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i .~~~:21 ... ..... ... .. .... IC E ."r r~k : .. . . ... . .' "" ... . .. .. - !i :"' . . -'. . ;. " : " C1~ifls d Advertising Prw rd each day $ .0 SaItna pei week._ --..- .40 lin per moth. .......... 1.00 all ads must 'be ordered. for a stated length of tisme.. Orders for ads t ,be take. s out must be in the office before 1 p. m. for afternoon paper and p. m. for morning paper.. Mitimunt Qhargei Cste. -HELP W'ANED. YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN O learn newspaper and n magaz:ie drawing by 'mail from a, famous newspaper atist. Big demand for artists. endfor our beautiful ilus tated ma ai and list 'of pubils .Art tudios. . No.. 11!1' Flatiron Building, New York. City. HELP WANTED--MLE RAILWAY MAIL CLERKS, WANT ed. $75.00 month. Examinations coming. Sample questions free. Franklin Institute, Dep't 216 W., Boobedter, N. Y. nazir wanl't hw-rnamaw . WANTE.- FIVE. REFINED YOUNG lady solicitors. Good pay, call at Orvis Music House, .8 p. m., Satur day. Professor Rovero. SITUATION WANTED. WANTED-BY MAN AND WIFE, situation on ranch. Address G. B., Missoulian. SITUATIONS WANTED-MAL.. YOUNG MARR.ED "MAN, CAPA- ble of handling 1sh inegit gta work; also- firt- clas.. plumber, ' can also do heiir; * Sfd s" -a position -in small, live town. ,'or references ad dress F.: E. H;, Missoulian. GRADUATE. WIISCONSIN AGRICUL tuiAl college desires. position as foreman or manager of fruit or general,, farming ranch after Janu ary.# . Six years continual experi epe' in developing orchards and di rQCting general farm work. Two ye p:herdsman fpr one of most modern dairies in Wisconsin. Ad dress RI B., Missoulian. SI ATI'Q I WANTED-FEMALL. PRACTICAL- NURSING. 1201 Howell. WOMAN WANTS DAY WORK. Phone 709 Black. *YOUNG GIRL WANTS HOUSE work. Phone 1088. .YOUNG LADY WISHES POSITION as stenographer, experienced. J. K., Care Missoulian. WOMAN, WANTS WORK TAKING earsi _ dhildren ditring the even ta. k bne 1356 Rq. WA .EbD--CURTAINS TO LAtN dels; attisf.ction guaranteed. Phone 7 rsed, at 701 South First street WOMAN 'WITH 11-YEAR-OLD BOY Would like position on ranch; good cook; ealable. C. S., Missoulian. SALESMAN WANTED. WANTED-A MAN WHO NEEDS A dollar and is willing to work if given an opportunity to earn a good salary. Cash weekly. Address Capital City Nursery company. Salem. Ore. EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES.I:. SWANBEG'a, EMP. BUREA, 311 Higgins. Phone 1112. WESTERN EMPLOYMENT AGENCY 138 HRflIns Ave. Phone 389. DRESSMAKING. MRS NEAVES, 720 8. 1RD W. : A.'HRITE. PHONE 1169. E. 3` T$; 1ST NAT, BE. BLW . PRICIS q NABLE; PHONE 10, PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING }!, R C-R. PHONIC 489 BLACK. .; RM LOANS, T u MOeT ATTRAcT*IVYE 743 ,loan or you is the one that o"a be p' d otl.at any time in any amou stopping the interest on the amount lad -Reasonable rates. JogDep t.imr S.E InatIhus. Montana FIRE INSURANCE FOR FIRiEAO IDENT AND HEALTH insurance, surety bond, burglar in surance, see '~A. -C. Anderso. 112 Epat Cedar street, city. - Strong and rajiable comcahLlea. STORAGE 5 ROOMS,OSE AND BARN; 1 E 5-ROOM ,COTTA(1E. 818 DAiY A'; 8 ROOMS, M RODER M, REASONABLE *303' Poplar.: 4-ROOM 5IHOUSE AND BARN; E.4cT; side. Address, Box 206. "BOWL.AND,- GROOM, MODESN flats, Wheeldon-Rossi Co. aMODERN, 7-RtOOM. IDOUSE, $e0;00, 123 S. 3rd. Phone 544 Black. 7-ROOM HOUSE, 508 E. CEDAR'S T., L. N. Simons, 312 Higgins Ave.. MODERN 6-ROOM HOUSE T !14, Water paid, 601 North Second west. Phone 1008. NEW 3-ROOM PLASTERED HOUSE, lights and water; rent $10:; water paid. 934 W. Pine. Taylor & Pear son FOR RENT-S-ROOM, MODERN, 736 So. 3rd; 6-room, modern, (fur nace), 229 So. 2nd. W. H. Smead company. NEW, 4 ROOMS,. ELECTRIC lights, water, 6n car line Daly addi tion. Cheap to right party. Fred RIeplogle, 1739 S. 8th W. P. O. 804. FOR RENT-FURNISHED HOUSES 4 ROOMS, 327 E. FRONT. 