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Many Improvements for Men! of Second Draft on Arrival at Camp Lewis; Condition of Men and Camp Good. Camp 1 Lewis. Feb. as.-Five months have elapsed nine.* t'nnip Lewis re ceivisi Its first quota of selectiv. - draft men, fresh from civilian life, to tx> given the* tnllllary training neces sary in the building of tin army, in that comparatively short period the Improvements in both the physical condition of the men. and their train ing camp have been marked. It is In teresting to compare the eatnp of to day with tlii- partially completed camp which greeted the first contingents early ill September, FUT. Officers Who had been assigned to organize the first units which the men were to form, were present to con duct the recruits to their regiments. The first California contingent, for in stance, Wits taken to the Sfitlrd infan try regiment, which was subsequently filled with men from the Golden state. From the mustering tents to the 363rd the man walked across a deserted prairie fringed with pines. The road was not even graded. When the second draft arrives they will find a military training camp complete in every detail from the large administration buildhig down to the horse corrals in the remount depot. Kven the grounds about the barracks have been graded and beautified by the present occupants. Paved thor oughfares have been constructed, scores of additional buildings erected. a most efficient hospital system cre ated, places of amusement opened for tile enlisted men. a hostess house com pleted, a post laundry is operating and numerous other improvements have been made. The Young Men's Christian associ ation. the Young Women's Christian association, the Knights of Columbus and the Red Cross maintain institu tions in the cantonment to te igtiti n tile idle hours of the tin s and to re lieve the minds of the soldiers n guid ing home conditions. There are five Y. M. C. A. buildings where tile men may gather evenings to write, read or enjoy entertainments, and several K. c. halls extending the same privileges. The Y. M. C. A. also has an auditorium Capable of accommodating several Grandma Never Let Her Hair Get Gray Sh« Kept Her Locke Dark and Glooay, with Sage Tea and Sulphur. When you darken your hair with Rage Tea and Sulphur, no one can tell, tie cause its done so naturally, so even ly. Preparing this mixture, though, at homo is massy and troublesome. At lit tle cost you can buy at any drug store Hie. reudy-io-use preparation, improved by tile addition of other ingredients called "Wyeth's Huge and Sulphur Compound." You just dampen a spang* or soft brush with it and draw this through your hair, taking one small strand nt a time, l'.y morning all gray hair disappears, and, after another application or two, your hair becomes beautifully darkened, glossy and luxu riant. Gray, faded hair, though no disgrace, is a sign of old age, and as we all desire a youthful and attractive ap jiearanoe, get busy at once with Wy eth's Sage and Sulphur Compound, and look years younger. Tills ready-to- ub preparation is a delightful toilet re quisite and not a medicine. It is not intended for the cure, mitigation or prevention of disease.—Ad v. Buy Your New Chevrolet Now On and after March 1st, 1918, the model 4-90 Chevro let, the lowest up-keep car in the world, with all the re finemeats of higher priced cars and many improvements on last year's car will raise $50 in price, due to high cost of material, which has confronted the manufacturers for sojne time. Anyone who wishes to take advantage of the above raise may do so by placing your order now, .which will protect you even after the raise. The new cars are on display at my show room, 208 East Main street, and they certainly are beauties. Call and let us prove real facts to you by giving you a ride and explain ing the serious freight situation, which is growing worse every day. Perry Hewitt, Agent Fours and Eights, New Prices, $850 to $1,500. F. O. B. Missoula. AUTO DIRECTORY Rllirlr MISSOULA BUICK CO. «12 S. Higgin*. F. F. BARNES, MGR. Phon« 1B6 v McCullough Turner Co. nurmuDiLiEi , 20 south Hinbui a*«. WHITE TRUCKS nS,m CLEVELAND TRACTOR Ford H. O. BELL & CO. •IS South Hlfrfoa An. New Mitchell 1918 NEW MITCllELI, '918—Motor car» only. Drive the '•ash car, MITCHELL—your friends will know It is paid Tor. Missoula Garage Company, E. Lave, Prop. Phone 677 : 238 W. Mein St. Storage. Repairing by first-clan* machinists. All work guaranteed. Gas. Oll an*l Jiattery Kervlce GRANT SIX Johnston Motor Car Co. Corner of Front and gtevena St*. Oldsmobile LOUIE'S GARAGE 115 W. Pine St. Phone 256 High Grade Motor Can and Motor Trucks. Missoula Motor Company L. H. BARTON, MANAOBR. 