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-7 7, A GREAT CLEgANQ eu" the il o e ; , " . 1 y .i -) . ' .. ,, , It Is e7 ough to pleseant When everything goes just right,. I the girl who can smile , * "oer her shoes are nuchb too tight. FI a cobbler. Answer to yeste.day's pusale: Right side down, P. word., each tas 0 g weer Apply at hot. sLPi WANTED-.4MAL, GM4T FOR Off)EA, OUS AORK. Bell phone 800. WANTED-HOUBSKEEPER. JOHN At Ilwanon, West Riverside, Bon rabm while attending school; 54 8. jolwth west. WAlNTDR - GIRL P'OR OGENERALt hoIusworkt, 80 per months phone De8 bl.0k,.or call 821 Oran1e st. WANT.D-INXPERINCED SOAM rAaerences. Address P. O. Box 42, S hi.P WANT , so4. b AND- WOMRL WANORTED POR Prnmet positlns0 per nth pmonth. Slakisor titutl Dept One St. Ronhester, N. Y,. M 7 AND WOMEN WTO LF bgrber trade in eight weeks; 1 Sthimnents now; percentage p f w Imne l Anngss; tools free; qOeup oer ~10000 positions 1911; graduate e*Se 1. to $26. weekly; catalogue free. Molar System of Colleges. S22 Matn .reas, spokatea Wash. SANTEID--ALESMIN: roUR- OPPORTNiTY WAT YOU AIl a ltus$ler. bolutsive control of good telrrtor; fIee outfit; weekly ad. Vaoe; ompltea line, guaranteed ab solutely. Yalthna Valley Nursery :,Company, Toppenish. Wash. .ao Tt TT FOR A LIVE St.l arn. p teed Yakima itrseUry stock; ex ;ll outfit free; cash S' not' experience, re 4a + 'q. q 5 Nurser. com WI w1lli Mte soula an3d W ibnty. S+"' A: .cars' ssoulian. . ]. LADY '00OK WANTS , week or mnth. o Ad bB- .uth SBlxth west, a tiT ATION WA1TED-aMAL5. UKOED APPLE PACKER de soition on orhard near Tis w ý. lxperienm e. Sfine botton land;80 acres hometead ; q ish; ;good buI ngs; fned S;, pletity of w#.. goo tm, wo*h ftepth ob. all far pachin ools yer'k¢ w.o; the crop is worth at ltan ; , of . foFr ,' ; one-half f cask; balae on . In gate the pIlackfoot vall y. ab a;i~"if:r !USINRS OPPO .tUNITIEi. 8AlOON, IN wIT Ir'L ATION IN Missouls. . s- Miasqullan. pORa SAAtI-..NIW RESBIAtIRANi in town. aoQon 6fe., Ronan. FRO SAL-j4DGOING HOUSE AND mill a n' t doing -ro BOND?4W1JES 15 f lWARDS neotttpt4 railway, etphlp. ga, wddtet, tltnber, Coal on, min. Ing *ad gneraI corporaidea organ Isedi franchises and trqst deeds .drawn. L. N. Rosenlaum. Hotel Gresorian, Fifth Ave. and 6th St., New York, N. T. FOR SALE-CITY REAL ESTATE. POR SALE--ONI OF TR1 NICEST homes In Missoula. Inquire J. H. Kennedy. PINE CORNER LOT ON SOUTH Third street, cheap, If taken at once. Call at 525 Alder street. NICE LITTLE HOME1 , GOOD LOCA tion, lots of fruit, $810, terms. Bell 941 red, Now cut tb $775. EIGHT-ROOM, BRICK VNEER. modern house: south sider a bar gain 'for quick sale; trade for ranch. Logan & Cochran, Steveunsville, NEW SIX-ROOM MODIERN HOUSE. west side. car line; gqic fruit trees, r garden. chicken yard and sheds! also five-room easy Cottag., fruit trees; cement walks; easy terms for each. Address r.. C. U., Mlssoullan. (GREAT BARGAIN - TWO GOOD houses on two lots, southwest cor ner, Wolf avenue and North Fourth street. $2,150, on