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Notice of Probate of Will.
In the District Court of the Fourth
Judicial District of the State of Mon- '
tana, in and for the County of Mis- !
In the matter of the estate of Lewis ,
C. Hailing, deceased.
Pursuant to an order of said court, 1
made on the 2f>th day of January. 1918,
notice is hereby given that Saturday,
the 9th day of February, 1918, at 10
o'clock a. m.. of said day, at the court
room of said court, at the court house
in the county of Missoula, has been an. |
pointed as the time and place for prov- :
ing the will of Lewis C. Hailing, de
ceased, and for hearing the application
of Ada A. Hulling for the issuance of
herself of letters testamentary, when
and where any person interested may ,
appear anil contest the same.
Dated January 25th, 1918.
H. M. RAWS', Clerk. I
By L M. ROBERTSON, D. C. j
A. Besancon, attorney for petitioner.
1-26 to 2-4, I
To all males of fourteen years and
upwards who are natives, citizens,
denizens, or subjects of the German
•Empire or the Imperial German Gov- ;
You are hereby notified that I have '
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of the United States as chief registrar ,
for the city of Missoula.
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of Missoula has been regularly desig- |
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ruary 9. Inclusive. The. office of the
chief of police will be open from 6
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Chief of Police and Registrar for the
City of Missoula.
1-25 to 2-9 Inc.
"A few nights ago one or my patrons
h#4 a amaii child taken with croup
abyut midnight." writes M. T. Davis,
BéatKvlUe, W. Va. ' They came to my
stgr# and got a bottle of Foley's Honey
altd Tar. Before, morning the child
had entirely recovered." Use only
ESrtey**, tor coughs, colds, croup, and
grip. —Missoula Drug Co.
Would You Like to Own
a Home in Sunny San
We have a pari
like to hear from
ested in such an .
O.B.S.Orr Realty Co.
Partly in alfalfa.
GOOD FIVE-ROOM HOUSE
Owner Is Non-Resident;
Asks for a Fair Price.
Come and look at the property and
make us an offer.
Stephens - Bates Co.
110 East Cedar St. Phone 662
South Side Bungalow
Five rooms modern; well built:
spilt boulder foundation; southeast
frontage; lot 45x130; close to high
school; a splendid home at the very
reasonable price of $3,350.
FRANK M. PEARSON
116 West Cedar Street
Over my list of homes before buy
ins, prices from $500 to $12,000, and
terms to suit.
Houses to Let
6 rooms, north side ............... $23.50
5 rooms, central ..................... $25.00
S rooms, south side $26.50
7 rooms, southwest ...............$12.50
5 rooms, Daly addition $20.00
6 rooms, furnished. Daly Add. $26.50
We pay the water.
Harry J. Morison
105 E. Main St. Phone 194
Fire Insurance Written in Reliable
The Stanclift Realty Co. will here
after ho known as Stanclift Shove
Realty company. We have buyers
now for a number of 5-room, mod
ern, suburban houses, well located
and reasonably priced. We want
a big list of city and suburban
properties for rental. We have the
customers and we can he of real
service to you. "No deal is satis
factory to us unless It is satisfac
tory to you." Call, phone or write
Stanclift & Shove Realty Co.
Phone 335 J
First National Bank Basement
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carry your message twice a day.
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Advertisements by Phone
The Missoulian, as an accommo
dation to its patrons, accepts classi
fied advertisements by telephone,
but will not be responsible for mis
takes In ads or number of Inser
LEARN TO DANCE NOW. COM
plete course of 12 lessons, ,
Classes Monday and Friday even- *
Ings. Private lessons by appoint
ment. The Missoula Dancing Acad
cmy. Barber & Marshall hall. Phone
Mi Red. _ _____
A REAL SNAP
IN A FURNISHED HOME.
Four-room houso, rooms birgo,
modorn, all furnish* «1, with Rood
ranpo and bouter, kitohon utensils,
dining room sot, combination writ
ing desk, rugs, etc. Price, $1,000.
$100 down. Sir. por month.
Ira C. Watson Realty Co.
Residence Phone 608
First National Bank Bldg.
