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GIVEN ATTENIION DEPUTY CLERK HARRAH SENDS OUT BALLOT BOXES AND EXPLAINS PRECINCTS. D].,lnlly C:munllltr 1',rk J:l('k aITrrah, w ho', i l. i1 , 1 t " 1~ 1, rr gilstration liks, was b1us> , ist rld:iy gutting the t:hie ,,t nh\ l 'la r s t a l ll. i inl l o (IsaLn flr us h. Th t i~, " I (iin" ,15 . s-are <l. March i1 :t11l !h, , ill will n. lehl in A pril . ,'.1.t .'t ' I t,l -:tluir ll;iy, A pr;i l . Il.gis l t'i la , 1itr the it,-y in l 11 i1 i intigl 'i .ll't iil· ~ 1 M ian I _. t liItt1it StrI 1n for 'h.4 i 'l c' 1 cI , 1'7"r 'lti ' i', Ml id.i i-'h .I r I. tl :-i- I : h I:i t, tis 'lr - cintt No. 29. in- a"itied h ilt .itt I s , ,i t h -, ft il"Ir 1 I'. ' inctS. ti t'ri. i ' t, r. i i, *s :1 li',pr cts 1f olhr /I mIstr ' t N . 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M iss Dlrew' ,"i, I ,1- i|s l nkn two'll m o"n hstl : , ," I .< . 1ili' n of ' },1"0sgrap. le , l' r ,, " I ,\. l.':llh" 1 s,] I l M r. SIh' 1 0'1.',1' r. ( n thA s.,ine l u til t- -:mi 1.11', . Th -y ha81 l t m:l!,'i" rct ,it F, w e itOT1 ing th, u rec rs ~f ill m.'nilty NELSON-TRAMMELL CASE IS DISMISSED ?1)' 'ii l', ree li t l 't 1 irt it lii t hoI a, t;,I n, i h a.,. ..f ] "i ti c N l'.' l i', n ,,ni ': . i ii; . n . t i . ..ii t MILWAOKEE 61VES RITE , i il et t I't fir ",',r , : ht fl tt i:. 11 t, ; r,.l",, ' 1, p . t.. til:, T ti,, .'litt ii p i , .n t t . r, . i ,,,, t .t . i r. ,r h is t, !, :.,.ii ,,, i e. itil i f s l th," ' ' I ,t i ll t!..= Otr ille ].ha ; Is .b I 1t \ t.;1 .`i a fl thitit felt. ALBERTA The Price of Beef is High and so is the price of Cattle for ve ar the inc at ALBERTA, ' Western Canotdl,, a. l, the liK RanchitrgCiun Jctry. Many of t'hse S ranches tolday 11 it mense Kraut lirl,: a the cattle hc, ve given Splaice to the i 'lltieci 'it ,of whe't, ut:'S, ha.V i l', and thin, tilr change has made Iny thou satnds II A'terii.% settle on these plain., wealthy, * ut has incrred the price at S live stock. tiere is splln-did Sopportunity now to get a FREE HOMESTEAD of 160 Acres Sl(and another as a Dre-nptil) S in the newer districts and pro * duce either cattle or .raitl. Te * crops are always good, the ctli mate is excellent, schools and * * churches are convenient asd nmarkets splendid in Manitoba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. Send at once for literature, the latest anfonrtaton, railway rates, etc. to iBenj. Davies Dunn Block 6 Great Falls, Mont. or write Supe rinendenetof Im l !, migration, Ottawa. Canada. TRAIN IS ALL READY TO MAKE TRIP I BETTER FARMING SPECIAL WILL STOP AT EVERY MILWAUKEE STATION THIS MONTH. George '. Itllshrd, gener'al panssn .tr agent f'or the c'hicago, Mtilwaukee '& +t. Pautl railroad, ihas issued a let .tor t a ei1ts in t|olitanf (otleerptlgl the "Hetter Ilaruiing" train, which is t, run tlhrTough the state this montih \pr the .'ilwt'nkee- road. 'The train \iill stlop at nearl]y i\-'very station along he li] ] . Th"e f~ llmwitig letter will ex "i1i the purpose of the "aitter tI''rn itng" special aind tells what it ill contain of interest t~ the fartmers The Train. i\irngemn ts htav- tiitn hate :Witih thie aontalln r e'lr rs' institute St o ziTnan, Mo1nt., for the opeiration, i pr our lin s in A(ii;nt;tia, o! t So cl],d t ettier Farminttg" train, the ii j, et i. ,lliht is to offer fariini rs and ,th ,rs int.'rtsted ;tli opportunity of secu, ring, it first iilt x'altiiahil, in frnmtiln with rg;ard to scitentific furntling in all of its branlchets, includ ing diversified farming, stock raising, use of latest uaIc inery, 'controlling i th imatl and v gitabhle diseases, I te of silos, ditiiestic systeiti for ilter, lighting atlt sewers, etc. 