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ilTE LAND BARGAINS
I house, Schley street ...........................................*3" P" cottage, Maryland ....................................$2,500 P* "„Odern cottage, Nevada avenue.........................,..$2,550 Ij-room nc bullga | ow , Porphyry street ............................$3,200 r 00 " Idem bungalow, Harvard ...................................$1,875 ES* Uge, Pacific street ........................................$.,5.0 fc collage. South Jackson street ..................................$1,550 r I frame. Galena street ..........................................$1.800 M ° , home, Sutter street ..........................................$1.500 modern bungalow, West Diamond street . ... .................$6,100 , *' r ° 0 " 1 T „ „ NEW t-UOOM BUNGALOWS ON EASY PAYMENTS YOU CAN BUY A HOME FOR $10« CASH AND BALANCE MONTHLY. ALL PARTS OF THE CITY AT REASONABLE PRICES AND ON |W TS '• easy terms. I mVE FOR SALE A FEW FIRST-MORTGAGE LOANS ON DESIRABLE r " PROPERTY BEARING 10 PER CENT INTEREST. Butte Land and Investment Co. 19 West Granite Street. HOMES AND INVESTMENTS .-..a two-storv modern home, large lot, south exposure, Lcwisohn street. .....................................................$3,150 II room modern house and 4-room house in rear, East Woolman close to i-to street; good rental property. Price..............................$4,200 libroom modern brick, six rooms to side; good rental property, 200 block South Jackson. / . t W o-storv modern home, four rooms down and three rooms and bath «Tree blocks west. Price..........................................$4,000 J-room frames and four-room house, lot 42x100, corner of Mercury ind Idaho; good location for flats. Sj~.ni house full lot, 1408 Missouri avenue close to Continental Oil works. r~ ................................................................$650 tnoni modern cottage, lot 30x150, Atherton Place, $500 cash, balance $25 month, - per cent interest.........................................$1,750 Lroom modern bouse and 7-room house and cabin in rear, close to St. Pat lid's church will rent for $85-per month. Price.......................$4,200 I-mom two-storv modern house, large garage, nice yard and trees, Colorado grttt. Price ......................................................$4,750 tl part ment modern brick flats, three rooms each, and 8-room house; rental inrome 1160 per month. Price............ $$,500 SJ-room steam-heated block close to postoffice; rental income $300 per month. S-rrom bungalow, hard wood floors, colonade. built-in kitchen cabinet, fenced, rtrner lots, south exposure; $450 cash, Balance $25 per month. Price. .52,450 Two t-room modern brick flats; live in one side and rent the other; rents |or*2750a side; easy terms; East Second street. Price................5.*,800 kroam house and one-room cabin, lot 36x100, south exposure, Front street. Ttnns. Price ........................................................$1,400 BOLEVER & BROWN 41 West Park Street, Butte, Montana -FOR SALE koom modern, lot 35x100, West Woolman street......................$2,700 4- room modern and 3-room modern, rear; monthly rental *58; terms.. .$3,700 Four 3-room flats and store, solid brick, two flats furnished, monthly rental flit. Price .........................................................$7,050 koom frame. West Iron street ......................................$1,800 koom modern. 8-room modern, 3 cabins and barn, lot 50x200; rents for $160. Price .........................................................$12,600 5- room modern, full basement, heating plant, fireplace, etc............$4,600 koom modern, full basement, sun parlor, heating plant and fireplace, $4,000 koom brick, modern, Lexington street ..............................