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'RESIDENTS ON RESERVATION FACE TRIAL FOR DISTURB ING THE PEACE. Plains, April 5.-(Special.)-Al Case and Ernest Murray were made defend ants in a flr t-a gree assault case and the hearing c~n~ d Wednesday before Justice Georg'e A. Toulmin. The as sault was alleged to have been com mitted on JOe Winburn, who said he was stru'ck on the side of the head with a revolver. The men are home steaders near, the big bend on the reservation.' It developed during the examination that Winburn had a knife but did not get it out until, as he al leges, he was knocked down with the gun and Murray and case began kick ing him. There were no near witnesses to the trouble. The court discharged the prisoners and instructed the coun ty attorney to place the defendants, Joe Winburn, W. R. and Ray Winburn and Charles Church under peace bonds. V Warrants were issued for the Winburn brothers and Church and the trial date fixed April 15. W. R. Win burn and Mr. Church were present during the assault hearing and were arrested that afternoon and Ray came to town and presented himself to the court. These parties own adjoining claims and it is said the trouble originated over the Case children crossing the Winburn land on their way to an(' from school, Justice Toulmin said there appeared to be bad blood in that neighborhood and the only way he could see to settle it would be to ex act peace bonds. In the case last week Coauty Attorney Gerald Young was assl1tid by I: R. Blaisdell and H. J. Burleigh represented the defense. The defendiants, Winburns, have en gaged John Tolan of Missoula to as sist at the~trial April 15. DOCTOR FHAS TROUBLE IN OLLECTING BILLS Wallace, April 5.--(Special)-The troubles that Dr. Mary McGahn of Mur ray experienced in collecting bills for professional services led to two as sault suits 'that were heard in pro hate court here. The doctor won in the action against Minnie White, and was awarded 'the verdict, but hlst in the other case, in whlich May IAord, 57 years of age, was defendant. The court held that the assaultt an'eged was but a combat of words and that no harm had been done. The defendant in the second suit, Minnie White, ad 'mitted she had resented the doctor's bill 'with uodys violence and was fined $10. GOOD SLEIGHING ENDS IN W LLACE STREETS Wallace, April 5.-(Special.)-The sight of delivery and express wagons, the fire department's trucks and other vehicles mounted on wheels was a sufficient novelty to attract general attention yesterday, after five months of continuous sleighing. The remark able snow record has never been equalled in Wallace. There is still a great deal of snow on the streets, drifts on all sides remaining in spite of recent rains and warmer weather. Records kept by local livery men show that there have been 141 days of con tinuous good sleighing. I FRENCHTOWN 1 Frenchtown, April 5.-(Special.) Ralph Templeton and family from Victor have moved into the Jules Tra han house. Mr. Templton will be en gaged on the Barrette ranch for one year and Frenchtown is to be their permanent residence. Camil MeGown returned from Mis soula Saturday, after spending several days in the care of a dentist. H. R. Clemens of Huson was visit ing old friends in Frenchtown Sun day. H. L. Ockerman went to the Garden city Monday on business. Joe Deschamps came down from Missoula Sunday and spent the day with friends here. Mrs. Leon Bourdon returned from Missoula Monday, after spending sev eral days visiting friends there. Mrs. William Albert canme down from DeBorgia Monday to spend a few days with relatives here. J. B. Poitras went to Bonner Mon day to look after business matters there. W. C. Tetreault went to Missoula Tuesday to attend the Moose ball. Tom Scheffer came up from Huson Tuesday to transact business here. P. B. Foster is ,preparing to make extensive Tepairs to his'house. J. Hanson of Huson was transacting business here this morning. The Clifton 'omedy company is playing this week at the Grover hall. The attendance grows larger each night, as it has been a long time since Frenchtown has been visited by a show company presenting such an array of bright and catchy amusements. Mrs. H. Jette came down from De Borgia today to visit for a few days with old friends here. D. B. McGregor left yesterday for Haugah, where he will spend several days In attendance at the forest rang ers' meeting. LICENSED TO WED. Hamilton, April 5.