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WO BIG CONTESTS
FOR GARDENERS
HAMILTON CHAMaER OF COM
MERCE MAKES -LIBERAL OF
FERS TO BOYS AND GIRLS.
Hamilton, March 21.-(Special.)
'The Hamilton Chamber of Commerce
announces that a kitchen-garden con
test, also a residence, contest, will be
conducted this summer in this elty by
that organization, liberal cash prizes
being offered to competitors. The
contest is open to children, either
boYs or girls. In speaking today of
the plan adopted by the organization,
Secretary Hayden had the following to
say:
"Boys and girls wvho wish to enter
either contest should send the cham
ber of commerce their names, ages,
parents' names and their addresses, as
soon as possible. Further details of
the rules of the contests will ,he pub
lished later.
"While firmly convinced that many
flowers indicate, a happy people, the
chamber of commerce is equally cer
tain that a well-appointed and care
fully tended kitchen garden is a po
tent 'factor in the happiness of its
townsmen, especially of the possessor
of such a 'garden. Here, too, a love
for the gentle art and innocent de
lights of kitchen gardening, is ,best es
tablished in the more youthful of our
kind, and accordingly the. Hamilton
Chamber of Commerce has instituted
the chamber of commerce prizes f6r
the best kitchen gardens grown by lads
and lassies of not to exceed 16 years of
age, who reside in Hamilton and its
vicinity.
"The prizes are $10, $6 and $4, being
for the first, second and third gardens,
respectively. They will be awarded
to successful contestants who are not
over 16, who have with their own
heads and hands produced the gardens
submitted, and who submit stories of
their experiences of not to exceed 100
words, and plans of their gardens, at
the time of judging.
"Finally, the Hamilton Chamber of
Commerce will divide the sum of $30
among three individuals, residing in
the city limits, who have, during the.
period from April 1 to Labor day, of
this year, maintained the best kept-up
residence. Judge and awarding of
prizes will occur on Labor .day, and
the following points will be among
those considered by the jud es: Neat
ness of trees and shrubbery, external
appearance of 'buildings, condition of
lawns, neatness and condition of back
yards, fences, etc.
"The $30 will be dlvided as follows:
First prize, $15; second prize, $10, and
third prize, $5.00. Details of this
contest will be announced at an early
date.
"These prizes are the beginning of
a list of pirizes which the chamber of
commercie and ottlers hope to see es
ti.lisheid as annual .prizes. They are
offered this year more or less tentn
tively, and the idea will be on trial,
as it were. The success of it depends'
on the enthusiasm of the contestants
and the spectators.
"Incidentally, the chamber of com
merce may do a little by vway of beau
tifying its own grounds. Watch it."
CLINTON NOTES
Clinton, March 21. - (Special.)
About 85 friends gathered at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. E. Brown last Satur
day evening. Refreshments were
served at midnight and all report hav
ing a good time.
Mrs. George Rhoads has been sick
for the past week.
Elmer Hagen went to Lavina, Mont.,
last Tuesday morning, where he has
a ranch.
Fred Martin will leave for Lavina,
Mont., next week to resume work on
his ranch.
Mrs. Ralph C',on was in Missoula
Wednesday on business.
Edgar Griswold, operator from
Saltese, was home for a few hours
Tuesday.
Mrs. Bert Griswold is on the sick
list.
Mrs. R. Dwight was the guest of
Mrs. Abbott last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Barlow were
shopping in Missoula Tuesday.
An oil station is to open on the
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul rail
way soon.
Gladys Brown 'was an over-Sunday
visitor at her parents' home, east of
town.
BACK TO THE BITTER ROOT.
Hamilton, March 21.-(Special.)
.Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Sloan arrived in
the valley this morning from Chicago,
where they have been for some time.
They left the morning train at Flor
ence and were driven to their resi
dence near the Bitter Root Inn.
Get. Canadian Home
In Western Canada's
Free lomestead Area
The Provinol of
Mlanitoba
hasseveralNew Iome
stead Dktrta that ft
1 B ffo oppo unity
t.o secure Acrsa
M | C 1 41 1 5, 1"
abowa an unbroken period of
over a quarter .te ·a .
ctlimaCUte;; Good 1
the es r best, and social condi
tions most desirable.
Vacant lands adjacent to Free
Homnteda may be nurcased
and alo in the older.]ltrkt
rabds bouht at reason
oad ataos aDapastiuticar.
