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A CH HE WANT ADS THIS MISSOULIAN PAGE IS
__ ....A GREAT CLEARING HOUSE
Daily Puzzle
-
THE SPRING POET.
The first tree that jnits forth in Spring,
it is the )potre.e;
It blossoms to beat anything,
'Tis \wondrous flowerce.
But it so often meets a frost,
With more in close pursuit,
The hloomin' thing will yield, at most,
But mighty little fruit.
F'indt anrotterl poet. Answ\ur to Saturdauy's lpuzzle: Upside down, tie
twvelten two\.
Classified Advertising
Rates
Per wairdl, each time . I entl
Per linll, per 11 o th 751 cents
All ads must he lonr.cdi for a
stated lenigth of tin .
Orders for ads to ie taken nilt
IlIust he iln th ol ffiic, iiefire S p. ni.
Minimum Charge, 15 Cents.
HELP WANTED-MALE.
CA<IRP'1'NTt;ERS - TtIll; Y IIL,\V'W
stlllo P;irlk Il Il ct lilllailly lHas from
thriee to six Imonthls' wvlark for com
]petn t carpenlters, o11 newl 10te.I
einstrnictn; wollrk to hiigin at ione;
waiges $3 a day anld bard, for nine,
hours. Applliicalnts write to IlHunt
Icy Child, Yellowstonlie -ark, \Vyo,.
HELP WANTED-FEMALE
\VAN'I'ED--t;IRL F,' l) (l ENINIERAL
lhoulscwi)rk. 802 S. 16th \V.
tices. Applly al t 'The L, ,iulcr.'
1VANTED -- SED'l'(1NlD Ill{,. ,'I F1
kitchen vnwk. 242 South Third.
CO()MIETENT (111:1, I, ilt EINERAI,
houslewvork ; gooid wages. Apply
'218 South Sixth cast.
HELP WANTED.
WVAITRI'SSI;S, (;I1RL8 Ii l) Il, t 'S1E
wv'lrk, younllg girl fir tlirti ling house,
eit.. and all kihds of male help
wanted at "Thlle Emipllyment ]:Lt
reau," 220 Higgins ;\.avenue.
WANT ED - RAIlWAY MAIL
clerks for parcel post; $90 month;
Missoula examiiinatiins May 3;
coaching free. Franklin Institute,
Dept. 209 B., Rochester, N. Y.
600 MEN, 20 TO 40 YEARIIS ODT,),
wanted at once for letlric railway
mnotormnen and coindlctors: $60 toi
$1110t Iia mnth; no exlperiience leiers
sary; fine oplportiitly; I o strike;
writes immediately for applllicatiion
blank. Address HI. O. 1., calre
Missoulian.
MEN AND WOMEN TO IEARN
barber trade in eight weeks; special
inducements now; percentage paid
while learning; tools free; secured
over 10,000 positions 1911; gradluales
earn $15 to $25 weekly; caltalogue
free. Moler System of ('olleges, 226
Main avenue, Spokane. Wash.
SITUATIONS WANTED-MALE.
YI()ING MAN,, 2, ('APABLE,,
steady, good reference, wishes ipo
-sition on stck ranch; prefers place
where, there Ililght hie hallnce lwork
on commnission of increase. Write
R. C. Folsolm, Twvin Lakes, Idaho.
SITUATIONS WANTED - FEMALE.
Wi OMAN WAN'l'S DAY WORK.
I'hone 632 red.
POSITION W'ANTIEI)--AS HOt'SE
keeper, by mliddle-agdil widlowe; best
oif referencles; small fiamiliy pre
ferred. Address Box 15, city.
SITUATIONS WANTED.
MAN AND WI"F WANT \'(IRK ON
ranch. Box 104, lixon, Mont.
OMAN AND WI'E I1VNT \V'IOK ON()
ranch; man good milker; wife. gaiod
cook. A. I. C., ,Missoulian.
POSITI IN AS ILAIOI 111 AND ('001K
hby man and wife, in a camp; miiining
camp preferred; caln furnish refer
ences. Address I'. O. box 245 Ste
vensville. Mont.
NURSE.
LI'LI CASE, 920 ItOSE AVENUE;
phone. 1224 Ind.
MONEY
At 8%
To loan on improved city and farm
property with extremely liberal
privileges of repaythent. Prompt
action.
Price & -Matthew
Old Western Montana National
Bank Building, Missoula, Montana
FURNISHED HOUSES FOR RENT
MODERN COTTAGE. 4014 PATTEE.
