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THE DAILY MISSOl't.lAN, TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 30, 1918.
"dRIftbSTONE GEORGE îTÂÏT •They Were "Shutters," but Now They're a "Pair of Openers! 'U M MU C«. & (IV. T. *>••««« VorM.I m ÜÜ : ; ::-S^3 Sparks f>°m the/Daily Grindl-9 (/'end. some, m to 'GnncL/tone 6 w»J *0 He>dj thi>.t M-c easily 'turned* Are the kind that Avr m^cie of WootL. ' "N-r~ < THE DAILY M1SS0ULIAN ESTABLISHED 1878 Published Kvery D*y »n tbe Tew by TH1 MISSOULIAN PUBUSH1NO COMPANY Ml se ou la. Moutana ■Dtered aa Becond-Claa« Mall Mat* ter at the Poetofftoe In Mleeoula Subscription Rates R Carrier, in Misaeula and Suburb« the week_____________I .10 la advance, monthly .. .70 la advanoe, six months____4.25 la advance, one year... - 0.00 •y Mall la advance, one month.. ta advance, three months—. 1.2S la advance, six month*-------- 4.2$ In advance, one year._______8.00 PUBLICATION OFFICE 120*111 W. Main 8treet Private Branch Exchange Connect ing All Depsrtmenta Hamilton Office—123 Main Street Foreign Representatives: O. LOO AN PAYNE COMPANT Chicago____Marquette Building New York „.Fifth Avenue Building Boston------$ Winter Street Detroit .............Kreage Building Mlaneapolla-110 Lumber Exchange Member ef the Associated Press The Associated Press is exclu* lively entitled to the use for repub. Heeilon of all newe dispatches cred • Ited to It or not otherwise credited la thin paper and also the local news published hereto. 'Shoe String" Novel Name for a Small Contractor Cleveland, Ö. —Who ever heard of a •'shoe string" contractor? It is a term vhlch Is prevalent ln söme localities. But whether you ever heard It or not you can readily guess what it means. They are the kind of men who begin contracting on a shoe string, as the Baying goes. They have no capita!, no equipment, ro knowledge of the business. They are ao,e to get a small line of credit from a few optimistic dealers in tools j and materials, and with this much of tt start they are fullfbdged contrac tors. Home of them have made good, tco. just as some men have founded big fortune» by selling shoe strings on the streets of New York or some other large city. But these shoe string fortunes have been so rare as to be the subject of much comment, and the successful snoc string contractor Is likewise such a rare bird as to elicit special com ment when he Is found. But for ev ery one who succeeds and is talked about there are hundreds who bring disaster on themselves and others. Have You Seen a Gay tar? After spouting, a geyser Is quiet as Sunday In a Canada town, and remains fw until the cavity fills up with water to a certain point, then she spouts again. It is much the same with a bilious attack. All goes well after an attack for a certain time, in fact, you cun truthfully say that you never felt better In your life, and perhaps on the following day when the attack Is on that you never felt worse. If you are a close observer you will notice that you had no appetite before the attack came on but ate as usual because it was meal time. If you take three of Cham berlain's Tablets as soon as your appe tite fails you may be able to avoid the attack. Try IL— Adv. Notics for Publication. (03824) Department of the Interior, U. S. 1-and Office at Missoula, Montana, April 22, 1918. Notice is KPrebv given that Charles Anderson, of Corlett, Montana, who, on December 12, 1911, made homestead entry- No. 03824, for List 1-661, I«ota 1. 