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ISSOULIAN CLASSIFIED ADS EERYWH ERE
______EVERYWHERE EVERY DA Daily Puzzle NEVERI "Since you bought your touring car," "Sir," said Smith, all swelling up Said Joes to Smith one day, Just like a poisoned toad. "Don't you miss your friends, old chap? "Never do, 1 miss my friends You go alone each day." If they get in the road!" Find another friend. Answer to yesterday's puzzle - Upper left corner down, nose at right shoulder. Classified Advertising Rates Per werd, each time ............... 1 cent Per line, per month ..........75 cents All ads must be ordered for a stated length of time. Orders for ads to be taken out must be in the office before 8 p. m. Minimum Charge, 15 Cents. HELP WANTED-MALE. MIL2SKER TO MILK 20 TO 25 COWS. 8594 black. WANTED - 130Y OVER SIXTEEN years of age; must have bicycle. Apply Western Union Telegraph Co. HELP WANTED-FEMALE. GOOD GIRL FOR G(ENERAL HOUSE work; 438 University avenue. GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK Call mornings, 212 South Fifth street west; Mrs. H. T. Forbis. WANTED--MITYDI.E AGED WVOMAN as housekeeper on ranch; small fam ily. E. B. Crawford, 'Mullan, Idaho. COMPETENT STENOGRAPHER - must be experienced and capable of doing other office work. X. Y. Z., :Missoulian. SITUATIONS WANTED-FEMALE. DAY WORK. IND. 2368. WOMAN ' WANTS DAY WORK. Bell 551. WOMAN WANTS WORK. BY THE DAY; 328 South Fourth street west. WORK BY THE DAY; GOOD REF erenceS if required. F. P., Missou I lian. WANTED-CURTAINS TO LAUN der. Satisfaction guaranteed; 716 Harrison. Ind. phone 1440. SITUATIONS WANTED-MALE. BAI1KER, TEN YEARS' EXPERI ence, wishes change. Age, 33; mar ried; handled country bank alone. References. Address H. S., Missou Han. SITUATIONS WANTED. MAN AND WIFE WANTS WORK BY day. Call Bell 32.6 black between 5 and 6 o'clock ,p. m. HELP WANTED. WANTED-ELDERLY COUPLE TO look after small house; 1312 West Cedar. GET A GOVERNMENT JOB; LIST of positions free. Franklin insti tute, Dept. 209 C, Rochester, N. Y. MEN AND WOMEN TO. LEARN barber trade in eight weeks; special inducements now; percentage paid while learning; tools free; secured over 10,000 positions 1911; graduates earn $15 to $25 weekly; catalogue free. Moler System of Colleges, 226 Main avenue, Spokane. Wash. WANTED-SALESMEN. SALESMAN; EXCELLENT OPEN ing with oldest, strongest nursery west of Rockies; our terms are 5( per cent more liberal than those ol any other reliable nursery; get besi cash returns from your work by connecting with us; write today The Woodburn Nurseries, ,Wood burn, Ore. Drawer 21. FOR RENT-RANCH. TEN ACRES, 300 FRUIT TREES; close to city. See J. H. Downey, 530 East Cedar. BOARD AND ROOM BOARD AND ROOM. 242 S. THIRD MONEY At 8% To lean on improved city and farm property with extremely liberal privilegee f repayment. Prompt ntlen. Price & Matthew Basemenidt 'f-Montana Building EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES. WESTERN EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. THE EMP. BUREAU,, 220 HIGGINS avenue: room 7: 122 red; Ind. 647. RELIABLE HELP FURNISHED promptly. Missoula Emp. Co., phones 458. FOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS. 127 SOUTH FIFTH WEST. 227 SOUTH FOURTH WEST. REASONABLE. 