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PASSES AWAY "TOMMIE" JOHNSON MEETS END WITH A SMILE AFTER YEARS OF ILL HEALTH. . i ". ,' ,, r. .. ·! 1,' - , n, i. , .'1 I : j\ (' "T ,,"'. ,, " .I,. \- .'. - - . i ,' , ,'! !.." hIs it . ; K , , I' . ' - - .A f . r ; . -: , : ; ,, I . , i an:nou:nce,3 In :<. THE WEATHER 1 i IT . t i . " il ½ i"" ' . I. . . i l At 6. A. M. A . .. iP M The Doctor's Answers on Health and Beauty Questions By DR. LEWIS BAKER. Tl, ,, stil s ans. rel Ilow are gen t'tal .lft, .r, the . nl It s orI dlis -Jss are giv.- in i tI tII answers wil\ l ap ly" to any iast of ,simiil]r nature. ,i ,e wishing' furth.er a vi' e, f(ree, may Iaddot, .s ~r'. Lewis f hiher, ('lleg.e B1 hg., ', .1.ge-Ellw; ood ) ts., ] ,ayt, n, Ohio, enl l iosn tel f-atdtressedl, sttImp]d envelope far reply Ful11 l illa and addires mustl, o .at, , I drIms. S rri\ asks. 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This is mni favir ireimedy and from the numuber of let -;- - riev-le , iroim people who have useld i Its value In curing rheumatism. Ti f~illowiig is made by mixing well. lti:.tug a teispotonful at meal times and again ltbefore retiring: thComp, essence carditl, I i-z ; i comp. fluid balmwort. 1I i.; syrup earse.parilla culmp., 5 o-s.; COUNIY CONYENTION IN MISSOULA SUNDAY SCHOOL ASSOCIATION TO BE IN ANNUAL SESSION HERE THIS WEEK. tl. ( n.',...- l .I thai l 'th. 'f . aillI Sn ;,u22 ] -It u i'l:t, t i\ m ' 2l .lr ot 3't ': ý i' I \\ k t , lli b.. t ,, ..id -rIl " lh s ,Ist' t ha 12 } r tht- -,.tl il' rt . 1 . ,]-. A .;1+I .\ : rd i, g,. nerali r. ]'I f\ r , llt,.itt:.H. \itl]! H here r , n J . :l t -. , t , ; l i d ,t t it .nu t "" r ,f d r l e - ' . <', Fridalhy fterno nt .l un n t i · llit ' 111 ' , - t r I' S t l t ,ij.iu a a ll i,;ulih, ,l a cordial 'i , lhtet rts. 'd 3ll "11 "' rIl !. ' iy of uts h ath ". t._ } }l, and <hil ti',n "|'I"- fill.',\ lly is th . programtl: Friday .fternoon. I' r ,;, ,, ;,ia ', , t. t . ~~. r\\. t - "l're aurin " the i. ý t ,n"-- Rev. I. I . "L,:tFr. tilt. t'.ss. M1rs. J. N. Mat Ili;ir" l2. .i - lia :'Soyh n T ,-Ii talk P o hildre.-- .ev. J. Friday Evening. Pat nr t~dn praise--t.e\' t T. H 3ond.r il as. bi , P'r..sbi, trri.mn choir. .-: ,, :." a..d Irhss - It. . . E . Burt l:H it . thtt Hile -Bh . e. B.) 'a i:ilins tof a Sunday School Teacher,. Rev. J. A. Alford. Saturday Morning. Prayer and praise--Rev. H. H.Griffls, "Th,:e Effects of Early Training on .hp After rifr"--Reyv. H. S. Gatley. "TeQm'.e rane Teaching in the Sun d t1 ." , I "-MrIs. . F. Perkins. i .IIr -, Sunda schc,,l.. ,:.:rllt urtl --- iev. J. A. Alford. Saturday Afternoon. r.,. r antd . raise-- tt,v, J. A. Al "TI:. NA..",1 of , ur Little People" i ilrs 5 T.T I It. IBil t "',,rs, iiniI WVo kI of lletmentary 1, Il..rint.ndert"--11rs A. B. H.lobltt. WARRANTS ARE READY. Thoe ', evll'ny arrants in payment of .iltil . ls :i ,.,it ,y' the board of corn-i Ii]'I:-h li'IS I"re ri eadyi for distriblution .1 th. ,'ll(' * a ,f t'. no ty Clerk Bah ie - . 1h1 s a gre;it stuck of \,s " ltis 1.-i 2 th1 itd a1i wi ould bet ,,sH d t1, hatvt all those whose bills ;it + An -\ a-er: you ned a thorough lax tX i- cI] i-i--yrtp, i-,a that not rinly re Il..- !liit no t1 ,iti -iV s It front theI bsys t TII+ 'tl' ic'i t t --o i lgulttrly used will ti • ---i+ c-,, ,ngh or iold pronipt 1}. ,stt.,n :t 2 1 - ~.z. battle of esselher - x, it with a liome-made :|;+. ,it 't u , sr . oli-,c y au per directions oi L .- '.t "'\I.I.i~i 1' w rites. "1 have In re Iat t t !o It-etined with appIen i , tr , I ,t I n eh ,ve r tco n sen t to a n l. I IIIn. .l+, t on, , rcnstipation and t- sy Lý,!~'- aou t.e m e m Iuch suffer i"',g . l !:: \ I 't'. ' 't, bl," fo r d ysp ep sia +n th r.. " . l i f,.i think will cure me .r.e-it T t I:," i ,! , I ntfifc and satia ls-!ttt J,,I or trouble is tab liet. tri t,..l.t· , , i . t , I ] ,ink, w hite and Itoi'. in . ;,,, ,: ,IK tns ith full direc tt-t,:. tAll sot- ii- I r *iS dtrs can be con quered Iy. I t t r;tmlent. "N-crvou-;s a." w.rit,.