-(Special.)-A marriage license was issued here to day to Molby Stewart Fullerton and Miss Blanohe Whitney, both of this city, BYSTEAM BURSTING PIPE ON ENGINE SE VE ELY I)JURE8 DAN M'DON ALD AT"WALLACE. Wallace, April 5.-(Special)-Dan Mc Donal4, veteran engineer on the Northern Piclfic was badly scaider about the face, neck;, shoulders .and hands last night when a pipe in his engine burst, enveloping him in a cloud of steam from which he could not escape. He may lhse the sight of one eye. Recently McDionald has been on the Burke branch run, but he is one of the oldest engineers in the dis trict in point of service. iI CORVALLIS NOTES Corvallis, April 5.-(Specihl)--Rev. C. L. Vaughn, pastor of the Metho dist church, has returned from Boze man greatly improved in health and will resume work. His many friends rejoice in his reevoery. Messrs WVill t(.rueh and Eve Chaf fin wtere visitors in town from Hatnil ton on Firdlay. Mrs. Alice Hedge spent Saturday in Stevensville. The Bitter Root Plantation company set a large crew of mten to work on its extensive orchards. Mr. J. S. Hopkins, the banker, it compelled to rest for a few (lays. An attack of rheumnatisin recenttly left him with a troublesomeno nkle. He is somewhat belt tr and will ie 'able to bte abolut, again in a few days. C(. C. Cleave, formerly of the United States geological survey, is stay'ing in town for a timlte. M. L. Chaffin has been confined to his lhomo with a severe 'attack of tonsilitis and 'grippe. fG. W. Campbell of Hudson Wis., returned to his home after visiting his orchard ranch of 30 acres east of town. The pastors of the Christian, Meth odist and Presbyterian churches held a conference to establish a union prayer meeting to be held every week in the different cliurches. The first meeting will be held ntext week. The VW. C. T. 'UT. held a social at Rowe's hall Saturday evening. The Farmers' 'Equity club held a meeting in town Saturday. N. J. Chaffin is quite ill at his resi dence. Quite a nulmber of the Corvallis high school pupils took in the declalnm atory contest at IHantilt'on Friday ev'en'ing. W. H. Young has returned to take charge of the Butterfly station of the forest service after the winter couIrs in the forestry schovl at Missonla. F. M. Lawrence of The Missoulian was in town Thursday. TO GIVE CANTATA. Hamilton, April 5.--(SlRpeial.)-The Hamilton Musical tcluh has deciled to give its cantata, "The Rose Maiden," by Frederick IT. Cow\en, on May S. Rehearsals for this musieal production, which promises to outshine any similar entertainment ever given in this city, are being held regularly by the mem hers of the chlu and the work is pro gressing nicely. A member' of the club in speaking this morning of the com ing entertainment declared that the regular attendance of all me.lhers slated for participation in the cantata is earnestly requested by those in charge of the program. PROGRESS IS GOOD. Tamilton, April 5.-(Special.)-Or rie Leonard returned this morning from the Three Mile neighborhood, where he has Ieen emplloyed in a tele phone crew for the Bitter Root Valley Irrigation comtpany. The company is engaged in stringing a third wire over its entire telephone system. Consider able progress has been made with the Work in spite of the bad weather of the past week. TOOLES VISIT HAMILTON. Hamilton, April 5.-(Special.)