211 WEST SPRUCE. FOR RENT-ONE PLEASANT ROOM 422 West Spruce. TWO NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS. 542 South Fourth west. CLEAN. COMiFORTABLE ROOMS by day or week. 335 W. Spruce. COZY HOT-AIR HEATED ROOM. 315 East Front; refe.rences required. LARGE FRONT ROOM, MODERN; reasonable; 287 Suoth Second street. THREE FURNISHED ROOMS WITH bath at 516 East Front street; phone, 254 red. WANTED-MISCELLANEOUS. WATCH ASTORIA GROW. PLOWING OR ANY KIND of TEAM work. 424 orange. WAFTED-CLEAN, WHITE COT ton rags at The Missoulian office. W1AINTED-SEtCOND-HAND SACKS; will also -buy a good horse. Day Produce company, WANTED AT ONCE-TWO-YEAR old Bronze turkey gobbler. Fred Zeh care Missoulian office. OUISEKEEPING ROOMS FOR RENT 415 WEST PINE. 612 WEST PINE. 301 NORTH SECOND. 147 SOUTH FIFTH WEST. MODERN, 404 EAST SPRUCE. 411 WEST PINE. DOWNSTAIRS. LOWER FLOOR; CLOSE IN. 519 Alder. TWO ROOMS, $10. 736 SOUTH Fourth. F U RNISHED HO1.SEK.EEPING rooms. 301 Edith street. TWO AND THREE ROOM HOUS'E keeping suites newly kalsomined and stained, 705 East Cedar street. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. STOCKS ANID BONDS BOUGHT and sold; companies incorporated for $25. Rosenbaum & Co., 261 Haight building, Seattle, Wash. FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE FOR A CLIENT, HIS EQUITY IN two five-acre tracts, School addi tion, 'Missoula, suitable for building or truck gardening. W. E. Moore, 310-311 Montana block. FURNISHED HOUSES FOR RENT. NEWLY FURNISHED FLAT. J. W. Beard, 412, Cottonwood. FOUR-ROOM NICELY FURNISHED flat., 327 East Front. TWO-ROOM HOUSE ON 80-FOOT lot. Inquire 1606 South Fourth. MODERN THREE OR FOUR ROOM house; nice lawn; 346 Stephens Ave. NICELY FURNISHED MODERN flat, 322 South Sixth street east. In quire 317 West Spruce. FLORIST. FLOWERS, FUNERAL DESIGNS, decorations for weddings, etc.; write wire or phone, Bell 769; Ind. 2726; I have no up-town store and. no big expense. It pays be tu give you the benefit. Anderson's Greenhouse. WOOD SAWING. FOR STRATTON'S WOODSAW leave orders at Bonner's grocery. Bell 114. FOR PROMPT WOOD SAWING Missoula Wood Yard; phone 468. or leave orders at Henley-Eigemaa'R. FOR SALE-CITY REAL ESTATE. NEAT, CLEAN, FOUR-ROOM MOD ern cottage, furnished, cheap. 618 Plymouth. FOR SALE - 3-RO'OM HOUSE; 2 lots; bearing fruit; also breaking cart and chickens; 1312 W. Cedar. BUILDING SITES AT YOUR OWN price; close in; small payment. I need the money. Write Mrs. M. LI Even, Miesoula. FOR SALE - SMALL BUNGALOW on Greenough Park; large, sleeping porch; lights and water; less than cost. Phone 932 red. MONEY TO LOAN WE MAKE FARM LOANS; LOW rate of Interest. Try us. R. M. Cob ban Realty Co. AT EIGHT PER CENT ON CITY property, 3 to 7 years' time. Can be repaid in easy monthly payments. Oscar Crutchfield, 204 Higgins ave. MONEY TO LOAN-$500,000 FOR farm and business property in Mis soula, Ravalli, Flathead. Sanders, Lincoln, Granite and Powell coun ties, available for loans on and after June 1. If in need of a loan send for application and tell us what you want. Rates of interest will be reas onable. R. M. Cobban Realty Co., 69 and 70 Higgins block, Missoula, Mont. MUSIC STUDIO. GEO. L. COBBAN'S MUSIC STUDIO, violin, mandolin and guitar taught. Lessons 50c; see my free instru ments. 