REAL ESTATE—FOR SALE OR
NEARLY 400 ACRES IRRIGABLE
and tillable, three mile ditch about
completed, ail fenced, house, barn,
?te„ 150 acres ready for plow: on
main highway, station and spur on i
dace. $40. Wheeldôn-Kossi Co. I
it y in Idaho,
Address A. A
00 CLEAR TN
iood wheat land:
iays $ 1,500 a year
FOR HA LE OR
will trade for Missoula property.
W. E. Campbell, Dixon. Mont.
hotel and poolroom at para
dlse, Mont. Inquire Ed. F. Rlberdy,
St. Regis, Montana.
LOTS NEAR DALY ADDITION,
school, on terms. W. C.. Missoullan.
RANCHES FOR RENT
l'OR RENT 20« ACRES ON RAIL
load. Bench and bottom. Call 8401
Ulk. for particulars.
HI A< RES FOR RENT"PHONE 8422
JEWELRY A WATCH REPAIRING
WATCHES repaired in rest
possible manner at low prices by
1-9 W. Front BtreeL
MARK, CAME TO
,pril, branded E on
• fur <
ut forehead and nose.
Peter Homer, lie Smct,
HORSE CAME TO
10. Phone 8573 Red.
I-A RGB ROOM SUITABLE FOR
lodge meetings. Inquire John 1L
Daily, 111 W. Front.
AUTOS FOR SALE.
nit SALE—04 mYd FOUR CYLINDER
Reo, perfect condition, fully equipped. !
Consider what you will have to pay;
for a car next spring. Missoula Mo- ;
_u>r Co., 128 w. Cedar st.
FOB S \lE LIGHT TOURING CAR, J
fully equipped In perfect condition !
for hard use. Missoula Motor Co. !
HR SALE -GOOD STCDKBAKBR
in excellent condition. $475.00. MIs
(lia Motor C
LIGHT SIX TOURING
I. I,.. Missoulian.
RANCHES—FOR BALE 36
AN EXCEPTIONAL BARGAIN: 10'
acres. Splendid 7-room house, barn, *
chicken houses, ice house, sheds, i
horse, cows, poultry, machinery. Easy j
terms or will consider south side j
home as part trade. For particulars .
call 8401 Black.
DAIRY RANCH, good BUILDINGS, |
close to Hamilton, for sale or lease, j
Will take well located modern retd- ,
donee part payment. F. H. Iteeaer, '
GENERAL STORAGE — EVERY
thing on earth; expert packing and
crating. J. W. Reelv, 784 West Cedar.
BRUNO CHILIN8KI; «33 8. SIXTH
VV„ or w ill call.
FOR SALE—LOTS' IN OAKLAND)
4'ul., 128x115. Will exchange for city
property or farm lands. Box 158,
HEATING AND VENTILATING.
WARM AIR HEATING. METCALF
Sheet Metal Works. 129 Alder.
THE MISSOULA HOTEL, J. A
Walsh, M»r. Steam heat, telephone,
thoroughly modern. Week and month
THE i'VXT'iN, UNDER NEW MAN
» g e ment Tran»'ent and permanent.
3 To 5 ROOMS FURNISHED FOR
light housekeeping, near I*. O. Fer
modern bons«-, close in. Phone »77. I
FOR RENT—STORES, OFFICES 18
SMALL STORE ROOM OR OFFICE
room, inquire John It. Daily, 111 W.
nt, reliai»!*. V. H„ Missoulian.
ED-4-ROOM. UNFURNISHED )
A NO. J PROPERTY CHEAP. BUINO
tng $154 per month. Two blocks from
Federal building. Will taka good
farming land aa part payment. AP'
ply to owner, 430 Washington SL,
-JÎÎÎÎ2H!*-. ---------------- -------
FOR SALE—F! V E ROOM MODERN, 8
barn, chicken house. Reason
able terms. 605 Woodford.___ ^
2 SMALL HOUSES NEAR N. P)
shops, phone 1421 J.
SKINNERS $4.Of); llOOKMEN $(.00;
swampers $4 00. carpenter helpers
$5.50; R. R. laborers $3.25. Idaho and
j Washington. Daily shipments. Let
us hire your help. Star Labor Agen
cy. 333 N. Higgins, Missoula. Phone
day or night.