2. HHNBVi Sec. 6. T. 19 N.. R. 16 W. M Mm has filed notice of intention to make 5 year proof under old law, to establish claim to the land above de scribed. before register and receiver of 17 8. land office, at Missoula, Montana, or. the 11th day of June, 1918. Ctalmant names as witnesses: John iMvIa, Oscar Southern, Joe Richmond, William Frye. all of Corlett. Montana. FRANK M. McHAFFIE. Register. Notic* for Publication. - (049*8) Department of the Interior, IT. S. land Office at Missoula, Montana, April 22, 1918. Notice Is hereby given that Oscar R. Southern, of Corlett. Montana, who, on August 18, 1913. made homestead entry No. 0*9*8, for List 1-1053. 8V4SEy, SH HW14 Bee. 2. T. 20 N.. R. 17 W. M. M.. has filed notice of intention to make G year proof under old law, to es tab. llsh claim to the land above described, before register and receiver of U. S. land office, at Missoula. Montana, on tb« llth day of June, 1111. Claimant names as witnesses: Chartes Anderson. John Davis, William Frye. Joe Richmond, all of Corlett, Montana. FRANK M. McHAFFIE, Register. IN DELINQUENCY CASES _ r_)__^. , at V—-L C-1 „ Report tO New Yoik Urges MorC Officers. Albany, N. Y.—The war has in creased delinquency in New York state, especially among young girls, but this increase has been offset to a large degree by greater vigilance on the part of probation officers, the pro bation commission stated in its report to the legislature. The commission found that the num ber of young girls placed on probation from the courts began to increase about the time the United States en teted the war. and the number lias re mained abnormally large ever since. This increase was said to be greatly increased temptations to young girls about soldiers' camps and to attrac tiveness of the uniform. .The report pointed out the need for increased supervision of amusements, prevention of promiscuous meeting of young girls and strange soldiers, and immediate needs for more probation officers, especially women, to deal with these cases. During the statistical year ending June 1, 1917, a total of 21,847 persons were placed on probation by courts of the state, an increase of 13 per cent over Hie number placed the year pre vious. j PHONE WIRE WRITE Swanberg's Emp. Bureau For Your Help. 122 Higgins Avo. Phone 1122 Kstabllshed 1912. Best Three-Room Office in City Second floor; corner location on Higgins; reasonable rent; quick ac tion; see CHAS. FERGUSON B & A Block FOR SALE Rooming House By owner. Fifty-six fur nishsd rooms; good business proposition; clearing $150 to 8200 por month; $3,500 will handle. Liberal discount for quick sale. Address A. Z„ Missoulian. Real Bargains Five-room