~: '"I ss of sleep, l["+:-I, ],+-. .iof ;i ,I tI11. aid uVer it,.rk t, t.,i, ,t tu ,t t . ntphte wretk ti r,, .:e,- I- t- l[, 1- 1t , ttan scarcely a,-,g ,t aft,-r the othi",r. Please 0 -:- - . - -' -tt' i , -rn iti-n y-t prescribe 1 i ,, ', ,h a l t e st * e l i ic s lt h b r a in i w o r k - S'. '. tilhe follo1\' ing: LCu lpwlltnd +i IT' ,I t [ .,i hos-lhIts, - - t si .; tincture cac l -nl, r , , i ,,/ S ]ix, :.hake eell and t~i l.,: c .. sit ,t-p ,u ful bi'tuIo m eals. tFalmi"- W f'l asks: "Will you please ,,, i ir iiihw to overcorme obesity?" 4 - c,, : lsity is burlensurle. Ex 1"'; ' 1~t ri: tttte human body is tilllat I: : : lntly results s tcri, sly. T ,'l., l t I· tn,l isafest ni-Itl ,,t to reduce is ,- I -.lr iu e' ly 5-_-i ll litr c arblt-nt tab SI. Tihy ire puilt ul it. seat.ed tubIes eithl ditt I riss for hInor- usoe, and ally tell-star r, drluggist catn supply them. ", - -"' writes: "I am cionstlpated an! Ih. vI a- gretsy skin. Stifer from r,. Ihdigtestion and solte kidney troutble I t\ish you to recommllend a Ains,\r,.-:: rIte test rerIt dy to relir-ve rand r curi- tlhrttnirt ,-tlsit ,tlion Is called tltre-gcraln sultpherb tabilets made from sulphur ,Il < ftitr tandl herb mredi tines. 'takt.n reguItlrlt the blood i.i purified. Ilthe bowels and liver stimulated into healthy iaction antd a cure estab lished. ThIyt aret patck-ed in sealed tubes aith funil iiri-<liolr.. 'tliese tablets are stlendid foir liildren as they do not g'ripe or sicken. "lamma"-"I know of nothing better for bed-wetting than: 1 drum of tincture cubebs, 2 drams of tincture thus aro matic and 1 oz, comnp. fluid balmwort. Mix. The dose is 10 to 15 drops in water one hour before meals. IMPROVED IRRIGATED Farm Loans 8% THREE, FIVE, TEN YEARS With Privilege GEO. F. BROOKS Real Estate and Loans First National Bank Building LOCAL BREVITIES lMagazines-P. 0. news stand.-Adv. A. J. Brower of Ronan had business in Missoula last evening. Achir, piano tuner. Ind. 2355,-Adv. Go(odwin Speed is here from Butte for a day on business. Dr. Ward, veterinrian. Both phones. --Adv. Mrs. . A. Stiers of Frenchtown i pent the day in Missoula. Marsh, the undertaker, phone 321. T. I. Bateman of Ravalli spent the day on business in Missoula. Re\eves Meat Market. Bell 914 Blk. 1V. F Fahey of Hall, Mont., was a visitor in Missoula yesterday. Dr. Willard, osteopath, 1st Natl. iank. -Adv. R. A. Ilowltiy of Stevensville was a guest at the Palace hotel yesterday. tranted--Cood 8 per cent city loans. \':heldon-R iossi Co.-Adv. L.- C'unningham came into the city estirday from Potomac on business. St.nographer Dawson, Montana blk. -Adv. Mrs. George T. Baggs of Stevensvilll has been a guest in Missoula for two days. Fresh roasted coffee, 3 lbs. for $1. D. & E.-Adv. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brown of Al berton were visitors in the city yes terday. Ask for new descriptive catalogue, Missoula Nursery company.-Adv. Barney Tutwiler of Drummond sp;-nr the day buying supplies in Mis soula. First showing of ladies' new spring suits. Martin's, Bast Cedar.-Adv. Mrs. J. M. Eahart has returned from a week's visit with friends in Spoikane. Work horses and brood mares Mis soula Feed corrall. M. Bedell, prop.-Ad A son was born March 7 to Mr. and Mrs. Matt Ulrich at their home 1203 Van Buren street. Humane society. Call up 899. red or black.-P. 0. box 60. R. F. D. 1. Adv. Dr. Matthews of St. Ignatius spent yesterday and the day before with lrienids in Missoula. Newton 1l. Schweiker, optical spe cialist. looms 203-205 Montana Blk. -Adv. It. It. Porter andi little daughter of i'irma are guests for the week in the Tiirnage home on the south side. i'. (. Moore chiropractor, Ham. blk. Any disease; exam. free. Bell 1084. harl..s W. Weaver called on local dcalers yesterday placing orders for Ilirimallll Hker & Company of New York. StHandy scratch pads anid waiter checks for sale at The Missoulian of fice. -Adv. Jailnes It. Faillds wacs a visitor In the city yesterday from Stevensville. 