'The conist of the train N\ ill I-e as follows: "l'two flat-iears for ide(n11tist rating usei of naitllinerit. "tamigage cir for liv.e stotk. "rur coaches for eXtttitig farmii rold hts. "tirgie eiit, l fi lectures. '"T olrist stlee'tr. "D ining car. "'here will tie in tconstanlt attend i n ",i il this train fromt 12 to 14 ti achers ali] itprofessors, who will lee ture and give demonlstlrtions on ev ery plihase of farming. In fact, this train will, without a doubt, hie iby far the e-st eililpte.d i Better ]"aln'ltlng" train that haIs is or pisni operated in the state of Montan.tan ".\Attached hlreto is a copy if the schedule on which this train u will bt. operated, ltaving ozemlan, Monday, March 17. :ini complitting its journtey at -laker, Mont., Saturday, March ..9. Its Itinerary. Mlarch 17--- ozet n. , depart ]1 :4-5 a. li.; SI lestille, arrive 1:11l0 p. Il.; itd p rt 3:(Ii p. tll.; ('iamp) (t'ri k, arrive 3 : 5 p. io., dept rt 5:3o 1, rn.; Felgradle, arrive 5P-:t p. I., de part 1:1 p. Ilit.; Thlree Folrks, arrive a2rch IS-Three ,'orks, d,"prt 9:45 I i,; \x'illoxw .i tle , uriv' Ii:0I Ill. d, patc 11. '4o it. 111 ; I'itll intl t, 12 I p. tn.; Ronald, 1:. 1 p. n1 .; ;Intlte, a i1\s , ,:4,U p. 1 . Alarch 19- Ht'ht4e, depart S:"O a. In.; t I) r ,,idge, :3IS; (tarrisoln, arrive i t lii:0ot f. Ilt , depart 12:2i pi . Ii .; 1)ruiI I -i ll1d, 'i( ,:I p. I11., depart 3:21) I .A:Lr1'hI i ' -Mlj 551llla, , lulrI ' 1:3;:1 L. IN., 1'n ll l V l III 1i . 11 0: (1 . II. I , d1 ;,r: t :111 1 :M i.; M issnu bt, 12:30 l . I X I I (l , I) l lg. , l t l lr l : 100 it. I ll, .. i; , t ietit , i :l.' 15 nald, : ii.5; 1'I. 1 ;unt, arrive I0 nu it. in., td'e part 1. i l 1,. nl .1; J ,I'' ler o ll JI 'l;ll X( i, I 'rii' 2u0i, d"pIrlt 5:1l i p. in.; Thre 't urks, lrriv' . I 1t; 1] . 111. March 2---i-Three Iirks, d.p1ii rt ' 1a . ; lI ingling, :11 It. 1i.; W . i S. 'Sp ii i,, ;t' il e ' i 'l 0 a. 11l, t'ti1tirt il, 1.; Il i l l ( hling, 12:i45 p" nt . I l; 1r tii Iti,",.. riIt e X'i i1t f1t , 1 IV t1" ;. % 11 1I.; h T w. iltn , .\ rile 4:01 ip. ;-l., ,l .lrs. l;0 Itr. it; laro ; tl illtoi , ar I ' i 00) p. nI. Si art Ih; 21 I, 1aro .liS nilln, (lla rt 1;40 tI ti I ;i l a in , I .ri l l it .I a i It , i .. 1, ::11 l.0 0 l .; lb u t" it 1 :I rill i L . eis rWiIt, il irt I l;i: .; .q i'.B! ; ll. ,;o f~,l 'fl iltow, ]i;1 IX. I..iv unl1t. arri:e 1.0)), ti i s iart lit liyagati , arrile 3:1)0, d - i l 't I i l lio .; .i e r li ci l , rae i 'te i;:0t 1ii ' Hum lu , d art i1.1)t 1 10:00, (t Irt :t t i tic' " IA di wiT I lli ai tril, l.elt il. "1 X, t u"t '.r l d u0 " l. it. mo olst net, t l r. I h o evel to r. III lit t 12.11 d. 1 ', A1 rs i l , arr0 t e, 1:1 d XX'., l parh i .:n it . is.o Alli c ihuc A\lar<h 11 ,', i.t'l , dh , l art 12:1' - d I 1'(ray , r.hn e .y 1 o .n . I., .I iart 1 h 6 l t\ ir. : ti' t 1;'l . 111. bla cl 2;I Slilt , ti ii, Ideput, . .30 ;(. I, li i , .Hrll 1 IV0, de,3 t111 ], 12 011 , , iiD l r, Il filt' I . li) i. I/I. (SERVICE IS HELD 'I',, flint r:sl ,"f Elhol Lusk, the six b. r-,dl danl.ghter of" Mr. and Mirs. J. it. .Lask. w ot,) died Thursday at ht. , ,'l's hos,. ital, was held yesterday II.rd fI ritfis conducted the servic, it thl. il . t'll and at the gra.l. s..il lii .Ml.oula cemetery. hIlany friends tin lit |'roml OI'Brien creek to be 1 n-lit at the sad service, and a beau titul trirute of flowers covered the lit WEDDING DATE SET. (Ov-tter 1,ay, N. Y., March 7.