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HE WESTERN MEAT
COMPANY
|Big Reduction in Meats and
Provisions Saturday
I BOILING BEEF ...................11 he PER POUND
[l*OT ROAST BEEF.................14 ^ PER POUND
•PRIME RIB ROAST BEEF.......... 17Vié PER POUND
■RIB STEAK ................... 17Vié EER POUND
HAMBURGER STEAK ............. 17hé PER POUND
Bound steak...................22 per pound
KIRLOIN STEAK..................22 C PER POUND
I PORTERHOUSE STEAK ........25 é PER POUND
t-bone steak ................ .25 c per pound
VEAL ROAST.....................20 C PER POUND
■PRIME LEGS LAMB ....... ......25 à PER POUND
■ PURE LARD......................22 hé PER POUND
I We sell prime young steer beef only—fresh, healthy, sanitary.
BE THRIFTY AND SAVE A DOLLAR
Gel the habit of buying your meat at the Western Meat Co.
121 East Park St.—Where Everybody Buys
Bit PRESSURE
|es Decline From One to
Four Points During To
day's Liquidation.
Y-trl VHP. 10.—The same factors
!(.,*••• operated against oon
e oj. : .itioMs were again in ovl
to*i important stocks making
e d'-clines of 1 to 4 points <»n
pressure. Sales approximated
land
9 shares.
Tpinps, tol.ii< cos and various spe
the war groups ware
irnnu features sit the outset of to
trndlnr. musing further short cov
nils. fertilizers and sugars trailed
more moderately, but automobile
I were «siin under restraint, notably
al Motors and Maxwell Steels, eop
ivere irregular, Bethlehem
new slock reacting a point and
eel soon forfeiting its
a briet period the list Ignored the
ness of rbe motor issues, many war
illi> - a shippings increasing early
. while steels almost developed later
in*.«.'- Reversal speedily ensued,
• . op ft offerings of the lead
I 'ulted Sta'es Sled reacted a polnf
II lied industrials 1 to 2 points. Halls
fell hack, St. Paul forfeiting l»*
L win. y tobaccos iind oils indicateü
itiu for profit. liberty bonds sola
1 narrow range of 99.56 to 99.60.
a vine.-.- in investment rails, partlc
( 'aradian Pacific, and Delaware &
on. at extreme recessions of 2 to
uts, fe.i'Mivd the otlierwise dull mid
■i T"i cos made further gains,
i industrials were Irregular.
ls ;, "d equipments led tlie list to
level- in ?i»t* broader selling of the
hour. Tin closing was Irregular,
ty bonds • • 56 to 99 60
OMAHA LIVESTOCK.
bulia, Aug 10.--Hogs—Receipts, 4,200
I t . I .-nts hliktr. Heavy,
jî. '«.IB; mnert, $15.75016.00; light,
mi*.., ftigg, $12.7r>©14.7&; hulk of
III 00.
|ttlp-R(.r.|p ts> non head ; market
* 1 I e-r Native Htevra, $'.M5©
s i.'l lielfere, $6.5003.00; west
h, $:-. 12.50; Texas ateora,
.,',d heifers, J6.O0'*/ s . 00 ;
j! ' no. ati.rkers and feed
• ■, 18.080 13.00; bulls,
1. etc.. y S.50,
R,, i, .j.ts, 4,000 head; market
higher. Yearlings, J9.7r.St
. wethers. $9.50010.25; ewes, «8.000
ta "tlw. Jl 1.50015.25.
CHICAGO LIVESTOCK.
; A * 10—Hogs—Receipts, 11,
.«I. market strong, mostly 25 cents
't-MH'iay 1 - average. Bulk or sales,
''Sin. $15.40016.90; mixed.
' avy, $15.400 17.00. a new
»ll;-hl"'', 1; ruu * h - »1S-4O0 15.55;
id*. 2.000 head; market
Name Peer cattle. $7.90014.35;
l (r . J 17.04012.25; stockers and
!.. ' 75 cows and heifers,
l" a ' $».75 013.50.
t, ' l' 1 **. '.''On head; market
t;. ■ ( , (|| ' "'Ors-. $7.600 10.90; lambs,
PORTLAND LIVESTOCK.
y iJK —Cattle—Receipts,
Loket weak to 25 cents lower.
