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TWICE-A-DA Y CLASSIFIED ADS oCARRY YOUR MEAD
Daily Puzzle
I
Thirty-twn years ago today eight men \\were indlictd inl Washingtona, T. C.,
in star routes' caset, for Iefrauding the government in mail sOervice-.[litrch 4
1882. Find one of thel conspirators.
Answer to yaestrday's Itpuzzle- --Ilsi wnl in gown.
Anllswer to yesterday's puzzle- UIps
Classified Advertising
Rates
Per word, each day ..................$ .02
Per line, per week .................. .40
Per line, per month .......... 1.00
All ails mast he irdered for a
stated length of time.
Orders for lads to he taken o1t1
must he in the office before 1 p. In.
for afternoon paptier and S p. m. for
morning paper.
Minimum Charge, 20 Cents.
HELP WANTED-MALE.
MIFSOUTLA hRAILWVAY TMAILT, EXA1
inations corning; $7. ntllh; samlnple
questions free. l'ranklin Institute,
Dept. 215-1, ochesster, N. Y.
HELP WANTED-FEMALE.
GIRL F'Ol t GlaNIlCI II[' I\OtlK;
2:11 South I'ifth east.
WANTED--(COTM PtI:TENT C(Ot,(AREI)
girl for second work. 312 East
Pine.
WANTED- SICOND I lltl,. 731 I'NI
versity avenllu. Apply aftoroons,
hbetween 2 and 4.
HELP WANTED
CHAMBERMAID, $30: cf IRlS ,O,1
housework, $20 to $30, and other
help wanted at The l.:mpliyment
Buretau, 212 Higgins; phonlo 1122.
SALESMEN WANTED
SALESMAN WANTED - A BTUSI
ness worth while and an opportun
Ity to build a business of your own;
cash weekly. Address Capital City
Nursery Co., Salem, Oregon.
SITUATION WANTED-MALL
MAN WANTS OD1) JO1Sr OR .ANY
kind of work by the day or hour.
Phone 1917 bla(ck.
WORK AT 'CLEA.NIN( Ol PI.OLISH
ing floors, or general hollse cleaning.
Call Bell 794.
IMAN WANTS WORK AT ODD JOBS;
expert house cleaner aind furnace
man. Call Bell 1122
SITUATIONS WANTED-ODD JOBS
for university students; 25c per
hour. Phone Bell 25.
MAN WANTS \WORK;: HOUSE
cleaning, walls cleaned, floors pol
ished, rugs cleaned: iy ur1()11, day or
contratct: estlimatea cheerfully given.
Phone 917 black.
WISCIONSIN DAIRY MAN W\ANTS
position as working ltllnager onl
good dairy ranch. \\Will work on
salary or percentage. II III. Harms,
room 108, Shlpardl hotel.
EXPERIENE ED OR(CHARD)IST DIE
sires position "s foremann or man
ager of an orhelard: caphle of tak
ing charge of any size orchard: ref
erences. W\. C. Mahton. Victor, Monlt.
SITUATIONS WANTED - FEMALE.
WORK BY DAY. "505 .AC('K,
WOMAN WANTS \WORK HY DAY
or hour; 4917 black.
CURTAINS LAltND)ERi. MRS. E.
Ilaskin,. 745 South IF'ifth street west.
P'hone 520 red.
WANTED --B Y EXI'ERIENCI.ED
waitress, position in hotel or restau
rant. ('. S., care Missoulian.
WANTED-CURTAINS TO LAUN
der; satisfaction guaranteed. Call or
drop postal to 701 South First street.
YOUNG tLAI)Y STENAOGtl;A.'lll,.p,
with three years' rexplerience, desires
position; icani furllish good refer
ences. Address MA. 21., care 2Missou
tlan.
TO TRADE.
EQUITY IN ILAfCKI'EOOTlr RANCH;
good water right; some tlmner; for
work horses. I,. N., Missoulian.
WANTED TO TRADE I OOD())t) WORK
team, weight 2.400 lpounds, for mare
or gelding, weight 1 ,600 pounds or
1.700. Ira C. Watson. Florence, Mont.
HIDES AND JUNK.
WESTERN HIDE AND JUNK CO.
pays the highest prices for hides.
furs and junk. 511-27 West Main
street. Ind. 1710: Bell 1068.
