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FIGURES OF THE SECRETARY OF
STATE INDICATE AMENDMENT
FAILED TO PASS.
Iletroit, No. 2.--The ,nstituti onal
:I 'tindiTent irvidin t ivt ma. i suffrage
in .iho::tan w;i s detl',ath d hy to 4 votes,
tre ,rinr i 1t figiurs nmpiled in the
S . tar ; of stl ate"' ioffli ,e at 1.;11nsing,
r)1m w "iy moull y it r ict'higt an. 1'n
til tht r'l nlt is ,fffiialye announced
bLy tih state hbard of ( ,nvass
,ir'. I 11Ii c mh,,r in. it, is said that no
I ,,.nit, ,tatem nt'l \' ill hr mauled hy thell
i ti l]t.' ila i h ;1 )all II iitn ;Ititis 1i
w'h t l ,,:ars,. of lti 1 :n th,*y gillI n'xt
'l. 11,, p .htPso T lar \\ .11, 1 1g ll(m de 111
I l l' I, :l; 'iure toi :l rlsi.lllit the ll l uI l s -
i , t i tn the spri - t 'e ' tti ti,, l t .
l'he ,nll r , -uni d,.l'ni, l. d,-lidd
1 is ill hainu;\ ,:mll ;'., 010h,.0 lhl,
rig, u.,. ,hL\a~d ; t iiia ':iý ,f aboIt
.',:1)u ;, ia inst till, a u11 Il tll i, " hr rPr
i= ; l <biiit, that ., ti t r
POFITS OF FEhao thERAL
.ifra t .t , Il l , - l.t l Is, t Iwho 11 t .h ttill
Me iini g it up to t ithint the ll:n t I tot
aThLlisnrtit, Wis., ' . itS. The t t1: '
is.c l.,lnsin ar l t t file t ld at l he Irt'l lill
-.ention hll y :1 i) ilrlI : :f 91,-47 , hi-:
tr'ltig nuid t: t ho h " iliil tlaiUr .s, llth .
monpilation ,,l" , i, h \ nnum,/ l
Nttiteting tt is 1 1i ita; f1) an t i:7,n24
r ga ins d il tt i ,II it t t h ,r l tttitr n i
vuled !n :it (h1 r:r, n.llt l'Ih'tli an "ar
PROFITS OF FEDERAL
OUTPUT OF A WELL-KNOWrj
COEUR D'ALENE MINE MUCH
LARGER THAN BEFORE.
Mullan, Nov. 20S.-, (poeinl.)-- aur
ing the imotilh of n leluher tihe "i'edtral
Mining & Slnillling company l ade net
profits of $11(i,1000, as against $87,500)
in Septembher ird $0t0,01)0 in August.
The increased not profits are dlue
very largely to the imlproved savings
hling made at the lilling planttt of llte
Morning mine at Mullan and to the
new ground secured in lpruximnity to
the Standard-Mumirilih lidites at
Mllac. The colmnlylsit' riee'tlly wIar
ehnsed the ('leveant l aind (roen Ilill
cltaims and the ore ilbodies in this new
groul'lld are being worked through the
ld Maiilmath tunnel at Mace. Ha;ised
in its ((ctoher Oearninigs tli colipalllv}'s
tper cent onil thu preferred tland ]I per
annum on 111 ipreferredl stock, or 7
per cenlt oiin theyi referred and S Jr
cent on the ecommonllitn. The company(lllll is
now carrying on exlriineitis at tlhe
Morning mill at Mullan on a new
zinc flontation prolcess, which if sle
cessflll is expectel to Imai e t ven at
hotter saving of the zinc values of the
ire than the M1Qiilston process. Thie
companliy now has a 2001-tion plant of
the MeQuisten tulies in olllperatii
whicih Iltus protven very successfii l,
making a savinLig lof front six tii ight
toins per day oif zinle eiiteinttltes
from1 a product which flierly o011t
into tile creek through Iii1 tailrace.
The tild Tamtiarack & (Chesapelake
miliiet is to (iiielllinllt(e produc'llt g olir
on a large scale vwithiin i idaiys, ane
cording to plilnS of thle lminagerlncnt.