4-ROOM, MODERN. 623 S. 3RD, FURNISHED FLAT. 412 COTTON wood. 4-ROOM, NICELY FURNISHED; 613 South Fifth west. •NE, LY FURNISHED, 5-ROOMd amodern cottage. Player piano in cluded. Wood and coal cheap, it wanted. Phone 330 evenings. FOR RENT-FIVE-ROOM HOUSE With sleeping porch. Furnished throughout. Good barn and chick en house; two acres of land. 1620 south Second street; renit reasona ble. Call after 1 p. rn, FOR RENT..FURNISHED ROOMS 301 EDITH, 9.5 BLACK. RASONAlBLE. 211 W. SPRHUCU LIGHT ANI) COZY, 321 S. 5TH E.' HOT AND COLD WATER. .UR. nace heat. 826 Ha.ze FURNISHED ROOMS-HOT WATER heat. Phone 408 Black. 601 Alder. HOUSEKEEPING ROQMS FOR RENT 808 W. PINE. 2 ROOMS.* PhIONE 593, 705 E. CEDAR. PHONE .I., MODERN, WITH GAS. 211 W. Spruce. FPR EXCHANGE. GOOD TEAM AND HARNESS FOR cord wood. Phone 608. CANADIAN LANrD TO TRADE FOR Missoula property. Give particulars. Address W. X., Missoulian, 40 ACRE- ORCHARD FOR CITY property; will entertain cash propo. uation, $7,000.00. .Box 387, Btevens ville. Mont. SEWING MACHINES. SPECIAL SALE, SIND.IAND SiEW Ing machines, $56'Up. Also one new Rotary Singer, Singer Sew. Mach. Co. WOOD iAWING. FOR STRATTOiB WOODSAW leave orders at Bqiner's groe; Dell 114 FOR PROMPT' WOOD BSAWING, Missoula Wood YTrd: phone 4$. LO.ST AND FOUND. LC1T, BEITWEERN'GRAND AVENUE aqn, courthouse, lady's Mna.lsilver. watch' and gold mesh fob. Reward. Return to Missoulian. $5 . REWARD OR EVIDENCE leading.to the arrest and conviction of the zPron who poisoned may thor oughbred Liew.ely> setter on Friday evening, November 27th.' William Morer. 1483 herwoo4 street TAXIIR@ 1i5T AND FURRIER G. T. LEWIS, 800 N. 4TH, PHONE 1010 Red." CARPET WRAVING. ru t.. W 8 1e Coomr MILLINERY FOR TIhEl COMING WEEK FELT TRADE 5-room modern hpuse, close in on South ýide, for lots. " 0 B. S. ORR PHONE 270 FOR HALE-MISCEL.ANEOUS WOOD, $1.50. 1191 RED. WOOD. 31.50. 1365 BLACK. DRIY- WOOD $1.50. 9451RED. GAB COKE. INQUIR$I, GA8 00. M'INTOSH APPLES. 8674 BLACK. HOUSEHOLD GOODS. 1526 S. 6 W. CHASE PIAINOQ CHEAp. PHONE 1149 Red. P WOOD-BIG, DRY LOAD, $1.50. MON. treuil, 1196 red. BALED HAY TN CARLOADl , , Brooks, Missoula. FIR AND TAMARACK WOOD, $5.25 cord. 519 E. Main. Tel. 99k. OLD PAPERS FOR SALE AT MIM. soulian office; 200 a hundred. WERNER'S ENCYCLOPEDIA BRIT tauica, 31 volumess. 1526 S. 6 W. $75 ROADWAGON BUGGY, $25 AT Feed Stable, today. 128 W. Cedar. SECOND-HAND SEWING MA. chines. Hoyt-Dickinson Piano Co. WOOD, GRAIN, FEED, AT RIGHT prices Missoula Wood Yard. Phone 458. PIANO, IN SPLENDID CONI~ITIOIN, cost $500. 'Will sell for $150. Phone 479. ADDING MACHINE, SLIGHTLY used, cheap. P. 0. Box 564, Spo kane, Wash. ALL KINDS OF ROUGH ,AND dressed lumber at Hayes Bpur, Baird: & Harper. 'IF YOU HAVE' $1,600.00 YOU CAN buy my 2 million timber claim; value at $4,000.00. W. B., Missoulian. $750E00 KURTZMAN PLAYER AND $50.00 worth of music, in fine con dition, $350.00. Phone 489 Black. FIR, PINE, TAMARACK, MIXED, wood for sale, Salvation Army, profit for benefit of poor. Phone 794. A _FEW CHOICE S. C. RHODE Island Red cockerels; also choice 2 year-old hens. Charles E. Lucas, Rural J, Phone 7412. fS8H at UIY OF FLOUR, DAIRY a' shOrts,barley, wheat, oats, etc. Call on Nag, the grain shipper and retajler .914.'.oole. Phone 1120. FURNITURE, NEW AND SECOND hand. I pay highest prices 'for see ond-hsd household goods. Hans Jensen. 185 W. Main, 895 Bell phone. WANTED-MISCELLANEOUS. $500.00 FOR 1 OR 2 YEARS AT 8 PER cent security, real estate; value $4,000.00. W. B., Missoulian. MONEY WANTED. WBI CAN' NET YOU 8 PER CENT for your money. Wheeldon-Rossi Co., Basement. Montana Block. VACUUM CLEANERS FOR RENT ELECTRIC CLEANERS. PHONE a63 AUCTIONEER, ,L. IRKHART, AUCTIONEER, 118 Wat Ceder. Resldence phone 1A3 black: afflc.. 