modern cottage; nice, clone in location on south side; 50x130-foot corner lot; fine shade and lawn, price only $1,800. Good 5-acre Orchard Home tract at $1,400, and will trade for well located vacant lots. STEPHENS-BATES CO. »110 E. Csdir. Phon* 882 How Does This Compare With What You Have Already Seen? A good 6-room modern house, plastered: two lots; close. In on south side, east; garage, chicken house, fruit and shade trees; side walk and parking in. One of the best buys on the market. Price only $3.350. Owner will consider a trade for Orchard Home tract. Seven room modern house; good lo cation on west side; handy to street car; a pick' up for some one. $1,800. Five-acre tract for rent. FIRE AND AUTO INSURANCE MONEY TO LOAN IRA C. WATSON 8*e*nd Floor First National Bank Ftiona 1504. ! 60,000 German Prisoners in Siberia Armed, Report liondon.— While the Russian Rolshe ! vik authorities deny It. says n dispatch | from Harbin by way of Tokio to the |I>«lly Mail, there are 60,000 armed SolonSjoemfian prisoners mobilized at Tomsk, | Siberia, and destined for the fur cast. Rheumatic Paint. 1 When troubled with rheumatism bathe the affected parts v i.h Chntnbcr. laln's Liniment. You will be surprised at the relief which it affords.—Adv. LEAVING THIS WEEK And will make GREAT SACRI FICE to sell before she goes, says owner of one of the best built, finest-arranged and class iest 5-room modern furnace heated bungalows in South Mis soula, east of lliggins avenue. It's someone's chance, if you like it, make an offer. O. B. S. Orr Realty Co. PHONE 270 First National Bank Baiemant Little Stock Ranch 160 acres, 19 head of stock, In cluding Home good milch cows, G head of horses, machinery, tools, wagons and harness, fair build ings, good range, good family or chard; located ono nnd one-half miles from railroad station; good water right, good fishing and hunting. Pi Ire, $5,200; good terms; trades considered. PEARSON & LEE CO. Phone 8. 116 W. Cedar HtrssL Missoulian-Sentinel Morning and afternoon Class Ads carry your message twice a day. They produce results. RATES: One cent a word a day. Ono dollar a Tine a month. Minimum charge twenty cents. Advertisements by Phone The Missoulian, as an accommo dation to us 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—CITY FIVE ROOM. MODERN, H. HIDE, sleeping porch, best fruit, large _garden. Will sacrifice; 624 River St. FOR - HALE --'MODERN FIVE ROOM house, garden, fruit and shade trees, chicken lot; 1736. 12th St. FOR HALL *45 OR 60 FEET ON I-ongstaft street, terms to suit, side walk in Phone 1 436 W, TOUR-ROOM HOUHL. 60- FT. ('OR ner. Will sacrifice for cash. Phone 13(7 W. 637 ALDER ST , ,\F >DEKN, 7 ROOMS, 2 corner lots, bargain. Inquite 519 Abler. FOR'SALK—FIVE ROOM MODERN, 8 lots, barn; terms. 