BOARD AND ROOM.
BOARD AND ROOM. 222 PATTEE.
FOR SALE-CITY REAL ESTATE.
TWO\V LOTS, T'RIIRI-IR lILOCKS FROM
car line. Address (., Slissoulian.
FIRST-CLASS FIVE-ROOM MOD
erl bungalow\s, close ill; also five
room modern o11)5ls, fine barn,
chi]ckeni house, tIwo Ilts, fenced; easy
Iterms .iApply F'. A. Mills, 808 Rollins
street, or plhone 1001.
iCII'AP, It'. TA'KEN S1tN, "SEVIEN
23-foot losR in chnice fruit trees,
T)D ly Iv m lili├Żli: one and one-nRalf
blocks from lit' line: wire netting
fence; good stl; smiiill Rhnock; Walter
in; good place' for clhilens. ]n
quire (124 Liver street.
FOR SALE OR TRADE.
(I 'II.A.\P, SEVI\EN-IIn()M MOD .RN
house; ,thickeii hoases, tIarn: 1one
and1t onie-i;half :lres; close tr o iar line;
will rent. Plhonle 1353 \VW.
FOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS.
M iOERI.N. :3a4 10\,A'ST EI')AR.
HiEASONABLE. 211 \V'Ei'ST' S'1IT CIi.
STRItTLIY MI1I)EtIN SI'l'E.S, $20.00
up. Peniwell hotel, lpposite lMil
wank ec depot.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT,
for Sale, Board and Room and other
cards at The Missoulian office.
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS FOR RENT
228 EAS'T ('tIl)AR.
224 EAPT SPlIICE.
MOtIERN. 404 \V()OODY.
147 Sri'7r''11 VII,'ll[ \VEST.
MODERN: GAS. 404 E. SPRUCE.
FURNISHED; GAS. 503 E. FRONT.
MODIE:IN: (1A5: (OPP'OSITE EPIS
copal cihurcli. 225 Adhms.
FOR RENT-HOUSES.
6 ROOMS, MODERN. 327 E1. FRONT.
FOUR-ROOM IIIIUNALOW. 313 B!k.
A GOOD HOUSE FOR RENT. CALL
131 red.
TWO-ROOM IIOUiSE. 628 SOUTH
Fourth west.
Gc001) TIIREE-tROnOlM IllnIOt'. IN
jltire Frank Sti iger.
SIX-ROOM ,)It1l)IRN ll)t'S: WVITH
range. 419 \\West (Cedar.
HOUSE, SIX ROOMS AND 1PATH. E.
Front street. Bell 1.0 black.
DWELT.ING OR FLATS. APPLY
.G(eo. L. Steinhrenner. 473 black.
FOI'R-ROOtIM MODER1?N FT,-\T: 715
West Spruce. Telephone 544 blaek.
4-1RO iM 11] t'S11. f.l1IN, ('IlKl
house: two blocks from car. Phone
1353 \V.
FOR RINT''--ONE LOWER OITSII)E
ptalrtment;I: stl:4o he1at. Cu]rran flats.
'Phone 133 hlacik.
FOR SALE-RANCHES.
lFOR S\AL,E-160-A('lI, RANCIH AND
ilnlmprovements. 15n0 inches decreed
water right, twoi miles east of Sto
ves'illte; price $12,000. W ill trlade
for oneo-iird ill Missoula, proporty:
atmatlli cash paymelnt, h.tanne R per
cent interest. Address P. fO. Box 344,
St\evensville. SMnt.
323 Ai('R:ES .OF ITTERI 1-)10T VA.L
tly foothill land; : hoult seeon iles
east of Sen. ill,: ltwo-thirds farm
I;rnd. rich soil: tallaInct e pasture;
tlrice $20 per oi're. Adjoining this
lnd ownllcr has ling time lease with
grvernonlnt on 0 40 lares at $100 per
year, nIllilng ,60 aeres ill n all; ideal
stork r(inch, hiyer gets this lense;
farm implements very (icheap; mnule
teiamll. $150: tor int of ritares(, $1530.
Mc'iurk, the I'ulnimer, Stevetnlsville,
Mont.
) ,--,- . . .
WANTED-MISCELLANEOUS.