78 hhlank. HIDES AND JUNK WESTERN HIDE AND JUNK CO. ays tire highest prices for hides, furs and junl; '517-27 West Main street. Bell 1068. CLEANING AND DY5ING. BUTTE CL ANERS. a50n . i( cm.N MONEY" TO LQAN. S . JONES, HIGGINS BLOO. PAR. --CITY. 0EO. I. BROOKS. PItVAT' 3ONEY TO LOAN ON eity *4e weacn property, Wheeldos Rosi oomuany. LOST, BLACK MOIRE HANDBAG - contaiing papers and keys. Re turn to Missoullan. HAT SHOP NEW BLOCKS, SIZE AND STYLE mad6 to sult. Austiq's Hat Shop, first door east of P. O. Harsh physics react, .weaken the ibowele, wil ea4 to cbronle cIonastpa R IUAPOLANO NOT T1 SUF[ER Berlin, -IDe. 4.--German military au thorities have;~taken measures to pre Vent famine among the inhabitants of the pts far Russian Poland occupied by the German army, according to news given out by the press bureau. GIRL CHEER-LEADER AT KANSAS SCHOOL Lawrence, Kan.--Miss Elizabeth Morrow is the first woman cheer leader K. U. ever had. She is a senior at the university and lives in Lawr ence. Miss Marilo -led a women's football rally tat the university, the first women's rally in the history of the school. She aroused so much enthusi asm that sbe.wes called upon to lead the cheering at an all-student rally in Rlbinson,;: . nasium. She made such a hit 1thli'he was called out on the field at: tbte Missouri-Kansas game to lead the rooters. COLLEG ,OLUNTEER` GATHN NEW YORK Geneva, N. i., Dec. 4.-Delegates from the Studeet--Volunteer corps in ipany colleges met here today fo- a three-day convention, and mission workers from mthy fields are address ing the young volunteers. Right Rev. Bishop A. S. Llqyd, president of the board of missions of the Episcopal chuurch, was s ker today. Others are Rev. R. L. Sitkin of Friends' mis. sion in West Chib: Rev. Mr. Vander bilt of the American' Presbyterian mis sion in Mexico City, Rev. Sam Higgin botham of India, 'nid Rev. W. I. Cham berlain, foreign 'secretary of the Re formed church board. NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING The annual meeting, of the stock holders of the Scandinavian American State bank of Mlissoula, Montana, will be held at the office of the bank in the city of Missoula, Montana, on Jan uary 4th, 1915, at 4 o'clock p. m.,, for the election of directors for the ensu ing year and for the transaction of such other ,business as may properly come before the meeting. Dated at Missoula, iMontana, De cember 4th, 1914. JOHN DAHLOREN, (Cashier National Forest Timber for Sale 2ealed bids will be received by the Forest iIjpervisor, Missoula, Mont., up to and including Janu ary 5, 1915, for 4,000 Douglas fir and larch railroad ties, more or less, upon a desinated area in Sections 24, 25 and 26, T. 16 N., R. 25 .WL, on Ed4y Creek drainage, Lolo National Forest. Montana. No bld of less than 7c per tie will be considered. Deposit with bid $100. The right to reject any and all bids reserved. "Before bids are submitted full information con. cerning the timber; tl1e conditions of said, and the -u0uimssion of bids shouttld be obtai l'om the For est Supervisor, adastula, Mont. National Forest Timber for Sale Sealed bids will be received by the Forest Supervisor, Missolila, 'Mont., up to and including Janu -ary 5. 