17 $ h - 00 &8.75; good beef
oni'i. ° beHt beef cows, $6.00©
I heifer. r t t ..°. *°° d cow "- $4-00(0 6.00;
». ,4 ";,iV- h,,lls - *8 500 8.50;
89.00. stockera and feeders,
»tig JV ' ' ll,s * -3* head: market
Bti.lt,: - ' • ll11 ' higher Prime light,
•«l^lKT* hMVJ ' »>5.60015.75;
06v l, | o , 2l ei, '>8. 411 head: market
I» vaiu"", C Western lambs, $12.00
► $Ul2,ïr 1 ^ »11-0001 1.50; year
K «.50*7 w 5, W *' hers - »8 0008.60;
money market.
t per ,° r J; Aup - 10.—Mercantile paper.
ty bln,'' h'lls. 472: commercial
"'O»' hill!! 471 » 4: commer
». 476 7-1, 4,l, * : demand, 475 9-16;
!7 »V4; cables, 57714.
•-ik.il, "',""; 1, «: «blés. 421*.
okle.Xr" 1 ' 713 . cables. 742.
' r *UverÜÎ2V d c 20V cablcs - 207 -*
'*^2" Oollars—6414c.
•ilroaü" >'""<ls—Market strong.
'ne \win*--!u ! "" rl<et Irregular,
her firmer; 60 days. 34.
■"nth,. tsait* 1 '' 4 '4®41* per cent;
»II P«r cent.
Hut; lo»1 Mnrk *' flrm High. 814
®»»t; last ,,.L' Rr " nt: rulln * f»te, 314
1 1 Per , fm l P er «nt; cloeing
, J*"i- offered, 314 per cent.
Crib * «or ,h. Butte Daily Post.
I
I
U DECLINES
Corn and Wheat Prices Tend
to Much Lower Levels in
Today's Operations.
Chicago, Aug. 10.—Corn prices rallied
today after an early decline. Absence of
any aggressive selling pressure was
chiefly responsible for the upturn. Open
ing quotations, which ranged from %
cent off to % cent advance, with De
cember at $1.16*4 R» $1.16% and May at
$1.13% to $1.13%, were followed bv a
rise all around tu weil above yesterday's
finish.
In later dealings, prices underwent- a
decided setback as a result of enlarged
rural offerings and because of the with
drawal of distillers as buyers. The close
was nervous at losses of 1% to 1% cent#
net, with December at 11.15% to $1.15%
and May at $1.12% to $1.12%.
Chances of an increased movement q?
the winter crop tended to weaken wheat.
After opening 1 to 2 cents lower, with
September at $2.20 to $2.2% the market
fell to $2.17.
Subsequently the market was further
depressed by attention being directed to
the fact that the minimum price of $2.00
in thé food control bill does not go into
effect until July 1, 1918. After touching
$2.15 the market closed unsettled at $2.1s
for September, a net decline of 4 cents.
Oats were governed in the main by the
action of corn. A sharp advance in the
hog market lifted provisions. Realizing
71 ©72c.
Rye—No. 2. $1.90.
Barley—$1.30© 1.50.
Timothy—$4.00© 7.50.
Clover— $12.00© 17.00.
developed, hovvev
er, and a
reaction soon
took place.
The quotations
Open.
High.
Low#
Close.
Wheat—
Sept.....$2.20
$2.21
$2.15
$2.18
Dec......1.16%
1.17%
1.15%
1.15%
May ..... 1.13%
1.14%
1.12%
1.12%
Oat 8—
Sept......59%
.59%
.r,s>4
.58%'
Dec.......58%
• 58%
■ 58H
.58%
Pork—
Sept.....13.00
43.00
42.SO
42.90
Li rd—
Sept.....22.62
22.65
22.55
22.57
Oct......22.75
22.77
22.65
22.70
Ribs—
Sept.....23.32
: 8 32
23.12
23.20
Oct......22.95
23.02
22.82
22.90
Wheat—No. 2 t
CASH,
ed. $2.4U<9
2.42: No
3 red,
$2.32% ©2.37 % ;
'o. 2 hard, $2.60;
No. 3
hard. $2.55.