1. \. Cowan of Carlton had busl miss y isterlday ill Missoula. tlr. louise Sniith, osteopath, Ma sonic temle. Phonel 618; res. 533 red. Mrs. Thomas Vincent, who under ,ii nt an operation last Sunday at her 'ho.' 51; North First street, west, Is rpl"rtld as making a good recovery. lIr. Anna James, osteopath, Higgins blok. l'hone, 834 black.-Adv. .lir. (h rge M(tlinnis came fron h}r lin'to. in Spokalne last evening to )," ii\t i er tlhusland who, is ill in the Northrn i 'al ifi' hospital in this city. Ilunley to loan on ranch and city prterty. IIt. H. Fisher, 113 E. Main street.--Adv. A son n, ighing 1 1,a pounds was born F'ridatiy o'ning to Mr. and Mrs. \Villiaim Sanson of St. Regis. at the hIe of Mrs. J. i. Woods, 520 Brooks street, it. M3. ('",h,baln Healty company has noved to rooms 69-70 Higgins block. -Adv. J. F. Torrence of Hamilton came into 2Missoula to lleet Mrs. Torrence and their little daughter on their re tuirn froi a winter's sojourn in Flor S. \V. lHudson, chiropractor, B. & A. ltg.. ...\u disease. ]'xaminations free. -- Adv. W\. M. Young of lamtllton came In to the city to attend the performance f "Tlihe Rose Maid" at the Harnois thlat,r, Tuesday evening and he re maineld to transact business here yes Sumner I. Satterthwalte of Iron Mountain. apllied yesterday for home st, ad *ntry on 159.80 acres in list 264, sectl,, ns 7, 4, 9 and 10, township 16 north, range 26 west. The applica tion was suspended. Elbert Breeding of Missoula ap. plied yesterday for homestead entry in so aires included in the east half of the northeast quarter of section 8, township 12 north, range 20 west. The ,ptlication was allowed. April Itailroad Man's and All Story allgazine.s now here. P. O. news stand, hMasonic temnple.-Adv. Mrs. T. (. IL. Moeller sent yesterday a parcel post package containing four pounds of Macintosh Red apples to a friend in New York. Mrs. Moeller will \wait anxiously for a report from her package. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wood and their daughter are here from their home at Forest Grove, Mont., to visit for a few days their parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Wood at their home on Edith street. George L. Pavy, district manager for the Mountain States Telephone & Telegraph company, went yester day to Thompson Falls to be present at an important meeting of the town council there last evening. W. J. Grover, local representative for the Remington Typewriter com pany, returned yesterday from Phil ipsburg Where he secured a contract for equipping with typewriters the new Granite county court house. Adelric Blanchard of Jackson, Mont., applied yesterday for desert land en try on 160 acres including the south half of the .southwest quarter of sec tion 22 and the north half of the northwest quarter of section 27, town ship 6 south, range 15 west. The ap plication was rejected. LIBRARY OPENS TODAY IN A TEMPORARY HOME Miss Grace Stoddard, librarian of the Missoula public library, announ ced that the library will open this afternoon at 1 o'clock in the Union block on East Main street. "Thy task of moving so many books was one to be dreadrd", said Miss Stod dard yesterday, "but it went bette, than I dared to hope. Our books are all placed and after a fashion accessible. Our greatest regret is that there is no place for a reading room. The few tables that we can find room for must be given over to reference workers and for three months all general reading will have to done elsewifere. The only consol ation is the promise of a commodi ous and pleasant reading room in the Carnegie library remodeled." CHISHOLM LEAVES FOR HIS NEW WORK A. D. Chisholm left yesterday on the Columbian for Rockdale, Wash., where he will be in the employ of the Milwaukee railroad which is con structing a big tunnel at that place and making many