-The hote of the wedding of Miss Ethel I'ar,,w Ito,.setvelt, daughter of Colonel and Mrs. Theodore itoosevelt, to Dr. Richard l)erby of this city, has been fixed as Friday, April 10. The wed ding will be in the Episcopal chui'ch Lt r1" and a reception will follow at the iHoust.svlt residence on Sagamore Hill. The bridal couple will sail the next day for a huneymoon trip to Europe. IMPROVED IRRIGATED Farm Loans 8% L THREE, FIVE, TEN YEARS With Privileges GEO. F. BROOKS Real Estate and Loans First National Bank Building CHARLES HOYT DIES AT THE COAST FORMER INDIAN COMMISSIONER AND NEPHEW OF GROVER CLEVELAND IS DEAD. Friends in Missoula have received news of the death on March 5 in Ta coma of Charles (1. Hoyt, h-is funeral being held in Tacoma yesterday by the Masons of that city. Mr. Hoyt is well known in Missoula and on the reservation, where he spent consider able time at intervals during the years 1900 and 1905 in the capacity of mnmbet(r of the Flathead and ('row In dian comlnmission. tHe succeeded in ne g',ti:ating a treaty with the Crows, but never was able to conclude a treaty with the Flathead Indians. Mr. Hoyt's neither hlat tlhe honor of being mis trl.ss of the whlli( ItI iose during the Searly part of the adllinistration of her Ibrl hl, (;rrover ('clveland, before his IaiIrrksge with FrancP'es FolsoI. Mr. Illyt is survived1 by his wife, by his datlghter, Mrs. IAuls Detlers of Ar lee, and by his two sons, Horace and Will. Iis friend, W. H. Smead of this city, who was closely associated with him in the conduct of Indian af fairs in Montana, speaks of Mr. Hoyt in terins of thle hIigihest esteem and admiration, and expresses keen regret for his death. ONLY "CASCARETS" IF CONSTIPATED GENTLY CLEAN YOUR LIVER AND CONSTIPATED BOWELS WHILE YOU SLEEP. Take, a Cascar.t tonight and thor outghly cleanse your liver, stomach and bowels, and you will surely feel great by nlorning. You men andlI womllen \\ho o hve Iteadlche, coated tongue, cain't sleep, :eLre 1ilious, ner wvous andll upstI, blloth-,retd with a sick, gassy, d isord redr, stomatci, or have batckacliho atltl f,-l all worn out. Are you) kt.-pinig your bowels (clean with I'astIrets---- r li Irel- ly forcing a ):assagtw:y iee\'ry fet.w' days. with salts, cathartie pills otr castor oil? - This i, imllpt 'rtal t. Casar('eat sl'.t illll diatly c('lllea se and regulati thile stollllmach, remolllve the staur, ttntligtstedl atndl fermenting fttod and fiuil gas.s; take the ex'cess hilt front the live al nd ('carry off thke cto)t stilatedtl twast Itlmtttr and pulsonI from the ilttstitis andil bowels. Ite'mttt r, a (asearet tonighlt will straighten you out by morning. A 23-centt box from yourtI 't druggist meanlls hI althly blowel a'tion; a clear headl anld chr'lulnss foir mntlhs. Doni't for'get the childen.-"Adv. VISIT ALL IUO SHORT TIEDT PAYS MISSOULA W. V . Ti.dt, f.,oerly oin of the big orchard 1nn of the tupper Hitter Hoot vall'v, and still holding considerable intl-rests Ithr,, andl a mTmieIr of the statte horticultullral IIoard, arrived in Miissoutla y-sterdla froml Ielen(a, w e\\' 're1 tate hlis blee attending a meelln t ing of Ih,, stiat, board. 1e continued II, Ith \t i. lly.