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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 3 June 1909

Daily Puzzle HER IDEA. "I've seen their boasted heirlooms, And I declare to you," Said Mrs. Kash, "they haven't A single one that's new." Find the man who owns the heirloom. Answer to Yesterday's Puzzl-e-Upper left corner down, in dress. ifimeAdiiFA One of today's little ads may hold the germ of C fl Agood fortune for you. GET YOUR ANSWERS. Answers to classified ads remain In this office as follows: f.-2.-One. S. M.-One, A. R.-One. 105'4.-Two. C. (,.-One. X. 4 X.-Two. H. B.-One. 0. P. X.-Three. 1t. O.-One. X. N.-Seven. FOR SALE-CITY REAL ESTATE. 'OUR-ROCM FURNISHED COT tage. Particulars at 825 Wolf ave. FOR SALE--TlfREE-ROOM HOUSE; water in yard; lot 30x130. 713 Cooper. DANCING' LESSONS SURE! WE CAN TEACH YOU TO dance. Classes Wednesday and Sat urday, 7:30 'p. mi., at Elite hall. Private lessons at any time. Call at Paxton block. Mr. and Mrs. Van Curen. STORAGE. STORAGE WAREHOUSE. 734 WEST Cedar: nl pne 495 black. .J. W. Reely. PIANO TUNER. WILLIAM REHMER-WORK GUAR anteed. Leave ord...

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. — 3 June 1909

ula's net do n 1 2O cents per hun 4red ' h on Friday last, but. b till 'sellinrg icretana Thet orld's Finest Flour" at tlibbw price of $1.9b per sack. >Shone 98 DTI~ BU8SY CORNER. C A1NTEts. FAMOUS BEVILLIA CKtOCOtATES, PIFTY "PER POUhND MoI lrug Co. OtpLESAL AND NRETAIL iggns Ave. and Front St. SPH©oNU I Wyney your WaU Paper *and Ptint by getting our prices. 'SIMONS 12 'iggins Ave. ýWe are in our new store and pretty well settled. We have the finest furni 1tuw salesrooms in the northwest and our stock ihon 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. ,L . Lacy&Sons CQRNER HIGGINS AVENUE AND PINE STREET. Complete Houae and Office Furn lahings. COLONIAL PARLORS So.rmerly Howard.Spa. D.;ELIQ!QUS ICE CREAM, SUN. DAES, ýODAS, PHOSPHATES. Hone- ade Candies. Tea, Choco :ate, arn poullion, Ice Creamn and Punch, (t e, 2tc. PARTY 'ORDERS A SPECIALTY. Prices Right. H8N *Y SCHACHT, Prop. Fialig Tackle 0,1it aboo...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 4 June 1909

"THE WEATHER DAy T FIR Today--Fair. T E I AL Iron IsiA n Tomorrw--Fair. 2MIfOUllw.RI l' , V"OL. XXXVI. NO. 29. . MISSOULA, MONTANA, FRIDAY MONIJNG, JUNE 4, 1909. PRI AIRE GiEN WILCOME TRADE EXTENSION COMMITTEE OF'ASSOCIATION OF COM MERCE ENTERTAINED. INTEREST __CROW TIME Visitors Are Met at Northern Pacific Depot by Automobile Club, Taken on Sight-seeing Trip and Enter tained at Ye Olde Inn--Clever Ad dresses Are Delivered. To be welcomed with open arms, to be shown the beauties of the Garden city of Montana and her valleys from smoothly~running automombiles, to be entertained at the most sump tuously' appointed grills in the state, to hear the message of the Treasure state's governor, to be sent on their way with' the hearty best wishes of three score new-made friedds-such was the happy fate of the members of the trade extension committee of the Chicago Association of Commerce on the" occasion of their visit to Mis soula last evening. The special train bearing--the men from the gre...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 4 June 1909

or of i house t r electric Span and clos et; a beautiful large lot with lawn, fruit and shade trees; garden planted. Located on 1ruth 41 reet, south side. ing water. Satle Choice lots, close in oi: Cleveland street, in: block '7. $ 5 each, on teums. sp pndid corner, close rl on Cleveland street, 1.80, for $350. This i2i"er is well worth i d will bring in less than 60 :~y"' The owner eW64ie money now toi~ purposes. This is h fi tbarner. as.i."E hoades REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE: DEA LER. ?iiti t ýighf *enue, Phone 57f HAMMOND BLOCK. plSsi ORA WILLIAMS WDS GEORGE RICHARDS At 9 o'ologk last night, at the par oiiag of the Christian church, M.ps ia Williams, a well-known resideiit Sthe city, wasa.united in marriage-to. ere Richa..p. Mrs. Richards is a ailt .t4lt.i who has ;4 i th 6.i fiears; she numbers her iends.¥. y ýe hundreds. Mr. Richard a steDson of Charles Crawshaw and weltk ihown in Missoula. He is'em ini .the, grocery store of Howell Ross. He has prepared a hope for iI bride on t...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 4 June 1909