FI'RNISIIIED Il U'SE, APARTMI NI
or suite, by man and wife; good Ilo
c'ation. (1. R. Blose, Kohn Jewelry
Co.
MINING STOCK WANTED.
THE TIME TO SELL WHEN PEO
pie want to buy. I have buyers for
Copper King, Missoula Copper,
1nowshoe and Lucky Calumet. A.'
M. Stevens. -
FOR SALE-MIBCELLANEOUS
DRY WOOD. -ELL 088 BLACK. 1834
Cooper.
WHITE SEWING MACHINES.
Hoyt-Dickinson Piano Co.
OLD PAPERS FOR SALE AT MIS
soulian office; 20c a hundred.
FOR SALE-A FEW WHITE ROCK
cockurels. Bell phone 8182 black.
DRY SLABS, $2.50 PER LOAD.
Missoula Wood Yard: phone 458.
TWO MILCH COWS, 25 SHOATS.
two brood sows, 72 hens. 718 Phil
lips.
FOR SALE OR TRADE, REGIS
tered Duroc Jersey boar. Mclntosh
Manor, Lolo.
ALL tINDS OF ROUGH AND
dressed lumber at Hayes spur.
Baird & Harper.
HORSE, 9, 1,250, CHUNK: WACGON;
buggy; hnrrness: cultivator; 1631
South Second west.
GOO)D WOOD; HONEST LOADS;
prompt delivery. De Jarnette;
phone 8412 orange.
WELL MATCHED 4-YEARI-OLD
team, well broken; weight 3,000.
Ragnar Swanson, Route No. 3.
HORSES - SINGLE HORSES OR
double teolnms; good, gentle horses
for farm or orchard work. Inquire
Union market.
2-CYLINItIER 4-PASSENGER AUTO,
recently overbh:uled, Al ondition,
Owner leaving city). . . V. Watson,
Chicango Garage, Price, $125.
FURNITURE, NEW AND SECOND
hand; I pay highest prices for ser
ond-hand household goods. Hans
Jenson, 125W. Main; 819 B; Ind. 1754
FOR SALE - CASH REGISTERS,
safes, show cases, scales, typewrit
ers and store fixtures; both new
and second-handed. Missoula office
and salesroom, 112 West Spruce St.
FOR SALE - THREE TEAMS
horses. 1.500 pounIds and over; all
young and first-class: also five wng
nns. '"4% to 7n -inch, good condition.
PhC. t162; Perry Coal Co., 110 East
Cedlar.
PAINTING.
A UTOMOBILE.,, CA RRIAGE. IttUSE
and sign painting, decorating, paper
hanging. 337 West Spruce: pnone
490 red. .Henry HIubert, Prop.
STORAGE.
SE NE R A L STORAGE - EVERY
thing on earth; expert packing and
crating. J. W. Reely, 724 West
('edar hboth nhunes
AUCTIONEER.
K. L. KIRKIIART, AUCTIONEER,
128 nTest Cedar. Residence phone
188 black: office. 75 black.
FOR RENT-OFFICE ROOMS.
IUITE OF TWO FRONT OFFICE
rooms in B. & A. building. Apply
BI. &r A.
LOST AND FOUND.
FOI'UN-PAIR tOF CHILIVDS WHITE
fur Ioggins. Owner nlmiY have sante
)by applying at 1\Iissoul ian office.
LOST -- PItES10 ('CAMEIRA, POST
card size, with film pack adalpter.
]'lease notify C. \V. Tenny, Helena.
Mont.
FIRE INSURANCE.
F' OR FIRE, ACCIDENT AND
health insurance, surety bond, bur
glar insurance, see A. K. Andersen,
112 East Ceder street. city. Strong
and reliahle conmnanlne
POULTRY.
":1u SAEI., IAltREID Rt)(iK }lENS
and two rousters, 616i Ivy street.
RHODE ISLIAND IlEl) ('OC(KERELS,
$1.50; eggs for hatching. Phone
1095.
;VIIITE WVYANIlOTTEy; COCKER
els and pIullets. ltisihee Bros.; 86"1
black.
RITII)DI IS[,ANI) REII ('OCRKIREIS,
$2.00. Phone 7803, route 3; F. 1).
Smith.