-Mr. and Mrs. John R. Toole of Missoma arrived In Hamilton last evening on a short visit. Mr. Toole came here on oatters pertaining to the lumber in terests of the Anaconda Copper Min ing company here. Get the Genuine See that the seal on the bottle you buy is unbroken. That is your pro tection in getting the pure, unadulter ated tonic stimulant that has been made for over 52 years For Medlolnal Purposes Only. If you expect to obtain the benefits that this great remedy gives be sure you take only 's Pure M alt Whiskey and that when buying it you receive none of the many imitations of this renowned medicine now on the market. You readily understand that where your health is concerned Substitutes Are Dangerous Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey is made for medicinal pur poses only. It is of a higher standard of purity than is required by the U. S. Pharmacopoeia and is the only whiskey taxed as a medicine by the Government during the Spanish War. Sold by druggsta grocers. dealer, The Duff, Ualkt Wieor C.,. RocLkaeN 5 IN HAMIlON MRS. ARTHUR W. M'KEOWN AND W. B. M'LAUGHLIN CHOSEN TO SCHOOL BOARD. Hamilton, April 5.-(Speclal)--In one of the most fiercely fought school elections ever held in this district. Willis B. Mc1eaugh'in and Mrs. Arthur W. McKeown were elected as mean - hers of the school boatrd. The vote was rthe largest ever cast at a school election here, a total of 822 votes be ing east. These votes were distrib uted as follows: W. 13. McLaughlin, 188; Mrs. A. W. McKeown, 181; Ike Wylie, 172; C. A. Wagner, 163; Dr. George McGrath. 118. Al during the afternoon voters swarmed to the polls, it being estimated that more than 126 women voted. Mrs. McKeown's andt Dr. McGrath''s .names were put before the eleltors by the Mothers' club of the city. Wag ner entered the race at a late date as an independent candidate. ,Mrs. McKeown succeeds Eric Erickson on the hoard while McLaughlin succeeds himself. The latter has made an en viable record since iesing appointed for t.ie board, his vote today coming as a handsome reward for his show ing in office. Mrs. McKeown has shown herself vitally interested in tlhe schoiols as president of the Mothers' OVANDO NEWS t(vando, April 5.-- (Special.)- -Dr. D)odds of Missoula made a hurry-up cail to set a broken thigh hone for Mrs. John O'Neill, who had the mis fortune to slip on somen ice several days ago. At last reports she is rest ing comfortably and there is hope of her speedy recovery. Charles Phillips of Corlett had the mnisfortuine to break is leg near the ankle last Monday and was brought to Ovando by Mr. C:orlett, reaching here in time to have the injured limb attended by Dr. Dodds. The doctor put same in a. plaster cast and Mr. Phillips was able to go back to his horne that same day. Messrs. Leveings, Riggert and Bailey and their families from Mitchell, S. 1)., have arrived and i(e Icicime permanent settlers in our valley. Frank Hughes, the genial conductor of the Ovando end of the stage line, was the guest of 'onldll(.tor Rivard iof the Drunmmiond end over Sunday. Dr. Spinks went to Itelena to take the state examination for prn.eticing medicine in Montana. lie expects to visit Great Falls and northern Mon tana before he returns to resume his praletice here. C. C. Perry of Miesonula, the cashier of the new hank to be, opened at (Ivando, was in town iover Sundauluy, mallting arraingements for the ne'es sary tenmporary qualrters as well as the hauling in the big safe and other plaraphllernalia.h For the present, at least, the loration will be in the rooms adjoinining the drug store and recently vacated by Mr. Snyder's family. Mrs. E. 1I. Snyder and two boys have gone to Great Falls on an extend ed visit to relatives and friends. A boy was born last Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. John Stewart on Mc('ane creek. Mother and child doing nicely. Messrs. TWilliam Shaw and Con tractor Wilson made a brief visit to Ovando last Tuesday, looking over and estimating the damage done by the recent fire in the Muchmore hotel. Mrs. Guy W. Muchmore has re turned, after an enjoyable visit to friends and relatives at Drummond, Gold (reek and Sandpoint. Mrs. John ITeinmark and children are visiting at Kalispell this week. The bazaar held in the town hall un der the auspices of the Ladies' Aid siiett y was a decidied success in spite of the inclement weather. Mrs. L~. R. Hammlnond has reiurned from a visit with friends in Missoula. 