time, same as rent, or $2.000 cash, for entire outfit; the non-resident owner must sell. Call on, phone or write, F. D. Whisler, room 27, Hisggln block. " WANTED-FURNISHED HOUSES. WANTED TO RENT-A S OR 6 room furnished house on the south side, west, by September 1; family ywith two children. Box S. Y., care Missoullan. WANTED-A 5 OR 6-ROOM MOD ern furnished house by Oct. 1. Fam Ily of two. Would lease for a year. Will give reference itf desired. Ad dress P. O. box 411. EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES. WESTERN EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. G. P. 1EMP. AGENCY, 337 HIGGINS THE EMP. BUREAU, 420 HIGGINS avenue; room 7, B. 122; Ind. 647. SCANDINAVIAN-AMEIICAN LABOR Agy.. 120 W. Froat It. Well obone 694 MONEY 'TO' LOAN. AT EIGHT PER CENT ON CITY property, 3 to 7 yeas' time, Can be repaid in easy m hthly payments. Oscar Crutchfield. 04 Higgins Ave. FArM IN LAND, SEVENTY THOI AND ACRES 'OF choloe farnintpg rd till open to en try under thie ary act; irrigation system compi ed. For information write Clinton urt A-- Co., boG 51, Valler, Mon a, or Clyde R. Hervey, Mrssoul. L I, t 3~ ,, 01*0t iiO S ILtA LARGE , PALM, eap. 1 Drooks. / Si. ALE HEDAP-r-PRONE l 01 Mlssoullan. RAINIG STOVE, WITH PIPE AND inl. 10. 601 Alder street, L PAPrKM FOR SALE4'? MSU. Is a otfite; 3Oa abd ANARIIs, PLANTS A*O ClUCK e99. 150I South lPourt l7West. '- MALL CUCUMBERS Spiklsll, Phone 8681 Ind. MAýnITIC RANGE PtR - SALE; ltwonabie. Inquire 304 Monroe. CA ,( RE T.TiRS AND * BAIFE. .. 0 3tsatheWay, Worden's store, 1,600 SHARES O FRENCH BAR seock at 8c. Call at 656 Alder. REO 'FIVE-PASElIOtaR CAR; GOOD condition; bargain, Dr. Rundqurst. ONE BU a Y AND HARNESS, cheap, it. 4en at once. Bell phone RipAb1NG, STANDARD MOTORCY ola; good condition. C. S., Mlasou liaR, SECOND-HAND. SINGIER SBEWING machilnes. 5 and up. Hoyt-Dickin Son Piano Co. FOR SALE, CHEAP-eAT OP AUTO tires; two new and two esoopn hband, 3xL. Phone te1. , SOPr WHEAW, p.s 5 cWT.. baled hay, 60 petr ol. Missoula Wood yard, 115 West Pine. bIng n.ahine, In o fiditton;'~uaed re siltet CIV tW. Makie an clrte 10`1 SALiAdL. N 4W AND SECONCD-t ND oO1D sought and hold; tepairing4one. etorage. 1. C Stockton. 536 South Higglins avenue: Ind. 1661. HORSES FOR SALE AT .23 5. HIG gine ave.; mares gelding., mules and saddle horses, sold on monthly pay. mentes. Iman & Bont both phones 456. FURNITURE, NEW AND SECOND. hand; I pay highest prices for see end-hand household goode. Hans Jensen. 165 West Main; 316 black; Ind. 1154. FOR BALE-PIANO; LADY LEAVING the city; must sell; nearly new Kurtsmann piano, cheap; must be sold by Thursday. Ind. phone 2774, or call at 833 Van Buren. FOR SALE---oMPLRTR OUTFIT Al barber fixtures, $ chairs, case, mir rars etc., practically new: .barain it taken at once. Apply Minute Lunch, 509 N. HIggins ave., phone 311 black. WANTED-CITY REAL ESTATE. WANTED TO BUY-ONE OR TWO 30-toot lots, or one 50-toot lot, on South side; must be cheap for cash. Address U. R. A., care Missoulian. WANTED