129 West Cedar Pnone SIC iClass Ads Are Sure Winners. Try Them. STATE AUTO SHOW AT GREAT FALLS j ; | 'Vs* '• ar ■m THE MONTANA AUTOMOBILE SHOW WILL BE HELD AT GREAT FALLS MARCH 16 iO 20. THE DECORA! IONS WILL BE SIMILAR TO THOSE USED AT THE SEATTLE SHOW. thousand where noted speakers, sing ers and entertainers appear. The V. W. C. A. hostess house provides com fortable accommodations for relatives \ Isiting soldiers. The Red Cross hut, under tie mating.mi nt of a capable field director, is doing u vast for tin misted men and their fatni lies. I'ho liberty thcntei gives nightly performin' WOODEN ONES. First Fresh "My father is a veteran in.I hns a hickorv leg." ! Second Ditto "S nothing. Mv sis-: , i 1 , . .. , , ' er has a cedar ehrst. Jack ol.an I H ERE is a light-weight, economical tractor that will actually pay for itself in a very short time. It plows 8 to 10 acres a day, the work of 10 horses and 3 men. igSBgi ajw It won't mire, slip or pack the soil. It crawls on its own endless tracks, which conform to the unevenness of the ground. And it develops 20 horse power at the pulley and 12 at the draw bar—more than enough for ail your needs. The Cleveland will do work no other tractor will do, and do better and cheaper the work other tractors can do. We are anxious to prove this to your satisfaction. Make your demonstration date today. > McCULLOUGH-TURNER CO. * Missoula, Montana. CLEVELAND TRACTOR COMPANY, Cleveland, Ohio FISHING FOR INFORMATION. ne of Ft ivivalV" used him." j 'n ! | 1 llle tn| it.' niimry. Tht* wretch mil how hi scoumln ! h;iv«» lo* much would th, I- Im ida Tiines-Fnion ,,s ,h *' limited express foi the man I ! who stutters. j ...... - ! A woman is satisfied with a pfb.tn-j I graph "htn il Hatters hit. I 1 TO PRODUCTION ]TRACTOR IS ; Machines May He Used in All I Unes of Farm Work in the I Place of Horses; Are Indis I pensable Addition to Farm. If you are a fame r of so acres or tie.re, you can rentier your country in valuable service in Ibis time of national stress in Increasing lie* production of your farm. There nr your command by whirl: riiis, but the logical way the tractor way. If loll ai a Lire I.tuner, operating i verni me.mr at '■ms !•> be lucres, jl.ira*. I mots i.f farm la in!, voll no i ItuiU si 1 re;u lv know bow pi niable an in Vest * ment is till' tract*'! l.nt If you ; uv a j small farmer of so itérés up ti * 250 Lores. , you may tint know that i bore are u factors mi the in ,ai k**t wbieb will Jn*'t only prove a profi table investment. 1 ,,ui " lmost an ir.dispei i<able sublltl on to farm equipment. j Km ■h tractor« ban ' been des* i itned 'n loan light, simple lines se that one ! man cun handle tin i in ns ensil ' US | horse s, " bother he be plowing, di* icing. 1 harm "Inn. euUnntin g, runulng the Limb r, mow« r, or nsii. k any other farm impie ment. NEW CUSHION TIRE MADE BY GOODYEAR I - j A neyv cushion tire has Just he* n an ! nminceO by the (mod veut* Tiiv nml K «|d.er company. which in many I classes of service, renders the most economical service of any tire that hns yet been developed. This tire has been In preparation for more than two years, amt has sur vived the most rigid experimental tests demanded of it. in appearance it re. semblés the regular solid rubber tire, but in construction is quite different. The tread is of practical wearing thickness equal to that of similar sized solid tires. In cross-section it some - wluil resembles an inverted Y. with a fabric-reinforced double base, fitting 111 a clincher-flange.) rlln. A metal ring running through Ihe center holds the double bases of I in- tire in a veritable vise—preventing them from buckling and eliminating ill likelihood of the tire's twisting or slipp.g from the rim. It Is exceptionally r. -Un nt and s.ifl enough that In contact wit 1 1 the road service, It spreads out over a much larger area than a solid rubber tire of tlie same size. In actual service some remarkable mileages have Iveen se cured. ranging from 25.110*1 to 45,(100 miles