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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 30 May 1909

IACI'7N ý4Fcý BA BALL .Mm a '3 6Th y It /\+ / i FIMM It tORTl CHICAGO CUBS BREAK HARVARD MEN PROVE SVANBER OF SWEDENCAME DICK HYLAND IRATES'_WINNING SUPERIO_ CAPTURES DERBY FALLS BEFORE STREAK CRIMSON ATHLETES WIN IN NA- / WINS BIG MARATHON EVENT TIONAL INTERCOLLEGIATE AANT FIELSO EGH VICTORY OVER PITTSBURG PUTS TRACK MEET. IN SLOW TIME. CHICAGO BUT ONE GAME STURDY CALIFORNIAN GIVES BEHIND LEADERS. STANDING OF THE CLUBS. National League. Club- Won. Lost. Pet. :Pittsburg ......... .... 22 12 .647 Chicago .......... 22 13 .629 Philadelphia ....... 17 15 .531 New York ...... .... 16 15 .516 Cincinnati ........... 18 19 .486 "Brooklyn ......... .. 15 17 .469 St. Louis. 15 22 .405 Boston ........... 11 23 .324 American League. Club- Won. Lost. Pet. D etroit .................. 22 12 .647 Philadelphia .......... 19 12 .613 New York ........... 17 12 .586 P oston ..... ........... 15 16 .484 St. Louis ........... 15 16 .484 Chicago . 15......15 17 .469 Cleveland .............15 17 .469 TW a...

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. — 30 May 1909

iý1i t i'OR E .) APPRtO. r4ls toy '4e Dahily 11W~Mi~ :ý, eflte, , day ` ,L l {.; in )venpvll~e uras ;,admied yeaterday in, qrze "of, he, large diftly wi d yws pf,y thie .4,tevpn~v1Ile; Meroan ~cent ea pýy tilpuen ~a & ratle to listenes ,attracted he. a ;tiqo º,f '' e- asra-.>ry, to thlree ;graves - v111h -were mad~e {Out of gregn, sod. Se )lt t lcv was +repr a4d.y, s e a sty1e ~o . ,e .'n " u. p of ,the )Revd'ittI8I ,arar, ~abasr~g the Inscrixftion 'An A slO wtour ,;dad , oeoas» 17,144, ±t um'b~a4s',standingqby °thlp. *ttI '4b r~iand. resting 4fl-the , ton10. ,eo~ AMU~ -tseoofld : stonef pomar"'~tg the Civil war and the w~orhtmg I sdbillar to that on, the trird, with ~i~ 0o~ejdOft di. the dates,.h insri~ItIpnI. b p , Imemory of oast etoa, A. baaeztirn malwden ids stanlhi2~g "by he. - Iht- uthe 1t'4th-"her~iahd oft the - ` tonq,- ýilvirtg' just entered -the enp' et*Vy. '!ia'e ,t toe 4piate s. ii*tn q4;@Ed.Jhn (fighagg 4s~ý aagg a AN bsf4op . Jy ,tig lj; 00ggick ,;here ,,y~te y...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 30 May 1909

WORK TO BE RESUMED MONDAY ON MISSOULA'S COURT HOUSE N E M NEW MISSOULA COUNTY COURT HOUSE. Tomorrow morning work will begin in earnest on the new court house, all of the material of which is here. 1 The foundations are well seasoned, and a good start was made on the first story last fall. Now, with every thing here, a large forte of men will be rut at work and Contractor Oliver expects to rush the construction to . completion without delay. The greatest care has been exercised in the selection of the plans and in the choice of material; there has been some provoking delay at times, re sulting from this extreme caution. on the part of the commissioners of the county, but it has been for the pur pose of making doubly sure that the structure would be all right and, on that account, there has been patience on the part of the public. A. .T. Gibson is the designer of the new building. On this page are pie tures that give an excellent idea of the plan and arrangement of the new building. T...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 30 May 1909