$4,000 koom frame, modern, corner lot 50x100 ..............................$3,700 •7-rwom modern, frame, lot 33 1-SxUfO v*qv$iuv..... t *.. .$2,700 koom brick modern. West Broadway, hot water beat.................$9,500 10-room modern lull basement and garage............................$5,250 IMSON-MACPHERSON COMPANY, 15 West Broadway SIDE NOTES Staple and fancy I delivery. Taylor G *on avenue. Phone groceries; prompt rocery, 1639 Ilarri 1031.—Adv. Te South Side band which was re l ««ly organized lias been successful niobtaining the services of Arthur Ba composer of music, as leader »id instructor. Regular practice will ; W held at the Emerson school build |.k|on W< . 1 Saturday nights I e each week. Many prominent south [ musicians are enlisted in the band [ no it gives promise of being a strong Ewical organization. I The Boy Scouts, who have recently j crganizts.1 into patrols on the south ! will meet in the People's church [ ttth Friday night at 8 o'clock instead on Monday night as heretofore. \ k A - Wilson, pastor of the I church, has prepared a spe lecture Sunday morning on the "Why Are Bad People More ^resting Than Good People?" In evening he will give a stereoptlcon ; fceture °n "Jesus and Nature.' ■ It!!»' Fre< ' r " ettp ' « of 215 East Plat 8lree t was the hostess Tuesday hn7T t0 th< T M S ' C,ub ' Five tti . re * as Played, the winner re a beautiful prize. Refresh Ur* S „ We,> 8 ^ rved l> y the hostess. ■ »- Stork of 614 West Silver »eek * 1 entertain the club next *hn^ f, t neViev< Mt *tlen of Armstead, torW ,i. een visi ting friends in Butte Hi*«ou1a lu * eek ' left >' esterda >' for hi th .' '" ere she intends to enroll State university. kreri * ' ®5° uts tbe Central Pres it the V er Rev Mr - Thomas, met ' ur f h la8t night to practice «wir P'>n entertainment which win be *° m * "ran In March. (Wed UfOKram has been pre »H, «... <he niectlnR of the South •tu* " n c,ub next Friday after ' «tins uT' " a " Among the *— V a,ur »s will Vie a demon iLÜÏM-ald work by tofcrt Jetton j ■ class Two New Five-Room BUNGALOWS In FL °RAL PARK yJ^ WB ~ $ 25 Per »»««th Move R ** ht 1» B °LEVER & BROWN 41 West Park St of Greeley school boys. The program as announced follows: Paper, "The Training of the Young Child," Mrs. Louise Andrews; recitation, Virginia Everingham; demonstration of first aid to the injured by a class of boys under the supervision of Mrs. Sam Davis; musical number, Mrs. Grace Kloeckner. The Sunday school class of Rev. L. A. Wilson of the People's church has completed arrangements for a sleigh ride on the first available evening of the coming week. A tarantula the size of a mouse was found a few clays ago by G. F. Foster of the Dependable grocery store on Harrison avenue when he unpacked a bunch of bananas. It is now on ex hibition in the store. Mrs. E. Baxter of 2314 Silver Bow street is confined to her bed from an attack of the grip. C. J. Neppor of 2145 Oregon avenue who has been in Helena during th week as a delegate from Butte to the convention of the Western Feck-ratiön of Labor and to the Carpenters' coun cil, is expected to return home today. Charles Rexroad, son of Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Rexroad of Lowell avenue, was taken to a local hospital yesterday suffering from pneumonia. A committee from the choir and the singing class of the People's church was appointed last night to arrange for a party to be given next Friday night for the singers. The Beaver Sewing club was enter tained Thursday afternoon by Mrs. Thomas Wilson of 2024 South Gaylord avenue. CREE HALFBREED WINS THE FAMOUS DOG RACE St. Paul. Feb. 8.—Albert Campbell, the Cree halfbreed of Le Paa, Man., won the 509-mile dog race from Winnipeg to St. Paul, croaaing the finishing line today at 12:44 p. m. The three other leaders followed the winner cloaely bunched. Bill Grayson coining in second at 12:49; Joe Metcalf third. 