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III/ QQ (*> Q & \v il A ft Al & U'« \(?Q .it till, Pr«M NMIiMri Co. CW.' T. rvotng Wort«! Chewing Gum fa Met With in All "Walks" of Life! Sparks Daily Grini-a I * (y*gnd /ome in toG^ind^tont (jeorjO . j Jcme fclkj are always ready __ ( to çrret yen with tbf'pipe of peace* ! [ ami othcrJ Vnth a "piece of pipe"? I V n.Horn •jrx. L % Ai 11 (//.£ L r ' A •pfeife; MM.Untf tMafcy I'll pay y«« b*cK that borrowed, five dollar* ! ö « THANKS, NOOODYÎ CllFToJ THE DAILY MISSOULIAN ESTABLISHED 1S7S Published Every nay In tbe Tear by THE MISSOULIAN PUBLISHING COMPANY Missoula. 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LOGAN PAYNE COMPANY Chicago ----Marquette Building New York ....Fifth Avenue Building Boston------8 Winter Street Detroit--------------Kresge Building Mlnneapolto-8lo Lumber Exchange Member of the Asseeiated Prase The Associated Press Is exclu sively entitled to the use for repub lication of all news dispatches cred ited to It or not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news published herein. L8CAL MILL WILL GRIND NEW FLOUR Substitutes for Wheat to Be Turned Out by Ravalli Company. USE BARLEY AND OATS J. A Welk Returns From Conference With Food and Cereal Men. "I am convinced that It Is up to the people of this country to strictly fol low all requests the government Is making upon us to help win the war." said J. A. Welk, manager of the Ra valli flour mills, who has Just returned from Minneapolis, where he held con ferences with the food administration officers of the milling division and grain corporation, last Friday and Sat urday. Mr. Welk sa® - » that the public must submit to the necessity of using a cer tain percentage of substitutes for wheat products. The food administrator of Minnesota has issued an order and made it iron clad law. that when one purchases a sack of flour he must pur chase an equal amount of substitute with it. A large amount of barley flour Is being used by Minneapolis millers as a substitute for or a blend with wheat flour. Rye and graham flours arc not considered as substi tutes. Bari«/ Flour Here. According to Mr. Welk, the Ravalli mills will commence making changes In their cereal department to enable them to turn out barley flour, oat flour and such other flour for which they will be able to get grains In this part of the state. In order to be In a position to furnish the people of west ern Montana with sufficient substitutes for wheat flour as is required by the government. "We want to do our part." said Mr. Welk, "and will notify the public as soon as we are ready to supply the substitutes." Bankrupt. In the District Court of the United States. District of Montana. In the matter of John R. D. Mac Each eron. Notice I» hereby given that on the. Slat day of January, A. D„ 1918 In the above entitled court, John R. D. Mac Eac heron. bankrupt, filed his petition for final diachanre. and that the said j court fixed the 11th day of March, A. D. 1916. at ID o'clock a. m, at Great Falls. Montana at the court room of said court, aa the time and place for hearing *aM petition, at which time and place all creditors and other per sons interested may appear and offer i objections If any they have, why said petition should not be granted and said petitioner discharged. Wltnesa the