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THE DAILY MBSOUUAN
ESTABLISHED 1873
Published Every Day m the Tear by
THIS MISSOULIAN PUBLISHING
COMPANY
Missoula. Montana
Entered as Second-Class Mall Mat*
ter at the Postoffice In Missoula
Subscription Ratés
By Carrier, in Missoula and 8uburba
By the week ............. » .20
tn advance, monthly .70
In advance, six months............... 4.25
In advance, one year.............. 8.00
By Mail
In advance, one month...........$ 75
In advance, three months.........2.25
In advance, six months............. 4.25
In advance, one year................. 8,00
PUBLICATION OFFICE
129-131 W. Main 8treet
Private Branch Exchange Connect
ing All Department«
Hamilton Office—123 Main Street
Foreign Representative«:
G. LOGAN PATNE COMPANY
Chicago_______Marquette Building
New York ____ Fifth Avenue Building
Boston_____________8 Winter Street
Detroit....................Kresge Building
Minneapolis-,810 Lumber Exchange
Member of tho Associated Press
The Associated Press is exclu
sively entitled to the use for repub.
licatlon of all news dispatches cred
ited to It or not otherwise credited
In this paper and also tbs local
news published herein.
A Fine
Stofck Ranch
To Be Sacrificed
Act Quickly
Horses, Cattle, Machinery,
Hay
If you are tired of trying to mako
ends meet lot us tell you about tins
ranch, 153 acres, about 70 acres bot
tom land, all cleared, suitable for
hay; unlimited range, running water
the year around; some good timber;
on main highway; fine location for
a permanent home. The price in
cludes about 3.7 head of cattle, team,
etc. If this place is taken SOON we
can make a price of $3,500 on terms.
A Comfy little Home
Small, but Artistic
A nice appearing two-room house,
living room and kitchen, present
owners sleep in tent. Has a front
and back porch, water aitd lights,
block and a half from school and
car. The living room is very cozy,
has beamed ceiling, walls burlapped
to plate rail, frosted lights, artis
tically placed —a room to tie proud
of. The property consists of four
lots, nice chicken house arranged
with trap nests, etc.: other smaller
houses for cockerels and small
chickens, a'so a root cellar and good
garden spot. Owner is moving
away. Possession can lie had March
15. Act now. Price $850.
Ira C Watson Realty Co.
Phone 1504. Residence Phone 608.
First National Bank Building.
WHEAT RANCH
640 acres, 500 acres tillable, fine
soil. HO acres can be irrigated;
good 4-room house, barn, etc.; 7
head horses, 4 cows. ]00 chickens,
all farm machinery, including
r\ew Case tractor, gang plow,
drill, harrow, wagon, buggy, half
Interest In separator, automobile.
Price for all, $17,500.
We have cash buyer for good
bungalow in Hammond addition.
STEPHENS-BATES CO.
110 E- Cedar. Phene 662
A WORD TO MOTHERS
Mrs. E. J. Bedard, Cowlch, Wash
Bays, "'Foley's Honey and Tar is the
bc.st I ever used. I always keep a
bottle in the house for the children. A
quick cure for coughs and colds." It
heals raw, inflamed surfaces, loosen*
phlegm, eases hoarsness and difficult
breathing, checks racking coughs.
Jllliovla Drug Co.—Adv,
WOULD BUY LITERARY SHRINE, j
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The birthplace of Walt Whitman at !
West Hills, near .Huntington. Long Is- I
land, was recently sold. There is a I
movement on foot among the poet's ail- |
mlrers to buy ihe property and pre
serve it.
FOR RENT
8 rooms, modern,
nisi led;
5 rooms, mod
ni shed ;
3 furnished
water
3 furnished
water In house, $7.0«.
O. B. S. Orr Realty Co.
PHONE 270
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$12.00.
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Soufh Side Bungalow
Five rooms modem: well built;
spilt boulder foundation; southeast
frontage; lot 45x130; close to *high
BChool; a splendid home at the very
reasonable price of $3,350.
FRANK M. PEARSON
116 West Cedar 8treet
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35 Acres
Fine irrigated land In Orchard
Homes No. 6, all in cultivation. Five
room house, barn for 20 cows and
six horses. Chicken house, imple
ment shed, root cellar, 90-ton silo.
