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Pflr W d, each- day...........$ .0* *1 $ner, ser eek_._......... P.Mline, per mouth ............... ..: lads must ' be ordered' Eo~ _ length of time. 2 *4erg for ads to be taken1 oVt t sbe in the office before p.j,. .i% afternoon paper and 8 p. 1ir. pOe GiLYrning paper. Minimum Charge, 20 Ceni : HELP WANTED. IWAY MAIL CLERKS WAyN'E Cdmience '$75 month. Bit, ilnation questions free. Ifilitute, Dept. 2178, YOtON4 MEN ANb WOMEN TO lelrn, newspaper and magazine drawing by mail from a famous newspaper artist. Big demand tol' artist . Send for our beautiful llu tr ter magazine and list of .pup.l who have made good. Assocwatid Att Studios. No. 2101 Flatlrali .Building, New York City. ' HELP WANTED-MALE, MAflRiED ..MAN ,.WHO ..U EER stmnd# and likes gardehing. . Misspulian. MEN FOR FIREMEN, BRAKZEME, $120 monthly. Send age, .1 . Railway. Care Missoulian. $2500 ANNUALLY. CO-OPERATE with me evenings at home. Every thing furnished. Don't worry about capital. Boyd H. Brown, Omaha, Neb. MAKE MONEY WITH US. AMOUNT depends upon tidte devoted; nog cAnvassing. 4tqyn: o . .gn wanted. Addi 's Qstrnder, Dept. 219, 12 -West 31st at.. New York. HELP WANTED-FEMALE. WANTED2I-10 YOUNG LADIES FOR q :Vaudeville show. Expgerie.np un necessary. Season's engagement. Address W. D. Wsitltlae, General Delivery, Missoula, ',ont. SiIi'FATION8 WANTED-,MALE. BY BLACKSMITH. A7-around man; married. E. K., care Missoulian. YO N'W MAN DESIRES POSITION as bookkeeper arid' stenographer. A. A. N., care Missoulian. WANTlED-LAND TO CLEAR BY contract or day work. Jim Staneff. Inquire 109 W. Frcnt St. YOUNG MAN NOW ATTENDING college is desirous of seeking em ployment of any nature. Best of references. Address Alden Kinning, Deer Lodge, SMont. SITUATIONS . WANTED-FEMALE. DAY WORK. PHONE 1154 RED. WOMAN WISHES DAY WORK OR office cleaning. 801% E. Front. EXPERIENCED WOMAN WANTS work. Phone 1071. 1514 So. 6th W. EXPERIENCED WAITRESS AND chambermaid would like position. L. O., Missoulian. WOMAN WANTS WORK TAKING care of children during the even ings. Phone 255 Red. WOMAN WANTS PLACE TO WORK for board and small wages. Ad dress D. W., Missoulian. SCHOOL GIRL TO HELP WITH housework for board and room. Phone 374 Red, 108 Madison. ETENOGRAPHER, AND BOOK keeper would like work few hours a day. P. J. M., care Missoulian. WANTED-CURTAINS TO LAUN der; patlafaction guaranteed. Phone 975 red, at 701 South First street. YOUNd GIRL WOULD LIKE POI. tion taking care of 'children and as listing with housework. C. W., care Mis.otlian. AGENTS WANTED. AGENTS WANTED TO ADVERTISE our goods by distributing free sam .ples to consumer. 90 cents an hour. Write for full plarticulars. The Favori Co', 4126 Finch Ave., Day ton, O. AGENTS-SELL G'UARANTEED hosiery; 70 per cent profit; make $10 daily. Orders repeat regularly; best agent's seller in existence. In ternational Mills, West Philadelphia, Pa. AGENTS-MAKE $100 to $300 per month easy selling our new Tripli cate Sauce Pan. Cooking 3 different foods on one, burner, Saves gas. 400 specialties. All whirl-wind sel lers. Write quick for territory and large catalogue. American Alumi num M'fg. Co. Div. 3159 Lemont, Ill. EMPLOYMENT AGENGIES. SWANBERG'S EMP. BUREAU, 212 HiggiPs. Phone 1122. .WESTERN EMPLOYMENT AGENCY 128 Hiip v. v IPhone 228. P. 0. Try doing it yourself. We will pay you 4 per gen canutand lIn terest on your savings. The Banking ' iti h8314 ig 10 fuW ,Awk_-ta block, rich *011, 1-2 -pi e fom car line- Jsis;tlue .pl' e`` :for a chicken 1 1-2 .rqt0*,a t pide. 1 1-2 blocks- from apr line; stable and poulty; yard; iqiiutortdbily fur 820 ag ..7 .miles., fromL town; all fend and comfortable farm, d s en to goad ratin.; pis g low land; best Sor tck ranch. Tordis 15 .acIrie:., i2 m .ntgJs from Mis cul e :lose to public school; nea`" hu'dings, fine soil staid!t Oil1 rd- jight Wnac for a nian SIWh , . whf ciia hajrndli co'wI ·ans poultry;.' t11.00 ý . and reasonable itin9 balance. Geo. F. Brooks THE REAL ESTATE MAN FokR SaLE-,MRcIU,ANsEQ WOOD, $1.50. 1196 RED.' GAS COKE. INQUIRE GAB CO. Oiy WO D 1.60. 948 REi 1 75 TO 100 TONS HAY, CHEAP. CALL 8'4 Red. CHANDELIER, CHEAP. 630 SOUTH Higgins. BALED HAY IN CARLOADBS. . F. Brg9cjs, Mia qula. MAN'S DRESS SUIT, SMALL SIZE. "W," care Missoultan. FINE SOFT-COAL BASE BURNER, $20.00. Phone 480 Black. GOOD, GENTLE MILCH COWS FOB sale; phone 608; 712 Blaine. OLD PAPERS FOR SALE AT MIS squlian office; 20c a hundred. DRY SLABS, $2.50 PER LOAD, MIS soula Wood Yard; phone 458. 320 RODS HOG WIRE, CHEAP. t George O'Hoyt, R. 2, Missoulian. BERKSHIRE OR MULEFOOTED boars for sale. Phone 1224 Black. DRY STOVE WOOD: HONEST load; $1.50. Montreull: 1196 Red. SPECIAL SALE ON SECOND-HAND sewing machines, at Singer office. WOOD IN 6AR LOAD LOTS, SEA soned. $3.25 cord. Phone 948 Black. SECOND-HAND SEWING MA. chines. Hoyt-Dickinson Piano Co. A FEW' CHOICE ROSE COMB R. I. R. Cockerels. Call mornings, 316 E. Main. ALL KINDS OF ROUGH AND dressae lumber at Hayes Spur, Baird & Harper. 1914 FORD RUNABOUT, GOOD CON dition; cheap if taken at once. Phone 1206. SINGLE TOP BUGGY, SOLID OAK bedroom suit. 6 Buff Cockerels. 1601 So. 3rd. SIX-HOLE STEWART RANGE WITH reservoir; good condition. Will sell cheap. Phone 7703. NEW SPEED IODAK. COST $68. Will sell for leas than half, address W. T., Missoulian. A BROOD SOW WI#H 0 LITTLE pigs, 3 weeks old,- Phone 8722 Red. Mattie McMulpin, R. D. 1. HOME-MAIE BREAD, COOKIES and plea made "to.order.: 01 South Fourth west. PFihe 817 'red. PUR CIDPER PVINEGAR, ELIV ered apy pitt of ,wt:,' 40 cents phono 7703. NEW AND SECOND HAND GOODS bought and "sold. Fliturntttr re paired, IMirrors resillvered. R. C. Stockton, 512 8. Higgins avenue. FURNITURE, NEW AND BPCOND hand. I pay highest prices for sec ond-hand household goods. IHans Jensen, 135 W. Main, 895 Bell pbone. APPLE CIDER MADIE AT' THE OLD atand at 684 N. 1st street. Will de tliver cider nd pure cl4er yiA to ,any part of city. Custo woe qolicited. Com. and see me.'Phone ....0r 418'blagk, e. H. )$Oh. SPECIAL PRIES ON: FiLOU S tliit, bran and Phortft, oat uteat nnd barley chp;, at car, Saturd u 4d Mbnday, now on trackl by Mis so. ,aIroi Woirks; wholesale _,.n .on ~s.ugar and groceries; M: 3. and White House cofftee 5c, 2 i or $.00:. W. B. Burkhawt, 1 bl south of Lowell school. Pbhobe et. IPROIM l-* OR: MONDAY WiL E lnloading car, wheat $1.50, oats$1.29. Choice baled oat straw, 25c. Oat wheat and barley chop. Choioe baled hpy at reduced prices. Sugar, flour and groceries at wholesale. M. J. B. WhiteHouse coffee 35c, 8 pounds for $1.00. W. B. Burkhart, 's bo*k south of Lowell school VACUUM C,.AAiNERs QO.E RENT E 0C tilANkEl. PHONE 692 AUJSTI4'$ HAT SHOP. WILL IIOPN A80U1PO NOV. 1,. OLD J F ,P1to IAnaRS. cold showers. MB1'OR RENT 0O + -."42+ "SO. 4TH W. ,t NRO 271. 705 CEDAR. MD-RDRN, GAS. -502 E. CEDAR. MODER~N; ia. 236 E. SPRUCE. .2 PU ISIHED1 ROOMS. 610 N. 3RD. M01WA, ITH GAS. 404 E. 0P10 . NT-FURNISHED ROQOIS ONKABLbE. 211 W. SPRUCE. tAG$4 REASONABLE. 227 8. 3RD. .