1915, for 250,000 feet B. M., more or less, of dead and insect infested White pine upon a desig nated area in Sec. 11, T. 19 N., R. 30 W., on Savenac Creek water shed, Lolo National Forest, Mon tana. No bid of less than $2 per M .eet will be considered. Deposit with bid $100. Tbhe rsight to reject any and all bids reserved. Before bids ate submitted full informa tion concerning the timber, the conditions of sale, and the sub misesion of bids should be obtained from the Forest Supervisor, Mis soula, Montana. (4EVELANDS HEIR IS COLLEGE EDITOR EBeter, N, H., Dec. 4,-Richard F. Cleveland, son of the late president of the United States, Grover Cleveland, has been elected anhitor of the Phil liP* Exeter Monthly. Young Mr. Cleve land will be graduated from Exeter academy in the class of 195i. He is exceedingly active in the life of the big preparatory school, being a leader in the Christian fraternity and in the Wpecial group system for Bible study. For several years he has represented the academy at student conferences. Best for Kidneys-Says Doctor Dr. J, sr. R. Neal, Greenville, So. Car., says that in his 30 years of ex perience he has found no preparation for the kidneys equal to Ftole.- Kidney Pills. In 50c and $1.00 sizes. Best you can buy for backache, rheumatism, kidney and bladder ailments. liissouhl Drug Co.-Adv. FIRST BEAR STORY OF THE SEASON Worland, Wyo., Dec. 4.-Meeting a large black bear while carrying sup plies on horseback to a sheep camp, "Dad" Worland, 62, after whom this town is named, boldly charged the animal, QIttheugh unarmed, violently clanging i, sheep bell. The bear hesi tated an'instant, then tore for the tim ber at top apeed and climbed the first available tree. Worland kept it treed for several hours, clanging the bell whenever it showed a disposltion to come down, in the hope that some person with a gun would pass by. It was necessary for him to continue his journey after several hours. When he last saw the bear It was still in the tree. Dearness Cannot Be Cured by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There Is only one way to cure deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed con dition of the mucous lining of the EICUta. ehian tube. When this tube is inflamfed you have a rumbling sound or imperseot hearing, and when it is entirely closed, deafness Is the result, and unless the n flammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases out of 10 are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condi tion of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. Bold by Druggists, 750e. Take Hall's Family Pils for sonstlva. tinn - Adv VOTED DOWN. Olympia, Wash., Dec, 4.-The of fice help minimum wage conference today voted down a resolution for an eight-hour day limit for women em ployed in offices In Washlngton. No. 05539 MINING APPLICATION t. S. Land Office, Missoula, Mon tana, Nov. 18, 1914. Notice is hereby given that Mary B. Britton whose postoffice address Is Clinton, Mon tana, has this day filed her applica tion for a patent for 1500 linear feet of the vein, being 85 feet northerly and 1415 feet southerly from the dis covery point of the Queen Mary lode vein or deposit, bearing gold, sliver and copper, upon which the notice of intention to apply for a patent was posted at the mouth of the tunnel on said Queen Mary claim on the 8th day of November, 1914, designated a® sur vey No. 9702, SE.14 Sec. 18, and S.W.-k See. 17, T. 12 N., R. 16 W. Wallace unorganized mining district, Missoula cotinty, Montana, being described as follows: Beginning at Cor. No. 1, a fir poet, 4 ft. long, 5 ins. square, set 18 ins. In the ground with mound of earth and stone and scribed 1-9702, whence the E.1 Cor. See. 18, T. 12 N,, R. 18 W. bears N. 6 degrees 26 minutes W. 874.70 ft., thence N. 66 degrees 59 min utes W. 462.36 ft., thence S. 17 degrees 49 minutes W., 532.30 ft., thence 8, 77 degrqsa 16 minutes E. 190.50 ft.; thence S. 21 degrees 56 minutes W. 964.93 ft.: thence S. 66 degrees 59 min utes E. 616 ft.; thence N. 9 degrees 55 minutes E. 186.20 ft.; thence N. 7 de grees 05 minutes E. 1380.65 ft.; to Cor. No. 1 