Four acres orchard and small fruits.
Nearly $1,000 worth of implements
included. Price, $6,000.
Also 40 Acres
In same locality; all Irrigated and
in cultivation. 15 acres alfalfa; bal
inee wheat stubble. Price, $6,000.
E. A. CARY, Owner
Missoula. Phone 658 Black.
Missoulian-Sentinel
Morning and afternoon Clasa Ads
carry your message twice a day.
They produce results.
RATES.
One cent a word a day.
One dollar a line a month.
Minimum charge twenty cent*.
Advertisements by Phone
The Missoulian, as an accommo
flation to Its patrons, accepts classi
fied advertisements by telephone,
but will not be responsible for mis
takes in ads or number of Inser
tions ordered.
REAL ESTATE—FOR SALE OR
• _TRADE _____
TO EX CHANG E—1 AM LOOKING
lor a first class stock and grain
ranch to operate myself. Will give
my beautiful 24-apartment building
lpeated in finest section of south
side facing park, all rented at $12.500
year. Price $100,000; free and clear
of incumbrance. Nothing but the
best ranch will be considered. .Must
l>e fully stocked and equipped. C. F.
Stewart, 110 S. Dearborn 8t„ Chi
__cago.
JUDITH BASIN FARMING LAND,
acreage and city property to trade
for Missoula property. If you want
Judith Basin land, and have some
thing to exchange, write for our list.
Farmers' Land Company, P. O. Box
546, Lewistown, Montana.
N EA RLY 400 ACRES IRRIGABLE
and tillable, three mile ditch about
completed, all fenced, house, barn,
etc- 150 acre« ready for plow; on
main highway, station and «pur on
place. $40. Wheeldon-Roaol Co.
$60 ACRE RANCH FOR 8ÄLB OR
j will trade for Missoula property.
' w - Campbell, Dixon. Mont.
HOTEL AND POOLROOM AT PARA
dlue, Mont. Inquire Ed. F. Riberdy.
I St. Regis. Montana.
HEATING AND VENTILATING.
WARM AIK HEATING. METCALF
_Sheet Metal Worka 120 Alder.
WAGONS, BUGGIES. SLEIGHS AND
HARNEB8
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1 GRAY HORSE CAME TO MY
■ place Dec. 20th. For information ad
dress P. O. Box 26».
HORSES. WAGONS, HARNESS; ALL
I kinds, right prices; M. Bedell. US
I W. Cedar. ______
* ESTRAY.
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AG ENTS WANTED 3
 Aunts—make big profits i
selling our extracts, perfumes, cold
creams, face powders, spices, modi- j
eines, etc. Beautiful highgrade line. J
Exclusive territory. Hample soap :
free. Lacnssian Co., Dopt. 95, St. !
Louis, Mo.
GENTS- something new.'east- j
est siller and quickest repeaters on |
earth. Permanent, easy, profitable
business. Good for $50 to $75 a week.
E. M. Eeltmun, Sales Mgr., 377 Amer- j
_iean Bldg., Cincinnati, <).
< 'A Id El (IJNIA H< >S El * K A1JSSELLING j
like tiot cakes. Agents coining money. |
Absolutely new. Big profits. Cato- I
logue free. Mission Bead Company, !
»Y M*». W. l 'i' ii, Los Angeles. Calif. j
GAS EIRE IN COAL CTuVKS KB I !\t j
coal-oil; cheaper Ilian coal; agents I
bonanza. Liberty Burner Co., Coluni
l>us, Ohio.
SALESMEN.
OCR COMPANY COMPOSED OF
bankers and with more than a. half
j, million dollars invested, offers a
splendid opportunity for big. quick
money to general agents. No expe
rience necessary. No Investment re
quired. Jas. c. Fling, 101 New York
Life Bldg., Kansas city, Mo.
SALESMEN TO TRAVEL ON COM
mission selling retail trade. Shirts,
underwear, hosiery, ladles' and chil
dren's dresses, waists, skirts, general
merchandise. Samuels Mfg. Co., $03
Broadway, New York._
BUSINE8S OPPORTUNITIES.