(cL(SRE IN; I)ESIIRABLE. Y. Z.,
Missoulian.
S'O T1t 720031- , MOiDERN; GAS. 326
South Fifth east.
NICELY Fl'I(NISHEID FOUR-ROOM
flat. 327 East Front.
I"U)I;H-1U)()M IIOTSE1 , IMPROVE
m(ents. 225 Woodford.
MOD;RN, FIVE IROOMS, FUlR
nished. 525 Alde r; Ind. 1392.
FIVE-IOOM( FUIRNISH El) MODERN
oise. W. IV . BBrooks, 310 Higgins
FOUR-ROOM HOUSE; COMPLE.TE
ly furnished. Inquire 542 South
Fourth west.
FIVE-ROOM FURNISHED OR UN
furnished cottage. 627 S. 5th W.
Phone 440 black.
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS FOR RENT
322 \VEST CEDAR.
334 EAST CEDAR.
301 NORTII SECOND.
302 MADISON: GROUND FLOOR.
411 WEST PINE. DOWNSTAIRS.
TWVO ROOMS, $10. 736 S. FOURTH.
TWo MIODERN ROOMS. 411 ALDER.
MODERN, WITH GAS. 211 WEST
Spruce.
TWO OR THREE FURNISHED
roo0ns; bath. 610 North Third.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN ON CHATTEL
security. Room 210, Montana Blk.
AT EIII1T PI5I ('ENT ON CITY
property, 3 to 7 years' time. Can be
repaid in easy monthly payments.
Oscar (Crutchfield, 204 Iliggins ave.
MONEY TO LOA N-$500,000 FOR
farm and business property in Mis
soula, Itvalli, Flathead, Sanders.
Lincoln, (;ranite and Powell couin
ti es, a'ailable for loans on and after
June 1. If in need of a loan send
for applicaltion and tell us what you
want. Rates of interest (will be reas
honable. I. M. Cobbhn Realty C('o.,
69 Ind 70 Higgins block, Missoula,
.lint.
WANTED-MISCELLANEOUS,
EAT-TIP TOP LUNCH.
YOUR HORSE NEEDS FEED. SEE
Dwyer Bros.; phone 655.
WANTED ---TO BUY ALVES ONLY
few days old. Phone 8571 red.
VA N T E -- A SITTING HEN.
Phone '.ecuil Thurston, 335 black.
WAV.\NTED--( 'LEA N, WHITE ('O'T
ton rags at The Missulian office.
GOOD)( SECOND-IIANDI STEAM EN
gine and Ioiler; portable: 14 to 20
1i. P.. O. M. Elton, 136 Higgins
aVelltle.
WOOD SAWING.
FOR PROMPT WOOD SAWING
phone Missoula Wood Yard: phone
458. or leave orders at Reilly's gro
cery.
FOR STRATTON'S WOODSAW
leave orders at Bonner's grocery.
Bell 114.
PERSONAL.
ANYONE KNOWING TIlE WHERE
alouts of John VVoydziak will confer
a. favor and re.ceive a reward, by
communicating the information im
Imediately to Mrs. Stephen WVoyd
ziak, Houghton, Michigan.
FOR RENT-LODGE ROOM.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS HALL, FOR
lodges, dances, receptions and enter
tainments; kitchen and banquet
room in connection. See. W. H.
Reid, F. M. McHlaffie or F. C. Stod
dard, trustees.
PASTURE LAND.
HAVE WINTER AND SUMMER
range for 100 head of yearling
range steers, on shares; state terms.
Answer I. Q. 1., MjOissutlian,
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES.
FOR SALE--CIGAR STORE AND
fixtures, complete; location, Higgins
avenue; small capital required. In
qu're Worden's grocery.
BOND ISSUES, $100,000 UPWARDS,
negotiated; railway, gas, water,
mining and general corporations or
ganized. L. N. Rosenbaum & Co.,
261-264 Haight building, Seattle,
Washington.
FOR SALE-CITY REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE-MODERN HOUSE; IM
provements being made now; fine
residence section. 429 South First
vwest.
SMALL HOUSE ON NORTH SIDE.
cement cellar and foundation; fruit
and shade trees; easy terms. 636
Defoe or 115 Higgins.
$4,500 BUYS THE BEST THOR
oughly modern seven-room house;
close in; car line. 519 South Third
street. Phone 276 black.
NEW, 7-ROOM HOU'SE, STRICTLY
modern, 432 Eddy avetnue; also 9
room brick venered house, close in;
fin(, fruit ano shade trees: large
lan n, and 'flowers. bee owner, 401
S ,ut1l F:F rst i est; phone 467 black.
FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS.
EAT-TIP TOP LUNCH.
BABY BUGGY. 312 NORTH THIRDI I
street.
FURINITU ItE FOR SALE. 928
'CoOper street.
FIRE INSURANCE. W. P. SMITH,
217 Stevens street.
PAINT BARGAINS TODAY AT
Kellogg Paint Co.'s sale.
SEED RYE FOR SAL.E. TYLER
WVorde.n; Bell itphone 193.
TEN HEAD OF HEAVY WORKI
horses. Baird & IIarper.
OLD PAPERS FOR SALE AT MIS
soutlian office: 20c a hundred.
SIX I)RAWER CIIiF'FONIlt. $7.00.
719 South Il'ourth street west.
EAT-TIP TOP LUNCH.
CASH REGISTEIRS, SAiES AND
typewriters. Worden's store.
17 YARDS VEI.VET ('A Il'ET; ElHI
size, 9xi2, $5. 315 East (,'ront.
DRY SLAllS, $2.50 PER LO(AD.
Missotula W'ood Yard; lphone 458.
NEW AND SECOND-HAND AUTO
mobiles. Overland Garage, E. Main.
FIVE PASSENGER TOURING CAR;
good condition; or will trade. P.
0. box 36.
SECOND-HAND SINGER SEWING
machines, $5 and up. Hoyt-Dickin
son Piano Co.
EAT-TIP TOP LUNCH.
ONE GOOD SET ].IGHT DRIVING
harness; one road wagon. Western
Hide and Junk Co.
HORSES FOR SALE \VEIG(HItN
frotm 1,200 to 1,600. Dr. Sidebottom,
Stevensville depot.
PIIVATE SALE - FU.INITUIE IN
splendid condition at a sacrifice.
519 South Third street. Phone 276
black.
MILL-WOOD, STOVE LENGTHS;
large, heavy, dry, $4.50. Phone 249
-,d: Ind. 2385 your orders; prompt
delivery.
FOR SALE - BELGIAN COACH
stallion; Endore No. 3665; weight,
1,600 lbs. Address L. A. Carver,
Florence, Monlt.
FOR SALIT--FORTY HEAD) HORSES,
weight from 1,000 to 1,600; one gray
Percherton stallion, weight 1.900.
Johnson's ranch, O'Keeffe, canyon.
SECOND - HAND SEWING MA
chines, slightly used; Singers and
other makes, half price. Singer
Sewing Machine C". 118 E. Cedar.
FURNITURE, NEW AND SECOND
hand; I pay highest prices for sec
ond-hand household goods. Hans
Jensen, 125 West Main: 819 black;
Ind. 1754.
RED) FIVE-PASSEINGER TOUIRIN(G
car; rui liss than 6,000 miles; guar
anteed first-class condititon and as
good as new; car cost as offered,
Over $1,700; will sell for $1,000 -ash.
Address "Rno," Missoullan office,
Missoula, Mont.
AUCTIONEER.
K. L. KIRKHART, AUCTIONEER,
128 West Cedar. Ires. phone 188
black; office 75 black.
MISCELLANEOUS.
HiOME tAKIN(. WOMEN'S EX
change, 334 East Cedar street.
CARPET WEAVING.
CARPET WEAVING; ALSO INGRAIN
rugs. Nasts, 1018 Cooper street;
phone 2252 Ind.
FOR SALE OR RENT.
0R'ICHARtI) III)MES 1,ill. SALE AND
for rent. Iayettte Itarrington;
phone 722 blark, or 15 Higgins block.
FLORIST.
FLOWERS, FUNERAL DESIGNS,
decorations for weddings, etc.; write
wire or phone, Bell 769; Ind. 2726; I
have no up-town story and no big
expense. It pays he to, give you the
benefit. Anderson's G(reenhouse.
STORAGE.
G E N E R A L STORAGE - EVERY
thing on earth; expert packing and
crating. J. W. Reely, 734 West
Cedar; both phones.
MUSIC STUDIO.
GEO. L. COBBAN'S MUSIC STUDIO,
violin, mandolin and guitar taught.
Lessons 50e; see my free instru
ments. 111 South Third west; Bell
phone 508 black.
To TRADE.
$400 PIANO FOR LOT ('LOSE IN.
1320 Worden avenue; clear title.
FOR SALE OR TRADE.