605 Woodford. REAL ESTATE—FOR SALE OR _ TRADE NEARLY 408 ACRE« IRRIGABLE and tillable, three mile ditch about completed, all fenced, house, ban, etc., 150 acres ready for plow; OB ■min highway, station and spur OB place. $40. Wheeldon-Roast Co. REAL ESTATE—FOR SALE COUNTRY. WK OFFER A LARGE SEMI-DKVÈL 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 ail acreage. Fenced, house, barn, etc., $40 acie. Wheeldon-Rossi Co t $53,000 00 BUYS 4 40-ACRE HAY' ranch with good water right, well slocked and new $3.500.00 store house, also all personal property. \V. II _ «pence, Philip sburg. Mont. TOR SALD IN MOIESE VAt.LEY, 80 acres *under irrigation, seeded to grain and grass. Part cash YJhariea E. Handels. Dixon, Mont. _ ESTRAY. RED BRINDLE 2 YEAR OLD HETF er. no brands, located in John A. Swanson'« ranch, Potomac. Missoula County. Also light red i y«sar «Id heifer at Frank Nelson « ranch, Po tomac. No liranl or mark visible. Will be sold at Potomac May 11. by II. \Y. Martiu, stock inspector. LOST AND FOUND. FOUND—BUM OK MONEY'. CALL | 821 Orange St., betwe en 6 and 7 p. m. . LOST - KÄPPA" KEY. FINDER ■ please cull 582. HELP WANTED—MALE. WANTED—YOUNG MAN ABOUT 19 to come Into an office nnd learn ' business. Must be of good character nnd family and with fair schooling. Good chance for promotion. Address W., enre Mlssoullnn. FIRST CLASS BOOKKEEPER AND stenographer. Also olerk for general store In country town. Good salaries to right men. Address A-l, care Mlssonlinn. WANTED — MEN Alb ÎVK Tl 1E draft age "to go over the top" with our nursery stock. Cash weekly. Capith.1 City Nursery Co., Salem, Ore. WÂNTËD-ÀN "ELDERLY MAN TO do light work in greenhouse and garden. Florence Greenhouse, Flor ence, Mont. MANAGER ' FO It MISSOULA branch of Jewel Tea Co. Married. Call after r. p. m. ;it 42', W. Cedar. T1EMAKKR. WILL PAY 16C. MAT* tison & Light, Poison. BOY WANTED. APPLY AT HATH man Drug Co. HELP WANTED—FEMALE. $2 5n PKK DA Y PAID < >NE LADY IN ■•licit town to distribute free circu lars for concentrated flavoring In tubes. Permanent position. F. E. Barr Co,, Chicago. STEN1 KiltA PH Kit MUST HAVE A knowledge of office work. Address stating reference*, experience and salary expected, D. J. Donohue i 'o. WANTED A N ~E X P E It 1 E NEED marker and «»sorter. Inquire Poi son steam Laundry. DRESS Si À KING ' A PFS E N T I C B wanted. Phono 14 90. WAITRESS, 511 S. HIGGINS SALESMEN. SELL «IkiM'KHIKS Olio .of workl's Ilii'ffeHt wIioIok;» l< RTO nrs, (cap It* 1 ovrr $1,000.090.00) wants iiinbll ! »ns 1116-n in rvei y Io oallt y to M«'ll direct to cnimum« r ii» - t ionall y kitim ii brand of gro« «lies. ti'UH, (■off« « :« spii'c«, pulnls, oils, Stock CHMlH, 4 «'. Hig lliy, «iisy HttlOM. Values b« at i h y conip«'((fThp Karn big m »n«*v. Nu ex|M"rl«Ry( or LHp Hal ro Iilired. Complete gïimpli mit fit um free h« •IliriL: iuHtripdionn «t« rt you. L >ng est iI'IIhIkgI rt'fiuLIc hou.se; ask yo ur hnnl er WyUu4«da>. John Sixtoi it < 'o., Illinois anil King sbury .st«,, i iiloago. III. SITUATION WANTED—MALE À~~GÔÔD RELIA RLE Y4IUNG MAN not subject to draft, now employed us head bookkeeper in one of Mon tana's largest banks wishes a change. Can do the work in any accounting department. State what you have to offer and salary. Y., M issoulian. WALL PAPER AND MURKHCO cleaned rooms, $1.50 and up. Rhone 1424 .1. _ TÏlANSfteR, '' MO VING. PLOWING, hauling of all kb da