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M'S TRADING
Tend Toward Lower
During Short Mar
ket Session.
k. Oct. 24.—While the 1 railing
i limited to two hours 1
of Liberty day, dealings «
exchange were materially r<
e trend was aeavy, howeve
rails breaking 1 to 3 point
yielded 1 to 2 pol
sagged and utilities indicated
i. Shippings almost alone
pt from pressure. Irregular
mding to a point or mon
: final operations. The closing
Hales approximated 275.000
ds were lower with further
actions In the Liberty issue at
the
loday'i
opening
c exchange was much
; presumably «if the general ob
IJberty day. Changes at the
r the same irregular charac
recently noted, shippings
picuous strength while in
■ hesitant and rails increas
Union Pacifie broke 1%
"ding 1%. Oreat Northern a
other aetlve transportation
id almost m much Utilities
renewed pressure, partlcular
ctions. A block of $500.0««
; sold .at 99.78 with later sales
OCAL MARKET.
ig were the closing quota
he local exchange today:
nming ..
rizona . .
Bacorn ..
Iwhackar
I < 'zar
Falls
London
I lange
Rolidated
1.42
32.00
.03 %
Extension ...
Canadian ..
IJfe Montana
Extensa»«
lack ......
I Elk Basin
MONEY MARKET
Oct. 24. -Mercantile pi«per
60-da> bills. 471%;
11s on hanks. 471.
470%. demand, 1
commercial
commercial
5%; cables
Demand 577%: cables. 575%
-Demand. 42% cables. 43%.
"mand, 786; cables. 785.
Demand 13 40 cables. 13.60.
Hinds, steady
y, firm; high.
4: dosing hid. 3V
4 per cent.
LAND LIVESTOCK.
. Ore.. Oct. 24.-Cattle—Ke
market slow Best beef steers,
i; gootl heel steers. $7.75*9.00
cows, $7.25 (»7.85; ordinary t«»
, $4.004i 6.50: best heifers. $7.00
Us. $4.O04i 6.75; calves, $7.0«*
ker and feeder steers, $4.00*
leipts, 935; market weak.
$15.75# 16.00; prime heavy,
pigs, »14.00*14.50 bulk.
ceipts. 756; market strong,
mbs. $14.00*14.50; valley lambs
yearlings, $17.50* 18.00;
$12.00* 13.00; ewes. $8.50(1 10.50.
CAOO LIVESTOCK.
Oct. 24.—Hogs -Receipts. 20,
't strong, 15c above yesterday 1
Bulk. $14.806-16.40; light, $14.26
lx«*d. $14.60*16.70; heavy. $14.55 |
$14.45*14.80; pigs, $10.25(1
dpts. 20.000: market firm.
$6.80^17.00; steers. $6.004i
kers and feeders, $6.004311.40
heifers, $4.76# 11.00; calves.
eceipts, 24,000: market weak
»12.75; lambs, $12.50*t 17.75.
LIVESTOCK
.—Hogs—Receipts, 2.600;
dy to strong. Heavy, $15.40fr
I. $15.50()15.70: light. $15.00*
$13.00*115.00. bulk of sales.
Receipts. 7,700; market steady
Native steers, $9.00*> 16.00;
heifers. $4.50*9 00; western
00*13.00; Texas steers. $7.00*
cows, $7.00*8.75; canners.
stookers and feeders, $6.00
Ps. $8.50*12.50: bulls, stags.
[17.50.
Receipts. 22.000: market steady
$11 50* 12.75; wethers. $11.004»
$10.00*11.00; lambs. $16 00*
--land
METAL -PRICES.
Oct. 2*—Tha 'metal
rtes tin firm, 61.50* bid.
; and unsettled at 6.60, nom
ex
nnd easy: Bast St. Lamia
7.WH*8.12%.
£247 15s; futures. £247 5s.
Ä, £80 10s: futures. £2* 10 s.
IBE F0H THE POSf
FUT RESTRICTIONS
But Prices Advanpe Despite
New Rule of Board of
Trade Officers.
dire«
. 24.—Action by Board of
•s banning all new pur
as«-s of November and l)ec*'mber dé
criés of corn failed today at least tem
rarilj to »«* *i«i down prices. Openlnc
otatlons, which c hanged from %<• off tc
like- advance, with December $1.14%
• $1.15%, and May $1.09% to $1.10%
c.re followed by a sharp upturn ul
round.
