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n S'te of Former Hat Box Store. • liirv building tu cost $50,000 <>ut of tbc ashes of the old ore and restaurant on Wyo I soldi) of the Fiiilen hotel, such a structure have been , hitect G. K. De Snell and „U considered by David ir ,1 ihr McMillan estate, own-' '"l',! 1 the buildings burned a ,i weeks ago the owners have „„lern structure under ennsid i I r building as planned will , space of 30x120 feet. I floor will be given over Jo ml I lie two upper stories will ,|ei M rooming house, is rapidly progressing on the ■mi! nurses' home building to (fled liv tlie St. .lames' hospital it, idinining the hospital. The which "ill cost approximately oid will be three stories high, finished in three months, uc I, Architect De Snell, who drew I II. brick work of the build start in a week. I,im building being constructed W.ichTnxkv on Park street, r. , ist of Arizona street, will d, trd in two months. It will Moiirs high and a basement mid floor will he made up of ml till upper floor of a rooni flic work of excavating is d and foundations are being Klein building at the I tier of Park and Wyoming mpletcd and reads' for oc rost is >28.000. The lniild the building being cou •V the Shiner company at .ml Wyoming streets is pro ipidlv. The cost of the struc he SÄ 0H0. It will he given •tore and garage, port vils Issued during the , : \V I). Clark, 900 Krgo cl ling, cost *7,500 ; M. Carl mi Broadway, remodel front ig. tost *900; Pohndorf & 1351 Harrison, garage, cost it Ramsey, 2104 Roberts, cost *2.140; R. R. Gilliland, . bungalow, cost *2.000; P. K. stores, 1254 East Park, cost (I Park l.owther, 1001 South CAL STOCK MARKET re the closing quota exchange today: Bid. Asked. 1.07 1.10 E COPPER MARKET. A «K- 11.—The copper mar V! quiet during the week t electrolytic this morning bout 26.50 to 27.00 for Rep st Quarter deliveries, luthged. frf ungalows and ttages for Sale modern bungalow, lot and Kar..gi on ear line, Floral v h'0 cash, terms on balance. .............$2,200 ■ one lot. Silver Bow !l "" s ' Price ........$1,375 "'•"Id h bungalow, built ' v ar ago; has been newly ■"'il Painted; lot and half, 2 half block from car n ,,r *d Park; terms. Price ...........$2,650 I brick cottage; cor " n ß south; northwest, u* hXi . lsior. Price____$.3,500 • modi-m cottage, two lots; , ° i N " 3 car line; $250 cash, " s - Price......$1,550 and bathroom; rough nw .,1 Plumbing completed ; ceiling; foundation and • aiul half; close to car 11 ' N,, son Park; $500 cash. » ' ...................$ 1,600 joa" 1 ! 1 ,n °dcrn cottages; rent , eîu " : close to Main street * terms (for the two). Price , $2,650 t,- i . ry nî °dern home; awn and trees; Colorado l * 1 f«ce .............$4,65# **. "' Sto . r> i fr *me and 3-room ' cental income *75 per • seven blocks south; *1.000 "dance monthly. Price is . ....................... ullv modern bungalow. 6 1 llOUSi (, °wn an< i two up; largl 'bi-kk f f " rn,ce toff; Mom car line in Floral P r, ce ........... U 000 't W Ä n l,u, >*al',wV full bane ail bun}.* 0 ?! . ,loors .through ltd nt, (I, a "d half, led nn'.V'" t e , a *ures; fil,e view, rl k i le '"a "Lovers' Roost VÎ!*, , c °tt«fîêV suutlV'ex^ casl, O' • ocli Wesl Quartos p Df*............$3,NO W EVER & BROWN "• Park Street (Up,tain.) WANTS ONE CENT A WORD VOU RHOUL.D be earning more money; it us help you; be successful; telegra phers receive »100-J250 monthly; positions guaranteed; qualify four months; largest chool; if you think you're ambitious, in esligation will prove It. Butte College Telegraphy, Bewlsohn Bik. Phone 380-J. WANTED—We pay the highest price for men's discarded clothing. Phone 5753-W and we will call. GET GOVERNMENT WAR JOBS. *100 month. List free. Franklin Institute, Dept. 229G, Rochester, N. Y. WANTED—Piano pupils. Lessons 50c, 313 S. Idaho, l'hont- 4879-J. THERE'S ONLY ONE BIG -I TAILOR, Henry Pissoi. 