F (dulian Class Ads Hrmg Sure Results W~ouIla 01I E lislate Tha* Warrad Tt tiut Conshidale Eksr iug torT Is the bott pri ie on two choice b4p,, closc in on West. Spruce s t,l with two fr dts; tlihots are full 30x130 feet 4'ack, 1nakid) fFontage of. 60 fee on. West Spruce and (M t o Toole aven4 . a two houtsei on' tl se lots that relft's5teaclily for $30.00 fer nmp1ih; :one four-to 1r anf ciout three-room; both: pss tered; stone..founn;ibon; eity jvater in 'lbi pe'. Here is a.15tper. cen in vestment in elobe i#- in f ac t insideprojprty that is absolutely, sure. to rapidly increase in value. This is ceftainly a splendid buy; half cash will handle this. $5,ooo For a busine 'wlot close in to the bridgek (o South Hig jt aveiaie;, lot 90x140; fronting en South Higginu. 'his' property is suime to he. come business propert. in the very. 1ieau, fliture 4 and there is no qo(1fl(Jhi about its ,future n'4 vancement. I consider - -this oneli og the very c"hoicN t inmestmentas in Missoula; one t...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 30 May 1909

A Dependable Medium of Sale or Exc1iahg c n 0 The MM@Wa Ad One of today's little ads may hold the germ of good fortune for you. GET YOUR ANSWERS. Answers to classified ads remain In this office as follows: 1054-One. M. E. G.-One. J.--One. I. X. L.--One. C. (.-One. O. P. X.-Fifteen. M. C. K.-One. X. N.-Five. HI. 5-Three. L. 10-Five FOR SALE-CITY REAL ESTATE. FOUR-ROC M FURNISHED COT tage. Particulars at 826 Wolf ave. FOR SALE-THREE-ROOM HOUSE; water in yard; lot 30x130. 713 Cooper. FOR SALE-THREE LOTS, IN South Missoula addition; fenced and planted to garden and trees; water on lots. See owner, at 701 South Fifth west. rlEAUTIVUL MISSOULA IHOME; 7 large rooms, modern, partly fur nished; cement walks and cellar; '5 fruit and ornamental trees, berries, garden; two-story barn, 12x30; any reasonable terms; $3,500. Phone 238 DANCING LESSONS SURE! WE CAN 'PEACH YOU TO Lance. Classes Wednesday and Sat urday, 7:30 p. in., at. Elite hall. Private lessons at any time. Call at Paxton block. Mr....

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 30 May 1909

Hittn BUsY CORNER. tiA Best Grocery -Our store will close at 1 o' 1ek Monday for Decora tjIni day exer(cises. Will open at 7 a. in. Ties daA7, with a full line of every t ung on the market. Phone 98 THE BUSY CORNER. elv er y Don't heaitate to call Phone 16 ýnd ask us to deliver your drug wants during the tine the bridge out. It makes no difference how large or; nmall your order is, we Ilad1y send . it without extra harge to you. V carry a full line of drugtg and drug stor a cessories. Missoula Drg Co. WHOLESAJE AND RETAIL Higgina Ave. and Frdnt St. PHONE 16 Save money on your Wall Paper and Paint by getting our prices. S p9O4Ps 312 Higgins Ave. We are in our new store and pretty well settled. We have tlo finest furn1i ture saiesrooms in the northwest and our stock, is in keeping with the store. We will be glad to have you call and see how we are situated. You will be pleased, we are sure. 1Vý.iSons; RNER HIGGINS AVENUE AND PINS STREET. Complete House 'nd Office Furn COLONIAL PARLORS...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 30 May 1909

RESERVATION EDITION T H E EDITORIAL SOO M ISSOUTLA, MONTANA, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY '0, 1909. '.3Y 3" r P a°†††††††c~o~r's ON Decorationi day thousands of men, women and children throughout the length and breadth of the land will gather in the various cemeteries and lay garlands upon the last resting places of the soldiers that have laid down their lives in defense of their country. In practically every city hosts of veterans of the civil war will gather and hold reunions to speak of the past, the anger and passion deadened by the lapse of time, while at 10 na tional homes more than 20,000 men will usher in the day thankful that the United States, of all nations, is a republic that is not ungrateful for services performed under its flag. The veterans of the various wars, notably the civil and Spanish-Ameri can, who went through the conflicts unscathed are constantly in mind. There are the Grahd Army of the Re public, Loyal Logion and Army anti Navy union, splendid organizations to whic...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 30 May 1909