Phone :'f,k Black, RUBBISH HAULED. Phone 1161 Red. SITUATIONS WANTED—FEMALE. FOR A N URNE PHONE 1227 HLACK. AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE. dodge touring car. good con dltion. new the , extras, spotlight, numbers, etc., P'17 model. Address out Dr ug, St. Ignatius. HIGH <IRADKTpA f4. TOURING (' A1L fine condition, sacrifice ae.'ount hav. Ing enlisted. Address l 27 e. Front, CHEVROLET. BA B Y (jP.AND ('Alt. first class condition, looks like new, $550.80. Phone 3*1 J. BARGAINS IN SECOND HAND CA RS. Sie Brooks at Montana Motor Co. REPUBLIC TRI « K. 2 TON, GOOD condition. Phon.- 1161 Boi 1-ORD TOI RING .-An, CHEAP. A1 condition: 543 Blaine street _____ HOTELS THE MISROÜLA HOTEL, J A. Walsh, Mgr. Steam beat, telephone, thoroughly modern. Week and month rates CLEAN. «TEAM-HEATED OUTSIDE rooms, hot and cold running water. Reasonable. Victoria Hotel. Phone ««4. RANQHES roll RENT TWO ACHES, 7 ROOM HOUSE CITY water and light; $21.50 per month. Wheeldon-Rossi Co. FIVE ACRES, PHONE 84 RED. AUCTIONEER WHO'« YOUR AUCTIONEER? WHY Col. C. L. Bresee cried my sale. Phorte 7500 or inquire 118 Clay «L K. L* KiHKHAKT. AUCTIONEER, 12* West Cedhr. Residence phone 1281; office 76 Rlaek. I FOR RENT—GARAGE 1$ TOR RENT. GARAGE AT 602 SOUTH 8th Ht.. We*L Phone 1337 GARAGE, $4.00 PEL MONTH, 804"w. Pine. GARAGE FOP. LENT, 527 FORD GAKAGL; 52, N. FIFTH JEWELRY A WATCH REPAIRING WAT0HË8 REPAIRED IN BEST possible manner at low price* by D. G|r»on. 120 W. Front KtreeL # FLOWING AND HARROWING. FOB BÄ4T - JOR PHONE 330. CEMENT WORK. VI. L- UUCi L E. PU ON E 6512 it ED. | . ■ ' FOP RENT—FURNISHED ROOMS BEST REASONABLE PRICED MOD ern rooms in city; 2 bioeks west of N. P. «iepot. ' The Kose A\omm House." Mrs. M. A. Ferguson. THREE FURNISHED ROOMS, MOD ein, gaeilon space, by May 1. Call 586 Rollins St. PLEASANT ROOMS, 1'IANO, KITCH en privileges. 316 10 Spruce. NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS; 537 U. Pine. WITH BOARD. PHONE 976 HI.K. THE LENOX; MODERN ROOMS. MODERN; 419 WEST CEDAR. 534 K. CEDAR. FOR RENT—HOUSE» UNFURNISHED FIVE - ROOM MODERN HOUSE, corner of S. 5th St. \V. nnd Cotton wood. $21.60 per month. Imiulro mornings at 627 S. 5th St. West. Phone 440 Black. FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE. MODERN; fu. nee, electric nnd coni or wood ranges; close In, $24 a month. Cnll 197 after 10 mornings. FOR RENT OR SALE-TWO STORY brick, «'lose in, nie* looatlon, fruit trees, too foot front. Inquire 425 H. 6th ML, W. FIVE oil SIN ROOMS, MODERN, villi range; 323 Croyby, call after 5 P. in. SIX rooms. see geo. miller, First National Bank block. 17 ROOM ROOMING HOUSE ON Higgins Ave. 115 E. Main. FOUR ROOM HOUSE, MODERN, cheap; 441 S. 5th K. SIX HOOM HOLISM APPLY 411 VV. Cedar. FIVE ROOM MODERN; 507 N. 4TII FOUR ROOM FLAT; 602 K. FRONT. Til REE UNFURNISHED 608, N. 2ND. FOI It ROOM; PHONE 469 RED FOR RENT—HOUSES FURNISHED 'i'll It EE- Room FURNISHED HOUSE, »05 Hilda, THREE ROOMS I'l 1 UN 1 S IIED; »25 E. Cellar. THREE ROOMS PHONE 313 PLACE TWO ROOMS, 905 MITCHKLU SIX ROOMS. ;. | E MAIN. FOR RENT— HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS FIN 10 ! Un NT UOn.M WITH KtTCIf onottf*. Ora ham Flats, J f» IC. c % c*cln r. CLEAN, close in, GAS. 226 Y DA MS, nptioslte Mnnt.'il training building. FÏ RNT.