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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 26 May 1909

MARKET MOVEMENTS OF THE DAY TRANSACTIONS IN SECURITIES RECORDED ON THE NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE. New York, May 25.--The small wave of animation in the stock market to day during the first hour during which some effort to lift "prices was made, vas followed by a lapse into torpid conditions, which promised the dullest day for many weeks. There was traceable some influence for depres sion in the news of the progress of the strike on the Georgia railroad and dimensions which the trouble has taken on. The early drop in United States Steel threatened an interruption of the daily succession of new record prices which the security has been making, but this was avoided when it stiff ened to 61 late in the day. The be lated movement was of considerable sympathetic effect on the whole list. An advance in prices of refined cop per at the metal exchange was an nounced and there were reports that the selling price had been lifted by the selling agency of the principal pro ducers. Their reports ga...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 26 May 1909

Were Ever Love? VETRYBODIY falls in love who sees the lots in Hamin miondaddition. They ap petil to each visitor in some of their phases. If a man is seek Sing a site for a home, these lots impress him as& the be~t place he has ever seem; they wili him at once by the ,~a.uty of their locatioun d the delight of,their surroundings. If. he is, an in vestor, he, recognises at once that these lots are certain, to increase in value and that his imoney., placed here, will grow while hdl altends to other mat ters. Take the first phase of theL questiOn+-thOe home loca tion; the, ian who wants an ideal place for his permanent hlbodb finds here every condi tion that' he could desire. These lots are just far enough from the business center of the city to insure quiet and absence of the bustle of the active thor oughfares; they are delightfully situated in ,a cominanding loca tion, with the finest view in.the world always spread out before them; their surroutndngs, are all thin 4~ jQd be wis...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 26 May 1909

Daily Puzzle ... a, SURE THING. WV(, get dead sore when one starts i: To name our sins and jeer them; ,Ve like to overlook our faults But hate to overhear them. Of \lwhomn are they talking? Answer to Yesterday's Puzzlo.-Right side down in auto. ' One of today's little ads may hold the germ of S, good fortune for you. GET YOUR ANSWERS. 'Answers to classified ads remain in this office as follows: 5.-10-4. J.---1. O. P.,X.-13. I. X. L.-1. C. ,.-1. R. ('. l---1. M. C. K.-1. 1. E. G.-1. FOR SALE-CITY REAL ESTATE. FOUR-ROCM FURNISHED COT tage." Particulars at 825 Wulf ave. FOR SALE-NICE LITTLE, HOME; 50 foot lot; 5 blocks from bridge on South Sixth street; $1,200 if sold at once. Phone 444 Black. ]FUCRNISHED BUNGALOW-THREEI rooms: water in house; fenced and' planted; $350 ca.,h, balance as rent. A. N., Missoulian. FOR SALE-THREEI LOT,. IN South MiOsoiulh aedditinn: |'cxeerd 01)n planted to garden and trees; water on lots. See owner, at 701 South Fifth west. FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 26 May 1909

BUSY CORNER. f+ioia's Best Grocery We have all kinds of feed always on hand. Special for this week: 1 car good wheat. 1 car good oats. 1 car chopped feed. 1 car bran and shorts. I car whole and cracked corn. 2 oars timothy hay. Considering the market our prices are low on these groods. Special r Oranges, per dozen ........................10O ASK FOR REILLY'S, PHONE 98. THE BUSY CORNED. IInteesting Post Cards Our stock of Souvenir Postal Cards represents the latest and choicest productions. Besides all the novelties that are desirable we are showing many other lines that prove popular wherever displayed. Undoubtedly your distalt friends will be more interested In local views than anything else. We have a splendid variety of them. Come in and look these goods over. We are always pleased to show them. Missoula Drug Co. WbOL5 ALE AND RETAIL. Higgins Avenue and Front Street. Save money (in your Wall Paper and Paint by getting our prices. SIMONS 312 Higgins Ave. We are in our new store an...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 27 May 1909