AN EXCEPTIONAL PLAY AT THE HARNOISII W RLEN WILFRED ROGER, GWLADYS WYNNE AND CHARLES DALTON IN A SCENE FROM "THE SERVANT IN THE HOUSE" Missoula will see the strongest com pany of actors in "The Servant in the House" that has ever appeared in the famous play. During the past season Henry Miller has presented two strong casts in the play, both of which have won a series of triumphs in eastern and middle-western cities. When Mr. Miller decided to send the play on a tour this summer to the Pacific coast, he combined the two companies, se lecting the pick of both organizations. He has retained four of the first cool pany that swept the play to a really wonderful triumph in New York city a year and a half ago and chosen the other three players from the all-star western company. Charles Dalton, former star of "The Sign of the Cross,' plays the Drain Man; George W. Wil son, the original king of "If I Were King," former star of "The Old Home stead," co-star with James T. Powers in "A Tin Sol...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 30 May 1909

DIE~ IkrUeJ Jf ywyy5 One-piece sutit YTrock. oft ITE business wdman maty be~ coolI in summner-she must benet Iff she is neat sh wllu t n rate look cool, and that wil be a cause faro dev out atitdeonr theDenesCr fiery furnace of a uyofc hog Correct Unffarm sweltering July and Aug~s wethe.o~.--.-~. . . noTwadys thenl the.ner b lusiestdfuad gir ofa th bete cass whs pojij The Separate Cost Appesrs Again. tion of attIreanwhssaaywr skrsutiththectoe rants an investment in the very best little head on her shot-lders a and some of fhe- acumnen and good judgment ~t-otpcaa that have raised her to the position Thesecots ar enbhwinlih4 . - she occupies and expended on her rat wegtbodltcvr naeg- sa~ mernt; and though hcir hdd abelckiin th fvrie touhmne a very pretty ene, covered wii a qetcasaese.Qemo weailth df sunny haithesudsye h tinzsi a'iual judgment inside w\ill prohibit an ag- liesnotial n Ill ers gressively Inetursu hatn fromhdcc orto ingite foarm jornesmo nd frnom todelsdntIsthem sareshlo...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 30 May 1909

' 1fl.Y ?dISSOULIAN Piablished Every Day in the Year. MISSOULIAN PUBLISHING CO. 129 and 11 West Main Street, Mis souna, Montana. Entered at the postfofice at Missoula, Montana, as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES (In Advance) Daily, one month..... ..........$0.75 Datly, three months..... ........ 2.25 Daily, six months.................................. 4.00 Daily, one year...................................... 8.00 Weekly. one year... ............. 1.60 Postage added for foreign countries. TELEPHONE NUMBER Business Office 110 Editorial Rooms SUBSCRIBERS' PAPERS The Missoutlian is anxious to give the best carrier service; therefore sub scribers are requested to report faulty delivery at once. In ordering paper changed to new address please give old address also. Money orders and checks should be made payable to The Missoullan Publishing Company. SUNDAY, MAY 30, 1909. WESTERN MONTANA In as compitte and accurate a man ner as is possible, The Missoutian this morning presents...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 30 May 1909

3µr ''sr.ý. rýý ", wt t 4y Pleasant as the past week has bdcn in social ways, many neglected its arrival and reluctantly saw it pass for It ended, for the season, the meet ings of several of the most popular clubs. On Saturday the Woman's club adjourned until the fall when the always enteresting question of a club house will be taken up with renewed enthusiasm and energy. At the present time plans for the summer occupy the greatest amount of at tention from the greatest num ber of people, and vary from a trip to the Seattle exposition to a tent pitched by a stream in some attrac tive mountain spot. To make up for the usual summer exodus to the "stay at homes" a number of visitors will spend the summer in Missoula and mitny social functions are planned for their benefit. Successful Dance. Une of the most pleasant affiyirs of the season was the dance Tuesday night at the Elite hall, given by Pythian Sisters, Clara Temple No. 11. Trie arrangements were made by the following committee: ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 30 May 1909

do. In one little forlorn railroe town the improvement association distri ~ htited seedB and offered priaen end lng with a flower show when the sea son was over. Conditions were un favorable and twenty-three children, '.F t 5" ... fhcalled "The Weed Pullers," wsre sif gaged t cut down every. burdock on the village streets. The other chil dren hooted, and the tiny weed pullers felt that life was hard for a time, but t / /in the end they met with signal vic tory for they were called on the stags at the time of the flower show, were U.XVTHA lubliqly thanked, and beet of all, HAT o d wit th bo in s t put1 IrL o wokin in he ellwere given tickets galore' for big sumwhc tinweinsolvedion er dishes od ice cream Thus twenty whc snw en ove ne arth. It is a solution that gives three aching little backs were focgot rt by the boy farmers who are do pleceant occupation and InterestX h ten in the joys of twentyItbrqe little $ng a thriving business wvhere school child wilc lie is. about t :t stomýa/...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 30 May 1909