[ OM~d}ENTRAL, CHEAP. 228 E. <' tf st.t I -AD COLD WATER, FUR 1 t. :2+ Hazel. .V ROOiMS-HOT WATER a b ;hone 408 Black. 501 Alder. SRIT-.FURNISHED HOUSES. t & .tj 542 ih. 4TH W. , A':, s 519 ALDER. FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE. BARGAIN-3 LOTS ON M'LEOD Ave. Block 21. E. W., care Mis soulian. 4-ROOM, MODERN BUNGALOW. Terms 505 Cleveland St. A FEW PRIZE-WINNING WHITE Leghorn Cockerels. Steve Koegler. 1015 Poplar St. 4-R00M HOU.E, SOUTH FOURTH 'Wet.. Bargain, easy payments. 8. C. tuda, care M. M.. Co. A GNUINE SNAP, 5-ACRE TRACT, 1% miles from Mlssoula. For par ticulars inquire of Chas. Ferguson, room 210, Molbtana Block. TO TRADE. FARM FOR CITY OR ORCHARD home property. "M" cWre Missoullan ,.,. ;', + , -.+ .. ... .+ FARM LOANS. THEI MOST ATTRACTIVE FARM loan for you is the one that can be paid off at any time in any amount, stopping the interest on the amount paid. Reasonable rates, Joseph Grepler. St. Ianqtius. Montanas MONEY TO LOAN. R. R. JONESS. HIGGINS BLOCK. FARM-CITY. GEO. F. BROOKS. CIAS. PBROUSOtS -1io MONTANA Block. PRIVATE' MONEY TO LOAN ON city and ranch property. Wheeldon Roast company. -- 3----·------+ DRESSMAKING MRS. LINDSTADT, 1437 Cooper. PLAIN SEWING, 310 E. SPRUCE. MRS. P. A. WHITE, PIIONE 1159. MISS SMITH, 1ST NAT. BK. BLXG. Room 221. PRICES REASONABLE; . PHONE 10. Miss McDermott. GOWNS, HOUSEDRISSES, STREET costumes, skirts, Waists, work dress ea, aprons, caps, etc. Nurses unl forms a specialty. Work guaranteed. La Mode Shop, phone 229. 128 Hig gins Ave. BOARD AND RO9M. NEW DINING ROOM, PATTEE street,. near postoffice, first-class meals served. Modern, steam-heat ed, furnished rooms. Reasonable. 222 Pattee. HIDES AND JUNK. WESTERN HIDE AND JUNK CO. pays the highest prices toy htde, turs and Junk; [17-.7 West Main street. Bell 1806. WOOD SAWING. FOR STRATTON'S WOODSAW leave orders at Bonner's groc; Bell 114 FOR PROMPT WOOD SAWING, Missoula Wood Yard; phone 458, FIRE INSURANCE. FOR FIRE, ACCIDENT AND health iziurance, surety bond, bur glar insurance, see A. K. Ander5#a, 112 East Cedar street. city. Strong end reliablh eompnis. FOR RENT-i-MISCELLANEOUS. HORSES WITH FADDLES, PACK saddles; single or double rigs. Phone 880. 10o~ Phillips. -QARPET WRAVIne. WWAVING: ALSO INGRAIN FOR SALE OR TRADE. ~ILL SELL OR TRADE FOR MIS soula property, 2-yr.-old Percheron -.iljoo. A. W., care Missoulian. POULTRY. MAMMOTH BRONZE T'URKEY TOM atdi' 2 hses; also trio of white Emden geese. Phone 8671 Red. ' LQST AND FOUND. LOST-SET OF MINK NSCI FURS on Higgins Ave. or East Front St. Finder return to Missoultan. WANTEO.-HOUESL WATEI~ of ,RT, MODERN ozpe, ~lee nla, or a Jouse with ac UommoldatItoes *tort ow, bbrse and chicken.With maial aoreag,. L..W., Auatls ,+jI, " Buys 4-room pltereh cottage, on easy terms. Bus Imnproved 180 acres, near Missoula. $1,000 Cash, balance long time, buys splendid 200 acre dairy ranch; 6-room plastered house; large dairy barn: fine soil; good pas ture and close to Missoula. Here is a chance to grow into big money. 