12:49:2. and Gabriel Campbell, brother of the winner, fourth, at 12*9:40 p. m. ' 'LADY FROM MONTANA.' The Post's Bureau. __ , Washington, Feb. 8.—Speaker Champ Clark has officially decided that Miss Jeanette Rank in's parliamentary designation shall be "The Lady from Montana." SO NEAR AND YET SO FAR. 'Wba* are you cooking, ma mm asked 4-year-old Margaret. "Cauliflower, dear," answered her mother. . A few minutes later Margaret saw her father approaching and, running to him, •aid. "Papa, what do you fink we re golnc to have for «upper?" "•"1 don't know; what la It? "Why, er, caterpillar!" THE POST FOR THE NEWS OLD-TIME RESIDENT S ELLS TO TH E ARMY Deed for Property is Formally Transferred—Building % to Start Soon. Michael ^ette, for 36 years a resi dent of a little home adjoining the Salvation Army hull on the east, which is now near the heart of liutte busi ness district, has formally transferred the deed to the lot, on which his home was a landmark, to the Salvation Artny corps of Butte. The additional site will be used for a bigger building for the local corps and it is expected work will start in the spring. For several years the Army has sought to enlarge its quarters in Butte because of the increasing field for its activities, The consideration which Mr. Jette re ceived for his home site was in the neighborhood of $9,000. The deal was handled by the David F. Roach agency, to PUNS IRE COMPLETED FD R BEN BAN K HOTEL Contract for Modern Three Story Block to Be Let Soon. Architect Jesse M. Warren, Daly Bank building, ha* completed the plans and specifications for the three-story and basement hotel building to be erected on the southwest corner of Galena and Arizona streets for the Ben Bank Realty company. The buHding will be of brick and tile construction and will be modern in every particular. The first floor will contain the lobby for the hotel and six stores. The upper floors will contain 76 rooms. The building when completed will represent an invest ment of $100,000. General contracts will be awarded as soon as bids are received and act ual construction work will commence about March. The excavating is about completed. It Is expected to have the building ready for occupancy about July. L. IN BUILDING PERMITS Several Changes to Be Made on Number of Homes and Apartments. Repairs and additions are the order ' the day among owners of Butte property judging from the week's list of building permits. Among the im portant changes is the addition of one more story to the building at 445 East Park street, which is being erected by 7. K. Driver. The additional story ill cost $1,000. Other permits were: Frank Leonard, 621 West Galena street, to build two-room dwelling, to cost $650. B. Kremer, 110 West Granite street (Albcrmarle block), remodeling, to cost $185. Thomas Lamp hl er, 1016 West Broad way, remodel porches, to cost $450. Albert Rochester, 319 South Wash ington street, garage, to cost $300. ington street, garage, to cost $300. T. J. BENNETTS OPENS A NEW AN NEX TODAY Today was decided upon as the opening for the annex to the T. J. Bennetts store on Harrison avenue in South Butte. The annex cost approx imately $25,000 and includes a modem refrigerating plant and a meat iparket. PENNINGTON HOME IS . SOLD T O A. M. MURPHY The W. A. Pennington home, 621 West Diamond street, has been sold by the Smith Realty Co., successors to the Smith and Shewe company, to Anna M. Murphy. The consideration was »2,600. The home Is modern and has four rooms. BUILDERS AND BUYERS. L. F. Broun has sold, through the Butte Jjand fcnd Investment company, a cottage In the Bellevue addition to . L. DeMers. Spiro Rapalovlch has sold to J. K. Andreson the cottage at 2060 