OIL INVESTORS— .
Investigate before buying stock. The
Oil Man, an illustrated bi-monthly
paper contains much valuable Infor
mation. All fields. Correct quota
tions. Don't buy or sell any oil stock
until you write for confidential re
port, correct price and sample copy
of The Oil Man. All mailed free.
Write today. Address The Oil Man,
Gi llette Bldg., Tulsa, Okla.
?50 STARTS YOU MAKING $200 TO
*500 monthly as branch manager and
district distributor for new line of
automobile necessities; local and
mall order business. We furnish
goods, stationery, advertising, post
age, .etc. W. If. Boose, President, I
__ 1 *' ee Bldg'., Louisville, Ky.
< FT tiKALY T0~RXiSB~MORE FOOD '
Plant by the moon, signs. Raise,
more, make more. Times, instruc
tions and tables for planting, hatch
ing, raising, etc., in 1918. By mail !
50c. Ariel Publishing Co., Box "00,
Missoula, Mont.
RESTAURANT FOR RENT FUR
nlshed. Phone 372.
FARM
LANDS
YOUR CHANCE IH~1N"cÄNADA—
rich lands and business opportuni
ties otter you Independence; farm
lands. $11 to $30 acre; Irrigated land*
$35 to $50; twenty years to pay;
$2,000 loan of Improvements, or
ready made farms. I/mn of live
stock; taxes average under 20 cent«
an acre; no taxes on Improvements,
personal property, or livestock; good
markets, church, schools, roads, tele
phones; excellent climate—crops and
livestock prove It. Special homeseek.
ers' fare certificates. Write for free
booklets. Allan Cameron, General
Superintendent Land Branch, Cana
dian Pacific Ry.. 243 Ninth Ave.. Cal
gary. Alberta.
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WILL TRADE 320 ACRES FINE CÄT
nadlnn 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. Q.. Mlssoullan.
WANTED—REAL liSTATE,
WANTEl>"TO HEAR FROM OWNER
of good unimproved land for sale.
State cash price, description. D. K.
Bhsh, Minneapolis, Minn.
''o'f^farm^t^tmfmprov-oMand*for^sal«5 l
_Q. K. Hawley. Baldwin. Wisconsin.
_________ L08T AND FOUND. _
LOST—INDIAN AUTO ROBE BE
tween East Front and Madison Sts.
and Florence and Woodford. Re
_turn to Missoulian office for reward.
LOST—PAIR ÖE EVE GLASSES ON
Wednesday la-tween high school and
Alder In a Tacoma. Washington, *
case.__Return 605 Alder.
LOST—UMBRELLA FROM PORCH, j
Finder please return to 531 South 6th j
W„ or M issoulian office for reward, i
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______DANCING SCHOOLS.
LEARN TO DANCE NOW, COM- W
plete course of 12 lessons, $4. , "
Classes Monday and Friday even
ings. Private lessons by appoint- J
ment. The Missoula Dancing Acad
emy, Barber ft Marshall halL Phone
167 Red.
LIVESTOCK
FOR' SALE—S HEAD OF YOUNG
heavy horses. Time will be given on
good security, ITione 8773 Black.
FOR BALE—FINE GRADE JERSEY
_c ow, f resh ; at Meagher*, R. 3. |
ALL KINDS HORSES. 103$ PHILLIPS
WANTED—HOUSES
I THOROUGHLY MODERN 7 OR 8
I room house on south side east of
j Higgins Ave. G. L, Missoulian.
WAN TED—4 - ROOM. UNFURNISHED
modem house, close In. Phone 677.
! _ HIDES A*4a W OOL,
j ATTENTION ! WE GIVE FULL
' value and prompt return for hide«,
pelts, wooL rubber. Missoula Hid«
> A Wool Depot, (U West Mala.
Phons im. ________
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M. and S.
CLASS ADS
If you want to sell, buy, rent, trade,
help wanted or work wanted in
fact, use them as your medium of
Information for sale or exchange.
They Pull for You
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HELP WANTED— MALE.
steady men wanted fu take
exclusive control of good territory In
western Montana and other good
ftelda. Money advanced weekly.