TO BUY-FIVE OR SIX room modern house on South side: prete one with sleeping porch. State lowest price. A. R. U., care Mls soulian. AUCTIONEER. K. L. KIRIHART, LICENSED AUC tioneer; lIve stock; real estate; farm sales; satisfaction guaranteed. Of floe. 128 W. Cedar St.. phone 184. TO TRADE,. WANTED-TO TRADE BRICK FOR heayy work horses. Phone 7921. WANTED-TO SELL OR TRADED A 6-room modern cottage on South Fourth street west, east' of Mill. Will take good horses. O. M. Elton. Both phones. TO EXCHANGE FOR MISSOULA Improved property,- one of the best five-acre tracts in Missoula county, with crop; 0O bearing fruit trees; plenty of water: nice, new buildlngs; electric lights and telephone: live minutes walk from street car, So fare. Phone 8622 red. POR SALE OR TRADE CHOICE LOTS, NEAR UNIVERSITY avenue, for improved or wild land; priSe is rlrht. ER. Missoulian. LOST AND POUND. LOSTl- IN GREIONOUaH PARK. Sunday, a five-dollar bill, wrapped in a lady's hoandkerchief. Return to Missoullan office. tLOT-A LADY''S GOLD WATCH and fob; fob of wide black ribboh, with monogram slide, H. F. L.; watch bears initial A. W.; picture in back. Finder return to Missoullan office and receikve reward. LOST - BETWEEN BUCKHOUSI ranch and the city, a bunch of keys on chain ring; one brass key, stamped with name, Please return to my undertaking parlors, 128 West S street and receive reward. C. arsh. STRAtYED . $25 REWARD FOR INFORMATION le ading to recovery of one blue roan mare, brban4 horseshoe right alde neck: one ay horse, branded C on Jaw, circle on shou'der; both roach mane.t shott tails and weigh atout 825, Notify Roland Emerson, Ward. Mont. WOOD SAWiNG, FOR *TRATTOWNS WOODBAW leav4 orders at Bonner's grocery, Bell 114. BOARD AND ROOM 302 SOUTH FIFTH WlBT. lot P ohouse. .. PO. . IIOI UI 4-ROOM MOD3RN HOUS... 180 Tenth retf.. 4-ROOOMg UNFURNIBHINID HOUSE. Inquire 385 South Third. lVU-*ROOV .HOUSE, lit WEST Cpdar. Iaqutie at Windsor hotel. tIX ROOMS( 3MODERNt RANOE d shadest hri. Inqfuire 1111 VIIA.. TWO 4-ROO , MODERN FLATS. W. Beard, 401 Cottonwood. Ind. ONE "4RTLY PURNHISHRD 4-ROOM flat; also one 4-room unfurnished. Apply 810t PFront. O o AGE, tOUR RoOMS; BATH, pt ry, cement cellar, i15; close to oar line. Phone 485 red. ONE THREE-ROOM AND ' ONE tour-room houte. Apply 627 South Secoond; phone 685 orange. NEW MODERN .FOUR-ROOM COT toag two blolqe1 from car line. In quire Western Union Telegraph Co. COTTAGE WITH THREE (R00) warm rooms and cellar; water paid, *$. 980 Locust. Inqulre 925 L.ocust. POR RIO..'-ONE FIVE-ROOM MOD ern apartment, Curran flats; steam heat and gth. Inquire 502 South Fourth west; phone 133 black. SNAP-TWO F1R-ROOM, NEW, modern flats; range, linoleum, Water paid, $11. Inqulre on premises, 601 North Second West; or phone Bell 10011 lnd. .O ,s. FOR RENT--TWO 1DANDY FIVE room modern flats, close in, West Sprtucetr , Convenlent for Cath olc school and church. Wheeldon. RossI Co. ~r TM ENTS--48B1GT I Y lower and one upper. New -o tusme, modern. No. 1311 Sonth PIltl 'on ear l1lCM PFour room brickt; No. 13 West Pine. 12s. Other flats and, houses In all parts of the city. Wheeldon-Roasl Co. HOUSEKUEPINs ROOMS POR R INT 415 WEST PINE. 528 WEST SPRUCE. 