BeaJ. Davies
Dann Block
+ tr Fausll Mot
per Irm SllsClscittoo
FINE EASTER MUSIC
ARRANGED
STEVENSVILLE CHU'RCHES WILL
HOLD SPECIAL SERVICES
TOMIORROW.
Stevensville, March 21.-(Special.)
Special Easter services will be held at
the Presbyterian church, Rev. W. G.
Redee, nginfSter. Sunday ,morning at
11 o'clock the. public is cordially in
vited to attend and the following pro
gram will be given by memibers of the
Sunday school, of which Mrs. E. O.
'ILwis la superintehdent and Miss
Gorman director of music.
Voluntary-Miss Gorman.
Invocatiog--Rev. W. G. Reese.
Song-"Let Earth Rejoipe", chorus.
Recitation - "Welcome," primary
class.
Recitation--"At Easter," Norman
Drew.
Vocal solo-"Angel of Easter," Grace
Dowling.
Vocal solo-Mrs. ITuber.
Song-"Springtime Is Here," chorus.
Recitation-Primary class.
Recitation and song-"Rock of
Ages," three girls.
Recitation-"3Jewels," three girls.
Vocal duet-"Easter Bells," Mary
and Eleanor Showell.
Recitation--"The Crusaders," six
boys.
Song-"Sing and Rejoice," chorus.
Recitation-Primary class.
Duet-"Light of Salvation," Hollys
Buck and Lois Showell.
Recitation-Primary class.
Vocal solo-"The Holy City," Wil
liam Jones.
Recitation - "Butterflies," primary
class.
Vocal solo-"The Homeland," Her
man Perz.
Scarf drill-"The Cross," eight girls.
Vocal solo-"In the Cross," Miss
Gilchrist.
Voluntary and offertory - Miss
Dowling.
Song - "Morning of Gladness,"
chorus.
At the Methodist Church.
Stevensville,' March 21.-(Special.)
At the Methodist Episcopal church,
-South, Rev. P. D. Hartman, pastor,
will be given the following program
Easter Sunday at 11 o'clock:
Song "Beautiful Springtime," by
school.
Responsive reading and prayer.
"Easter"-An exercise by six chil
dren.
"The Easter Bells"-Lovette Bales.
Solo-"Beautiful Easter," Alice Fau
cett.
"Easter Thoughts" - Eight little
folks.
"The Easter Message" - Myron
Davis.
"In the Spring"-Lora Evans.
"Love's Offering" - Gladys and
Olive Lockridge.
Solo--Lola Hooper.
"Hapjy E:aster"-Jessie 'Smith.
"The Easter Lesson"-Ruth Fau
cett.
"Jesus, the Lifegiver"-Leota Young
"The Easter Call"-Gil;bert Porter
and Marvin Lockridge.
"Why I Am Happy at Easter"
Ottie Hightower, Lillian Young, Ila
Franks.
Solo-"My Risen Lord"-Miss Olive
Baker.
"Easter Day"-Ellen Faueett.
"The Song of the Violet"-Nellie
Smith.
"Can You Hear Them?"-Carrie
Baldwin.
Anthem-"The King of Ages,"
choir.
"Happy Easter Time" - Warren
Baker.
"Eternal Light"-Meryl and Mamie
Smith.
Song-"Send the Light," eight girls.
CONTEMII OF COURI
CASE IS DISMISSED
IHamnilton, March 21.-(Special.)
F. 11. Drinkenberg, Fred Crill and
Robert R. Keyes appeared in the dis
trict court this morning at 11 o'clock
to show cause why they should not he
judged in contempt of court. The.
contempt proceedings were dismissed
by the court when it was agreed by
all concerned that the three men
should appear in court at 10 o'clock
tomorrow morning to give their depo
sitions on matters pertaining to the.
evidence in the case of R. R. Keyes
against F. H. Drinkenherg, Fred 'rill,
W. O. Fisk and Henry Oertlt. All ac
counts, books and records of the husi
ness life, of the firm of the Keyes,
Oertli company, also of the transac
tions of the first three named defend
ants as receivers for the partnership,
must he produced in court tomorrow.
The three men were cited into the dis
trict court on a contempt charge when
they failed to answer questions pro
pounded to them when an attempt
was made to secure depositions from
them.
