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First National Bank of Whitefish, Mont.
F. B. QR1NNELL, Pres. H. E. HOUSTON, Vice Pres. C. H. JENNINGS, Asst. Cashier. H. C. WEGNER, Cashier. Capital, $25, COO. 00. Surplus and Undivided Profits, $6000.00 Transacts a general banking business throughout Western Montana. Interest paid on time deposits. Yes, It Is a Good Invest ment, But I Haven't the Money! llow many times lias tins boon said? How many times have YOU saidit? A chamv routes for a good investment : but you eunnot take it. Will you always In' in this predicament? It's up to you. Why not save a portion of your salary each month, even it it is only a small amount, then you will soon be able to look for a place to invest your savings, for a small account grows fast if you start a Hank Account with us, ami make a deposit every month. We are glad to extend to our depositors every assistance and accom modation consistent with safe banking. Start your account Today. 9 Si 77 77 77 77 77 77 77 v ? • • ? ? What Is It ? ? See This Space Next Week 77 77 77 77 77 77 77 77 oe OF LOCAL INTEREST ■.* «WTrwTr>rw'»r>rw'»r»fW'»r Scott Jaqueth was in Kalispell last Fri day. Miss Lottie Brown went to Kalispell Tuesday. Judge M. J. Sullivan spent Tuesday at the county seat. Post Card Valentines; large variety. C. A. Matthews. Mr. and Mrs. H. Dannhisser spent Sunday in Kalispell. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Forciun spent Tuesday in Kalispell. John L. Barker was a visitor in town Monday from Kalispell. George Mulvaney returned Sunday from a trip to Spokane. J. A. Samson was in Kalispell for a day the first of the week. A tine line of Funke's candies just re ceived. Dodds, the druggist. Mrs. J. M. Kraemer returned Wednes day from a trip to Spokane. Little Alice Dodds has been quite sick the past few days with influenza. Mark Cole, who has been sick for the past two months, is now convalescent. The Cash Store has just received a large invoice of masks, all kinds and prices. W. Golluow has sold his shoemaking business to A. Wagner of Lewistown, Mont. Palmer's Perfumes, Toilet Waters and Talcum Powders. Try them. Dodds, the druggist. County Attorney J. H. Stevens and Sheriff O'Connell were in town Saturday from Kalispell. The new Lincoln issue of postage stamps will be on sale at the local post office beginning today. Rev. H. M. Green of Kalispell exjiects to hold Episcopal services in Skyles' hall on Thursday night, Feb. 18. The bill to create the Glacier National park was scheduled to come before con gress for consideration yesterday. Mrs. R. S. Eberly went to Columbia Falls Saturday, upon receiving word that her father, N. Willoughby, was quite sick. A wrestling mat has been put down in the tire hall, and wrestling and boxing exercises are being indulged in by local athletes. J. A. Beiden has been laid up for the past week from a cut on one of his knees, received by falling upon the sharp blade of an axe. Mrs. N. E. Kester and Mrs. F. M. Collins endeavored to drive to Columbia Falls Tuesday, but had to turn back on account of tüe snow drifts. Kester & Micho moved their box ball bowling alloy on Monday to the building formerly occupied by the Oriental Trad ing Co., on Second street. Two nurserymen, representing an east ern firm, have been in town for over a week taking orders tor spring delivery. A great many people are buying trees. The Depot Restaurant. The finest and cleanest place in town. Our service is excellent and prices are right. $4.50 buys a $5.00 mealbook. We lead, others try to follow. Chas. Scheffer, Mgr. "Out of so much local talent, we sure ly ought to have somebody who can lick that man Johnson," is aremark attribut ed to Denny Kelley, as he watched the practice bouts at the local gymnasium recently. a in his on Mrs. Wm. Meade left Tuesday for Midvale. Valentines from :1c to $1.00 at The Cash Store. E. W. Hamilton was in town Saturday from Fortine. hitter D. D. Lewis was in Kalispell the part of last week. J. J. Johns was in Kalispell on busi ness last Friday. Miss Maggie Avery was in town Sun lay from Kalispell. Thousands of Post Card Valentines. C. A. Matthews. Roy Young and R. D. Peloquin drove to Kalispell yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Grant have moved into the Stoner property. Edgar Bugg went to Kalispell last Fri day and spent the day there. County Commissioner J. E. White was in town Tuesday on road business. Born, to the wife of Kay Van Slyke, Thursday morning, Feb. 11, a boy. Don't forget to buy your masks for the Masquerade Ball at The Cash Store. Mr. and Mrs. Stoner left Saturday for Kalispell, where they will reside in the future. Rev. W. B. Eakin, temperance organ izer, spoke last night at the Methodist church. Fishing through the ice on Whitefish lake is a sport that is being indulged in by many. Buy your Kodaks, Cameras and Sup plies from Coram-Welch Drug Co., Kal ispell, Mont. E. D. Mabry is now located m Bonners Ferry, having accepted a position barber shop there. Miss May Riaeh won first prize in The Pilot's news item contest last week, Miss Florence Eluaitt getting second prize. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Geddes spent Mon day in Kalispell, where they attended the lecture given by Governor Hanley in the evening. Representative Hutchinson has given notice of tiie introduction of a hill to pre vent the manufacture or sale of adult erated drugs or foods. The Somers Lumber Co.'s dam south of town was opened the first of the week and a bunch of logs was run through, in order to make more banking room. Frank H. Cliittick, in sending in his subscription to Tiie Pilot from Thief River Falls, Minn., says that his thoughts of Whitefish will always be pleasant ones. A. Raymond, who has been visiting relatives and friends on the coast, is now visiting his daughter, Mrs. W. T. Cole. Mr. Raymond expects to remain here for about a month before returning to his borne in Alberta. a and is W. T. Cole reports the loss of one of his best cows. The animal walked out on the ice on the river to get a drink and broke through, ami by the time she was taken out her lungs were so filled with water that she died shortly after. If you have property in Whitefish which you wish to sell, now is the time to begin advertising it. With the ouen ing of spring there is certain to be an act lick ive demand for real estate ; in fact, this demand has already started. During the the past three weeks The l'ilot office has had more inquiries in this line than in as many months previous to that time. Eat at the Depot Restaurant. T finest meals for 25c. Chas. Scheffer, Mgr. ^ J. 11. Matthews went to Kalispell yes-1 terday. Fireman II. E. Card came in yesterday from Essex. Tiie rotary was ordered to the moun tains yesterday to light snow. Maurice Murphy was in town yester day from Kalispell on business. Mrs. J. G. Riaeh leaves today for Seattle, where she will visit a while. Jess Dewar came in this week from Kalisi>ell and visited with old friends here. Mrs. R. S. Eborly is still using crutches as a result of the fall she sustained Iasi week. Passenger tram No. 3 was delayed about 10 hours yesterday by a snow slide near Fielding. leaves today for she will remain Miss Clara Shiels Portland, Ore., where for about two weeks. R. A. Edmonson lias added to bis un excelled strain of thoroughbred chickens by shipping in some high class birds from the east. Marshal Wm. N. Parent is in corres pondence with a man in the east who is figuring on Whitefish as a location for a family theatre. This is the one hundredth anniversary of tiie birthday of Abraham Lincoln, the great American to whom the whole na tion bows in reverence. The suit of the county against Joe Kyle and wife, which was to have been tried in the local justice court yesterday, was postponed until Monday. II. C. Karow, superintendent of the Somers Lumber Co.'s Whitefish mill, left Sunday on a business trip to points east of here, lie may go as far as St. Paul before returning. Mrs. Wm. Wohrman sustained a rath er painful injury this week by running a large needle deep into one of her hands, the doctor's services being required to re move the needle. James Roddy of Kemmerer, Wyo., was in town Tuesday, looking into the details of the death of his brother, Luke Roddy, who was killed at Lupfer last month by being run over by a passenger train. Mr. Roddy will settle up bis brother's estate, and expects to reside in tiie county permanently. * SCHOOL NOTES Lillian Hyde was absent from the seventh grade the first of the week. The seventh grade pupils have been put through the tests this week. "Whew !" they say. The primary grades have prepared short programs in the observance of Lin coln's birthday. Clarence Lamport returned to school Monday after an absence of a week or more on account of illness. Mr. Christensen of tiie hoard of educa tion visited the primary rooms Thursday. Come again and stay longer. The Lincoln centennial will be observed in the upper grades Friday by reminis cences of the great war president. The following are the new pupils enter ing this week: Roe Baker of Columbia Falls, Rolland and Eddie McKeelry of Minnesota. ong books for the fifth and sixtli came Wednesday. Thursday of as The grades morning the fifth, sixth, seventh, eighth and ninth grades sang together in the opening exercises. Br'or