Honorable Geo. M. Rourquln. Judge, and the seal of n|4 court affixed, at Helena. Montana, this 2nd day of February, A. D. ISIS. (Seal) Attest: C. IL GAItLOW, Clerk. _By H. H. WALKER, Deputy. Public Notice To all males of fourteen years and upwards who arc natives, citizens, denizens, or subjects of the German Empire or the Imperial German Gov ernment: You are hereby notified that I have been appointed by the attorney general of the United States as chief registrar for the city of Missoula. You arc hereby notified that the of fice of the chief of police of the city of Missoula has been regularly desig nated as a registration place and that you must present yourselves for reg istration between February 4 and Feb-, ruary ». Inclusive. The office of the' chief of police will be open from « ». m. to 8 p. m. on the above dates for the purpose of making such reg istration. (Signed) THOMAS E. KEMP. Chief of Police and Registrar for the City of Missoula. 1-25 to 2-9 Inc. Call for Bids for Supplies. Bids are hereby invited by the State Board of Examiners for groceries, meats, stationery and other supplies, to be delivered to the University of Montana, Missoula, Montana, for the use of said University, for the period of six months, beginning March 1, 1918. Bids will be received for such sup plies at 12 o'clock noon, February 22, 1918, at the office of the business man ager of said University, when and where they will be publicly opened. All such bids must be mailed in duplicate to Harry Edwin Smith, Business .Man ager University of Montana, Missoula, Montana, in plain envelopes, marked on the outside "Bide for Supplies." A complete schedule of all supplies desired will be furnished to intending bidders on application to the above named business manager. The State Board of Examiners re serves the right to reject any or all bids, oi any part thereof: also to In crease or diminish the quantities called for In the acneduD, also to order goods at such times and in such quantities as may be desired by said University. Dated at Helena, Montana, January 26, 1918. STATE BOARD OF EXAMINERS, C. T. STEWART, Secretary. First publication January 29, 1918. 1-29 2-5-12.__ Notice of Cloto of Registration. Notice is hereby given that the reg istration books for the registration of qualified electors residing In the city of Missoula, town of Ronan and all School Districts of the first class, with in the County of Missoula, for the Mis soula city primary nominating election, the Missoula city election, the Ronan town election and county school district elections, said elections to be held on the following dates, to-wit: Missoula city primary election, March 18, 1918. Missoula city election, April 1st, 1918, Ronan town election, April 1st, 1918. Missoula county school district elec tions. April 6th, 1918. Will be closed on the following dates: Missoula city primary election. Feb rusry 15th. 1918, at 5 o'clock p. m. Missoula city election, March 1st, 1918. at 5 o'clock p. m. Ronan town election, March 1st, 1918, at 5 o'clock p. m. Missoula county school district elec tions, March 6th, 1918, at 6 o'clock p. m. Electors for such elections may reg. ister by appearing before the county clerk or by appearing before a deputy registrar In the manner provided by taw. W. J. BABTNGTON, Oonntv Clerk and Recorder In and for the County of Missoula, State of Montana. Dated this 8th d«y of January, 1918. 