A i-tW miliniig planti is rapidly nelarilng
complelthitit n ailld the ndllrgrolnllll
workinlgs iare inig placed:: in shapte fior
mining the llre oiuties already blockedi
nout. The llill' will he worked trillr
R", ('aster I'onsolihtl;ted lining comn
pany, in which the I)ny flamnily of the
Rip Out Your
Fire 'Em Quick!
Men and Women Marvel at Perspi-No.
I toid-t re foiler i' toii hit, Vet tdress
shiiil i llld u tid cxc SNiVr , 1111111u11111 nalrll
pit perspiration. L'so I'liOt I-NO.
lon and wnoien, use the wonderful
i,~Vydeir PI:'ItSPII-Ni, whichl stops that
IxciSSsiv perspititililn that is lliiniit
tiuraIl, whlerever it llay iii. Y iou will
never again hailve your clothinig in tihe
lirli-pits soaking wet froe ptr rspiri
tint, or have tllcemln get stiff', fade, alid
halve tIhe colors riun, or lhavLe lyour
dreoss-shiields curl up like roilpl's undler
tii anrlls, if you use the inuw mliarvel,
PIE'RSPI'-NO. No lmore fading, stain
ing or spoiling of dresses, coats, hllirts
uexcessive perspiratiti that iis unnat
or waists. No illre humiliation Ian
perfect inisery. Use it in sunltnir whlen
it's hot; use it in winter when \vwear
itg heavy clothing.
PENRSPI-NO Is a wonder, too. in re
moving all perspiration and body odors
immediately, it is not a sticky creanl,
but a cooling, wonderwui powder A
liwder pad free in each box.
PNRE5PI-NO, sold tat drug and de
partment stores, '25c a box. or sent on
receipt of price by Tile perspo Co.,
For sale and recommended by Mis
soula Drug Co,., H. H. Bateman and
G. F. Peterson.
New Parcels Post Rates in Diagram
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i ' ' 7
I4V I W It
ouNDS .N .10. .4S .1
NOS 30 . . .
et ·POU r4 0 MA IS NEW PCELZN SYST.EM..
MAP SHOWING NEW PARCEL ZONE SYSTEM.
Although t he1 nt1 tiar'eols post law
goe's int (if 'feet tho 1st of January,
' allilT atively fvw p'rs llns ln(l'erstan
ts ,rtoVisiions. Perhaps this t'eeo nts
f Ir I 1 1i it ~: 111' r'cit i tivity in tpr'
p" ing :l'ill -' ; I"'S.. past m'1'lli : i tter I
Ing c' pies of it lr'lI,:id,':st over the
tl'I t 'Mam's map is ver'' it much like
fill- 5 v sh,, n :hl's'. Its roost no
I t' . l f'aturie is the dilisito n of the
~111(1 l'vy into Z tn.s.
o.'.11\' (ul :l h lv d uitll ,ss hoard oflr
till, z n11, ystellll I o fl lt ll ll \W'ill
th ii i it' Iis p t : tlll it ti tl tt' d w hat
i t lllti t . .l1 gllnO :~t11 tlt0 S m .l r 's
cliap will shiw y1 ill, tholigh to c"(,nl
phl' (,ly Ililluld (1sln 1d it \ ll nm ly hiav
in iniiiabi, yotnrs(lf as living at the
ul, ion li Ilpilal.
Th"e mal.i slhows hclurly the roelation
of eacth zone to the city tof Washing
Itol, 1ln'tc\' tl' Si S in ight haltv dri tvn
I ittapt showhI ling the r elatin of' each
wouldi have been .just ats good for it
The zlont imirk.dl 1 tin the iap
hlias radius of I5 miles; Zonlle 2 in
cludel's thte area outside oif zione 1 ftor
i r;ldins of )115) miles; zone l the area
outside of zone 2 for a radius of .I1(
iniles; zlone 4 the arel l outsi de oii f thll l
thiird zone flor rolidhls olf !un rl ili s;
lzone I thle area. outside the fourth ziilne
for it radlius of 1,000 miles; zone i the
area oitsiide the fifth a(oite for' a ra
dius I f 1,4i imiles; zone 7 the tart
outsidte t e sixth zaone for it radiis of
1,x10 miles; llnell 5 ell the area ut-:1
sil thell seventhi Ztone, Including the
If you weret livinig at W\Vashinlgtonl
HIercules are t h t etintroilling faeto)rs.
