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MISS GERALWDEE OHARA AND GEORQZ 'RO STS80 VISITED BY FRltIN.,. Ha-ilton, Feb. 1--(;peisal.)-Miss Gera ne O'H~a ad 'Ceorge Robert son were each the vicnim of Surprise parties list evepipg, ,a number of their schoolmates arranging a double sur pise. A largee .rbdwd of f~olllking scholastics gathered early in the evening at the f. A. O'Hara home, much to the surprise of the O'Haras. The pertl soon repaired to the Faminly theater. From the theater the crowd of young people went to the Rober. son home, where the rest of the even ing was most enjoyably passed at the *ihist table. The prizes were won by Miss Urselle Wheeler and John South wick. Those present were Misses Wheeler, Gage, Southwick, Theis, Rtobertson,Daugherty, Duffy, Geraldine and Roberta O'Hara, Hassler, Mary Frances O'Hara, Butler, Kleinoeder, Wanderer, Murray, Morris, Peterson, Mansell, Barron and Messrs. Gage, Crutchfleld, South wick, W. Roberts, Robertson, Peterson, Wanderer, Noble, M.arr, Cooper, Murray, Murry, Bishop, Prentiss, Higgins, McKeown, Mack, Fullerton Hefling, G. Robertson and Theis. HAMILTON BRIEFS Hamilton, Feb. 22.-(Special.)-Mr. atid Mrs. J. Norcross of Ellis, an., are visiting at the home of James Froman in this city, Mr. Norcross being Mrs. Froman's brother. Mr. and Mrs. Nor cross are returning from California, where they visited. They own a large ranch in Kansas, William Brown has resigned his po sition as manager of the sheep depart ment of the Bitter R.oot stock farm, and has been succeeded by William Strange. Fred Keller, Wesley Swayze and John Wagner returned this morning from Great Falls, where they testified in the government case against Charles M. Barber. W. O. Fisk and C. A. Bailey arrived home this even ing. J. V. Owens of Mlissoula arrived in Hamilton yesterday, and Is a guest at the Ravalli hotel today. Chris Rasmussen arrived in Hamil ton this noon by automobile from Bitter Root Inn. He was accompanied by a number of land buyers. The Family theater management an nounces a two-reel feature entitled, "The Mexican Spy," for Monday even ing. The picture is touted as some thing spectacular. James Higgins, a student at the uni Yetsity at Missoula, is mak1Yg an over-Sunday visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jamet Higgins. PARADISE NOTES Paradise, Feb. 22.-(Special.)-Low ry 4nith, superintendent of the Tie treating plant, has returned from a three weeks' stay in St. Paul on busi ness connected with his company. .Mr. and Mrs. Lew Linden returned Friday from Spokane and other coast cities, where they spent their honey moon. V. B. Skinner, representing the Mis soula Mercantile company, was a vis itor in town AMonday calling on his customers. Mrs. Maloy and son Walter made a short visit to Missoula Monday. Edward Marley, second trick dis patcher at the aNorthern Pacific depot for the last two years, has moved to Spokane where he will accept 4A sim ilar position. His place is taken by J. R. Garber. High water, caused by the snow going away has made lots of trouble tob many residents. Several cellars have been flooded. IMrs. Verne :Aarley took her little girl to Plains Tuesday to consult Dr. Brown, dentist. Mrs. J. J. Brice returned Tuesday from a visit with friends in .Missoula. A quilting party was held at the home of Mrs. B. Terry Wednesday afternoon. Quite a number of ladies were present. A. delightful lunch was served. Professor Skelton attended the meeting of the Methodist Sunday school, at Plains. C. H. Nicholas of Hugo, Okla., has been appointed assistant superintend ent of the Tie Treating plant here and arrived this week to take up his du ties. M.rs. Zimmerman of Kootenal, Idaho, is Viditing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1M. Dennis. Tonight the pupils of the Paradise school gave an entertainment in honor of Washington's birthday. NEWS FROM RONAN Ronan, Feb. 22.-(Special.) .