Nine acres one mile from center of Missoula; good
soil and water right; full bearing orchard; 4 acres in
alfalfa; neat cottage, barn and other buildings. Price
includes cow, pigs, turkeys and implements—$3,000.
Big List of Suburban Homes
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Notice of Sale of Missoula County
High School Bonds.
Notice is hereby given, that In pur
suance of a resolution duly adopted by
the board of county commissioners of
ithe county of Missouia, state of Mon
tana, at a regular meeting of said
board, held on the 25th day of March,
A. D. 191$, authorizing the issuance of
the coupon bonds hereinafter described,
the said board of county commission
ers will on Tuesday, the 30th day of
April, A. D. PUS* at the hour of ten
o'clock a. in. of said day, at the office
of the county clerk In the city of Mis
soula, stale of Montana, received sealed
■or open bids and sell to the highest
and best bidder seventy-five coupon
bonds numbered from one to seventy
five, Inclusive, of the par value of
One Thousand Dollars ($1,000.00)
each, aggregating the sum of Seventy
five Thousand Dollars ($75,000.00),
bearing Interest at a rate not to ex
ceed six per cent. (6 r / c ) per annum,
payable semi-annually on the first
•days of January and July of each
year, and bearing date the first day of
May, A. D. 191$, said bonds being pay
able and redeemable in the following
Bonds numbefed 1 to 8 Inclusive,
payable on January 1, 1924, and re
deemable on January 1, 1923:
Bonds numbered 6 to 10 Inclusive,
payable on January 1, i925, and re
deemable on January 1, 1924:
Bonds numbered 11 to 15 Inclusive,
payable on January 1, 1926, and re
deemable on January 1, 1925:
Bonds numbered 16 to 20 inclusive,
payable on January I, 1927, and re
deemable on January 1, 1926:
Bonds numbered 21 to 25 Inclusive,
payable on January 1, 192$, and re
deemable on January 1, 1927:
Bonds numbered 26 to 30 inclusive,
payable on January 1, 1929, ^nd re
deemable on January 1. 192$:
Bonds numbered 31 to 35 Inclusive,
payable on January 1, 1930, and re
deemable on January 1, 1929:
Bonds numbered 36 to 40 inclusive,
payable on January 1, 1931, and re
deemable on January 1, 1930:
Bonds numbered 41 to 45 Inclusive,
Payable on January 1, 1932, and re
deemable on January 1. 1931:
Bonds numbered 46 to 50 Inclusive,
payable on January 1, 1933, and re
deemable on January 1. 1932:
Bonds numbered 51 to 55 Inclusive,
payable on January 1, 1934, and re
deemable on January 1. 1933:
Bonds numbered 56 to 60 inclusive,
payable on January 1, 1935, and re
deemable on January 1, 1934;
Bonds numbered 61 to 65, inclusive,
payable on January 1, 1936, and re
deemable on January 1, 1935:
Bonds numbered 66 to 70 Inclusive,
payable on January 1, 1937. and re
deemable on January 1. 1936:
Bonds numbered 71 to 75 inclusive,
payable on January 1, 192$, and re
deemable on January 1. 1937;
and issued for the purpose of providing
funds for the erection and equipment
of an addition to the present county
free high school building, both prin
cipal and interest being payable at the
office of the county treasurer In the
city of Missoula, state of Montana, or
at some bank outside of the state of.
Montana to be designated by the
purchaser In hts bid at the time of
The said bonds .will not be sold for
less than their par value and the board
of county commissioners reserves the
right to reject any and all bids.
All bids must be unconditional and
all bido other than by or on behalf of
the state board of land commissioners
of the state of Montana must be ac
companied by an unconditional certi
fied check in the sum of One Thousand
and no-100 Dollars (11,000.00), payable
to the order of the county treasurer of
Missoula county as a guarantee of
good faith, which check shall be for
feited to the county of Missoula by any
bidder to whom the said bonds may be
awarded at such sale In the event
ouch successful bidder shall refuse
to accept delivery of and make nav.
ment for such bonds. All bids shall
be addressed to the undersigned coun
ty clerk of Missoula county, at Mis
soula. Montana. The purchaser of
said bonds will be furnished with an
opinion by Wood and Oakley, Attor
neys at Law, of Chicago, Illinois, ap
proving the legality of said bonds.
JOHN J. FLYNN,
Chairman, Roard of County Commis
sioners. of Missoula County, Montana.
W. J. BABINGTON. Clerk.
THIS WOMAN FOUND RELIEF.
Backache, sore muscles, stiff or
swollen joints, rheumatic pains, dizzi
ness and like symptoms are caused by
disordered kidneys arid bladder. Mrs.