111 South Third west; Bell phone 508 black. HATTER. PANAM!A STRAWS, FEIT HATS cleaned and blocked. Hat Box. STORAGE. GENERAL STORAGE - EVERY thing on earth; expert packing and crating. J. W. Reely, 734 West Cedar: both phones. FOR SALE-RANCHES CHEAPEST IMPROVED FIVE acres in Orchard Homes; 15 minutes walk from car line.; price $1,500.00. Address M. P., Missoulian. FOR SALE--40, 20, 10, FIVE AND one-acre tracts; first-class soil and water; close to Ronan. For partic ulars, write or see O. C. Lee, box 61, Ronan, Mont. 160-ACRES, IMPROVED. FIVE miles from railroad; about 50 acres under cultivation; good water right and barns and other buildings- good plastered four-room house; $45 per acre. Address Fred Gustavson, Nine Mile, Mont. FOR SALE OR RENT. ORCHARD HOMES FOR SALE AND for rent. Fayette Harrington; phone 722 black, or 15 Higgins block. HIDES AND JUNK. WESTERN HIDE AND JUNK CO. pays the highest prices for hides, furs and junk. 511-27 West Main street: Bell 1068 red: Ind. 1710. STRAYED. STRAYED FROiM MY RANCH, TW\\ 1bay geldings and one black mare; weight, about 1,200 lbs. each. Proper reward to party notifying me of their whereathtouts. W. P. Ryan, Ovando, Mont. FOR SALE-ROOMING HOUSE FOR SALE-DINING ROOM AND kitchen furniture and fixtures and place to rent; best location and good business. Riverside hotel, River side, Bonnert Mont. CARPET WEAVING. CARPET WEAVING; ALSO INGRAIN rugs. Nasts, 1018 Cooper street; ohone 2252 Ind. PASTURE. WILL TAKE STOCK FOR PAS'I'Tl'tl at DeSmet. Address C'aple's ranch. R. 2. AUCTIONEER. K. L. KIRKHART, AUCTIONEER, 128 West Cedar. Res. phone 188 black: office 75 black. CARPET CLEANING. WITH A MAGIC ELECTRIC VA cuum cleaner there, is no such thing as house cleaning time; your house is always clean. For sale or rent. 101 E. Cedar street; phone 692 red. POULTRY POULTRY RAISERS-YOI'R t II11'K en houses, laying and setting boxes can be made free from lice by using drip oil. Gus plant, Bell 563-2; 745 River. FOR SALE-"FAULTLESS" HOU dans; this strain 'has egg-bred from trapnest records since April 1890; I have bred them 21 years for great layers and 12 years for large size chalk-white eggs; these fowls are extremely hardy; have neither down nor wattle to freeze and are the best of all winter lays in open front coops; "Faultless" strain Houdans have won every blue ribbon at New York, Boston, Chicago and Philadel phia shows for the past six years; eggs and stock sold on honor; send 10c for the largest illustrated poul try catalogue ever issued; it tells you how to breed these fowls, which average 250 eggs a year apiece; it tells you how to net $3,000 a year from 100 hens. E. F. MacAvoy, secre tary Houdan club. Cambridge, N. Y. HOSPITALS. T.RINITY HOSPITAL, 817 WOODY; modern and up-to-date. Bell ohonA 211 black. HAIR GOODS. TWELVE YEARS IN THE MANU facturing of hair goods; three years in MIssTula; all work guaranteed. Phone Bell 1022 red; Wellington Bennett, 835 South Sixth west. Look for this ad every Tuesday. DRE.88MAKING. GOOD DRESSMAKING, REASON able. Mrs. Stuart, 632 South Fourth weat, . . FOR RENT Two fine ranches, .near Mis soula. Several homes in city. O. B. S. ORR Bell Phone 270 Open evenings-Phone. FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS. SOIL, $2.00 LOAD. IND. 2533. SETTING HENS; 315 E. FRONT. BALED HAY IN CARLOADS. GEO. F. Brooks. THREE GOOD COAL RANGES. 704 River street. DRIVING CA'RRIAGE. 