion No. 2, 1, an Intersnectlon withllll the west linle f Higgins avenute; thence easterly across Higglns avenue on the same course, and to an Intersectlon with the east line of Higgins avente; thence northerly along the east line of HiggIns avenud to an intersectlbn with the ren t;r line of lot 1S, hlock 11, Montana addl Ilon;: thence easterly along said renter Ilne of said lot 13, blh'k 1t, Mntnllna addltlon, and to an Intersection with tile past line of alley' running northerly and suctherly lhrough block It. Montnll ad dttlon; thence northerly along saild eist line of atley to an Interseatlon with the ocnutlherly line of alley running easterly and westerly through said hloc(k II, Mon tana addition; thence easterly alongc the southerly line of alley running east erly and westerly throungh blacks 11, t1, i3. 14 and 15. Montana addition, creoss ing Gerald, Itnahcl, llilda and Helen avenues and to an Intersection withl the west line of Arthur avenue; tLhi.ca southerly alonng tile west line of Arthlur avenule to the pla,'e of beginntng, and all being in the lcity lof Milsoula, county of Mnlsolla. ulnd sate of Montnlla. T'hat lice chcaracter of tlie mprovements wlhich are Io be mnaule In said SpecIal Improvpemert i)lslrtct No. 15 are as fol. lows, to-wit: To Illlcd and eonnst'uet rement side walks fi fteel in whlth upon and along ec'h side of salld streets. said sldewalks to he situated two feet from the property Ilce; to build and c'onstrllct cement curbs It In11les In widthl by 1 Inctlles In height upon and along)I eaoh side of said streets, sJd cllurbs to be situated 19% fet from tlihe property line; the roadway 40 feet In width lcctwcen curbs to he graded and Iollevrdcd; tlhe strips be twen saind walks and property line and between sIdewalks anld 'lu'ls to te parked and planted' in gruass sAd; trees to be plahted along strips hntween sIdewalks and curlhs, Irees to be spaced 80 feet apart; ceclnctli strelet crossings to be built across Inters.cting streets to connect said walks; Irlgatlcn taps to be installed for irrigating grass plots and trees; all work to be done acctording Ito profiles of said asretl and flied In the office of the city enlineer. That the said Improvements contem Plated at the presenlt time are to he con ft ed to tie fnlowlng part of the distriot: l of outIL FIfthI street eLast and all of South ftt street west from Arthur avenue to (trant street, Including all street and alley Intersections, and he twen ithe northerly and southerly llnb' of said .treetp, And Be It ;Further Resolved by the Council ty of Mlsoula, Montana, That the 7th da of August, a99 t 10 o'clock a, m *. -bld day ice, and thei same is hereby dewtecl a the timi, lnd the council 'f.llbet' in tlhs city 1111 ýin hn city of ltiSO , Montanan as the pltae Mfien gbd anl's t olty conSoil w1l1 be In seslIon and will hear obebstoll and protesl til. any thie be, Mhe lot or .th acehaw n it e eelt h lr and ob .t a thI e atjo of ( m i vement dll* molts, or to= tion nf this Anl d e hit eol, 'lsth" th liedl In the ulia a n fore the time o1 earing nhjeetlon or prtetsR t mtlo of maid pe Improvement at, the maing of ald moveme n o the final pas* mar aniad resolution, And It Is t. be the Inn tentinolf th to T'hally pat and adopt t o hb 7th day of A.uat, .nesth. . of the own er . t Int mo' th areaot nefro Lhe ee n uclh l tpttate meats. tnanlt. adopted 'I ad bna tha totnrtI this ....... .,.. S f Augunt, IUs, and approved t dy..... d of Aulgut, A ttes : .... ... ................... .......... .City. .. . .... .ayor. Oflelat tices. Offlce of the OltV of the Clty of Mis.oullA, miuy 17. 1912: Sof the city of a. ontana, scribed n t l roution, at following r b No. l , as war anrw~dR, r 17. 1It,, the folloHwlnv MI'. Ott-A, Wra passd sIhubject tQ flial passage and adoption by lsaid city liii at a mdqt ing thereof to 'ie e' at the Creinttll cihamber In the Otty IIn the eity of Hlissoula, Mpniau.a, Wte Wesdray August 21, 161. at 'ctlck a.. m. 0ol amid day, at Wih.c and time the owners or agents o of landsiu attel within said t ipecial Lr t ing District shall hia e right to l£ nr cand protMst or ob t to tie moir - n r of ad improvemets nt and to the final passage asd adoption of sild reUo tlon. W. H. IIMI'1. City Clerk. Resolution Ne .472-A. A Resolution Creating Speclat Lighting, Diatrlit No. 4 In the tyFy of i sAe, Montana, for thie Pu of Installtin and Maintalnling a Spacial Rylitem o treset Lighting Uposn and Along All That Portion of W'est 