THE WEATHER M IL SF.T-S Today--Falr. VFor eOOTelencAg VUI , RE Tomorrow--FLair. MMONsoullan'Y CaRI E FI .V B ' VOL. XXXV[. NO,22. 2.MISSOULA, MONTANA, THURAI)Y 1MOINING, MAC' 271, !9m!,. PRICE IVE .N. ANOTHER ROAD NOW UNDER WAY SURVEY AND GRADING WORK BEING DONE ON LINE IN SALMON RIVER VALLEY. TO REACH INTO MONTANA Rival Crews Believed to Represent Hill and Harriman Interests Are Racing for Pass in .Box Canyon of the Salmon River--Armstead, Mont., to Be Eastern Terminus of Line. Special to The Daily Missoullan. Spokane, May 26.-A special to this city says: That the Hi-llHarriman battle is just beginning to cover a wide area Is shown he reports yesterday from Salmon City, Idaho, where rival crews of the Northern Pacific and Oregon Short 'Line are racing to establish surveys which will control the Salmon river district. Actual construction work on the Gil mour & Pittsburg railroad from Sal mon City, Idaho, to Armstead, Mont., a distance of 120 miles, Is under way. Numerous grading...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 27 May 1909

Higgins Avenue Two choice 30x120 lots facing on South Higgins, are directly across the street from the Hammond addition, where lots are selling for $500 each. Am offering these two lots for $550 for both, and they are dirt cheap. *-0 Jas. M. Rhoades REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE DEALER. 1.15 Higgins Avenue. Phone 572 HAMMOND BLOCK. EIGHTH GRADE EXAMS TO BE HELD IN JUNE County Superintendent of Schools Mrs. Pearl T. Marshall announced yes terday'that the state eighth grade ex aminations will be held on June 10 and 11 at the new county high school building under the direction of the county educational examining board, consisting of Mrs. Marshall, as chair nan, and Drs. Elrod and Craig. The examination will commence at 0 o'clock sharp and the pupils will be examined in eight subjects. There will be about 170 pupils to take the work, and if they should all be suc cessful the county high school will have the largest freshman class of its history. If you desire a clear complexion take Foley's...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 27 May 1909

WOMAN'S CLUB OF MISSOULA OUTLINES WORK OF SEASON Program for Coming Year Will Be Published Within Short Time---Complete List of Meet ings and Subjects Is Interesting---Officers, Committees, Departments and Membership Go to Make Up Organization That Is Strong. Within a short time tlhe prograP, i for the eighth year of1 the W'letantn club of Missoula will be published. The club year begins on October 2, at which time the president vill makel. her annual report and representatives of the club will tell of the federation meetings in which the Missoula or ganization had a part. The program for the remainder of the year follows: October 9. Shakespeare Department--"Parlia tmentary Drill," Mrs. J. A. llrittain; "Henry IV., His Place in English HIls tory'" Miss N. J. Kettlewell. October 16. Literature Departm ent-"Parliamon - tary Drill," Mrs. George Miller; "The Place of the Novel in Literature," Prof, J. H. H. Underwood; "A Novel En tertainment," the department. October 23. Art Department ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 27 May 1909

:and & wes in=~ t'eet. Mis s !iMaontana Entered. at the postfofiee at Missoula, *tth4 t 4,..ieond-6clai mail matter. BJBCRIPTION RATES (iA Advance) Daily, one mon.th.... ....... 0...$0.75 Daily, t $ rtib ontlis.. .......2.25 1 .,ozt.. . . th ......................00 S one ar ................. 8.00 I y.one ar..................... ........ .o .tage ad4l4 for foreign countries. T TE.1LEPHONE NUMBER usainpess fflce 11Q Editorial Rooms SUS. RISlEl$' PAPERS Te1$ Mlsoutlata is anxious to give t!gbest carrier service; therefore sub ' ibt,.ers .-tferequested to report faulty delivery at. once. In ordering paper chan.ig.e new address please give old a .d.res . sod Money orders and rpheck~h~huild be made payable to h ostian Publishing Company. r!PiVRSDAY, MAY 27, 1909. - AS TO THE FOURTH. A'WWas announced in The Mlssoullan 'eOsterday morning, there will' be a mass ~oeeting at the rooms of the ch.I bert of commerce tonight to de cid'"o as to MiLaoula's course this year relative to the FbIrt...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 27 May 1909