the place of beginning. Total area 16.885 acres, area in conflict with Sur. No. 7607 Bullion Lode .287 acres, not claimed, area claimed 16.568 acres. The location certificates of this claim are of record in the office of recorder of deeds of Missoula county, Montana, in book Z of Lode Loc. at page 884, book W, of amended locations at pale 56 and book 8 of declamatory state ments at page 185 respectively. The adjoining claims to these premises are, on the north the Fox Lode mining claim, on the east, the Blue Wing lode mining claim, on the south, the Bullion and Cape' Nome mining claims, and on the west the AladIn lode minlnr claim. PR, S M_- Wt ,e. .a, Notice for Bids. Sealed bids will be received at the office of the County Clerk and le corder up to 10 o'clock a. nm., Monday, December 7, 1914, for the burial of the paupers of Missoula county, who die between January 1, 1915, and Decemb. ber 31, 1915, except those who may die at the county poor farm. The board reserves the right to re ject any and all bids. By order of the board of county commissioners. 'Attest: W. J. BABINGTON, Clerk. FRANK NELSON, Chairman Board of County Commis stioners. Nov. 27-Dec. ., NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS To whom it may Concern, notice Is hereby given that scaled bids will be be received by the Board of County Commissioners of Mineral County, Montana, for the erection of a county jail at .Superior in said county. Plans and specifications are in the hands of the County Clerk and Recorder at Superior for the inspection of bidders. All bids shall be enclosed in sealed envelopes, addressed to Board of County Commissioners, Superior. Mon tana, and marked "Bids for Jail" and each bid shall be accompanied by a certified check in a sum equal to 10 per cent of the amount of bid, and mtust he received not later than De cember 10, 1914, at 2 o'clock p. m. BOARD 01F COUNTY COM MISSIONERS, By Frank J. Luedke, Dec. 1 to 7 Chairman. No. 05540 MINING APPLICATION U. S. Land Office, Missoula, Mon tana, Nov. 13, 1914. Notice is hereby given that Mary B. Britton whose prostoffice address is Clinton, Mon tana, has this day filed her applica tion for a patent for 1498.78 linear feet of the vein, being 1183.78 feet northerly and 315 feet southerly from the discovery point of the Wisconsin lode vein or deposit bearing gold, sil ver and copper, upon which the no tice of intention to apply- for a patent was posted at the mouth of the tunnel on said Wisconsin claim on the 8th day of November, 1914, designated as survey No. 979% N.E.'% section 18, T. 12 N., range 16 \V. Wallace unorgan ized mining district, Missotdla county, Montana. being described as follows: Beginning at Cor. No. 1, a fir post 4 ft. long, 5 ins. square, set 18 ins. In the ground with mound of earth and stone and scribed 1-9703, whence the N.E. Cor. Sec. 18, T. 12 N., R. 16 W., I bears N. 38 degrees 08 minutes E. 754.43 ft., thence N. 82 degrees 32 min utes W. 600 ft., thence S. 17 degrees 23 minutes W. 1498.78 ft.; thence S. 82 degrees 32 minutes E. 600 ft.; thence N. 17 degrees 23 minutes E. 1498.78 ft. to the place of beginning. total area' 20.336 acres. total area of this survey claimed by above named, applicant 20.338 acres. The location certificates of this claim are of record in the office of the recorder of deeds of Missoula county, Montana, in book Z, page 385, of lode locations, book W. page 35 of amended locations and book 3 of de claratory statements at page 186. The adjoining claims to these prem Ises being on the southeast the Custer Lode Sur. No. 0536; on the south the Northern Spy Lode Sur. No. 8833 and on the southwest the Carrie Nation lode. .FRANK M. M'IIAFFIE, Register. First publication November 14. 1914. 