1 Tices rinsed nervous 1% to l%c lit
ith December $1.16% to $1.16%, an«
lav $111% to $1.11%.
oats sympathized with the advance o
!
«»visions
higher prices
dally «le«
ie quota n
on iiogs and
i-lopeil sudden
n. High. I a
l% $1.16% $1
>% 1.11% 1
cap«
• 21.35 :
No. 2 > ellow
$2.0341-2.05;
---- 27.70
51.00 21.17
. $2 044i 2.05%
No. 4 yellow
•als !
vint -
d <U 01 %C.
ltye—No. 2. $1.81%.
Barley—$1.15*1.37.
Timothy- $6.304l8.25.
« 'lover—$18.0041.24.00.
NEW YORK STOCKS
('ni
Oct. 24.—Today's closing
the exchange follow:
t Sugar (bid) ........ 75%
I ..................... 41%
A Foundry .......... 67
America I
Anacond;
Atchison
Baldwin IxM-omotiv
American Zinc. Lea
Bethlehem Steel "11
Butte & Superior
Baltimore A Ohio
Smelting A lb-fining
Sugar Refining ....
('upper ...............
ul Smelting.. 14
ladian I';
•ific
'entrai leather .............
.'hesapeak«* At Ohio .........
'hicago, Milwaukee A- St. Pu
'hicago, H. I.& Pacific Rv.
'hit
upper
28%
Colorado Fuel A Iron (bid» ..
Columbia Has and Electric
California Petroleum (bid) .
Corn lToducts ..............
Crucible Steel ..............
Cuba Cane Sugar ............
Erie ........................
General M«>t«»rs .............
(■reat Northern preferred ..
««« «Hua- .
Inspiration «'upper ..........
Int. Aler. Marine pfd...... ..
Kennecott Copper ........... 33%
1-ouisvlllv A Nashville ......
Maxwell Mot«»r Company
Mexic-an Petroleum ............... »
Miami ('upper . Ä
Montana )*©w«r (bid) ..............
Midvale Steel 45%
Missouri Pacific ............. 27%
Nevada Copper ..................... 18%
New York Central ................. . 72%
Norfolk A Western ................106
Northern Pacific .................... 95%
Ohio Cities Has ............ 40
Pennsylvania ...................... 50%
Pittsburg Coal «bid» .............45
Ray Consolidated Copper ......... 22%
Reading ...... 73%
Republi« Iron A Steel .............. 79%
Sinclair Oil ........................ 34%
Shattuck Arizona ................• • 20%
Southern Pacific .................... 88
Southern Railway ................. 27%
Studebnker Company .............. •'-*%
Tennessee Cupper .................. 13%
Texas Company ....................145
Tobacco lToducta .................. 5'»
Union Pacific .......................Hh%
United Cigar Stores ............. 94
U. S Industrial Alcolml ...... 117%
U. S. Rubber (bid) ................. 58%
UnUed States Slee!...........P'4%
PIMI
Waht
Westinghouse Fleet
Wlllys-Overland (ei
BOSTON
Canada Copp
Calumet A Montana
on the curb follow
Atlanta ..........
Baltic ............
Begole ............
Boston FI:
Butte-Nevt
Barnes-King ............ 1
.Butte Copper Zinc ----- 83
Belmont ................50
Bill. Asked
York
:
Ooppermincs
Goldlield ('on .....
Goldfield Merger .
Jerome Verde ...
I-«Rose
Profit Sharing .
ohm Copper
Tonopah Belmont
BUTTER AND BOGS
24. -r- Butter, higher;
cases, uiicltuiiged.
j.
T.
4'hicago. Oct
rreamery, 38%* 12%«
Eggs, receipts 7,63
WELL-KNOWN MATRON
ANSWERS FINAL CALL
Mr. Nellie l«üi». wKe of Hmteiek •
died et 12 :M o'clock thie morruoe Jt Uve faro
II» l.M»ef M6 Coirfoni* etc««,
, «i C- - — .c oodiiBm» nf thin com
who was
munity.
three
survived* b> her hu h ban«l and
„ John, aged 13 yeai>. Michael, aged
0 years, and Bernard, aged 4 year*, and a
( daughter. Mary. age*l 7 yean*:a tutor.