Thos. H. Davis, Montgomery. R. F. D.
3, Ind.. writes: "I doctored months
without relief. I commenced using
Foley's Kidney Pills and got relief.
Eight bottles cured me." For sale by
Missoula Drus Co.
Two Oregon men have patented a
machine that turns bags inside out and
blows air against them to remove por
tions of their contests that cling to the
IN UNIVERSITY SECTION.
Only one block from Université
avenue, two and a half blocks from
Higgins. 5 rooms, modern, furnace,
lot 50x130. south exposure, price
$3,500. Good terms.
PEARSON & LEE CO.
Phone S. 11« W. Cedar Street.
These Places Must
Sell- Owners Going
Five-room modern house, plas
tered, clothes closets, pantry, large
cellar, built-in buffet, linen closets
■ind cupboards, heater, gas and coal
range, linoleum, 45-fool front, side
walks In, beautiful lawn; nice gar
den spot, bearing fruit trees, shrub
bery. House in excellent condition,
both inside and out; kitchen walls
painted. One of the best locations
in city. South side. $3.0 o. Good
Five-room modern house, furnace
heated, 2 lots, one of the best buys
east of Higgins avenue: south side,
close in.. Sacrificed for $3,250.
A dandy 7-room house, 2 baths. 1
up and 1 downstairs, fruit and shade
trees; nice lawn, garage, woodshed:
close in, central Missoula. Here is
a place where you could rent part
of your house to help offset the high
ost of living. Price $3,500. Terms.
We have some of the best buys in
Missoula In small properties. It
.vould pay you to look us up before
you buy elsewhere.
Fire and auto insurance.
Ira C Watson Realty Co.
2nd Floor First National Bank.
Phone, 1504. Residence, 008
A strictly modern 5-room
bungalow, new and up-to-date,
nice close In location in .Ham
mond Addition. Price for a few
days $3.250. on good terms.
Another good 5-room cottage,
Daly Addition. IS fine lots. Just
the place for garden and chick
ens. Price only $1,875.
A highly improved suburban
home, 3 acres of fine soil, nearly
new, 7-room cottage, good out
buildings. This is one of the
very best locations in Orchard
Horhes. Price $3.500.
A good 5-acro tract, well locat
ed. at $1.400, and party will trade
for well located lots, or small
piece of Improved property.
We have a dandy wheat and
stock ranch of 520 acres that we
can sell on most any reasonable
terms to responsible party. 43
acres of this is in winter wheat
and more plowed for spring
seeding, atiout half of this is fine
tillable land, the balance la the
best of pasture. Price only $20
per acre, on very easy terms.
Don't forgot that wo have 30
acres ef tho very best soil in
Orchard Hemes at a real bargain
110 E. Cedar. Phono 062
IF YOU ACT QUICKLY
You can get a classy 5-room,
modern bungalow, beautifully lo
cated In the choice univ?ruity
district. Good furnace, fine bath
and electric fixtures: splendid
lot. All new and only $3,250 for
We have some furnished and
unfurnished houses for rent.
O. B. S. Orr Realty Co.
A GOOD F^RM
68» acres, six miles from city ;
200 acres crop: all stocked ami
Improved: fenced, cross fenced.
Price 812.000, on good terms.
New 5-roont thoroughly mod
ern bungalow, east of Higgins
avenue, fine hot water furnace,
and one of the most attractive
little homes in the city. Cost to
build last year 43.500, would cost
more this year. Can offer von
this beautiful little home for :>
few days at $3.230 on good terms.
Five-room modern, (gscept fur
nace, 3 blocks from Higgins ave
nue west, on South Sixth street,
big lot, shade, fruit, garden and
berries. This place $2.000. on
C. H. Staorlrt Realty Co.
335-J. Basament 1st Ntl. Bank.
Swanberg's Emp. Bureau
For Your Help.
122 Higgins Avo. Phone 1122
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The Missoulian, as an accommo
dation to us patrons, accepts classi
fied advertisements hy telephone,
but will not be responsible for mis
takes In ads or number of Inser
WE OFFER A I, ARGE SEM I-DEVEL
oped ranch, about 150 acres ready for
crop, 50 more soon made ready, bal
ance in brush, easily cleared and
mostly all tillable. Ditch carrying'
483 inches nearly complete covers all i
acreage. Fenced, house, barn, etc.,
$4o acre. 'WReetdon-Rossi Co.
FOR SALE—$1,200, 110 ACRES IN I
Puttee canyon, 4 miles from M*s- I
soula. 1,600 cords wood, fine springs,
10 to 20 acres good land can be |
cleared, $200 cash, balance to suit.