(Contileod from Page One.) morning; the tivo days have been gladsome ones, I am now doubly glad to welcome you to 'this, the beauty' spot of the. state," The "speaker went on to comment on the value that the visit of the "wise men of the east" had to Mon tana, and o0 the fact that bonds for merly melrely material had now be come more personal. In closing he saidd: "It is. not pleasant to say 'good-bye,' but I hope that it will be as the Ger mans say, 'Auf Wiedersehn,' .until we mget again. And so I bid you God spee.l. God bless- you, and may you come. again.". A few mtautes later Governor Nor ris left the room, to. take a belated train, .t. Helena. He departed vwhile three rousing cheers were still mak ing the rafters ring. J. M. Keith. Ex-Mayor J. M. Keith, vice president of the First National bank of Mis soula, was the nuxt speaker. Mr. Keith told of the, conditions in: Mlssoulac ,during the panic that racked the.east g .ear and a half ago; of the little etflct,. that the stringen...

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

SIn Advance) tr mon thrs.................... 2. raths r ............. .............. 4.00 ye ~ ......». » .......;....:..»......;.: 8.Q ia ilee 10 Editorial ,oo SUBSCRIfBERS' PAPAERS - ioiiau is anxibus to -give east alrier service; therefore sauI r re requested to report tauW.e ery at once. In ordering PaBt e. 4o.new address please gL, " . dd alsO. Money orders a; ii4l4 be made payable ai5ottllat Publishing Company. ` , JUNE 4, 1909. iT WAS GOOD, ch visits as that of the Chicago Sreatlo of Commerce, which came S happy termination last night, are estimable benefit to Missoula. this is meant in a broad spirit, :: from the viewpoint of coim ialism; it is a good thing fdr us ct the host once in a while; we d 't get enough of that sort t g Last night's experience d.cally delightful; Missoula met .i nt a party as could be found a here; there was a too-brief od of jolly social Intercourse, with ~ e serious talk interspersed, and t; visitors were gone, leaving be them an impression that is...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 4 June 1909

GROOM IS ACCUSEDT OF HEINOUS CRIMNEt. V. . . I T Roland Rich, charged with the mur- whose life had been blighted through de" of `his grandmother, Mrs.' Chris- the arrest of her husband of a few tine Coryeon, the victim of a mur- hours on a charge of murdering his derous assault, and Mrs. Roland Rich, grandmother. a it Bfay City, Mich., June 3.-The mys tery 'surrounding the dearth of Mrs. Coryeon deepens. Altogether the case presents one Jf the most baffling and pitiful incidents of Mielfigan criminal history. #tolhrid Richl23 years..old, a favored graridsdn of" Mrs. Coryeon, is in jalt charged i?,lth the murder, and his beautiful wife of' but a few hours is in a state of utter collapse over the af fair. 'Mrs. 'Coryeon lived alone in her lit tle cottage. On Wednesday morning Rich, the favorite grandson, 'hurried ly summoned a niece, Mrs. I. J. Fran cis, "t' the house. The aged woman was found on her bed. Her skull had been crushed -.by some blunt instru ment. The bled clothing was in...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 4 June 1909

, " it- y t i s «w r. : ,w. ,+. .,++ , vi a.. vin.. a Underwear s Muslin Petticoats Cor avers, blade*.o' aind8.4lllyil Underskirts of fine quality muslin, 4 1?s~al t ýtla goX). .P1.e o. l l r, , have deep ruffle flounce with wide lae broiery hmertunml ? and ribbon berading; F, al ý inston,1 tucks iand la, edge; sre-k .ai . .l ....... 4......... . .... . ... .. '. .l1.3 9 -rw1 : i Nightgowns goi",dride, I oft t ei'ipd ambric; with ruffle of ine Swi's - Cambric Nightgowns, with square broidery and 1CLured lstrd tucks; spti', yokeo f of embroidery edging, made with pair ........... .......................... ........ liberal fullnei ; special ................69 f11 eciaf Knit Underwear :X"1'aA-Women's ~Specials lk fntished lisle hosiry, absal.ly 5ast black; the regular i5c quaxtr lity, neck, t Ar 1sxtr . rjulity low nmli leertvo NSI TANSI Ladies' tan M.c hp loss vtsts, lace trimmeid; rregn y a d ncy styles, full r lar 20c quality; for ................154 ade, in all sizes, 350 quality;...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 4 June 1909