The srtockholders in the two c(om
tinles have received Iii noticeiti that I
holre s in ti(1' Ilov compaty are noW
ready for distributionl thrultIgh the Na
tional lhIankl if WValltea' int exchtange
fir shares in hith o(f thle oli clom
pnll les. Thei T iat l:'ek. c " 'hes'p.i kea
shalilrh Iolders a'i ' ito re (ive 5l . 2'i a0
shares its their propori ltion of stock' in
the new company, which is illilrpor
atied f(lor 2,l00,00) sharmes, Ithe1( illlnnei
oif 1,114,7311 th sh tefs going to illt ti tt if
shareholdeiii'rs, hal most of vhich is
i tiowned by the iD t s, .tiorlite l);;y if
M lis Pio is llt 1ta11 lger o(f ithe l v'
retlllnt ishl utinn i he- si t more tltn it
thweek i olissiti" l i h v tit' nnel lints t In(rl
t''lii's ttti th t\t'ittill ii0 lft'( Ititfli t lit'
in t. good grule of coti petr t re. The
shoot is now over )'ii feet longt anlt
is t.eti n t ting strli il aN Irhe work Ilt arlll
Ithe s hift which wa lislp t lownI1 on th
ore from the lu''f(ee. The width of
thO ore shoot Is not| kilioVI, in m1t all
Sntempt i.h, l iin mall to cr lssnt ll it,
lat thati it is five ill r six fe t widern .
thannitiei' the lt ha's blf n nsssetill bty'
drf b aill s tlis. )ivingr i grThe itnllt n
tity lof water, much of ill(~ lre is in
lthe fltl'll of te 1 grnit ar, i tI'til 'Iit oif lup
per, with which is mixed consiti'r
ahlke s nlhiu ftd r lit, yet rscheid i n
hrki" gs the miihr-ln4e w ivlal ii good
shoal of high-graidl galeai ore, t111d1
it is ,xpol) tedl 1hn1 this will be flnmil
well , ,tr ng Sil t (i l,' r) ntI life.''
district 's Ixtr. hIl. te . It ' :Girg e1
reite, i tinslitr l 11il ill'er ('lblO dvlines
north ii(] o ast of (, 1u. la . The Tig-r0
I li la :mld Hlereol' s v'ins passi
throuigh this district, whih is over 10
mihes ill length. The l:th1s' disovry
lead -silver ri' II) he i l in this holl
is Ih;!t Ihl, 'Mlarsh mine oast of the
Tiger-1Po imm; wvorkings, The :lni'sit
has Itol n>u.Iitt- ,d its lliporl.la ',e as :t
prnflltling mine. 'Plie nest Iil'r ore
body dev'',h~ld is copper at 1h1, Snow1 -
storm min', five ,'' six Milhs, 'i.'t, and
the next :it Ih.. Silb ,r ('able, :i lend
silv ,r deposit :(hbo t seven miles faur
Ihor ('ist. Thl N. i )loial is bItw(en
the Stuiwstorml .Ind Ihe, Mlalrsh :1l141
this new dis.,.o-y of a. valiiable body
of ore will ro'e,:tlv ncouragt other
prop(rtils in Ihl l,1 to perform more
joins ill( I'upper ] ing 1t1 Miss iila
min's, h~ th of which have good show
ings. The Copper King has an ex
colleni showing of l]ad-silver ore anl
the Missoula has opened on one level
a good body of copperl ore. ()thel'prop
erties which will di'retly henefit by
the National strike are the ide'p'nd
inee, the Lucky ('alihnet and the
Snowshoo which latter adjoins the
Snowstorm, and has already opened a
large mass of milling ore in a lower
The Hlypothek Mining cm.lpany has
annoutced the levy of an asseisment
of five mills per hare. The company
recently developed a new body of sil
and wanted to send apounrl of candy
to a, friend in Fort Wayne, a gland i
ait the trlati \Vwotld show you that PFtrt
Wayne is in the fourth zone. IRefer
ring to lthe ttable, y31ou wotld note that
lth..e st of slntlinig the pllrel to the
l'o tih ztone wVotild te ii rents.