Johns street. Mr. Anderson will make his home there. Joseph H. Bliss has bought from the Butte Land and Investment com pany a five-room dwelling located on Delaware avenue. The same agency reports the sale of several lots in the Bellevue, CJallatln and Daly additions. Local realty operators report, that while the weather Is too cold to show property to prospective buyers, en qulries for home building sites and for small homes are numerous. A number of enquiries have also been received from outside the city as well as from residents for Inside property for In vestments. B. D. Williams has bought the four room house at 3410 Harrison avenue from the Tidewat er agency. NO NOVELTY. Teacher—Why were you not at school yesterday? ... Tommy—It was my birthday. Teacher—But I don't sty home from school on my blrthdy. Tommy—Well. I guess youve got used to '« m - . SECOND-HAND GOODS HIGHEST PRICES p«M for ea»toff cloth Ing, hats, blonkate, tool*. TaL 1WÎ-W. WANTS ONE CENT A WORD WANTED WANTED—Salesman nn<l branch man agers. Must be married men and able to furnish bond?" Excellent opening for right men. Apply Jewel Tea Co., 1146 S. Arizona. WANTED—By two gentlemen, room good board; Irrespective of price; ... home-like place; South But.e or flat pre- j ferred. Address G. B., care Post. i _ — ___1 WANTED TO BUY two, three or four room house. Olson's Employment Office, 109 S. Dakota street. Phone 109-R. PARTNER WANTED with $.'»00; opening new store;, good salary; steady ad vancement. Box 1300, Butte, Mont. WANTED—To buy on. harness and wagon. 266 E. Park. EXPERIENCED NljRSE desires posi tion: will help with housework. Phone 3714-W. EXPERIENCED dressmaker tailors do altering by day. Phone 4141-J. HELP WANTED—MALE BRAKEMAN, FIREMAN, $90 to $200 monthly; positions now open for inex perienced men; no strike; send stamp for application blank. Write Superintend ent, Railway, Box Y 606, Fresno, Cal. WANTED—Feb. 10t railway mall clerk examinations In Butte. Commence $75 month. Sample questions free. Franklin Institute, Dept. 231B, Rochester, N. Y. BUSINESS CHANCES. GROCERY and confectionery Btofe, right close In; doing big business; nice large place; fine stock; everything clear; to be sold at a sacrifice; price only $1,400. Steele & Anderson, 111 E. Broadway. SALESMEN WANTED SALESMEN—Excellent permanent posi tion open Feb. 15; capable salesman In Montana; staple line for general retail trade; liberal commission; $35 weekly advance. Ralph H. Ide, 45-5 Williams bldg., Detroit. AGENTS WANTED WOULD $150 MONTHLY as general agent for $150,000 corporation and Ford auto of your own, introducing stock and poultry remedies, dips, disin fectants and sanitary products, interest you? Then address Royoleum Co-oper ative Mfg. Co., Dept. J 86, Monticello, Ind. PORTRAIT MAN working independent, write for catalogue; 24-hour service. Roberts Wholesale Portraits, Kansas City. "WAR! WAR!!" See the world at war; 300 photo picture view r s with readings, not two alike, in four colors; they are secretly taken frofn real life at different parts of the battle fields In Europe; agents wanted. Send 35c per express money order or send 25c in silver and 10c in »tamps. Lewis Jen nings. P. O. Box 582, Kent, Wash. _ OIL STOCKS FOR QUICK SALE taken advantage « dress Box P-26, can oil stock must be ! immediately. Ad Post. DANCING SCHOOL POPULAR DANCES taught in 6 lessons. Lady and gentlemen teachers. Open all day and evening. T.essona any time. Wal lace School of Dancing. Pallas hall, Park and Dakota. MONEY TO LOAN MONEY loaned on Butte real estate. Fire Insurance In strongest American com panies. A. T. Morgan, Daly Bank Bldg. MONEY TO LOAN at reasonable rates; prompt service: Courteous treatment. E. 8. Shields, 125 W. Broadway. Real Eatate. Loans, Insurance. Rental«. MONEY TO LOAN on furniture, time