changes in the grade. It will require two years to complete the tunnel and when it is finished the most serious snow trouble through the Cascades will be elimi nated. After the experiences with the snow this last winter the com pany decided the. tunnel was neces sary. Mr. Chisholm will be a fore man in charge of the grading work. LOCAL SOCIETY Kaffee Klatsch. Mrs. George Bishop will be hostess for the Kaffee Klatsch of the Daugh ters of Hermann this afternoon at her home, 612 Plymouth street. United Artisans. Following the regular business ses sion of the United Artisans to be held this evening at 8 o'clock in the I. O. O. F. hall annex, there will be a musi cal program and a social hour with refreshments. Mrs. J. M. Brown has the musical program in charge and Mt sdaines Brown, Lewis. Mossman, and McCarthy are hostesses for the evening. All Artisans will be made welcome. Whist Club. The Saturday Afternoon Whist club, which now meets on Wednesdays, held a delightful session yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. A. M. Stevens. Mesdamles Borman, Craw shaw, llutchinsun, Mann, Tracy, Mil ler, Mueller, Thornton, Wright, Mc Dermott and Richards, enjoyed the game and the delicious refrbshments served by Mrs. Stevens at its close. Open Meeting. An open mieeting of the Lend-a Iland society will be held this after noon at 2:30 o'clock in the parlors of the Methodist church. Mrs. Borger's section and Mrs. Milbrodt's section will be hostesses for the afternoon. A program of interest will be given in cluding readings by Miss Florence Matthews, Mrs. Watson and Mrs. Mowbray; a piano solo by Mrs. New ell Gough and a vocal solo by Mrs. Iloversun. During the social hour over refreshment trays, plans will be completed for a chicken supper to be served by the society Saturday even illg, March 29. Bixby-Schaefer. Miss C.allie A. Bixby and Walter B. Schaefer, both of Missoula, were mar ried last evening at 8 o'clock at the hoIme of the bride's sister, Mrs. Fred E'. Leek, 920 Sherwood street. Rev. tiustav Mertz of the German Lutheran church performed the cremony, using the solemn and beautiful ring service. The bride was becomingly attired in a blue tailored suit and she carried bride roses. Her maid of honor was Miss Anna Block and the groomsman was Fred Leek. Mr. and Mrs. Schaef er will be at home after April 1 at 444 South Third street. The bride is the charming and accomplished daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Bixby of Salem, Ore. Mr. Schaefer came to Missoula a year ago from Denver, ('olo. He has won high esteem in Missoula and neighboring cities in his business caplacity as piano salesman for the Orvis Music company. Both Mr. and Mrs. Schaefer will receive congratulations and best wishes front a host of friends. CHAMP ADMITTED TO BAR. Washington, March 12.-Speaker Champ Clark was admitted today to practice in the supreme court. He was introduced by former Judge Shep pard Barclay of St. Louis, who vouch ed for his good standing and qualifi cations as a lawyer. The speaker Don't waste time and money experimenting, but buy the right seeds in the first place-if you follow this advice, you'll do just as the most successful planters do, i. e., buy your seeds here and now We've specialized on the seed business for a great many years, have found the best kinds to grow in this climate, and by furnishing only fresh, reliable, crop-producing seeds each season have won the confidence of the trade throughout western Montana. Northrup, King & Co.'s Northern Grown Seeds and Ferry's Standard Garden Seeds-the Kind to Sow Every packet and every sack of seed composing our spring stock is strictly fresh; grown last season, harvested last fall and selected with the greatest care, the seeds are clean and free from adulteration or. mixing. The following is a list of the kinds of field, garden and vegetable seeds we carry in bulk. Of the many kinds we offer choice of several