If instea(d of s1indindg the cattily to
"ort Watyn'o you want t to setndl it to
Enrie, I'a., the rost of setllitng it wo(ultl
lIe only 7 rentls, as Eri' is in the third
Zone. 'iThe shotrter the tistanetr tlhe
pnreel is to travel the snaller will lie
itht expt.inse of senlding it. AnId oI I
olll 4 lih \(wei4ghlt otf tll'h packag' will
:have s.itihitig In di with the tx
itn'ls o st.iling it alsto.
Rates of Postage.
The tilw law establishes the follow
Tl'ht tlhet rate if postage on fourth
elass Iatter weighing noit inore than
I'four ones shall le 1 cent for neah
ea t11 ori r fraclion of afn tlounce, ant onti
such imatIter in excess of four ounces
in wetight the rate shall be by the
loiiitad, ,as here, iniafiter tqrovided, the
postage in all c:ases to bei prepaid by
dislictiive ip sl:tge stnltlips affixeld.
That except is pJrotvided in the next
piece'ding Paragraph postage tll nitt
tr of thei' foil'th class shall be pre
paid at the' fllowintg rates:
O)n all Iatlter inailed at the post
oflice from whit h W a' IIura Il roulte starts,
for detliverc onl such 1ute, or nmailed
:It any potintt ion such routeit for delivery
at IIany other pointI i thtereon, or at, the
offlice ftrom which the routle starts,
oFr Oin illny 'rilural route startitig thtec
citl.l , lrrid l t ll lle, tter at tiled li.t :I
city carrier oflice, or at any point
Turks Fleeing From (apital
TURKISH RESIDENTS FLEEING FROM CONSTANTINOPLE.
tile, ll i:l litatl , ht:l\lvng oliter, crossed
the Ilhllespont init A\sia Mliinor Ior
Many Missoula People Testify to This.
Y"ru .an't slRop :It night.
W it iaecls i d l t-ains of a tt bad
i ·nc k ....
\VhtI yon halve tI gel t itt from
Il ailtl ry 1t libles.
If' l It' killn.. '.S are' : l fit uilt
Solt Ihem workingli arlight with
Ioul's Kid.hny fills.
Iler,. is Miss. ula. proof of their etf
Mrs. 4'. . 1't-erntto.tt. 245 ,I. Rail
roa 1 t .li, l sltlltlt itI M ont., says: t " ih'tt
1 lof illy fI' lnlily w as gr satly Iroui led by
l a n llelh-k a n d it \\a .s a lh mo sl i i is si
lit fori hit toi get IUll alltr lying doitvtt
otanl' Pills q uikly icheckd the kid
Iney \VI'aIknel s atlld other Iroulies. I
knot\w thlat )artl's Kidney fills stilniml
l IhI, t r.dei oif the idneys int tonel
nit the st la.
Poi sile by all dalers. Price Iit0
New York¥ , sol agents filr the titted
1ttuitni or i lthe mit i -otni i i-- anti
11 h. rI. I)UIy.l, rnttr A.
TRUE TO LIFE.
Mr. ,lustwed.---"Wtell. dearest, how
did .ou like the play?"
Mrs. Justwed. -"(,uite true to lifo
they chat.gud sirvants ill every act."
Logo e may be blind, but marriage Is
often ain eye-opener.
All Mloosi apliliatlts must he es
Anined by tonight ill order to lbe ini
,ated Thursday, 1)ec. 5i.
N. I' )U1I''Y, Organizer.
within its delivery limits, for delivery
by carriers from that office, or at any
office for local deliviry, 5 cents for
the first pound or frailtion of a pound
and 1 cen'llt for each iaditional pound
or fraction of a pound.
'or delivery within the first zone,
except us provided in thie next pre
.eding par]agrahpI , 5 cents for the first
p0(1nd oar fraction of i pound and 3
c'ent s for each addlitilnal pound or
fo'nt(Iio i f a pound.