John Burns, Owner, Gen. Del., or ,
POULTRY MEN 10 ACRES.7;y FRUIT
trees, 75 grapevines, 500 everbearing
strawberries. Sacrifice $9». Near
Bismarck, Missouri: $« down, $.">
monthly, owner, 725 YVainwijght,
FOR SALE IN' MolKSF. VALLEY, 80
acres under irrigation, seeded to
grain and grass. Part cash. Charles
E. Handels. Dixon. Monk
FIVE ACRES, CULTIVATED, OR
chard Homes. Terms; 62$ H. 4th W.
RANCH FOR SALE H. H, KNIGHT,
REA L ESTATE FOR SALE—CITY
ON EASY TERMS, ONE ACRE:
good soil; fenced: city water anil
first-class water right. Bought for
a home, but have moved to Butte.
TIiIk Ih a fine location for a suburban
home; close to car line and plenty of
ground for a big garden: *400. Phono
270 nr write F. R. Stann3rd, Missoula,
LET THE CROP BI'y' tHE LAND!
13 large lots with irrigation, Juki out
side the city limits; two crops of
Navy Beans will pay for the land.
F. J Mahoney, First National Bank
WALKING DISTANCE, j ACRES,
good 5-room house, barn, chicken
house anil yard. Good fruit trees.
Easy trims. Phone 374 afternoons.
P. O. Box 144«.
FIVE ROOM. MODERN. S. HIDE?
sleeping porch. Irf-st fruit, large
^garden. Will sacrifice; 624 River St.
MEDIUM SIZED MODERN HOUSE
between high school and university.
Afternoons, evenings. 519 Daly Ave.
TWO ~STo R Y RR kJK? ~f 'LOS iT'lN,
nice location, fruit tree», joo foot
front. Inquire 425 S. 5th St.. W.
FOR SALE MODERN FIVE ROOM"
house, garden, fruit and shade trees,
chicken lot; 1736, 12th St, *
637 ALDER ST , MODERN, 7 ROOMS.
2 corner lots, bargain. Inquire 519
FOR SALE—FIVE ROOM MODERN, 8
lots, barn: terms. 605 Woodford.
SEVEN ROOM MODERN HOUSE?
324 Daly Ave.
real estate—for sale or
NEARLY *00 ACRES fR RIGA BLR
and tillable, three mil# ditch about
completed, all fenced, house, barn,
ate. 164 acres ready for plow; o*
main highway, station and spur on
place. 840. Wheeldon-Roast Co.
FOR SALE OR* TRADE FOR FARM
property: Hamilton business block,
now occupied garage and apartments.
Bargain for quick turn. Address Box
563, Hamilton. Montana.
Foil SALE OR TRADE. 40 ACRES
fine land well located, close in. What
have you R. 47 Miaaoi.lian.
Give Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to
keep the cough loose and expectora
tion easy. It is excellent.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST—DIAMOND SHAPE UNIVUIl
sity piu set with pearls. For reward
return to Missouliun, care O. M.
PAPER MII.L^M't TtK AT CAMAS,
Washington. Permanent work for
steady men over is years old. No
experience necessary. Married men
preferred. Outside work to start
with; willing .ind capable men ad
vanced to better positions. Lowest
wages 13.37 for nine hours. Mill has
been running normally and without
trouble to workmen for many months,
nlthough strike railed last October
has not yet been formally declared
off. Over 750 men on payroll. Board
and lodging can he obtained at $0.50
to $7.60 per week, depending upon lo
cation. Camas is on main line of
S. P. Ä- S. railroad, about twenty
four miles frem Portland. Oregon,
and about fifteen miles from Van
couver. Washington. Jitndy service
to Vancouver half hour electric
service. Vancouver to Portland; two
boat lines. Camas to Portland: fare
on one, 25c: other, 50c. Cut out tills
ad and apply in person at Camas of
fice or room 509, Aregon Building,
Portland, anil you will be given Job.
If able bodied, even if all vacancies
are then filled. This offer applies for
the next few weeks onlv.
STEADY MEN 'A ANTED «O TAKE
exclusive control of good territory In
western Montana and other good
fields. Money advanced weekly
Odtfit and special training free. Ex
perience unnecessary. Our sclive
meu are mnklng good money. You
can do t**e same. Clean, hardy,
guaranteed stock. Yakima Valley
Nursery Co.. Toppenlsh. Wash.
MAN" BETWEEN 25 AND 4 5 Ft HI
'.099 per >
C. L. lib
A \ 1 >
4 5 FOB
permanent position with established
life insurance company. Man capable
of earning $2,500 per year. Expéri
ence not necessary. Training given
free. Splendid opportunity with
rapid promotion. Address W. I. Fras
er. superintendent, eighth floor, C. L.
l'ldg., Dps Moines, luwi.