CYN BALL IJ . Q' I rJMýtr t A I / 7 ___________________ ~ 1~)i1; I hi PROMINENT EOLLEG[ TEAMS DECLARED INELLIGIBLE COL'ORADO AND STANFORD MEN CHARGED WITH PROFES SIONALISM BY A. A. U. New York, June 3.--.ajor John Q. Dixon, chairman of the national regis tration committee of the Amateur Athletic union, today received a tele gram from Albert Martin, chairman of ttie registration committee of the Rocky Mountain association, stating that his committee had declared pro fessional the University of Colorado track team and the Leland Stanford university track team. The telegram states that the University of Colorado withdrew from .the 'Rocky Mounthin association and held a meet on the date.. -set for thie Rocky Mountain champioishpllls in defiance of the A. A. U. and without the sanction of the registration committee. The suspension of these two large college track teams probably will stirr up a controversy in the .west, as the Leland Stanford team expects to coli pete in the conference me...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 4 June 1909

SThe best ts in the best town A . These lots are ideal in their Sing a s It The best lots in the best town in the best state in the best hima tion in the world-that is the i·JJ claim which we miake for prop ,; erty in Hammond 'addition. . TIThese lots are idealiht inof their qualities. If a man Is seek "' ' } ing a site for a home, these lots impress him as the bett place he ~h ýrer, seen.; they win him at 'hile by the beauty of their z- _ · location iti4 the dcliht'of, their surr~lnd'ings. if h. s;1 an in vestdig he recognizes at once that thi as ts; ..ra ce ti ,, to incrase in valuelndl that :his month, jilae1 .here, will r'ow whlilt ,he attendei to other mat ters.i Take, the first phase of Sthiit'estion,--h9. 1ioarine loca ti"l.n:; tll4 .man, who wants an ..dea place for his permanent Sabocle finds here every condi t tion Ithlat'i"e, coild, desire. These lots are ji5st ,r, Lf:' eio'tgh foxom the business center of the city to insure quiet and'absen e of ugfres; ey ar; tey are del...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 4 June 1909

Daily Puzzle Til n and wait ith ourg stout, And wisdo.'s girts you yet may sei e, And wisbdoms gifts you yet may seic, Find the college latd Answer to Y.ecterday's Puzzle-Upside down, in gown. 6 lj iOne of today's little ads O may hold the germ of A One of today's itte ad good fortune for you. GET YOUR ANSWERS. Answers to classified ads remanin in this office as follows: B.-2.--One. S. iM.-One. A, R.-One. 1054.-Two. C. G.-One. X. 4 X.-Two. H. B.-One. O. P. X.-Three. R. O.-One. X.. N.-Seven. FOR SALE-CITY REAL ESTATE. FOUR-ROCM FURNISHED COT tage. Particulars at 825 Wolf ave. FOR SALE-THREE-ROOM IOUSE: water in yard; lot 30x130. 713 Cooper. FOR SALE-TWO FIVE-RO)M houses, two lots; nice lawn, fruit and shade trees; ten blocks from plqutofflce; terms. Phone 170 black. DANCING LESSONS SURE! WE CAN TEACH YOU TO dance. Classes Wednesday and Sat urday, 7:30 p. m., at, Elite hall. Private lessons at any time. Call at Paxton block. Mr. and Mrs. Van Curen. STORAGE. STORAGE WAREHOUSE, 734 WEST...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 4 June 1909

1- -, ITS A 20 cents per huln dn Jgt;f ilay last, bu Wi tl~l selling Weretana <ýT " 's Finest Flour" ttt4Glt low prip; M :q1.9O ;1 'HE, BIJ#Y 4a0"JgR. SEvII4JIA CJIOCOt AT1ES, k~~i iii,.' dl.,} PER *J~oui DugCo yJ OLE&ALE AID RETAIL. Iiig ns Ave. and Front St. Fj, j~P PHONE 1.8 e, money O i your Wail Paper rand Faint by getting our prices. SIMONS S312 Iliggins Ave. r: -We are in our new store and pretty well settled. We have the finest furni ge' salesrooms in the northwest and our stock inkekpi'. twith the `tre. We 'illie glad to have.you, call and see how we are situated. You will be pleased, we are sure. J.M.Lucy&Sons QORNER HIQ-GINS.AVENUE AND .PINE, STREET Complete House and Office Furn Ishinge. COLONIAL`PARLORS Formerly Ho.wald.Spa. DELIGIOUS ICE.CREAM, SUN rDAES, 80DAS,.. P$PSPHATES. SHome-made 0. ~pes,$ , Choco I.te, and BouUf~ 'ltoI c and mhPuih, ' oep. -Etc. PARTY . ORDERS A SPECIALTY. Prices ,Right. HENRY SCHACHT, Prop. Elshing Tackle Split mboo Rods, b750 up. W...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 5 June 1909