- The Ladlee' Aid society of the Methodist Episcopal church met with Mrs. FI. E. Healey in Clairmont addition. A large number attended and all enjoyed a pleasant afternoon. ,Mrs. Virginia A. Hall of Sloan is in Ronan thia week. IMrs. F. G. Foster has returned to Ronan after a month's visit in Butte. There w'as a meeting of the school board held at Ravalli Thursday and all members went on to ,Arlee to at tend the division of the school board. Harry Yaeger of Lewistown was in Ronan Tuesday transacting business. G. R. Dubay of Poison was a Ronan visitor Wednesday. H. G. Stamm of Minneapolis passed through Ronan Thursday. J. Rose Buniston of Denver stopped at the Oterling Thursday. THeIR ,NIVERSARY. Stevensville, Feb. 22.--(pecial.) rw, ea mru, Qgovre aCa were plas hl sdrpritad last eveninlg 'y a iutibe.er of their friends .who all.ed nlashtOiqed tot spenw the e:eniti ind Celebitae the 20th wedding anntier gary of Mr. and Mts. Kain. An abund ance of goo tthbihg to eat was pro yvided and the guests had the best kind of a time. Those present were: Mrs and Mrs. Howard Smart, Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Wells, Mr. and *Mrs. Charles Wbitaett, Rev. J. F. Sals man, Jqr. and Mrs. Perry Foust, Mr. and Mrs. Wiliam Canton, Professor J. F. SharjgI *.4 ad kmr. kari H. Kellog, Mr. and Cirs. 'Fred Howard, lMrs. John pIwlin.g,. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Turner, Mr.'and Mrs. George Rob erts, Mrs. J. Wr. Simpson, Richmond $1impson, Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Lewis, Mrs. Tom Baird, MTr. and iM'rs. Charles Buck' and Mr. and ,Mrs. George Kain. CORVALLIS NOTES Corvallis, Feb. 22.-(Special.)- The large cottonwood trees in front of the Bourne building on Main street have been cut down. The effect gives an idea of the size of, the house. D. H. Hoblitt is in Missoula on a visit to his son, a law student at the university. Miss Nora Sheldon and Glen Chaf fin of the high school are quite ill. Rev. Vaughn is reported to be im proving. The local minstrel show comes off on Tuesday.' the 25th. Great interest is taken in the local talent play. The high school and grades united in a patriotic celebration in honor of Washington and Lincoln. The exer cises displayed especial ability on the part of the children and showed the fine ability of the faculty to produce an excellent program. The large at tendance of the public strongly proved the need of a new and much larger assembly room. The Ladies' Aid society of the Pres byterian church enjoyed an all-day session at the church on Thursday. Miss Virginia Davis of Lolo is the guest of 'Mrs. Everly over Sunday. The local society of equity served an oyster supper Thursday as a get together meeting. It was well at tended. Addresses were made by Mr. (Lawrence of The Missoulian and Messrs. Howe and Carruthers. Con siderable interest is shown in the work of the organization. Eddie Bay, G'ilbert C'haffin and Earl Hall are back from Blair business college. The organization of the Eastern Star chapter on aMonday was far more successful than expected. The regu lation number for charter members only were admitted, while as many more had to wait for a later meet ing. Besides Mrs. Thompson of :Mis soula, 22 camhe as a team from Ham ilton. G. G. Lockwood is worthy patron. The high school has undertaken a play to be given the latter part of March or the early part of April. The puilBs are very enthusiastic over the production. The play is entitled "The Freshman." V. B. Skinner and Mr. Masterson of the Missoula Mercantile company called upon the merchants Saturday. frank Ammerman of the Henning sen Produce company of Butte, visited the local cheese factory. DIXON NOTES Dixon, Feb. 22.-(Special.)