" T C., ..r :y1 b'I scC .a. 'tSs' :Ab:" \4. ýý t" it. ý"r Y,.S}::tit":'::i}}:;::iii}'.i}::.:::;^'."'r ii:':t4ti}",:. ....... '' :iii:%:: `>:::i:o:};r};:!c. ý:: r.;:"£: 01e o7-'- 2- Gtlýzs LB Fe vucýý ..Q.I'Tlý rpllll'1Srý'I jýlýfý jýcsýllrZ`Ol1 A S THE history of man is largely a record of war, it seems but natural that there should have originated the idea 1of retaining the weapons of the defeated foe and to keep them as relics and examples of prowess for the coming generatimns to gaze on and reflect upon the cour age of their fathers. The disarming of a vanquished foe is necessary, for the best way to keep a man from fighting is to take fromn him the means, and then, too, every one has instilled within their soul a longing for something to show for that which has been accomplished. Every tribe and every nation un der the sun has its trophies of war. The natives of the innermost portions of the Dark Continent have their spoils taken from neighboring tribes, and while they may be...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 30 May 1909

iL brExtrardinarAtation- cia SAs Most BZA t mEATEit T1I4 WEST Theatrical Tain fro HOn "The most beautiful play of all ages."-Chieago Daily News. "The mnost ,remarknlble pilay in the English Ian'guage."-I'Iurper'R Magazine. N SA Y "iThe greatest play of tue generation."-New York Evening Post. "A work for the world to see and ponder upon."-Chicago ke(ord-l herald. V TR$ 1RAMATIC SENSATION Of' THIS SEASON AND TH LAST 1MR MILLER'S ALL-STAR CAST O3 ASSOOATE PLAYERS THE SERVANT IN THE HOUSE B~~~I CiAft ES RtANK REN1 EDY e M1st 'Celebrated Play on the American Stage Presented .by the Strongest Compaany of the Season & THE CAST INCLUDES CHA1 LES DALTON, GEORGE W. WILSON, WILFEED ROGER, LIZZuIE HUDSON COLLIER; MILTON SILLS, GLADYS WYNNE AND BEN FIELD ' "A. work of 'art that is simple enough and true enough to touch the heart of the world."-Chicago Tribune "A sensation."-New York Ti mes. "A great play: -Canadian Magazine. "A' masterpieee."-New York Sun Seats on Sale Tuesday 9 8. m. Price ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 30 May 1909

SREOERVATJON EDITION THE DAILY MISSOULIANOT THE D)AILY MISSOULIAN, SUNDAY MOH1NIN(, MAY 30, 1909. MISSOULA---- GA TE WAY OF THE MOUNTAINS N NO HIGGINS AVENUE AND FRONT STREET S$OULA, th" arden city, of M ontana, Is the gateway to the Flathead 'cdfan reservation, the Bitter Root valley, one of the rich eat as well as the mort famous agri ctiltufal sections in the Un teC Stctca, and the Coeur d'Alene mining dis ti1lct, a country that produces wealth althiOt fabulptos. Missoula is waxing strong on the food these , resources are M'bil1g to the city's doors; th'ere \V *aever 'a time when the feittife dx more biight. WPhe natural environinents of Mis soula could not be better. On all sides mountain ranges keep away the cold `of winter and from snow-capped peaks comes the sparkling water that is used Ih so ia ny ways to mitigate the hbat of summer. It is never real ly hot in Missoula; comfiared to the suitfltin' of hIlinois, Indiana, Ohio ally'f th* states of the middle west suldnier resor...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 30 May 1909

TI E BBUSY MISSOULA POSTOFFICE No establishmnent' shows the general progress. In any business better than the postoffice. It, so to speak, tab ulates the amount of business tran sacted from day to day, from year to year. Its tallyings as constantly rise and fall with the fluctuations of business as does the barometer un der a varying atmosphere. If trade is brials, the postoffice readily verifies the fact; if, on the other hand, money is slack, it is equally as quick to show its shortage in business. It not alone shows the financial growth of the community, but it accurately re cords the increase in population in the volume of its business. The annual reports of the Missoula office compare very favorably with those of other offices in the north west. The year 1908 was the greatest in its history. For the above named year Salem, Oregon, has the honor of being first on the list; Missoula fol lows, with a 12.9 per cent increase to her credit. There are only four first class postoffices...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 30 May 1909