Corn—No. 2 y
•llovv, $2.1
7G2.22;
Nos. 3
and 4 yellow, no
Oats—No. 3 w
uiiiai
bite, TOfe
71c; bu
inlaid.
MINNEAPOLIS WHEAT.
Minneapolis, Aug. 10.—Wheat—Septem
ber, $2.16.
Barley—$ 1.20© 1.50.
CASH.
Wheat—No. 1 northern. $3_,00(ft 3.05; No.
2 northern. $3.00©3.05; No. 2 hard Mon
tana. $2.Muii 2.90.
Flax—$8.40© 3.47.
STEEL COMPANY ORDERS.
New York, Aug. 10.—The unfilled orders
of the United States Steel c4>rporation on
( July 31 were 10.H44.164 tons, according to
the monthly report Issue«l to«lav. This
is n decrease of 539,125 tuns from the
orders on June 30.
BUTTER AND EGGS.
Chicago. Aug. 10.—Butter—Market un
changed.
Eggs—Receipts, 19.192 cases; market
unchanged.
neu« ynRK stows
New York. Aug. 10. 1-iillowing
Jay's dosing cinotutions on tlie
exchange;
Alaska Gold ....................
American licet Sugar ...........
American Can ...............
American Car and Foundry .....
American l.ocomotive ..........
American Smelling and Refining.
American Sugar Refining .......
American Tel. and Tel...,.......
American Zinc, l.cad and S......
Anaconda Copper ..............
I Atchison ............•••;;......
All. Gulf and W. I S. S. Lines...
Baldwin Locomotive ............
Baltimore and Ohio ............
Bethlehem Sled "B" .......
Butte and Superior Copper ibid).
(California Petroleum (bid) .....
(Canadian Pacific ...............
tCentral Leather ................
Chesapeake and Ohio ...........
Chi, Mil. and St. Paul...........
Chi, B- L and Par. Hy. Ctfs.....
(,hii)o Copper ..................
Colorado Fuel and Iron .,»•»••••
Ctirn Products .................
Crucible Steel ..................
Cuba Cane Sugar ......:........
Erie ............................
. 94 Vs
. 47
. 7(1 Vi
. 70V4
,100'x
. 1*22
,119*.
. 23V4
. 75V4
99V4
.107
. 70S
69 Vs
. 116 VI
37 V4
. 19
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. 93 Vs
B0V4
. 66 V4
. 32
. 54 V4
. 48 Vs
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81V4
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I
WANTS ONE CENT A WORD
WANTED
YOU SHOULD he earning more money;
let uh help you; be successful; telegra
phers receive $100.$250 monthly, positions
guaranteed; qualify four months; largest
school; If you think you're ambitious. In
vestigation will prote It. Butte College
telegraphy, Lewlsohn Blk. Phone 3S0-J.
REFINED YOUNG LADY attending
school desires to work In private fam
L'y * n *'l ,ar e time for board and room.
Phone 380-J.
WANTED—We pay the liiglicst price for
men's discarded » lothing. Phone 5753-W
nnd wo will call.
GET GOVERNMENT WAR JOBS. $100
month. Bist free. Franklin Institute,
Dept. 2290, Rochester, N. Y.
WANTED EVERY MAN in Butte to
"ear one of our $1 shirts. Big 4,
<3 W. Park.
WANTED— Pian«» pupils. lessons 50c.
313 S. Idaho. Phone 4879-J.
HELP WANTED—MALE
F YOU ARE KM'pLÜŸ'ÊD in Butte your
credit is good with us. Stock up your
card robe. No interest charged on ac
•ounts. Big 4 Tailoring Co.. 73 W. Park.
WANTED PARTNER with
tal. capable of doing aolicitin
B( l X i.ir. Po 1
mall capi
K. Address
SALESMAN FOR MONTA?
JA — New
proposition. Sec Mr Dolph,
Talt hotel.
WANTED, A PAINTER— F
>r Interior
work. Box L. 1).
WANTED. A HARBER. At <:> Main nt„
Meaderville.