Fox and Br'er Rabbit still afford no end of amusement to the third and fourth grades. All agree Br'er .Sparrow got "his" for tattling. Map modeling in Miss Mahan's room last Friday proved most instructive and entertaining. Some of the pupils manifest no little artistic ability. Algebra would prove doubly entertain ing were It not for the plus's and minus's However, the ninth grade are laying hold in splendid fashion and pret ty soon they will he "letting X" stand for a multitude of evils. The school has recently [received dire threats from some of its patrons. The substance of which purports to mean sundry visits ts the various rooms, let us know beforehand so that we may have on our "Sunday" manners. At the parents' meeting next Friday night opportunity will be given parents to ask any pertinent question (H-rtaining to school work. The relations between parents and teachers will lie discussed, some of the salient points of the Mon tana school system will be touched upon and probably a paper on the physical na ture of the cliild «ill 1 h' read. The meet ing is not an experiment. It is a step toward the making of the Whitefish schools second to none in this part of the state. Parents are requested to take hold of this co-o!>erative scheme, not merely according to the amount of capital in vested, but according to civic obligation and Inmnden duty. IN SOCIAL CIRCLES **êé*9******99**éé*** The members of the Methodist Ladies' Aid society are making preparations for an Easter sale. * The Intermountain club gave another of the enjoyable club dances last night, about the usual number of members being present. 9 Arrangements are being made to secure Masonic hall the second and fourth Tues day afternoons of each month for the Woman's Civic club meetings. Miss Maude Hubbard, who lias been visiting with her sister, Mrs. Percy F. Dodds, tiie past two weeks, returned to lier home in Kalispell Tuesday. 9 One of tiie specialty acts which will be given at the Royal Neighbors' drama will be a song by little Marguerite Collins and Janice Black, entitled "Playmates." 9 A special meeting of the Woman's Civic club is called for tonight, when all members arc requested to be present. The ladies will meet with Mrs. J. Dun can. 9 Sleigh riding parties hold favor at pres ent among the leading social pastimes, especially among the younger set, and there have been numerous excursions of this kind during the past week. ♦ A number of Whitefish people attend ed the dance at Columbia Falls last night which was given by the Bachelors' club of that place, and pronounce it a grand success and a most enjoyable affair. 9 Among the leading events scheduled for the near future is the dance next Monday night, which will be given by the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen, and the masquerade on the night of Fob. 22, by the fire department. 9 A silver tea will be served at the Meth odist church Wednesday, Feb. 17, from 2:liU to (i p. m., to which everybody is cordially invited. The ladies who will serve during the afternoon are Mesdames M. C. Phelps, O. W. Plymate and Ben Kaiiiay. 9 At the regular meeting of the Ladies' Aid society of the Methodist church, which was held Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Chester Conlin, the following officers were elected lor the ensuing year: President. Mrs. J. A. Monk; vice pres ident, Mrs. Brvce Plymate; secretary, Mrs. II. E. Duebter; treasurer, Mrs. Chester Conlin. 9 The Royal Neighbors of America held their regular meeting last night in Ma sonic hall, at which time they installed the officers recently elected for the en suing year. Delicious refreshments were served during the evening by Mesdames Wohrman and Skyles and the Misses Kathryn Murray and Marie Slioaf. 9 The Woman's Civic club met at the home of Mrs J . Duncan Tuesday night, at which time considerable business of importance was transacted. The ladies decided to give a card party Tuesday evening, February 111, in Masonic ball, which everybody is urged to attend. Re freshments will lie served and an enjoy able time is anticipated. 9 Harlaud Knowlton and Chas. Bullar treated their young friends to a sleigh ride last Friday night, those in the party being Misses Jessie Smith, Christine Civilians, Lillian Hyde, Hannah Powers, Lillian Abbott, Norali Riaeh, Galva Bar niu, Muriel Pauline, and Messrs. Jesse Grant, Everett Bardin, Ernest Powers, James Dermond, Arthur Sutton, Clarence Lamport, Stanley Malcolm, Elmer Evans and the hosts. After a ride around town they proceeded to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Knowlton where refreshments wore served and games of various kinds were played. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Doeb Mrs. R. W. Larter and Mrs. J. A. l'uckridge entertained on Saturday eve ning at a "hard times" party in the Larter log house at Lakeside. The guests came appropriately attired for the occa sion, and a pleasant evening was spent at dancing, after which refreshments were served on tin plates, in keeping with the plan which was carried out. 1er, Air. and Mrs. Puckridgc, Mr. and Mrs. Larter, Mr. and Mrs. Dawson, Mr. and Mrs. Maiden, and Mr. and Mrs. Goddos; Mrs. Meade, Mrs. lavs; Misses Riaeh, McCannon and Kelly; Messrs. Anderson, Tenner, Coffey, Lindhe and Vernon Larter. 9 Mrs. J. K. Connelly and Mrs. P. J. McCabo entertained the ladies of the Altar society yesterday afternoon. * Mayor and Mrs. E. II. Snyder drove ren, to 25, to Columbia Falls yesterday to attend for the the bachelors' dance at that place. 9 Prof. H. L. Gloyde has Ix'cn appointed to head the degree team in the W. O. W. lodge, and is now getting the goat under control. 9 Portland papers of this week announce the engagement of Mr. A. Loob and Miss Dollie Bloch, both of Portland, the mar riage to take place the coming spring. Miss Bloch is a sister of Mrs. Henry Dannhisser and is well known both in Whitefish and Kalispell, and her many friends here join in extending hearty congratulations. 9 The Woodmen of the World installed a number of officers on Wednesday night, who were unable to lie present at the regular installation. A degree team was also organized at this meeting, which will begin work at once, and a number of interesting features made the meeting an enjoyable one. The W. O. W. is getting to be one of the most active lodges in the town, and there is something doing all the timj. OLD HUNTER ADVISES HlfiHER BOUNTY F. to be all pres and of club next by Fob. from is will Ben home year: pres Mrs. held Ma en were the of ladies ball, Re Bullar sleigh party Bar Jesse Evans town and kinds Joe Werner, the old bear hunter and guide, was in town Saturday from his ranch at the head of Whitefish lake, hav ing drove in over the ice. Mr. Werner states that his partner, Annuel Dester man, is still trapping in the vicinity of upper Whitefish lake, and this makes it necessary for him to remain at tiie ranch, so that he has not done any limit ing for mountain lions or lynx this win ter. Tiie old hunter gives it as his opinion that if the legislature desires to take any action for the protection of game, a most effectual move would be to increase the bounty on mountain lions, as these ani mals destroy more game than the limi ters. As an illustration, Joe tells of two lions lie killed last winter. In the vicinity of the place where they lived he found the carcasses of eight deer, all of which had been killed within a few weeks, and the animals keep up their murderous work throughout the year. The beasts are not plentiful enough to pay for hunting them exclusively, and yet there are enough of them to get away with a vast amount of game. With a higher bounty, however, the lion hunters and trappers would get busy and would soon rid the country of most of the lions. I ; ; not the of to that not end, way ifest that able new gle NOTICE OF MASS MEETING A mass meeting of the citizens of Whitefish is called for Tuesday night, February 10, when the committee ap pointed to look into the matter of organ izing a Chamber of Commerce will re port. The meeting will be held at the council rooms, beginning at 8 o'clock. A full attendance is desired. COMMITTEE. Noble Outcast Doeb- ; France A. eve the guests occa spent ; ^ ou ' Or "Jerry the Tramp" Given Under the Auspices of the ROYAL NEIGHBORS OL AMERICA On the Evenings of February 24=25 Skyles' Hail CAST OF CHARACTERS Gerald Weston, Jerry the Tramp...... ...................... Joe Cavanaugh Col. Lee, a southern banker. .Joe Hamill James Blackburn, his nephew........ ......................A. P. Sheridan Jack Worthington, Blackburn's rival.. ...........................Mr. Lowe Mrs. Lee, wife of the Colonel........ ...................Mrs. F. M. Collins France, a disputed possession........ ...................Mrs. Harry Landis Sadie, faithful but free. .Mrs. Jesse Black SYNOPSIS Act 1—The home of Col. Lee. Jack and France become engaged. ApjH'ar ance of Jerry the Tramp. The Colonel discloses the fact that France in not his own daughter. Blackburn's attempt to bribe Jerry. "No honest dog would bite the hand that fed it." Act II—Jack and France to be married. Jerry appears as Robert Graham, tiie father of France. Sadie and Jerry be come very sociable. Blackburn induces Jerry to take his daughter aw ay. "Stop, you say you are her father, then prove it. Until you do so she remains here, and none but the law shall take her from me." bill, no tiie to is of by of in to Act III—Jerry's hut in the woods. Blackburn presses his suit. Jerry at tempts to kill Blackburn. Appearance of detective. "Touch her and I'll brain burn, out. i rupt. and finale. Act IV—France refuses to see Black Col. Lee finds himself a bank- j Jerry returns as the real father of 1 "Go, I am avenged." Happy MONTANA NEWS FROM WASHINGTON Washington, I). C , Feb. S.