on one and two-ton trucks, to which the new cushion tire seems to be pectiliatly adapted. CHARGING BATTERY DELICATE PROJECT "The battery man yvbo really knows tils business." says Mr. Hugh, th" local Willard service man. will never set a definite time foi retundnr. a battery he has taken to charge," "It is Impossible to teil how'long a re I j , * V t&Tt »J \\ POOR GAS IS MADE TO DELIVER HIGH POWER AND SPIN LONG MILEAGE IN THE GREAT CHALMERS ENGINE While gas continues to deteriorate in the power it once had it is interesting to observe the skill with which the great Chalmers engine is overcoming the situation. Most everybody knows that poor gas means poor power, but hardly so in a current Chalmers. Poor gas in this car invariably means high power. First, this new Chalmers has a device known as a "hot spot" which cracks up and then heats as hot as toast the raw gas. That means getting gas in better shape than gas was ever put in before for explosion. I hen there's the "ram's-horn" manifold which overcomes all the disturbing elements of previous manifolds and hurries the gas thus conditioned into the combustion chambers. The result is that when the spark plugs touch off the gas you get 100% for very close) results. Little power escapes into the exhaust. Well nigh all the power that the raw gas once possessed is harnessed up ready for use. And you can play with this power at a child's speed or you can run it up as you like—only you will note a new quality in the power: a peculiar softness of action that tells its own story-high efficiency. 7 ' PASSENr,rR •'** TOURING srnAN - - . «)■«• TOWN CAR LANOAULCT . UtM rOLRINt. GAR. S-PASSE MA K »H«x CABRIOLET J-PA.8SJs.NCEK . »177** IJMOl'SINft-, 7-PASSENGER . lin STANDARD ROADS I Elk llib IOWN CAR. 7-PA.SxE.NC J R . jr<i*> I IMOlslM. I -AN DAL LET • ALL PRICES f. O. H. DETROIT SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE GARDEN CITY GARAGE REAR FIRST NATIONAL BANK MONTANA MOTOR CO. Booeh Sorviea Station Ganaral Aut« Repairing Owstr Patte« ob« Baak Btrwu Pbooa 17« r Jhe Classified Page Is the modern marketing method. Show that YOl are up to dpte by using Missoulian-Sentinel class! fled ads. - a charging job will take. A battery that has been neglected and starved may take from three to seven days of steady charging before it is book in working condition again, li may need a long period of slow -rate charging to bring the plates back again to a condition " here even a normal rate of charge can be applied. "da the o liier band a battery that is Just run down, perhaps bus been slowly drained by a dash-light for In stance, and brought in for charging ns soon as it showed signs of weakness such a battery can be brought up again to full strenglh by tin overnight charge. "An old battery takes longer to re charge t liait a new one very frequently. A starved hatteiv takes a. long. !* time to recharge than one that bus the same specific gravity I liai lias merely be come run down through being stored und forgotten." 35 BUILD NEW JOY ZONE TO AMUSE SOLDIERS a t'ainp l.cwis, Wash. Approximately ; I $100,000 has been paid to dale for) j concession privileges in the Joy Zone ! , now In course of construction nt * Greene park, in the army cantonment 1 here, over forty buildings are being j erected and when completed the zone j will contain 75 structures prepared to' handle the thousands of soldiers from! the camp. Il lias been announced that all utili tics wilt be completed this moatb« The zone will have its am Steam TIMt* Ing. water, sewage and H*bt and P«Wfr systems. The main street Will be s.ooo feet long. The thoroughfares are now being graded. Persons and firms securing conces sions must bid for tbebpiivlleges aad make payments In cash Immediately to Insure good faith. When the places of business are opened a percentage of the gross receipts ranging from S to 35 per cent, must be paid to the camp. Included In the concessions already granted are a large hotel, two 50-cbàlr barber shops, n 50-table pool and bil liard hall, amusements und refresh ment privileges. None but whole some clean amusements will be per mitted. Mon t waste money on a patent when you Invent an excuse. LEAKY RADIATORS REPAIRED We make over and repair any kind of Auto Radiator. Ratterte* charged and kept full of pep. Missoula Auto Specialty Cl. 527 South Higgint Opp. Milwaukee Freight Depot.