FOR SALE
A GOOD, SLIGHTLY USED PIANO is
better than a cheap new one; some of
liese are sold f« »r people in urgent need
of money:
One Kimball, slightly used ...........$150
One Gramer, slightly used ...........$125
One Bush & Gerts, slightly used.....$225
One Haines Bros., slightly used......$100
These pianos are all in good condition
and guaranteed by us. Montana Piano
Co., 210 N. Main st., Butte.
FOR SALK Ford touring car ! «-pas
senger; in first-» lass condition Cop
per State Repair Shop, G03 E. Platinum.
Phone 4605-J.
CieiH-ral Electric (bid) .......
General Motors .............
.Great Northern preferred ----
Great Northern Ore C.tfs.....
(Illinois Central (bid) ........
Inspiration Copper ..........
Inter. Mere. Mar. preferred ..
Kansas City Southern .......
Kennecott Copper ...........
Louisville and Nashville .....^
Mexican Petroleum ......... .
Miami Copper ...............
Missouri Purifie .............
New York Central ...........
N. Y, N. H. and Hartford. ..
Northern Pacific ............
Ohio Gas ...................
Pennsylvania ...............
Ray Consolidated Cupper ----
Heading ..........••••;......
Republic Iron and Steel......
Southern Pacific ............
Southern Railway ...........
Studebaker Company ........
Texas Company .............
Union Pacific ...............
I). S. industrial Alcohol......
United Stoles Steel ..........
do preferred (bid) ........
Utah Copper ................
Wabash preferred "11 .......
Western Union ..............
(Westinghouse Electric .......
ONE BAY TEAM; well broke, weight
about 2,400 pounds. Inquire Brown
field-Canty Co.
FOR SALE—Driving horse, buggy and
harness complete. Purchasing Dept.,
Black Rock mine. Phone 1428.
TEAMS FOR SALE-6 teams, 6 sets
harness, 10 wagons, 6 coal beds. 117
E. Second st.
FOR SALE—One team of gray horses,
harness, wagon and buggy. J. Narby,
2718 S. Montana.
GOOD SORREL HORSE; six years old,
fine condition. New Method Laundry
office.
FORD CHASSIS FOR SALE. New Meth
od Laundry office.
FOR RALE—Two heavy draft teams,
young horsea. Hansen Packing Co.,
Butte.
FOR SALE—Will trade 5-passenger Reo
for lot or house. Call at 728 Madison.
FOR RALE—Small confectionery and
grocery store. Phone 2130.
HORSE, HARNESS AND BUGGY. Call
after C p. in. 620 Illinois. Phone 5292-W.
FORD CAR; one year old; good condi
tion: $250. South Side Garage.
FOR SALE—Plano, heater, stove, baby
bed. Phone 1081-M.
FOR SALE—Gasoline 30c a gallon. Silver
BOW Mou .r i'ar Co . Bark and Idaho.
FURNITURE FOR SALE
FURNITURE for three-room house for
sale cheap. Call 335 E. Mercury.
THREE ROOMS of nice furniture for
sale cheap. Rear 415 Co lorado. __
PAPER CLEANING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate of Fred Erickson, Deceased.
Notice Is hereby given by the under
signed, administrator of the estate of
Fred Erickson, deceased, to the creditors
of and all persons having claims against
Uk said deceased, to exhibit them, with
the necessary vouchers, within four
months after the first publication of this
notice, to the said administrator at 419
Hennessv building. Butte. Mont., the same
being the place for the transaction of
the business of said estate, in the county
of Silver 13ow, state of Montana.
T. J. HARRINGTON.
Administrator of the Estate of Fred
Erickson, Dereased.
Dated Butte, Mont., this 10th day of
August, 1917. _;_
...154
....108
...104%
.... 34
....101
.... 65
.... 91 %
.... 21%
.... 42%
.... 63%
____125%
.... 95%
.... 37%
.... 33%
... Hfi-S*
. ... 35%
. ...101%
.... 56
.... 52%
.... 26%
____ 93%
. ... 89%
.. 94%
.... 28%
.. .12#%
...J62%
,...123%
____117%
...104%
.... 26%
.... 94
.... 48%
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
MONTANA ST.; ole
veneer; can rout in i
f bought for $2,9<»0, «
E. Broadway.
Steele & Anderson. Ill
THIRTEEN-ROOM FRAME; on west
side; three sets plumbing; rooms open
to hall; nicely furnished price for all,
111 E. Broad
$6.300. Steele & And.
