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WANED- .-M "8 .tANE.
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csur~e fo6r. J. B.,~ care ;Mieeouli~an. n
WANTED-200. C ~i~ANS UIT TOS*~ F
but in, our, Chrisatmas: baslketa for
the poor, or anythingthat'. wll go to
makecllD~up.; a, wod basket w, hone 7¢
Salvati~on Army.. ·· ·,··
EMPLOYMEýTr AGpENOt +.
IOSBT-BUGOG O. ,:, ATU.RDAY
evening. Iteturn to 6365B. E.ront;
reward. A " a:
L :T-O NELSTWI H BLA oR ANK.
et. Finder vreturn tba Bordeau and
huating cae, bbahe
Dennis. ReweUN dI , R PAIRI
an}d 700 block oh:. 6th St W.ae
In back. Return to MieS. n.
HIDESi~ ANO JUNK; -
WcSTERN HIDE ANA;D JUN CO.
sthe hlsbest Npriee tow hdes,
r und jSun:; 5 * ,7' Wenr Main
.treet Bell- °1083.
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leav orders at to edr'i 8roc; Bell 11
Porr PROMaPT Iwool) 'SAWINGa
MONEY TO LOAN:.'
S. 31. JONES. r->Iili, moNS `e. .Ew.ot7
Pi.WAT3'1 MONK , TO > !ANl ON
city .und wanch't pwtm. WebesdoD
containing ~itpapersand keysy;. Re
turp to Mismoulian.
S TOQRAGE:.
d~h T QXRA~ga .- RVRRT
tfing on Ktti; expert' packlzg and
orattzs. 3. Reely, 734 West Ce.
dor.: Bell phoone.
*EWIGJG MACHINES.
BPEC~A OAIL 2ND-HAND ; SEW
tuPt marsttchies, $5 up. Alo one new
Roqtary ;singer. SingerSew. dMach. *.o
HTT SHOP
OLD HATS WADfi NEWI; SIZII AHND
style changed ; to t; ne~w blocks;
'oast o -iagiamteas bought. Austin's
Hat Shox*;<. fir s oor east P. .0.
Phone 1357 EZlc.
FtRIR INSURANCE
FIOR FIRR,AC TAND3EINALTH
insurance, 5uwutybr*bnd4 b1 14ar n
surance; seo. ,A. K d'tsnoxin 113
rast Cedarw stMri; oityr. Strong, and
reliable colmpnsiiqs
loan for you 1:. n et atca be
paid ot# at qtl m i enx aout,
Onflig thp- t
CLEAINJGiOND qYEN
lu th~e d r i t lcl
,-p Te4 m a r$ ut Co r n M im u
sous.
Motaa; orAlg 7$hf
o i w e:
o.0?
the scae . of DIgt1 It thq
A ie fth:abv
4,tho W o'
.OOD. ste Pr sater, . . rkr
Boites. Phone 458.
1050-LB. MAR, PERIýE C'1
soudd, $3:5. Phon,89-.
FOR FANCY M'INTOS SNOW AN
er rapphples, phone 1.
cord. o19 E. Mai Tel: .h
OLt -PAP+R) OR1
soulian otticet; ;0 PiS'RwALdeA
2 IATES, 4 Wi _ .LANK
eta, 1 wagon robe. rug.` 119 l. 1.,
S3OOND-HAND SEWING MA.
ohines. Royt-Didklnron Plean '
Slots of. 2 boxes dmre.s . 872-3 Bls.
PIANO., IN SPLEbU ONDITIO ,
cost $500. Will sell for 510. Phone
479, ,
ADDING 1(ACHI0NI SLIGHTLY
u... P F, Oi. Bon 6 4, Spo..
FIVE 'BOAR PIG , 6 MONTHS OLDW.
Eligible to reglater. C.. D. Parker,
,Bonita, Mont. ` ,
AI KINWD._ OW' 'OUlG'H N
profits or bemnfit of poor. Phoa a.
BARGAIN-LADY'S THlREE-QUAl-T
ter Astrakhawn fur coat, size 40;
never worn. 544 SL 3rd W. Phone
1005.