: HEMP- |
( >re.. \\
' GLASS 1
ply to F. j
M. Novvah, Phiiipshurg, Mont.
hoy with house for paper
route. Call at Mlssoulinn.
M 'N FOR GENERAL RANCH WORK
WANTED A HOUSEKEEPER AT
once. Please answer by phone. Tlio
Ovando Drug Co.
WANTED 2 GIRLS'.' ADDRESS POL
son steam Laundry, Poison, Mont.
i H .ENElt W, HOUSEWORK,
WANTED REA I, MEN TO CAN
VUBS daily, supplying the increased
demand for our line. Cash weekly.
Address Capital City Nursery Co.,
SALESMAN WANTED THE JEW
ei Nursery Co.. Lake city. Minn,
largest tjnd oldest nursery In the
northwest. Room 21« Florence hotel.
WANTED CLERICAL ASSISTANT
for full or pari lime. Must he aide
lo use typewriter, accurate with fig
mis and neat In penmanship. Ap
ply In writing to box 1593, city.
WANTED A COMPETENT STEN'
ograplier and typist for one or two
months special work. Pleasant posl- |
lion. Apply al once "Stenographer, I
care Missoullan. ' i
WANTED 2 MEN \ND WOMEN.
Wc guarantee p|g salary to right
partit«. Call at B a. in. und 7 p. m .
Room 5, Postal Telegraph Office. I
high SCHOOL I to y DESIRES po
sition öfter school and Saturday.
Rhone «70 Red.
BY EXPERIENCED MAN AS COL
leclnr or salesman. Address D., care
YOUNG WOMAN WANTS TO CARE
for children. Phone 1491.
MATERNITY NURSE. PHONE 1491.
LOST AND FOUND.
PARTY WHO TOOK GLOVES,
purse containing money, and other
articles from <oat at Union hall on
Wednesday night please return to
_Missoullan office and avoid trouble.
FOUND FIRST NATIONAL BANK
check book. Owner may have same
by proving property and paying for
LOST—HUNCH OF KEYS NATUIL
day afternoon, probably In postof
fice. Return to Missoulian.
ROUND' - PAIR OF GLASSES. OWN-'
er can have same by proving owner
ship and paying for this udv.
LOST—14 KARAT DIAMOND RING,
tiffany gold mounting. Reward if
returned to Mlaaoulian.
LoST- -BLACK BEARSKIN COAT
Saturday night. Return Stephens
Bates Co., for reward.
DRESSMAKING, LADIES' TAH/»R-'
ing; engagements day. Phone 728 J,
DRESSM AKING PARLOR. 32»" W.
1 tit ESS MA KING. PHON K
WAGONS, BUGGIES, SLEIGHS AND
lloRSES, WAGONS, HARNESS; ALL
kinds, right prices; M. Bedell, $28
i or BALE well EQUIPPED RES
taurant on Soutli Side. No com pc.
titlon; the only one oxer there. Just
the proper thing for man arid wife.
Nice stock of candies, tobaccos, and
( hewing gum. Will sell cheap and
easy terms if sold at once. Phone
HAVE A CLIENT WHO HAH FROM
three to five thousand to invest In a
business proposition. What have
you to offer? F. J. Mahoney, Busi
ness broker. First National Bank
AM LOOKING FOR A MAN WITH
business ability ami some money to
accept responsible position In a ra w
company. Give full particulars. H.
RESTAURANT FOR RENT FUR
) n | B hed. Phone 372.
ASTROLOGY—THE OLDEST OF
the science«. What about your fu
ture, marriage, business, health.
Would you know more? Consult
Arle] on all affairs of life, private
readings, phone 1531. Address Box
poultry ano poultry
kor SALE-SINGLE COMB WHITE
Leghorn«, coming yearlings. Cre»
cent strand. One 212 Callahan incu
bator. It. L. S* ars, 808 Defoe St.
^ ------ 1 ~" T "' ! 1 . 1 ~----- s
NURSE. PHONE luii
You'll Root Strong
For M. and S. ('lass Ads
Once you get the habit of using
them and know the big results to lie
obtained. Homebody wants what
somebody else lias.
Roach Him Through a
Missoulian Class Ad
FOR RENT—FURNISHED ROOMS
FURNISHED ROOM. SUITABLE FOR
one or two persons. Price reason
aide. Phone 1240 Red.