0. B. S. 0RR FOR RENT-HALL. FOR RENT-HALL FOR LODGES, dances, etc. Maple floor. Barber & Marshall MONEY WANTED. WE CAN NET YOU 8 #ER CENT for your money. Wheeldon-Roshd Co., Basement Mbntana Slock. AUCTIONEER. K. L. KIRKHART, AUCTIONEER, 128 West Cedar. Residence phone 188 black: office, 75 black.. MILLINERY CHILDREN'S HATS ON SALE SAT urday and Monday, at 618 Rollins. CLEANING AND DYEING. BUTTE CLEANERS, 5b8 i. HIGGINS. VACUUM CLEANERS FOR RENT. ELECTRIC CIEANERS. PRONE 692 Red. SALESMAN WANTED. SALESMAN WANTIED, SUITE 16, Masonic temDle. WANTED--A MAN WHO NEEDS A dollar and is willing to work if given an opportunity to earn a good salary. Cash weekly. Address Capital City Nursery company, ,Salem, Ore. WANTED-EXPERIENCED AI)VER tising salesmen to handle great 1915 line of bank supplies, calendars, leather, metal, wood and cloth spe cialties. Novelties for every business, liberal coOlmission: exclusive terri tory. Economy Adv'ertisin, Co., Iowa City, Iowa. SALESMEN FOR SMALL TOWNS, whole time or side-line. Special sales plan, allowing return of un sold goods; makes quick, easy daily sales; $5 commission on each order. Something entirely new. Write for pocket outfit today. May Mfg. Co., 212 Sigel St., Chicago, Ill. SALESMAN-CAPABLE SPECIALTY man for Montana. Staple line on new and exceptional terns. Vacan cy Nov. 1st. Attractive commission contract, balance of year and 191i. $35 weekly for expenses. Miles F. Bixler Co., 156-43 Carlin Bldg., Cleveland, O. WANTED BY A LARGE MANUFAC turing concern a competent expe rienced salesman to cover the state of Montana and parts of Washing ton for their high grade line of shirts, mackinews, sheep-lined cloth ing and general line of men's fur nishings. A man acquainted with the territory preferred. Strictly commission basis. Expenses ad vanced and complete sample outfit furnished. Write with references to the Robitshek Co., 23 and 25 Fourth street north, Minneapolis, Minn. FOR RENT-HOUSES. 4-ROOM, 602 E. FRO..T. 5-ROOM MODERN: 507 No. 4th. 4-ROOM, MODERN. 1812 S. 10TH. A GOOD HOUSE FOR RENT. CALL I1 red. NE. 4-ROOM, MODERN. PHONE 1882 R. I- OM MODERN FLAT, $12.00; 830 ooper; phone 10. PLASANT 7-ROOM HOUSE, 414 L. ]'ront. H. Kohn. MODERN, 7-ROOM HOUSE, 123 S. 3rd. Phone .548 Black. FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED Rosale Apts. Phone 718 Black. ATTRAC'rtIVE COTTAGE. INQUIR J. 'H. ennedy. Phone 1202 red. 4-ROOM MODERN CO(TTAG E. Range and linoleum; chn;c:en yard. 317 N; 2nd. ?-ROOM, MODERN HOUSE, CLOSE in, cheap, to steady tenant, wrthout children. Phone 1430 Black.lL ONE 6-ROOM, ONE 5-ROOM MOD ern house, water paid, close in; rent cheap; Inquire 444 S. First west. FOUR-OOM UPPER FLAT WITH range, water, linoleum, $11; also modern 6-room house, $14. Inquire at 801 N. Beond W., or phone 1008. WANTAD-HOUSEs. WANTED--A FIVE OR SIX-ROOM furnished house for the winter; must be modern and have chicken house. R., care Missoullan. PERSONAL. MIARRY - HUNDRXi8. WEALTH , memmlers wishing to marry Pao,, desc.'ptioa free. Reliable club, Mrs.. tW3lBJ. Z* 0, 34 oakiMa, Cal IOI-RAGE. iu L TOAll AGE - EVERY. th tag oUe rtls: expert packing and r..:W. Deal. . 734 West Oda. b WAN ThEDMIS3LLANEOUS. U WANTED ;. SMALL POTATOES. b Phone 8461 Blaec. WANTED WORK FOR 3,000-1OUND team. Phone 608. WANTED TO BUY 2 OR MORE good brood sows. Address R. :;3 Brooks St. WANTED--FARM LOAN OF $1500; interest 10 per cent; first,class se curity. For particulars address box 1868, city. PIANO TUNING. W. RWRM1R cPr'4NIf 1441 W 40 ACRES TO TRADE in part payment sio a good grchard homne. The 40-acre tract is one of the best'on the Flathead, located about 6 miles from Dixon, All fenced and cultivated. Inquire at once. W. H. Smead Company Phone 212. MEANING OF TPLE ALLIANCE Germany, Austria and Italy Formed League for Co operation in War. What has been known as the "bal ance of power," in Europe up to the time of the many declarations of war was maintained by the Triple Alliance, which comprised Germany, Austria Hungary and