-Moser & t Campbell of this place have been awarded the contract for the cutting I and delivering of one-half million feet of lumber on the Susan Pierre allot ment, one mile north of Dixon, on or before June 30, 1913. The lumber will be cut from the timber in the vicinity of the site selected for the new agency buildings. The contract was signed on February 19. ,the sawmill will be located on the Eli Paulin place, just south of F. E. Campbell's farm. The bid given by Moser & Campbell was much lower than any other. Dixon was well represented at the Red Apple banquet in Missoula Satur day night by Ben Denison, M. H. Deni son, A. C. Thomas, Fred Woodworth, J. A. Scully, S. Daigler and Mr. and Mrs. V. N. Weber. The Cope ferry boat is in operation again, having been blasted loose the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lawler and son ar rived Wednesday from Butte and have moved onto their farm three miles east of town, which they purchased from O. E. Smith. Mrs. Ben Raymond, who is suffering with rheumatism, left Monday even ing for Missoula, where she will re ceive treatment. Elizabeth. Perry, a sister of A. B. Perry, has tiled on 40 acres in sec tion 26, township 18 north, range 22 west. G. G. Watt and Dr. Sweet came down from Helena last evening for a couple of days' visit at home. 'Mr. Watt has just returned from Los An geles, where he was called as witness in the Darrow trial. Father Casey of Plains will hold mass here Sunday at 10:30 a. m., also Monday and Tuesday at 8 a. an. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Scully are the proud parents of a seven and one-half pound baby boy, born yesterday morn ing. Mrs. Myers went to Butte Saturday, returning Wednesday. F. M. Lawrence was in town Mon day. O0. E. Smith and family left Monday for Oregon. The card club will be entertained next Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. Del Huotte at the Whiteman home. Mrs. E. Haynes is ill with stomach trouble at the home of her sister, 'Mrs. W. E. Campbell. John Morkert and family moved Sunday to their ranch in Little Ar kansas. Mrs. E. A. Sweet returned Sunday from a three-weeks' stay In Helena. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Clark left Satur day for Nes PeMd, -Idaho. 'Mrs. F. E. CGampbellt left Monday evening for .'-viLtt t Helesa. Mrs. Neftner and thildien were in Missoula Sunday evesglA..e V. H. Smith returned Wednesday from Buttt, SRNEN AIDS GRIMERS BASKET WILLOW CUTTINGS WILL BE SENT TO BITTER ROOT FOR PLANTING. Hamilton, Feb. 22.-(Special.)-A let thr has been received at the local chamnber of commerce from Forest Sttpetwisor W.. W. White of 'Missoula, in which he advises the organization that the department of agriculture is making preparations for distributing basket willow cuttings grown last year on the government experimental farm at Arlington, Va. These cuttings will be sent out about March 1 to those making proper application for them. Persons receiving these cuttings will be required. to make report of their care and development to the govern ment -authorities. Supervisor White calls attention to the fact that the growing of basket willows on land too wet 'for agriculture has become a profitable industry in sections of the country. He calls at tention to the fact that many fruit growers of the valley find work l.x in the winter months, and could find profitable employment in making bas kets from basket willow grown along the Bitter Root river on land too wet for other uses. In connection with the basket industry, Secretary Hayden stated today that a professional Ger man basket mnaker resided in Hamil ton, and 'that he has considered giving the industry a boost here if desirable willows could be found. ALBERTON Alberton, Feb. 22.-(Special.)--Mr. C. P. Seal was a Deer Lodge visitor Saturday. IMrs. D. J. Maloy of Deer Lodge re turned to her home Thursday after a two weeks 'visit with her sister, Mrs. J. W. Schlatterer. ,Mrs. C. E. Wilson was called to Mason City !Monday by the death of her sister who died very suddenly at that place. Floyd Chadwick has been on the sick list but is better and back to his duties. Miss Nettie Leigh of Superior, who has been visiting at the home of Mrs. Will Garrity in east Alberton, re turned home Wednesday. Mrs. Joseph Vetersneck was a Mis soula shopper this week. Mrs. E. F. Husabee returned home from St. Patrick's hospital in Missoula much improved in health. William Garrity formerly of Loth rop are nicely settled in their new home on Main street. C. Robinson and wife have returned home from a two months' stay with IMr. Robinson's father in Chicago. IMrs. Charles White returned home Wednesday from a four months' visit in Pennsylvania. Wallace Holinheck has moved his household goods from Bonner in the Brown house. TEACHERS ENTERTAINED. Hamilton, Feb. 22.