6550 WEST SPRUCE. 529 SOUTH FIFTH WEIST, $12. 120 NORTH SECOND., IANT; VERY reasonable, MODFRN ROOMS WITH GA8. 411 Alder street. POUR FURNISHED ROOMS; BATH and gas. 327 East Front. THREE ELEGANT HOT AIR HEAT ed rooms. 315 Ealt Front. FURNIS HED HOIIRSICKlICPING rooms; gas. 503 liast 'Front. 2 ROOMS, ,(AR AND BIATI. 312 South Fifth street,. east. PIhoneo,18 red. ONE O1t TWO Il'tRNISHDI) II)tRItE. IHeelping rooms, cllea. 1925 IRant Cedar. THREE UPSTAIRS ROOMS: WATER and electric lIght. 610 North Fourth street. THREE ROOMS, FUTRNISIIOI), with bath and gas.u Lavasse Ints, 311 Woody. ~'HREE OR OURt NICELY "UITR nlshed housekº,eplng rooms, 542 S. Fourth west. Ilell phone 1018. MATERNITY HOSPITAL. PLEASANT HOME DURING CON. finkment; 546 4tollins:; 36i red. HATTER. HATS CLEANED AND BLO(KIHI). Hat Box, 419 North Hglgins avenue. FOR RENT-FURNISHIED HOUSES. 4 ROOMS, VITRNISHED, MODEItN. 846 Stephens avenue. FOUR-ROOM F'.URNIISHfD HOU14Hi near high school. Phone 945 red. THREEI-ROOM F'IRN'IsHED HOITMHI. Inquire 402 Sbouth.. Fifth east; Indl. phonp 2388, 4-ROOM PUIIRNISHED BUN(CALOW. All 'conveniences: between high school and university. 418 Daly avenue. TWO ROOM HOUSE FOR RIENT, furnished; adults only; Orchard Homes, five blocks from street cars. Phone 547 red, or Missoullan, HIDES AND JUNK HOW AlpT3T THAT OLD JUNK? Call Western Hide & Junk Co. Bell phone 1068 red. Hlghest prices paid for hides, and Junk. Save. your old rage, rubblers, etc., and our agents will call. 515 West Main. WANTED-LOANS WANTED--LOAN OP $1,200, OR loan of $5,000. Ranch security; 3 or 4 years; private money preferred. Address, Loan, care Missoullan. i-i---- i-----~ i . I I..... ~ Another Snap 80 aeres, decreed water right, 50 acres or more agrloultural land: unlmlited rangeo; 1% miles to town, Only $500. See us at once. Oi MfeMMichael ~ealty Co. C ARPIT WAVINS. ?ARPET WAVtINatI ALSO INGRAIN rugs. Neate, 1018 Cooper street; phone Bell 561 red. WANTEI-MISCELLANEOUS. PABL1 BOARDIRS8 AT 14 MSOUTH -ADIOES TO ROOM AND BOARD. 1051 HIldat avenuP. WAN1ED--A W1l,1. ItLLINO( RIO. Address C., Box 009, A GOOD C'HAP \ORK HOR(SE. Addreua C., lox do6s. WANTI~D-- TO HIRE A HIORSE: weight 1,400 or 1,500. 1526 Phillips street. DNlI-HORBI ICIGHT SPt'lINO WAt on, cheap, Address G., 1. C., Mis soullan. CONTRACTS TAKEN FOR UN loading cars of bul'ding material, coal and wood. call Independent phone 726. WANII'D-A PEIW (ARM OP DICItc. esa, Alexander.. Wealthlies and crab applen for immediate shipment; eash paid here. Phone or call on me, IL. M. Bearman, Ruvalil hotel, Hamilton, SMo~na. OR RENT--FURNISHED ROOMS. MODERN ROOM. 626 R. FRONT. 127 SOUTH PIPTH STIIRET WEiRT. FPURNISHED ROOM. 16 HAMMOND. 300 R. THIRD; ALBO (IARAAGI IN rear. IOT-,AIR H 1CATI.D IoI)M, Trlli+. oughly modern, 31,l Ealst lI'ronlt St. TABLE BOARD. HOME4 COOKING. 