73 W. Park. SALESMAN WANTED SA I .ES M A N FOR MONTA N A-Viurinry Aug. 15; permanent position; old house selling staph- line on exceptional terms; high commissions, with $35 weekly ad vance. Sales Manager, Suite 245, 800 Woodward, Detroit. SALESMAN for general trade in Mon tana; strong proposition; staple, mod erate priced line; exclusive features; splendid commission contract; $35 weekly for expenses. Continental Jewelry Co., 27632 Continental Bldg., Cleveland, Ohio. SALESMEN— Earn $10 to ing new, money-saving .'liants; entire commlssio :eplance of orders; no lUÎred: every tiling furni full particulars today. C $40 , SIDE LINE MEN—Dt to that one order t No samples to ; write today. <'ai Slgel St., Chicago, 111. WANTED—Ci day will pay yc Co Uesmen to nut Roasters and Co missions. Write R. Des Moines, Iowa. HELP WANTED—MALE YOU AKl-fTTMUDOY^ credit is good v «drohe. No in Bit 4 Tailoring Stock up > charged on 'o.. 73 W. P; j WANTED PARTNER with »mall capi tal. capable of doing soliciting. Address Box X.. care Post. SALESMAN AGENTS WANTED LARGE MANUFACTURER wants repre sentatives to sell shirts, underwear, hosiery, dresses, waists, skirts, direct to home. Write for free samples. Madison Mills. 503 Broadway, New York City. FOR SALE A GOOD. SLIGHTLY USED PIANO 1« better than a cheap new one; some of these are sold for people in urgent need One Kimball, slightly used ...........$150 One Gramer, slightly used ...........$126 One Bush & Gerts, slightly used.....$225 One Haines Bros., slightly used......$100 These pianos are all In good condition and guaranteed by us. Montana Plano Co., 210 N. Main st., Butte. FUR SALE—One platform scales, one No. 16 Round oak heater, one No. 1469642 National Cash register, one auto graphic register (triplicate), one compu tating scale, one roll-top desk, one butch ers' ice box 9x12x12. Inquire at 1126 Utah avenue. FOR SALE—Fold touring car; five-pas senger; in first-class condition. Cop per State Repair Shop, 603 E. Platinum. Photo 4605-J. FOR SALE—Six-year-old sorrel mare. biiggy* Studebaker wagon, two sets harness, saddle. Street, 2018 Thornton ave., near Cobban. FOR SALE —Royal typewriter, sectional bookcases, oak flat top desk, fine con dition; bargain prices. Phone 4421-W. FOR SALE—Five-passenger Ford, ex cellent condition. 1029 W. Gold st. Phone 4431-J. 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 SAIjE— 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 1-aundry office. _ FORD CHASSIS FOR SALE. New Meth od laundry office. FOR SALE—Two heavy draft teams. young horses. Hanaen Packing Co., Butte. SALE—Small confectionery ery store. Phone 2130. FOR SALE—Piano, heater, stove, baby bed. Phone 1081-M. FOR SALE -Gasoline 30c a gallon. Silver Bow Motor Car Co.. Park and ldaho^ Furnished Houses fo r Rent TOUR-ROOM NKW KI.AT wall be<l« ; etc.; heated by stoves; nicely fariushcd piano included; located west wIB rent to good tenants Mr »K. month, heven room furnished ground floor flat, large nantir and bath; suitable place fol roomers and boarders; located m fourth block west, rent *70 month. Ten-room house, well furnished; has always been run for roomer*: rent *85 month. V Falkenateln & Co. (Mre. Von). 310-31J Phoenix bik. _ __ > c PAPER CLEANING CLEGG—$1 room only, painting and pa | perhanglng. 