check« rad other securities. Northern Loan & Realty Co., 216 Daly Bank Bldg. H. HEILBRONNER A COMPANY, real estate. Insurance, loans, have moved their offices to 202 N. Main street. Phone 1129. REAL ESTATE waits. Sarles . Block. MONEY TO LOAN on real estate other good security. Bteele & Ander on. 111 E. Broadway. REAL ESTATE, money to loan, rents. Lawlor & Rowe. 120 W. Granite. REAL ESTATE LOANS; low Interest rat««. Wilson A S mith Co.. Owaley Blk. FINANCIAL MONEY Isarge profit In new vend ing machine enterprise, money - maker. Uni* Mercantile Go., 1 Wall i New York City. FARMS WANTED farm for Kile; "end description and price. Northwestern Business agency, Minneap olis, M inn. BEAUTY PARLORS BUTTK^MANItn^WNO PARLORs' ~202 Pennsylvania block. Phone 1746. Open evenings. Sunday» by appointment Mrs. Bate», prop LUMBER _ LUMBER and SHINGLES, lath, win dows, door», moulding» and buildlnr material of all kind». Fir finish and floor. Ing». New »tock; good material; reason able price». V. W. Hughes Lumbar Co. 116 Maryland Ave. Phon e 7*2._ CARPENTER work HkpaYrs, jobbing Ariaon«. alterations. Lao 8. Ross, genormt coniraci Phones 114 and 1408. CARPENTER WORK dona by day or Job. Phone Û648-W. FOR SALE—REAL ESTATE PARTY *LEAV1N(J TOWN will .sacrifice new 5-room bungalow, lawn, trees, fenced. 1lots, extra well built. Furni ture if desired. Buyer can assume $1,000 loan. The best snap in Butte. South side, between two car lines. For further in formation telephone 3171-J. j SALE—Two rooms and kitchenette, i on car line. Clothes press, electric lights, good cellar, cement walls. iLot 45x100. Improvements paid. Terms given. Butte lgoml and Investment Co., 19 4FV'est Granite street. FOR SALE—$200 cash and $35 per month buys a 5-room modern brick within five blocks of Main and Granite. This modern home is ready for occupancy. An ab stract title. The price is $2,400. Butte Land and Investment Co., 19 W. Granite street. FIVE-ROOM MOEDN brick cottage, near postoffice; abstract title to lot; terms exceptionally easy; home in fine condi tlon; you can n.ove in today. Butte Land and Investment Co., 19 W. Gran ite st. WE OFFER at Co-Operative prices and terms real estate in all parts of city; value at prices quoted our guarantee. Tel. 1052. Co-Operative Realty Co., 53 E. Broadway. FOUR-ROOM COTTAGE, large lot. G5x 109, on corner; may be purchased $60 down and $35 per month; price $1,500. Butte iAnd and Investment Co., 19 W. Granite st. VERY SAIaEAULE and desirable, 2 apartment <3 rooms each) frame, south front, near car line; small cash payment, balance same as rent. 837 Zarelda Bt. Wilson A Smith Co., 23-24 Owsley block. S. MAIN ST. LOT. 700 block. 30x100, for $1,350; all taxes and improvements paid; this Is the best close-in buy In Butte. For sale exclusively by Tide water Investment Co., 124 W. Granite st. Phone 1444. 22-ROOM BRICK, close to Wyoming and Granite it., In good repair; price $9,000; terms. Steele & Anderson, 111 E. Broadway. TWO 4-ROOM FLATS, modern, brick veneer; close in; lot 36x100; rented for $55; price $4,450. Steele & Anderson, 111 E. Broadway. FIVE-ROOM modern bungalow close in southwest, at a bargain. Terms. Nesler Realty Co., 510 Phoenix Bldg. Phone 3471-W. FOR SALE—Frame houses at 207% E. Broadway to be moved off ground; in two, three, four or six rooms. FOR SALE—By owner, new bungalow, adjoining improvement district; 2031 Wall st.; strictly modern. Phone 5197-W $200 WILL HANDLE a four-room bunga low built for a home, near car line "and school. Inquire Owner, 3471 -W. school. Inquire Owner, 3471 -W. SALE_ROOMING HOUSES > 6 MODERN ROOMS; one of the bee houses in Butte; everything good; ele ator service, etc.; rent $6 per room; si: ears' lease; some private baths. Fo price anil further particulars see Steele A Anderson, 111 E. Broadway. 