- 1in t le aft-'rni )on Itralin, w\\here he i \\ill s..nd sevtral wvclts in, for[ r1t 1 u ing to tiat 1 Diego. Ctul., tl. he , tilad his f:tttiliy have bi.n sI llndiin thie winter. Mr. Tiedt seenmled lenthutsiastic when- ho told how glad Ite was to get back toI, Montana.. .3e did bnot see Imuch ill (California that '.n '11in t 'u d f avorably wit] h Mo ntanLa, ,'itlher in 'liimate or ollplportunity for invt ,usttIlt t. Although Egyplt's irrigation works htave cost about $53,000,000, they have increased the land value from $1,000, 000,000 to $2,000,000,000 in less than t\vo decatds. SATURDAY CAKE SALE Lemon Sip'ngte Layers, 30c size, 25'lS Angel Fl.od, 25c size for ...............20O ROYAL BAKERY 531 South Higgins Ave. Bell Phone 415 Ind. 1687 Trade Your Vacant Lots For a nice four-room modern house on street car line. We have for trade an almost new, modern four-room house on street car line that we will trade for va cant lots if well located. Call for particulars. W. H. SMEAD COMPANY Phone 212 Red Missoula, Mont. LOCAL BREVITIES Magazines-P. O. News stand.-Adv. J. M. Howard of Butte spent the day on business in Missoula. Achor, piano tuner. Ind. 2355.-Adv. C. P. Jenkins of Stevensville spent the day on business in Missoula. Dr. Ward, veterinarian. Both phones. -Adv. C. C. Vincent of Bonita spent the day transacting business in the city. Marsh, the undertaker, phone 321. Adv. E. M. Welliver of Hamibton had business in Missoula Thursday and yesterday. Reeves' Meat Market. Bell 914 Blk. -Adv. Andrew Carlson is seriously ill with pneumonia at his home, 1701 South Fourth street west. Dr. Willard, osteopath, let Natl. bank.-Adv. J. A. Oace, assistant cashier of the Merchants' National bank of St. Paul, is a guest at the Palace hotel. Wanted-Good 8 per cent city loans. Wheeldon-Rossi Co.-Adv. August Hollenstelner of Lolo is in Missoula for a few days, the guest of his daughter, Mrs. J. U. Williams. Stenographer Dawson, Montana Blk. -Adv. A daughter was born yesterday morning to Mr. and Mrs. Van Dorn at their home in Miller creek valley. Fresh roasted coffee, 3 lbs. for $1. D. & E.-Adv. Ames Higgins, who is connected with the National City bank of New York city, arrived In Missoula yesterday on business. First showing of ladies' new spring suits. Martin's, East Cedar.-Adv. Thomas J. Milton, proprietor and editor of the Granite County News at Dlrummond, was a visitor in the city yesterday. Work horses and brood mares; Mis soula Feed corrall. M. Bedell, prop.-Ad Mrs. A. J. Gibson has gone to Port land, Ore., for a short visit with her mother and brother, Mrs. Lockley and Fred Lockley. Humane society. Call up 899, red or black.-P. O. box 60. R. F. D. 1. Adv. J. M. Keith returned yesterday from Helena, 'where he has been for some days in attendance upon the ses sions of the legislature. Newton H. Schweiker, optical spe cialist. Rooms 203-205 Montana Blk. Adv. Miss Carrie McAllister, whose home is on Cooper street, underwent an operation Thursday evening ast St. Patrick's hospital. F. G. Moore, chiropractor, Ham. blk. Any disease; exam. free. Bell 1084. Adv. F. J. Stapleton, traveling freight agent for the Pacific (oast Steamship company, came ,in yesterday from Spo kane to interview local merchants. Handy scratch pads and waiter checks for sale at The Missoulian of fice.-Adv,. Mr. and Mrs. DM. D. Elderkin leave this morning for their home in Brady, Mont. They have been visiting Mr. Elderkin's parents at Orchard Homes. Dr. Louise Smith, osteopath, Ma sonic temple. Phone 618; res. 533 red. -Adv. Miss Gennie Duffle, who has been a guest for the last week In the home of Attorney and Mrs. V. S. Kutchin, left last evening for Lewlston, Idaho. Dr. Anna James, osteopath, Higgins block. Phone 834 black.