1-18 to 3-f lue. Netica for Bid«. Sealed bids will be received at the office of the county clerk and recorder up to 10 o'clock a. m., Tuesday, Feb ruary 19th. 1918 for the burial of the paupers of Missoula county who die between February 19th, 1918. and De cember 31st. 1918, except thoae who may die at the county poor farm. A certified cheek for the amount of $200 must accompany each bid. The. board reserve« the right to re ject any and all bids. JOHN J. FLYNN. Chairman, Board of County Com missioners. Attest: W. J. BABINGTON. Clerk. 2-5-19. HERE IS YOUR CHANCE Five-room modern house, two blocks from car; 135 foot frontage, 130-foot depth; $500 chicken and brooder house : $200 worth of stock and fixtures. If you want a real snap see us at once. Price, $2,400 on terms. StaacBft t SJwf« Realty Ct. First National Bank B « « amant. Phene 336 3. WE HAVE A limited amount of straw for sale. O. B. S. Orr Realty Co. PHONE 270. Sooth Side Bungalow Five rooms modern: well built; split 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 How Is This? I 80 acres, all tillable and under irri gation; small set of Improvements, ; for only I $2,000 ! Stephens-Bates Co. 110 E. Cedar St. Phone 662 A DANDY Three-room bungalow: corner loi; west side; water and lights in house; practically new; all fur nished, including some wood, coal and vegetables; price only $1,000 and terms. We have a number of good buys in furnished houses—north, south and west sides. Ira C. Watson Realty Co. PHONE 1504 Room 104, First Nat'l Bank Bldg. Residence Phone 608 RENT- 1 TIS A Fatal Disease Impoverishes the individual as well as retards the growth of the community. Get out of the RENT RUT; liny a home of your own, If only a modest, little dwelling, and use it ns a stepping-stone to the palace that you've dreamed of so long. Your bundle of rent receipts won't get you anywhere. LI8TEN ! 4- room plastered, soutli side. $900 6-room plastered, north side. 3900 6-room modern, south side $2.500 5- room modern, south side ,$2,750 Easy terms, same ai rent. PRICE JONES COMPANY Higgin« Block Phone 1346 Missoulian-Sentinel Morning and afternoon Glass Ada carry your message twice a day. They produce results. RATES. One cent a word a day. Ona dollar a lino « month. Minimum charge twenty cents. Advertisements by Phone The Missoulian, as an accommo dation to its patrons, accepts clafat fled advertisements by telephone, but will not be responsible for mis takes In ads or number of Inser tion« ordered. REAL ESTATE—FOR SALE OR _______ TRADE THE BEST IMPROVED 20 ACKER IN the Orchord Homes for sale, trade or rent: 700 to 800 sacks of my premium potatoes. 4 varieties, $1.00 per cwt In bln. If Interested call and see for yoarsslt Geo. Gatton.JBouth 7th W. NEARLY 400 ACRES IRRIGABLE and "«liable. three mtle ditch about completed, all fenced, house, barn, etc.. 150 acres ready for plow; on main highway, station and spur on Plaç a. 846 . Wheeldon-Roasl Co. 1*0 ACRE RANCH FOR BALE OR will und« for Missoula proparty. W, g. Campbell, Dixon, Mont _ HOTEL AND POOLROOM AT PARA dlaa. Mont. Inquire Ed. F. Riberdy, SL Regia, Monta my __HEL P W ANTED—MALE. BOY WITH HORSE FOR PAPER route. Call at Mlssnullan. HELP WANTED—FEMALE. EXPERIENCED LADY PRESSER AT _Rutte_Cleaners, 