THE WEATHER mT' TTT 7FIRST LG Today-Local showers. IrE V * i* ~ i~Wao1a e a CuA.I om. HowLS ho.E0.) ILY MIESSO IAN VOL. XEXXVI. NO. 30. MISSOULA, MONTANA, SATCHDlAY MOHNINGý, JC\L 1, 1909. PRICE FIV C'f TOLIAN ADVISES -.G"RADUATING CLASS COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS AT HIGH SCHOOL GIVEN BY PR9MINENT ATTORNEY. HAVE BESTHECORD YET Seniors Who Are Awarded Diplomas by Board of Trustees Are Better in Numbers and in Matter of Grades Than Any of Their Predecessors, Says Principal Thomas. In the 19 young people who received their diplomas in' the high school as sembly room last night there grad uated from the school the largest, and avowedly the best, class in point of grades and' averages which has ever been sent from the Missoula county high school. The feature of the pro gram incidental to the graduating of the " seniors was the commencement address, which was delivered by At torney John H. Tolan. Mr. Tolan spoke briefly but impressively, giving the graduates a few good words of advice and congr...

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. — 5 June 1909

imat, godt `e room house h with'. :ith, electric Jight, pa,$t y and clos ets; a beautiful large Jot with lawn, fruit and shade tyees; garden planted. Locatc on + ~th'htrl ! south side. Priee $27.50, includ 'ing wtr For Sale Choice lots, close in on Cleveland street, in block 67. F 225 each, ,on terms. A splendid corner, close in 'on Cleveland street, 60x130, for $350. This corner is well worth $500, and will bring $Q00 in less than 60 days. The owner wants the money now for other purposes. This .is a fine corner. Jas. M. Rhoades StSAL ESTATE AND !NSJ RANCE DEALER. 1115 Higgins Avenue. Phone 572 HAMMOND BLOCK. M ADlIN ANIMALS KILLED DY UN[TER . the month of May was a disastrous oe for many of the bears on the Bit ter noot national forest, as four of tie representatives of the Bruin famn U1 were caught in traps and killed by J4ines D. Vance. pn account of the depredations to 4tpck on the east fork of the Bitter E root river the forest officials saw At to hire an expert hunter to exter...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 5 June 1909

JSUL~ffN LOSES III_TEETH P RIPATETIC TAKES RECOURSE TO PUBLICITY T6 RECOVER UNUSUAL LOSS. LOST-One set of false teeth. Finder leave at Missoulian office nd save the life of J.' Stillivan. t was no ordinary calamity that be fell J. Sullivan yesterday. It was no small $aktter' to wiike up and find that excctly one-half of one's teeth have didappearec, to find that one's upper jaw is entirely unpopulated, but that is just what happened to J. Sullivan, peripatetic. Yesterday morning Mr. Sullivan, who claims French descent, woke up shy on molars, bicuspids, grinders, banines aid all the rest of the things that the dentist talks about when he is dealing frivolously with your very soul. Still, it wasn't the first time that Mr. Sullivan had awakened without his teeth being in his mouth, but the unfortunate part of the affair was that the teeth were not anywhere near and could not be found after a painstaking search. There followed a day of hunger for Mr. Sullivan, who scorned soup of any ki...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 5 June 1909

h q very -ay in the Year. i 1UAV PMLt [10 co: 31 W t ' treet, Mis 4 at the posttofiee at Missoula, ,tay As shcold-elass snail matter, SUBSCRIPTION RATES . (In Advance) , one month ..$0.75 D three months .. 2.25 a , Big months ... 4.00 S ,oe year ..... 8.00 W 13! one year .. 1.50 Po d added for foreign countries. T7LEPHONE NUMBER B eas Office 110 Editorial Rooms *UBBC'RIBERS' PAPERS Missoulias is anxious to give the est carrier service; therefore suit so re, are requested to reptrt faulty del ry at once, n ordering paper d to new address please give *ol_ ddress also. Money orders and sh a abhould be made payable t 'CH Missotlian Publishing Company. ATURTDAY, JUNE 5, 1500. WELL. DONE. t n night's exercises at Ithe Mis son county high school marked the cl of another year of that institu tio a year that has been even more sue a t than those which have pfe ced it and a year characterized by at development along broadening line Qa other occasions, we have co ended the policy which guides ...