-Adv. S. P. Wilson, assistant state attorney cgno(ral, left yesterday, morning for 1)ter Lodge. Mr. Wilson has been in Missoula for two weeks on legal busi I. M. Cobban Realty company has moved to rooms 69-70 Higgins block. -Adv. Mrs. TV. E. Dinsmore and daughter, Miss Lulu Dinsmore, have returned from . a three weeks' visit in Vaneou ver, 13. C., and other Pacific coast cities. S. W. Hudson, chiropractor, B. & A. Bldg. Any disease. Examinations free. -Adv. J. ('. Wood of Big Fork, a member of the Montana state board of horticul ture, spent yesterday in the city on his way 'home from Helena, where he attl'nded a meeting of *the board. Mrs. Hannah Payne and her daugh ter, Miss Clara Payne, of Texarkana, are here visiting with their daughter andl sister, Mrs. Russell Gwynn. They may decide to live in Missoula during the summer. Money to loan on ranch and city property. H. D. Fisher, 113 E. Miain street.-Adv. R. S. Iemon, a sales manager for the Bitter Root Valley Irrigation com pany, with headquarters in Chicago, is hero for the purplose of supervising spring work' on his ranch up the Bit ter Root valley. tHenry A. Strauss of Ronan applied yesterday for homestead entry on 40 acres in 'the northwest quarter of the southeast quarter of section 18, town ship 20 north, range 20 west. The ap plication was suspended. O. H. P. Shelly of Helena, state manager for the Modern Brotherhood of America, spent the day in Missoula conferring with officers of the lodge. In the evening Mr. Shelly addressed the lodge assembled in regular ses sion. 'Mr. and Mrs. George Hammond re turned yesterday to . their home at Ovando. Mrs. Leomard Hammond and little son remained ,to visit until after 'Easter with Miss Harriet Hammond at her apartments, 543 South Fourth street west. Otto Bauer of Itonan applied yester day for homestead entry on 120 acres included in unit "E," the east half of the southeast quarter and the south west quarter of the southeast quarter of section 18, 'township 20 north, range 20 west. The application was sus pended. Miss Beatrice Halford, who has been very ilh at St. Patrick's 'hospital with appendicitis, is reported to be much better. Her mother came on from the Pasctfic coast on account of her daughter's illness. Mrs. Oharles McRae of Woodslde spent the day shopping in Mseoulat. LOCAL SOCIETY Sections Join. Mrs. Grim's section and Mrs. Am brose's section of the Lend-a-Hand society held a joint session yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Grim on Rollins street. The ladies decided to unite the two sections for spring and summer work. An election of of ficers made Mrs. J. G. Ambrose chair man, Mrs. F. A. Mills treasurer, and Mrs. John Leach secretary, of the joint organization. Monthly meetings will be held combining a social ses i sion and a work session. Woman's Club. A regular meeting of the Missoula Woman's club will be held this after-, noon in the Masonic hall. The Art department will be in charge with Mrs. V. B. Skinner in the chair. Be cause there are several business mat ters of importance to be considered, the regular program will be set aside with the exception of two musical numbers. These are a vocal solo by S. H. Campbell and an instrumental solo by Hans Fischer, accompanied by Miss Margaret Fischer. At 2 o'clock the executive board will hold a brief session and after the general meeting there will be a session of the board of directors. The membership commit tee will meet during the intermission. CAMAS NEWS Camas, March 7.--(Special.)-Wray Krohn spent Tuesday night in town 'with friends. 'Mrs. Syl Monahan is visiting her father, T. G. De Mers. Mr. and ,Mrs. Dick Atkins were tran sacting business in town on Tuesday. Ralph Bartlett is the proud owner of a fine flowing well of hot water 238 feet deep on his place about five miles east of Camas on the Little Bit ter Root. 'Many people from miles around gather daily to watch it. Mike IMatt spent Wednesday night at the springs en route to Hamilton to gather up a few sheep hearders. 