•ay.
WEST PARK, five ruoti
water heat, garage, m
$3,800; $1,000 cash, balai
Apply 458 Phoenix.
FOR SADE —Fourteen-room
rhent house on business co
of Utah and First st. ; will
than cost. Inquire 825 K. Fi
FOR SALE—Five-room bungalow; two
corner lots; three rooms finished to
live in. 2225 Princeton ave. Oat No. 3.
Take a look at a bargain.
FOR SALE--Three-room house and lot;
modern, just finished.- 1929 Lincoln,
Duly add.
FOR RENT
KENT AND SAVE AT SAME TIME—
Remington Visible, $3.00 tor one month.
Î7.G0 for three months. Others at lower
rates. Rental payment applies on pur
chase. Remington Typewriter Company.
105 W. Broadway. Butte. Montana Tel.
ephone 1718.
ALBEMARLE HOTEL. 110 W. Granite.
remodeled and newly furnished, largo
outside, single and double with hot and
cold water. Convenient for travelers.
Moderate price rooms by the day, week
or month.
FOR RENT— Two furnished liouseke
ing rooms; strictly modern; no chil
dren; steam heat, bath, telephone; r
$30. 728 Nevada.
NEW GARAGE, with ■
1245 Farrell fL \ppl>
demon, 111 E. Brnadw -v.
NICE NEW furnished outside rooms, hot
and cold water, $5 per week up. 736 S.
Montana. Phone 1595.
FOR RENT—Suite
and one large 1
•heap. 738% Maryla
ce rooms
TWO NICE modern furnished housekeep
tg rooms; lights and heal, near mil
308 N. Arizona.
OUTSIDE ROOMS, with hot and cold
water. Reynolds & McDowell Block.
237 Colorado.
NICELY FURN! SHED 1 < k< eping
rooms; phone, light and bath. Ill W.
Woolman.
FOR RENT—Store room 18x100; 3-year
lease. 209 West Park. Slcmons & Booth,
16 West Granite.
modern house.
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY loaned on Butte real estate. Fire
Insurance in strongest American com
panies. A. T. Morgan, Daly Bank Bldg.
REAL ESTATE LOANS, reasonable rates.
Prompt, courteous treatment B S.
Shields. 125 W. Broadway. Real estate»
insurance, rent .la.
SALE— ROOMING HOUSES
NINE ROOMS furnished; near postoffice
income $120; will sell on account of
sickness rnuat leave town; $700. terms;
three-year lease. Sarles A Oirrolr, 356-8
Phoenix blk.
FIFTEEN-ROOM all transient; new fur
niture; best location; cheap rent; this
will clear $300 per month above all ex
penses; price only $2,100. Steele A- An
derson, Hl E. Broadway.
FARM LANDS
Bio ACRES, including some hay, horses,
cows, calves, wagons, buggies, harness,
and all kinds of farming machinery; good
house. Imrn. sheds, etc; fenced and
cross-fenced; just 7 miles south of Butte;
right at school; price for all. only $4,7.">0;
jl.Qfttt cash, balance arrange. Steele &
Anderson. Ill E. Broadway.
FURNITURE FOR SALE
________________________
j A REAL BARGAIN In furniture of
five-room flat; cost $1.200; will sell
fur $«T*0 and give easy terms, fiat rents
for $4(t. See us at once. Sarles & Glr
rolr. 356-8 Ph»»enlx blk
BUSINESS CHANCES
FOR SALE—Grocery; S. Arizona st.; liv
ing n»oms In re«r; low. rent; $1,400,
terms. Sarlea & -Glrroir, 356-8 Phoenix
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE POST
LOST
LOST—From the porch of h» apartment
at 661 S. Main st., a book entitled
"Dame dc* Moimoreau.'' by Alexander
Dumas; loser was not owner. Liberal re
ward for return.
I/)ST—Presto Ute tank between ButU
and Anaconda; reward. Return to o
»hone Silver Bow Spring, and Auto Co.