'Irvin Sperry left .rednesday for Sandpoint, Idaho, where he expects to remain for the summer, at least. Mrs. Sperry preceded him there several weeks ago. There is rumor of another bank to ie start(id at )vandoi: "it never rains tbut it iilurs." Now, if the country can only have at least i wio railroads into the valley to kleepl pace with these die velolpnments, it will be strictly "in the swim." Boy' ine NorfolkSuitsWith 7 Two Pairs Pants: FiveDollars SENSATIONAL BARGAIN EVENT. BEST SUITS IN MISSOULA FOR THE PRICE We have just received a splendid bargain lot of loys' snappy, new Norfolk suits; mixed brown 01or in new tan IHerring bone stripe. These suits are positively il wool. Th1ey are made just like a man's suit and fully as crefully. INorfolk with belt. C(oat is lined with satln-ffiished t ailor's serge. Tihe panlts arle lined throughout: hecavy non-rilpping waist band and best buttonholes; knickerbocker style; sizes up to 1i years. Remember, Ii AT and TWO pairs of pants. A full $7.40 valuc at FIVE 1(1 LLARS. The Best Ready-to-Wear Store in Missoula: Try It! We malatain that this is the best women's apparel and millinery store in Missoula; the stocks are big-very big-and the prices are sufficiently lower than other stores' to induce you to buy quickly Messaline Women's Fine Serge, In- Women's Ratine Dresses, Special at _ _____c_ _a_ _ Extra Immensely attractive dresses; equal in quality Extra special....1.95 to any dresses obtainable in the regular way special ............. C for $10.00. See them. Doep ruffles in fatry Shop all over to\\l id you ll \ill It find as gold dresses S llendid Has fro slyle or in a' rditn tht*s5 for less thal $1t positively nl. Matcrials of hust all- ih..tlhri lon clot7h, plaiits; :111 11wh' b st \\o,l sore,-; drsss madle \\ilth Itll i-:lill tr i ig; whit . or tcir ; also front sateen; shades'; it:tl' full -not c loth s; also, h mtllllil'll, nlw dr1'-sses uIil,'d fro' l ratino, in shodl'- Full ruff.nls. Special -iel"-- t ... $1.95 st o..nhllrgs; every drss i. n li, t , r,,'tl b..an.. . s...,. l 7.9)5 1 0 95 79'Big Coat Special, Values to $15.00 9 • |ONovelty productions of all classes; also best of plain serges "75 No econ.nlllii.al \o lli V il think , b T Illing t unti l il Shle. . l ook.ted Ihroutlgh till, big line. Il. ' 'h e c a s tir all IoV\ :iInt h\ '\volve soulu' high l-'h ss s:nipl,,'; it-.erialls of S.l'rK , cloth :and funes ,nm elli., efs. Stollm e l d' llait , oIltllhtrs f'A ,t. Nizos frl' 1]5 up. Thrs, 'ur all coats of gllaranted hligh order and }~n SPECIAL-w \ ,mwn's xtra uality SPECIAL-uc "hii r, 's fin muslin 11·, ..... ": "I $2.50 White lingeries and black lif lly I'inish ,l 50c SPECIAL-\Vin. n'.s huns,, dreisses; SPECIAL- 'billrll' I good musint mo.. f ' , s iht $1.50 sateen waists :".oers ". 'I 2 tritlt 25c o12' (1:1t'1.; cýýlrti' ' sipzs 2 |l0 1 yi ;trs SPECIAL-\\Vomn' guarant1,d all- SPECIAL-W' ni I lin, i % itt waists silk . n.ss.linc . ..ists" " A big lot of w.on. ..n's loco nd a ne.. . liig . o choose Cal. $5011; pial $2.95 ' ntbroidery i int td lilnge ri. i' : sp7. $1.29 SPEC \\'vaisls; \:am'cs up 1 o f i SPECIAL- 'hilr 'n prs; n tle $1. to \hilthey tlst SPECIAL--w wn llll'.tl I shi lrts; at thi 1or shirting; a 1 olar d $1.50 Curtains and Curtain Goods WE ARE CLOSING OUT New Trunks and Suitcases Household supplies lower than other stores THE CARPET DEPART- The best luggage made costs little here Nottingham Lace Curtains, Reg- 5 All the Qualities Greatly S rong, Zinc-Covered Trunks $6.0 ular 75c and $1.00 Values Only 59Reduced in Price With Trays, Special for Only F I n e y dotted l It i. i sit scri,,; double New dliinig nine nvrtl ,ses, hstel %fr... sile .15c mrno el·n1s.s1 1 ,i $5.00 brig human ge; tt i;, or suitetcmsdon a, srim; spci .50 . .. $4.50 '1, .. . 