'Mrs. Ray Billings returned from Somers on Wednesday where she has been spending the winter. IMrs. Josephine Clawson gave a re ception on Wednesday afternoon. REV. FATHER DELON, Missoula, Mont. Dear Sir: This story cuts two ways, and teaches two sets of people. Father Galvin, Westerly, R. I., had his church and residence painted. Good job; and this is how he went at it: Measured all carefully-seems to have known Devoe. Then got bids from the painters, paint to be supplied by them and by him. Saved $70 by using Devoe. One of those pointers ought to have got that money. Yours truly, 1. WV. 1)EV(El & CO. New York and Chicago. P. S.-Simons Paint & Paper House sells our paints.-Adv. NEW MANDOLIN ORCHESTRA. - Seven menmbers reported Thursday evening at a meeting of mandolin players called for the purpose of or ganizing a club. George Cobban will be the director and others in the or chestra will be Miss IHarkness, mnan dolin; Willia in P-ritchiard, mando cello; E. Stone, mandolin; G. L. ('toh ban, harp guitar; )V. t). Cain, man dola; and Brice Toole, mandoliln. For Hair Health If Rexall "93" Hair Tonic does not improve the health of your scalp and hair, we will pay for what you use during the trial. We could not so strongly endorse Rexall "93" Hair Tonic and continue to sell it to the same people if it did not do all we claim. Should it not prove entirely satisfactory our cus tomers would lose faith in us, we would lose their patronage, and our business would suffer. If your hair is falling out or you suffer any scalp trouble, we believe Recall "93" Hair Tonic will do more to eradicate the dandruff, give health to the scalp, stimulate new hait growth and prevent premature bald eess than any other human agency. We want you to make us prove this. We ask you to risk no money whatever. Buy a bottle of Rexall "93" Hair Tome, use it according to directions for thirty days' then if you are not entirely satisfied, come and tell us and we will promptly hand back the money you paid us for it. We won't ask you to sign any thing, nor even to bring the bottle back. We won't obligate you in any way. We will take your mere word. Could anything be more fair? Could we do anything more to prove our belief in Rexall "93" Hair Tonioc and our honesty of purpose in recom mending it to you! Rexall "93" Hair Tonic is as pleas ant to use as spring water and has but a faint, pleasing odor. It comes in two sises of bottles, S0c and $1.00. You can buy Rezall "93" Hair Tonig b this community only at our store; MISSOULA DRUG CO. Missoula The 3 ,fre Montana ereIs L Rsexall Store In nearty esr ao ad city in the United States, Canad ad Great Britain. There is a different Rerall Remedy for nearly every ordinary human ill sash especially designed for the particular ill for which it is recommended. The Rsall Stores are Ameais'es Geestas Drug Ste.e SPECIALISTS IN Picture Framing 400 Different Mouldings Latest Patterns Lowest Prices Simons Paint and Paper House How is your FIRE INSURANCE? McINTOSH 6 FISHER 115 Higgins Avenue. Our Special Sale on Men's Cravenettes This is the time of the year that you need a coat to protect you Turn d /wn / from rain and snow and squalls; ihCO Ro and if you also want the same coat urn up Ithe COLLARfar to do for dress and warmth, here COLOR and we have a combination--"THE CRAVENETTE." The most prac tical coat made for this climate at this time of the year. We have them in black and gray worsteds; tan, brown and gray English tweeds, and tan, suede cloth. We offer them at these special low prices for the next few days: Regular $15.00 Cravenettes for............. ....................