1337-W. JBSCRIBE FOR THE BUTTE DAILY POST FIVE-ROOM frame bungalow, bath roe cellar, porches, 7 aeies ground, horse, buggy and harness, cow, 00 chickens, plenty Of water; located on ear line; close In on flat; price *3,20n, *1.200 rush, or will sell houNu ami one acre ground. Seven-room house; bath, huge pantry; house furnished ; two sinks; lot 3<>xl()0; located one Mock from Main si.; price $500 cash. Von Falkenstein & Co. (Mrs. Von), 310-312 Phoenix bik. FOUR-ROOM modern bungalow on lot and one-half sewer connections; best of plumbing ; rooms large; $2,40«», $3U0 cash, balance s 30 per month. Butte loind and Investment Co., lu W. Granite st. S. MONTANA ST.; close In; 5-room brie.* veneer; can ont in two suites, and can be bought for $2,200, on easy terms, this Is a real snaj Steele St Anderson, 111 E. Broadway. FOR SALE—E ourteen-room brick apart of Utah and First st.; will sell for less tnan cost, in julre 825 E. Front st. FOUR-ROOM flat and flve-rooi three-room cottage in rear; Wyoming si.; revenue $130 price $5,000. Steele & Anders Broadway. TEN ACRES good land between Five and Six Mile; facing Harrison ave. $500, $50 cash, balance $25 per month ind Investment Co., 19 W nlte st. FOR SALE—Fit ■room bungalow; two ree rooms finished to ice ton ave. Car No. 3. bargain. THIRTEEN-ROOM FRAME; on side; three sets plumbing; rooms to hall: nicely furnished; price foi $6,300. Steele & Anderson. Ill E. Hi WANTED TO BUY—We h. Land and In SALE—Three-room idem, Just finished, add. ACRE LOT o cash, ha lan Land and Invi r line; $125, $10 month. Butte , 19 W. Granite. FOR RENT KENT AND SAVE AT SAME TIME Remington Visible, $3.00 for one month 17.60 for three months. Others at lower rates. Rental payment applies on pur chase. Remington Typewriter Company. 105 W. Broadway, Butte. Montana. Tel. ephono 1719. ALBEMARLE HOTEL, 110 W. Granite. remodeled ant' newly lurnished. large outside, single and double with hot and cold water. Convenient for travelers. Moderate price rooms by the day, week or month. FOR RENT, at 2059 Harrison ave nicely furnished three-room cottage; must he seen to he appreciated; re ences exchanged. Phone 3631-J. FURNISHED housekeeping rooms; mod ern; large yard; big shade trees; on first floor; bath; front and back porches. Inquire at 903 Nevada a 1 FOR RENT—Two lng rooms; stri dren; steam heat, $30. 728 Nevada. furnished housekeep •tly modern; no chll bath, telephone; rent NEW GARAGE, with cement floor, . 1245 Farrell st. Apply Steele & Ande son, 111 E. Broadway. NEW THREE-ROOM FLAT, with new furniture and piano. 823 S. Main, Flat 4. No children. FURNISHED FRONT ROOM; muckr in a private home; seasonable. 6 Placer st. Phone 4674-W. NICE NEW furnished outside rooms, hot and cold water, $5 per week up. 73 Montana. Phone 1595. FOR RENT—Suite of two nice rooms and one large housekeeping room, cheap. 739^s Maryland. SIX-ROOM modern furnished house and four-room furnished house. liou Silver. Phone 3689-W. TWO NICE modern furnished houseke ing rooms; lights and heat; near mil 308 N. Arizona. OUTSIDE ROOMS, with hot and cold water. Reynolds & McDowell Block. 237 Colorado. NICELY FURNISHED housekeeping rooms: phone, light and bath. Ill W. Wool man. FOR RENT--Store room 18x100; 3-year lease. 209 West Park. Slemons & Booth, 16 West Granite. FOR RENT—A 8-roon Inquire 53 W. Park. FOR RENT—Five-room brick flat near post office E. D. Elderkln. Penn block. FOR RENT—Nicely furnished room with bath. 116*4 W. Porphyry. FURNISHED ROOMS—Hot and cold water; $3 per week. 313 S. Idaho. FOR RENT—Housekeeplr apartment« Maley block. Hamilton street. HOUSEKEEPING ROOM $16. furnished rooms $12 to $18 600 N. Main. WANTED TO BORROW $5 000 at 9 PER CENT on inside W. Broadway flats valued at $11^000. Box 8, care Post. $4 000 ON NEW FLATS. 