NICELY FURNISHED: ALSO HOUSE
keeping. 312 South Fifth East.
Rhone 186 Red.
FRONT ROOM. FURNACE HEAT,
telephone. 219 South Fourth West.
one (lit TWO; 1601 COW PER, 1
block south of sired car.
housekeeping and sleeping
room«; 31« c. Spruce st.
Uni WATER HEAT; «33 SOUTH
Third. Phone 278 Red.
STEAM HEATED ROOM. THE
Kennedy. 214 1«. Front.
730 NORTH 5TH. $«.00 PER MONTH.
FURNISHED; 71« W. PINE. 1458 J.
WITH HOARD. PHONE 975 MLK.
IE LENOX ; MODERN ROOMS.
•< i :
MODERN; 421 S. 4T|| HT.
* Jones Co.
»M MOUSE, Cl-OSE IN. Plume
MODERN: 42« ALDER.
HOUSE. 636 SOUTH 3RD.
M< >1 lETtN ; »20 UO( IPER.
FOR RENT— HOUSES
UURNIHHBD HGII HE,
rdcri patch; slioe shop in
itlon. Joseph H. Turner,
find Alder nlroelM,
URN'ISIIKD HOUSE, MOD
reasonable. Phone Kn W.
FURNISHED; 833 DEFOE.
ROOM, MODERN, GAS,
510 NORTH 2ND. PHONE
F I RNIHHED APARTMENT. HAS
M-tt Flats, 715 W. Spruce. Phono
; m i
17 W. SPRUCE,
TWO PLEASANT FRONT ROOMS
en first floor; hath connected. 331
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS. FUR
nlshod, steam heat; 40« Alder St.
housekeeping and sleeping
rooms, modern; 317 Woody St.
LIGHT Ho! SEKEKPING ROOMS;
««» N. Second.
2 PLEASANT ROOM
327 K. Front.
2 FURNISHED, MODERN, 402 SOUTH
61 :. L. Pine.
328 "VAN BUREN;
FURNISHED. OAR; 603 E. FRONT,
MODERN. GAS; 235 W. SPR UCE.
MODERN, GAS; 234 E. CEDAR.
306 W. MAIN. PHONE 1099 W.
705 EAST CEDAR PHONE »69.
605 TO OL E PHONE 1191 W.
>28 B. MAIN. PHONE 722 .1,
fît N\ first. REASON ABLE.
FURNISHED; 301 EDITH.
608 M. PINE KT.
808 WEST PINE.
ALSO ONE (
HIDES AND JUNK.
WE BUY HIDES, PELTS. RUBBER,
rags, bottles and metals of all kinds;
sacks bought and sold. Barer, Son
A Co- «31 Wnodv St. Phone 747.
500 EWES FOR QUICK SALE. MÏS
I soula Feed Corral.
ALL KINDS HORSES. 1033 PHILLIPS
MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE
THE BEST IMPROVED 2« ACRES IN
the orchard Homes for sale, trade or
rent ; 700 to Soo sacks of my premium
potatoes, 4 varieties, $1.00 per ewt. In
bln. If Interested call and see for
yourself. Geo. Oatton, South 7th W.
5 DRAWER SINGER SEWING MA
ehlne $15.00. Hcoutlfiil Indy's two.
piece mink fur set cheap if taken at
once. Reason for selling, going south
to live. Address Mrs. church, Victor,
Mont. R. C. D. No. 1.
HOUSEHOLD" FURNITURE, RUF-'
fet, dining room table and rhnirs,
stoves, liahy buggy. two window
signs. A. F. Peterson, Phone 1128;
210 South 3rd.
FOR SAI.E ONE TWO-TON ICR
machine with motor, also complete
butcher outfit, all at a bargain. Ad
dress .1. It., 203 S. 6th St., Hamilton,
FURNITURE, NEW AND SKCOND
hnnd. I pay highest prices for sec
ond-hand household goods. lluna
Jensen, 135 W. Main, Phono 895.
HEATER, OIL STOVE, DISHES. DIN.
Ing room set. Circassian Walnut
dresser, brass bed, kitchen table,
fruit; 1013 South 5th W.