CHANCE OF CHICAGO CUBS IN ONE OF HIS SLIDES Philadelphia, Pa., May 26.-Manager Chance is the .most uneasy man these days amonig the baseball players. Feel ing fit as:a king, he still has to keep out of the game on account of a frac tured shoulder blade, which is care fully done up in a plaster cast. Chance has been having trouble off and on with his shoulder, although lie has said nothing about it, for two years. 'He had convinced himself dur ing this time that It was nothing more Ian a touch of rheumatism, but his collision with' Gibson brought this theory to o climax and made him con suit a bone specialist, Dr. i. P. Mann. [REAT DERBY WON BY MINOB KING EDWARD'S COLT CAPTURES CLAS.C AND ..EST SBLISHES A PRECEDENT, Epsom, May 26.-King Edward's brown colt, Minoru, today justified his name, which is Japanese for success, by winning the Derby, which W'll 'be remembered always in the .annabls of Epsom as one of the finest ever run on that historic track. W. A. Rap phael's Louvars,. with...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 27 May 1909

Ral-ine Stock Pa erns " T1nk;eet Wash OdS Here Today F ,', " , ' Greatly Reduced in Price Sumnuer wash fabrics grow in beauty yet diiniish grieatly in price. Just as the summler season has begun we place evry yard of wash goods on the barngan coquter at just one-third off the p4ice. S 'TliThere is no doubtl that this is the most interesttiug bIuyhii event at this time of the year. Figierd lawns 'and batiste in all latest coloriougs, d(lark and light effects in neat de signs, plain coloPred linc-finished suitings, • ...a. "' all t(o suffer this price reduction. 10c ard13 1 Yard 13 -2-2 Yard " , . ` U iinen finished suiting in 45 pieces figured lawn andw ',Handaonii e figured batiste, solid colors, white, blue, batiste, light effects, neat "30 inchles wide, light landi green and tan; this is the Sbor da:rk colorings in figured Imuost fashionable fabric for g so with borders and striped patterns; regu- sunmmer wash suits and regular 1"e mwaslh fabric for,, hlae 20c wash fabric fbr, was...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 27 May 1909

WASHINGTON NEWS ¶THE M8ISOULIAN'S SPECIAL SERVICE. Washington, May 26.-During the tariff debate, which now rdns mer rily on in the senate from 10 o'clock, in the morning until 5 in the evening, Vice President Sherman calls on vari ous senators to occupy the chair while he rests from the humdrum of the discussion. Senator Dixon is often called on to preside and. proves an admirable officer, facilitating the pro ceesings by a strict enforcement of the iarliamentary rules. -t-- Last March 391 Montanans died from contagious diseases, according to reports to the public health ser vice here. Consumption claimed the largest number of victims, 40. Nine teen died from scarlet fever; 10 from 'diphtheria; 6 from enteric fever; 2 fiom smallpox and 1 from measles. The month proved a hard one, 252 persons being ill with scarlet fever; 220 with measles; 92 with diphtheria; 55 with smallpox and 12 with enteric fever. A star route has been ordered established between Golden and Brid ger, carrying th...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 27 May 1909

Were You Ever in SLove , E9VERYBOD' falls in love wh o sees the lots in Ham-. "f'oiioitd add ition. They ap, peal to each visitor in some of .their phasi. If ,a man is seek ing a site . 4t flonre, these lots impress hiti as the best place he 14s ever seen; they win ,inm at i*~ ,y the beauty of thirt. location and the delight of their, rttrmindings. If lie is an in-. vestor, he recognizes at once that, liese lots are certain to:, increase in vglue and that his money, plaed~ here, will grow while he attends to other mat ter's. Take th. first phase of. the question-the home loca-. tion .tfm, man who wants an ideal I~a,+ for his permanent abode~fibnds herre every cond(i tion that he could desire. These lots fire just -far enough from thle a,.bF es center of the. city to inlsure qllet and absence of thi bustle of the active thor oughfares; they are delghtfnully, situated Th ne ninmmanding loca tion, with, the finest view in the world a npays spread out before themn; .their surroundings a...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 27 May 1909