TWO EAST MISSOULA LOTS. 1644
9South F9rth w.st,
.WANTED
Woman to run a rooming-house
on shares.
Man and wife to run small
chicken and hay ranch on
shares.
O. 8. S. ORR
First National Bank Building
Phone 270 Bell
POULTRY
LAYNti; HIENS "(lIt S.\Il, $1.00.
820 Vine street.
RHODE ISLAND 1HI1;S AND EtI;S.
Phone 7412; C. E. Lucas, I. F. I), 3.
'FOR SAI.FL-ONE 1II-,l(:; MI.\NI)Y
Lee incubator ill pIrftcct condition.
Phone 1026 Bell.
FINE LOT OF HIENS, .\L1. STRIAINS,
all good layers; llst si ll at once.
C'lark's ranch, i:ittliesnake.i
EGGS FOR IIATH'ING .-- ROSE
Conmb Rhode Isl;and Rlds and Single
Comb White lo.ghrns. Goo. W.
McGee, 1540 Soutlh Fifth west.
PEI:IiG)ItEI)D B3AllRRIID IC)('K FEl(S
for hatching; Neulert iens aind
Tripp pens; 75e for 13, to introduce
theni. Call and inspect. 704 Rliver
street.
FOR- SALE-- S. ('. \WHIITIE I.l.
horn cockerels; fie stlck; fullly de
veloped, 'healthly loIw-talled birds.
Reasonable prices. 72" Soulth Fifth
street west. Pihone 947 black.
START IN PURI: lIl.O(.l)S CHEAP.
For $1.00 and ono chliicn you raise
we'll give a sett'ng fromn Willard's
Barred Rock flock; high grade pul
lets to sell. See ('ecil Thurston,
308 South Sixth cast; phone 335 blk.
EGGS FOR HATCHING.
SINGILE AND linti,- (i'illED
Rhode Island Iitds; filie laying
strains; 5 cents cal h. i. K. Trad
ing (Co., corlner Fifth aiiin Arthur;
Bell 218.
EGGS FROM TRIP'PS Il-liE JACK
et strain Barred Pliv (mo(1lh Ilockis;
this pelln was ailiwarded first prize Iby
three of the leldinlg judlgies at the
staite show In Hllonaii and the MI
soula. ShIIow; lily hinlts w1 Ivwice as
Imanlly prizes as all oilthr 'om1petitors
combinillied; there are. fair and giood
Harred Rocks e(veryw Ire, lillt
mine have proved to e ithi best In
the, state; this Iliatillg will priioduce
exhiiitioni pulletls; $3.30 for 15 eggs.
Henry Tripp, 1002 S, Ith Sixth west.
FOR RENT-HOUSES.
516 WEST SPRU'tI,:.
MODERN COTTA(IE. Phone 232 red,
FIVE-ROOM MOI.EIRN HOUSE. 643
South Fourth west.
EIGIIT-RO.)1 M11)lt)IIN HIOl)SE,
640 Blrooks stroet; call In rear.
SIX-ltRO)M MODEHtRN \VITItH RANGE .
434 Edith. Address V. A. \Viclks.
FIVE R-OO1 M MODERN; RANGE,
shades and linoleum. 507 North
Fourth.
FOR HIENT--FIt'l-BOO)M MuPl)IHN
house, south side. Applily tialuislha,
3M. M1. C('o., office.
MODERN 1()l'SIE; BIEST RESI
dence sectiol, on south side. 429
South First west.
iOIIVLANIi APAIII'MEN'TS -. ltEST
ill cilty; o, lower and one iup ipe'r.
W li'eldon-l ossi ('o.
ONF PAltTI Y VIFRNISH Ri TilRIttE
room flat; also three il foullr
roosls unfurlished. F. 1'. Smith,
502 East lF'ront.
SIX-iOOM Iil' NiA.LO)', I'Ill 'KEIN
yard, hion hiuse, large shod; dandy
gardeln; pilyn small fruit. Inquire
1501 ('Conpor treet.
F1IGHTI'- R R Mt II )i 'SE, ('(tRNt:R
Main alnd Madison; rTilgc atnd lllo)
l('1n); frulit, law i and slhade trees;
nice home. Blackfoot Land ('., 32
Higgins bllck.
SIX OIL T\\'ELVE IROOMS FOR
rent on W.oldy street, facing court
house. Phone 1319 Ind.; inquiro 130
West Cedar street, N. Lacasse shoe
shop, across from postoffice.