Outfit and special training free. Ex
perience unnecessary. Our active
men are making good money. You
can do the name. Clean, hardy,
guaranteed stock. Yakima Valley
_Nursery Co.. Toppentah. Wash.
MAN BETWEEN 25 AND 4.7 FOR
permanent position with established
Life Insurance Company. Man cap
able of earning $2,500 per year. Ex
perience not nccussary. Training
given free. Splendid opportunity
with rapid promotion. Address W. I.
Fraser, Superintendent, Missoula,
Montana.
IK YOU ARE OUT UI~XToB~AND
want a high dann welling position
calling on the housewife, a post card
will pul you in touch with a $40.00
to $80.00 u week proposition. Ulv.
M., 1567 American Aluminum Mfg.
Co., Lemont, III.
BOY "WITH HORSE FOR* PAPER
route. Call at Missoulian.
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HELP WANTED—FEMALE.
FIVE'BRIGHT CAPABLE LADIES TO
travel, demonstrate and sell dealers.
$75.00 to $150.00 monthly. Railroad
fare paid. Goodrich Drug Company,
Dept. 505, Omaha, Ncbr.
M1LDDLE ÄGED I IO E SEKEEPF.R
for family of 4. Phone 428 lied be
twoen 8 a. m. and 4 p, in.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK
In family of two. Mrs. H. Kohn, 307
East Eront.
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_SITUATION WANTED—MALE
YEARS EXPERIENCED MECHANIC
or driver, uble to repair or drive any
mako car. Call G. Burris, Phone
1074.
YEARS EXPERIENCE GROCERY
clerk, solicitor, or delivery man,
would like work in tills city. Call
O. Burris, Phono 1074.
EX PERI KNC ED CLERK WA NTS'poT
sltion I n s tore. N., care MiasoirJiau.
YOUNG
SITUATIONS WANTED—FEMALE.
LADY" WANTS POSITION
as bookkeeper. Good knowledge of
typewriting. Best of referenCKH.
Phone 1277.
MATERNITY NURSE. PHONE 1491.
___RANCHES—FOR SALB M
FOR SALE—GOOD 5-ROÖ&T HOUSE,
3 chicken houses, large barn and
family orchard, on one of the best
five acre tracts in Orc hard Homes,
at a reasonable price. Address M.,
Mlssoullan.
"° H HA, ^' 32 ° A <'RKH IMPROVED
stock ranch. 106 acres under plow,
6o acres teady for spring seeding.
Will accept city property as part
paytw nt. Joe Klenlln. Sloan, Mon-'
t a na.
A BARGAIN 10 ACRES, 7 ROOM
house, good buildings, horse, cows,
poultry, machinery, elf. Easy terms.
Will consider South Side home In
trad e for part; 8401 Black.
SUBÙRB A N" HOM kTk EAK HAW.
theme school, 3 acres, 7-room house,
large, basement, electric light, etc.
Bargain for quick sale. Phone 8411
Black.
AUCTIONEER
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" * YOLK AUCTIONEER? WHY
Col. C. L. Bresee Is the man who
cried my sale. He can sell anything
from a knitting needle to a hay
stack. Phone 1509 or inquire 118
Clay street.
AUTOS FOR 8ALE.
FOUR CYLINDER, FIVE- PASSENT
ger touring car. electric lights and
«tarier; run only five thousand miles;
Just the car for a rancher or an all
routyl family car. Must sell at once.
Henry Currier, 127 West Cedar
street, telephone 316.
Ft iR SA LE AT A - BARGAIN FOR
$300.90. 7-passenger Cadillac limou
sine in good condition. Suitable for
weddings, funerals or taxi service.
For particular* address John S. Ma
honey. 6i 2 N. Maple St., Spokane,
Wash.
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__DRESSMAKING_
DRESS MAKING AND LADIES'
ta iloring by day. Phone 1303 Black.
FANCY DRESSMAKING. PHONE
14»«.
BY TUB DAY. PUONE 450 RED.
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FOR RENT—FURNISHED ROOMS
FRONT ROOM, STEAM HEAT,
gentlemen preferred; 633 S. 3rd.