Italy. This combination was formed at the close of the Franco Prussian war. Then the Triple En tente, comprising Russsla, France and Great Britain, was brought together ,during the early years of the twen tieth century. About two years ago another political force appeared, known as the Balkan league, and was com posed of Servia, Bulgaria, Montene gro and Greece, which carried on a determined war with the Ottoman em pire, at the conclusion or which quar rels arose amongst themselves over the division of the spoils of the campaign. Since the present great conflict is changing the map of Europe nobody will know who can claim the "balance of power" until the outcome. The Mis soullan is distributing a war map by the use of which the daily story of the war printed in the newspapers can be easily followed. This map is print ed in five colors and was originally prepared by the greatest European map makers. It is folded and encased in strong covers, being easy to carry in the pocket. For a short time this useful map will be presented to read ers for one coupon and the bare ex pense of distribution. G'et yours to day.-Adv. POSITIVELY MASTERS CROUP. Foley's Honey and Tar Compound cuts the thick choking mucus and clears away the phlegm. Opens up the air passages and stops the hoarse cough. The gasping, strangling fight for breath gives way to quiet breath ing and peaceful sleep. Harold Borg, Mass, Mich writes: "We give Foley's Honey and Tar to our children for croup and it always acts quickly." Adv. Torturing eczema spreads its burning area every day. Doan's Ointment quickly stops its spreading, instantly relieves the itching, cures it permanently. At any drug store.-Adv. Three of a Kind A HARD HAND TO BEAT Here's your opportunity for a lit tle easy money. Good, comfortable 5-room house, bath, toilet, electric fixtures-also piped for gas-good kitchen range. All for $1,050. Terms, $250 cash; balance easy. 5-acre tract, on Rattlesn:ke, within two miles of bIusiness ce(n ter of Missoula. Good value for $1,500: for quick sale, $750 willi bhy it, including water right. 30 acres good land, within four miles of Missoula. When cl..ared this land should be saleable at $100 per acre or better. Wood enough on the tract to pay for it. Here's an excellent opportunity for a prof itable winter's Job. You don't have to go to war to make a "killing." Thie opportune time to buy Missoula real estate IS NOW; it will never be cheaper, Higgisin'Wfok. ' .VI 12 Modern Bungalow Desirable location, five rooms, bath basement, furnace, fireplace and mod ern in every respect; one block from university car line. Will accept small cash payment; balance payable monthly. Newlon & Gage NOTICE Notice is hereby given that there will be submitted to the qualified voters of the county of Missoula, Montana, at the General Election to be held on the 3rd day of November, 1914, the proposition of the bonding of the said county in the sum of $40, 000.00 for the purpose of building and erecting three County Bridges, two of which are to be constructed East of the City of Missoula at points across said Missoula river on the lUnndman 1 Ranch and the other of said bridges to be erected across said Missoula River West of Missoula at a point where the same will connect what is known as the Big Flat with the main county road leading west from the City of Missoula. FRANK NELSON, Chairman, e Board of County Commissioners in and for the county of Mis soula, state of Montana. Attest: W. J. BABINGTON, Clerk. Dated this 3rd day of October, 1911 in.4-an 1 Check Kindney Trouble at Once There is such ready action in Foley Kidney Pills, you feel their healing from the very first dose. l3ulcikche, weak, sore kidneys, painful bladder and irregular action disappear with their use. O. Palmer, Green lany, Wis., says: "My wife is rapidly recovering her health and strength, due solely to Foley Kidney Pills."