422 S. 4TH \V. THREE GOOD COAIL RANGES; 704 River street. FIRE INSURANCE. W. P. SMITH, 217 Stevens street. $35 BABY IBUGGY $10. CA1AL 934 Vine; Bell 814 rod. PAINT BARGAINS TODAY AT Kellogg Paint Co.'s sale. EARLY ROSE SElf:l POTATOES, 50c hundred. Ind. phjon 1340. 600 M'INTOSH TIIEI.C AT IREDI 'ED prices. Thos. 1'. Street. OLD PAPERS FOR SALE AT MIS soulian office: 20c a hundred. BESR I'POTATOES:. 25 CENTS 1'PE. hundredweight. '1,I1. 85161 black. (OAK ( 'UPBOARI)D .\NI) SIX-i'o( (T (lining table. 314I South Sa ondl. ALL KINI)S OF IlOiTall IlTMBIER at Hayes spur. I'aird & 11arper. DRY SLABS, $2.50 PER LOAD. Missoula Wood Yard; phone 458. NEW AND SECOND-HAND AUTO mobiles. Overland Garage, E. Main. FOR SALE--,'FOLI tNG iBED AND center tables, cheap. 422 Vest Spruce. FOR SALEr-ELtE:CTRIC VIBRATOR.t cheap; Moore, Ilammond block; phone 1084. SECOND-HAND WAGONS AND harnesses at Stinger's barn, South Pattee street. SECOND-HAND SINGER SEWING machines, $5 and up. Hoyt-Dickin son Piano Co. FOR SALE CHEA I'-)NE GENTLE bay horse; weight about 1,200. 245 East Rallroad ,street. TWO YOUNG, GENTLE MARES and two geldings; all work single, double and ride. 1033 Phillips. 30 DINING ROOM CHAIRS, COST Ing $4.50 each, going at $1.50 each, at tihe Benton Hlouse, "11 West Cedar. 11EO; 5-PASSNN('EiRt; EX]'E(ICl,lENT rcpair; god tires, to., .windshield; lights; 3 extra tubes. L, 1. Il, Msllan. ITURPEI~'S EXTRA EARL'Y SIX weeks seed potatoes; white and good yielders. F. 1t. Jamison, 8571 black. TIMOTIIY HAY FiRI HORSES: also clover for cows. $11 iand $12 ton. Phone Ind. 1483; Bell 896; 33;1 North Third. 20 BOX-TOP SIEWING MACHINES, $5 up to $10; drop heads, all kinds, $10 up to $25. Singer Sewing .11a chine 'o., 118 East C('dar. FIRINITURE', NE1W AND SECONID hand; 1 lay highest prices for scc ond-hand household goolds. Hans Jensen, 125 VWest Main; 819 black; Ind. 1754. NATIONAL CASH! REIISTERS AND suplllies, fireproof safel's, bl1ank saf(es, scales, show Iases, trail(de chetk s, cheese cutters and cabinets; t so have on hlan at all tillls second 1hand typewriltrs, safes, registers and scales. If interLsted llquire "r call at WVordIen's store, Higgins ave. FOR RENT-HOUSES. LOWER 5-ROOM FLAT. 317 S. 3RD. Bell 546 black. FIVE-ROOM MODERN HOUSE. 643 South Fourth west. EIGHIT-ROOM MODIERN HOUSE. 640 Brooks street. 4-ROOM MhlI)DERN FLAT; GAS AND coal range. 502 E. Front. ONE LOWER APARTMENT. CUR ran flats. Phone 13:1 black. FoUilit-RO(M FLAT., 423 WEST Cedar. Inquire Wildlsor Ihotl. FIVE-ROOM IHOUTSIE, 329 WEST Spruce. Inquire 325 West Splrce. FIVE-ROOM MODERN; RANGE, shades and linoleum. 607 North Fourth. SEVEN-ROOM MODEIRN HOUSE: South Second. Inquire Knowles' residence; Bell 86. BOWLAND APARTMENTS - BEST in city; one lower and one upper. Wheeldon-'Rossl Co. SIX ROOMS IN CYR APARTMENTS; steam heat, hot water. 347 South Fourth west; Bell 452 black. 7-ROOM MODERN HOUSE; FUR nace heat, barn, trees; a splendid home, close in. 519 S. 3rd St. THREE-ROOM HOUSE PARTLY furnished; near end of university car line. Inquire 227 South Fourth west. FOlt TtINT A I'IVE-RItO( M MOI)EIRN house, two 'blocks flrom HIigglns avenue:; big yard. Apply, Kohn Jew elry coml lany SIEVEN-ROOM BRICK 1101T:S, 536 East Main, after May 1. Illackfoot Land Co., Glasscock & Morrell, 31-32 Higgins block. FOR RENT-STOREROOM STORE ROOM, GOOD SIZE, GOOD location. Inquire Union Market TURIKISH BATHS. TURKISH, RUSSIAN VAPOR AND plain baths, 131 West Front; satis faction guaranteed. Phone Bell J S. FOR HATCHING. 