Phono 278 Red.
1 NICELY FURNISHED ROOM,
with or without hoard; 119 S. 6th JC.
FRONT BOOM, SI ! I TABLE FO R 2
gentlemen; 628 Longstaff.
El r B NÏS RED~Sif ÏTE, À LHO SINGLE
room. Phone 1240 Red.
MODERN ROOM AT 402 "SOUTH
Fifth, H. Phone 1376 W.__
Tl ! E K ENN EDV, MODERN ROOMS f
214 East Front.
F URNISHED; 716 W. PINE. 1461 J.
WITH BOARD. PHONE »76JBLK.
THE LENOX; MODERN ROOMS.
AND HiVxltD; 220 PATTEM ST.
j 227 SOI Til THIltD ST.
GAB; 228 EAST CEDA R.
501 EAST FRONT.
4 20 E. FRONT.
534 IS. CEDAR. * "
FOR RENT—HOUSES
UNFURNISHED
4 ROOM HOUSE," GOOD BARN,
garden; South Third, dose In, $5,00
per month, phone 865 W. after 6 p. m.
(Tm »OST "lIOUHE," FURNACE AND
garage. Inquire 310 Hammond Block.
SM ALL"~HOERE SUITABLE FOR
_ garage: 426 South 3rd. $2.50 month.
4 ROOM - MODERN HOUSE;" 320 S.
Cottonwood St. Apply 320 S. Third.
6*ROOM HOUSE FOR RENT OR
sale. Inquire 1319 Sherwood.
6 HÔOMS, MODERN ; 421 S. 4TH ST.
F,'. Price A Jones Co.
5 ROOMS, MODERN; 920 COOPER.
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FOR RENT— HOU8E8
FURNISHED
FURNISHED HOUSE,
garden patch; shoe shop In
location. Joseph D. Turner,
8MAL1
largo
good
Higgins and Alder streets.
5 Ron.M House, furnished, ga
rage, 3>j blocks from high school.
Phone 755 Red.
2, 4, OR 6 ROOM HOUSE, MODERN,
gas. Inquire 521 E. Main, or Phone
1.384.
6 ROOMS, NEAR ROOSEVELT
school; *16.2.7. Phono 810 W.
4 ROOMS FURNISHED; 833 DEFOE.
Phono 239 I ilk.
3 TT OOM H, WELL FURNISH ED, PI -
ano;1092 Vine.
5 ROOM HOUSE, MODERN; 309 IT
Sprnee St.
4 ROOM FURNISHED HOUSE;
Phono 1166.
3 ROO.M HOUSE; 213 WOODY ST.
;; ROOMS; 505 Toole Ave.
7 ROOMS. PHONE 81.
FOR RENT—APARTMENTS
ONE BASEMENT APARTMENT,
Tho Roxalo, Phone 718 Black.
FIVE ROOM FLAT $22.60.
don Rossi Co.
WHEEL
FURNISHED. 817 W. SPRUCE,
FOR RENT—HOUSEKEEPING
ROOM8
SINGLE COMB RHODE ISLAND
Red cockerels, Box 26. Phone 8643
Black.
3 rooms furnished, upstairs,
water In the house, $15.00 per month.
Inquire $10 North Fourth or Phone
8032.
CLEAN, CLOSE IN, OÀH. OPPOSITE
Manual Training building; 225 Ad
ims.
i ROOM WITH KITE! I EN ETTE,
Graham Flats, 315 K. Cedar.
1 FURNISHED. MODERN. GAS; 621
E. Main. Phono 1384.
2, GLEAN, MODERN,' NO CHILDREN
Pho ne 1035 w.
2 FURNISHED, MODERN, 402 SOUTH
Sixth East.
HEATED FURNISHED ROOMS ;218
Pat tee St.
325 ~ VAN BUREN; ALSO ONE
house.
70.7 EAST GEDAIt. PHONE 669.
MODERN, GAS; 404 E. SPRUCE.
506 TOOLE. PHONE 1191 W.
modern, gas ; 411 w. pine.