LÄRO E M Â N U FA CTI T RE R WANTS
representatives to sell shirts, under
wear. hosiery, dresses, waists, skirts,
direct to homes. Write for free
samples. Madison Mills, 503 Broad
way. New York City.
FIRST CLASS ilhOKK EEPÊR AND
stenographer. Also clerk for general
store In country town Good salaries
to right'men. Address A-l, care
WXnTED'- AT"7 (NC E. FIRST C• LASS'
mechanic. Good wages for right
man. Ca^l Motor Inn or Phone 114S.I.
WANTED—GOOD FILIPINO. JAP
aneso or Chinese for porter and car
washer. Apply Hew!!!'» Garage.
WANTED—A HOY OF 17 YEARS TO
learn the trade. Inquire .Sentinel
WANTED—BOY OK 16 OR 17 Foil
Job department. Missoula Pub. Co.
W A NTED--TEN BRIGHT CAPABLE
women to travel, demonstrate and
sell dealers; $25.00 to $50.00 »per
week. Railroad fare paid. Weekly
advance for traveling expenses. Ad
dress at once Goodrich Drug Com
pany, Dept. 505. Omaha, Nelli.
WOMAN OR GIRL WANTED TO Do
short order work who Is quick, neat
and willing to learn Apply in per
son or letter. Jack Wilcox. Alberton,
Mont , Box 25.
WANTED COMPETENT GIRL FOR
IH, lie i^t»»
D— A c
Apply inornln^H to
Itawood, 1006 Gt
Mrs. E. W.
DRE8HMÀ k ER WANTED, STÉÂ I >V
employment for competent helpei
Olive C Mc Intosh. Masonic Temple.
IMPERIEN CEI) GIRL FOR GENER
al housework, extra good wages
small family; 235 S. 6th U.
YoTfNG~ < 11 RL~ TO HELP WITH
housework. 1806 8. Tenth. Phone
HOUSEKEEPER for "family "of
two. Address A. R H . Missoulian
AG ENTS A I'OST CARD WILL PI "I'
you in touch with an $$() a week
proposition Helling Aluminum Uten
nils and Specbilties direr! to oott
Htimer. Iront lit the price of ;• pont -
card stand between >oti and proa
perity. Dlv. 3081 American Alumi
num Mfg. <'u.. L'-mont, 111.
»60 WEEKLY AND A I T< >M< >BI LE
furnished men everywhere
samples wonderful new mi 1
fuel product with car owr
worth equals gallon of guaoli
fit furnished free. L. liullw.
Hta. r„ Louisville, Ky.
AGENTS 200 PER CENT PROFIT;
wonderful littb article; something
new; sells like wildfire. Cany light
In your pocket. Write at once for
free sample. E M. Feltrnan, Sales
Manager, 1007 American Bldg. Cin
(RUBBISH HAULED, Phone 1161 Red
• IT U ATION * WANTED FEMALE,
8ALESMEN WANTED 40 ?
WANTED SALESMAN: "BY ONE OF
the largest concerns In C. H. Sales
man not subject to draft to cover
Montana and nearby territory. Ad
vertising campaign supplies leads.
Earnings in commissions run scw ral
hundred per month. Expense* paid
while training. Address. 11. B. liai
_rls, G. H M. Monroe Isldg . Chb ago.
~ SITUATION WANTED—MALE
WANT Ell WORK ON ~ FARM Git
ranch by three healthy young men,
25 to 32, deferred cbissificalon. tech
nical and some faim experience. Will
ing to work hard. State wages, etc.
Addresif Van Harzer, 435 Hoslyn PI.,
RELIABLE SALESMAN DESIRES TO
make connections with leglSmate
firm, where selling ability is required.
Traveling preferred. References. For
appointment, address F. A. (J., Mix
POSITION BY YOUNG "MAN. A 1
stenographer; understands bookkeep
ing experience, references. A. Z.,
TRANSFER? MOVING? UI .OWING?
hauling of all kinds Phone 26$ Black.
PAPER CLEANING $1.50"PER ROOM
and up. Phone Î 424 J.
TRANS8 EI 'I ■ !.\ GARDE'.
plowing. Phone 1386
FOR A NURSE PHONE 1327 BLACK.
JEWELRY 4 WATCH REPAIRING
WATCHES REPAIRED IN BEST
possible manner at low prices by
P, Giraon; 120 W. Front Street.
FOR RENT—FURNISHED ROOM» J
TWO WELL* liKATEll AND WELL
furnished rooms for gentlemen at 633
S. 3rd St. W.
TWO PLEASANT ROOMS FOR
rent, one un and one downstairs; 425
H5 5th St., W.