,j r. Sullivan, of Butt* : a Mr*. Joh
Callahan, of San Vr' u. s well !
1 in-law Mrs. Julia Hile>. ol wuiw. u* w»<
£ her mother and two brothers. Bat; and Mj .
a sister. Ellen Shea, in Ireland. mM.
L«hy « a member of the I*di~ CMc
Benevolent association. * the^îr
..«etertakina uarlofs are attending to tnc
UDderUkliw perlore m»e •>«<
rmnvementi. for fhe filorrel-_
FOOEY!
a i»«y youth 1« CM*«W Pr"»
A usele»*. we«llhy l 'alf
He »pende hei« hie Um«- wondering j
how
He'll epvnd the otllrr half.

WANTS ONE CENT A WORD
WANTED
YOU SHOULD he earning more money;
let u« help you; be
successful; telegra
pliers receive $100-$25
Ü monthly; positions
guar;uitee«l; qualify four months, largest
school, if you think you're ambitious, In
vest igat ion will pros
e it. Butte College
Telegraphy, l^ewisoh
n Blk. Phone 380-J.
AM PREPARED t
» hajulle Montana
ranches in large a
nd small tracts and
mrlii'it listings of j
laces for sale and
guarantee satisfaetio
n. IS. S. Shield«, 12&
West Broadway.
A WIDOW with
two small children
wiahea position as
housekeeper. Will
work verv reaaonab
i-OSt.
e. Address 99, car«
WILL PAY « 'A
f from 15 t
location; prefer
must be right.
Broadway.
WANTED— We pay tbe highest price for
•n's discarded clothing. Phone 5753-W
and w-e will call.
WANTED—<!irl stenographer who has
me knowledge of ho«>kkeeplng. Bailey
h and Realty Co., 4S E Broadway.
WANTED—Posit
y c-xperien«-e«l «-lerk
lothing store in Montana,
ire Post.
HELP WANTED—MALE
'I VI L SERVICE EXAMINATION lor
postmaster at Butte November 14. Ex
amination open to all « itizens and ap
itoient to competitor making highest
k. Complete course of instruction
and sample examination papers obtain
able from J. 1 «conard, (former Civil
Service Examiner) Kenoia Bldg. Wash
ington, 1*. C.
WANTED—Fiest-class solicitors and col
lectors. State age and experience.
References. Good salary. Address Solici
tor and Collector, care of Post.
SEE OUR WINDOW for celebrated
Whale-Bak Stag Shirt*. It defies all
sleet and blizzards, $10. Big Four Tailor
ing Co., 73 W. Park.
GOVERNMENT WAR positions open.
$100 month last free. Franklin Insti
tute, Dept. 229H, Rochester, N. Y.
WANTED—A first-class furniture ware
house man. Baxter Furniture Com
pany. 20 West Broadway.
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.
TVorapt,- courteous* treatment-. E. S.
Shields. 126 W. Broadway. Real estate,
inert ranee, rentals.
MONEY LOANED «»n real esate security.
N. L I«eonard, 605 Dalv Bank Bldg.
BATH AMD MASSAGE
ETHEL CAMPBELL masseuse, bulb,
massage Rm 31, Silver IRiw Blk. W.
Granite st. Toadies, gentlemen. Phone 6055.
HAT TE IMMING
HATS made over and made to order in
latest styles. 53 W. Pari , room 4, up
stairs. French Hat Shop.
CARPENTER WORK
ALTERATIONS. REPAIRS, JOBBING.
Leo S. Ross, general contractor. 111 B.
Arizona. Phone 334.
DANCING
DANCING every night m Tipperary hall,
2128 1 .«eat her wood.
MINING.
FOR LEASE AND BOND, goo«l gold
property with mill and a recortl pro
ductnin to its credit, in Helena district.
A. B. C.. Daily Post.
PIANO TUNER
JUYON, piano
Second-Hand Goods Wanted
HIGHEST PRICKS paid for
shoes, hats. trunks. to«
3567-W.
SHOOT > BUR 17
MILTS FROM 8I1TTE
i
i
-
I
Feat Accomplished in Record
Time Few Miles North
of Elk Park.