TIllIORO['GIIlllE)1 PI Y M 0 7 T H
11ock cockerel; Tripp strailn. 719
'outhi First.
1ARRED RO ('K t ,t(S l,( )It il H.\r'H-tI
ing: $1 for 17. Mrs. Lewis Nichols,
Iloita, Mont.
FIOlR SA.\I.l-RHl(ODE tSIANI) RIED
eggs for hatching; ('has. E. ,llc:as,
'Missoula, Mont.; rural No. 3; phone
7412.
"FOR SATE - A FEW CHOICE
Barred Reck c(ockerela from Parks'
laying strain, $3 ecch, to close out.
A. II. Kennedy, R. F. D. No. 3.
MATrZ/ "FASITTON PLA'I'N" STRAIN
Single ('omnb ullff O(rpington eggs.
$2.0(1 per 15; $10 per 10nn FIshel's
White Indhan Runner duclk eggs. $2
per 12. Mrs. lt. F. King, Florence,
Monil.
WANTED--FURNISHED ROOMS
A YOt'NG MAN AND WIFE WITII
hnhy, permanently located in Mis
sotila, would like three furnished
rooms fior houclsekoping in a flat or
apartmuenlt: wouloII favo\,rably consider
c small furnished cottage with small
gard.epl for a term of several months.
Address D1). I'. H., Missoullan.
PERSONAL.
WANTED-POSITION AS HOI'SE
keeper hby experienced lady; prefer
a gentlemanl of means, wno can pay
good wages. It. K. references. Ad
dress F. i'V., Missoulian.
STRAYED.
CAME TO MY PLACE FIRST OF"
year, sorrel mare, branded K O on
right shoulder, white stripe on face.
Owner can have same by paying for
this ad and feed. W. K. Wills,
Baird, Mont.
DRESSMAKING.
AT HOME OR BY DAY. 312 SOUTH
Fifth east; phone 186 red.
FURNISHED HOUSES FOR RENT.
FOUR ROOMS. 215 RED.
5-ROOM MODERN. 415 E. FRONT.
FURNISHED HOUSE. 415 W. PINE.
THREE ROOMS. 825 EAST CEDAR.
INQUIRE 147 SOI'TH FIFTH WEST.
3 ROOM FURNTSTIED HIOUSE;
modern. 316 East Cedar.
THREE-ROOM COTTAGE, 715 WEST
Spruce. Phone 544 black.
FOUR-ROOM MODERN FURNISHED
house: no children. Inquire 708
South Second.
PIANO TUNING.
W. REIIMER. PHONE BELL 1443 W.
BIG SALE.
WE ARE GOING TO MOVE FROM
Missoula and to save expense of
packing and freight, offer our en
tire stock of wall paper, paints, etc.,
at prices never before heard of In
Missoula; sale opens Thursday
frrrning. Kellogg Paint Co.
WOOD SAWING.
FOR STRATTON'S WOODSAW
leave orders at Bonner's groc. Bell 114
FOR PROMPT WOOD SAWING,
Misnnoln Wood Yard: ohonn 45R
FOR SALE OR TRADE.
FOR SA,\LE 011 TRADE FOR RANCH,
five aires, well Improved, close In.
S. O).. Missoulitin.
WV.\NTIID, TO l'TIR.\OE, 20 ACRES
fruit land ill I'alm Reach county,
Florida. \\'h;l have you?' Address
1.. It. ItH:ruis, room 10S, Shapelrd
hotel.
EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES.
EMP. BUREAU, 212 HIGGINS. Phones
BRABE,'S \VEST IRN EMPLOYMENT
office. tIll 751. Reliable help
furnished on shalrt notice. 331 Ilig
gills.
Till WE:S'T'E:RN 11MPLOYMEINT lOF
five, 12i Iligginj avenue; phone 225.
A. A. Shafer, 1Mgr.; W. ID. Cursey,
chief clerk. I'iione your wants at
our exopense. 1'. ,. bO. 157.
FOR RENT-RANCHES.
RANa'IH .ANI) IR"ICHARI'D AT VIC
tor. F. I;. ist'., Stissoitla.