ONE LARGE STEAM HEATED
room: 223 S. 5tli E. Phono 1222.
CHEERFUL. MODERN BOOMS AT
moderate prices. Paxton Hotel.
NICELY l'Y'HXISHF.D SUITABLE
for two gentlemen 354 Alder.
NICELY' FURNISHED' BOOMS AND
•looping porch; 537 E Pine.
SINGLE OK DOUBLE ROOMS?" PAX
ton Hotel. _
WITH BOARD PHONE »76 BLK.
THE LENOX; MODERN ROOM a
GAS; 22s E. CEDAR.
634 E. CEDAR.
FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE. MODERN:
fu. ace, electric and coni or wood
ranges: close In. $24 n month. Call
197 after 10 mornings.
SIX ROOM MODERN. FULL RÀSE
ment. large yard and fruit trees, $25
per month, water paid. Phono S or
FIVE ROOM MODERN BUNGALOW":
garage; large basement. r.::5 N 5th.
SIX ROOMS. "SICE GEO Mil.1. ER,
First National Hank block.
17 ROOM ROOMING HOUSE ON
Higgins Avo. 115 E. Main.
ON MAY 1st, FOUR room • • >TT.\GH,
burn, close in. Phone 1353.
Six ROOM MODERN HOUSE; 330
W. Spruce, phone 759.
SIX ROOM HOUSE. > APPLY 411 W.
FOUR"ROOM FLAT; 502 E. FRONT?
fi ROOMS. MODERN. 626 S THIRD.
SEVEN ROOM HOUSE, MODERN;
garage. Inquire 517 McCormick.
FIVE ROOM PARTLY FURNISHED.
Inquire 532 Puttee.
FOUR room MODERN, 1202 H. «T 11.
THREE ROOMS MODERN; Tifi I«.
ROOMS MODERN; PHONE 1674.
T WO RO OMS. 905 MITCHELL.'
SÏ X ROOMS; 60S p. CEDAR.
FOR RENT— HOUSEKEEPING
housekeeping rooms: 312 s.
5th St., East. Phone 1$6 Red.
SUITE OF ROOMS, PRIVATE I AM
Il V. references. Phone 1353.
Ht UJKEKEEPING A PA RT M E N T S.
furnished. Lennox Hotel.
2 FURNISHED. GAS; NO CHILDREN.
441 S. Third W.
FINE ROOMS, GRAHAM FLATS 315
East < 'ed.ir.
TWO FURNISH ED, MODERN; (.08
ONE FURNISHED, MODERN 519 K.
INQUIRE 306 W? M AIN. RHONE 1099W
MODERN.' GAS;." 236 W SPRUCE.
FURNISHED, OAK;~r?&2 E. Front.
705 EAST CEDAR. PHONE «69.
806 TOOLE. PHONE 1191 W.
MODERN, GAS. 4h| E. SPRUCE
8 0$. w -jpfm ST
g— ■' '
t' X t l-i
TWO LARGE FRONT ROOMS \ND
porch, furnace liytit. »D -Icily modern.
Garage; 536 S. 4th St. West.
APARTMENT FOR RENT. MACAJA
wsa Lodge , Phons 12*12 Red.
it.UR NICELY FURNISHED, CLUSE
luded, *800 119, (..-O. F.
National Rank KIR.
'HEAP, SAXON * SIX
• I twi
GRANT SIX IN I'lU.ST CLASS RUN?
'•>p. apply 821 S. 5th
SECOND IIANI) 1 'A US,
» at Montana Moto
543 Blaine strf
i t ry Ht.
K' ISMUS HEI
P Y G1 '
1 life predlet loi
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1 19 rents D L.
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IflMIêH 1093 4*1 4 11 .1.1 PM
HOUSES WANTED 20
SEVEN ROOM MODERN HOUSE,
south Hide near university; furnace
or hot water heat; garage; ponses
Mon May 1; sleeping porch. Ad
dress I». s., Missoulian.
! NIVK11SITY PROFESSOR WANTS
cottage, south side, June first,
furnished or unfurnished. No ebll
ge hy merchant,
rental to P. AL,
M iHsoulla ri.
HIDES AVO WOOL.
ATTENTION! WE GIVE FULL
value and prompt return tor hides,
pelts, wool, rubber. Missoula Hlda
Ac Wool Depot 611 West Main.
PVlfin* 1 Olt
if ; f'16 PHONE $519 RED
ADJUSTED, ANY PART CITY, »1.00?
Orvls Music House, Phone 152 Black.
THE " Mmi«y u .?« m rfEL, J. A.