•orner Front and Arizona.
SEWING MACHIN ES RE PAIRED
ANY SEWING MACHINE repaired by
our experts for $1 Sewing machine*
rented. Brownfield Canty Carpet Co., 54
W. Park. Phone 1301. Anaconda Branch,
308 E. Park ave Phone 143 Red.
PERSONAL
Money to loan on real estate and other
securities. No delays.
SARLES & GIRROIR
356-8 Phoenix Block. Butie. Montana
REDUCING TREATMENTS
THE WONDKRFl'L GARDNER reducing
machine installed with our first-class
bath and massage parlors. Mr. and Mrs.
A. Johnson. Napton blk. Phone 2435-W.
HAT TRIMMING
EARLY mIdSEASON AND FALL HATS?
Hats made to order and remodeled:
prices reasonable. French Hat Shop, 53
W. Park, Room 4, Upstairs.
BATH AND MASSAGE
ET HEL cXmPBELI?,? masseuse? b?
massage parlor. Room 31, Silver Bow
Blk. W. Granite st. Ludies, gentlemen,
ne 6055.
vit:
The Grant-Hartford quartz lod»: mining
laim: the Magone-Anderson quartz lode
■lining claim, the Nancy Hanks quart/,
lofie mining claim; the Adelia quartz lode
■ ing claim, ami tlie Lide quartz lode
mining claim.
And, also, for the purpose of consid
ering the disposing of the following real
state, to-wit ;
That portion of Sur. No. 9S76, Nancy
Hanks Ixale, and described as follows. t<>
wit: Beginning at the north wet. corner
uf the tract herein described, which is
also Cer. No. I »if said Sur. No. 9876.
Nancy Hanks ljude, and running then
S. 72 degrees 26 minutes East, 126 3 feet;
thence S. 44 degrees 57 minues West,
388.6 feet; thence N. 2« degrees 12 min
utes, East 349 feet, to the place of be
ginning; containing an area of 0.49 acres.
This property is being disposed of in
accordance with an greement entered into
by all directors with one Edward Magone
it Missoula, Mont., who, at the time we
applied for patent upon the Magone-An
derson group and particularly upon the
racy Hanks lode above described, con
ed for an adverse <•» a portion of the
icy Hanks. The directors at that time
agreed that If the said Edward Magone
would withdraw his adverse that they
would deed to him the above described
portion of the said Nancy Hanks claim
upon receiving a patent to the same from
the government.
Said directors at the time of the entering
Into the agreement with the said Ed -
•d Magone, in order that the said ad
se he withdrawn, signed a bond in
sum of Two Thousand ($2000.00)
Dollars, thereby guaranteeing that said
cement be carried into effect.
F. L. MELCHER,
JOHN FARRELL
O. L. DILLEN BECK,
Directors.
BRICKWORK CONTRACTORS
ESTIMATES for brickwork, chimneys.
fireplaces, jobbing. John Tandy, 316 W
Galena. Phone 1403-M.
HAT CLEANING
HATS CLEANED AND BLOCKED—
Panamas especially. Best work; guar
anteed; charges reasonable. Western Hat
Works. 240 E. Park
CARPENTER WORK
ALTERATIONS, REPAIRS, JOBBING?
Leo 8. Ross, general contractor, 112 S.
Arizona. Phones 234 and 2408
FIRE INSURANCE
1HK STRONGEST home and forslga
companies at lowest rates. Siemona A
Booth. Phone 102.
AUTO HIRE
BUTTE
A GARNET
iOhlJ MINING
AN
D MILLING
'UM PA NY.
We, th
* undersigned.
being a ms
jorlty
of the tli
odors of the ;
hove-natne
1 cor
poration,
do hereby cal
meet -
ing of t
■e stockholders of the
Love
named «
•rporation. to
be held i
l the
office of
Maury A.- Wheeler, 42 li
rbout
Building.
city of liutte, state of M«
itana,
Ul Lite h
iur of 8 o'clof
n the
21st day
of September,
917, for tl
pur
pose ot
considering tl
e proposit
on of
leasing
in* following
described
juartz
lode mil
ing claims, situate at G
; cruet
county of Granite, statt
of Montai
a, to
NÖTIGE.