-Missoula Driug Co.-Adv. NOTICE TO CREDITORS State of Mlollltna, county of 1lin soulta, as. Estate of Charles E. Schllrader, dc ceased. Notice is hereby given by the un dersigned executrix of the estate of tCharles B. Schrader, deceased, to the creditors of, atnd all pers1ons hnv ting clitims against, the said secest:ted, to exhliit theti. with the nec'ssary vouchers, within 4 months after the first publlinltion of this notice, to the said executrix ait the law office of F"loyd J.. Iogan, 401 to 404 Montana I buIlding, Mllissoula, Montlnna, ilthe sanme being the plac'e for the tralnsaction of the business of said estate in the county of Mlissolla. 1Id,'Li.All J. Sa'IlRAi)EIR, Executrix of the estate of C'Ihrles E. Schrdeilir, dectased(d. Dated O(ctober 3rd, 1914. 10-4-11-18-25 NOTICE The regulatr anlnual nleetlli.g of the stockholders of tile Union hall coin pany will be held in the city of IMis ROulai, state of Montana, :it their o(f flee at No. 111 West Front street. No vember 2nd, 1914, at 7:310 o'clock p. nt. for tile purpose of electing It board lof ( directors for thieensuing y'lr llld ror' r transacting ilnly other ,business Ithat may comtfe beforc said meeting. E. P. WO(ll.i1't IlAt(hIl, Secretary 1010on 11all ('otmpsny. 1). W. ERICKSON, P'resident. Dated at Missoula, October 2, 1914. 10-4-11-1e-i2 l CHICHESTER N PILLS Tliag itt A • RA , cto hli-oehs.tTimbr. oIl.ndn 1e ..1 ~t l nid Bed old m tirei National Forest Timber ror Sale, Seated bids will he reeived by the F'orest Supervisor, MIttssOUl, Montnna, op to and hiicluding Oc tober 27, 1914, for 15,000 Douglas fir aind laroh railroad lies, more ort less. upon ia designated areta in Sections 26 and 35, T. 18 N., I1. 27 W., M. P. Al., on Four Mile GulchI waterished, Lolo National Forest, Montana. No l1in of less thanl 7c per tie will lie consisdered. Deposit with bid $300. The right to reject tany and all bids reservedl. lefore bids are submlitted full information concerning tie timber, the conntl tlons of sale and the submission of bids should be obtained from the Forest Supervisor. Lolo Nitional Forest, Missoila, Monitana,. 9-27--10-4-11-18-25 Wanted to Exchange Well located vacant lots for im proved prbperty. Will pay or as sume difference. Hoverson & Stephens 202 Higgins Ave. Phone 203 Missoula Humane Society ' Officers If you have a case Which calls for their attention, notify one of the following: Mrs. J. C. Andersoo, president. Bell phone 981. Mrs. Frank Beckwlth, vice presl dent. Bell phone 94 .-ed. Mrs H. A, Whedld6n, sdrctaury. 8ell phone 8582 red. W. J. Babington, treasurer. Court. house. Bateman Transportation Co. Stage and Auto Service Be-. tween Ravalli and Poison Connects at Ravalli with Norther-_ Pacific trains east and west. Con nects at Poison with the Klondyke steamer, Ravalll, Montana. Stage leave, Revalllt st it a mt. .nti arrives at 2 O. m. INSTANT PosTUM Nexer. lia lnal.i~l tb ?aI~;;~. Short MIýl Wood and Kindling The most heat for the money SDry, per load ..................... -4.50 Green, per load .................... $3.75 Three loads green for..........