511 .,"'.. 20c ,,, ' ,$7.50 oio yyfd,2 c alyoly :It. I . 5 PARADISE NOTES Paradise, Aprtil ,5.-(Speci:l.) --A latrget nlllll orf nlseotl froam Swamp creek sur'lprised ..r. and Mrs. Arthtur Cooper at their h111e alcross the river frolm Paradise last Saturday evenling. A pleasant tim \'was enjoyed in daine ing and i lcard t1s. Luncth was served about lidnieht. A nllmll bet lineltlen Were ill town this week, making slome changes and doing repalir woirtk for tile Thlompsonll Palls power line. Mrs. M. Whitie is here on a visit to her son, JToss. Ihler home is il (tla1 latin valley. Miss Iren(e a\'nenr and Miss Mar garet Ket'o1'in frot Plains visited at the homi e otf M1rs. 1l. I)lennis Monday. Miss Maudl MtTurnable left for Nez Perz', Vasth., Bla alty aterIinoon, to be present at lier sister's wetddting, which took lttle this week. Mrs. Chlthies Porter and her mother, Mrs. Rullfus SI t't'l', wenlt to Spokane Tuesday for sihort visit. Sami (raves, an employo at the Rutssell rittnch, rIel' id word Tltuesday night that Iis wile was litaken suld denly ill tiI their homel at Plains. Mr. Graves lilft on ith first trainl. Dr. ('onats from I'lains was.t hern Wednesdaly on pIrofessional bullsiness. Mrs. A. XV. Iluifrtan and Mrs. Julia Marley, flrnlltir residetnts of Paradise, ibut now living at Spttokane, are here visiting friends and relatives. The nmembers 'f lthe Fi(ve llundred club were elertrainetlld Thursday after noon at. t le home of Mrs. WV. E. Floyd. Honors at L(trds nllt to Mrs. Jess White and Mtrs. Denton Motffaltt. Lunch was served at the ctontclutsion of the game. Those present were: Mes dames Jess \Vhite, Terry, Johnson, Munchasuu, Moffatti, Willhutt, Maloy, M. WVhite, tlltlagoss, Brill, Skelton, Hague, F'ount:iin, ltarr ant ('Calkins. STEVENSVIL,LE NEWS Stevens\ill, April 5.-(Slpeciatl)-LTew M. (trntcthfiehld who Is trave:ilg for a Missoula firm arlved last night and will spend a few days hetre at tendting to 'husiness affairs fAr his compllany.- Mr. ('rutiohfield is meeting Illany former ac.qulainttances hiere that wert made when he formerly resided here. Cuithbert t la.t calle up from Mis soula last night anti is loolic.g after insurt.nre matteirs. Messrs. Jaslper ]vant, IR. P. Frlhicse and (Charles Anmos Buck retlurtni'l to th'eir htontet here this morning from spending at day on busintess in Mis soula. Mrs. Mary Hulbert, who 'has been 'vslting her parents. Mr. anti Mrs. S. S. Marks, will lea.ve for her now home In Edmonton, ('anada, ,tomorrow. Aaron 9lagle aind W. C. Cole left for Hamilton this morning and will sl-nel(l ;i. (.lltopll ' tl l' daL y 1Iy.' i oft htI. J.l II. \\'eikt , .\. .l \'eikitl. I. I. WVeikal an. l I,. I1. Itagh, of ceil c'idy, Pa., arriv.ed t ro thi~,s iiio'illlhg ld will 'takeo tipt their residhnce on tie (il City (.rchard tfl.act il i the Three Mi'ule diSIlrict. A pitaly c'insis.tling of II1)1. ,i. II. Io\':rd to iit , s u )i l, tll'. WI,. i, i (ras y (i r Ii,ig Timbertl , lr i. A s. l VHrkl, Iit()i t llhn,, Lee l.agel ;miw 1,. A. ltu .\tyle ar, in ltown t()day, bJeing lnadn algallnht h' led rillp'\y d I Ipartm'li I.t l Plll'ry 4tny l ,(ll, \ who Ais t'aileld to li "ili"s tn lenul t of 11 h sicknesli s (of h rs. wife s sister, Mrs. \illi i (hllark, slllt ed tl 1 to lls h(Mis ut tere tford y. A. r. ton t rors the condition of rsk. (lalrks t I t very serious .lid ifl t i rs. Sutt d lyell lit l' to rfi i' t.lr iissi i tHistli. Ivs. 1 V.and Mrs. \V. '. 