4MI T ROUTE, COWS AND EQUIP
ent, in good town, part cash, . t5l
1ce 3 years. Address C. BI H., Mi.
tJeaee. 12 W. Main. 9S 'ell pbone,
WILL .SZL ALL MY WIIITI OtR
ihingtons and Anorcas, including
penh of each winhning ribbops: at
stitate ahow, 1918. and shaow held at
Miseoula. 1914, Hepworth, 359 Black.
Take Ci-d. Eaily.
Have you ever. considered why you,
should take cold·easily? Is it ,nt due
to apeasitiye skin? Thiat is the usual
cause: .xItaso..take a cool but notcold
sponge bath every morning before
breakfast and rub with a dry towel
uWtlthe's~cin is dry tnd warm.- Then
whep you take a cold get rid of it as
quickly as possible, and to acopplish
this you will find Chadaberlain's:
Cough Remedy mst ,excellet,, Its re
markable cures of bad colds have won
for it a wide reputation and ixnmense
sale. For sale, by all dealer$.-Adv.
NOTICE OF PRIVATV SALE OF
REAL 'ES IE
In the District 4 4f 0 thee Fourth
Judicial District ofa tle htate of kMon
tania in and for' the;l o of Mis
soula.
In the matter of the, estatE of Fran
cia . Filoher, deceased;
In pursuance df· 'ait trder of the
above entitled court nade on Janu
ary 3rd, 1914, the undearsj#ed admin
istrator of said est taet wf sell at pri
vate sale,, subject tO ,nfirmlatlon by
said cdurt,-on or after fi ber° 81st,
19.,, that certain ,piece or parcel of
laed situated In said county of Mis
soula, state of MoataAa,. descrIbed as
,tllowe, to-wit: Tih{' ea4t half of the
northwest quarter,, leB thirty-seven
`roa 'off the west sidel t ereta and the
west half of the northeat qu.arter of
saetion 20, township 1 north, of range
1i west- of the Moqltona mdridian, con
taining 123 acres,&,r 4ri r less.
Trraps of:ale: M Ish or one-half
cash, balante to be plid in one year
or less with eight per cent interest,
$anio to be secured by n. mortgage on
1 itar t be in writing and may
be left at tae law office of Ralph L.
Arhold, I HlIgBings' iocic, Missoula,
Montana;.
J. C, >RI.R,
...adminiArrator of the estate of
irrateis L.P iloher,. deceased.
Dated Dlecepber 14, 19.tt
- Dec. 15-22
NQTICE TO QCREDI11RS
't1e.of Montana, Countyr of Mis
, ofC Mattle 30. Lee deceased,
it ibreby gvyn by, the under
-.trato o thie ýestate of
deow to the .cred
# haeving claims
e sai aeasd ,p exhibit
vaouhers
fa first pub
, Ml , Montana,- in
Smi .7tevens
Sle tmthe the
Sti saidt es
of ., t# estate
°deeased.
, 5
i'Ve
e Ret44tfiei S eIn -i Wumpbh te Pal tie otel, .. WetW ,
leroes VAedann bA PiIvm we mI
leeatrie Suter , 1*e Iins et'WIM telVly "mode S. l O 1efs l Oatletisl
Phoene IMS. te4It# tac and she s eSt.
TAILORING AND PRESSilNG al-lter ro l rt
4 dks, the Taker vslta to enemed PWVb Hef +t u.' A. Sidvoog,
We Ma p e.. l teetly sieen a id to da
urdlIek's TyA r. Sb ips Pafeonal srviee a Ea . Plihat*
Annes. iae eels and dining ews i e .a.
r u- n+,,. el . le-in. Gerisn diheli a elfty
J. A. Colling at Mi s'. Sielal at- WELDIN
teonln .to ! ,ee Po If yep like good weidldg, go Ie
New Method Ep, No HIagie Woody Street. Pho 58. Miseemlala
Ne_ eo_ _________ __,_....._,,. ____ Welding Works.