varieties-the very best by test. All are Northrup, King & Co.'s growth-strictly pure, fresh and reliable. Buy Seeds in Bulk and Save Money. Field: Seeds TURKESTAN ALFALFA CHOICE TIMOTHY MAMMOTH LONG RED MANGEL BROMUS INERMIS LAWN GRA8 GIANT FEED SUGAR BEET MEDIUM RED CLOVER BLUE GRASS FODDER CORN MAMMOTH RED CLOVER MILLET SUNFLOWER ALSIKE CLOVER FIELD PEAS ETC. SEED OATS SEED WHEAT SPRING RYE Vegetable Seeds in Bulk BEAN CELERY WATERMELON PEAS SQUASH BEET CORN ONION PEPPER SPINACH CAULIFLOWER CUCUMBER ONION SETS PUMPKIN TOMATO CABBAGE LETTUCE PARSLEY RADISH TURNIP CARROTS MUSKMELON PARSNIPS RUTABAGA ASTER SEED NASTURTIUM SWEET PEAS Package Seeds Hardly a kind or variety of vegetable or flower seed that will grow in this climate but is included in the wonderful assortment of package seeds we offer. Many kinds in packages of different sizes, so you can get just the quantity you want in the most economical way. Get Our Prices and Supply Your Needs Early Cheap seeds are usually adulterated and are always inferior. Quality for quality, value for value, our seeds are the cheapest on the market. We buy in quantities and ship in carloads, and the benefits thus secured we share with the trade. We gauge our buying so as to have enough to supply everyone and yet sell out com pletely each season, but sometimes underestimate the demand and run short of some varieties, so it is to your advantage to make up your order early and thus se cure all you figured on planting. does not expect to practice before the court in the immediate future at least. Trade Your Vacant Lots For a four-room modern house on street car line, $1,200 equity. For a five-room modern brick, very fine, one block from street car; $1,400 equity. For a five-room modern cottage near Higgins avenue; two blocks from car; $1,200 equity. All of above on the south side. All kinds of trades, and good ones, too. Come in, tell us what you have to trade. We have a fine 40-acre tract with fine improvements on east side of Bitter Root for $3,500. Half cash. W.H.Smead Co. Higgins Block Missoula, Mont. Phone 212 Red. What Is Your Name for the New Theater . Have you sent it in yet? It not, fill out the coupon below and send it in now to F. C. Quimby, box 343. My suggestion for a nal ne is M y name .................................. Street address ......................................... Out-of-town address .................. Date .................................... Cars OVERLAND-MODEL 69T Five-passenger, 30 horse power, fully equipped with top, windshield, Presto tank and self starter, $50 speedo meter, oversize tires. Price, delivered, $1,130, Missoula. OVERLAND-MODEL 71T 45 horse power, five-pas senger, electric lights, elec tric horn, Presto starter and tank, Warner speedometer, fully equipped. Price, de livered, $1,600, Missoula. We will show these new cars at OVERLAND GARAGE Missoula, Mont. Orton Bros. 118 EAST CEDAR STREET State Agents Steinway & Sons Chickering & Sons Vose & Sons, Kimball and several other high-grade pianos MISSOULIAN WANT ADS ,BRING QUICK RESULTS PUBLIC AUCTION Saturday, March 15, Missoula Feed Corral, 128 West Cedar. Sale starts at 1:30 p. m. Auction of horses, wagons and harness.s This is the time of the year to buy your stuff for spring work, or if you have anything you want to sell bring it in and we will sell it for you. The owner has a right to one bid. We are going to have these sales every two weeks. Market day is what the town needs and we are going to do all in our power to run one in a strictly business way. List your stuff with us for quick returns. Everybody known Bedell, and Kirkhart is "sure" getting acquainted. K. L. KIRKHART, Auctioneer Phone 75 Black Daly Addition Store will give free one dozen fresh eggs with each $5.00 order of groceries from now until Easter. GOODS PROMPTLY DELIVERED Bell Phone 760 Black. 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. MISSOULIAN WANT ADS BRING QUICK RESULTS.