-GIED IPH'SEK feping and fi<>USEK EÊPING APART MENTH, furnished. 1/ennox Hotel. 2 FURNISHED. GAS; NO CHILDREN. 441 S. Third W. LIGHT HOI SKKKEPING ROOMS; 403 w Cedar. TWO FURNIHHED, MODERN; 608 K. Cedar. I N O U 1 R E 30« W. MAIN. PHONE 1099W 705 EAST CEDAR. PHONE 669. MODERN. GAS; 4 15 W. PINE MODERN, GAS; 234 E CEDAR M « iDKRN, GAS. 4I| W. PINE. 60» W PINE S'l FOR RENT—APARTMENTS APARTMENT FOR RENT, KAOAJA wea I/iKige iqmn# 1202 Red. PLEASANT 2. ROOM FURNISHED apartment; :nr, R. FronL THE RDZALE; 718 BLACK BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. IHR SALK A SHOE REPAIRING bilNlness. fully eitulppeil witil u|)-lu «liili- machinery Inquire Box D, Hamilton, Montana. LUNCH COUNTER FOR SALE, cheap If taken at once. Doing good biiHlneas. R. Missoulian. HAW MILL FOR BALE, 36 U P complete. 2 insert to«>th hu#::, bar gain. Mi-., Missoulian. parlor. Rent reasonable. Tel. 1408 J. SEWING MACHINES. adjusted. any part city, turn. Drei* Munie Hon«». Phone 152 Rlaek WOOD SAWING. ' ALL STOLKBAKGKR PHONE 1117, OANCINO SCHOOLS. LEARN To WALTZ. ONK STEP AND fox-trot in a short time, quickest surest way. Class lessons 50c per hour. Class« « Monday and Friday enlngs. Private lessons l. v ap pmntmcnt. S<x;lal d»n<o Friday even î# to II. AdmiMKlfin. genll<*rn' k n, 7»c Phone* H08 blacg. MIdkooI.i hall. COLLECTION AGENCY KKVKY COLLECTING AGENCY. Room 8. Allen Rloefc. Phone >61. LIVESTOCK. YOUNG TEA.'* OF MATCH El * mares, one In fo.il. '.'so gumi farm team an«l wagon; f-133 Phillips. 4JDDD TEAMS OF FARM HORSES and wagons at Rrdell's Feed and Sales »tattles, 128 West Cedar. TINNERS AND TIN8HOPS REID, THE TINNER. FURNACE*. Telephon« 6X5. PERSONAL. DAISY FORMERLY OK MORTON I lease write to W r . H. Muller, Grove. Please UastleUin, Utc.h- "Import*uL" PANSY AND ASTER PLANT« 26 cents a dozen; hardy plants, 6. 10 and 15 cents «gich. We pay delivery. Oct tny plant list. 11. 10. Jones, View Acres. Hamilton. Montano. PARTIES DESIRING SEED POTA foes apply to 1,. E. Tucker, R. F. D. No. 3, or phone 6T>4 Red. Will take potatoes at harvesting time In return for seed. A FEW MORE BURPEE'S EXTRA early seed potatoes, also Burpee's strtngless beans and garden pens. Fred Jamieson, Phone »671 Blnck. FURNITURE, NEW AND SBCOND hand. I pay highest price* for aeo ond-hnnd household good*. Han* Jensen, 135 W. Main. Phone 896. À NO. ?«25 POWER BEAN SPRAYER, lias not spin Veil o'er 4 1 * acres. Cost new about $500, will s«'li for $30«. R. A. Stratton, Stevensvllle. H. C. YV. LEGHORN HATCHING eggs, guaranteed 80*^ fertile. $6.00 per hundred. Bort D. IlVcw, 444 Rol lins. Phone 399 W. NEARLY NEW KITCHEN CABINET, china closet, wool rug 8x10, small rugs, and baby's brand new bnsken ett. phone «4 8 W. PAIR SPAULDING SNOWS HOES; 13 gauge Winchester pump gun. 1912 model; dr*** suit. Telephon* 915 f\VO SEATED nrriBER TIRED surrey and harness. Delivery wagon and harness. Knst