Inviting Proposals for the Addition to the
Plumbing and Heating Systems on the
Fourth Floor of the City Hall, and
Alterations and addition to the
Heating System of the City Jail
of the City of Butte.
Sealed proposals will he received for
the addition to the plumbing and heating
nv*i«-t*iK on the fourth floor of the city
hall, and alteration and addition to the
heating system of the city Jail, at the
office of the city clerk, until 8 o'clock
p. m. on the 15th day of August, 1917.
A certified check for 10 per cent of
the amount of the bid is to l$e enclosed
with each proposal.
Plans ami specifications are mny on
file at the office of the commissioner of
public works of the city of Butte.
he city council reserves the right to
reject any and all hills.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate of Julia Foley, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the un
dersigned. T. J. Harrington, adminis
trator of the estate of Julia Foley, de
ceased, to the creditors of and all per
s having claims against the said de
ceased, to exhibit them, with the nec
essary vouchers, within four months after
the first publication of thin notice, to the
said administrator at Room No. 419 Hen
nessv building, in the city of Butte. Sil
Bow county. Montana, the same tir
ing the place for the transaction of the
business of Raid estate, in the county of
Silver How, state of Montana.
T. J. HARJUNGTQN.
Administra tor of the Estate of Julia
Foley. Deceased.
Dated Butte, Mont., this 3rd day ot
August, 1917.
ïs Your Money
Supporting the
Government?
At this critical period in our
history our manufacturers are
offering their mills, and our
young men are offering their
services to the United States
Government.
Would you like to do your
share and help by putting your
money where it will support
the new Federal Reserve
Banking System, which the
Government has established
to stand back of our commerce,
industry and agriculture ?
You can do this by opening
an account with us, as part of
every dollar so deposited goes
directly into the new system
where it will always be ready
for you when wanted.
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SILVER BOW NATIONAL BANK
MODERN HOME
Hardwood floors in two rooms;
colonnade bookcases; expensive
electric light fixtures.
FOt'R ROOMS. FINE BATH
FIXTURES
Built-in features in kitchen;
door bell: ironing plug, etc.;
concrete foundation; cemented
cellar.
FRONT AND REAR PORCH
Corner lot, 33x100, fenced; one
block to car.
PRICE $2.250
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MANGANESE PROPERTY WANTED—
Responsible company will pure'
proved or partly developed manga
property: request full particulars reg
lug analysis, location, price on o
that will bear strict investigation,
dress Box M. O. 16. this paper.
FURNITURE BOUGHT
NOTICE OF SALE.
In the District Court of the Second Judi
cial District of the State »»f Montana,
in and for ihe County of Silver Bow.
In the Matter of the Estate of John R.
Morgan, an Insane Person.
Notice is hereby given that pursuant
to the order of the district «ourt made
on the 11th day of June. 1917. In the
matter of the estate of John R. Morgan,
an incompetent, the undersigned, guar
dian of the person and estate of said
Incompetent, will sell at private sale, as
a whole, to the highest bidder, upon the
terms and condition* hereinafter men
tioned, subject to confirmation by said
district court, on or after the 11th day of
August, 1917. all the right, title, Interest
and estate of the said John R. Morgan,
an incompetent, being a ranch lying, and
being In the countv of Silver Bow, state
of Montana, particularly bounded and
described as follows, to-wlt
A ranch consisting of the southeast
one-quarter of Section Eight (8). Town
ship Two 12) North, of Range Eight (8)
West. Montana Meridian, containing One
Hundred Sixty 060) acres, and upon
which said property is a dwelling house
Terms and conditions of sale: Cash
ten 110) per cent of the purchase money
to be paid nt the time of sale; balance
on confirmation at the office of Harry
Meyer, attorney for said guardian, at 130
Pennsylvania building, or may be de
livered to said guardian personally, or
mav be filed In the office of the clerk of
said court.
Dated Aug. 3, 1917.
MABEL MORGAN.
Guardian of the Person ami Estate of
John R Morgan, an Incompetent.
HARRY MEYER.
Attorney for Said Guardian.