To bag m yearling cinnamon bear weighing
100 pound.», within 17 miles of Butte, is the
feat accomplished by P. A. Clark, vice presi
dent of the Sheeps hearers - union, and Rob e r t
Rail of the Overland-Albe»' Aut«i --------
Thc femt was accompliah««! in record time last
Sundliy mo rning. a few miles n«»rth of Blk
park
The huntemen left ut 6:30 o'clock in thc
! morning in an auto and four hours laUr.ton»
. the bear. Five shots were fired, two
q{ whkh miase ii. According to Mr^CUrk. the
^ both struck thc bear in the
"JJJ ^ wound«!, the animal made
for the brush, forcing the htt ^^"]°a t Kl k f
snow for a mile and a half
before they succeeded in killing htm with a
well-directed shot between the shou decs.
The bear was »hot within - - —
j
_________ Oct. 1. the «ret dejr of
the huntine eeeeon, bened e *,
• where Mr. Clerk.
wile of
___ dur of
-point puck
"S' o Terlor end Williem Peeen eeeonu»
oirf M—i cLrk .nd l-.il O. leet Sund«',
trip, hot they were trarkine »■> »
Une.- ewey
when the heer wee Mut.
FOR RENT
FOR RENT ~Wiîr rent my tailoi
and gents' furnishing store fo
and a half years. Rent $2 •> Wil
fixtures fur term of lea
For particulars see my agents. Su
Glrrolr, 356-8 Phoenix Blk.
FOR RENT—Com fort abl\ furnish«
room bungalow including piano
sponsible parties. No children
Oreg«»n ave. Call evening« b«-tv
and 8.
KAYN IlMTEL 16 \v Galena
and rooms, ull outside and up-t<
moderate rent; under new management.
FOR RENT— Two front hous*
rot»ms, hath, light, watt-r, $22.5(
«»ne housekeeping room. 926 S M.«
<-k from Second street car
eelsior. Call at 311 West Silver I'hone
4858-W.
FOR RENT—Store room 18x100 3-year
lease. 209 West Park. Slemons & Booth.
1C West Granite.
FOR RENT—Two ami three furnished
housekeeping rooms, mmlern 934 Cali
fornia ave. I'hone 3689-W
FOR RENT—Four rooni? for light house
keeping, $17. Phone 3M28-W. 153« B
1 1« furnished fiai
»R RENT— Six-room he
l.'ora Terrace: rent $!'» i
Falkenstein A Co., 31"-12
PN »R bent - Two rot
keeping, also singh
lushed. Apply 43 \\
FOR RENT
and pape re
able.
FURNISHED ROOMS
MODERN FURNISHED
day. Rates by week or
Granite.
NICE NEW furnished outside roon
»Id water, $5 per week up.
». Phone 1595.
BEDS, modern rooms; reasvnab'e
Reynolds A McDowell Block, 23'
Colora «lo,
FOR RENT Ne
ROOMS $2 50 per week. 332 S. Mail
Fo." Rent — Furnished Houses
« »ne floor <
: urnished.
tor. Place.
more of rnod
CHILDREN OARED FOR
ALL AGES, by day. week or month
Prices reasonable. Experienced woman
In charge Butte Maternity Home. Phone
1530 _
BRICKWORK CONTRACTORS
ESTIMATES for brickwork, chimneys.
fireplaces, lobbing. John Tandy, 315 W.
Galena. Phone 1493-M.
COLLECTIONS
MONTANA 'V 'OLLBerïoN AGENCY?
T. D Butterfield, manager. 13 Silver
Tk>w Bio* 4 . Butte. Montana.
MATERNITY HOME
BUTTE nT-VIFK-NITY HOME. Prices
moderat« Your own choice of doctors.
903 Nevada ave. Phone 13^0.
PERSONAL
WIDOW t
rieeo. Cal.
PLUMBING AND HEATING
J. A. FRANCIS, plumbing and heating.
Heating plants that hast. 380 K. Main
Fhooe 689. __
j
LOST
AUTO RKPAIBING
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER 1
GENERAL CONTRACTOR and builder;
alterations and repairs; all kinds store
and office fixtures built to order; esti
mates furnished free; our work guaran
teed and prices reaso n a b le. R. 8.
Sweeney, phone 1886.