$10.50 "Get our dry kindling for, per load ............................ .......... $3.50 CITY SAWMILL Phone 414 HOW IS YOUR FIRE INSURANCE? HOUSTON REALTY CO. 125 East Main bY Cutter's h lep Pills. Iw-IT . S All. Fre. reliably: A r.M rrRel tv S.rtotrn l~r-lk en bt'eoun they pro . ,.m test le.ers f other v€acines tatl. t luil et R t111 te: ,ti , al",. 1 " I-dose pkge. Btaoklke Pills $1.0 - . dose pkJ e. Blan olae Pills 4.00 1"p sf s Ulljre.rt , hilt S 'ertair', hea. Thoe ooportorlts o- ('uttr l t rt olt.o Is luit t, t vOr 1i R':lt of t I:itr!.ttl ýItt I vae!ntes and serums only. Insist on C tter's. It I ltoa ttitd..bp -r er ,Otn,,t. THE CIITTER LABORATORY, lsrkeley. Caltforni; SOCIETY DIRECTORY MISS uNILA tL) DT E NO. 13, A. P". & A. M.--Regular m lcttilgs first and third Tuesdays, in MaTh,. ie t«ntple. Sojourn ing brethren cordially Invited. Ii. (.. J(OIINST)N, . M. F. 1'. SU lI'I.S, Secretary. WI\STIIttN SUON CIIAPTItl1 NO. 11, IL. A. M.---Mt lcs first and third Fri days of eachl month, in Masnonle temple. VIIlli 0 )11l :" t,.NTZ, 13. P. ROY It II:INSO.N, Secretary. ITAIIMONY I,()T)IE No. 493, A. F. & A. M.-;Meets in K. of P. hall, Rast Front street. Regular comfnuni cations first and third Mon. days. Slieclal meetings every other Monday evening. Visiting memb rsa are specially invited. II. T. (ARA)DNEII, W. 1M. CYRUS R. AVERY, Secretary. O. E. S.. IMMANIlTI, CHAPTER NO). 54--legular meetings sec ond and fourth Wednesday of each month at 7:30 p. m., in Masonic temple. Visiting members cordially invited. ROSE L. MILLER, W. M. JOHN M'CARTIIY, W. P. HATTIE B. M URRAY, Secretary, O. E. S. ELECTA CHAPTEB NO. 7--Meets first and third Thutrsdays of each month in Masonic temple. Visitors ea. pectally welcome. MRS. THIIERESA KING, W. M. PE'I'ltR EINTELIEI3t, W. P. MRS. LIDA E. FARMER, Secretary. MISSOUIIA AERIE NO. 32, F. O. E. Meets first andi third Tuesdays of each month at 8 p. m., at Eaglee' hall, West Main. W. J. KELLY, President. JAR. . A.AKERI, Secretary. Ip. OYAT, ORDER OF MOOSE-Meets first and third Thursday evenings of each month at 8 p. m., at Eagles' hal. A. LTNK, Dictator. 'T. E. 0l.i KIttI,Y. RAnretarv. WESTERN MONTANA NATIONAL BANK Missoula, Montana UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY CAPITAL .......... .....2.......00,00 SURPLUS FUND ................. 50000 G. A. W OLF........'................. President JOHN C. LIIISOU_.Vice President J. H. T. RYMAN.............. Cashier Directors John G. Morony, M. A. Faike. G. A. Wolf, John C. Lehsou, P. H. Woody, J. I. T. Ryman A GENERAL BANKING IUSINESS TRANSACTED SCANDINAVIAN AMERICAN STATE BANK Missoula, Montana United States Depository for Postal Savings Fund. TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINE8S. Travelers' cheeks, dratts and letter. of credit available In all barts of the world. Safety Deposlt Boxes for Rent. Interest paid on Savings Aeoounts and Certifloate. of Deposit. MISSOULA TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK Missoula, Montana Capital ........... ... .. 2r 00,OOO Surrlua and Profit .. wooo Officers J. M. KEITH .......... -.....resident S. J. COTFEIiE.........c... Vco President A. R. JAC OU................... -...Cashier Directors J. M. Ketth. S. J. Coffo. J. R. Dally (. T. MllCullouigh. II. a':l. l (;reen ough, A. It. Iatobu,. Kltnntth Roa. We pay 3 per cent pro annum on Savings Deposits. For Trade 40 ACRES, partlyl iirtrotvtt: all good iliad, cl s lto to\V ttan roll roadl, for Orchard iote ti loperty. Taylor & Pearson 116 West Cedar Street. PHONE 920.