GOING AWAY.
Hamilton, March 21.-(Special.)
Ralph Bovee, the talented violinist at
the Family theater, will leave Tuesday
morning for Missoula, where he will
accept a position in the orchestra
at the Empress theater, Missoula's new
playhouse. Mr. Bovee is an artist
on a violin, and his coining departure
from local musical circles is keenly
regretted by all who have enjoyed his
nightly music at the Family theater.
Pringle & Irwin, managers of the
family theater, announce that Mr.
Bovee's place in their orchestra will
Ibe filled by the best violinist they
can secure. Mr. Bovee will play for
the last time at the Family on Mon
day evening, when a Vitagraph two
reel feature, entitled "The Change of
an Oath," will be run.
IN NEBRASKA.
Lincoln, Neb., March 12.-The initia
tive and referendum bill was recom
mended for passage in the house today
by the -committee of the whole.
fAKING THlE WATER
FROM OLD MINE
DM-AINING OF THE FAMOUS
FRISCO PROPERTY AT GEM
HAS BEEN STARTED.
Wallace, March 21.-(Special.)
After a number of weeks of prepara
tion ,the work of unwatering the
fainou. old Frisco mine at Gem has
'been begun by the Federal Mining &
Smelting company, the new owners.
The height of the water in the shaft
was reduced 20 feet as a result of the
first day's pumping, which encourages
the minnagement to believe that the
mine can be completely unwatered in
frbm 75 to 90 days of steady pumping.
The total depth from which the
water must be taken is 1,400 feet. The
pumping plant has a capacity of 2,000
gallons a minute. As soon as the
weather moderates, the rebuilding of
the mill will be begun and it is ex
pected actual mining will be resumed
in June.
DISTINGUISHED EXPERT
10 DISCUSS THE BLIGHT
Hamilton, March 21.-(Slpcial.)
The chamlb.er of commerce is manking
an effort to secure a good attendance
at the lecture of Professor P. J. O)'GIra
of Medford, Oregon, which will be giv
en at the Lucas opera house on next
Tuesday afternoon. The speaker will
discuss apple and pear tree blight, his
talk being illustrated with lantern
views. Professor O'Gara 'has had
wonderful success in controlling the
ravage.s of this dreaded disease of a.p
ple and pear trees, and comes to the
Bitter ,Root valley at the solicitation
of the Bitter Root Valley Irrigation
company. He will explain the meth
ods 'he use.d in fighting the disease
successfully.
HAMILTON BRIEFS
Hamilton, March 21.-(Special.)
Miss Effie Read, who is a student at
the University of Montana, arrived
last evening for an over-Sunday visit
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. 0.
Read.
The Brotherhood of St. James held
a Bible study and banquet last even
ing at the First Methodist church of
this city. About 30 were present.
Part of the evening was spent in lis
tening to a short musical program.
F. R. Buell, the owner of orchard
property near Victor, arrived in this
city last evening, following a winter
spent in the east.
Oliver M. Salisbury, who has been
in Wisconsin, Illinois and Minnesota
in the interests of the O. UW. Kerr
Land company for several weeks, ar
rived in Hamilton this morning and;
left at once for his orchard property
on Charlos Heights. Mr. Salisbury
stated that he experienced had I
weather all the way west from
Minneapolis.
J. H. HoIst, principal of the Victor
schools, arrived in Hamilton last even
ing for a short visit.
Mrs. H. Fenbrache, who has been in
Missoula at the home of her daughter, 1
Mrs. Morrell, for several days, ar
rived home last evening.
Attorney R. F. Gaines of Missoula
is a visitor in Hamilton today, hav
ing district court matters to attend
to.
Troy Williams and G. W. McKin
ney, ranchers living above Darby, are
Hamilton visitors today.
Several from here attended the
Martin Johnson horse sale 'at Wood
side yesterday. Forty head of horses
were sold at good prices, according to
the statement made by a well-in
formed horse man of this,city.
Emil Kekopero, a resident of this
city, declared his intention of hbecom
ing a citizen of the United States in
the district court this morning, taking
out his first papers.
Fred S. .dwards, a stockman of
Ross' Hole, was in Hamilton yester
day on his way to the horse sale at
Woodside.
A dramatization of George Barr Mc
Cutcheon's book, "Graustark," a tale
of love behind a throne, will be pro
duced at the Lucas opera house on
Wednesday, March 26.