REAL ESTATE FOR SAI^E {
ni? wrwT^tooîPh^
foundation,
toilet, clothes
lots, desirable locatic
Uawnents. New 4-ror
$2,250; small payr
like
ba thr
ont. Ne
4
fuel house and two lots en
111 fence; $1900 on easy pay
Four brick houses of 4 (rooms
excellent condition and «.-Its«- in
about $80 |>er mouth, pr
FOUR-ROOM new
builtin features,
of plumhiug, sew
lar, on large lot ;
bungalow, large j-«M»i
enamel bat hr«nun, best ]
•r connection, go«td <-el
$2.500. $350 c;i>li. bal
t. Butte l^and and In
I'uR SALE—)8-i
<-k flat, building
FOUR-ROOM miKlern cottage, toilet and
hath, on two lots near street «iflr line
$1.900. $150 cash, balance »30 a month,
including interest. Butte Land and In
vestment t'o., 19 W Granite stre«|t.
fUX-ROOM modern brick on wmU aid«
I'rice $3.300 »1,000 «ash. iMdadce ar
range. Steele A Anderson. Ill E 'Broad
1190 buys lot 3. block 4, Daly addition
$10 down. $5 a month. Butte Lmd and
FOR SALE -Two-room frame bom
moved off ground, south Midi.
Sarles A Glrrolr, $56-8 Phoenix
lot ln BeHevUe
THREE-ROOM bungalow on 4Si
ieely furnished. Price for a
terms. Steele A Anderson
FOE 8ALE
FOR SALE— Ne
Phone 6103-\Y.
.. gall r
117 E. Second street
FOR SALE CHEAP—Model
FURNITURE FOR SALE
'ALE- Furnitu
FURNITURE of 3
«eap. 226% W
4692-W.
ROOMING HOUSES FOR SALE
FOR SALE 29
«»use and fu
$195
rent, heat, wal
$3,300. Eleven
heart of city, re
halan ce monthly.
p, rent, heat an«l water. $7o
ce $1,150. $700 cash Von Fall
Co . 310 Phoenix Blk Open «•'
FARM LANDS
j l>est <>f shape:
ransient house.
$500 Mill handle.
>oms g»MK] furni
Lter. $170 month
stein
480
utln
200 acres tillable about 100 acret
be irrigated: all fenced and cr«j«es-fe
>dns national forest r«jser\|e; 4
iog house, barns, sheds, etc. : «me
from K. K. station and s«.hool 3 to
head horses, farming machir|er>.
for all $7.r»00; $2.000 r*as)i. l-aiance
Steel*- & Anderson. Ill F p.njtadWH
FIRE INSURANCE
YOUR HUM F i« not fire pr«|«>f but my
companies are. 1 should like to tell >ou
why W. D. Fenner. 23-4 Hirjjour Block
Telephone 5778-J.
THF STRONGEST home alnd foreign
c«»mpanies at lowest rates, Siemens
A Booth. Phone 102.
SEWING MACHINES REPAIRED
ANY SEWING MACHINE repaired bj
«>ur experts for $1 Sewing machines
rented. Sewing machines suld on easy
terms. Exclusive agents f«*f th«- New
White Rotary. Brownfield-Canty Carpet
Co., 54 W. Park. Phone 1304.1 Anaconda
Branch, 308 E. Park ave. )'ho|ne 143 Red.
TYPEWRITERS
TYPEWRITERS. SECOND-« AND— Ex
relient values at pncaa from $12.50 to
$60 at the Remington Typewriter office.
105 W. Broadway Butta. Mont. If you
are looking for a good second-hand ma
chine at a low price we've got Just the
machine you want. ;__
ELECTRICAL TREATMENT
UP-TO-DATE electrical arid drugless
treatments, also ozone trejatment for
colds, catarrh, bronchit*, etc. Mn». French
Neeiy. 40 Sliver Bow Bhtg IPhone 2593.
BOYS MACKINAWS
HJNCH1L.IFF—Butte agent for Cache
Knitting works of Logan, Utah. Phone
8807-W. All orders made to measure
Will be pleased to show samp'as
OLD FALSE TEETH WANTED
DON'T MATTER if broken. 1 pa> $1 t«»
$15 per set. Send by parcel post and
receive check by return mail] L Mazer.
2007 8. Fifth Street. I»hilade|phla. Pa.