810 IEAST CII)AR. HAIR GOODS. TWELVEI YEARS IN TIIu MANlt facturing of hair goods; two years in Missoula; all work guaranteed. Phone Bell 1022 red: Wellington Rennett, 8.5 South Silxth west. Look for this ad every Tuesday. STORAGE GENERAL STORAGIE - EVIRY thing on earth; expert packing and crating. J. W. Reely, 724 W. ('4dar AGENTS WANTED. AGENTS TO) ANVASS Il,'t SANI tary brushes; eausiet tllling line of goods on the market. ('aill 'v'nltlgty on geneoral manateger, 503 Ibtst I'ront stree't. DRESSMAKING. lMRS. I'. N. WAltIIItN, ,I1 IANT' ('cedar strett; Ilphonlle 328 blRlk. WA NTED-HOUSE8. WANT'IED , TO RENT -- MODERIN eight-roeirn IIhouse Ion lslllh sldet. Ad drens box 241, city. POULTRy 'lIt N.AI.I' l"t'lhL-ilnl.U \ ITE I.egthe'rnl, S'oh e11 1h; 1nllly few h'ft. I. Q. lloierts, 7430 HeIll. Notice of Probate of Will, In the1 district court of the io,urth ju-l dlclal il district t the state of Monl tllll, ill uilld for the county of Mll In the lmatter of the estclte of EttmitI H. Slaitclltl, deceasetId. 'ullrsuallit to lan order of litld coulrt, made on the 24th daly of Augllult, 1912, notelce is hereby given thlllt Ihlturdaty, the 7111 daty of Septet'lbier, 1912, alt 2 1'clocHk p. in., of said duy, at the tourt rootm f Iatid court, ait the coullrthouse In tile couIntly of Misutuil, hlts beetn lpl)tplted as the time nlll phlure for proving the will of "llUmmltt K. Slanllflt, Iecteltid, and for hearing Ithe pllldl'a ion of Charles II. Sltnelilftl for thei salutnce to hitn of letters tteslltnent ary, when and -here any personll in erested maty appear anld conteslt the ainme. Dated August 24, 1912. THOI. P. C.O)NON, c'lehrk. By JAS. M. ('ONI,.N, pY1)iutty Clerk. "LtoYI) J. I.O OAN, Attorney for 'eltltioner, Notioe of Probate of Will. In the district court of the l,'ourth ju dicial district of the state of Mon tant, In and for the county of Mis soula. * In the matter of the estate of tRosa F. Catching, deceased. Pursuant to an order of said court, made on the 19th day of August, 1912, notice Is hereby given that naturday, the 81st day of August, 1912. at 2 o'clock p. m. of said day, at the court room of said court, at the courthouse in the county of Missoula, has been ap pointed as the ttime and Ilace for prov ig the will of Rosa IC. Catching, -d reassed, and for hearing the apnpilction of Watson iC. Catching for the lsauance to him of letters testamentary, when and where any person interested may appear and contest the same. .Dated August 19, 1912. THOS. P. CO)NION, Clerk, By M. H. lu'ltiiRIOR . I)Dputy I'lerk. I~ICKFORD & MIIRPHlY, Attorneys for Petitioner. Mr. W'. 