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

YCh)N B -,rai LA Il PRO .+ PLANNIN 10 STOIK LAKES THOUSANDS OF STEELHEAD SALMON TO BE PLACED IN SPOKANE COUNTY WATERS. Spokane, June 4.-One hundred and fifty thousand young steelhead salmon will be distributed irk the lakes of Spokane county at the close of the summer. A. large number of eggs have been taken to the state hatchery on the Little Spokane river by. S. S. Drew, superintendent, from the Sky komish hatchery near Everett, Wash. J. A. Uhlig, state game warden, said: "The partictular advantage of the steelhead is that they mature rapidly and they thrive as well in fresh as in salt water. If the young fish were put into the streams they would make their way back to talf water, but in, the inland lakes they will thrive as well as any variety of fresh water fish. In three of four years tile fish turned loose this sea son will be of good size. A small sup ply was planted ýn a small lake up in the mountains above Chelan, Wash., four years agto and this season fish weighing as high...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 5 June 1909

Special Prices on NEW TWASH OOIS We offer, commencing today, uniuy splendid lines of this season's newest wash fabries at decidedly less than regular prices. 1384 cent j q s Vard Beau t figured 14w .n tz4 atbitcs 'n a An excellent assortment of figured lawns we.e xangb of strips fl6"t and le4d in lghi and dariF coloring, home with bor sikn; 2 inhles wide rei itgubii 2()c iir feffcts; reguhla 15e wash fabric; spe Gwash fabri c, se 'p ice, yrd.......... cli sale price, yaid ... ....10; Wite Cota st Wngbam Fabrics 19 cents Yarc ?M cents Yard Mercerized Madras, cloths, bnrred Nain sooks and pl id Swiss -al r wt. Scotch dress ginghamns in a goodly assort rials for waists and drcssee , 27 inches ment of striped, checked and plaid designs; wide, regular 25c n 30c values;. special absolutely fast colors; 27 inches wide ale price; 1$¢ specisj' yard. ....................................1. 1-2 Colored UIuen Fhnisied Suitings 15 cents Sa~MI MI~M[NTS f Q:IjIE flAY T NSACTION4 IN SECURITIES cog D...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 5 June 1909

TEN THOUSAND PAIRS fSHO For Men, Women, Boys and Girls Are on Sale in the Big White.hoe Stor It's a gigantic stock-reducing sale of shoes, and it presents an extraordinary opportunity to the people6of this community to buy good footwear at very much less than regular. The shoes concerned in this sale are good shoes, too, for only the most reliable makes are carried in the "Big White Shoe store." Today's bargains are exceptionally good. Medn's Shoe M2.7 SHE AND OXORDS 2 5 W omen's rdhoe s .5 and Oxfords ~s~~JFor Women---Values to $4 o~ and Oxfords- - VYALUES TO $4.00 One loundred and tifty pairs of Queen Qualify shoes in patent colt or vici kid, plain More Than 500 Pairs, Regular Value More thin 150 pairs of men's shoes of the late or ulucler hace, turned or welt edge soles: cost you $3.i0 and ti anywherle else hundreds upon1 hundreds of best wear-resisting leathers and (deirable in the United States; offered in this sale at ............................... $2.75 pairs of woaien's fin...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 5 June 1909

Went Here ItIs th. best lots in the best town in the best state in the best na tion (1 tip wi lad-that is the claims which we make for prop erty in Hammond addition. These lots are ideal in their } ualitiQ8. it a man is seek ing a site or aiOqme, t seso lots imprqss him as the best place he ha; cyer seen; they win kim bat onto by the beauty, of their 1ecatib* addht delight of theim surrot ndings. If he is, an in vestor oi zqeognises at once thi ,4,sW lots are ee tain to incre&lse in value and that his mozIe&, placed here; will grow while lie ittends to 6thet ~ tern, 'ake the first phase ,k the question-.h-thi hqwe' l dio<; Vwnts Ideal peor is rmant bodq ýfinds h týevro tion' tih t he cd ftrdesit e: lotes' ' jit fai` enough ft t the buisiness -center of tht Or to- n;ure q s -4 the;bota lelt ougfIdales; t~ey are d I y situatl ina oeemman g ea tick, with the. finest view do the world, ilways spread out before i..wthetm her `l~ositryping all that ,could be wheledl; the state ...

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