22 ROOMS on N. Main st., clearing $200 per month; a nice place; cheap rent; lease; hot water heating plant; price, for short time only, $2,850; some terms. Steele A Anderson, 111 E. Broadway. FURNITURE FOR SALK FURNITURE 4-room flat, well located on west side, close in; must be su'd at once; the flat rents at $30 month; $150 cash will handle «leal, can arrange .o show furniture this evening. Apply to owner, 526 VV. Mercury, l'hone 2661 Av. FOR SALE—Six rooms of furniture in eluding dining room; 70 to 100 boarders; center of city; net $250 per month. Snap. Four years lease. Roberts & Smith, 115 N. Main street. FOUR-ROOM FlaAT, west side, and fur niture for sale; rent $32; furniture $300, $75 cash, balance $25 a month. Phone 3750-W. FIVE-ROOM flat of furniture for sale. Flat for rent. Phone 4603-W. 630 W. Galena. FOR SALE—AUTOMOBILES ONE 1913 light six Stevens-Dureay; tills Is a fine car; better buy thar. a cheay new car; can be bought cheap. ONE light six Apper-ion; this car has run 4,500 miles: ail new tires; car In A1 shape; new battery; a great snap. ONE seven-passenger Apperson; run last summer and in good condition. ONE Mitchell truck; four cylinders; in good shape; cheap; just the car for light work. ONE Franklin light six; starter and lights; If taken can be had cheap. ONE 1912 Franklin six in good shape; cheap. HERBERT S. RILEY, INC. Phone 238. 22 E. Quartz FOR SALE FŸ)R SALE at half price all the wall cases of the Henry Pharmacy; on sale at Shiner-Kelley's, 75 B. Park St. FOR SALE—New plano«. »169 and up, eaay term». C. WinfleJd Harris ft Co., Steamboat Bit., corner Maryland and Main. Phone 246. FOR SALE—Good young horses. 618 Illi nois, Butte, Mont. FOR SALEi—No. 1-A folding Eastman kodak special, cheap. 919 Utah ave. MUSIC WILL FURNISH STUDENTS per com mission to violin and to piano instruct ors; lessons at 76 cents per. Of course providing they will furnish pupils with Instruments and give lessons at pupil's home aa well as teach at their own studio. Address Box 16, care of Post. BATH AND MASSAGE IDEAL MASSAGE PARLOR, electrical treatments, vapor baths, etc. See us for results. Phone f466rW. 67 Owsley block. ETHEL CAMPBELL miwuM, baxh. massage parlor. 128 W. Broadway, room A. Ladies, gentlemen. Phone 6179-M HAT TRIMMING HATS renovated like new. Smart hot® made to order. 63 Weet Pork street, •»«om 4, upstairs. FOR RENT RENT and save at same time —R emington Visible, $3.00 for one month; $7.50 for three months. Others at lower rates. Rental payment applies on purchase. Remington Typewriter Com pany, 105 W. Broadway, Butte, Montana. Telephone 1719. FOR r JNT—Nice new furnished rooms. Steam heat, hot water in all room«. 736 8. Montana. FOR RENT—Four-room modern bunga low to parties buying range and heat er; both in excellent condition, l'lione 2471. FOR RENT—Two newly furnished house keeping rooms on the flat. Mock and half south of Bennetts' store. 1948 Gar rison. FOR RENT—Three-room flat, oak and mahogany furniture for sale. 1025 East Front, near car barn and railroad depot. ROOMS AND APARTMENTS—Steam heated; modern; New Kayn hotel, 16 W. Galena st. FOR RENT—Two furnished housekeeping rooms, modern. Gas range. 9 South SPLENDID FRONT ROOM with sleeping porch and private bath; private family; suitable for 2 or 3. 701 W. Broadway. FOR RENT—Nicely furnished front : suitable for three men, modern, water heat. 645 W. Quartz. LARGE BASEMENT—Good location, lthin block of Main street. Fire proof. 2 In THE ORIGINAL rooming house, 1$ West Woolman street. Opened under new management. Marie E. Anderson. FOR RENT—Nice large furnished front room, modern, suitable for two ladies. 