TWO NEWL'IY KAI,SoMINEI-), NIVW'
Ivl papered fiour-room moidernl fliats
with rin:'., slhades, linoleum;( water
paid, $15.100. Inquire oni premnises,
601 North Snonild west, or phoIln
Btell 1008; lld. 604.
BOARD AND ROOM
It E AS ONABLE, c:OMFr'OIrTA II,,.
and hlimetiilie. 302 Soulth Fifth west.
ROOM WITH HIOARD. 242 SOUTH
Third.
HIDES AND JUNK.
WESTERN tIDE AND JIUNK CO.
pays tho highest pric'es for hides,
furs and junk. 511-27 West Main
street; hell 1068 red; Inld. 1710.
EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES.
WESTERN CMPLOYMENT AGEINCY.
TIIE IMP. BlItRIEATT,, 220 ItGfGINS
avenite; roomll 7; 122 red; In 1. 647.
LOST AND FdUND
IAIST- ON \AN IBUIIEN S'TRE.1T
bridge, silvIr mesh bag iontrainlng
films and silver. Return to Mis
soulian.
LOST -- IA I)Y'S GI.ASSES. WITH
small chaini attache'd, Monday even
ing, at Ilijou theater. Finder re
turn to Slissoullan.
l"O[TND Ity MISSOUtLA POII'l1 'g-
Stolen til'ycle and thief liltlprelihid
I'd; pirove property and pay for ad.
Apply at Police station.
HOSPITALS.
TRINITY HOSPITAL, 317 WOODY;
modern and up-to-date. Bell
nhnna 31i hlack.
FOR RENT-RANCHES.
A 10-ACRE ORCHARD I0OM12
fruit ranch; rent reasonable to right
party. Phone tl.t 1I1.,
FOR SALE-RANCHES
80 'CRIES FOR SALE, SIX MILES -
north of Mlssonula in Sawmill gullch:
price, $1,600. See "Lime Kiln Pete."
or address N. P. (lChristensenl, lMis
soula. C
FOR SALE-ONE OF" THE BEST
stock ranches on the Flathead; easy
termsll and low prics, direct from -
owner. Address Box 184, Polson,
Montana.
FOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS.
0SS \WEST PINE.
322 W'EST ('IEDAR.
302 SOUTH FIt"lT \VEST.
127 SOUTH II'TH ' WEST.
405 SOUTH THIRID WVEST.
402 WOO)DY. ED)\\'WARDI)'S BAKERY.
110031t)S, ,FURNACE HEAT. 429
East I'lne.
ROttOMS IlEASON.A\lI.E. 211 WEST
Spruce.
LARIIE R(OOM; FURINACE; BATII.
333 East Front.
"VEI.L tFURNISIHED WAR.M ROO(I;
fine location. 433 South Third west.
NEAR c'OURT'tlOUtSE; MODE)lbRN
clean rooms. "Lelnox," 300 West -
t'edar.
CLEA' N, M('(I, O I ltTAlIl.], 1R)1191S
hy day, w\\eek or nonllth. 117 West
Mlain.
T111i1tM 1 ()10 ; FINE 1RIS1
lenct section; near universlty. 127
Souith Fifth west.
IIOTELI, EAL MONT, STEAM IIAT i'.
hot water; clallan, airy roomts, $8.00
per monlth and up.
"THE ItIERRICtiK," \VIEST CEDIt II S'l. I
Co('mforta le l rittlts: 5', 72' and $1.
]..ttes by tilt'. week or month.
NEAR (' I'll',ItOI-)t,'S.i-'I'HI .'NI :IO"
50c and I at day. Itats lvby the
week or monthl. 127 \\eslt edr.
I(OOMS 1BY DAY OtR WI'I1,K; S'I'EAM11
'hat; modernli; lhot and cold twater In
all rooimsi; lialit. Schlosslberg block,
corner ltiggihs avoentie and P'line
street.
Notice to Creditors.
State ofl Montilana, 'Countliy of Mis
sollla.-- ls.
Elstate otf Prank ,. lichtli, deteascd;
Notice is herlhy given by ihl( iltleti
signetd executrix oif the will iof l"'irank
J. IAchti, deceased, to the creditors of,
:tint all personsi hav'itlr tclaimt s against,
thie sa.d dieceaset, to exhibit llthem,
with tile ilitssHry vouchers, withill
four months afler tihe first plltlica
lion of this notice, to the saIltd exetl
trix at the offloe of The.od re Lentz in
l lltissolla. the sat te being llt O p tlitc'
for the transacthion of the tutsiness of
said estate in the comity of Missittla.