Butta. Mont
To tha Stockholders of ti|«e Montana
Spindle Top OU Company:
The annual meeting of the stockholders
of tha Montana Spindle Top Oil company
will be held at the principal j office of the
company, at 43 K. Broadway. Butte.
Montana, on the 2»>th day of (]>ctober. 1917,
at the hour of 10 o'clock a., to., for the
election of directors for the (ensuing year
and for the transaction of! auch other
business as may properly roipe before the
Stock transfer bdoks will
the evening of October 20, 1917,
meeting,
cloeed
and reopened « the
the 29th. 1917.
MONTANA SPINDLE TOP OIL CO
By J. E JENNINGS, Secretary.
Supporting the Government
This is a time for every citizen to support
the United States Government, and many
are doing so at considerable cost or sacri
fie to themselves.
We have joined the Federal Reserve Bank
ing System established by the Government
to give greater financial stability and strength
to the member banks and protection to their
depositors.
You can give your support to this great
Government enterprise
and also obtain its pro
tection for your money
by becoming one of our
depositors.
THE SILVER BOW NATIONAL BANK
OF BUTTE CITY
Send for Booklet, "How Does It Benefit Me?"
HMRAL RESKffVE
SVSTXM
r
MODERN BRICK INCOME, CU>HK
ne looking it up.
lephone me. «»r ch
ul 1 will be very
V..
J
of the State of M<
id fu
sabeth McGillick,
Carroll, and ali «
n, claiming, ur v
f-ight, title, estate
ho
ughi
■i (lie real prop
erty described in the complaint, or any
thereof, adverse to plaintiff's ownership,
or any «loud upon plaintiff's title thereto. ;
whether su« !i claim, .<r possible « '.aim, !
be present or contingent, including any
claim or possible claim of dower, inchoate
ur accrued, defendants
Tu Edward Carroll, and all other per
sons unknown, claiming or who might
any right.
lie
nbrati
properly deacribad in
any thereof, adverse
iheretu. ur ownership,
plaintiff's title there
<-Uim. or poasihh da
contingent, including ;
hie f-iaim of dower, :r
defenuants.
whi< h is hr«
of the clerk
is herewith
- I upc
«»py « f which I
and
upon the plaintiff s attorney w.
ty (20) days aftei service of
mons. exclusive of the day <
and ji case of your failur« 'o
tnswei. judgment will be tak«
you by default for the relief de
the complaint.
:
the
•t-orde
Involves the till«
following described land, to-w
nineteen (19). In block nineteen
the Noyes and Upton Railroad
to (he city of Butte, accordini
official plat and survey (hereof
die in the office of the « lerk and
of Silver Bow count ^.Montana.
The nature «»f the teiief sought h
plaintiff is as follow.«:
Plaintiff seeks to quiet her title to sat
prern-ses as against said above name.) d«
fendante, and particularly against an
and all claims of said prrsor « in and t
any right, tale, estate or interest in sai
against
nded in
i
of
or,;
pren
ag-.ii
id ail in
gainst ail «i«>uds
Ie. against all claims
of dower, inchoate or
which is alleged by the
plaintiff in her tomplaint to be adverse
to her ow nership of said premises
«SEAL) Witness my hand and seal of
aaid court this I9th day of September
1917.
OTIS LEE.
of the Above Entitled c ourt.
McINTYRE, Deputy « *lerk
Meyer, attorney for plaintiff.
there«»!
upon plaintiff s till
or possible claims
('lerk
Bv H. A
William
!
j
,
NOTICE INVITING PROPOSALS FOR
Fl RNI8H1NG HA1 AND GRAIN
FOR THE CITY CORRAL
Sealed proposals or bids f«>r the fur
nishing of hay and gram f«*r the city
fx>rral are hereby invited and w-ill l»e re
ceived by the cdty counnl of the city of .
Butte to be filed will, the city ck-rk at
or prior to 7:30 o'clock p m. October 31.
1917. Said propositi.« or bids will t*
opened at the regular muetlng of the city
council to be held October 31 at 7 30
o'clock p. m. at the council chamber.
The hay and grain mentioned being
Five carloads timothy hay—first grade
Three carioads-—oals—A No. 1.