16 ROCK EGGS $1. 1110 hwest. BUI iW R. EGGS AND BABY R. C. Smith. K SS WHITE ORPING to i( 808 West Pine. B1 WYANDOTTES, 1.00 PER 13. S~i.Ud I1, 730 North Fourth. PU.Es$RED S. C. BROWN LEG horn eggs at Deerings, Route 3. WHITEm WYANDOTTE ECGIS; $2. Bisbee Bros. Phone 8621 black. QUALITY R. I. RED EGGS. CtTROM well, 804 black; 146 Woodford street. FOR SALE-EGGS FOR HATCHING. Fishel strain Wlite Rock, $1 for 15. 8482 black. INDIAN RI'NNER )t't'K IEGS IRl't sale, $1.00 for 13. 311 .,uth Sixthl street east; plho)ne 346 red. EGGS FOR HATCIING - ROSE Comb Rhode Island Reds. G(eo. \V. McGee, 1540 South Fifth west. FROM OUR SILVER C('1' \WIN ners, Singl Comb \White neghorns, Garden City Poultry yard, 16-14 South Fourth west. SINGLE COME . tI'F'F ORtI'ING'I'ON eggs. $3 for 15; M. 13. turkey eggs, Fishel strain, $4 per 7. Mrs. Rob ert King, Florence, Mont. SINGEI. COMBI WHITE AND) III.OWN Leghorn eggs for hatching, fromn Irize winning birds of both ikinds; $1.00 per setting; special prices pler 100. Phone 947 black; 720 South Fifth weg... BI.UE JACKET STRAIN BARlllRIE) Plymouolth Roc'k eggs; top prize win ners. This maling will prodtuce ex hIibition pu)llets; $3.50 for 15 eggs. Henry Tripp, 1002 S. 6th W. Phone 785 black. SIN(;1.1 ('i031I W\V IT'I'I: 1.1 It1 ii; babhy chicks, 10 cents oacth, re:d)l April 3e'; Dorris-l an' was straiin; eggs for hatching. llaby chicks foir w\eeki s adl. 2: 'e ntI s ,;h1. Atdlrc ss )or phI)el Mrs. Hllnry .\. Ti:ayLr., (tI it)\\) sd Stuck ranch, li teario llt. Mont. EDUCATION. INTI:INATIONA I ('(1,1H'SI'ON1 ) cei' sc'hoolis, (. A. Ilishee, loina mnIiiager; it. & A. building; Hell 1)phone 6' 9 black: 1'. i). box 1407. TO TRADE. WVl l, TRI A II, ((0 (i), \VI,:II,-IM' \ed Illtich, len 'i ily, wiith gol c'lip in for ('eslid'l i' properly. Al dress, II. I., Allesoulin. BONDS ilONDSi -\'W \VlrITI' litNI) S. 'TIY its. It. M. ('iiohbin Ili.e lty Co. Administrator's Notice of Sale of Real Estate. Notice is hlereby given ithlt ii pur snll lII'e to i ll idri er ofil the II lstl ' t'o)tll' I Ih ' the ollnty of Ilthe( i, stiii,. ofll A](111:111nn, noble on the Ilth day oft) t onil ' h li ill i 'xed iof' the estii' il' Il l'Ii I llnr iI to l'ih (lili -n (tl l i,(iililir', fih , lherei.'inaler llniltoned, niil subject tol trlict court, on mai after l .'lty, the 5th day 'of May, 1913, iall thie right, title. interiest tand estate of sh. ni Rich-i lof his deathlll, andll ill l .the right, tit ln(l nllterlestl l r sual . dl 'sl ate ais y( o wrirition of lbyw, the . i -if ,-isi ne uluircd other othan olr ini t ndtmllion tii that of the said y i -har1 ('ha'les (':t1h , dicitosed, at tih' Iiie of llill11 death, Iln Mlissouila, sta1111 of Mult-n11a, anil mova l oits li.n i l ri hl iruiit-y-threei (21) nid t(weII- fIou'r (24) of hliek 1iiiiii hered fortl -ilseven (47) iin t.lt' tourn of Souilth Alr Is ii ( I ' i 0 pailrt ofhl the flow on flb :ilnd of recorIh d in the of('file liilcounty,. 