Side Grocery. ONE BED COMPLETE. PORCH swing, snow shoes, I'unneil fruit. Jelly, pickles. J.'lly glasses, fruit Jars. sled. Call 131 Beckwith. ENGRAVED WEDDING INVITA lions, visiting cards, steel die em bossing. The Office Supply Co. good «-YEAR OLD. WELL BRED Pen heron span of mare» that weigh 3,000 pound*. Phone 7tio. NEW AND SECOND-IfAN1) FURND turn bought nnd sold. 114 West Ce dar Phone 1411 Blnck. IP H ' SEI IOLI > FURNITURE IN'CLI'D Ing ilirgn gas range ami porcelain limai i« «« box Paxton Hotel. Ft'MEl> OAK LIBRARY TABLE AND si't tliuial bofik cas«'. Dining table and buffet; 326 Tiiniont. ENGLISH OAK DINING ROOM tabic, book i iihc, bed und aulontoiitli) robe; 713 Month Third, SEED Potatoes, .netted gems, fancy slock, c. T. Morrell, Victor. II. Ferhinch«', Haiuilbm. KEROSENE Ul RN'Elt STOVE WITH oven. In first elaj» shape, $5.00 gets 1 .TO Ft MIT Til REE «il 'A RTKRK G AI, - vanlzcd pipe. Inljulio 1833 Cooper, evenings. R P. ROCK EGGS $1.00 PER SET ting 15; 1834 Cooper. Phone 988 Or ange. LARGE GAS RANGE, DGI BLE GAS plate, gas water Imuler; 410 Stephens A ve STURGIS COLLAPSABLE BABY carriage, also babv cilb; 710 H. 4tli W. FOR DRY OuRDWxi.d AND K1ND llng South Hide Delivery, Phone 1556. THREE HEREFORD HIlLt.S, WEM. bred W. A. Cook, Bonita, Mont. 2ND HAND HEWING MACHINES, $1 up. Hoyt-DIcklnson Plano Co. UNDERWOOD fV PEW HIT EH, GOOD condition. $60; 64| E. Front. R. c W. WYANDOTTE EGGS, PER setting. $ 1.00: 744 E. Cedar. OLD NKWHPA PTCKH, 1& LH8. fOR 2ftr Offlss luppfy f 'o. oVB pawSBS for at mih. «onîlrin office*; 25r « htindr<^l. RUBBER ST A M PS, CORPORATE ■eals. The Offl<> Supply Co. 200 SACK« A-l poTAT'iE», CHEAP at cellar. Phone »662 R H C R. | REr, AND TURKEY EGGS for hatching. Phone 1255 WINES, LIQUORS. SODAS. CIGARS. J E. Power Liquor Co. DRY WOOD. ANY LENGTH, ANY quantity, phone 1120. lYRY WOOD AND KINDLING, $3.00 per load. Phone 21» ■:n rock I I !f> S 4th ' EUREKA HEED POTATOES. B 45 and 192. iDY. ALMOST NEW. PHONE EGGH FOR HET tlmr : EARLY Phon TRECK lb Grand Kt FIRST CLASH POTATOES 8462 Riack. GOOD YOUNG HORSES. J. M. LAPP, Route 1. •GOSLING for SALK, 712 PALMER Street. R. I R EGGS FOR SETTING. PHONE 437 W. HORSE and WAGON phone 469 Red. ii. R. * R. r R. EGGS. 235 W. SPRUCE. DRY FIR $3 00 LOAD. PHONE $3o7 WOOD $175 r. O. D. PHONE «80 MISCELLANEOUS WANTED WANTED HEWING AND Cllll. ilren's tailoring. Satisfaction guar anteed ; 1538 South Fourth street, west. SECONDHAND CLOTHING, «HOB«, gun*, trunks, suitcase«, old gold and •liver Phone 4741 WANTED T« > RENT, WHEEL CHAIR. Phono 220 J HOUSE FOR SALE—MUST BE MOVED. ON REAR OF LOT. PHON B 1256- n. HIDES AND WOOL. ATTENTION! WE GIVE FULL VAT u« and prompt return for hide*, pelts, wool, rubber. Missoula If l'« pot, 611 W. Hide ft Wool Main, T«'l. P>«8, SOCIETY DIRECTORY MISSOULA LODGE NO. 1$ A. F. A A. M.—Regular meet ings first and third Tuesday»; In Masonic temple. Sojour»* Ing brethren cordially Invited, F,. W. SPOTT «WOOD, W. M. H. 1,. SADLER. «e c*y, HARMONY IXYDGB NO. 4L A F. A A. M.