228 E. MAI N. PHONE 72 VJ.
Ul ' RNIKI I ED;' jOl EDITIL
608 W. PINK ST.
808 WEST PINE. '
606 N? SECOND. "
736 H. 4Tffw:
REAL ESTATE—CITY,
A NO. 1 PROPERTY CHEAP. BRINO
Ing $154 per month. Two blocks from
Federal building. Will take good
forming land as part payment Ap
ply to owner, 430 Washington 8L,
Missoula.
FOR HALE BY OWNER. 2 STORY
brick house, 100 ft. front. Fruit
Wees. Close In on south wide; 426
■outh 5th. W.
FOR SA LE C H E A P—6 - ROOM HOUSE,
■i lots on corner, large barn and
chicken yard; 1338 Sherwood St.
FOR HALE—FIVE ROOM MODERN, 1
lota, bam, chicken house. Reason
__able terms._605 Woodford.
FOR KALE-6 'ROOM HOUSE,"MOD
ern, on West Side, close in, near car
_line. N. A., Mlssoullan.
11 room' lodging"H ouraC btbam
heat. Inquire 320 Higgins Ave., be
tween 9 and 3 o'clock.
SALE—« '
FOR SALE—6 ROOM MODERN
h ouse and 7 lots. \V„ care Mtssoultan.
6 ROOM HOUSE FOR SALE OR
rent. Inquire 1319 Sherwood.
I* "small HOUSES, cheap, NSAR
i N. p. shop«. Phone 1124 J.....
MISCELLANEOUS FOR BALE
FURNITURE, NEW AND SBCOND
hand. I pay highest prices for eec
ond-hand household goods. Han«
Jensen, 135 W. Main, Phon« 895.
t BUY AND SELL SECOND HAND
S oods, also crate, pack and «tore
ousehold furniture. Stockton, 806
South Third. Phone »64 J.
SECOND HAND HOUSEHOLD KUU
nlture. including gas range, porce
lain lined loo box, other useful
things. Paxton Hotel.
ONE BURROUGHS ADDING MA
chine, late model. Ouaranterd first
class condition. W. Farrell, 48 East
Broadway, Butte.
EASTMAN" KODAK. POSTCARD
size, with portrait nltnehmont, and
printing outfit. Address N. G., care
Mlssoullan.
T tea\T" ïmÂi^rTù »uses TlioîTr
2,800 lbs., extra good pullers, also 1
wagon in good shape. All for $350.
Phone 1008, _
Wnï'LD YOU LIKE SOME ''DRY
rnrdwood or kindling that will burn?
Call at Iho Western Planing Mill, 4th
and Ash.
180 EGG MODEL ESSEX 1NCIJ
bator both electric brooder, good
shape. Phone 1385 or 1417 Sherwood
St.
ENGRAVED WEDDINO INVTTA
tlons, visiting carda, «teel die em
bossing. The Office Supply Co.
NEW AND SECOND-HAND FURNL
tore bought and sold. 114 West Ce
dar. Phone 1411 Black.
CORN BINDER AND SILO CUTTER
with blower, .lno. Koegler, Loto,
Mont. Phone 8003.
fr, Till) KO I! Gil BRED ANCONA
bens. G. H. Memory, S. "Ill SI. W.
Orchard Homes.
GOOD DRY COltDWonp FOR - RALE.
$7 per cord. Southside delivery.
Phono 1097 Red.
T - R« it 4M, M( »DEHN* NF.W GARAGE,
414 Edith St. ('all 304 Franklin or
phone 84 Red.
NiTlti REMINGTON VISIBLE TYPE-'
writer, little used, $33 rash. Phone
718 J or 581.
EUR SALE COCKER SPANIEL
pups, ''Elnornsllk." Goorgo G. Rtoe,
Stevensvllle.
60 I'ERlf RLOODED LAST YEAR
White Leghorn pullets. Phono 658
Blnek.
i< SINGLE "COMM WHITE LEG
hiirtut, $2.00 apiece. Phone 658
Black.
LARGE WHITE POTATOES, $1.50
per cwt. delivered. Phono 8571 Red.
GRADE JERSEY COWS AND 11E1F
ers. .T. A. T^indgrnf, Tu rah, Mont.