EMMA IlCIITI,
Executrix of the will of Franklt J.
Lichti, Doceased.
;ated Ftoilruary 14, 1913.
2-17-24--3-3-10.
Notice of Closing of Registration.
Notite is heretby given thiat (tit reg
istraltion books ftor the registration of
qualifihd electors residing 'within the
limits of thte city of MlIststula, .Aloi
tana; , II(I city of Ronan, Mllllontanail , for
thel citly tetlietitns to be Ihhl iln the
several lprecinl tsf In said cities, on
Moniday, April 7, 1913, will ie chloned
Thurlsday, Ma;rch 27, 1113, at 5 o'clhock
p. Itn. Electolrs for sucth htll tons
lily r'egister by apparit'niig tbefore tol
county .ilerk itt his office' in the coui' rt
lhouse i tilhe city anlld nttlll y lof Mis
soulal, in the lianlner provbled by haw.
W. J. ITAIIINT'I'OiN,
Couity ('hlrk in and for Missoula
('aounty, State of Montama.
2-26 to 3-27
Notice of Close of Registration.
N'otlie Is hei'rebty givetn thlat the reg
istraltion Illoks for the registraltion of
qiuLlified electors residing within tlhe
ctlly of Mlissiila, tMonttiiti, for the (Ati.
lprimiary election lt e heitld In sald
city on tltMonday, Marcht 24, 1913, will
be closed Thursdayv, March 13, 11113.
at 5 o'clock t. Iit. Electrlls for such
election tmay register by apitl'ai'ing the
fore thue coulntly clerk atll his ol'ffo li
the eotrthiouse In the iity and co'u.ty
of Missoula, In thoe tmanner pr'ovtided
by law.
\V. J. BAIIIN(ITON,
c'ountllly Clerk In anld for Mlssoula
'County, State of Montana.
2-1 --3-13
Notice of Closing of Registration.
Notlion is Ihereby given thait thie r.g
stalllion books for the rl' istra loit oft'
qualified electors residinK In the
coulnty of M.11sotl, MlLontana, for tih. e '
lthe several schoolt distrilts lit saidl
o(tllyiv ot Satiurday, April 5, 19t13, will
eo e,'lsed Tuesday, March 25, 1913, ant
5 o'tclock it . ini. ihllc'tors for sulh
c'lel lli rnay rcgLster by, aplp~arliing Ihe!
ftirt thle c:uitutt cltrlk lit hills tfi'fl'e in
itlit t'utirtholittse It llt(ilt' c t l t t tlu ituty
itf Mlissoulta, rtr b1' ti itittring lbuifoi'e
anie Jitttl.tn o1f tlithte oI r ntlaty
Ituhitle ill the ilnniatr provlhlh hy law.
XV. J. iAIIAINGT''u N,
I 'tintt Ilerk il aniud fr Mlisstulat
(Slclnt y, stalte l o( M ntliaiiiia.
2-24 to 3-25
Warrant Call.
tituS' i tllsttliitg W 'tl'l'alilt of thlt' tIy itt
,Misstlll:l is flli 1ws:
1S1 t(r5 l 1 291, ;lei d inve inig wannh
t. Wl t It'wll St lilt i tni t'vi ' 'tl
i tflte St ar'ir h 1l. 1t12.
(;121 . I'. P'itTI,]H,
3 9-i-lil1.
Notice.
d( ir, lit infitrnl thut piublu that I will
not IheĀ· reponlslliblo for any dtlbts conl
tra tled It\' ll'y wift'. Mrsni. I'. \V. M 'y er,
a ll chai;trgtl i to iti(.
(Signed). 1. \. M tYER.
3-1-13.
BULLITT RESIGNS.
WXVashinglntl, March 9.--'Preldent
Wilson lhas alt'cc 1.ted Ihi resignatlion
ttf Willlain MarshaIl Itillitt as solidl
tor general Ito talke offect Malrch 11.
Abramt I. Elkulls of New tYork, (1'ounsult
for the dentoirattic niatlional ctiomiIt
t'o, is ttromlin'ntl' tIllntitltici l as Mr.
1ullitt's tirobablh e siictessotr.
iFills you with vim, vigor and vital
ity'. Ilollister 's I. Tea r'gulites
you perfectly; ltest spring remnedy.
(Jgorge Freshiimert.-4A5v,
SOCIETY DIRECTORY
WOODM I. (F F rHE WORLD
CAMP NO. 73-Meets the second and
fourth Friday nights of each month
Odd Fellows' hall annex.