508 South Higgins. HELP WANTED ST Î U K K STILL,"on ! N PA PER M ILLS at Camas, Washington, but running smoothly and without trouble. All inside positions now filled and over 700 men on pay roll, ran use 25 men on outside work on construction and tn yard. $3.10 for 9 hours. Permanent work. Married men with fnmllles preferred. Good opportunity since vacancies on inside work are filled from outside crews. Rubber slioes and raincoats supplied to pulp handlers in wet weather. Camas on main line of 8. P. &■ S. railroad about 24 miles from Portland and about 15 miles from Vancouver, Washington. Jitney service to Vancouver; half hour car service Vancouver to Port land. Two boat lines Camas to Port land; fare on one 25 cents: other 50 I cents. Cut out this "ad" and apply in j person at Camas office or room 509 j Oregon Bldg.. Portla nd. 'WANTED MEN AND WOMEN,, copy mailing sheets, address envel opoH, fold, mall circulars. $2 day, eveolng. Enclose dime fut Registered ' Contract. Literature, Particulars, Great Western Publishing Co., Box 144, South Bend, Indiana. SALESMEN. WANTED—REAL MEN TO CAN-' vass dally, supplying the Increased demand for our line. Cash weekly. ! Address Capital City Nursery Co., I Snlom. Oregon. _SITUATION WANTED—MALE YOUNG LADY WANTS POSITION I as bookkeeper. Good knowledge of j typewrit lug. Best of references. I l'honc_1277. 'EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER AND j stenographer. Now employed. Best of references. It, Missoulian. M A R R I E| > COUP LE WISH ES POS I - tlon on ranch. 1,., Missoulian. SITUATIONS WANTED—FEMALE. GIRL WISHES TO WORK FOR hoard and room and go to school. Phone lp02 J. MATERNITY NURSES. PHONE 1491. WORK KANTED—MALE WANTED WORK ON A RANCH. L. Foster, 4<»7 W. i;6th Place, Chicago, III. __ FARM LANDS YOUR CHANGE 18 IN CANADA — rich lands and business opportuni ties offer you Independence; farm lands, $11 to $20 acre; Irrigated lands $35 to $50; twenty years to pay; $2.000 loan of Improvements, of ready made farms. Igian of live stock; taxes average under 20 cents an acre; no taxes on Improvements, personal property, or livestock; good markets, church, schools, roads, tele phones; excellent climate—crops and livestock prove It. Hpcclal homeaeek. ers' fare certificates. Write for free booklets. AI la n Cameron, General Superintendent I.and Branch, Cana dian Pacific Ry.. 243 Ninth Ave., Cal xary. Alberta. WILL TRADE 320 ACRES FINE CA n ad lan wheat land for Missoula house and lot. Land located In famous wheat growing section of southern Alberta, close to transpor tation in good American community. Every acre tillable and fenced with wire. R. r;„ Missoulian. ______~ RANCHES—iFOR SALE 36 DAIRY RANCH, GOOD BUILDINGS* close to Hamilton, for sale or lease. Will take well located modem resi dence part payment. F. II. Kecscr. ^Hamilton. Montana. A BAR' ;.\ IN " i 0 AGUES 7 Room house, good buildings, horse, cows. Poultry, machinery, etc. Easy terms! Will consider South Side home in trade for part: 8401 Black. __REAL ESTATE—CITY. A NO. 1 PROPERTY CHEAP. BRING Ing $164 per month. Two blocks from Federal building. Will take good farming land as part payment Ap ply to owner, 430 Washington Ht, Missoula. Suburban home, near haw thorne school. 3 acres, 7-room house, largo basement, electric light, etc. Bargain for quick sale. Phone 8411 Black. Ft JfThALE - BY ~ OWNER? 