-(Special.)-The three divisions of the Mothers' club of this city combined this afternoon in tendering a reception to the teachers In the local schools, the reception be ing held at the Ravalli hotel. The wvent was also attended by a large number of patrons of the district. Several of the prominent women of the club served on the reception tom rlittee. During the afternoon refresh nents were served at tea tables artis tically arranged about the room. The reception lasted from 2 to 5 o'clock. INTERESTING 'LETTER. Hamilton, Feb. 22. - (Special.)-An interesting letter has reached the chambers of Judge R. Lee McCulloch. A former resident of the valley, pos sesed of a grievance against certain officers, the county and the state, ad dressed a letter to "The Governor of the'United States, Washington, D. C." The letter was received at the execu tive mansion and was referred to the Near 70-Feels Like 50 Mrs. Campbell's doctor advised her to take a tablespoonful of Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey before each meal. She did so and recovered health and youthful feeling. "Eight years ago, when sick, I lost my appetite. I could not eat solid foods. Myfamily physician idvised taking a tablespoonful of Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey before each meal as a stimuilant, as it was good for the system. It did much more good than the doctor said. I feel more like fifty years old than sixty-nine. My appetite is splendid, and I find a table spoonful of Duffy's Pure Malt M*a A. CAMPB. Whiskey is very invigorating. A dealer tried to sell me a substitute for Duffy's, but the doctor told me to insist on the genuine; that gome dealers tried to sell something else to make more profit on inferior goods." Mrs. A. Campbell, 1111 West Ninth Street, Spokane, Wash. Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey Mrs Canpbell's experience is similar to that of thousands of men and women who have ben broght back to a state of health and igor by using Duty's Pure Malt Whikey as directed. Many learn its grat mednal value first fr their own family doctors. Others hear tfom friends or reltives direct. Still others read the test p Sl of those who aM so grateful to Duty's that they wish'b aid fellow sia tSywritt of their good fortuap In using this pure ' iSo L BOTTLES ONLY by , -lld 'w I and decalet,, send you advice free, together with a val illuatsated mIedlical booklet. Te Duftr Malt WMkAr C..s Metetser. M. Y. department of state. As the letter was mailed at Vernal, Utah. 4t was sent to the secretary of state of Utah. This offilcial turned the eommunication over to the sheriff at Salt Lake City, who in turn sent t e letter to County At torney James D. Taylor of this city. Judge McCulloch now has the letter. STEVENSVILLE NEWS •Steuee.tlli, Feb. 22.-(Special.) - 'Mrs. 1N. Dr.k Ricker departed on the eastboun rin Friday afternoon. She expects, tb~tabsent for several weeks. Attorn 0, O. Lewis attended court in Hrmtilt.d '-esterday. Fred Buck, city engineer of Mis soula, is spending the week-end here at the home of his parents. F. M. Lawrence, reprbsentative of The IMissoulian, paid a short visit here yesterday. George A. Pomeroy of Rockford, Ill., is here to experience a season of coun try life in the Bitter Root. lawrence Dawson, a student of the high school, expects to leave in the morning for Butte where he will re side. Frank A. Nordberg and Mr. Seaton of ,Missoula ark spending today here looking after the automobile trade. IMr. and Mrs. Tom .,arlin of Burnt Fork, arrived yesterday from Missouri, where they have been visiting this winter. NASH -WAN DERER. Ha.milton, Feb. 22.- (Speclal.)