—The failure of lieneral Charles S. War ren, the presidential elector commissioned to carry the returns to Washington, to appear here as required by law on Jan. 25, excited much amusing comment in eastern papers and was apparently re garded in some quarters as serious. The general appeared this week done up in plaster to support a broken arm or badly I strained shoulder. He called on Senator ; Carter, who went with him to make ; peace with the vice president with a view not only to avoid the $1,000 tine which the law permitted the vice president to impose, but likewise to secure allowance of his mileage. General Warren ex plained how his arm had been broken by falling on a slippery sidewalk a few days liefere the Montana electors were called to meet. The vice president remarked that it was fortunate that his arm and not his head had been broken. In the end, however, the general was not pen alized, but on the contrary received a certificate for mileage and went on his way rejoicing. Tiie good opinion of Hon. Fletcher Maddox as the chief law officer of the bureau of internal revenue is made man ifest by a $500 increase in his salary over that paid his predecessors. IIo will now receive $5,000 per year. A pleasant indication of the harmony which prevails in the Montana senatorial delegation is shown by the selection of Richard A. Harlow to represent the Treasure state at the inaugural ball. In many states the senators have been un able to agree on a selection for this im portant social function and it happens in consequence that a friction which is known only in the senate cloakrooms is announced to the committee in charge of inaugural proceedings through failure to agree upon an inaugural representative. It is now pretty well settled that the new Taft cabinet will not embrace a sin gle member of the present Roosevelt cabinet. to Senator Carter's postal savings bank bill, one of the pet measures of the ad ministration, is still tiie unfinished busi ness of the Senate and its author is losing no opportunity to press its consideration whenever the way is left open by regular appropriation measures. The debate tiie senate has filtered through the house to such an extent that it is now believed that the members of the lower branch of congress will insist on the subject being taken up ut the south end of the capitol. Speaker Cannon, who has been very de termined in his opposition to postal sav ing's bank legislation, is now said to be assuming an attitude of indifference. The debate is hanging in tiie senate on tiie amendment proposed by Senator Cum mins, the new senator from Iowa, who is opposed to protecting the savings de posits from garnishment proceedings and whose amendment removed the legal protection thrown around public moneys and also proposes to throw out of the bill the clause which prohibits all employes of the Government from disclosing the amount of any depositor's account except by direction of the postmaster general Finally the Cummins amendment pro poses to do away with all securities for savings funds deposited in batiks and to take personal or security bonds instead Senator Dixon's bill providing for the opening of the Crow reservation to settle ment, with an amendment added reserv ing 5U0,000 acres ot land for tiie purpose of establishing thereon a horse breeding station, will probably be reported by the house committee on Indian affairs. Sev eral hearings have been had on the measure during the past couple of week in which representatives of the Indian Rights association have taken an active part. It is authoritively stated that an agreement lias been reached acceptable to all parties interested and the measure will be favorably reported and enacted into law before adjournment. Congressman Pray has introduced a substitute bill for one formerly intro duced by liim which provided for the di vision of Montana into two judicial dis tricts. The new hill provides for the creation of an additional judge for the district of Montana rather than a divi sion of the state territorially on arbitrary lines of demarcation. Tiie resolution introduced by Senator Carter providing for a survey of Poison barber and an estimate for dredging channel and driving piling