31'il111 n . li i 'Tl'erms : td c'onditions of sale: Ten l',er cent of purchlila'. e noney to e pul lil liust b' in writing u. ul may Ie left at llllll IW(,li v mill r ( 'i2u ti nll ii lliilalr l li' I nl tl office of shi ll vt d liln lstrat or In oo 5, Niffsinger llock, Kainltspell, Mllnt., mt -lny lll I after .lthe first pub liel ion of this notc'e ln beforth e lthe' Wi. N. N ll i(SIN TIPR,r Admilnist rator if li liho lds non e' Ill h ill An-exed Iof the i'stite of ltieIard ('lh i'les ('ap, .Deihl s(id. HANS WNA i 'II LI, Attorney for Admini ilstrator. Dalind A ril 14, 1913. 4-17 i f.-3I Ile. Summons. In thi dislrift court of Ih I t oi rth juditell distlrit of the, state of .1~.ln tana, in and for Ithe coutlvy of' M1i: soulal. Frank A. We'st. plaintiff, vf rus Barbara, West, defindanf*t. 'The State of Monlltana sends ure''t, Ingf to the ove iV( llntllll(fd de'f('lenldi 't: Youit are tifrfeby fsumm(fffoned to nisf ffr tif'' 'omplainit in this actiont which is ilifd 111i the off le f tlhe l'e'.frk of thli coUrt, U colf y off' f flitf h if h'erewith srve(1. uponl y(ou, andf't to rfile your IfII swer and s(irve ai ctopy thereof 1tupon the plaintiff*s attorney wihin "p days aftfer thef se.rvlcet i of thifs sif IIIII IIonS, (' - 'tluiV('e of tfII da:fy of 'service:'l alid In oast- of your failure to app-ar" (it- rn . tswer, judgllment will be taken against ,youf by default. for the relief tldetanitl e.d in thet coill'llft int. ''this action Is broughl t t1fo secure ''il absolute t(divorce, tltro f tif,: d fetlndaitt ItlirfrlL. \'West, oll the gromundl (If afdil tery, I tlhat ithe- s t ifdef·n iiiint o , to wit, the 17th day ofI May. 19111, fntf mitted iadultery with onte fialeff.h,, and therefaftefr at sutndry and dlf'iels tinfes alfd ptitaes did 'coinrit adultery with sundry and divers rni f who.se name fare unknliown to plaftintiff', with out the' knowledge of the plainti ff, :it the timlll', illnd withoult ainy connivance' or I'proclur('emIllent on his part. "Vitl'ness y hatnld and thie seal of said coulirt, this 21st dlay of April, A. I). 1913. THOS. P. CONION, (Seal) ('lerk,'. By WV. II. IPIRRIIeOlI. Deputy (lerk. JAMES LT. WALLACE, Attorney for Plaintiff. 4-2?-30-5-G--13 SOCIETY DIRECTORY WOODMEN OF THE WORLD. CAMP NO. 73-Meets the second and fourth Friday nights of each month Odd Fellows' hall annex. C. F. HEIRMAN, C. C. J. E. ABBEY, Clerk. 521 Harris street. KNIGIHTS OF COLUMBUS, MIS SOULA COUNCIL NO. 1021-Meets 1i Odd Fellows' hall, first and third Thursday evenings of each month. JOIHN H. TOLAN, Grandl Knight D. W. FITZPATRICK, Fin. See. MISSOULA LODGE. NO 13, A. F. & A. M.-negulai meetings first and third Tuesdays in Masonic temple. Sojourn ing brethren cordially invited. ROBERT N. HIEALL,. W. M. F. 1'. SQUIRES, Secretary. WESTERN SUN CHAPTER, NO. 11, R. A. M.-Meets first and third Fri days of each month In Masonic temple H. L. JOIHNSON, Ii. P. S. H. M'CAI,1. Secretary. HIARMONY LO1) IE NO 49, A. F. & A. M.-Meets is K. of P. hall. E. Front street Regular conunincations, 1S1 and 3rd Mondays Visiting members are especially invited GEO. P. PORTER, W. M. C. R. AVERY, Secretary. O. E. S. EI,,CTA CHIAPTR, NO. 7-Meets tirst and third Thursdays of each month Is Masonic temple. Visitors espeD cially welcome. MIRS. EA Lt TRAIIRD, W. M. JAMES La. WAl.l.AC'E, W. P. MI-RS. WM. 13. lIE.I., Secretary. O(. E. S. EMMANITEL CHAP T'liR. No). 