In the District Court of the Second Judi
cial District of the State of Montana,
in and for the County of Silver Bow.
In the Matter of the Guardianship of
Marcus O'Farrell. Jr., and Charles
Raymond O'Farrell. Minora.
Notice ia hereby given that In pursu
ance of an order of the district court of
the second Judicial district of the state
of Montana, In and for the county of
Silver Bow, made on. the 9th day of Au
gust, 1917, In the matter of the persons
and estates of Marcus O'Farrell, Jr., and
Charles Raymond O'Farrell, minors, and
In pursuance of an order shortening the
time of ihe notice of said sale to at least
eight publications, the undersigned guar
dian will sell at private sale In one parcel
to the highest bidder upon the terms and
conditions hereinafter mentioned, and
subject to confirmation by the at>ove en
titled court, on or after Monday, the
20th day of August, 1917, all the right,
title, interest and estate of every kind,
nature and description and any and all In
terest they did have, that they now hold,
and any and all inteiests accruing to
them at any time In the future, Includ
ing their Vested remainder. In ter feel and {
Daly Hank and Trust
Company
—f)P BUTTE—
(Established 1882)
CAPITAL AND SUHPLUS—5400,000
DIRECTORS:
Charles J. Kelly, John D. Ryan,
Marcus Daly, C. C. Swinborne,
It. A. Kunkel
OFFICERS:
CHARI.ES J, KELLY......President
JOHN !). RYAN......Vice President
C. C. SWINBORNE..........Cashier
b W. PLACE......Assistant Cashier
W. C. RAE........Assistant Cashier
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
W. A CLARK J. ROSS CLARK
W.A.CLARK& BRO.
Bankers
Established 1877
ALEX J. JOHNSTON........Cashier
J. K. HESLET.....Assistant Cashier
Transacts n General Banking
Business. Accounts of Banks,
Corporations ami Firms Will
Receive Best Terms Consistent
With Good Banking Methods.
Interest Paid on Time
Deposits
Boxes in -Safety Deposit Vault.
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Established 1877.
I'irst National Rank
of Butte
Capital and Surplus $600.000.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY.
Member of Federal Reserve Bank.
ANDREW J. DAVIS.......President
J. S DUTTON ..............Cashier
J. K STEPHENSON.. Asst. Cashier
GLO. U. HILL.........Asst. Cashier
Travelers' Checks and
Foreign Exchange Issued
interests, in a
parcel of land
Butte, Silver
described as f
tercst that ua
the South Fi'
1 to that certain piece r
ituate, lying and being In
ow county, Montana, anu
Hows, to-wit: All the in
1 minors have in and to
50) feet of Ix>ts One
(1) and Two (2), and als») the South
Fifty (50) feet »»f the East Twenty-one
(21) fret Of lx.t No. Three (3) In Bloch
No. 20 «20) of the Original Townslte of
Butte, in said county and fctate.
Terms and conditions « f sale. Cash in
gold coin of the United Staten; 10 per
.-.•nt of the purchase price to be paid at
the time of »nie, balance on confirma
tion of sale. All bids and offers must
he In writing and may be left at thfe
office of Wines & Harrington or deliv
ered to the undersigned guardian at any
time after the first publication of thia
notice and before the making of the aale.
Dated this 9th day of August. 1917.
K1JZABETH BREEN,
(Formerly Elizabeth O'Farrell)
Guardian.
WINES A HARRINGTON.
Attorne>s for Guardian.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate of Matt Erickson, De» eased.
Notice Is hreby given by the under
signed executrix of the estate of Matt
Erickson, deceased, to the creditors of
and all persons having claims against the
said estate, to exhibit them, with the
necessary vouchers, within four months
after the first publication of thia notice,
to the said executrix at the office of
Enos E. Alley, Rooma 10 and 11, Silver
Bow block. In the city of Butte. Mont.,
the same being the place for the trans
action of the business of said estate, In
the county of Silver Bow, state of Mon
tana.
HILJA ERICKSON,
Executrix of the Estate uf Matt Erick
son, Deceased.
Dated Butte, Mont., thia 3rd day of
August, 1917.
First publication Aug. 3, 1917.
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PIANO TUNZB
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