2ND JIAND SEWING MACHINES, $6
up. Hoyt-Dleklnson Plnno Co.
OLD NEWSPAPERS. 15 LBS. FOR
25c. Office Supply Co.
OLD PAPERS FOR SALE AT MIR
woollen Office; 2f,e n hundred.
Ili'BBER STAMPS, CORPORATE
seals. The Off!.,, Supply Co.
SEASONED BODY PINE \Vo 0 D l?-50
per cord. Tel. 937 Black.
HOTEL MAJESTIC RANGE, NEARLY
new. E. D., Mlssoullan.
ONE 200 EGG "OLD TRUSTY" IN
ciihator; 1424 Sherwood.
FIRST CLASS APPLES AND ROTAT
toes. Phone R462 Black.
WINES. LIQUORS. SODAS, CIGARS.
J. E. Power Liquor Co.
KLONDIKE INCURATOR 200 EGGS'
1339 Phillips.
MILK COWS FOR SALE PHONE
1241 W.
SMALL HEATING STOVE; 117 E.
Main. *
CEMENT BLOCK MACHINE, 1736
12th.
DRY FIR »3 00 T/OAD. PHONE 330.
dr y oonnwonn. phone 1120.
WOOD. It. 75. r o. D PHONE 330
DRY" cord WOOD, 'phone's:;«.
MISCELLANEOUS WANTED
SECONDHAND CLOTHING. SHOES,
guns, trunks, suitcase*, old gold and
sliver. Phone 470.
WANTED FOR CASH. 10« SECOND
han d sa wing machines. Phone 1.345.
OfKiD SECOND HAND TYPE
writ er; 1317 South Higgins.
HOTELS.
THE MIRROUI.A HOTEL, J. A."
Walsh. Mrr. Steam heat, telephone,
thoroughly modem. Week nnd month
rate*.
NICE I'M.EAN STEAM HEATED
rooms, restaurant next door. Prices
reasonable. Pnnwell Hotel.
personal.
WHAT ABOUT YOUR FUTURE,
marriage, business, health. Consult
Ariel on all affairs of life. Private
readings. Phone 1531. Address Box
700.
JEWELRY A WATCH REPAIRING
WATCHES REPAIRED IN BEST
possible manner at low prices by
D. Olrs. 1 ». 12» W. Front 8treet
_ MONEY TO LOAN _
LOWEST RATES AND NO COM Mis
sion charges on good farm loans. W.
H. Rmead Company, western Mon
tana agents for the Banking Corpo
ration.
P RICE -~~JO N ËSr~tfl GGÏ Î^"B LOCÎC
H. D. FISHER. 11« EAST MAIN."
_
P. D. WHISLER. HIGC.TNS BLOCK.
\ =^ 0 .' ...... ~\
> VIOLIN LE8SON3.
BWÜNcTcHILINSKI; 63» 8,"aiXTH
a W, or will cal), ____________.Meet«
SOCIETY DIRECTORY
MISSOULA LODGE NO. M
A. F. ft A. M.—Regular «Mat
ing« first and third Tueadayai
In Masonic temple. Sojourn«
lng brethren cordially Invtteft
B. W. SPOTTSWOOD, W. M.
H. L. SADLER. Sec'y.
HARMONY LODGE NO. ilk
A. F. A A. M.—Meets In Ma
sonic temple.—Regular com
munications first and third
Thursday. Visiting m«mb«rg
always welcome.
C. F. FARMER, W. ».
8. B. SCHOONOVER. S eoreU ry.
O B. 8. IMMANUEL CHAF
ter No. 64—Regular meeting«
second and fourth Wednesday
of each month at 7:10 p. m. la
Masonic temple. Visiting member« «or«
dlally Invited.
ALICE M. BULLARD. W. M.
L. M. ROBERTSON, W. P.
__NELLIE PILTZ, Seo'y,____
El-ECTA CHAPTER NO. t, a
B. 8.—Regular meeting« fini
and third Wednesdays of «ach
month In Masonic tempi«. Vis
iting members slwnya welcome.
NELLIE B. WALLACES, W. K.