2 8 TOR Y brick house, 100 ft. front. Fruit trees. CJoso in on south side; 425 South 5th, W. FOR HALE—FIVE ROOM MODERN. 2 lots, barn, chicken bouse. Reason able^ terms. 60S Woodford. FOR 8 A LB—6 _ Rf ÏOM HOUKE, MOIi' frn, on West Side, close In, near car __line. N. A.. Missoulian. 3 small houses - cheap, "near N. P. shops. I'hone 1424 J. _____ CARPET WEAVING SHAH PE. 131» SHERWOOD STREET. _ LIVESTOCK ALL KINDS HORSES. 1033 PHILLIPS ___LOST A«*» FOUND. FOUND—IN A VOLUME OF Dick en« works purchased at the White Elephant sale, a confirmation certi ficate. Owner may have same by proving property and paying for this a<1v, Always on the Job Missoulian, Sentinel Want Ads Aro tlreloHS littl« snleHm«*n who work while you »loop. Printing the nows, K«*ts tno reader«. M. and 8. Want-Ad» will «oll anythin«. FOR RENT—FURNISHED ROOMS NICELY FURNISHED; ALSO HOUSE keeping. 312 South Fifth HaaL Phone 186 Red. LARGE, FURNISHED: CLOSE TO town: stove heat. Call 224 East Spruce. _____________________ 1 NICELY FURNISHED ROOM, with or without board; 119 S. 5th E. MODERN ROOM AT 402 SOUTH Fifth, E. Phone 1376 W. FURNISHED; 716 W. PINE. 1458 J. WITH BOARD. PHONE 975 BLK. THE LENOX; MODERN ROOMS. STEA M HEAT; 404 \\ . i< >| » Y. 227 SOU TH Til IBP ST. 524 E. CEDAR. FOR RENT—HOUSES UNFURNISHED 6 ROOM HOUSE, FURNACE AND garage. Inquire 310 Hammond Block. F IPtO.MS. NEAR ROOKKVHLT w huoi, <16.26. Phone 810 W. 3-K<H)M HUGHE, CLOSE IN ON Toole Ave. Phone 1191 W. 5 ROOMS, MODERN; 421 H. 4TH HT. B. Prlre A Jones Co. 1 ROOM MODERN JIOGHK; 1036 Vine Ht. a 5 ROOMS, MODERN; 920 COOPER. a ROOM HOUSE; 212 WOODY ST. FOR RENT—HOUSES FURNISHED SM ALL FURNISHED ROUSE, large garden patch; «hoe shop In good location. Joseph D. Turner, Hlgglnn and Alder street«. WANTED-- -DEMI KARLE R E NT E It for 6 room furnished house, modern, nice garden, lawn, garage; 808 Hus Ke| I. ROOM HOUSE, FURNISHED, GA rnge, 3'/ a block« from high school. I'hone 755 Red. , 4, OK 6 ROOM HOUSE. MODERN, gnu. Inquire 621 E. Main, or I'hone 13M. ROOMS FURNISHED; 633 DHFOB. Plume 239 lllk. ROOMS, WELL FIRNÎHIÎEI», - PI-' 5 ROOM HOUSE, MODERN, 309 K. Hpru< e st. 4 ROOM FURNISHED HOUSE; Phone 1166. ' T ROOMS. PHONE 31. FOR RENT—APARTMENTS ONE BASEMENT APARTMENT, The Rpzale, Phone 718 Black. FIVE ROOM FLAT »22.60. WHEEL? don Rossi Co. KIU.V IS 11 El >. 317 W. SPRUCH. for rent—housekeeping ROOMS 3 ROOMS furnished, upstairs, water In the house, $15.00 per rnooth. Inquire 610 North Fourth or I'hone 8032. CLfcAN, CLOSE IN, GAS? OPPOSITE Manual Training building, 225 Ad ams. 1 AND > ROOM LIGHT House keeping suitaa. Pan wall Hotel. 1 ROOM WITH "" KITCHENETTE, Graham Fla ta, 315 E. Cedar. 1 FURNISHED, MODERN, GAS; 521 E. Main. Phone 1384. 2 FURNISHED, MODERN, 402 SOUTH Sixth East. 3 FURNISHED, MODERN; 446 WASII Irigton. 325 VAN BUREN; ALSO ONE house. 7Ô6 KAST CEDAR. PHONE 669. " MoriKKN. GAS. 404 K.' SPRUCE. 606 TOOLR phone 1191'w.~ MODERN, G AS; 411 W. PINE. 328 E MAIN. PHONE 722 J. FURNISHED; SCI EDITH. 6Ü W. PINK ST 808 WEST PINE. ««6 N. SECOND. _BU8INES8 OPPORTUNITIES. RESTAURANT FOR "RENT FUR nlshed. I'hone 272. WAGONS, BUGGIES, 8LEIGHS AND HARNEM HORSES. WAGONS. HARNESS; ALL kinds, right priée»; M. Bedell, 128 Y(. Cedar. __MISCELLANEOUS FOR BALE FLAT TOP OFFICE DESK, LIBRARY lamp, book rack, traveling bag. pair pillows, leather bed, bed quilt, child's high chair, linker and bathtub; 425 _ S. 5th St.. W. FURNITURE, NEW AND SECOND? hnnd. I pay highest prices for aec ond-hand household goods. Hans Jensen. 