300 block south west; flats cost $8.500; will pay good Interest. Owner, Box 1, care Post. PERSONAL MARRY, IF LONELY—For results, try me; best and wost successful "Home Maker"; hundreds rich wish marriage soon: strictly confidential; most reliable; years' experience; descriptions free. 'The Successful Club," Mrs. rurdie, Box 556* Oakland, Cal. MARRY—for quick results, try me; manj* wealthy wishing early marriage; most successful; confidential, years in busi ness; absolutely reliable; description free. Successful Cupid, Mrs. Cappel, the Home Maker, Box 757, Oakland, Cal. MARRY AT ONCE—We put you In cor respondence with thousands of charm ing and refined ladies who wish to marry; many worth from $1.000 to $25.000 Awards, particulars free. Address .'ard (B711), Valiev, Neb. many thousand members, both sexes, ishlng early marriage; hundreds ealthy; confidential description free; es tablished 11 years. The Reliable Club, Mrs. Wrubel, 732 Madison. Oakland, Cal. DARE YOU ANSWER THIS— Lonely farmer, worth $95,000, will marry. Hon orable, 57 Fourth st.. San Francisco, Cal. Money to loan on real estate and other securities. No delays. SARLES & GIRROIR 856-8 Phoenix Block. Butie, Montana. 'WIDOW, 37, worth $90,000; lonesome, vouid marry. Addrec 1rs v. Box 241, San Francisc o, Cal. LADY. 44, owning picture theater, would marry, M-Box 35. U-.tgue, Toledo, O. SALE—ROOMING HOUSES TWENTY-1UK>M m fully furnhihed. larg< bi ighl rooms, heated by furnace; full basement; two finished up. garage; store room; chicken sheds; large yard; st local ion west; j luded excellent place for roonvrs and boarders; price $3,000. Seven rooms furniture, in cluding Brewster plane; four rooms rent ed fur $50; rent of flat, $30; price $550. Seven rooms furniture; ground floor flat; large bath and pantry; located 400 block l: rent $27.50; price $25n, $150 cash. Falkensleln St Co. (Mrs. Von), 310 312 Phoenix bik. NINE ROOMS furnished ; near postoffice; income $110; count of sickness ; must ... . $700, t. rms; three-year lease. Sarles St Girrolr, 356-8 Phoenix bik. FIFTEEN-ROOM all transient: new fur niture, best location: cheap will clear $300 per month a ho 1 penses; price only $2,l(U>. Steele & An 1, 111 E. Broad vs THIRTEEN ROOMS on west side; two sets plumbing; nicely furnished; rev« nue $110; price. Including furniture, $6,300, on terms. Steele &• Anderson, 111 E. Broadv FURNITURE FOR SALE A REAL BARGAIN five-room flat; cost $1,200; will sell for $650 and give easy terms; flat rent for $40. See us at once. Sarles & Gh rolr, 356-8 Phoenix bik. SIX ROOMS of furniture for sale. $200. Seven-room modern house for rent, $30, with two rooms rented; close In: west side. 640 N. Franklin st. Phone 5168-W. FURNITURE f.-r tlpee-rooni house for *a1e-cMe»p:- E. Mefmry. • FURNITURE of 20 rooms for sale. Ph< 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 rntea Prompt, courteous treatment. E. S. Shields, 125 W. Broadway. Real estate^ insurance, rent..la. FARM LANDS 160 ACRES, Including some hay, hor> cows, calves, wagons, buggies, harm and all kinds of farming machinery, good house, barn, sheds, etc.; fenced and cross - fenced ; just 7 miles south of Butte; light .;t school; price for all, only $4.' $1.000 cash, balance arrange. Steele & AmU-rson, 111 E. Broadway. RANCHES FOR SALE tCRE DAIRY RANCH; four-room ugalow, furnished; horse barns, < «, 1 hay rack, stone milk house houses ; plenty water and timber grass; the range only 9 miles fi horses, cattle, automobile, farm mplements; $4,600, *2,000 cash. Von . Pin & Co. (Mrs. Von), 310-312 LUMBER LUMBER AND SHINGLES, lath, win dows. doers, mouldings and building material of all kinds. Fir finish and floor ings. New stock; good material; reason able prices. D. W. Hughes Lumber Co., £55 S. Washington strr->t. Phone 768. BUSINESS CHANCES FOR