'ull r'tl frso, tls BTiss 0)Ii' t'h Ilualttil A ire sitll g, tin shilr visil si tori . Il town this infrt CLINTON NOTES I'lin tnI A ril 5w (`I t' virl) - tir. It . ')wight rt itrnii lt nro 4tillnl Vallenty, Ills., Mlonday, her hs. e w)ientt with irh remans f Straig hth at It. )wigt Mrs. . wight f t is ins Wisconsin visiting relativs. Theid thoil sta tion n hlt Mialw:tuln( is c' o ll).ted anhd rhily stlort n)it dii nss. Mr. iiand Mt rs. t 'ii rtgi ' Itittitds were shopping In Mgissotiulta the fori part of the th V ek. Mrons. J.nd II en t('In ila Ar hills at tenhed a friealt's funeral ill Missu- l. Friday. Agent Mcin h ty of tt Norf hrnals It Sil'o wasin lissul ggisthursay o MArs. V. Martin returned from MIs soula Tlesda]y. AM1iss IatttiN 1 Mar'tin is visiting ill Mr. and Mrs. A. D, ].oho returncl from ltitter ]foist Sunday, where they weer visiting rela'htivs. 11oy lHughes went to Avery, Idaho, Wednesday, where he has secured ent ploylnwtt In th, roundhouse. 'Mrs. It. lrwight anti 'two sony spent Sunday with Mrs. Dwight's par(nts, Mr. qnid Mrs. Prescott Il In1issoula. Straight at 'It. There is no use of oln1 "h)'oting around the hush." \\'e mnight as well out with it first its lhist. 1VB want you to try ('hanlmerlain's cough MIte (ody the next time you have a nOugh or cold. Thsre Is no reaOl]n so far as wV can see why you should not do si-. !his preparation by its re(narkahhe cures has gained ai )orrld wide reputa tlion, and people everywhere speak of it in the highest ter'm.s of praise. It is for sale by all druggists. STATE HIGHWAY BOARD HOLDS FIRST MEETING III' Iin . : Aplrii l G. i.\ii l) Thr tat:tIl il~i llicty cunttiti lilit w as to' g:1ilizerd inl~ ity Ia I Ili I tal latn t ll untili A pril is. ouil,, Iý:ni in " a .\. tV. aultlion I chl lirit ul t :vill I'rol'nfs Kil a o if th I a tricul iura.l ( .colege \'ha'l~ l l'l l . t'h ir .i t 1n 1 '. dt .tig li.l 'l l tt of [)itll i 0 :lit o %is.i- (hilil I:lll. l 11 W as ill1 '' i l cl l 1'i r,"I',e ;Ie re 1 a l; itlla f l fa tio l ' I ;: f l qlu1 l uII; illl i i tl i s i ll,'s , Ii.i - gI 'lb r Iii l IIIh ~Inii l Iil iu l a I't rI tr ii g Wti do all kil lrh o vfild r fndlng. ihr I ill lilg. h ti It ',v h 1'hulr I on riNp on hacord. of a Dry la hi , 2.50 per loadg Cord Wohill, od, $3.50 per . loadi itlion ait "1 r I'ol" l ' I n it l a 1i 'fTilr ('illl ii :i n i $, low n 'ackalg . I 'efuse snl tlittli s. llistn ih li )lug o.l . FEED GRINDING We do all kinds of feed grinding. Full line of chops on hand. Dry Slabs, $2.50 per load. Cord Wood, $3.50 per load MISSOULA WOOD AND FEED YA'RD HALLING BROTHERS Both Phones 458. 125 W. Pine. Bateman Transportation Co. Stage and Auto Service be tween Ravalli and Poison c('oi.nUcts at ltlvmill with Northern I'. lfici tlraI ils l Iast l n west. ('on nocts at Il'olin with th. ltlondyke st, nio r. Itavall, Mlontu.ti. AUTO LIVERY Any Place on the Reservation Reasonable Rates. .Jt. ('. 1IA ,LIN, Prop. Telephone Ravalli Hotel I.eatdlqluartIrs, IRavall, iMolltana. IRA SALSBURY Auto Service Ravalli to Poison Headquarters, St. Ignatius FRANK LATIMER is still on the RAVALLI-POLSON AUTO STAGE LINE Ileadq uarters POLSON - - - MONTANA CLUB CIGAR STORE, POPULAR RESORT FOR MEN. MISSOULIAN HEADQUARTERS ALL PERIODICALS AND NEWSPAPERS FOR SALE W.B. M'Laughlin Proprietor HAMILTON, MONTANA IO)0 YOU t'ahl'ulat: to hIat \our house this If y t 1o " > ')t1 1n shilllld BSee REII), THE TINNER \v II, ., 4r':. 1ku Best Warm-Air Furnaces Made [n I nll h lh , l,- in Missoula 25 YEARS It1 l T'1 l. ::5. P tI':lt. . Street. II 'I - -- I- '-,t- et--- AUTO STAGE RAVALLI TO POLSON Steýens-Duryel, 7-Pa'ssenger Touring (ar Making Ithaily Tripls. J (il. I.)I.EI ITS, IProp. ,Meet-s 41 \Vtst-boundtl , and 42 East Careful Drivers R. G. HULL Auto Service RIavalli, Montana Daily trips across the reservation. First-class service. Careful drivers. AUTO STAGE RAVALLI TO POLSON Overland Car Passengers from 41 in the morning and makes 42 in the evening. Careful Drivers J. N. DUDLEY, Prop.