211 W. Quartz. I NE OFFICES second floor fire proof building. Good light and well heated, hone 822. FIVE-ROOM FLAT for rent and furni ture for sale. Apply 600 S. Montana st. PERSONAL. MARRY IF LONELY; for results, tr: i; best and most successful; hun dreds rich wish marriage soon; strictly confidential; most reliable; years of perience; descriptions free. "The Sue essful Club," Mrs. I'urdie, Box 656, Oak land, Cal. MARRY AT ONCE—We put you in spondence with several thous charming and refined ladies who wisli to marry; many worth from $1,006 to $25, nd upwards, particulars free. Ad Allen Ward (II 711), Valley, Neb. MARRY for success and happiness; many thousand members, both sexes, wishing arly marriage; hundreds wealthy; confi ent lal description free; established ears. The Reliable Club, Mrs. Wrubel, 32 Madison, Oakland, Cal. •ARE YOU ANSWER THIS—Lonely farmer, worth $90.000. will marry. "H," 7 Fourth st., San Francisco. more, lonely, BILLIARDS AND BOWLING FOR SALE—Billiard table, new. earom ind pocket, with complete outfit, $150; •ond-hand tables at reduced prices; A'ling alley supplies; e:fky payments; ar store fixtures a specialty; send for alogue. The Brunswick-Balke-Collen * Co., Broadway and Arizona street, Butte, Mont. DRESSMAKING I.ATE STYLES—First-class work, prices reasonable; fancy hemstitching a spe ialty. Miss McMonegal, 204 Goldberg blk. CLEANING AND DYEING BUTTE French dyeing and cleanln first-class work guaranteed. 25 Ea Quartz. Phone 107._ BRICKWORK CONTRACTORS BIUCKWOUK, concrete foundation», chimney», mantel», jobbing. John Tandy. Phone 2670-J. 302 S. Main. MISCELLANEOUS J. B. ANDERSON, Chiropodist, rooms 94 and 95, fourth floor Owsley build ing. ' Phone 1978. ELECTRICAL TREATMENT DRUG LESS and electric treatments. vapor baths, massage. Mrs. French. Dr. M. T.. Silver Bow Blk. Phone 2593. NOTICE" OF- SPECIAL STOCKHOLD ERS' MEETING OF KEATING GOLD MINING COMPANY. Notice is hereby given to the stock holders of the Keating Gold Mining com pany. a corporation, that a special meet ing of the stockholders of the said Keat ing Gold Mining company will be held at the office of the company, at its mine, near Radersbufg, Broadwater county, Montana, at twelve o'clock noon, Tuesday, the 20th day of February, 1917, for the purpose of taking such steps as may be determined upon to pay the out standing bonds of the company, and to secure funds for the building of a mill, and for the^further development of the mine of the Company. A. T. BANNING, JR.. President. ARTHUR P. BARNES. Secretary. The deferred annual meeting of stock holders of the Butte Association Credit lien will be held Thursday even ing, February II, 1917, at 9 o'clock, at the offices of the association, third floor. In dependent Telephone Building, 126 West Granite etreet, Butte, Montana, to elect officers for the ensuing year and trans act such other business as may come be fore said meeting. R. A. KUNKKL Secretary. Electric Thawing If Your Water Pipes Free«« Phone 390 No Water—No Pay Plumbing and Heating Special Attention to Repairs SATISFACTION GUARANTEED T. l. McDonald 111S. Main St. Headquarters for Ready-Cut Houses TELEPHONE NO. 20 'service' 30 West FIRST <s <fs 3 gga£ w Rope ladder furnished free; It an elopement there's to be. Leave the taxi and BAGGAGE ( ?) to ME. ROOFING Gravsl roofing, also Gensaco and Mslthoid Built-up roofs, P. A B. roof paints. J. C. BYERS, successor to Hanlon A Byors. Offico 17 yoars 1 Wost Broadway. Phono 971. PLÜMBINO $1.00 Per Hour Independent Plumbers, 222^ S. Arizona. Jobbing a Specialty. Phone 2554. We have an abundance of money to loan on real eatate, In large and small amounts. No dolay. Batte Land and Investment Co, 19 West Granite St. SUMMONS. In the District Court of the Second Judi cial District of the State of Montana, in and for County of Silver Bow. John A. MacKinnon, Plaintiff, versus Verona Trevillion, Sarah Trevilllon, Margaiet Etwood and W. F. Hays, Defendants. The state of Montana