Walsh, Mgr. Steam heat, telephone,
thoroughly modern. Week and month
CLE A N? STEA Al - H EA T El ) OUTS! DB
rooms, hot and cold running water.
Reasonable. Victoria Hotel. Phone
WANTED— REAL LSTATK.
wanted to hear from owner
of good unimproved land for sale.
State cash f»rice. description. V. F.
Bush. Minneapolis, Minn.
WÂ NTKD TO BUY. FROM OWNER,
5 or 6 r'«om modern house South Side,
east. Give location and price. W.
WANTED TO HEAR FROM OWNER
of farm or unimproved land for sale.
_ O. K. Hawley, Baldwin. Wisvonsln.
WILL FINANCE ANT LEGITIMATE
buainess. Incorporated companies
preferred. For Interview address J.
G. J., Missoulian. _
foR SALE—ONE-CHAIR 1 RÂRBËR
shop. L. Oentel, St. Ignatius, Mont,
MISCEL LANEOUS FOR BALB___
SPECIAL PRICKS ON" Till'. POL
lowing second hand lumber: Siding,
flooring, ceiling, barn doors, win
dows. liâmes and weights, flour and
wall tiling, corrugated roofing, oak
stairs, bolts, nails, qrw brick, hollow
tile, crushed rock, steam boiler, hand
hoist, kindling and cord wood. R. J.
Carmichael, I block west llavalli
mill. Phone 1555.
SINGLE COMB RHODE ISLAND
Ited eggs for batching from Poor
nianns 230 egg strain, bred to lay
and pay. Also some Rose Comb It.
1. Whites' eggs for hatching. Phone
1052, J. H. Hosscnberg.
PANSY AND ASTER PLANTS 25
cents a dozen, hardy plants, 5, 10
and 15 cents each. We pay delivery.
Get in y plant list. 11. E. Jones, View
Acres. Hamilton , Montana,
A FEW MORE BURPEE'S EXTRA
early seed potatoes, also Burpee's
«tringles» beans und garden peas.
Fred Jamieson, Phone S57l Black.
FURNITURE, NEW AND 8ECOND
hnnd. I pay highest prices lor sec
ond-hand household goods. H&no
Jensen, 135 W. Main. Phone 8*5.
8. C. W. LEGHORN HATCHING
eggs, guaranteed SOO fertile. $5.00
nd red It, -It n. Drew, 144 ltol
phone 3 vi W.
8. C. R.
ling $1.50 per
Rock eggs fr,
15. 624 E. C
a few Rarred
slock, $3 per
FURNITURE Full SALE; RANGE,
china closet, buffet, bed. tables and
all kinds of furniture. Phone X122
GUILD'S RED. HIGH CHAIR. WALK
or, single sanlLuy cot. vacuum
cleaner, oil stove, heater. Phone 955
Red . __________
EGGS SINGLE comb WHITE LEG
horn; trap nested. $1.00 netting.
Phone 766 AY
El Ml N I TURF, FOR E I G H T - R 00 M
house, good condition, selling cheap.
Bargain; 328 E. Main St. or Phono
SEWING MÀCHÏfîfes FOR SALE OR
rent. Second hand goods bought and
sold lit Stockist) storage. 200 S. 3rd.
TWO-SEATED RUBBER TIRED
surrey and harness. Delivery wagon
and harness. East Side Grocery.
ENGRAVED WEDDING INVITA
tlolls, visiting cards, steel die em
bossing. Tbe Office Supply Co
ONE HORSE: DEAD AX WAGON;
S'4 wagon: also heavy spring wagon
and hnrneaseii: 1033 Phillips.
GOOD TEAMS OF FARM HORSES
and wagons at Bedell's F .....I and
Sales stables. 12S West Cedar.
DOORMAN'S 2 :a WIG LAYING
strain S. C, R I Reds, »160 selling.
Fred Schill ing. Phone 1191 J. __
NEW AND SECOND-HAND FU11NI
turo bought and sold. 114 West Ce
dar Phone 1411 Blaek.
Unit SALE FAMILY COW, REG'S
tried Jersey, 4 sacks beet pulp; 628
I«ongstaff. ........ i 165
LIGHT WAGON, PLOW, II ARROW,
cultivator, 2-non tod buggy. Very
cheap. Phono 212.
FOR SALE TURK K\ 'EGGS »2.25
per setting. Mrs. It A. Stratton,
FOR SALE C. G CONN CORNET:
worth *65.00; will Hell for »20. Cull
Phone 870 BUtck.