Bert Hannis arrived this morning
from Canada to accept a position .in
Sid Wheeler's meat market. Mr. Han
nis was formerly employed by Mr.
Wheeler in this city, having been in
Canada since he left. Mr. Hannis'
fanily will arrive soon to reside here.
C. W. Ward, a member of the board
of county commissioners, is in Ham
ilton and will remain here until to
morrow evening.
All persons residing in the valley
who are interested in the construc
tion of a co-operative canning factory
for fruits and vegetables in this city
are cordially invited to attend tomor
row's meeting at the chamber of com
merce, when the proposition will be
thoroughly discussed.
J. V. Owens, a Missoula insurance
man, is a Hamilton visitor. Mr. Owens
I was formerly principal of the local
L schools.
Mrs. Ruth Howard of Victor was
a visitor in Hamilton today, returning
to her home this afternoon.
MOIESE NOTES
Molese, March 21.-(Special.)--Joe
r Buckhouse is in Molese from the Mis
siotn, surveying a ditch for Messrs.
Kroll, Sharp, Schoonover and Smith.
SMrs. Charles Randall left Thursday
for Oregon, where she will join her
husband, They expect to leave there
soon for South Aemrica. Mrs. Ran
dall has bIeen spending a couple of
months with her mother and brother
- on their ranch in Molese.
Albert McAuley returned from Mis
y soul. Saturday.
Mren Charle Austli has been v|sit
Rousing Spread of the
EASTER Econonmies
A magnificent stock to choose from, styles of season's
most prodigal type and at prices lower than other store
Finest Serge and Silk Dresses Snappy Hand-Tailored Coats
4Guaranteed better dresses tihn any store Hlanldsomne street coats in the app'lroived
swill show you for $10. Material s of fine, arly style. Thesei art mi (l ftro
iall-wool sergets in bliet, tblu' and c thoice tfancy homespun t olo IIins in leading
colors, trilmm d with plain or fancyi silk; color tom hinations; tot o, sht rt iii to
also woenI11'11s fine all-sil Ilk messnline drosses with round corners. Special . i\' n at
I1n assorted colors: ; I lce trillln(i d. lSpeciall . only ...........................
For Easter Coats, Suits, Dresses
and I there arr en ugh to sati,.f t,'crc din nil. |]etter still, its point. . "f s itlý', qu lily
**ilt n desirability, they Ire , te :l to altpartl that sells regula rly li to ;hbnt $2t_.:1. I
elletl ;tu' snappy bhlue uni 1 | .1 lk s. ilt.,:, as well t ;s |an ietes, fin' a ' r;' :nld silk dresses
:Ind the smartest coats sh 'it'll in the ioi\n. I'rirt' but . ........... ... $11.75
A Sale of Messaline Silk Waists
1ist ha roll I t t : l I i 2l-$11
- inched; nett I n11su eh e model. \ trcnlr cul of sizea if
Extra Special ° Extra Special " Extra Special Extra Special
Easter Gloves Easter Collars Hand Bags Hair Goods
tVromen's fino impoirted Dainty aff its some in .tn ;Is~r' - ite of wttin- Ixtra fOne inprl'it halr
quality kid ol\ "'es; these f'ill( , eltll l ro . l dt ha lt s t, en' , sllentldh h. l:'Is: sit ith hr .s; nlow th'hree
are beautifully finished, mlade . o tfe t h t 1 11 it s: ll h,:l1 h- strai'nd sit lh: aplso I-rir e
are daintily stitched and are novel long . ff ; air'. f o i" st'trap l"l'llttiotts in I., ,| ,t
have strong clis ls: black tu 11111e]1 . ltxtit :t i Ip - ' also vllllnenS slcer- il'rs .: 'ilu fully :.,' :,t
or colors $150 c 75nc i. . ":'t as " I" 95c ." " $1.95
This Is the Greatest Easter Millinery Store
We are now prepared to show you the snappiest line of dainty street hats that you 0
can find in Missoula. They are real products of beauty and you will like them all. 1
They're not expensive hats, really they average about half the price you usually pay. I
Women's prettily madlo Sti it t is ht it lin i tti i h
street hats, just rigt 3,i o I 0 t ,.h t l" anl d t N iM ite k ti s :ut,1 ý
for nowa ... ... .. st l .I oth in ones . t hnlt i
BUY YOUR BOYS' AND
BOYS' EASTER GIRLS' EASTER
HAT HERE. SHOES AT
BEST STYLES PRICES
TO CHOOSE SMALLER THAN SEE OUR
FROM-ALL YOU FIND WINDOW
BARGAINS ELSEWHERE
DISPLAY
ing her daughter, Mrs. Joel ('ushing
at St. Ignatlus.