sends greeting to the above named defendants: You are hereby summoned to answer the complaint in tins action, which Is filed In the office of tlie clerk of this court, a copy of which is herewith served upon you, and to file your answer and serve a copy thereof upon the plaintiff's attorney within 20 days after the service of this summons, exclusive of the day of service; and in case of your failure to appear or answer, judgment will be taken against you by default, for the relief de manded in the complaint. This action is brought to foreclose a mortgage on the following described property, to-wit: Beginning at the south west corner of the lot herein described, from which corner No. 2 of survey No. 5311, the Wedgwood iode, bears south 87 degrees 47 minutes west 45.7 feet; thence running north 2 degrees 52 min utes west 70.5 feet; thence north 87 de grees 08 minutes east 29.2 feet; thence south 0 degrees 12 minutes west 70.9 feet; thence south 87 degrees 47 minutes west 25.4 feet to the place of beginning. The complaint, alleging that the defendants, Sarah Trevillion and Verona Trevillion, executed and delivered their written promissory note to and in favor of the plaintiff on the 9th day of May, 1912, at Butte, Mont., for $500, with interest at 1 per cent per month from date until paid, due on or before two years from date, and to secure the payment thereof the defendant, Verona Trevillion, exe cuted and delivered lier certain mortgago to the plaintiff on the above described real estate, which mortgage was there upon recorded in the office cf the clerk and recorder of Silver Bow county, Mon tana, in book 30 of Mortgages, at pago 276, ami that no part of the principal has been paid, and the Interest thereon has been paid to Jan. 9, 1917. That $150 is a rearfbnable attorney's fee to be al lowed plaintiff in tills action. That tho defendants. Sarah Trevillion, Margaret Elwood and W. F. Hays« claim some in terest in the mortgaged premises, but laid interests are subsequent to plain tiff's mortgage, and asks that the urftStvl decree be signed for the sale of the mort gaged premises and the pi r coeds be ap plied toward paying the Jwlsrv.r m asked for against the defemlants, Sarah and Verona Trevillion, to-wit: $500; interest at 1 per cent per month from Jan. 9, 1917, and $10 cost of abstract, and costs, including $160 attorney's fees, and lor a deficiency judgment against said Sarah and Verona Trevillion, and that the in terests of the defendants, Sarah Trevil llon, Margaret Elwood and W. F. Hay® be decreed to be subsequent to and sub ject to plaintiff's mortgage, and for gen eral relief. Witness my hand and the seal of said court this 19th day of January, A. D. 1917. OTIS LEE. Clerk. By J. P. HARRINGTON, Deputy Clerk. LEWIS A SMITH. Attorney for Plaintiff, Butte. Mont. NOTICE OF TIME APPOINTED FOR PROVING WILL, ETC. In the IHstrict Court of the Second Ju dicial District of the Slate of Mortsna, County of Silver Bow. In the Matter of tne Estate of Patrick A. Allen, Deceased: Pursuant to an order of said District Court, made on the 3rd day of February, 1917, notice is hereby given that Satur day, the 17th day of February, 1917, at 10 o'clock a. m. of said day, at the court room of said court, at the City ef Butte in the said County of Silver Bow, has been appointed as the time and place for proving the will of said Patrick A. Allen, deceased, and for hearing the application of Annie L. Allen for the issuance to her of letters testamentary, when and where any person interested may appear and contest the same. Dated February 3rd, 1917. OTIS LEE, Clerk. By R. E. McGRATH, Deputy Clerk. LEWIS A. SMITH. Attorney for Pet itioner. mB INSURANCE THE 8TIWNGKST companla. at Booth. Phono 103. PAINTING * PAPERHANGIKG PAPER "cLEAN INO—Cl.*« ; Ml?. Phano 1SS7-W.