-Miss Margaret Lillian Wanderer, daughter of Lawrence Wanderer, was married at noon today to Stephen S. Nash of Great Falls, Mont., the ceremony be ing performed by I1ev. J. C. Irwin of the Presbyterian church at the home of the bride's father on aouth Sixth street. The happy yo.ung couple left this afternoon for Great Falls, where they will reside. Mrs. Nash is a young woman of many accomeplishments, having made many friends during her residence in this city. 11cr husband is it locomotive engineer, whose run lies between Great Falls and Helena. FIRE IN WALLACE. Wallace, Feb. 22--.(Special.)-- Fire that broke out at I::30 this morning destroyed the home of William Husser on Bank street, and for a time threat ened adjoining houses. The morning was bitterly cold, and thil flamles were fought with difficulty. Although the house was gutted in i half hour, and all its contents destroyed, the usual breaking of windows from heat was absent, not a pane of glass in the house being even eractked. The loss, approximately $700 ,ni the holIusehohli goods, was covered by insurance. The origin is unknown. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK. Chicago, Feb. 22,--('attle: Receipts, 2,200. Market, stehdy. Beeves, $6.75 @9.00; Texas steers, $5.20016.00; stock ers and feeders, $5.90@.S15; cows and heifers, $3.1507.40; calves, $7.00@1 10.50. HIogs-Receipts, 10,000: market, strong to 50@10c higher. Light, $8.30 @8.50; mixed, $firstname.lastname@example.org; heavy, $7.90 @8.40; rough, $email@example.com; pigs, $6.40 @8.30; bulk, $S.30rt08.40. ISheep-Receipts, J0,000; market, steady. Native, $firstname.lastname@example.org; yearlings, $6.70(8.00; lambs, native, $email@example.com. SUPPER PARTY. Stevensville, leb. 22.-(Special.)- Dr. and IMrs. Elmer J. iFessier delight fully entertained at supper T'Lursday evening in honor of the birthday an niversary of their grandmother, Mrs. I. J. Fessler. ''Thse present were: Mr. and 'Mrs. H. L. IPattee, Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Fessler, Doean and Irmel Fecss ler. 'Mr's. I. W. I'essler and the host and hostess. PLEASANT SURPRISE PARTY. Hamilton, Feb. 22.-(Speclal.)-M isa Pernie Butler was hostess this evening at a surprise party for Miss Urselle Wheeler of the high school faculty, who ghves up1 her position on March 1 to become a bride, the party being held at the J. M. Flugstad home. The event was participated in by the senior class of the local high school. The evening was one of enjoyment. New suits; coats and dresses entirely out of the ordinary This store's advanced styles are commendable features of today's news. Every woman is essentially interested in the NEW and an hour's shopping in this store will amply repay. First-The styles are authoritative. Second-The prices are a bit under the normal. One really should not shop Missoula without doing Schlossbcrg's. Women's sample , spring coats at $10 As smart coats as you can find in any market, springwrve ht EInglish sackings in clever round-cornered •cut-awlay style; they have\ a patch I, pocket and are otherwise made most attractive; exclusive samples. ('olme early. Women's fine serge dresses, extra spec'l at $7.95 and $10.00 Serge dresses for correct apparel --for spring w'ar the serge dress with the round cornered ct. Thse dresses are of extra quality sel ge in choice icolors, also in black messnline trimmed: pearl girtlh, h l,. l h Q P'rice. $7.95: also fine s~ere dress \\ ith p.nty ,f t black and white trimmuing at hut .... pi1.OO Chic tailored suits in fancies, blues and black ('ut in the samne fresh mode ls are from smart cloth In plain blues, blacks and fancies; new , short coat and \\itle hip skirits; `'oats all satin linod. The price but............... WOMENS SMARTEST DIAGONAL CHEVIOT COATS IN BLUE AND IN( 1I BLACK; LINED THROUGHOUT WITH RICHEST ALL-SILK MESSA L IN E , A T ..................... ................. New things all over the store The apparel store Is resplndlent with \watVts, hoos,' diessin:: and the al~iny acc'" sOi'es of women' \\ctar. The new :ilks Ill, la l gin in; . -" it n , i beautiful quality costs but $1.00, ;ind any s .aide is ,lt;hin:hl,; :,. inch Isis :c: line, good and heavy costs, $1.25 a .x:trd for phtin shads or t\(1 - tonud ci,,t l: The improve\'d thin-brahl hair s\itchhe. s cost $'.50 for 111h