Daily Puzzle .0. 0 o© .o oOo o 00 0O o 0 O r00 a MOTHER GOOSE REVIVED. Said the spooted cow as she cleared the nmoon; "Don't believe, my friend, the nursery tune That I Jumped over the moon. Oh, no I was tossed by an auto, down below." Find the llttle dog. . 1 n . Answer to Yesterday's Puzzle-Ups ide down in skirt. One of today's little ads may hold the germ of 0 m Agood fortune for you. GET YOUR ANSWERS. Answers to classified ads remain in this office as follows: 1054--One. M. E. G.-One. J.-One. It. C. B.-One. C. G.-One. I. X. L.-One. M. C. K.-O()ne. L.-10--Six. E. P. X.--lifteen. FOR SALE-CITY REAL ESTATE. FOUR-ROCM FURNISHED COT tage. Particulars at 825 Wolt ave. FOR SALE-NICE LITTLE HOME; 50 foot lot; 5 blocks from bridlge on South Sixth street; $1,200 if sold at once. Phone 444 Black. FURNIS IHEL) BIIUNGALOW-THRE]E rooms; water In house; fenced and planted; $350 cash, balance as rent. A. N., Missoulian. FOR SALE-THREE LOTF, IN South Missoula addition; fenced and planted to 'gar...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 27 May 1909

BUSY CORNER. issoula's Best SGrocey fHood River Berries BLACKBERRIES LOGAN BERRIES Arriving Daily Special Coin Special Pork and Beans, can ............:..........10 Mo0rris & Co. Pork and Beans, can ......................10( THE BUSY CORNER, Interesting Post Cards Outr itock of Souvenir Postal Cards represents the latest and choicest productions, Besides all the rovelties that are desirablo we are show'ng many other lines that prove popular wherever, displayed. Undoubtedly your distant friends will be more interested in local views than anything else. We have a splendid vrilety 6f them. Come In and look these goods over. We are always pleased to show them. Missoula Drug Co. 0WOL ESALE AIiD RETAIL. Higgin. Aypnua and Front Street. i. ,,- ?v , ,. f Save money on your Wall Paper and Paint by getting our prices. SIMONS 312 Higgins Ave. We are in our new store and pretty well settled. We have the finest furni ture salesrooms in the northwest and our stock is in keeping with the store...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 28 May 1909

1THE WEATHER m H E T)A TT YFSRSTIP VOL. XXXVI. NO. 23. MISSOULA, MONTANA, FRIDAY MORNIN O, MAY 28, 1909. PRICE FIVE CENTS   wan a w AV w v -- I- - - - --- MUCH OPPOSED TO TOBACCO USING PRESBYTERIAN ASSEMBLY GOES ON RECORD AGAINST USE OF THE "WEED." RESOLUOION IS ADOPIEO Notwithstanding Opposition to Smok ing or Chewing on Part of Ministers or Laymen, Convention Says It Is All Right for a Presbyterian Judge to Grant Saloon Licenses. Denver, May 27.-That clergymen and laymen should not use tobacco; that it is not customary to the princi ples of the church for Presbyterian Judges to grant saloon liceen.,es, and that it is not contrary to the princi laymen shall Inquire into a method to be pursued in seminaries In teaching "modern theology," were the princi pal matters approved by the general I assembly of the Presbyterian church today. The clause regarding tobacco came in the consideration of the re port of the temperance committee. Discussion of this report dragged through the morning...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 28 May 1909

South Avenue wo choice 30x120 lots facing on South Higgins, are directly across the street from the Hammond addition, where lots are selling for $500 each. Am offering these two lots for $550 for both, and they are dirt cheap. -o Jas. M. Rhoades REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE DEALER. *16 Higgins Avenue. Phone 572 HAMMOND BLOCK. MISSO LA EAGLE BAND TO PLAY THIS EVENING Providing the weather is good this evening, the Missoula Eagle band will giVe a public concert on Higgins ave flue, under the direction of the leader, J. K. Witzman. The concert will be gin at 9:30 o'clock. The following ielections will be played: March-"Joyce's Seventy-first RIegi ment" ...................... Buyer Selection-"Chimes of Normandy".. . ............... ...........Planneette I Solo for horn-"Spring Awaken ing ...................... ... I uch Excerpt from "Ernani" . ....Veri I Concert waltz--"An Evening in Munich" ............ ..... Witmian I (By Request.) Comic Tatoo ............................... .Farbach I T...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 28 May 1909