8. Cunsalus, a farmer living near Fleming, Pa., says he has used Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in his family for fourteen years, and that he has. found It to be an excellent remedy, and takes pleasure in recommending It. Por Laal by all dealers. MONEY At8% To loan on improvbd city and farm property with extremely liberal privileges of repayment. Prompt motion. Price & Matthew Oid Western Montana National Bank Building, Missoula, Montana, II .. .. II_ ... Call for PPeerpeelve State Conventlen. The executive committee of the pro. greslve state central committee, by authority Vdated in it, hereby dlrects that the prlogres.lve state convention hbe held at Helena on Seljtember 6, 1911. Baid meeting to be called to order at 2 o'clock p. m. of that day at the Auditorium In said city. Bald con vention Is called for the purpose of nominating candidates for the follow Ing offices: Four presidential electors. One Unilted States senator. Two representatives in congress. One gOVernor. One leuttenant governor, One associate just ice. One secretary of state., ()ne attorney general. Otne state treasurer. One state auditor. One state slupterlntendent. of publeic Instruction. One ri' road comminllililner. In addition to such nonlinattlns, the cpnvention will transacnt such other busineslls as may be prperly brought before it. All progressives who belIeve In the principles and poliites of lit.h progres sive party, are eordalnly inlvited to unlite linder this cail, by holding massn cln ventions or priarlnies atlll onventioln, In their respeitive counties, for the purpose of eletllng delegates and al ternate delegates to the progressIve state conventhion here1by provided for. 1l~lth county of the stanlt of Montliana, shall haver ten votes in the progressive Platnle oivention, and cichi county is' thlerefore requestled andil nltllhori.'d to elect tIlt dtelegratens And ten nltersnate detPgates to the said prrogrlssive state cotnvent ton. 1y ordr nof progressive state central ciomomittie. T. M. FIVERETT. Chnirman. A. .. IIOtCRKY, Vile ('hlrmlann. J. A. MITIl'('ATl', Secretairy. Notice for Publication. tieparitment of the Inlterior, United Staites l.lnd t)ffi'e at Missoula, Mon tunn, July 29. 1912. Notict is hereby given that ICdelllthrt I'. ('C,k, of Il.mlrglti, Mot1ntana, who, ,Io May 2n, 1908, made hoIilmetetd en try 3254, serial No. 01080, for the sollth half of the northeast quilarter of the sllot'hwest qiuarter, sotutheast qularter of the nortllhwest quarter of the sotuth west lunert1tr, 'ast haltf of the soulth* west qullarter of the isouthwest llurter. sllllth)lllt Iularter of the southwtlst quarter of section 11. and the tortheanst qlarter of the northwest lqullrtLr, north halllf (of th, soiutllhealt alllrter of the nortlhwiest Iquarter, so.uthlwest quarter of the sothlleat lullrter of thell nrth west ti4nrt r of 1ethoni 14, townsnlhip 19 north, rainge 30 west. Montana tr."rllan, has filled noticel oif intention to ,laIke thrlee-y ltr iproiof, to eistablish cla'n to the llnld abtove dlescrblleld, be. fore register an11d reeolver, at Milnoula, Montatna, on the 9th day of Repteml ber, 1912. S('llliant nnmes as witnesses: T. R. Itogn, ,liltn Co',llins, Joe Manza, WiVlliam Whiltnarch, all of lettorgla, Montana. JOSilAll Stilt'LL, Rtegister. Notice for Publication. tmtpnrtmellnt f the, Interior, I7nlt'ed Static la.il ifflee at Misamula, ZlMontalna, July 22. 