A c-ertifed check payable to the <-ity of
Butte by a responsible bank for an
amount which will not be leas than It)
per cent of the aggregate of the proposai
or hid shall accompany each proposa' or
hid to be considered as liquidated dam
ages if the requiremeqgs in the way of
contract and bond are not entered into
within 18 days after the a war«) has U en
made. The city council reserves the right
to reject any and all bids.
C. H. TRJCACY, City Clerk.
Dated October 12. 1917.
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THE POST FOR THE NEWS
Dalv Bank and Trust
Company
—OF BUTTB—
(Established 1882)
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS—$400.000
DIRECTORS:
Charles J. Kelly, John D. Ryan,
Marcus Daly, C. C. Swinborne,
R. A. Kunkel.
OFFICERS:
CHARLES J. KELLY......President
JOHN I). RYAN......Vice President
C. C. SWINBORNE..........Cashier
R. W. PLACE......Assistant Cashier
W. C. RAE........Assistant Cashier
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
A CLARK J ROSS CLARK
W.A.CLARK&BRO.
Bankers
Established 1877
ALEX .1 JOHNSTON........Cashier
I. K. IIESLET.....Assistant Cashier
Transact» a General Banking
Business. Accounts of Banks,
Corporations and Firms Will
Receive Best Terms Consistent
NVith Good Banking Methods.
Interest Paid on Time
Deposits
Boxes In Safety Deposit Vault
Established 1877.
1'irst National Hank
of Butte
Capital aad Surplus $6*0.009
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY.
Member of Federal Reserve Bank.
ANDRE W J DA VIS....... President
S; DUTTON ..............Cashier
J F. STEPHENSON.. Asst. Cashier
GhO. U. 111LL.........Asst. Cashier
Travelers' Checks and
Foreign Exchange Issued
NOTICE ÏU CREDITORS.
>tate «*f Majori« Me
Cfttice is hereby giv
ned. T J Harrtngtoi
estate «.f Majorie
»dito
having « la
tirst public
administra
Building. 1
agai
the
OGgail. decease«!
i by the under
administrator ol
McDougall
f and all p
d de<
1e
ise«J,
sary
the
saul
room 419 Herrn
or,tana, the same being
ihe place for the transaction of the busi
: of s:«i«l estate, in the county of Silver
Bow state of Montana.
HARRINGTON, ,,
The Estate of Major •
M< Dougall, «le« eased.
Dated Butt* Montana, tl3rd day «-f
NOTICE OF DIVIDEND.
The Barnes-King Development com
pan> has declared a dividend of $40.b00,
I wing 10 cents share, payable Novem
l»er 15. 1917. to ail stockholders of record
October 25. 1917. The Security Transfer
and Registrar Company. No. 66 Broadway,
New Y'ork. N. Y . is the transfer off « «a
of the company, and all stock should be
in the name of the owner.
J«'>HN E. OOP.KTTE. Secretary.
Bu'te. Mont.. O tober 2. 1917
NOTICE «
tr.« t Court <*f the I n
the District of Mon;;
Bankrupt«
upt.
irge Johnson hank
7^
ditors «»f «îeorge J.«) risen «.f
Butte, in the «-ountv «*f Silver How. and
«lL«tri*-t aforesaid, a bankrupt :
Nott«e is hereby given that on the lath
»lay of October. A D. 1917. the said
«ieorg« Johnson was dui> adjudicated
Itankrupt an«l that the first meeting of
Ins creditors will tx held at the offices
of the undersigned referee. 16 West
Bruedway. Butte, Montana, on the lr«l
.ember. 1917, at 1 39 «»clock
in the afternoon, at which time the
creditors may attend, prove their claims,
appoint a trustee, examine the tiankrupt,
and iransa« t such othei business as may
properK come l*efore said meeting
KRANK W HASKINS.
Kefere* in Bankruptcy.
Date«! at Kutte this 23rd day of O» tober.
1917
RTOCKHOLDERB NOTICE
The sixth annual meeting «*/ the stock
holders after the extension of the in
<-orp<»rHii«»n will be held at the rorapanv'a
office. 48-54 West l*ark street, at 4
©«Hook p m. on Monday. November 5,
1917, for the purpose of electing trustees
for the ensuing year and transacting any
other busineas that properly' com«« before
the meeting.
JAMES A. CANTY. Preaident.
WM. RROWNF1BL1). Sec. and Trees,
Dated October 24. 191T.

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