ST.E:SM .\N .\NYON RIANCHI, C-0
11,'eS, ,ono ,Ind one-half miles west
of .Iolo; 11l r~1 i s tillable: 60 acres
now plo'eil . wa\ r right; fitle rang,':
ideal stork or dairy propositionl;
shllres or ,iIshI. (IwI1ner, W\ . .1. Fer
gulson. I lio'ni, 1 ] Ill.
HATTER.
VELOUR AND FELT MIATS
"leannd and lor,'kedl .an.' Rnr
WANTED-CITY REAL ESTATE.
\VANTEI)- 'I'r, lilTY FIVE OR SIX
room nllodern house: leave descripl
tion, price' adlt terms. A. Z., Mis
MONEY TO LOAN.
WE HAVE MONEY TO LOAN. TAY
lor & Pearson.
CARPET WEAVING.
CARPET WEAVING; ALSO INGRAIN
rugs. Naats, 1018 Cooper street;
bhone 3252 Ind.
Summons.
iiI the Il istrilt c(ourt of the I"otirth
Judiicil D)istrict of the State of Mon
tana, in and for the County of Mis
siula.
Hope Fritschl. Plaintiff, vs. hIlrry
Fritsch, I)efendant.
The state of .Montana sends grectin,
to the albove Iniried defendant.
Yon are hernhy summoned to answer
the ci omplaint inl this action which is
filed in the office of the clerk of this
court, a copy of which is herewi*hI
served upon you, and to file your ani
swer and serve a copy thereof utpon
the plaintiff's aIltorney within twenty
days after thei service of this summonis,
exclusive of the lay of service, and in
case of Yolar failure to rippear or ln
swvr, juidgment will he taken against
you y def:iiilt, for the relief demanded
in lIe colnmplaint.
Plaintiff complains of defendant anlt
alleges lher residence inl Montana forI
mnore thanl one (1) year last past; iher
marriage tio dfl'ndant in Spokaniie,,
.u'ish., on July :1, 19!08; that for more
tlihn one yealr I:ist past defendant hl.a
refiused, failed :and neglected to sup
lily plaintiff with the common neces
saries of life; lih having the ability so
to do, andl for morel tIlan one year last
past has deslsrtei and ahallulronod salld
plainliff and still ontinues to desert
and abandon Iplaintiff.
Wherefore, piaintiff asks for an ai
solute divorce from)i defendant.
Witness riy hand and the seal of
saidl court, this -1i day of Marcnh A. I).,
1914.
t(Seil i hI.IiS. P. CO)NLON, Clerck.
fly \V. It. 1 "iliill(R, leptuty ('hlrk.
l)an .1. Ilie frfi, Atto(rney for Plain
tiff.
3-3-10-17-24
Notice of Closing of Registration.
Notice is huerely given that the regis
tration huoloks for the registratlion of
qualified electors residing in the
County of Missoulat, Montana, for the
School District Elections to he held in
the several Schooli Districts in said
county on Saturday, April 4th, 1914,
will be closed Wed\nesday, March 4th.
,914, at 5 o'cilock p. m. Electors for
such elecltionl may register by appear
iring before the county clerk at his of
flue in the ':uolrthouse in the city
and county of Missoula, or by appear
ing before any justice of the peace
or notary public in the manner pro
vided by law.
W. J. HBAINGTON,
County Clerk in and for Missoula
County, State of Montana.
Avoid Stuffy, Wheezy Breathing.
Take Foley's Iloney and Tar (Com
pound for an inflamed and congested
condition of the air passages and
bronchial tubes. A cold develops
quickly if not checked and bronchitis.
la grippe and pneumonia are danger
ous possibilities. Harsh racking
coughs weaken the system, but
Foley's Honey and Tar is safe, pure
and certain in results. Contains no
opiates. Mlssoula Drug Co.-Adv.
Notice of Closing of Registration.
Notice is hereby given that the regis
tration books for the registration of
qualified electors residing within the
limits of the City of Missoula, Mon
tana, and the City of Ronan, Montana,
for the City Elections to be held in the
several precincts in said Cities on
Monday, A-'ril 6th, 1914. will be closed
Friday, March 6th, 1914, at 5 o'clock
p. m. Electors for such election may
register by appearing before the county
clerk at his office in the courthouse in
the city and county of Missoula, or by
appearing before any justice of the
peace or notary public in the manner
provided by law.
IW. J. BAIBINGTON,
County Clerk in and for Missoula
County, State of Montana.