1912. Nmtime In hmereby glven that Edwin Parry ol .Jmkliko, Mmntlana, who, on March 28, 1911, rmade. himleatad entry Nvo. 03301, for thie o, llmtlwe.t qualrtmer of 1t11' the southwsIt qullrtr of netllon 32, township 17 north, ragle 20 we11 ,. Mo)nlana meridlhn, h.e flhed nI ser ofi intemtion to mmake eomnmiitlion priof to i mntbllih el titn t io tjll iltlml htltllni des.i'rtlhd, ml'before rin' .eter allmmd releimlv'er at Miesonti, MintII ia, on (it. 9t~i day oif .4iptember.,1912. ('ilniltant lanlaei Il wltnessem : flay Phtilpa. t'rimlmk Ph'elps, tIli unlm Phe.lpl, (lmnml, n '',ltmalit, all of Mlmsntlaln, Jf)RIA ll 111t11,1,. l mgcliter. 7.-4 In 5-24 Notice to Contractors. m' lV'ld i y the i lly , ,irI.I ;. t II . t m\i hi Il, .IlHmi Iula, MiA ntt., 1till 11 'ti " i .k ii. Ill., Auu.I st :11. 11112. fur furnim.hmli.m l tiillin Itmii m n1 miree. t lights fm r ii I pt r'id of thlli' (inim rml . i afterm m t) ., ofti awtr i.1 itml'iilet il ci,',hlil lightlly. mimi, tai N.a. 2. :1 allo 4. tlvt mml s ld t Imm edlim a mn'it 'iTl- ,imtmy ' unell rem .'IVt s the Ilm to t',, t al ny Iandl t ll hbisll. W . II. MMITII. t'ilt i'lerkl. Iltl' ll . III'r'K, till, It nghtii r. Professional Directory L. C. BOLTON Attorney.at-Law B4. & A. ilnullhig. R. M. Cobban Realty Co. 212 Higgins Avenue V.or fire iniuranme, rmeal ntatite lmoana, orchallrd Ilitids, cityl lIate. W lell ,onl itey ternita. Money, To Loan On Farm and City Property Fair Rates and Privileges Frederick'D. Whisler, Room 27 Higgins Blook Bell Phone 204 FOR TRADE 130 acres, Irrigated; tine set buildings, dlciae to school and on a good creek; good roads, first-class water right; ditlches made, and a place that Irrigates eamsy. l'hl place has abliut 8$ acnr IIs ulfila, about one acre in bearing orollard; free range for miles; wood and water for all purposes and only 13~ miles from Missoula. It you want to trade your city or Orohard Homes holdlngs for a good chliken, hog, stock or dairy ranch that is close to Missoula and whe re the roads are good, investigate this. Price, 94,000. , If you want a place that has stock, horsea, tools, machinery and crop, we have it for, $5,500. All trades considered, TAYLOR & PEARSON Phones Bell 020 3. a A. IUILDING Ind. 17114 in Pira1lCass trngae d ,andm plifnt Creek VilSy O20 acres or less, down to SO S.trat of No, 1 Bench land with best o water rights; main ditches on the and fenced; on main road; good, pro; greasive eor nunltty; close to eahool; d miles to. good town and railroad; close to timber: fine water snpply, etc. This is a choice .piece of Bench jand; deep, black loam sell on elay subsoil; eery rich land and lays nicely for Irrigating. Price for the 320 acres It 188*.1S5 per acre, on terms of $10 per acre cash down, and balapae long time at 8 per cent. Will sell 80, 130, d etc., on about the same terma Anyone Interested in securing a good, clea., substantial farm will do well to Ini. vettigate this effer. Hoverson & Stephens 104 East Main Street Missoula, Montana. Bell 20. -PlIONI.:- Ind. 2314, SOCIETY DIRECTORY. WOO)DMlIN Ol TIItI WORLD, CAMP NO. 73--Meets the second and fourth I'rlday nights of each month, Odd Pillows' hail annex. JOilN DOLl. ., C. J. B. ABBEY, ('lerk. 531 Harris street. KNltrlITR Oe COT.UMRIUS, MIB. t1oiI,A 'OtINC'IL, NO. 1021--Meets at Odd 'tllows' h'all first anld third Thurslday evenings oft each month. A. '. QUINN, Grand Knight. DI. W. F'ITZPATRIRCK, Fin. Seo. MIHSNIt.A LO)lDll NO. 13, A. I, & A. M.