$10.00 Regular $18.00 Cravenettes for.................................... ........$12.50 Regular $20.00 Cravenettes for..................................... ..........$13.50 Regular $25.00 Cravenettes for .................. .....................$20.00 Regular $30.00 Cravenettes for ................. ...................$22.50 We also have a big line of Gabardines and English SlLp-Ons from $3.50 to ..........................................................................................................................$ 3 0 .0 0 $( %CO EN P1511 R C. THE GOLDEN RULE STORE Missoula's Popular Trading enter There's Money IN THE ESSEX-MODEL Chicken Business /INU/A TORR ofQ r IF YOU USE ESSEX-MODEL Incubators and Brooders While hot air is the essential element in the operation of these ma chines, there is none of it used in effecting their sale. Much space could be taken in describing their merits in detail, IIbut the thing the prospective buyer wants to know is, Will they do the wourk?" And here's the answer: WE GUARANTEE Essex-Model Incubators to hold more even temperature throughout the Egg Chamber than any other make. Essex-Model Incubators to be automatic in heating. Essex-Model Incubators to be automatic in ventilation. That a beginner can operate the Essex-Model Incubators. Essex-Model Incubators to require no added moisture or water. -AN D WE GUARANTEE the Essex-Model to hatch more strong, healthy chicks in three tests than any other Incubator made when run under similar conditions. Essex-Model Incubators are in successful use on government and state experiment stations, oi larger commercial poultry plants, and by leading fanciers and exhibitors all over the world. Sizes and Prices---Standard Models Capacity, 100 H en Eggs ..............................................................................$20.00 Capacity, 175 lien Eggs ................................................................... $26.OO Capacity, 275 Ilien Eggs ..........................................................................$35.00 MODEL B MODEL C Capacity, 120 lien Eggs .. $15.00 Capacity, 200 lien Eggs, $21.00 New Homestead Model Capacity, 70 lIen Eggs ..................$9.50 Essex-Model Brooders-Indoor Capacity, 80 Chicks............ $12.00 Capacity. 110 Chicks........$18.00 Colony Brooders Model A, 100 Chicks ............ $14.50 Model B, 100 Chicks...........$17.00 Model C, 150 Chicks ............. ...$20.OO New Homestead Brooders - Portable Hovers Capacity, 100 Chicks........$6.75 Latest Improved..................,7.5 Poultry Accessories Granulated Bone, Beef Meal, Beef Scraps, Alfalfa Meal, Oyster Shell, Mica Grits, Midland Poultry Foods, International Poultry Foods and Remedies, Drinking Fountains, Food Hoppers and All Chicken Accessories. GROCERY DEPARTMENT. MISSOULA MONT. BUY The Cheapest FUEL on the Market DRY Stove-Length MILL WOOD $4.50 per load. Goes farther for the money than coal. Planer Shavings for Horse Bed ding, $2.50 per load. POLLEYS LUMBER CO City Saw Mill Both Phones No. 414. Special Sale of Sheet Music THIS WEEK Ten Cents Per Copy; two for 15 Cents. ORVIS MUSIC HOUSE Horses Bought and Sold We can fill your wants from one horse to a carload. Dwyer Brothers Livery, Feed, Sale and Breaking Stables Cor. Clay and Second Streets Both Phonea 655 Orton Bros. 118 EAST CEDAR STREET State Agents Steinway & Sons Chickering & Sons Vose & Sons, Kimball and several other high-grade pianos C4eaouu - MQWS Hoyt-Dickinson Piano Co. Kurtzmann, Knabe, Baby Grand pianos, musical instruments and sheet music. Next to Golden Rule Store.