14--itegulnr meetings V second iland fourth i Wednesdaya if each month at 8:00 p. m., In Masonic temple. Visiting members ccrdilaly invited. MIRS. AILICE A. KE.IlEY, W. M. MAY WVAIRNERI. Eecretary. MISS(lTtA ARIRIE NO. 32, F. O. B. -Meets first and third Tuesdays of each month at 8:00 p. m.. at Eagles hall, West Matri J.. W . IRI. L. ,. P'r.,.ident. J. 8. A. tA, UI I. 8,,ri.tary. UNIT'lEI) AIRI'ISANS--Meets every second Thursday at Odd Fellows' hall annex at it 1. nm. 1E. J. \WEIIGHITMAN, M. A. S. L. )IUNIIAM, Secretary. MTSSOUILA CAMP, NO. 5329, M. W. A.--Regular meetlings first and third Mondays at 8 p. ni.. 1.. O. O. . hall. A MACEI, consul. HENRY Bl,AKI.ELY, Clerk. 127 1i lggins Avenue. II()A l, II(i lll A N DI-)IS-"-licgular meetings first and third lThursday of each imonth at 8 I1. it., in I. I), O. F. annex. tilnsman Win. sliieock, T. I'.. F'. T'. Korn, Secretary-Treasurer, 120 Madlson street. LOYAL OR DiD) --Mv(('tH llt & 3d Tiunlra dary evening month at S p. in. at hail. 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I TBy .atisfe'try evh'neK ' prll'esu tll to Atil' cuIIIIIIrsI , it o tha' hIIto(l mIlal' to appear that -'rllT e First Nation l li N k of \.ll E .,uln," lonoted in ithe tow of Missoula, in the comity of Miss,, lla :1nd11 the .state If 1 Montana, hasi complied wlllh all the provisions of tihle t of icol grss lll"t nll t le Na-l thlolll llalnklhg lassllna tio n lto extcndll thlir coiirporate ,xisltenl', aIt for otIher puirposs.," upprovild July 12, 1902. 11s aminil ;et bI y the a t, ulllprov tl April 12, 1902; NoW, therefore, I, Thomas 1'. Kan, deputy iand acting moilltrollehr of the ci'urrcy, Ido hereby e.rt'ify Niat "The ,irst National Iai-k of Missoula," lo catld in the town of Missoula, in the county of .11issoula and state of Mon tlan, Is authorizqd to have succession for the period specified hi its amended article of association: namely, until the, close of business on April 10, 1933. In testimony whrveof witness my hand and seal of office this 11th day of April 1913, (Seal) T. P. KANE, Deputy and Acting Comptroller of the t'hater irNo. 2100. Extension No. 1157. 4-17 to 5-16. TRADE. Vacant lots for improved property. Party will pay or assume difference up to $1,500. HOVERSON & STEPHENS 202 Higgins Ave. Basement. PHONES: Bell, 203 Independent, 2314 MISSOULA TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK Missoula, Montana Capital ..................... .....200,000 Surplus and Profits ................ 50,000 Officers J. M. KEITH ........................President S. J. COii FEE ............Vice President A. R. JACOIIS ........................Cashier IH. C. (;IDIINGS..........Asst. Cashier Directors J. M. Keith, S. J. Coffee, J. R. Daily, G. T. Mc('ullough, P. J. Kline, A. R. Jacobs, Kenneth Ross. We pay 3 per cent per annum on Savings Deposits. WESTERN MONTANA NATIONAL BANK Missoula, Montana UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY c('A 'ITA T, ...............................$200,000 SU P1'1AIS FUND .................. 50,000 G. A. W'(TF .................President JOIHN ('. I,IEllSOU....Vice President J. 11. T. ItY MAN ...................Cashie.r DireCtors John G. Mlorony, M. A. Fisk, G. A. 'Wof, John C'. Lehsou, F. H. \V'mly, J. 1t. T. 11yman. A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED SCANDINAVIAN AMERICAN STATE BANK Missoula, Montana United States Depository for Postal Savings Fund TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS Traveihrs' chelcs, drafts and letters of credit a\vlile toin all parts of the world. Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent. Interest Paid on Savings Accounts and Certificates of Deposit. TO TRADE l k.-ronn hbous. in the best rosidlnce part of l:iiilton for a ritside,.e tin Missoula. (Ita-tenclh terest in a large ,rchnrld, :l|; alres; what have you to r:tle ftor it. A SNAP. Twenty lots In the Rlvers.de ad dillail; Just one mitlt from bridge; llparty le -ving Missoula; must sell; FOR RENT. alloe se\It ailnd oei' eight-room BLACKFOOT LAND CO. Glasscock & Morrell, Higgins BIk. Suburban Home ive, nio lots, arranged with ch'cken houses and yards; only three blks fromll Hesidence addl thmi car lineh , with a Is.nutiful 4 roiom nodhrn home; fruit, shade, _shlllbblr.y, :n\\n and garlden. Bluy this plIae aond have lots of room. I P'rice for all .. .....................12, 25' 0 Taylor & Pearson (02451) Notice for Publication. Iilparilnient of thil Interior, Unlted Sltattes land offl' at Missoula, Mon taUin , April 21, 1913. Not leI Is hereby given that William (loihl, of llan in, Slontlana, who, on JIly 2., 1910. maIlldeI homelll.steai entry No. 02454, for list 1-215 for the west half' of the west luill of the north west gnl tIIrtr of the llorthllast quarter, wVi'st ohll' of the norlthwest quarter of the oluthwest iquartr of the. northeast (It t rter, oeast half of the nortllheast qlrter lof the llsouthel ast quarter of the nlorthwst.. u alrter, southeast quarter If the southeast ,ularte.r of the north west qualrle'r. Iast half of thle north east Illuarterl of th(e southwest lquarter, southeast otart'jr of the northwest _.lutrter of~ the northeast quarter of the s1,twielll\.st illquarter', (east half of the southlihvest quarter of the northeast lqirtor of l tlI, sltthwst lt quarter, east half If the, slluthelbtst quarter of the s.ulhwest qluarter, east half of the w,-It half iof the stouthoast quarter of tlhl su1lth\vest quarter, section 26, tIw,\lhiil 11 II orth, range 17 west, .Montala Inertlilll, has filed notice o( inte.ntionll to make final five-year proof under old law, to establish claim to the land above descrllbed, before reg IIte'r ild r~eceiver ,of United States hlnd offi e lIt Mllssouia.i Montana, on tln 2,1 day of June, 1913, C('lalinant natl's as witnesses Wil iInm ('. ltighes of (ti'nton, Montana:; John tilliser of lnitaI, Montana; liar ry t' :illirt el l' f issloula, Mlollo tallna; Ed dy Younlig iof Missioulla, Montana. .lttSIAII SitULL, Register. 4-22 tio 5-21 (03499) Notice for Publication. Unlited States land office, Missoula, Montaiia. April 7, 1913. Notice is herebIty given that Robert SM. ('Ihllilanl, whose lnoSt''ffltce address Is :Missoula, Mllntana, has this 7th day of April, 1913, filed in this office his alplication to select under the provlisions of sections 2306 and 2307, IR. S., the lot 1, section 6, township 13 northl, range 18 West, Montana merl dhian. Any and all persons cletm!nng ad versely tile lands described, or desir inlg to llobject because of the mineral chlaractetr If the land, or for any other reason, to the disposal to applicant, shloull file ,their affidavits of nrotest in this office, on or before the 12th day of May, 1913. JOSIAtI SHULL, Reglster. 4-10 to 5-9 Inc. MISSOULIAN WA.NT ADS BLkING QUICK RESULTS.