1EW BILL [E1EliJ BY LARGE CROWDS CAPACITY AUDIENCES AT GRAND THEATER-FAMILY CLOSES AT THE HARNOIS. At the Grand theater last evening the new week-end bill was greeted by a crowded house at every perform ance, the size of the audiences, as a matter of fact, being just a trifle larg6r than the capacity of the play house. The new program proved to be all that was promised for it, and each and every act.reeeived its liberal share of applause. It is difficult to pick tale best nat in the Grand's pro gram, as all are a great deal better than the average. Angela May and J. Louis MacEvoy, in a comedy sketch ANGELO MAY, AT THF 'RAND. introducing plenty of music, are first on the bill. Miss May has a fresh, strong,- well-trained voice and an at tractive personality. She sings well, and Mr. MacEvoy is a clever comedian. "The Russian Peasants" have some educated dogs th-t are acrobats ,anci comedians of ability, and this act was probably more popular with last even ing's audience than any other...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 28 May 1909

Published Every Day in the Year. S : UBLI4SHTNG CO. 1P ,$` Ta Wed t Main Street, Mis x. 4 uiai Montana. Entered t he postfofice at Missoula, tontrna., a pecOnd-la5s mail matter. - .:.RIP ION RATES (in Advance) aly n ment .......................$0,76 Day'three monoths..................... 2.25 Daly sixmonths.............................. 4.00 Daily; one year..................................... 8.00 Weekly, one year...... ........ 1.60 poste4r a4&46 fqr fpreign countries. TELEPHONE' NUMBER Business Office 110 Editorial Rooms SU9B() 8It$#' PAPERS The fMiseouthan' is anxious to give the ust carrjer service; therefore sub ber.kAr requepted to report faulty ielivtrv at once. In ordering paper ars to new address please give oId a rees also. Money orders and phetle dhhould bp made payable) to b,! Ju*t12lian Publishing Comptiy. - UIDAY, MAX 28, 1909. GOOD ADVERTISING. An eastern man, calling at The Pttis soulian office yesterday, said that Missoula is the best advertised town) in the Un...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 28 May 1909

in e Of S sports BWS WRITR WASRIEll flY_HF[ENA BUTTE WINi PFRM SALT LAKE ANb BtNATORS NOW LEAD THE TLEAGaJE. STANDING OF.THE CLUBS. Intermountain League. Club, Won. _Lost. Pet. Helena ...........::12 6 .667 Salt Lak :.............11 7 .611 Butte .............. 9 1 9 .500 Boise . ............ 4 14 .222 National League. Club. Won. Lost. 'Pet. Pittsbutrg ...2.22 11. .667 Chicago .......... 1 13 .618 New York ... :. 13 .53 Philadelphia . 1...5.15 14 .517 Cinelhaittt ..............17 18 .486 Brdoklyn .......13 it .433 St. Loul 1............. 4 21 '.400 Boston ...11 21 .344 American League. Club. . Won, Lpt. Pet. Detroit .......... 20 12 2 Philadelphia .. 16 12 .47. New York, . 10 .171 Boston ...........11 14 .ll1 itt.` Louis .. 15 15 . (OQ chicago :... 15 is 15 o Clnveland . 14 17 .453 Washington t... 8 22 .267 Helfna, May 27.--Helena shut out Boise with. ease today. King Was in the box for the Isrigators anq was hid hard ;durinig the rst-ofrfn pngs1 but after that hepit i dch' 'sht t ',...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 28 May 1909

B$1t1terick Spyem'' ff PNcLial Prices' P4f c .1aW~rxis]al s u1 i t O TH~ AR'This Week Specy Values This$W k in IS ANI DRESS GOODS T season's latest and approved faglnies at reduced prices. For suits, dresses and one ,piece gowns there isyi wide range of materials to select from. li 1bR SSGOODS itI,,'iil 3 aincheo wide, light and bark gol rings, in the correct light weight tocomply with this 8 ia. 6u's dress and suit styles. 75e Values for, Yard 4$e N' nIN(ý SILKS ýI s ;apbeen an exception g''.,ood . r ft sils, the Shtid-finishi silks having the r tater demand. We still have afl exxellhiit assortment of exclusive silk dress patterns, which we place today on the bargaiin oaunter. Figured Mlessalines and satin-finished Foulards, $1 Aun 1!2E Values for, Yard 89c rIFAFFET"A ')IlKS-27-ineli wide chiffon-finished taffeta silks, good weight and an excel lent wearing quality for waists or petticoats, $1.25 and $.35 Values for, Yard 95c NM1%L M rf~I TRA M4YIONS IN 8ECURITIE$ RECORDED ON THE N...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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