('. FI. IIFIRMAN. C. C.
J. E. AIB3B1Y, Clerk.
521 Harris street.
KNIT(GTS OF COLITMITlS. MIS
SO.n LA ('tiUNCII, NO. 1021-Meets It
Odd I'ellhws' hall, first and third
Thursaday evenings of each month.
JOHN Ht. TOL)IAN, Grand Knigh'
D. WV. F'ITZPATII'tK, Fin. Sec.
MISSOUIA LODGE. NO
13, A. F. & A. M.--eagUli
meetings first and thitr
Tuesdays In Masonic temple. Sojourn
ing brethren cordially Invited.
RtOl'tltT N. ItEAILL, W. M
F. F. SQUIRES, Secretary.
WVESTERN SUN CHAP'T1i:R, NO. 11
R. A. 1,.-- Met'ts first and third Fri.
days of eatch monlth in Maso,nic temple
it. L ., J(HiNSa)N. it. P.
S. 11. M't l. , Secretary.
II.ARMO(NY IO1DGE NO
49, A. F. & A. M.--Meets It
K. of 1'. halt, IQ. Front street
Regutlar cotlnoll iil cat ltots, Ist
and 3rd Mondays Visitlin
trlllihers are espe('ally invite.
GEO. 1'. PORTERt, W. M.
C. R. AVERY. Secretary.
SO. S?. . EIE('TA CHIAPT'ER
NO. 7-Meets first and third
Thullrsdays of each month tL
Masonic temple, Visitors eIpe'
dlaily welcome.
MRSt. CEAtl, IAITiD, W\ M.
JAMIE S l. XVAIt.AC'E,. \'. t'.
MRS. Xvit. it. H.t IiL, Secretary.
Gt. E1. S. I.;MMAN1IT , CIOiAP
T'Ilt, Nit. 54-- llguhtr mnee.tingt
ctotnd and fouirth i Wednesdayl
o" icth month ati t 8:00 p. llt., Ii
Maisonic temple. Visiting mitm lier'
cordll!ly li n'ited.
iltS. ALItK A KIEIal.EY, W. M
MAY \\'AltNPlt, Secretary.
MISStlllI,A AIl'lt', NO. 32, F. O. E
-Meets first and third Tu esadatys ot
each month at 8:00 p. in.. at Eagles
Ihall, rWest Minll
XW. A. IA(GAN, President.
.AS. A. HlAKEll1t, Sot'retarly,
S I('ll.riE.lt 1.tl)t111)' , NO' . 4 SONSN
()It lilII l:\NN- lMevis iln Iigles' hall
first ni thir. Sundlayt of each imntl
at 8 o't clock I ,. n.
J Nit. KI I:lL~., President.
I'. . KilI'lltAl,. Secretary.
iTN'ITI'D AT'IT1SANS Meeis evers
seoind Tlhirstl y at Udd bellows' hal
linnex at 8 p. itl.
IW. .1. X\i'lIl'I'TMAN. M. A.
S. I,. I)'NlA.'M, .ol retary.
MISSt'tlA t'A1I', Nt). 5320, M. W
A. itgiiutr iteitl gs first antd third
M ndlIti s at X p. i.. 1, . (t). F. all.
lIINIl"Y ill.'AK IEYT. I'iltrk.
127 Itiggin.s AVi' lltte
oll) \'Ai l It ! II ll.tAN I .)ll , i. -guliir
mietl', i1gs fir'st ;i third r l hl'r1 St:it y(v of
ich tion th i t i p. nI t., i. Iii I. t. I. f
aiinex. ( 'Itn si. mll n il I .l, I I s,~ck, 1
1i.. VI. , IP. K IIer, S(ert'' ailry-''rl ' asuri' r,
121 MI ilisoni street.(
OF MOOSEl
& 3it 'I'httrs
day eveinlt
Siintll a. t
W. A. 1,0LIAN, Dictator.
II. 1.. lllAKElY, Secretary.
FAIR EXCIHANME
A New Back for an Old One-How a
Missoula Resident Made a Bad
Back Strong.
sThe, I c aches lit i es. wil it Ihull,
tin ur', tri hi i fooling, ktiui nig ylou
weirt'y a tId ri'istlesl ; plt t i. g pai't n.I
1 ti , et r. Itrh' i th t'eg tl l of the r Itt l
n 111, a itd ; tin llii llls iut .s o lat i i
that to sittio l is agony, No i to rlt
or apiltly t plaler i t' Ih bIal It f I the1
ittlri ys irn' it r . ' You t l nnetill'
the ill l '.h. o , llowt the exampil li : I of (ii st
M is s,,ii;t . itIZon:
James 1 'slnowl , 71,1 IIowell St, ,Mis
s,.ulat, Mont., sa;ys: "]'F r lIlll: u y ye;ry
I hall klbin, y uiil hishi: ,r tr'ioubile anld
otherls, i ito. 0 Iv It'y rt ftiii'o ' lite i
retaXl l the kl.liay sotl etlitllls :not ofteni
I laid nlo c"lt1liI over (heIo w\halt-v.'r.