SEOOND-HAND DEALER. HIDES AND JUNK,
SG. T. Meade, Furnitulre. 114 W, Cedar. Attention-We Give Pull Value and
Phone 1411 J. prompt returne for hides, pelIts,
Frank Long, Dealer lin NewI and So- wool, rubber. Misbsula Hide and
and Hand 1a$a 11 W. e4aN. Wool Depot, t1 Woody; 1S Sleek.
TINA;iER SHEET METAL WORKS
Reild, the Tinner Murnaas. Tel. Sl I. L. Metoalf, 129 Aider. Tel. 71.
PAINT AND -PAPER HANGIN . *1peOIatty, Warm Air Purnacee"
H'arry Wright. Phone I8 Slaik. GARAGE.
OIL AND CASQLINE. Tumulia and lelber Auiteo Co., General
+Daly Additton Store-Geneeal *0. rie ire welding; work guaranteed,
oerier, Oil and Gasoline. Prompt die
lIIvery; 760 lack. INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE
PIANO TUN1NG Fred C. Stoddard, 14 Higgins Bloole
PIANO TUNING Hammond and aly Ad 'n Iota.
A. McLean, Oi House. UPHOLSTERING.
S CIDER AND VINEGAR Mattresses, Box Springs, made and re
made; featkers put in no.-pread
C. H. MOSS, 624 N. Flretl Phone 438 tick. Also renovated. Upholstering
Black.; city dolivery., and auto trimming, Phone 1128. 510
f TRANSFER AND STORAGE South Higgins.
SMUSIC INSTRUCTION.
Storage.Prof. Angelo RoveroaIn
SStorage Prompt and lible. Phone usi Studio In Orris Music store.
S7952. All instruments and vocal. Inatru.
mente supplied beginners. lands
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER and orchestras of male end female
. e. R iairi 1 -W.P mpmbers being organized. Call for
Ii ie Rprn--hunk-144 W. Pron* partiulars.
ONEI DME
FAMILt IN
One hundred men; the heads and sole
supporters of. Missoula. families, are
declared to be out 9o Work.
That total does not: include half the
actual number, if the law of averages
holds; it includes only those who hap
pened to read an advertisement offer
ing $5 worth of labor to adl heads'of
families in need of employment.
Last Saturday there appeared in the
Missoula papers an advertisement of
work for unemployed married men. The
Interstate Lumber company announced
that it would give qmployment for a
day or two to all married men in the
city who needed work. 'Enough work
to. pay for a Christmas dinner," the
advertisement offer; ..".:
Yesterday, 1 Ai ual . working
hours after the 'p co of the ad
vertisement, 106 i`1i had'applied for
work. Sunday i ~oldky. Those
100 men applied, fortWo Adaturday and
yesterday.
Estimates of the actual -number of.
destitute families, 'based upon the
necessarily incomplete showing in so
shbrt a time, range all the way from
two to five hbndred,
It seems certal Ibat, taking all un
employed classes ito consideration'
and estimati'ng' the families at the
average number "o tve each, at least
2,500 Missoula P .,. e facing.the
!winter without wwr.to tE o. One-sixth
of the city's pops anof 1.,000 wotuld
seem destitute, or so,
Yesterday the t tatse "4.rber
co pany was fort4 f w .i': its
advertisement. c e.A pe
with applicants foa or h~hei days
of Work in its oo yards,
'"he response in," snid
Manager Swine e y One
hundred men. ~vp applied to
us for work. bei e matn were
the heads of we Reitlpu
louply refused to tani others.
We were able to ork.to about
,. of them, To ho. said that
they were not' dedtitut we
ex$atned that s trd am
needed the they sera
S table enoutgh to give wa.
Se have done th .best ,we 'could
dj tWe have ma woirk for as sbinay
them all.
No. 05340
MINING APPLICATION
t. S. LLand Office, Missoula, Mon
, Nov 18, 1914. Notice is hereby
giveh that Mary B. Britton whose
pro4toffice address is Clinton, Mon1
tana, has this day filed her applica
'tion for a patent for 1498.78 linear
feet of the vein, being. 1183.78 fteet
northerly and $15 feet southerly from
the discovery point of the Wisconsin
lode vein or deposit bearing gold, all.