ROSE COMM RHOiNk ISLAND RED
eggs for hatching, $1.00 per sotting;
$03 e Front st
S~"c~RGDS AND l!\NT\MS "EGGS
und stock. Chas. K. Lucas, Route 3,
NO ! M.MtQUIS SEE!) WHEAT FOR
H»le. Thomas Daniel!, Carlton.
FURNITURE FOR 5 RUHM linl'SE
nil In good condition. Phone 1003 W
H P ROCK EGGS *1.90 PER KET
Ing 15; 1$31 Cooper. Phone 9$$ Or
THOROUGHBRED BUIE ROCK
eggs *1.00 setting; Barred 75c. Phono
LARGE GAS RANGE. DOUBLE GAS
plate, gas water heater; 410 Stephens
TWO REGISTERED HEREFORD
bulls. F. II. Cooney. MIhmouIii. Mont.
100 SACKS NETTED GEM SEED PO
tntocH, will deliver. Phone 8402 Blk.
FOR DRY (TdtnWluiD AND KIND
llnc South Side Delivery, Phone 1556,
THREE HEREFORD BULLS. WELL
bred. W. A. Cook, Bonita, Mont.
2ND HAND SEWING MACHINES, $$
un Hnvt-Dickinson Plano Co
COLLEGE CAP AND GOWN IN
good condition. J. Missoulian.
UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER. GOOD
condition. »60; r,4| K Front
R. f'? W. WYANDOTTE EGGS, PER
setting, »I 00 744 E. Cedar.
WICKER BABY BUGGY I 1KHT
rlass condition. Phone 1101
07.D NEWSPAPERS 15 LBS. FOR
2flo I )fflee Supply Co.
OLD PAPERS FOR HALE AT MIH
sonllan office; 25r a hundred.
RUBBER STAMPS. CORPORATE
seals. The Offlr* Supply Co.
SEED WHEAT AND BARLEY.
Pbone 1120; 914 Toole Ave.
WINES. LIQUORS, SODAS, CTOARH.
J. E. Power Llouer Co.
TWO RHODE ISLAND #KI* Roos
ters. phone 437 V
BARRED rock EGGS FOR SET
tlrig ; 1110 S. 4!h. W.
EARLY EUREKA SEED POTATOES
Pbone 4 5 and 192.
TWo'GoOD MILCH COWS. RIVER
FIRST CLASS POTATOES. PHONE
GOOSE EGGS, 25 c EACH. PHONE
GOOD YOUNG HORSES J. M. LAPP,
R I R. EGGS FOR SETTING. PHONE
HOGS FOR HA tTE. PHONE »573
'middle HORSE? CHEAP; 922 TU R~
B? R.'&~ï: I? R. MOOS 235 W. SPRUCE"
DRY FIR »3 90 |/)AI). PHONE »3«.
PRY CGRDWOOD. PHONE 1120
WOOD, $1.76. C, O? D. PHONE iis
GARBAGE PLANTS. PÏIONE 74*9.
DRY CORD WOOD. PHONE 350.
sulky cart: aois mi-cormick."
LIBRARY TABLE; *623 CROSBY?"
CASH FOR OUT) FALSE TEETH?
Don't matter If broken. 1 pay »2.00 to
«15.00 per set. also cash for old goio.
vjillver. platinum, dental gold and old
gold jewelry. Will send cash by re
turn mail and will hold goods 19
days for sender's approval of my price.
Mall to L. Mazer. 2007 S. 5th. St..
SECONDHAND CLOTHING. SHOES,
gun«, trunks, suitcase«, old gold *M
silver. Phone 479,
SOCIE TY D IRECTORY
MISSOULA LODGE NO. Ü
A. F. & A. M.—Regular OUL
Ings first and third Tuesday*«
In Masonic temple. tioJaVrB*
ing brethren cordially Invited.
E. W. SPOTTSWOOD, W. ML
H. L. SADLER. Sec'y.
HARMONY LODGE NO. 41b
A. F. & A. M.—Meet* In lla>
sonic temple.—Regular (Ms
muni '«.»Ions first and third
Thursday. Visiting msatSst*
C. F. FARMER, W. M.
S. E. SCHOONOVER. Sec retory,
O. E. S. IMMANUEL CHAP
ter No. 54—Regular meeting*
second and fnurtn Wednesday
of eiteh month at 7:So p. m. (■
Masonic temple. Visiting members cor
ALICE M. BULLARD, W. M.
L. M. ROBERTSON, W. P.
NELLIE PILTZ. Sec'y.___
ELECTA CHAPTER NO. 7, O.
E. S.—Regular meetings first
and third Wednesdays of each
month in Masonic tempt*,
\ isltlng members always welcome.
NELLIE B. WALLACE, W. IL
CHRIS A. RUPP, W. P.