'Cedar Street of Said (lty of Missoulla From the West Line of Stevens Rtreet to the East Line of Woody treet. Wtereaa, It Is the Intention of the countil if the city of Missoula, Montana, to ireate a special Ihting distreict in the city of Missoula, Miontana, for the putrpose of Intalllnlg and maintalning a special spystem of strh t lighting upon and along all that portion of West 'Cedar street from the west line of Stevens street to e out line of Woody street; and, Wilereas, An approximate estimate of tile coat of Installng Ymd special light ing system and the cSt and expense of maintaining the same for the first year. has Iteen made and s hereby declared to be as follows: PFor Installing said sIrell IinhUng d system, tile sum of twelve hundred ($1,200) dollars; or tnanttenanetro for the first year. the sum of five hundred and thirteen (81h8) dollars; Therefore le it Iteolved By the Coun ell of tle City of o tssrlna, Montana, That the sptcial lighting district hereby creatted he, and ti e same is hereby des Wignated and known an Sleclal Lightlng Dintrist No. 4. That the boundaries of said Special Llighting District No. 4 are hereby fixed and deserlied its followsr.mto.wit: lieginning at a. point wMere the west .ine of Stervens treet Is Intersected by the nortl line of alley running easterly and westerly through block 22 of C. P. Ilggins addition to lthe town of Mis soula, and running then,.e westerly slong said northerly line of alley to an inter setlcti with the east n of Woody street; thence northerly along the east line of Woody street, crossinl Cedar street, and to a point on the east line of Woody street, distant t148 1-1 feet norther ly fromi the southwest corner of block 19, C:. P. lilggins addition to the town of Missoula: running thence easterly and parallel with the northerly line of Cedar street to an Intersection with the wester ly line of Stevens street: thence southerly along the westerly line of Stevens street, across Cedar street, to the place of be ginning, and 'ontaining the south half (tS'e of block 19, anld the north half (Nit) of block 22 of t. P. Hlgginn addi tion to thoe town of l tsoUOa, Moula county, state of Montana. That thu character of the ig hting sys tem to be Installed ad maintained In said lighting district No. 4 Is asl follows, to-wit: Iron poles with ornamental cast base, approximately 21 feet above sidewalk, with one ornamental are lamp bracket per post; eight posts n to be placed along said street, four" theretof on eah side thereof; posts to he placed approxi mately 100 feet aphart: on eas h paot to the placedi, apprpxmaitely 0 feet above street, one a-lm ampere magnetite or ltnmlnotll arc lamp. 'rhola the total cost and expense of ftlrnlisig all posts, br,,kets. rl hpp and n,,lmerlals for auchll spic ltht lg eye tens, antd tile total oust and rles tofor installing tile same, Is to be pd' by the Mltssounila Sreet Railwaye chtltipy, such posts, bratckets ald lamps), and all wires Used In connltolnn with thie same, to he aind remain the property of said Mimsoula Streetor Itllway company. 'That the coat and ,expense of mailn taining said special lihtilng system Is to pe aIorne and paid for is foillows: ne.trd Itr thereof to be aid by the cliy of Mliesnla. out of its gerneral fund and two-tlllrd thereof by the property atlltting oun tlilt portion of Iast and West ('edar street enllll d within saild district, cantch lot or pillreel of land sM abhltting to he Iassessei in the hlrnportion which its street fronlltae on snid street beats to the str.cl frontage of said street of tile ehtire district I be lightd. And Be It Further Itesols d, TPhat the 21st day of August, 11,12, at 10 o'clock a. m. of said day he, and the same Is hereby designated as the time, apd tle counll clamber in tllhe city hail, In the city of Mlissoula, Montna, as the place when and where said city council will he In sessilon and will Ihear objections or pro tests, If any there he. to the creation of said R4pclal lihtlng Dsltrlct NO. 4, ot to the Installlng end malntenanat of said lighting system, atnd Illv and aIll persons who are the owners or agents of owners of any lot or parel of land 'within said RSpeiltl lliging )isltrl.t No. 4 shall at said time and plaic hlve the right to ap pear at said meeting. lhller In persobbr by counsel. andl ohlut te' or prtest against tile creation if said lighting 0l - trlct, or to the Installig or mallltenance of said lighting system, and to the fnal passaiC and