Notice for Bids.
Sealed bids will be reeeived by the
hoard of trustees of school district
No. 13, on Wednesday. April 1. 1914,
for the construction of a two-story
brick veneer school house.
Copies of plans and specifications
may be obtained at the First State
Bank, Stevensvillc, or from the under
signed.
The board reserves the right to re
ject ally or all bids.
FRANCIS F. POWEll,
Clerk, District No. 13.
Stevens'ille, Montana, February 27,
11914.
Notice to the Public.
Notice is hereby given that I will
not be responsible for any hills citI..
traeted by my husband, C. G. Matter.
lie has no authority to buy anything
for nme.
Dated this 20th daY of Felbruary,
1914.
ANNIE L. MAlER.
liot Springs, Montana.-- -Adv.
EAT LESS AND TAKE
SALTS FOR KIDNEYS
TAKE A GLASS OF SALTS IF YOUR
BACK HURTS OR BLADDER
BOTHERS.
The Amerie.:n men anrd women tu!st
gluard constantll y against kidney trou
ble, becatuse we cat too mIuch antd all
our food is rich. Our blood is filled
wi-tt uric acid which the kidtneys try
to filter out, they weaken from over
work, become sluggish; the elltlllt a
tive tissues clog and the resunt is kid
ner trouble, bladder weakiness and a
general decline In health.
\VWhen your kidneys feel like lumps
of lead; your bac'k hurts or the urlme
Is cloudy, fuill of sediment, or you are
obliged to seek relief two or three
times during the night; if yon astter
with sick headaclto or dizzy, nervousi
spells, acid stomactih, or youll have
rheumatism wheni the weather is had.
get fromn your phiiarmacist aboult folur
ounllces of Jad Sails; take a, talle
spoinful in a glass of water before
breakfast for it few days anld youllr
kidneys will then act fine. This fa
mous salts is ltmade from the acid
of grape and lemon Juice, combined
with lithia, and has been used for gen
ortions to flush and stimulate clogged
kidneYs; to neutralize the acids in the
urine so it no longer is a source of
irritation, thus ending bladder dis
orders.
Jad Salts is inexpensive; cannot In
jure, makes a delightful effervescent
lithia-water beverage, and belongs in
every home, because nobody can make
a mistake by having a good kidney
flushing any time. Missoula Drug Co.,
agents.--Adv.
I MAKING RADIUM I
(EIngineering and Mining Journal.)
Testimony before coenge..en.iOnl com
Inilttit is Hirt to i (nsist of half-truths.,
e\vn .:lenl givell ')y personsI who k(no,v,
ai witness iniatny statiii'iients in tariff
he a.rings oif forilmer days. In the radit
t11e Imlt.er, Joseph M. Flannery ,'f
Pittshirgh, kin,':s at gooi del alndI
whether or not he told all lhe kno,i-,
!iis remiarks wei' interesting. lie stihi
that imH eollimpa h:id lspent in till
years $i65,(II001 to rodil'e' I\t(w gral' s of
radtlini. T ils cost $480,lii00., hie C ti
mated, aitnd hromght in $240,100. In
[April, hie saiid, the ompItillny would hie
producinig one grain i monthi. There
is enough r;tlium lre o in 'olorladi to
-suillty the Wrorild five tionM iovr," r' t
tin rkedt Mr. I'laiiinery. "( Only 2011 graits
are needed filor the w\holle Unllitdll Statel.
I will undertaike to del\'iver t tie goiv
ernment in fir' yiears, fromii .lanuar'y 1.
1916. 2ll00 graiis of raldi alllll t i IIIIm XI
Inuni t price of $80,01tti a grate,"
Just Right for Backache and Rheu
matism.
Foley Kidnery Pills are so thoroiugh
ly effiitive for hiiak( he,i, rh.ullrnatal ln,
swo'llten, acllhing joints, killldney and
blir lder iiill llonIs thlilt Ithey Iare remicini -
lieinld t veryw ih re. A, A. ,Jeflforl ,,
Mc((irew, Nih., Nays: M" drlluggist
rei.'omimenlided I'Ei y Ki id(ney hills fir
pains iin iyli ailc.k, andti tofore I fin
ished one Ibotlie, lmy old troubille tn
tlrely r detx itatlpeared. 1 issoula Drugiri
Co.-- Adv.