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, 9703, N.E.1A section 18, T.
12 N., range 10 W. Wallace uporgan
ited mining district, Missoula county,
Montana, being described as follows:
Beginning at Cor. No. 1, a fir pobt
4, ft. long, 5 ins. square, set 13 ins, in
the ground with mound of ;erth and
stone and scribed 1-9703. whence the
N.E. Cor. Sec. 18, T. 12 N., R. 16 W.,
bears N. 38 degrees 08 minutes B.
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 3.
1498,78 ft. to the place of beginning.
total area 20,338 acres; total area of
thl. Lsurvey claimed by above niamed
applicaTt 20.386 acres.
Who Tocation certificates of this
claim are of record in the office of
the recorder of deeds of Missoula
county, Montana, in book 'Z, 8v* 885
of lode locations, book Ypas P. 8 of
amended locations, and book. a of de
claratory statements at Page .8.
The adjoining claimq to theee prem.
laes being on the southeast the Custer
Lode Bur. No. 5886; on the South the
Northern Spy Lode Sut. No.' 88'8' and
on the southwest the .asrrie Nation
lode.
FRANKI M. M'HAWPW1,Z Register,
Pirst ublicatlons. Novembee,14 1914.,
SNOTICE TO CREOITQI.d
State of Montanau county of Mis
0oula, s5.
Estate of Emily V. -Marshall, do.
ceased: Notice is hereby givet by
the undersigned adminietrator -t the
estato of inity V. Maisball 'ceased,
to the creditors of and.,al persons
having claims against h s a.t de,
ceased to exhibit them ;w*-t;l the %*c-.
essary vouchers within four moaths
after the firm: publicatiao o this no
tice, to Fred 1. Ai~gntae, atto1ney
for the estate at rood 115 Iirst N*it'l
Bank block, Mlissoula, the mamte beting
the place for the transratdih of the
business of said estate in the county
of tiaeoutla.
J.. M. KEITH
Administrator the estate of tmily
V. arshall, deceaasd.
Dated November 24, 10 4.
Nov. 24-D-e. 1-8-15
T al conernier : I will Inoti b re
pse Ate for any dlmcol4rtsted b4y
nm wite. Mrs. Alma. Sernrt, ad
ch'rged tW my account.
l)D SWRNZIRT,
134-8.14
No. 05589
MINING APPLICATION
U. B. Land Office, Missoula,. Mon
tansa, Nov. 13, 1914. Notice is hereby
given that Mary B. B3ritton whose
postoftice 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
aod 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 as sur
vey No. 9702, RIE. Sec. 18, and S.W.14
Sec. 17, T. 12 N., RI 16 W. Wallace
unorganised mAinig district, Missoula
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 soribed 1.9702, whence the
2E.%, Cor, Sec. 18, T. 12 N,, R. 16 W.
bears N. 8 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., 682.80 ft., thence S.
77 degrees 1 minutes E. 190.50 ft.;
thence 9. 21 degrees 66 minutes W.
964.98 it.: thence . 866 degrees 59 min
utes E. 616 ft.: thence N. 9 degrees 65
minutes 13. 186.20 ft.; thence N. 7 de
gries 06 minutes E. 1830.65 ft.; to Cor.
No; i the place of beginning. Total
asat 16.885 acres, area in conflict with
Sau. No. 7107 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 Loo, at page 384,
hnrok W, of amended locations at page
88 and book 3 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
Wipg lode mining claim, on the
south, the Bullion and Cape Nome
mitning claims, and on the west the
Allsdin lode mining claim.
SFRANK M. M'HAFFIBI, Register.
t'IYrt puhlieation nvemhbr 14. 1914.
Notice to 8tgokholders.
The annual meeting of the stock.
holders of the First National bank of
Mtilla will be, held Cn Tuesday,
Janumary 12, 1915, at the office of the
direotbre in the First National bank
building, Mlssoula,.Mont., between the
hours;of 10 o'clock a. I, %and 4 o'clock
p.. m., for the purgose of electing d&I
rectors for the ensuing year and
transacting such other businesq as
may properly come before such meet
ing,
December 12. 1914,
BIXDAR A. N13W1O'N, Cashier.