adoption of tis 'eslblutioh And le It Further ltiesolved, That the city olerk be, and lie is hereby tructed and directed by the city oantohave this resolution published t ,-y, Mlssoulian, a Q Rewspaper prIl pu limhed In tie city of Missoa, for' at least thirty (:o0) days o he tlme set for the hearing ofd tions pr protests to tie creatint of 'i lighting distrlict, or to tile Installlling and mante nanc. of said lighting rystem and the final passage and adoption of, thl reso lutlon. And Re ITi Firiher lisolve, 'Phiat it ii hereby declared to he the '"ntl othe oity counell to filnlly Ma a. d adot this resolullon on Wedn the us day of August, 1912, at of the city opollp, unle n In Ideal said tlil at ptlp Ownen or agents of sentiln raor. than one.-h to number of lineal feetofa .ilnally parlsed by the eg 1 day of. Auguls, 1919, td. day of 'August, ithi . . .th ..mt.n, T y ,,.. + .. tht '0lymplo+ for. Now-Y.·i *. A. w ,- Pre,,t Rat J . h. . '. Wen y. plortona , p A. ;a1 . RAN O At4 LANK* UNITI IT IAT I i OS I N@ G BUlNi11t 0. A. WOLF obeake...... Prt t fat JOftN C. LRO i.io Ditet ebs. ' Arohn Gon, Ai. shn?0., oena., M FrlaeeIul, Mo1tan1 . Good accommodation at D. ]I Travele's hotel, drQu afts d lette of credit available in all parts of' the worid. Safety Deposit exse ar Nen,. Interest Paid on Ssvipe Aseeunte and Certifi f rtee oulf Dep t Are You Going Fishing? Ro. c CENT, The 0117 tfishing place in Mon.. Season Nit Open Stage leaves Bonita daily at It M. iU. Far. $1.0.ANT AD ooN accommodation at D. B al gte's hotel, Quigley. For further particulars address C. C. VINCENT, Sonits, Ment. MIBSOULIAN WANT ADS BRING QUICK EP..ULTS. CONTEST STILL OPEN We received so many answers to our ad of Sunday and Monday that we have de cided to run it again, so if you' have not sent in your name, hurry and do so. There are but three letters in the name of the animal. Only one letter is left out. $50 Cheatum Piano Free Just think of it, a genuine Cheatum or Bunkum piano to be given away free. Also $5,000 worth of hot air. All free. Read the directions. MIssIn Letter Contes We want ', your name luny two. and address year-old so our age.ets ~ can call . adze this on you ' uz.le c -w ,W READ! Fill in the missing letter in the name of the animal shown above. Cut it out care fully and mail or bring to us with your full name and address, (If you can write) and state if you own a piano. If you already have a piano you can ,have the plotupe framed and keep it'yburself, but you must hurry. If you have no plano, we want your name and address so we can send our agents to your house to sell you a Cle um or Bunkum piano, That is what this contest is for. We must have your n . If you have not time to Write or rcwot guess the missing letter rafter you have ttEid a time or two, call us up on,the telephone and we will tell you the answer, "but you must hurry. For the first correct answer recdived we will give absolutely free a solid brass safety pin, . For the next correct answer, we will give just a plain jin of somiiehind. No experts of any kird will be allowed to compete. Mr. G.O. Oettum and 'Mi. Skinnum will be the judges. Th piano will be given to ourselves for our .,a4 labor in getting up this ooderful cOntest. . .. 's We have marked oir .h atum and"Bunkum rtatjos up' 50 lbhe r anausupl, we will. give you a diseou'tt of $150 (n eVeryplao in oos store, if you ht.y. Wr this to advertise only, This ponst p~ta tivseJy coses as soon as we gpt yojir *4I I'h! S. . Oir mills have cosdtantly on hand4 cotatste hetortmeats of yard ° itti e an P 1 and Montana Larch. Our fac~ttties of tting out bill and peial. tems wit d.el Shy. hipments ma e over N. P. and C, P. S. railways. A lar and complete ©oohnection which mkes anything n l :sh, Doors, Window and Door Prantee; Ijgs and Iterlor Finish. Large factory manufacturo of . • Box Shook., Fruit and A le, ,i Phones--Bell 106; lhd. 74 L i i~ l 1ov [I I I ] " . ' "Inlb r III III 11 ] .... ~IHds Wohaa lo udhtlruo CARNATIONS THE IRST IN THE WORLD 50 Cents a Dozos Missoula Nursery Co. Real Estate Bargps In ranch lands, Missoula lots and Improved property How Is Your Fire Insuraneoe McIntosh & Fisher 116 Hlggins Avenue Mbssoula Iron Wotts Brass and Iron outings. MacMlal worl, done to order. Cotrer Tool. avuuoe and Bitter Root trs~as. Sell Phone 541 Slaok, l.d. Phe.e 31 Mill Wood 16-.Inch Get It Now Load,$T S nterstate Lumber Bell Phone .106. Ind, 7I2y MluoIad. , Mnti sisOUIAAN WANT ADS Banto QuIoK RE Uarla