THIE MODEL STATE UNIVERSITY OF MONTAAT THE UNIVERSITY. The history.. of the University of Montana dates from the passage of the bill creating the institufi. n. The act was passed by the second logisla live assembly ,February 16, 1t93. It provided for -thel establishment of tihe College of Agiltotiitre and Mechanic Arts at Bozemgn, the School of Mines at Butte, th5 g4te: Noimrnal school at Dillon and the ifniversity at Missoula. May 24, 18935 the. state board of ed ucation met irM tisssoula to Make se lection of a cacoptls The heirs of Captain Higgi ls donated the north half of the pr ent 40 -acre campus at the foot of .Mount Sentinel, the south half being the gfft of the South Mis soula Land company Tic eampus h en selected was an open plalo w i'a tree or shrub, and- not fincedl' ,i .art, Aa part of the virgin valley d'J6o hpard of trade of Misapula fencet(le gpcit, set out two rows of trees boa- three sides, and cared for theijV'' et1 a water pipe from the city -l¶lý Was laid to th...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 30 May 1909

* aesma mem m m--mmmmmmI nminin mm - -.mm.m.. t S. Real Estate Insurance I_____WINSTANLE Y I CLoans Made on City and Farm Property I eh City Property, Grain and Fruit Lands to Sell . LARGE OR SMALL TRACTS I have some splendid opportunities for investors in large fruit tracts, located in the heart of the coming fruit growing districts of Montana. Correspondence Solicited IE. A. WINSTANLEY 134 Higgins Avenue Missoula, Montana S" SUB$TANTIAL BUILDINGS IN. THE B USINE SS SE CTION There Is a general bel ef in the east that western toins are flimsy af fairs, built for :the monien: only, ready to be blown away by the first high wind orto be moved to the next county at the caprice of their resi dents. The most casual inspection of Missoula's .business district disprovc3 this belief, in the ease of one city of the west, at least. The predominating idea, on first glance, is that Mis soula's business blocks are put up for service, for years of usefulness and more careful investigation shows th...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 30 May 1909

PUSHING NORTHWARD FROM MISSOULA INTO A NEW REGIV "My` ivord!" recently exclaimed an English tourist traveling through Montana In the interest of a book he was writing devoted to the study of woods of the world. "The blooming country is so large, don't you know?" He had started out overland with i fast team and a light rig, leaving MishoUla early In the morning and covering nearly 5o miles up thie Black foot river by nightfall. The Englibh man evidentl had no thought other than' that the country was built on the tight lined of his own snug father land; where one scarcely can get started on a journey before the sea coast jirings him to an abrupt stop. It is a large country-this Mi ntana -antd it is not only large in ine rout ter of area but it is gloriously great in ppssibili'tles and resources. What is there that any other country has that. Montana has not? The state ranks among the first in the United States in the matter of mining, and agricultural products, besides having vast tra...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 30 May 1909

O~jr stock of, goods is up -to-c, ite, (Akan1 3Lfl( attAracti ve. (1( dliver yourp orders anywhere within one-lad1f mile free;- freight allowance on longe~r distanmces. 04.FI~ P'r~i!. :1 e IA) .c.t T* Jjt'5 wh~y Y~ou should tr44 wirtht KM A \I( ERLEE (ii.N'r-AL MEIICFTANDrs F Dsirby - :Fontana Sons Grahi; Ha, Feed, 'lour, etalal and Wood I wish to call your attex tiQ at this time to our 1wood proposition. Why wait and pay seven or eight dollars a co0 1%t( witd, whi i .you can ` `buy it now :i11 5-cord lots or ]fno1re for $5.$ 1dipver We are now unloading cars daily, and uiiittWv: iS the tinie to"o(dcit'(1ir your: year's saupply. i t us Ao diver to youftr NOW or ly:D of business ` `ant"ll s&ve 011 handling v iy tiune wool is handi*d it Adds Ane doll ' a cord i ocaititrsier. Place eoru. orders now This is r l'(iAl etPsel ncrl wood. Yui 'an C see it at any tine at our' woodya(is15 204S. 4 St. . WESTEQN MONTANA AI AL BANK MWIisoula; Mont. UNIjTE STATES DEPOSITARY PAl HP CAPITAL .......

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