OQR RENT-4a0 ACRiS.
one-half, in tame her; sil tlla ble.
l'1sty of water, Fine. soil and a
ppleadl4 opportuatty for a rtsponible
and d:rtllable tenant.,
A Clans Ad wil hxIb; $R,'ou help,
treet. Regular
eton first and third
days. peAelals
t every other Monday
Vilttig members are speciially
H GARMODNER W.M .
SYRUS49 AVE. F. & A. -
KOE.of P. I }ball, Bas
Ntro. e- Regular 0
ondctons frst nd ourth
each month at 7:30 p..
Miasoni o templb e Va.sltnl .i
t cordially invited
ROE L. ARDNER, W. M.
JOHN M'ARTVRY, W . P.
HATTI]E B. MURRAY, ieoretaL
0. E. S., ELECTAN CIHA~E:
No. 7-Meet igularst h third
eacThursdays on each month 1
Masonic temple. Visiting *or
pecally wnvtlcome.
MRS. THERLA KING, W., M .
PETEJOHNR EITBA R, W. P.
ATMR. LIDA. MUFARMER, Secretaty.
MISOULA AERIE NO. 82, 1, O CH E
Meets first and third Tuesdays of eaoh
month at p m., t agles' hll, WVisitors t
Main.ly welcome.
W.MRS. THERSA KKINLLY, Preidnt
JAS A. FARER, Seretary.
MOOSE --Meete frst
and thirrdTuesdays huof ea
eveningr of eaOb
month at 8 p. m., at
Eolase hall.
W.. KELLY, DPresidtent.o
J. A. BLAKEL, Secretary.
MISSOULA TRUST AND
SAVINGS BANK
Missoula, Montena
Capital.......................».
drplua and Profits..»»...... 0
Offlcers
3. M. KEITH..:.................President
S. J. COFFEEU.......... Vice President
A. R. JACOBS ...................Cashier
Directors
J. M. Keith, 8, J. Coffee J. R. Daily
G. T. McCullough, H. Paul Green.
ough, A. R. Jacob,s Kenneth Ross.
We pay 3 per cent per annum on
Savlnge Deposite.
WESTERN MONTANA
NATIONAL BANK
Missouta, Montana
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY
CAPITAL ........... ..$200,000
SURPLUS FUND.... ...... l0,000
G. A. WOL....................President
JOHN C. LEHPOU....Vlce President
J. H. T. RYMAN.................Cashier
Directore
John .. Morony, M. A. Flakei.G. A.
Wolf, John C. Lehsou, F. H. Woody,
J. If.. T, Ryman.
A GENERAL BANKINOG
BUSINESS TRAN8ACtIE
y
SCANDINAVIAN
AMERICAN
STATE BANK
Missoula, Montana
United States Depositary for Poatal
Savings Fund.
TRANSACTS A GENERAL
BANKING BUSINESS.
Travelers' checks, drafts and letters
of credit available in all parts
of the world.
Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent.
Interest paid on Savings Aooounts
and Certificates of Deposit.
Missoula Humane Society
Officers
If you have a case which calls for
their attention, notify one of the
following:
Mrs. J. C. Anderson, president,
Bell phone 931.
Mrs. Frank Beckwith, vice presi
dent. Bell phone 894 Red.
Mrs. H. A. Wheeldon, sereztary.
Bell chone 856B Red.
W. J. Babington, treasurer, Cowrt
house.
If It's a Bargain
you have been waiting for, we have
it; 4-rooms, 3 plastered, newl, cal.
somined, papered and painted In
side and out; water in house; elec
tric light, concrete 'foundation and
cellar; sidewalk in and paid: for;
taxes paid. Price .0..................F60
Taylor & Peraor
116 West Cedar St.
WANTED-TO EXCHANGE
Two well located lots on south side
for 4 or 5-room house on north side.
Will pay or assume difference.
HOVERSON a STEPHENS
202 Higgins Ave. Phone 203
BItean Transportatio Va
Stage and AMt. >
tween hv4a
Connects at
?aoifto trway
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