135 W. Main, Phone 895. ONE BURROUGHS ADDING MA t'hlne, late model. Guaranteed flmt class condition. W. Farrell, 48 East Broadway, Butte. S. G. R. I. COCKERELS, GOLDEN Seahrlght and Rose Comb Hlpek BiintatnH. Chas. K. Lucas, 1L 3. PhOnc 7412. ENGRAVED WEDDING INV1TA tlona, visiting cards, steel die em bossing. The Ofrice Supply Co. 3(4 SCHUTLER WAGON. NEW, with dump boa tils and binding chain; 62 1 River or Phone 1321 W. NEW AND SECOND-HAND FÜRNI ttirn bought and sold. 114 West Ce dar. Phone 1412 Pluck. ?ÎOOD DRY CORDWOOD FOR RALE, $7 per cord. Southsldo delivery. Phone 1097 Red. FOR SALE COCKER SPANIEL pups, 'T'ineriisllk.'' George G. Rice, Hlevensvllle. 60 PURE RLOODKfS LAST YEAR White Leghorn pullet». Phone 658 Black. LARGE WHITE POTATOES. $1.50 per cwt. delivered. I'hone 8571 Red. GRADE JERSEY COWS AN|> DKIF ers. .1. A. tuinilgraf. Turah, Mont. ÜNÖ HAND SEWING MACHINER, $5 np. Hoyt-Dleklnson Plano Co. SEASONED BODY PINE Wool» $7.50 per coffl. Tel. 937 Black. OLD NEWSPAPERS, 15 LBS. FOR 25c. Office Supply Co. OLD PAPERS FOR HA!,E AT MI8 soiillan office; 25c n hundred. ftURBER STAMPS. CORPORATE seals. The Office Supply Co. FIRST CLASS APPLES AND POTA toes. Phone 8462 Black. WINES. LIQUORS, SODAS, CIGARS, J. E. Power Liquor Co. FURNITURE AND STOVES FOR sale. I'hone 1128. DRY CORD WOOD PHONE 1120 914 Toole Ave. MILK COWS FOR RALE. PHONE 1241 W. SMALL HEATING STOVE; 117~E Main. DRY FIR $3 00 LOAD. PHONE 330. WOOD. $1.75. C O. D PHONE 330 DRY GOltD WOOD. I'HONE 320. YOGNG CALVES; 922 TURNER. MIRCELLANEOU8 WANTED SECOND hand CLOTHING, shoes. puns, trunks. siiRcases, old gold and silver. Phone 470. HOTELS. THE MISSOULA HOTEL. J. A Walsh, Mrr. Steam heat, telephone, thoroughly modern. Week and month rotes. ROOMS BY DAY WEEK OR MONTH. Price reasonable, penweil Hotel. OFRSONAl WHAT ABOUT YOUR FUTURE, marriage, huslnesa, health. Consult Ariel on all affairs of life private readings. Phone 1531. Address Box 700. WANTED—HOUSES WANTED 4 - ROOM. UNFURNISHED modern house, close In. I'hone 077. JEWELRY A WATCH REPAIRING WATCHES REPAIRED IN REST possible manner at lew prices by P* Glrsos. 120 W. Front Street. MONEY TO LOAN LOWEST RATES AND NO COMMIH ■lon charges on good farm loans W. H Nmend Company, western Mon tana agents for the Banking Corpo ration. MONEY TO LOAN. REASONABLE terms. Hoblltt and Smith, lawyers, 40C-R Montana Block Phone 1017. PRICE* - JONES. HIGGINS BLOCK. H . P 'fisher. JUI EAST MAIN.' F. r> WHIHLKR. HIGGINS BLOCK ' AUT08 FOR 8ALE. FOR SALE -ONE 5-PASSENGER Paige car. flood condition. The Dyer Co.. Phone 698. HIDE8 AND WOOL. ATTENTION! WE GIVE FUI-L value and prompt return for hides, pelts, wool, rubber. Missoula Hide & Wool Depot. 611 West Main. Phone 1068 HEATING AND VENTILATING. WARM AIR HEATING. METCALF Sheet Metal Works. 129 Alder. DRESSMAKING DRESS MAKJNG PARLOR; 326 W. Cedar. FANCY 1490 DRESSMAKING. PHONE AUCTIONEER WHO'S "YOU R ÂT'GTÏf >N KflÏG 7 "WÏFy C ol. C. L. Hresee 1» the man who cried my aale. He can sell anything from a knitting needle to a hay stack. Phone 1500 or Inquire 118 Clay atreet. _ violin lessons! BRUNO CTTH.INSKI; 639 8. 8TXTII \V„ or will call. SOCIETY DIRECTORY MISSOULA LODGE NO. 11 A. F. A A. M.