—Meet* In Ma» sonic temple. —Regular com munications first and third Thursday. Visiting membof* always welcome, C. r. FARMER, W. M. 8. K. RcnooNOVER. Se cretary. /IN o. E. 8. IMMANUEL CHAP ter No. 54—Regular meeting» \Mm) second nnd fourth Wednesday of each month at 8:08 p. to. In Masonic temple. Visiting member« cor dially Invited. ALICE M. BULLARD, W. M. L M. ROBERTHON. W. P. NE LLIB PI LTZ.8eo*y.__ />1\ ELECTA CHAPTER NO. 7, O. E. 8.—Regular meeting* Oral 'JR and third Wednesday« of each VV month In Masonic ttanpta Visiting members nlwnya welcome. NELLIE B. WALLACE, W. M. CHRIS A. RUPP, W. P. LIDA K. FARMER. Secre tory. MISSOULA AERIE NO. 22, F. O. Meets first siul third Tuesday* of (took month at 8 p m. at Earle*' bnlL W*«$ Main street. A. K. ANDERSEN. President JAS. A. BAKER, Secretory^___ LOYAL ORDmi OF MOOSE — Meet* tint and third Thundnn of each month, at I p, m, at K. P. hall. W. J. RABINOTON, Dictator. IL E. BLAKELY. Secre tary. WOODMEN OF THE WORLD— Meet 1st nnd 3d Wednesday, 7:28 ». at. Union Hall Per capita reserve. 87I.M. L. r. CROON ENBERGH8, C. C. J, A. JOHNSON, Clerk. 1UI COOper Street. HIDES AND JUNK.________ WE HUY HIDES, PELTS, RUBBER, lags, bottles and metals of all kinds; sacks bought and sold. Barer. Son A Co., 631 Woody St. phono 747. STORAGE. GENERAL S TO R AG E-KVERT thlng on earth, expert packing end «lilting. J. W. Iteely. 734 We*t Cedar. WAGONS, BUGGIES, SLEIGHS AND HARNESS._________ HORSES, WAGONS, HARNESS; AI.L kinds, right prices; M. Bedell, 128 W. Cedar. MONEY TO LOAN.___________ MONEY TO LOAN, REASONABLE^ terms. Ilohlltt sn«l Smith, lawyers, 406-8 Montana Work. Phone 1817. LOWEST RATES ON FARM 1.0 ANS. W. II. Sinead Company, Agents for tlie Banking Corporation. II D. FISHER; 1_13 EAST MA IN. " F j). WIMSLKR, HIGGINS BLO CK. AUTOMOBILE TRIMMING AND UPHOLSTERING^_________ mattress' made' over, feath ern renovated, upholstering. Phono 1128. EMPLOYMENT AGENCY._ WESTERN EMPLOYMENT aÛBMUI Established 190* Oldest and Most Reliable. Male and Female Help Furnished. Phone 229—Residence Phono 1878. 313 Higgins Ave., Missoula, Mont. W. 11. Cursey, Proprietor HEATING AND VENTI LATING, WARM AIR HEATING. METCALF* Sheet Metal Works. 129 Alder. CARPET WEAVING. __ S 11A11 PL, 1319 SHERWOOD" STREET. RAILWAY TIME TABLES NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILWAY West Bound Ea*t Bound No. 1 -10:40 p.m. I No. 2 8:18 (km. No. 3._12:40p. m. | No. 4_ 7 26a.m. No. 41— 8:16 a.m. | No. *2.„ 8:47». ON Bitter Root Braneh. Depart—No. 271. Bitter Root IO**L 8:40 u. m. No. 292, Bitter Rout mixed train, 3 p. in. (except Sunday). Arrive —No. 272, Bitter Ropt loc*L 4 :20 p- m. No. 291, Bitter Root misai train, 10:30 a. m. (except Sund*y)|. Coeur d'AI«n* Braneh Depart—No. 263, Coeur d'Alena Innal. U: 35 a. m. Arrive— No. 261, Coeur d'Atoan iMnL 4:15 p. m (Dally, except Sunday.) Butt* Local* Depart— No. 288, , 8:*S a. m. Ma M 4:30 p. m. Arrive—No. 288, 11:80 af to. (tax W* 4 10:30 p. m. MILWAUKEE. East Bound. Waal L_ Mo. 1*- « 55 a.m. | No. I X , 1l .j 18—8:17 p.m. I Mas IT—U: 8TA*R LUE PARKER'S «TAOl to Ovando, leave* Bhnpard _ p. m. dalto faxaen* BwdawL TWICB-A-DAY WANT AO» 1 QUICK UFSi'l.T* TUT