SALE—Grocery; S. Arizona st.; liv ing rooms in rear; low rent; $1,400, terms. Sarles & Girroir, 356-8 Phoenix WANTED TO BUY ( id INCOME FLAT not mortgaged: ill go as high as $7,000; must be from 1er. Box 6, care Post. BANKRUPT. In the District Court of the United States, District of Montana. In the Matter of M. 8. Largey, Bankrupt. Notice is hereby given that on the 10th day of August, A. D. 1917, in the above entitled court, M. S. Largey, bankrupt, ! filed his petition for final discharge, an? ! that the »aid court fixed the 17th day of September. A. D. 1917, at 10 a. m., at ! Great Falls, Mont., at the courtroom of •-nid court, as the time and place foi hearing said petition, at which time and place all creditors and other persons in terested may appear and offer objections, i if pny they have, why said petition I should not be granted and said petitlonei ' discharged. ■ Witness the Hon. Geo. M. Bourquin, ! judge, atid the seal of said court af fixed. at Bulle, Mont., this 10th day of August, A. D. 1917. (Seal) AJtest: GEO. W. SPROULE. By H. H WALKER. Clet% Deputy. LOST LOST—From the porch of nn apartment at 661 S. Main at., a book entitled "Dame do Monsoreau,'' by Alexander Dumas; loser was not bwner. Liberal re gard for return. IzOST—Presto Lite tank between Butte and Anaconda; reward. Return to oi phono Silver Bow Spring and Auto Co., corner Front and Arizona. LOST—Black and white Collie; white col lar broken on left side. Reward for hU return or definite information concern ing him. Phone 5765-.I, SEWING MACHINES REPAIRED ANY SEWING MACHINE repaired by our experts for $1. Sewing machines rented. Brownfield Canty Carpet Co., 54 W. Park. Phone 1304. Anaconda Branch, 308 E. Park ave. Phone 143 Red. REDUCING TREATMENTS THE WONDERFUL. clAKtJNKR reclueir machine installed with our first-clai hath and mnssaae parlors. Mr. and Mr A. Johnson. Napton bik. Phone 2435-V HAT TRIMMING EARLY MU »SEASON ANDFALL HATS. its made to order and remodeled: prices reasonable. French Hat Shop, 53 Park, Room 4, Upstairs. BATH AND MASSAGE ETHEL CAMPBELL, masseuse, bath, tissage parlor. Room 31, Silver Bow Bik. W. Granite st. Ladies, gentlemen Phone 6055. BRICKWORK CONTRACTORS ESTIMATES fur hackwork, chimneys. fireplaces. Jobbing. John Tandy, 316 W Galena. Phono 1493-M. HAT CLEANING HATH CLEANED A N D LJ I XJ CKKÜ Fanamas especially. Best work; guar anteed; charges reasonable. Western Hat Works. 240 E Park CARPENTER WORK ALTERATK >NS. REPAIRS. FIRE INSURANCE 1HK STRONGEST butne and foreign companies at loweat rale*. the mon* 4 Booth. Phona 1C2. AUTO HIRE CA LL S UT 11 E R I zA NDS, passenger Hudson. wit: The i chain tin *d quart that they ilm the above described aid Nancy Hanks claim patent to the same from could withdra could deed to portion of the upon receiving the government. Said directors at the time of the entering into the agreement with the said Ed ward Magone, in order that the said ad verse be withdrawn, signed a bond In the sum of Two Thousand ($2000.00) Dollars, thereby guaranteeing that said agreement be carried Into effect. F. L. MELCHER. JOHN FARRELL. O. L. DILLEN BECK. Directors. NOTICE. 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 be received for the addition to the plumbing and heating systems 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 . in. on the 15th day of August, 1917. A certified check for 10 per rent of the amount of the bid is to be enclosed with each proposal. Plans and specifications are now on file at the office of the commissioner of public works of the city of Butte. The city council reserves the right to reject any and all bids. C. H. TREACY, City Clerk. Dated Aug. 10, 1917. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of Joseph Gerslc, Deceased. Notice Is herby given by the under signed. administrator of the estate of Joseph Gerslc, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within four months after first publication of this no tice. to the said administrator at 419 Hennessy Building. Butte. Mont., the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate. In the county of Silver Bow. state of Montana. T J. HARRINGTON, Administrator of the Estate of Joseph Gerslc, Deceased. Dated Butte. Mont., this 4th day of August, 1917. PIANO TUNER We, the undersigned, being a majority of the directors of the above-named cor poration, do hereby call a special meet ing of tlie stockholders of the above named corporation, to be held in the office of Maury Si Wheeler, 42 Hirbour Building, city of Butte, state of Montana, at the hour of 8 o'clock p. tn., on the 21st day of September, 1917, for the pur pose of considering the proposition of leasing the following described quartz lode mining claims, situato at Gan county of Gianite, state of Montana, mining une- Anderson quartz lode the Nancy Hanks quartz m; the Adelia quartz lode tnd the Lide quartz lode mining claim lode« mining »• mining claim, mining claim. And, also, for the purpose of consid ering the disposing of the following real estate, to-wit: That portion of Sur. No. 9876. Nancy Hanks Lode, and described as follows, to wit: Beginning at the noi'thwet corner of the tract herein described, which is also Cer. No. 1 of said Sur. No. 9876. Nancy Hanks l,ode, and running then S. 72 degrees 26 minutes East, 126.3 feet ; thence S. 44 degrees 57 minues West, 38K.6 feet; thence N. 26 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 of Missoula, Mont., who, at the time we applied for patent upon the Magone-An derson group and particularly upon the Nancy Hanks lodp above described, tested for an adverse to a portion of the Nancy Hanks. The directors at that time agreed that If the said Edward Magone luiiHiiqilgfF'i m UMII'II) III«- y 14 Un » •W" Is Your Money Supporting the Government? At this critical period in our history our manufacturers aro 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. ii PCDIRAt. fttSCRVf SILVER BOW NATIONAL BANK SMALL HOUSE Furniture, Dishes. F.tc. Two Lots, Close to Car. $600 EAST BUTTE One Lot Fenced—Facing South LARGE HOUSE Four rooms, closet, pantry front and rear porch, good out build ings; 1 block to school and car $1,100 I Roofing Contractor GRAVEL ROOFING, also Gcnesco and Mnlthoid built-up roofs, P. & B. roof paints. J. U. Bvers, of fice 17 years 1 West Broadway. Phone 978. FURNITURE BOUGHT TIN SHOP NOT'CE OF SALE. 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 Estate of Julin R. Morgan, an Insane Person. Notice is hereby given that pursuant to the or«ler of the district court made on the 11th day of June, 1917. In the matter of the estate of John R. Morgan, an incompetent, the unders.gned, guar dian of the person and estate of said Incompetent, will sell at private aaie, as a whole, to the highest bidder, upon the terms and conditions hereinafter men tioned. subject to confirmation by said district court, on oi after the 11th day r.f 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 county of Silver Bow, state of Montana, particularly hounded and described as follows, to-wit: A ranch consisting of the southeast one-quarter of Section Eight (8). Town ship Two (2) North, of Bange Eight (8) West, Montana Meridian, containing One Hundred Sixty (160) aeres, and upon which said property is a dwelling house. Terms and conditions of sale: Cash ten (10) per cent of the purchase money to be paid at 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 may be filed In the office of the clerk of said court. Dated Aug. S, 1917. MABEL MORGAN, Guardian of the Person and Estate of John R. Morgan, an Incompetent. HAKRY MEYER, * Attorney for Said Guardian. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of Johan Prynolf Saarinen, alao known as Saarl, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the under signed, executrix of the estate of John Prynolf Saarinen, also known aa Saarl. deceased, to the creditors of and all per nons having claims against the said de ceased, to exhibit them, with the neces sary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this notice, to the said executrix at the office of Earle N. Genzberger, 605 Daly oank Building, Butte, Montana, the same being the place for the transaction of the business of srld estate, in the county of Silver Bow, stata of Montana. Tolnl Virklnia Saarinen, also Saarl. executrix of the estate of Johan Prynolf Saarinen, also known as Saarl, deceased. Dated Butte. Montana, this 2Sth day of July. 1917. Daly Bank and Trust Company —OF BUTTE— (Established 1882) CAPITAL AND SURPLUS —$400,000 DIRECTORS: Charles J. Kelly, John D Ryan, Marcus Daly, C. C. Swinborne, R. A. Kunkel OFFICERS: CHARLES T KELLY......President JOHN 1). RYAN.. ...Vice President C. C SWINBORNE..........Cashier R. 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 Ranking Business. Accounts of Banks. Corporations and Finns Will Receive Best Terms Consistent With Good Ranking Methods. Interest Paid on Time Deposits Boxes In Safety Deposit Vault. Established 1877. First National Rank of Butte Capital and Surplus $600.000. UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY. Member of Federal Reserve Bank. ANDREW J. DAVIS.......President J S. DUTTON ..............Castiier J. E. STEPHENSON... Asst. Cashier GEO. U. IIILI..........Asst. Cashier Travelers' Cheeks and Foreign Exchange Issued NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE AT PRIVATE SALE. 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 Marc us O'Farrell, Jr., and Charles Raymond O'Farrell. Minors. Notice Is hereb> given that in pursu ance of an order of the district court of the second Judicial district of the state *)t Montana, in and for the county of Silver Bow, made on tne 9th day of Au gust, 1917, In lb** matter of the persoiui and estates of Marcus O'Farrell, Jr., and Charles Raymond O'Farrell, minors, and in pursuance of an order shortening the time of the 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 above 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 inte« esta accruing to them at any time In the future. inc!u«1 Ing their vested remainder, interest and interests. In and to that certain piece r parcel of land situate, lying and being In Butte. Silver Bow' county, Montana, anu described as follows, to-wit: All the In terest that said minors have in and to the South Fifty (50) feet of Lots Ons (1) and Two (2), and also the South Fifty (50) feet of the East Twenty-one • 21) feet of Lot No. Three (3) in Block No. 20 ( Î0) of the Original Townsite of Butte, in said county and state. Terms and conditions 'f sale: Cash In gold coin of the United States. 10 per cent of the purchase price to be paid at the time of sale, balance on confirma tion of sale. All bids and offers must be In writing and may be left at the office of Wines & Harrington or deliv ered to the undersigned guardian at any time after the first publication of this notice and before the making of the sale. Dated this 9th day of August, 1917. ELIZABETH BREEN, (Formerly Elizabeth O'Farrell) Guardian. WINES & HARRINGTON, Attorneys for Guardian. ,-— Subscribe for the Butte Daily Poet.