—Regular meat« Inga first and third Tueadaysr In Masonic tempi«. Sojourn« Ing brethren cordially Invited. H. W. SPOTTS WOOD, W. M. H. U SADLER. 8«e*y.__ HARMONY LODGE NO. 464 A. F. A A. M.—Meets In Ma sonic temple.—Regular com munications tint and third Thursday. Visiting member* always welcome. C. F. PARMER, W. M. 8. m. SCHOONOVER. Secr e tary. /T\ O E. S. IMMANUEL CHAP "vi'lp-- ter No. 64—Regular meetings second and fourth Wed ne s day ^ of each month at 7:80 p. m. la Masonic temple. Vlalttng members aor> dially Invited. ALICE M. BULLARD, W. H. I* M. ROBERTSON, W. P. NELLIE PILTZ, Rec'y.___ /TK ELECTA CHAPTER NO. T, O. HU B. 8.—Regular meetings fini JV7 end third Wednesdays of aaeh - x month In Masonlo temple. Via« Itlng members alwaya welcome. NELLIE B. WALLACE. W. M. CHRIS A. RUPP. W. P. LIDA E. FARMER, Secre tary, MISSOULA AERIF NO 12. F. O. BLr Meets first and third Tuesdaya of eaah month at 8 p. ra. at Eagles' hall, Waal Main atreet. IRVIN L. KOHN, P res i dent JAS. A. BAKER, Sec reta ry. LOYAL ORDER OP MOOSE—Meets tint and third Thursday af aaeh month, at • p. ■> at K. P. hall. H. n. CAIN, Dictator. H. n RLAKBLY. secretary, WOODMEN OF THF, WORLD— Meet Ini iiml 3d Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Union Hull. Per capita reserve, |72.00, L. C. CROON ENBERGHS, C. C. J. A. JOHNSON. Clerk, 1416 Cooper Street. AUCTIONEER. K L. K IRKH ART. A UCTIONEER, 128 West Cedar. Residence phone 1266; office 75 Black. rap AUTOMOBILE TRIMMING AND PAINTING MATTRESS MADE OVER, FEATH ers renovated, upholstering. Phon« 1128. EMPLOYMENT AGENCY 16 WESTERN EMI'l.OYMENT AGENCY Established 1908 Oldest and Most Reliable. Male and Female Help Furnished. Telephone 229—Day or NlXht. 128 Higgins Ave.. Missoula, MonL W. D. Cursey. Proprietor SWA NIIKItG EMIT,. RUREAU, 121 Higgins Ave. Oldest In western Montana, best service. Phone 1122. MISSOULA EM PLOY MENT OFFICE, J G. More. Box 40. Phone 227 J. TINNERS AND TIN8HOP8 REID, THE TINNER. FURNACES, Telephone 635. COLLECTION AGENCY ERVEY COLLECTING AOENC1 Room 6. Allen Block. Phone 351. LIVERY RIG8 Fob HIRE AT BEDELL'S SALE and Feed Bare, 128 West Cedar. S' KIOH RIDING PARTY? - J?" A.' Tucker, 7710. HIDES AND JUNK. WK BUY I (IDES PELTS, RUB BEI rags, bottles and metals of all kind« sacks bought and sold. Barer, So X, Co.. 031 Woodv St. Phone 747. STORAGE GEN ERA L S T ORA O E — EVER1 thing on earth: expert packing at Tilling. .1. W. Reelv. 734 West Cedi WOOD SAWING _ CA T.f. STOT KO « ROCH PHONE 11 RAILWAY TIME TABLES NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILWAY Weat Bound East Bound No. 1 ....10:40 p. m. I No. 3_ 5:10 p.m. No. 3 ..12:40 p. m. I No. 6_'7'tOa.m. No. 41— 8:15a.m. ! No. 4S_ 6:47p.m. Bitter Root Bronoh. Depart—No 271. Bitter Root looat 8 40 a. m. No. 292, Bitter Root misa« train, 3 p. m. (except Sunday). Arrive—No. *72. Bitter Root loeat t:?0 p. m. No. 29L Bitter Root misa« trelp. 10 30 a. m (except Sunday). Coeur d'Alene Branch. Depart—No, 268, Coeur d'Alasa lausL 11:35 a. m. Arrive —No. 264, Coeur d'Aleao local, 4:15 p. m. (Dally, except Sunday.) Butte Loeale, Depart-No. SSI, 1:46 a. m. 16«. It*, »*•*' MILWAUKEE. Beat Bound. Wool Bmmd No. 16... *:55a.ra. | No. II liiB»g No. 18 __ 5:17 p.m. | No. 17_.11: It ^m «TAGE UNE« J. F. Dtshimn—Ravalli to Poison. Meets trains 41. 2 and 4Ï.