PROPRIETY'S REWARD.
(From Judge.)
Madge-I knew, if you, wore a veil,
as I told yoni, it would keep him from
kissing you while on the lclighridd.
Marjorie---llut It didn't. teo just
puiilled it uip.
Missoula Humane Society
Officers
If you have a case which calls for
their attention, notify one of the
following:
Mrs. W. J. Steel, president, 606
West Pine street.
Mrs. J. C. Anderson, first vice
president, Bell phone 931.
Mrs. Frank Beckwith, second vice
president, Bell phone 894 red.
Mrs. H. A. Wheeldon, secretary.
Bell phone 8562 red.
Mrs. William Phillips, treasurer,
Blaine street.
Mrs. T. H. R ads, field e.cretMr,
Bell phone 767.
* SOCIETY DIRECTORY
MISSOULA LODGE NO.
13, A. F. & A. M.-Regular
meetings first and third
Tuesdays in Masonic temple. So
Journing brethren cordially invited.
H. C. JOHNSON, W. M.
F. F. SQUIRES, Secretary.
WESTERN SUN CHAPTER NO. 11,
R. A. M.-Meets first and third Fri
days of each month in Masonic temple.
THEODORE LENTZ, H. P.
ROY ROBINSON, Secretary.
HARMONY LODGE NO.
49, A. F. & A. M.-Meets .n
K. of P. hall, E. Front street.
Regular communications first
and third Mondays. Spe
cial meetings every other
Monday evening. Visiting
members are specially invited.
H. T. GARDINER, W. M.
CYRUS R. AVERY, Secretary..
O. E. S. ELECTA CHAPTER
NO. 7-Meets first and third
Thursday of each month tn
Masonic temple. Visitors ee
pecially welcome.
MRS. TIIERESA KING, W. M.
PETER EITEI.BERG, W. P.
MRS. L.IDA E. FARMER, Secretary.
O. E. S. IMMANUEL CHAP
TER NO. 54-Regular meetings
second and fourth Wednesdays
of each month at 7:30 p. m., in
Masonic temple. Visiting members
cordially invited.
ROSE i,. altT.T,ER, W. M.
JOHIN M'CARTHY, W. P.
HATTII B. MURRAY, Secretary.
MISSOULA AERIE NO. 32. F. O. E.
-Meets first and third Tuesdays of
each month at 8:00 p. m., at Eagles'
hall, West Main.
W. J. KELLY, President.
JAS. A. BAKER, Secretary.
I.o)YAL, OtIItER ittF'
MOOSEl Meottis 1st
a n di 3 Tlthursday
Sevenlillng o o tl 1. h
tO111th1 at 8 p). 111. at
Eaghles' hall.
A. LINK, Dictator.
H. E. BILAKEL.Y. Secretary.
RAILWAY TIMETABLES
C., M. & ST. PAUL RAILWAY.
East Bound
Olym pian ........... ................. 7: 0 a m.
Columbian ............ ........ 5:38 p. m.
West Bound
Olym pian ................................11:00 p. m .
('lumhi an .............................. 1:40 p. m.
NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILWAY
West Bound East Bound
No. 1 ....10:.40 p. m.Nn,. 2 .... 5:18 p. m.
No. 3 .. 12:40 p. m.INo. 4 .... 7:20 a. m.
No. 5 ... 12:114 a. m.No. 6 ....10:45 p. i.
No. 41 .. 920 a. n. No. 42 .. 6:35 p. nt.
Bitter Root Branch
Arrive--S:25 a. m. and 4:20 p. m.
Leave--8:40 a. mn. and 3:25 p. m.
Coaur d'Alene Branch
Arrive ....4:15 p. m.leave ..11:35 a. m.
Butte Locals
Arrive-11- : 0 a. m. and 10:10 p. m.
I~eave--8:45 a m. and 4:30 p. in.
Bateman Transportation Co.
Stage and Auto Service be
tween Ravalli and Poison
Connects at Ravalli with Northern
Pacific trains east and west. Cor.
nects at I'olsoil with the Klondyke
steamer, Ravalli, Montana. Stage
leaves Ravalli at 8 a. m. and arrives
at 3 p. m.