I f ban h te .i l , f .. ...il. . w ilh . iv
St dt-; it ll. Stali-.
Flathead Ranch
80 acres, north of Dixon; 60 acres under cultivation;
free from stone; buildings and fence; price, $1,800
If you want to know about ranch and orchard property talk with
Taylor & Pearson. We make a specialty of ranch property.
Bell 920 Independent 1724
Will Trade for
Vacant Lots
Siltities In two) fi\-e-roolt mod
ern houses; h!th properties first
lass in every r'specIt. If you have
any lots to trade he sure and see
thlese'.
Hlioverson & Stephens
104 East Main St.
Bell 203 Phones: Ind. 2314
WANTED
A st ricty .l ii.tlrn u ior x r ino t
s' lon south side'. exast tf Ilig
gins sV.ai ts i ll '''1 r F`e( ; !1er Lust ]h L
I l'.:c f r.
we have' eI it ratl 1lxities to sell
t ,d t l r nr o.
Wettk ot. Lanh s fors Co.i
tutrl'trs wii lit'i' \lissomltlxp rlxin1
D'rt t le g xxi tt iti
;tn o \'r ha lt' c lho. ' r oah's to s. ll
' J. W. Davidson, Prop.
HUNTERS 107 SPRINGS HOTEL
r ,tISSO Ai TRii ' ST AN:t
SAVINGS BANK
acMisskfoot Land Co.
GLASSCOCK & MORRELL
31 and 32 Higgins Block
I[rink
Hunters Hot Springs
Mineral Water
For sale by all dealers.
Western Montana Liquor Co.,
Jobbers
J. W. Dayvidon, Prop.
HUNTERS HOT SPRINGS HOTEL
MISSOITLA TRUST AND
SAVINGS BANK
Miseoula, Montana
Capital .. ....... ...... $200,000
Surplus and Profits ............... 50,000
Officers
. . ..........V c President
A. 11. ,A('ll BS ........ ... .. ('ashler
It. C. (IDDlINi.I.......... A sit. Cashier
Directors
J. M. Ketllh, S. .J C'offe J. R.
flaly, G. T. Mc('nulhlough, P. J.
Kin.', A, It. .l:xiei , Kenneth Ross.
We pay 3 per cent per annum on
Savings Deposits.
SCANI)INAVIAN
AMERICAN
STATE BANK
Missoiula, Montana
United States Depository for
Postal Savings Fund.
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANK
ING BUSINESS.
Travelehrs checks, drafts and letters
of credllt iavallahlte In all parts
M' thee world.
Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent.
Interest Paid on Savings Accounts
anu Certificates of Deposit.
WESTERN MONTANA
NATIONAL BANK
Missoula, Mont.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY
CA I' TA l ............. .......... .._........ 200,000
LU ItjLUS FUND ........... 50,000
- G. A. W OLF,lJ .......... ......... PresIdent
J11)1IN C(. I.IIRIOtII... Vice President
J. II. T. ItY MAN .... .................Cashier
Directors.
Jhn 1O. Mor.ny, M. A. Flak. G.
A. tW ilf, ,lohlll C. ,elitsiu. F. H.
Woody, J. Ii . Ityman.
A GENERAL BANKING
BUSINESS TRANSACTED
Horses Bought and Sold
,'We rili fill y iur wxiilti front one
ih'xsti lI a xiilxxiiid.
wI)yer Brothers
l lver, Iied, Sait lia Ilti-aking SlibleI
tor. ('liV xlitii ix xx illlit: i-eeta
liith Ii 'liines 15x
FOR RENT-.lttractivet folir-rioom
flal, liirnlihlt'- , cxlxxi in, Oin East
PETTITT & GAGE
103 East Cedar
Phones: Boll 647 Black; 661 Ind.
CINI)ERS
I .11k ;I s. tlll:lrh. filx .r r 1- 1 '3"r
GAS PIANT
745 River Street

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