set, S;n : u , h: ; b.l gains for that price. Shop at this Store for the New. Shop Shop the the store store daily daily T 1$ f*~o SAGE IEA BEAUTIFULLY DARKENS THE HAIR WHEN FADED AND GRAY Mixed With Sulphur Makes Hair Soft, Lustrous and Cures Dandruff. The use of Shage niitl MUllur fir r- storing fadedl, gray hair to its natirali color dates back to grandlmothertI's time. She kept her hair bl.utliftj ull darkened, glossy and ahlundanit with it ibrew o f S.ge Tea iiandl IttlIlphir. When ever her hair fell out or took on that dull, faded or streaked appearance l I' this simplo mixture was alpplied with wonderful effect. But brewing at home Is mussy and out-of-date. Nowadlays skilled (heII ists do this better than ourselves. lly asking at ony drug store o'or the ready to-use product-called "Wyeth's Sage and" Sulphur Hair emedy"''--- you will BULLET TAKEN FROM HEART, IMontreal, Feb. 22.-At the Royal Victoria hospital Dr. (eorge E. Armn strong Iperformned the remarkable op eratlon of removing a bullet from ti h pericardium or outer riiinolltmlir:ane of tlo'anni Calangelo's heart. (.'alanglo was shot by his son dluring a qyuarrel last Sunday. The bullet was locatedl by X-ray photogralphs and the only hope of saving the patient's life was by an operation. The patient's ulti mate recovery Is looked for. PENITENTIARY FOR WOMEN. Chicago, Feb. 22.--Membters of the Illinois Women's Democratic leagiuie have started a movement for the es tablishment in this state for a pent tentiary for women. The institution, as proposed, would be entirely gov erned by women and would be separ ated entirely from the other state prisons. NOTICE, MOOSE APPLICANTS Any persons who made appllcatlin to join the L. O. O. M. lodge during open charter will please call at Dr. Smith's office it, the Higgins block be fore March 1. All applications will be void after that date. N. C. DUFFY, Organizer. -Adv. l I- t a largel b tl Ii+ ' fl 11.- hir i ,i \ , iii'nts. itiunstit' 1 i 1gIgi5I i I 'li i I I I 5o ir ) IS 11S 1 11 i ll ttlialliiy to1 stl l iirk . i: l inli. :l i 111 I f, 1 Ill llyg. "5 t' l '. " I ) 1'1ti'h 1', 11 '11 i l'i 11I11 t Il i sl I sIH It- ý, t IIIII, . s lr n l1 a wII h1s slity Il, :in ' hair i 1tl. it S Il .l ni l I'I r dailnld lff, dry, ',"v 1.' h, it 'hy S ,1111 ;11)l1 ':1llhng hair, A well 11 ,n i l 111 nitl... l 111.Vy l,) t ils 'i l ;11 1.1 -11111 i.1 5ll, i l'h lil.l1, th 'y \+ J l, 1I;t:iit aKll s Si n 11, l 1),'ll i l h14 lt. r lt n vodly raln. Sitll it ht ts .11' aI alt1l'" llt . rI line riig 1 '11 bM sIhI 1t1i. i'11W I It Mth.lll y CO.,ll 11: , kiProp C ntr nl cts at Itirlvitll with N:1it lihrht Palld byl trains th' ;ly :irid w ). tiln et is I"St Pold in il.h the Klndykl r 11 hks glteamr.y, t R av l alll.Ihnt. Miint s-mlla: 1)rug ('., SlH.'i:tl AK'lnt,. AUHY NOT TRY POPHAM'S Asthma Remedy C-lves r'r liompt and l',ositlov l itdhi'hn overy masc". Sold by dirtIgistI. l'riho' $1.0. Trial lReonble y Rate l . lc. WILLIAMS MFG. CO., Props. Cleveland, Ohio For sale by Geo. Freisheimer, Drug. Bateman Transportation Cot Stage and Auto service be tween Ravalli and Poison Connects at ]avalll with Northerr nects at Polson with the Klondykr steamer. Ravalll, Montana AUTO LIVERY DailAny Place on the Reservation. Reasonable Rates. J. C. LUALLIN, Prop. Telephone Ravalli Hotel. Headquarters. Ravalll. Montana. R. G. HULL Auto Service Ravaill, Montana. Daily trips across the reservation. First-clas servlos Careful driven, CLUB CIGAR STORE POPULAR RESORT FOR MEN. MISSOULIAN HEADQUARTERS ALL PERIODICALS AND NEWSPAPERS FOR SALE W.B. M'Laughlin Proprietor HAMILTON, MONTANA AUTO STAGE RAVALLI TO POLSON Overland Car. :as.a ,nrs fra m 11 in the mrorning Ior il ImIMk s 42 in the evernirrg. Careful Drivers. .1 N. III I I, .:Y. I'roD IRA SALSBURY Auto Service Ravalli to Poison Headquarters, St. Ignatius FRAN K LATIMER is still on the RAVALLI-POLSON AUTO STAGE LINE. Headquarters POLS( rN. - MONTANA. AUTO STAGE RAVALLI TO POLSON Stevens-Duryea, 7-Passenger Touring Car Making Daily Trips. JOE 1'O1tERTS, Prop. Meets 41 West-bound,and 4W a ast ' bound. Careful Drivers.