-Reglular meltings first and third Tuesdays In Masonlc temple. OSCAR BOOS, W. M. H. L. SADICER, Secretary. WESTERN SUN CHIAPTIER, NO. 11, R. A. M.--Meets first and third Prt. days of each month in Masonic temple. J. W. I.STTIR, it. P. S. If. M'CALL., Secretary. TYREAN t'ONIINII,, NO. 3. R. AND R. M.--Meets at Masonle temple, sec. ald tlllWednesday of each montth, at 7:30 . Il. VisIting Companioilns are Cor dlally Invlited. II. . JOH)INRON, T. . M. M. II. KNiSi.iL, Rec.order. IHARMONY IOI1xil NO. 83, A. I'. & A. M.-Meets In K. of I'. hall, C. Pront street. ItouKIIIlIPr ,ommlnnleations. 1st andli Mondalliy. Visiting member are ..specIally invited ,. II. KNIH:IY, W. 1,. '. It. AV'IRY, Secretary. O. I. S., IMMANITEI. ('iHAP TEit. It . Il--itgulatr meetings serlolld anild fourth Haturdays of each month at n:001 p. im., In Mntasotilc templllc. Vlsltilng members ecordially Iiivited. ALI('i WVHIITcOMI1. W. M. MAY WAItNICIt, hec'retary. MISot4)IlA ANItltil NO. 32, F. O. R. --. islt, first and third Tuesdayl of I:lcit montilh nt 8I00 pI. In., at Ilagles' huill, W', sl Mialn. W. A. L.(IAN. Pretthldent. .iAN. A. IIAKI.RI. Secretary. ii'lill.ilit 1.01)i(1K, NO. 4. SONS (ll, IIKIM.ANN-+ Me.tsh Inl Enlies' hall first ind third S.undays of eah month tit 8 t'culc'k I. Im. .IN4). KI.Pttlr. Prealdent. I. W. KUtlIAI.A, Secretary. A. IIl. KI NN)Y, II.ttrt-Mitr. ,. 'WI. 1'I'(iNNY. 4tilt. l Niititrt. first and third Tolesthys in K. htf P. Ill. Yu do not hCINve to dro to re 'iwle h|u l-fits. Deputieh and dltrhet Nil.. wIatl.ld. PhoK hid. 22Itr . A, It. KINNIITY, CIt APrder. II. W. APENN. .tteW , MaW. M. Till l"ItAT IRNAI IIHROTHI-r . JAiIIHl. MIMlII.A IWAl,01(' NO. 279 et's t1i') Ahol'elo ANtMiurth Mondevery Nevi'iiis 'f tlll'hy at Oddlth In Kllu hts ll Pyl at Ihi ll. M II. II. F(IITMAN , President. NYM II. IINIIA'K , Secretary. 'IN (I. I. N.IP, LECTA CHAPT. W. A.-- . e --Metett first and third llThursdays il fll eiach month InI Manitle temple. Visltors esps. Chilly wtiv hn'mo. '. AR.A 1t. I,.AWYRLD, on. M. JAMI, LI. WAL1A('IK, W. P. ANNIIY ll. AlEIll,, Clerek.ary NI'I'I+CI) AlRTI.AN*--Meets every Rseo(nr Thurs.ly at Odd Fellows' hall aiex. at .8 p. n. allil Ill o II, hail. A. J. WIOSIITMAN, M. A. H. I.. I I)INIIAM, Secretary. MI-H(IitaLA ('AMP. NO. 3229, M. W. A.- -+ltgular meetings first and third Molndlys ai 8 p. tn.; foresters' drill ttedll and fourth Thursdays. 8 p. m. 1. U. c). I". hall. W. !. SI''KEI.KrIFPITD, Consul. HENRY UIAKEI.Y, Clerk.' 127 hislins Ave. -Meets ev ery Thurs. day evening ot each month at 8 W. A. I)OOAN. Dletatnr. II. .4 SUMMIittiI, Secretary.