ONE BURROUGHS ADDING MA
rhlno, late model. Guaranteed first
class condition. W. Farrell, 48 East
I, OTS 26 AND 2«, 2 RLOCKS FROM
Hawthorne school, « room house, out
buildings, family orchard. Phone
842 1 Black.
OLD TRUSTY INCUBATOR, 100
egg. used I year. Also Huckeyo In
cubator. Hoili good condition. Tel
good potatoes, h.tu and * 2.00
per ewt. Joseph D. Turner, Fruit
and cigar si ore, Higgles and Alder
LARGE WHITE POTATOES »1.50
per ewt.. delivered. Small ones SOe.
Medium sized onions 2c per lb. 8571
ENGRAVED WEDDING 1VVITA
tlons, visiting cards, steel die em
bossing. The Office Supply Co.
yol'T WHEAT FOR SEED, J! «5;
corn, $3.05 ; flour, $2.50 lo $2.85.
Pin (lie 112(1; 914 Toole Avo.
NEW AND SECOND-HAND FURNT
turo bought and sold. 114 West Ce
dar. Phone 1411 Black.
SEASONED COBDWOOD FOR SALE,
$7.60 per cord. Honthslde delivery.
Phone 1097 Rod.
1 SET OF RUNNERS FOR RUGGY. 3
wood heating stoves. It. O. Edwards,
1219 South 1st.
GENTLE IPiHSE. SPRING WAGON,
and harness. Inquire West Side
Me I NT* iS 11 APPLES DELIVERED
to families; 2 wagons. Phone 8»»1
Tiles $1.25 per box
I INF EARLV ROSE POTATOES *1.60
per ewt. delivered. Phene 8624 Black.
2ND HAND SEWING MACHINES. »6
un. IIovt-Dickinson Plano Co.
FIRST CLASH RANGE WITH RKH
e rvolr : 1701 West Howell,
GLI) NEWSPAPERS 15 LUS. FOR
25o. Office Supply Co.
OLD PAPERS FOR SAI.E AT MIH
sotlllsn office; 26c a hundred.
BERBER STAMPS CORPORATE
seals. The Offle* Supply Go.
DRY FUt AND TAMARACK, 13 00
per load C n n Phene 330
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE 330 E
Spruce Call after I p. in.
SEASONED BODY PINE WOOD 17 60
r« r - ord. Tel 937 Black,
WINES. LIQUORS, SODAS. CIGARS.
HAY IN STAf-K PIIONE 1492 W.
Inquire 210 w Pine.
TP (BSE. RUGGV AND HARNESS.
'AN BE MOVED
EOF I PM ENT
DB y CORD WO* B>
inn " CORDS
SINGER HE WENT;
DRY nit »3 00 LOA r
WOOD. *1.75 r O
FIRST CLASH APPLE
I DRV GORD WOOI
SECONDHAND CLOTHING. SHOES.
guns, trunks, suitcases, old gold and
silver. Phone 470.
PIliS < (S' HAULING rock) CALL
~" l L.°ld N p. hospital building.
SNARE DRUM —PHONE 712.
PHONE 1120; 914
TJRNITURE; 1013 S.
MONEY TO LOAN
Lowest rates and no commis
slon charges on good farm loans. W.
H. Hmead Company, western Mon
tana agents for the Bunking Corpo
MONEY TO LOAN. REASONABLE
terms. Iloblitt and Smith, lawyers,
408-8 Montana Block. Phone 1017.
PIliCK - JONES. HIGGINS BLOCK.
IL_D_l isi 1 ER. US EÄ8T MAÜÇ*
F. D. WHISLEIL HIGGINS BLOCK?
___R ANC HES WANTED_
WANTED TO RENT—NOT OVER 26
acres nor less than 5 acres In Orch
a rd Homes by reliable partie«. C. S.
MISSOULA LODGE NO. 18
A. e. A A. M.—Regular ment«
Ings first and third Tueadayt;
In Masonic temple. Sojourn*
Ing brethren cordially Invited,
E. W. SPOTTS W OOD, W. M.
H. I« SADLER. Bec'y.__
HARMONY LODGE NO. 48,
A. F. A A. M.—Meet« lu Ma
sonic temple.— Regular com
munications first and third
Thursday. Visiting members
C. F. FARMER, W. M.
R. E. SCHOONOVER. Secretary,
O E H. IMMANUEL CHAf
ter No. 54—Regular meetings
second and fourth Wednesday
of each month at 7:80 p. m. to
Masonic temple. Visiting members nor«
ALICE M. BULLARD. W. M.