LIDA E FARMER. Secret ary.
MISSOULA AERIE NO. 32. F. O. E.—
Meets first and third Tuesdays of each
month at 8 p m. at Eagles' hall. West
A. K. ANDERSEN, President
JAS. A. BAKER, Secretary
LOYAL ORDER OF
MOOSE — Meeta flrat
and third Thursdav of
-ach month, at 8 p. m.
at K. P. hall.
W. J. It A BI NOTON, Dictator.
H. E. BLAKELY, Secretary.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD—.
Meet 1st and 3d Wednesday, 7:30 p. m.
Union Hall. Per capita reserVh, $72.04.
L. C. CROONENBKRGHS, C. C.
J. A. JOHNSON. Clerk. $414
ERVEY COLLECTING AGENCY.
Room $, Allen Block. Phone 361.
HIDES AND JUNK.
WE BUY hides! PELTS, RUBBER,
rags, bottles and metals of all kinds;
sacks bought and sold. Barer, So*
A Co. 631 Wnndv St Phone 74f.
GENERAL S T O R A O K — 1CVWRT
t b In g on earth- expert packing an*
crating. J. W. Reelv. 734 Weal Cedar.
WAGONS, BUGG'FS SLEIGHS AND
HORSES WAGONS. HARNESS; ÄUj
kinds right prleea: M.' BedetL ttt
MONEY TO LOAN. SS
money to loan. rrasonablS?
terms. Ilobllit and Smith, lawyer«,
406 .8 Montur# Block. Phone 1017.
LOWEST RATES ON FARM I.OANSL
VV. H. Sinead Company, Agent« for
the Banking Corporation.
11 D FISHER. 11» EAST MAIN.
F »> wu'HTCn HTOGINS BLOCK
AUTOMOBILE TRIMMING AND ,
MATTRESS MADE OVER. FEATJIe
ere renovated, upholstering. Phono
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY 1B
WESTERN EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
Oldest and Most Reliable.
Male and Female Help Furnished.
Pbone 229—Residence Phone 1615.
313 Higgins Ave., Missoula, Mont
W D Cursev Proprietor
M iSHt >1 ' LA EM PLOY M ENT _ OEFICB
333 Higgins Avenue.
Phone 175. Res. Phone 327-J
HEATING AND VENTILATING.
WARM AIR H EA TING WET CAL?
Slteel Metal Works 19* Alder
will VS YOUR AUCTIONEER? 1 ' WHÎ
Col. c. L. Bresee crlod my sale.
Pbone 1599 or Inquire 118 (May SL
K. I, KIRK HART, AUCTIONEER. 1*1
West Cedar. Residence phone 1868:
office 76 Black
HOUSE FOR SALE—MUST BE
ON HEAR OF LOT. PHONE 1256-VV?
l'IAND L »N H.
TINNERS AND TIN8HOP»
H KID. THE TINNER.
__ zi il
C/o.sTT WEAVING ___
BlIARPF ill* auimwnnn writiWV
COMPLETE COURSE IN BALL
room dancing $6.90. Spring term
just beginning Enroll now, classes
Mondav and Friday evenings. Tha
Missoula Dancing Academy. Barber
and Marshall Hall. Phone 1408 Black.
Private lessons by appointment.
f' A 1,1. STOI F.nARGFB ""PHONBt 1117.
RAILWAY TIME TABLES
NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILWAY
West Bound East Bound
No. I_10:40p.m. ! No. Ï— 8:10pj*.
No. 3___12:40 p. rn. | No. 4._ 7:20 a.m.
No. 41— 8:15 a.m. | No. 42— 6:47 p.m.
Bitter Root Branch.
Depart—No. 271, Bitter Root local.
8:40 a. m. No. 292. Bitter Root mind
train. 3 p. m. (except Sunday).
Arrive—No. 272. Bitter Root local.
4:2o p. m. No 291. Bitter Root mixed
train, 10:30 a. m. (except Sunday).
Coeur d'Alene Branch.
Depart—No. 283. Coeur d'Alene l o c a l ,
$1:35 a. m.
Arrive— No. *84. Coeur d'Alene local.
4:15 p. ro
(Dally, except Sunday.)
Depart—No. 258. 8:46 a. m. Ma lA
4:30 p. m.
Arrive—No. 255. 11:30 a. B. No« Ml.
10:30 p. m.
East Bound. West B ou n d
No. 16_6:66 a.m. I No. 15-_11:8S laBh
No. 18____6:17 p.m. j No. 17—11:81 a.at
LUE PARKER'S STAGE, MISSOULA!
to Ovando. Shapard Hotel 8 p. $M>
I daily (except Subday.)
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