,V. J. Ilarlon has gone to Missoula
to servo on the jury.
Owing to Ithei defeat of the Indian
appropriation bill, the work on the
reclamation ditch In Micese valley has
been abandondll until sIh' time as
sufficient funds are forth-coming for
its completion.
Dave Snyder has returned to his
homestead for the summer.
School 'was closed il Soutth Micese
last Wednesday ,owing to the illness
of Miss Kries.
There will be a dance at the club
house Saturday night, Mrech !I9. Miss
Fowler and Mr. Ritchie will furnish
the music.
Asa Johnson and family of Stevens
ville have come to make their home int
the valley.
Mrs. William Fullerton entertained
in complinment to Mrs. hIenry Ihowen
;berg and children and Mr. Kelso, all
having returned to itamilton Monday.
Earl Smith hlas gone to resunm hli
position in the office, of the city arch
itect in Sea;llle. His father, J. (.
Smith, will llke charge of his ranch
in his absence aind conltinue to develop,
it.
Molese was visited by a severe wind
and snowstormo last night, with a, sud
den drop of temrperature. Yesterday
the meadow larks were singing and
the farmers busy plowing. Todtlay the
valley lies in the grasp of winter once
more.
COLD KILLS AN INDIAN
ON TRAIL TO CAMAS
Clmans, Mirch 21.-(SpI "lal)- The
body of a P1' ul d'()reillo Indian was
found six miles out from Plains Iby ih,
mail stage Tuesday. Two Indlias
started out from Plains, intoxiatled,
and had tried to Ibuildt a fire at the
place the body was found. I'From ap-ill
pearances ithe deatd Indian froze to
death as Tu,.sday was a terrible night.
The other Imllan has not been located
tip to date. The body was taken
charge of by officlals and held it
Plains.
STEVENSVILLE NEWS
Stevensville, March 21.-(Special.)
Mars. Ethel ('hapman departs tormor
row for Wisdom, to be with her sons
Frank and Lester Chapman on thlli
farms. She takes with her the ver:
best wishes of a wide circle of friends
a among whom she. has been a pioneer
worker for years.
Dr. C. H. Stevens, who for the pas
f two years held the position as state
r deputy veterinar'ian, employed by thi
state doing tuiberculine testing of thi
cattle In western Montana, has re
signed from the state service and wit
open up an offlce and veterinary hou.
IIf:1 In r1' in l tl vw\ . ilh, \tvilh hi,:ld
itluarterrs I Iht ' t .h tev is\cvil, ill\eri st -
hlho. ir. I'a.l, s, en is na 1ir il ll flI'[ l" I
h, \' v ti' mri tiy d rt' l.'i olti ' lof i l
Penmns vLanI;I, univ'"-rsity it l'hhlhIn I
h ii, Ill St iii (18 8 Ii 8tIiltriltl I N
hla, ;l l '11has1 t ii ltt \ir i" Si .l ii
w'ilt his .work h1r.
Ti'1'hr ali. , solh of lhn irs. ' l4,it
;o Itoni ,r i tltr I I'ih Is ling hqh toditijl
at tih . ranch nIt r ithl( St. 1trt 's n t t s i -
sI l on. oA lI'ge sI liIsr of 1.loplr both
I'llfrom l ( rt . e laln ullt tilig. d Isr' l.r is
We.wi l hidding I'f r te o hIuse
Rexal ulo stork that is doesng of
fired.
CALIFORNIA CHARTER DAY.
San .raelllsea, Mar'h 21. Sir Ithih
iromotd rlo, irowth of youn r of airitis
In alu ll our ehs rriveere ith halk i
tonics the one that tha done imot to
of 'li'Tornic.'s W hae such .i orelsl .