120 acres of Wheat Land Will prodluce 30 bushlels per acre. With wheat at $1 per bushel, one crop will pay for the land. This property' it mortgaged for $1,200. We will trade equity for good city lots. PHONE 212 W. H. Smead Company Orchard Home Bargain Six' heres, 2 miles from center of city, first-class water right. New set buildings; young and bearing orchard, alfalfa and clover meadow; + ome tools and machinery. This place has fine soil, is free from stone and a bargain at............$2,650 Taylor & Pearson 116 West Cedar St. TRADE Five acres, all in cultivation: fine soil, party will exchange for well lo cated lots. Hoverson & Stephens 202 Higgins Avenue. v Phone 203 Bateman Transportation Co. Stage and Auto Service Be tween Ravalli and Poison Connects at RaVall with Northerwn Paciflo trains east and west. Con necta al Polson. with the Klondyke .teer Rfvalll, Mout*.a St*age leaven Rttall at 8 a. m. aldsa S et at b.sbm. # - u. Rre 8thograpla. 4 a See SOCIETY DIRECTORY MISSOULA LODGE NO. 13, A. F. & A. M.-Regular meetings first and third Tuesdays, in Masonio temple. Sojourn ing 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 in K. of P. hall, East Front street. Regular communi cations first and third Mon days. Special meetings every other Monday evening. Visiting members are specially invited. H. T. GARDNER, W. M. CYRUS, R. AVERY, Secretady. O. E. S., IMMANUEL CHAPTER No. 54-Regular meetings sec ond and fourth Wednesday of each month at 7:30 p. m, in Masonip temple. Visiting members cordially invited. ROSE L. MILLEP., W. M. JOHN M'CARTHY, W. P. HATTIE B. MURRAY, Secretary. O. E. S., ELECTA CHAPTER No. 7-Meets first and third Thursdays of each month in Masonic temple. Visitors es pecially 'welcome. MRS. THERESA KING, W. M. PETER EITELBERG, W. P. MRS. LIDA E. FARMER, Secretary. MISSOULA AERIE NO. 32, F. . EB. Meets first and third Tuesdays of each month at 8 p. m., at Eagles' hall, West Main. W. J. KELLY, President. JAS A. BAKER, Secretary. LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE-Meets first and third Thursday evenings of each month at 8 p, m., at Eagles' hall. A. LINK, Dictator H. E. BLAKELY, Secretary. MISSOULA TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK Missoula, Montana Capital ............ ..................... 200,000 Sdrplus and Profits........... 0,000 Officers J. M. KEITH....................President S. J. COFFEE............Vice President A. R. JACOBS......................... Cashier Directors J. M. Keith, S. J. Coffee, J. R. Daily 0. T. McCullough, H. Paul Green. ough, A. IL Jacobs, Kenneth toss. We pay 3 per cent per annum on Savings Deposits. WESTERN MONTANA NATIONAL BANK Missoula, Montana UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY CAPITA I, .................................$20 ,000 SURPLUS FUND............. 560,000 G. A. W OLF..........................President JOHN C. LEHSOU....Vice President J. H. T. RYMAN.................Cashier Directors John G. Morony, M. A. Fiske, G. A. Wolf, John C. Lehsou, F. H. Woody, J. If. T. Ryman. A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED SCANDINAVIAN AMERICAN STATE BANK Missoula, Montana United States Depositary for Postal Savings Fund. TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS, Travelers' checks drafts1.atlbttetra of credit aveliable in all iarts of the world. Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent. Interest paid on Savings Accoount and Certifioates of eposit. Missoula Humane Society Officers If You have a case which calls fot their attention, notify one of the following: Mrs. J. C. Anderson, prealdent. Bell phone 931. Mrs. Frank Beckwith, vl pre*~ dent. Bell phone 894 Red. S Mrs. H. A, Wheeldon. Bell nhone 85623 Red. W. ,Babiagton, tpcruret JI ou~se1ai.·_, !l 1