WHERE TO GET WHAT YOU WANT
EACH FIRM A LEADER IN ITS LINE
Consult This List Before Placing Your Order, If You
Want the Best at a Price You Like to Pay
CITY HOTELS. JEWELER AND OPTICIAN
For Watch, Clock, Jewelry and
MISSOULA HOTEL. Ilticail repairs.
C. W. SHUNK
James A. Walih, Mgr. 144 West Front Street.
Remodeled and newly furnished.
Steam heat, electric light, tele- CHANCES
phones in all rooms, hot and cold are 1,826,241 to 1 that the sun will
running water. Rooms by the week rise on the morrow, and 1 to 112
or month at reduced rates. that a man at 35 will not live to be
36 years old.
ATLANTIC HOTEL ┬░ETTITT, NEWLON A GAGE
AGENTS
A. JACOBSON, Prop. Northwestern Mutual Life Ins. Co.
Remodeled and newly furnished, of Milwaukee.
steam heat, electric lights. Every
thing neat and clean. Reasonable RUBBER STAMPS,
rates. This office Is prepared t' make
all kinds nr rubber stamps on shert
HOW TO BUY. notice at reasonable prices.
The wife's practical knowledge of
H1OW TO BUY FOR THE HOME STORAGE.
makes the husband's capacity to Reely's Storage; everything on
earn money for the home-making earth. Export packing and crating.
expenses really worth while. 734 W. Cedar St. Both phones.
Hog and Chicken
RANCH
Iorfy ares on (east side of tlitter Root valley,
be'tweenl MLeid and Meondel rnchles; splenil
sil, good water right, fr frfro n stonie, good new
six-rotom house, barn and chicken house. This
is on of thil very best propositions we hatve
ever offered. easy terms. Price $4,151.
TAYLOR & PEARSON
B. A A. BUILDING.
WESTERN MONTANA
NATIONAL BANK
Missoula, Montana
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY
CAPITAL ..................... .......$200,000
SURPLUS FUND ............... 50,000
G. A . WOLP ...................President
JOHN C. LEHSOU....Vice President
J. HI. T. RYMAN ...................Cashier
Directors
John G. Morony, M. A. Fiske, G.
A. Wolf, John C. Lehsou, F. H.
Woody, J. H. T. Ry-nan.
A GENERAL BANKING
BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
SCANDINAVIAN
AMERICAN
STATE BANK
Missoula, Montana
United States Depository for
Postal Savings Fund.
TRANSACTS A GENERAL
BANKING BUSINESS.
Trav'elers' choeks, drafts and letters
of credit available in all parts
of the world.
Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent.
Interest Paid on Savings Accounts
and Certificates of Deposit.
MISSOULA TRUST AND
SAVINGS BANK
Missoula, Montana
Capital $200.000
Surplus and Profits ...... 50,000
Officers
J. M. h:l:ITII P'resident
t. .1. ('(a II"Y : Vh'o P'rP esident
A. It. JACOBS C'ashier
Directors
J. Mt. Keith. i. .1. C(offee, J. It. Daily.
l. T. Me('c ullough, II. Patl (lreenl
oIIghl. .\. It, Jacobis, Kenneth floss.
We pay 3 per cent per annum on
Savin.s Deposits.
Oxy Acetylene
Welding Plant
REPAIRS, TIRES, SUPPLIES, ETC.
CHICAGO GARAGE
Open for Business Day or Night.
Bell Phone 250. Ind. 1778.
228 West Main.
AUTO STAGE
RAVALLI TO POLSON
Stevens-Duryea 7-passenger touring
car making daily trips.
JOE ROBERTS, Prop.
Moots 41 westbound and 42 east
bou'nd.
Careful Drivers.
Disordered Kidneys Cause Much Mis
ery.
\tilh lain and misery by day,
slep-disturtbinlg hilalddler woeknienss at
Inight, tired, nervotus, riun-downi 't men
andl wnletn eIerywhere aire glad to
know that Foley Kidney Pills restore
heallh nnd strength, andl the regular
nalion of kidneys and bIladder. Mis
soula Drug Co. --Adv.
TWIt'E-A-)AY (CIASll'IEDl WANT
ADI)S IIRING Y)all QITIUI ITKllIS'lR'S

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