to protect the same lias passed the senate and has been put on the rivers and harbors bill, as lias the bill of Senator Dixon which provides for the survey for a ship canal through Kalispell slough, Stillwater and Flathead rivers and the lake, which insures the favorable consideration of both measures by the present congress. Congressman Pray's bill which provides for an extentiun of time in which settlers ou lands within the Huntley reclamation project may make payments for the same has been favorably reported by the com mittee on Indian affairs and will go on the appropriation bill as an amendment. at STOLEN GOODS RECOVERED Chief of Police Parent captured a man named Charles Drew Saturday, who was wanted for breaking into a forest ranger' cabin at Essex nnd stealing some things, lie was taken to Kalispell the same day After arriving in Kalispell the man confessed his crime to the sheriff, and stated that the stolen goods were euched in a deserted cabin near Whitefish Sheriff O'Connell came here Tuesday to look into the matter, and the stolen ar tides were found and recovered. j of 1 DOONAN & WILLOUGHBY Plumbing and Heating Phone 6o Central Ave. iPilot Wants? RATES—One cent per word each in- £ aertlun. No ad taken for le»» than 10c. V rOlt RENT HOUSES FOR RENT— G. W. Avery. FOR RENT—Eight-room house. Ci. W. Avery. Apply FOR RENT—Five-room log cabin at Lakeside. K. W. Larter. FOR RENT—Two-room bouse, furnish ed. Inquire Mrs. R. S. Eberly. FOR RENT—Three-room shaek at lake side; $5 per month. G. E. Davis. FOR RENT—Newly furnished rooms, Burlington house. Mrs. Win. Parent. FOR RENT—Five-room house, close in. Water, wood shed, chicken house. In quire H. C. Wegner. FOR SALE—Sixteen and a half acres of land; close to town, along river bank; nice spring creek runs through place; a bargain. Inquire at Pilot office. OLD PAPERS—For sale at The Pilot; lUc (ht bundle. .OBGING—Tlio best rooms in town. Furnace Heat. Baths in connection. Mrs. J Duncan. MISUEL.I.ANKOUS FOUND—A knit shawl. Owner can get same at The Pilot office. WHITEFISH DYE HOUSE-A11 kinds of dyeing, cleaning and repairing of ladies' or gentlemen,s garments. TO TRADE—100 acres of stump land, two miles from Whitefish, for house and lot in town. Inquire at this office. WANTED—To hire teams to haul wood on railroad right of way; by the cord or by the month. Apply C. E. Davis, Whitefish. WANTED—A few more customers for hand laundry. Gentlemen's work only. First class work. Address Mrs. H. W. lVasley. PERSONAL—Anyone acquainted with Mr. L. R. Guilford, engmi'er, will con fer favor by rending his address to The Pilot office. Something to his advan tage. Important. FOK SALK FOR SALE—Dry wood, by the rick or cord. C. M. Knowlton. FOR SALE—Furniture of three rooms; cheap. Inquire Pilot office. FOR SALE ords, $25. ■Graphophone, with 50 rcc Inquire Pilot Office. FOR SALE—Three-room house. Cheap and on easy payments. A. R. McKeen. FOR SALE—Flathead county and Indian reservation maps just published. G. W. Avery. FOR SALE—Four new pianos. Can lie seen at Mrs. W. T. Cole's, agent for Orton Bros. FOR SALE—Stationary wood-sawing out fit; six-horsepower gasoline engine. Price $275. Inquire at Pilot office. FOR SALE—Any course in International Correspondence Schools up to $100, for a big discount for cash. Inquire at The Pilot office. FOR SALE—Clarinet, with case and mu sic stand; cost $75 when new; is in good condition ; will sell for $30. In quire at The Pilot Office. FOR SALE—I offer tor sale House and l»t 10, in Block 37. Inquire of Archie Chisholm of Wardner, Idaho. FOR SALE—Four acres of land near town, with four-room house. Suitable for chicken ranch or gardening. Price, $800, part cash. Inquire at this office. FOR SALE—Five-room house, with base ment; two lots. Water in* house. A fine residence. Price, $2,500; $1,000 cash, balance on terms to suit. In quire Pilot office. FOR SALE— 100 acres on Whitefish lake, two miles from town. Fine lake front age. Land mostly hilly, but some low level land and considerable bench land. Lots of poles and cordwood on place. A nice running spring, so located that it will irrigate several acres of the best land. Price, only $800. Terms if de sired. Inquire at The Pilot office. There are hundreds of people in White fish who can testify as to the efficiency of Pilot want ads. They bring results. It pays to advertise in The Pilot, be cause it is read by practically everybody in Whitefish and vicinity. Jos. Reed REAL ESTATE AGENCY Address Care of Ed. McConville Whitefish Plumbing Co JOS. MA UGH AN. Prop All Kinds of Plumbing Work Promptly Attended To Tin Work, Stove Repairing and Other R epair Work Thornber Bldg. Tel 10, Central Ave