Itor delivery in the second zone, 6
c'tlets for the first pminl or fraction
-I' aL pltlt iliand 4 cents for each addi
ional poundit or fraction of a lpound.
iFor delivery in the fourth zone, 8
rOnlts for the first poTnd or fraction
otf at poulnd and 6 cents for each addi
tiolnall llpound or fraction of a pound.
IFor dlivery \yithin the fifth zone, 9
cents for the first pound gr fraction
of a. polud and 7 cents for each addi
tional polnd or fraction.of a pound.
For delivery within the sixth zone,
10 cents for the first pound or frac
tionll of a, ]l pond and i cents for each
additional pound or fraction of a
Ior delivery within tie seventh
zlone, 11 cents for the first pound or
fraction of a pound and 10 cents for
each additional ound or fraction of a
lFor delivery within: the eighth zone
and hoetween the Philippline islands and
any portion of the United States, in
cluding the District of (' olumbia and
the( several territories and possessions,
12 cents for the first lound or frac
tihl f a lpound and 12 cents for each
additional pound or fraction of a
taken steamer for Points west. Able
isdied tmen, including many Chris
tians, have, been complliled to remain
in the city madI assist in its defense.
The ntccilmllt ill i tit picture shows
T'urks flhitng iriml ira, the residen
tial section of tihe city.
MOB IN LOUISIANA
THREE NEGROES WHO ASSAULT
ED DEPUTY SHERIFF IN JAIL
Shreveport, Nov. 28.-Wood Burke,
Jim l ierd tanld il;is Jimtnmrson, three
nigres \vho tx:Iut Iled tynl seriously
wtlltdetd 1)D( ty Sheriff 1tdwards of
i5tsslir puarish,. Sl\elrall weeks ago,
were taken froll three deputies to
night and lyncheld.
The deputieis anl their charges,
traveling in hu]gtgites, were met at the
tiute of a satunp hI a mot. The dep
utlies w\ere vt\''rpvotve.red and the ne
grues taken into the swamp and
Burke, ITeard and Jimmerson, pris
tlrs in thIe tussi r pilristh jail, at
tacked Edwards on the evening of
Slptemt.eitr lO, wlttn the prisoners
t\\ere being served slipper.
The neigrcoes beat him into uncon
s'iiou)lsnots with a piece of pipe and
escapled. Fis condition still is re
gardledi as serlotis.
'lI't1 last 'f the trio, Burke, was
Gasso.-"'I just n,.t your friend, De
Puy.singh:utser. Is he connected with
the wealthly New York family of that
THE MIND READER.
First straphanger. - "Look out!
You're treading on my ,feet-'
Second strabhnnger.-.iBeg pardon!
I also prefer to ride In a eab." '
I Do you t rt the day feeling that the whole v' ldi .hagainst
yIou? You cannot hope to "make good" under these cir
cunistances. Nobody can. You imust have a leat brain
Sand every organ in perfect trim to do justice to yurself.
Will Bring Quick Rel ef
Dr. b . V. Pierce found years ago that a glyceric
extract of Golden Seal and Oregon grape roots,
queen's root and bloodroot with black cherry bark,
would aid in the assimilation of the food in the
stomach, correct liver ills and in nature's own way
enrich the blood, tone the entire system and con
sequently help in the restoration of perfect health. 1Many
who have used Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery tes
tify that they have been restored to health when suffering The . t phys
from stomach and liver ills. Let this famous old medicine Gave flerl U.
start today to lead you to health and strength. "r wvo attacked with a,,evere
nervous disease, whldkwas caused
Qw-if you prefer-you can obtain Dr. Pdersordered stosamil and.llv
pr." writes MRy z1. i4. 1I.,vae, of
Fdvorite Prescription tablets of your druggist Washburn, Tenn. Route2 ;Bo53.
at $1 per box, also in 50e size or send 50 one-cent "'All my friends thlonht "I would
stamps to R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, for a trial box. I was adalsed to try Dr.