CHRIS A. RUPP. W. P.
LIDA E. FARMER. Secreta ry,
MISSOULA AERIE NO 21. >. O.
Meet« first end third Tuesday« of «safe
month at 8 p. m. at Eagle«* hall. West
Main street.
IRVIN L. KOHN, President
JAS. A. BAKER, Secretary,
y LOYAL ORDER OP
MOOSE—Meet« first
1 and third Thursday af
1 «ach month, at I p. Mb
at K. P. hall.
H. R. CAIN, Dictator.
H. B. BLAKELY, Secret ary.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD—
Meet 1st and 3d Wednesday, 7:30 p. m.
Union Hall, per capita reserve. $72.00,
L. C. CROON EN RKRGH8, C. C.
J. A. JOHNSON, Clerk. 141«
Cooper Street.
AUCTIONEER.
K. L. KIRKIIART, AUCTIONEER""»«
West Cedar. Residence phono 1261;
office 75 Black.
AUTOMOBILE TRIMMINQ AND
PAINTING
MATTRESS MADE OVER PRATH
er» renovated, upholstering. Phon«
1128
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY_ 1«
WESTERN EMPLOYMENT AOHNS?
Eatnhllshed 1908
Oldest nnd Moat Reliable.
Male and Female Help Furnished.
Telephone 229—Dav or Nlsbt
128 Hlevln» Ave., Mlaanuln. Mont.
W D. Cnrsev. Proprietor.
SWÄNTiERO KM PL. ' RlIRRÄff. 1«i
HlgdnB Ave. Oldest In western
Montana, best service. Phone 11Î2.
M ISSOUT.A EM PT .O YMENT "ÖFFfCj
J. O. More, nox 40. Phone *$7 J,
TINNERS AND TINSHOP8
BEirr THE TINNER. FURNÂCTBE
Telephone 635.
COLLECTION AGENCY
ERVEY Cril.T.EUTING AGÊNCYl
Room 6 Allen Rloek. Phone SKI.
LIVERY RIGS ~~
For liritE AT REDELL'S RALB
nod Feed Rnm. 128 West Cedar.
S'EIGlf-RIDING PARTY. J. A-'
Tueker. 7710.
HIDES AND JUNK.
WE BUY HIDES PELTS.-RTfRRBiÇ
rinnt, bottles nnd metnla of all kinds;
s'leka bought nnd sold. Rarer. 8on
*. Co. 631 Woodv Rt Phone 747.
8TORAGE
GENERAL S T O R AGE — BVÏHÏT
thlnc on e.Mrih- expert necking and
crating î w Rcelv. 784 Weat Cedar
WOOD SAWING___
PA l.t. KTni.EIVARGER PtfONE IIIT.'
CARPET WEAVING
hharpe pn sNPRwonn HTRnin
RAILWAY TIME TABLES
northern pacific railway
West Bound B««t Bound
No. 1 . 10:40 p. m I No. «_ t;10n.m,
No. »...12:40p.m. I No. 4_ 7:20 a. m
No. 41__ 8:15a.m. | No. «2^ 6:47p.m.
Bitter Root Brsneh.
Depart—No «71. Bitter Root tomL
8:40 a. rn. No. 282, Bitter Root "tf t
train, 3 p. m. (except Sunday).
, Arrive—No. *7«. Bitter Root toenl
4:20 p. m. No. 2*1. Bitter Root mtmd
train, 10:80 a. m. (except Sunday).
Coeur d'Alene Branch.
Depart—No. «<«, Coear d'Alano lagg^
11 :35 a. m.
Arrive— No. 8(4, Coear BTAIom |«gd
4:16 p. m.
(Dally, except Sunday.)
Butta Leeala,
- Pr p,rt—No - •:« a. m. No. ML
4:30 p. m.
,No. 211, 11:8« a. a.
10:80 p. bl
MILWAUKkB.
Hit
No. 16.^ 6:55 a.m.
No. 1$_ 6:17 p.m.
No. 16—11:88 pja
No. 17—U:S»a.aA
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I BTAQB LINBB
J. f. Dishman—Ravalli to
trains «1, 2 and 42,

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