"founded faith I n it trat wrde," h
today, "Io it lour frlo.ni Iit idoemb
when w' shallyot i 'n every prt' I jar -
If Rexa' r. ll D "93' Shii r doe r
nlitationd atop th i tirlironhld illi'iorn
and promoto e new guristsl of h thir. e
l 'omie l ack tlo uI lln "t iln t Itt r llIm
1"'W Ililli': rst'r i %. l W ilidsle l' Nifllltlf'rl -
lioi t i l'ofrt I G ey, II. (."
the money yolv priy, Il, i, han d ho ill
promptly hand It will akonsst of to uhl- Yo
d onilt iln anything i pr of mi any-.
or Loss of Harny
We will ay for what you use firf
Rexall "93"' Hair Tonic does all
andromote the growth of your hair.
In all our experience with hal
tonic the one that has done most to
gain our onfidend is Reall "03f R ll
Hair Tonic. We have such wella
founded faith in it that we want
you to try it at our rink. If it doe3
ot satisfyc today. f you do every particular.
we will pay for what younk use to the
extent of a 30 day treatment. I.
If Reanll "93" eall ir Toni des
n t remove dandit ff, relieve at scal
irritation, stop the hair from falling
and promote a new growth of hair.
come bak to ush and ask us to r turn
the money you paid for it, and we will
promptly hand it back to you. You
on't esign anything, promise any-rt
thing, bring anything back or in any
wayobligateyourself. Isn't that fair?
Doesn't it stand to -easnn that we
would not make such a liberal offer
if we did not truly believe that
Rexall "93" Hair Tonic will do all
we claim for it-that it will do all
and more than any other remedy?
We have everything there is a do
sand for, and are able to judge tha
merits of the things we sell. Cur
tomers tell us of their success. There
are more satisfied users of Rexall
"93" Hair Tonic than any similar 1
preparation we scll.
Start a treatment of Rexall "93'"
Hair Tonic today. If you do, we
believe you will thank us for this
advice. Two sise bottles, n0r and $1.
You can buy Rexall "13" lair Tonle
in this community only at ou : sore.
MISSOULA DRUG CO.
Missoula The Stole Montana
The a Is RBa..1 rs r nealys ev wiy
Th ..., l r cus' ,,..us -_..,..
Garden City
Auto Repair Shop
107 Pattee Street
The best equipped shop in
western Montana.
Iight r111:1r11111n, nlll nlitalli llto re
p)illlfin g :andi on 'l'htIling.ll.
S. G. CHAFFEY, Mngr.
MISSOULA ART CO.
Cameras and Supplies
I)eveloping for Amateurs
Garden City
GARAGE
Missoula. Montana.
HOW IS YOUR
FIRE INSURANCE?
McIntosh & Fisher
115 Higgins Avenue.
FOUR HEAD OF HEAVY
DRAUGHT HORSES
WVIII I ,b lhl at Irwv ,.r Itr-.';, Ilr yrp
Warn wIthit n tihn i' Int . f
DWYER BROTHERS
INSURANCE
Fire, Ifon fiiud AlIlib.l nt Inuurance
and It!eal iiEstate.
Natl.unil Su utly ( nmrnpny.
DAN H. ROSS
Bateman Transportation Co
Stage and Auto service be
tween Ravalli and Polson
Connects at Ravalli with Norther,
Paciflc trains east and west. Con
nects at Poison with the Klnndyke
steamer. Ravalll. Montana
R. G. HULL
Auto Service
Ravalil, Montana.
Daily trips across the reservation.
First-class service. 'Careful drivers
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.
PaI's,.4;llglr from 41 In the morning
and miiakes 42 In the evening.
Careful Drivers.
J. N. I)ll)l.tEY. Prno.
AUTO STAGE
RAVALLI TO POLSON
(tevtns- I )lryIva, 7-P Iassenger Touring
(Car Ma.tkinr I btalIy Trips.
JI ' It( hl' tT'I'S, ProD.
Meete 41 Westl Iuntl, and 42 East
biund.
Careful Drivers.
AIJTO LIVERY
Any Place on the Reservation.
Reasonable Rates.
J. C. Lt;AILLIN, Prop.
Telephone Ravalli Hotel.
I Headquarters. Itavalll. Montana.
FRANK LATIMER
is ..tlll on the
RAVALLI-POLSON AUTO STAGS
LINE.
Headquarters
POLSON. - MONTANA.
IRA SALSBURY
Auto Service
Ravalli to Poison
Headquarters, St. Ignativt

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