S -Pierce's Golden Medical Discov
You can learn all about hygiene, anatomy, medicine, etc., from the errc and derved Mcih Dsdneft
People's Common Sense Medical Adviser, by Dr. R.V. Pierce, a newly logm i me.a M case so chro so
revised, up-to-date edition of which is now offered, in cloth covers, that nothing would effect a per
post-paid, for 31 cents in one-cent stamps, to cover cost of wrapping manent cure, bat Dr. 'Plerce's
°edicine hg done 1mu ch for me.
and mailing only. Address, Dr. Pierce's Invalids Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y. and I hlghiv recommend it. I
heartily advise its se as a snring
tonic and further advise auing
Don't bb poisoned by sluggish bowels. Dr. Pierces .ione to rQe ir. Plr.s ml
lnes "before theIr dlbsda> have
Pleasant Pellets regulate and Invigorate stomach, run.o toeg. re..no a.oen
S.iver and bowels. Sugar coated, tiny granules.
IN FEDERAL RANKS
REBELS 'EN ST
MIEXICAN INSURRECTOS ADOPT
NOVEL METHOD FOR RECAP
TURE OF JUAREZ.
El Paso, Nov. 28.-Juarez, the im
portant border point, threatened by
insurrecto attack, has found that reb
els are enlisted among the town's
pefenders. A series of arrests were
begun today which, it is said, will
materially diminish the 500 federal
soldiers of the local garrison. A half
dozen men selected from, the ranks
were placed in jail, charged with not
only bhetlrg-rebel sympathizers, but
with actually being rebel soldiers.
General Trucy Aultert, left with
only a few federal regulars and no
artillery, found it necessary to re
cruit his ranks to full strength. Rob
els crossing from El Paso joined the
federal army and today the Mexican
secret service exposed a plot wherein
the so-called volunteers were pIre
paring to turn against the regulars
when the insurrecto attack was mlade.
The arrival from the state capital of
some artillery is expected to assist
materially in defending the tiown
should an111 tack he made.
It developed todlay that three trains
sullpposedly of troops, which left
Chilhushah, City a few days ago for
the north were merely work trains
with a small troop escort.
The federal government has re
fused to send reinforcements into the
northern part of the state, where reb
els appear as numerous as at the
beginning of the revolution and where
the federal garrisons admittedly are
TOO BASHFUL HIMSELF.
"Young Shyboy is in favor of the
suffrage for women." .
"('t, lthat's because he thinks they'll
do the proposing!"
Parisian Sage Puts Life and
Lustre into Faded
One Application Stops Scalp
If you haven't enjoyed the marvel
ous benefit derived from using de
lightful, refreshing PARISIAN SAGE,
the modern hair grower, beautifier
and dandruff remedy you have missed
a real treat.
Every woman should use, PARISIAN
SAGE] Hair Tonic not only to banish
dandruff and other hair truobles, but
to prevent falling hair, baldness, gray
ness, and faded hair. PARISIAN
SAGE puts life and luster into any
person's hair. It keeps the scalp and
hair Immaculately clean, and causes
the hair to come in thick and
PARISIAN SA.GEl Hair Tonic is not
a dye. It does not cqntain a particle of
poisonous lead to discolor the hair, or
any injurious ingrexdient.
Get a bottle today, madam.. It only
costs half a dollar and Is sold at iruig
and: department stores and at- ol et
goods counters everywhere.. (Ql .p
Frelsheimer guarantees it.--Adv.
Bell, 528 Black. Ind. 1602 TAKE ADVANTAGE OF
ov R AND TPRESENT PRICES ON
We handle a general line of acces- Rocky Fork Lump........$7.00 per ton
sories. Bear Creek Lump........$7.25 per ton
Owl Creek Lump..........$8.00 per ton
East Main St. Nut coal at proportionate low
prices, and special rates on five
tons or more.
Monmtana Overland Anthracite Coal
Company º Interstate Lumber Co.