L. M. ROBERTSON, W. P.
NELLIE PILTZ, Bec'y.
ELECTA CHAPTER NO. T, Ox
E. S.—Regular meetings first
and third Wednesdays of sash
month In Masonic tempts. Via*
Ring members always welcome.
NELLIE B. WALLACE, W. M.
CIHtlS A. RUPP, W. P.
LIDA E. FARMER, Secretary.^
MISSOULA AERIE N0 82.F. O. 8L-—
Meets first and third Tuesdays of easfe
month at 8 p. m. at Eaglea* hall. Want
IRVIN L. KOHN, President
JAS. A. RAKER. Secretary.
LOYAL ORDro W
I and third Thursday st
each month, at • p. m
at K. p. ball.
H. R. CAIN. Dictator.
H. E BLAKELY, Secretory.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Meet 2d and 4th Fridays, 7:86 p. Sh
Odd Fellows Hall.
Per Capita Reserves, 871.6#
CECIL FORSYTH, C. C.
J. A. JOHNSON, Clerk. 1416 TTnsp
er Street _
WHO'S YOUR AUCTIONEER^ WHY
Col. c. L, Bresee I« th« man who
cried my sale. He tan sell anything
from a knitting needle to a hay
stack. Phone 1500 or 'nqulrn 118
K L. KIRKIIART, AUCTIONEER. 1Ü
West Cedar. Residence phone 1268;
offlee 75 Blnek.
AUTOMOBILP TRIMMING ANO
MATTRESS MA HE OVER FEATH
cr- renovated, upholstering. Phon«
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY 10
WESTERN f'MPI .OVMEVT AGRliCÎP
oldest and Most Reliable.
Male end Female Help Furnished.
Telephone 239—Day or Night.
128 fflgelnn Ave,. Missoula. Mont.
IV D. Cursev. Proprietor.
M!«SOUT,A EMPLOYMENT OEFTCÏ8?
J G. More. Box «0 Phone 8*7 .T.
SWAN PER O'S I'MP RUREA U? REST
- err-1 ee Rhone 11? 3 »ns Biggins
TINNPRR AND TtNAHOPS
Rum Til F TINNER? FURNACES?
ERVEY collecting agency?
Room fl A linn meek Phone 961.
FcR IHRE AT PEDFT.T.'S SAI.E
and Feed Rarn. 12» West Cedar.
S! FtGIf RIDING PARTY. J. X?
SH À R I>E~ t ■MO «Him WOO n'qTRE E 'l**
CALL «TOI FH ARGER PIIONE 1117?
HIDFS ANfl WOOL.
ATTFS T ION' WE GIVE FULL
value and rrnmnt return for hide«,
tw it« wool, rubber Missoula Hide
A'- Wont Depot. 511 West Main.
RAILWAY TIME TABLES
NORTHERN pacific railway
West Bound East Bound
No. i ...m;4o p. m. I No. I'tiam
No. 3..17 40 p.m. I No, 4 7:88a.m.
No. 41__S: 15 a.m. I No. 42._ 1:47 p.m.
Bitter Root Brsneh.
Depart—No 271. Ritter Root loaak
*:40 a. m. No 292. Bitter Root «
train. 3 p. m. (except Sunday).
Arrive— No. 872. Bitter Root Im#L
( 20 p. m. No. 281, Bitter Root mty j
train. 10 to a. m. (except Sunday).
Co«ur d'Alene aroneh.
Depart— No. 2<3, Coeur d'Atone loaaL
11:35 a. m.
Arrive —No. 264, Coeur d'AloM ImL
4:16 d. m. *
(Dally, except Sunday.)
to **££* •*** + *. Kta*
Eaet Bound. Weet Bound
No. I«... 6:65a.m. | No. 18....U;8»#dto
No. 18™ 6:t7 p. in. | No. 17_.11:*---- m
j ETAOE LINKE
I J. F. Ptihmsa TI#tW
I Hegt« EÜN
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