Opposite HIarnols Theater Bell 106, Ind. 742
,s $ - S $ S $ $ S
SBASSANN MILL WOOD
Cut stove length and delivered,
green, per load .......................... $ .75
The fastest growing young city in Three or more loads to one ad
Western Canada. The headquart- dress, each ................................3.50
ers of the Canadian Pacific's great Dry, per load ............................. 50
irrigation lr'ojtt-now building Kindling wood, per load........12.50
one of the largest clams in the
4 world. Plenty of power, natural
ise and al inlr" and the gr The Polleys Lumber Co.
islribnuting ·enter for lare awn~r- The
culturn dlistrict. Divisional point City Saw Mill
of three railways' and brache. Bell 414 Ind. 424
111 lot iacl.tee n minutes' wauill- Branch Office, 115 Higgins Ave.
from the postoffice for $t60 each,
p ayable $1.00 per' week. NO IN
'Il't'lECsT, No 'rAXgS. l'vt, l tx - VE
AND IWVI'L. Population 11t09, 38;
912, 2,5100. WESTERN MONTANA
WILLIAM KLIEN NATIONAL BANK
e Calgary, Alberta, Canada. ". Missoula, Mont.
$ $ i $ $ $ ~ UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY
CAPITAL ....................... .........$200,000
SURPLUS FUND ................ 50,000
Garden Cty . A. WOLF ....................President
JOHN C. LEHSOU....Vice President
J. H. T. RYMAN......................Cashier
John G. Morony, M. A. Fisk, G.
Missoula, Montana. A. wol, John C. Lehsou, F. H.
Woody, J. H. T. Ryman.
A GENERAL BANKING
SEE THE NEW BLUE AMBEROL BUSINESS TRANSACTED
MISSOULA TRUST AND
ORVIS MUSIC HOUSE SAVINGS BANK
Notice for Publication. Misoula, Montana
Department of the Interior, United Capital - . - ...-..$200,000
States Land Office at Missoula, Mont., Surplus and Profit.....-.. 50,000
November 11, 1912. Officers
Notice is hereby givent that Harry J. M. KEITH .....................President
Hill of Sunset, Mont., who, on June 16, S. J. COFFEE..............Vice President
1908, made homestead entry 3258, serial A. R. JACOBS.............Cashier
No. 01083, for the north half of the R. C. GIDDINGS..........Asst. Cashiier
northlast quarter, southeast quarter of
the northeast quarter, northeast quar- Directors
ter of the southeast quarter, section 28, J. M. Keith, S. J. Coffee, J. R.
township 14 north, range 15 west, Mon- Daily, G. T. McCullough, P. J.
tana meridian, has filed notice of in- Kline, A. UR Jacobs, Kenneth Rose.
tention to make final three-year proof We pay 3 per cent per annum on
to establish claim to the land above de
scribed before register and receiver of Savings Deposits.
United States land office at Missoula,
Mont., on the 17th day of December,
Claimant names as witnesses: Leon
ard Nelson of Sunset, Mont.; William SCAý D ýAN
Moihlin of Sunset, Mont.; Charles A.
Smith of Potomac, Mont. A RICAN
11-14 tJOSIAH SHULL, Register. STATE BANK
11-14 to 12-18.
Examination for Certificate of Certi- Unit ssoula y for
fled Public Accountant. United t Deository fo
In accordance with Section 3, Chap- Postal 8aying1 Fund.
tar 39 of the Session Laws of 1909. an TRANSACTS A GENERAL 'BANK*
examination for Certificates as "'Cer
tified Public Accountant" will be held ING BUSINESS.
Decenmber 27t11 and 28th next in the Travelers checks, draft8s and letters
E)lectric building, Butte. Application of credit available in all parts
blanks and all information concerning of the. world,
the examination 'may be obtained from S. afety Deposit Boxes for Rent,
Dr. Joseph H. Underwood, chairman titerest. Paid on 8avigri* Aocounzs
University Committee of Accountancy, and' Certifioates of Depoejt.
Mlssoula, Montana, or Donald Arthur,
certified public accountant, State Say
ings banik building, Buttc.
To insure consideration applications
sity not later than December 10th, y
next.-Board of Examiners in Ac- yers nor
countancy. Donald Arthur, C. P. A., . sold 0 u
November 25th, 1912. 11-28-29-30, ""
Is tO the oaytemi what oil is to a Jam es
machine; -yf *Weed it to keep going- ,
Holtister'a~-R.l. aTea.- George Frels