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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 13 June 1909

A Dependable Medium of Sale or Exchange .1E RHOADES' SPECIALS $200. CASH Balance Just the Sam as Rent Do you ever stop and con sider that'every month's rent you pay your landlotid makes him richer and you poorer? Of course you do. Dig up, your old 'rent receipts; fig nre out how nmclh rent you have paid out in the last five years. Makes you want to change, don't it? If you * could have bought a neat, new, plastered cottage on a 45x150-foot lot five years ago and paid $200 cash and paid the rent to yourself that you now hold rent receipts for, you would have owned the house instead of. the worthless receipts and had the big increase in the value of the property b)esides. NOW I aml offering that sanle -chIin(e today. It will be a long time befor I (cailln offer as good a deal again. A fine, new, plastered cot tage witiT large pantry, good cellar, cement foundation, city wat er in the house, a fine level lot, 45x150 feet, not 130, for $1,050, on the very easy terms of $200 down and the...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 13 June 1909

hula)s Best Miýcan. Chill Con Carhe, can.... 20 Mp ea.n Tamales ........................204 ii Yan Sauce, bottle................835 l.htf np Sauce, bottle....................754 A'nbovy Sauce, bottle.................. 50 ,i~1, t Sauce, bottle ........................25 C. &1 B. Grated Cheese, bottle.60# Goipher Brtid Pork and Beans, h.tncy lade, -lb. cans, each......20 Fo F rid+t"y' and 8aturday only. Phone 98 I T' E u'sY CORNER. 'F~i,. - mm m. GOOD CIGARS "ithin certain limits, there is a ch.i1ce for a difference of opinion as to whether cigars are good or not.; No one brand is sure to suit ev~body, but there are certain b.ekids which dome pretty near it and this is the kind we endeavor to kleep. In :our opinion at least, wee have the best gssortnment of cigafs in the city and ihall be glad at thy time to have the opintion of smokers who are not already fa mill&r with our line. One thing is certain, that we always pay euo~fgh to get good brands and are quite sure that we ge...

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

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Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 13 June 1909

.S TREIYIfNG NW_ PLAN *i8EKJRS ABOUT CULBERTSON ARE E.. XP ERIMENTING WITH D`..RY FARMING. Culbeirton, June i2.-For more i...i . than the average man cares to trvel,'"'i a day,. on all sides of this .town dry farming land is being taken uini by homesteadets and Culbertson is tpidly taking on metropolitan airs. Within two years Culbertson has ac ciLrted a new hotel, several large atdre buildings and business blocks wiith many conveniences of larger cities and the advance in real estate values in the last two years has made several property holders on the main streets practically independent, Culbertson owes its prosperity to the development of the surrounding coun t' try Which is essentially a dry farming ragion. Along the valley there are some efforts at irrigation on a com paratively small .scale, but even here many of the far.iers are using so called dry farming methods for con serving the moisture, having found by experience that by so doing they get better results from less wate...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 13 June 1909

BELOlNGING8 . 131ack &.ICoves -Wi.th htte Nari-WesPII~·g;i..~i of '. Hanyway 0nlt MariOD ways .caf ' . .. Haovala tn slal car rrf r- effide i lbanna~lcn <&FCP Ha SITAT is the indenabie differ orence between the New York woman and the woman of any other American city? What is it that gives the unmistakable "New Yorky" look? Why is it that the veriest little wrappergirlt in the metrololitan de partment store has a. way of pinning her veil, of lifting her frock, of ad justing her neclkwar which is the de spalir of the expensively attired visitor from out of town. On the subway thi hther evening was a well-dressed woman, who evi dently-by the signs of her traveling bag and other luggage-had just ar rived at the Grand Cential station from an up-the-state town. iltanhing over her attire, it was hard to deter mine just why she was unquestion abl,' not a New Yorker. The differ ence was in something, far more sub tie than the essentials of dress; her suit was a well-cut tailored m...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 13 June 1909

Co 1s street, MI 16011sred 4,14 pbntfofIoO at Mluaoula, 11 ,r e tte -slrs mall mnatter, alb410#40146k RATIO l thre r nbar .......-.. .~.... $.20 Daiystmonths....,.,.....:..~.. _ 400 I~ate s4e for foreign countrieu. Tlp%{lIME NUMBER Bu3Iaqe$8e OfficeA -10 Editorial Rooms SUI';j#RIBERS' PAPERS "4b itamu4ni Is anxioua to give the starriersf'erivice; therefore sub 4ePwbIsV u~e 5quae~ted to report faulty 'deliery at oxiIe., In ordering paper ohs 4 to new addrss please give old- addrs, 4 -Money orders and checI49~W ab:; 'be nade payable to . 1sB~ulIen" rPublishing Company, .. ~ti,4t, JrUNE 13, 1909. :PASING EVENTS The first June rain has come and ":"gosne, bringitla Joy to the farmer with. out cauing, any disturbance in the even fllow of the streams. The June rain of this year was a marvel in that it wa intlustrlous for three days WithOt 9atias.g the level of the' river; in fact, iathe river's stage became steawtily lower all the time it rained For u day there was uneasiness; last ye.t.: ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 13 June 1909

white gown and the conventional veil, by the class president, Berney Kitt. Missa Blessie Marble, sister of the The new library was beautifully deco bride, was gowned in white and acted rated with evergreens and lilacs. as maid of honor. Two little flower Ropes of evergreens were twined girls, Misses Ruth and Harriet Mar- about the pillars on the main floor ble. preceded the bride and scattered'; and festooned to the :~rga central pil {"flowers before her. Arthur Taylor lar. Punch was served throughout the The numerous entertainments, in cluding all things from a barn dance to the commencement exercises of the University of 'Montana, have proved a delightful mredley, and it is with regret that the people. of Missoula see so many of the students leave the city until the fall, and a few who will not return then. Each season brings its pleasures, however, and just at pres ent fishing parties, picnics and camp ing parties are being planned with the usual enthusiasm, while many who do not...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 13 June 1909

JUNE HBRINGS A CIRCUS All the contracts necelsary for the innumerable details on the ,cxhibition of a large circus institution have been m'ade for the early applarance in thi. city of the Carl Haganbeck and (Ireat WWallace shows. .i.his is one of the xworld's largest amunsement enter ,prises, and because of its peculiar -combination it is probably the most interestipg. It is advertlsed by the management that it is without a peer in point of performance, and it would "eemn as if ,this boast is justified in a colbinatioo which includes two ilih shows. ''1h {Wallace show has for years been con ,ceded a place in the front rank of cir cuses, and in many points it has been -given first placec. It could not be ex celled In its horses, the quality and completeness of its equiptuleht or the attention given to the numerous de tails which are essential forz the pro HAGENBECK-WALLACE SHOWS. duction of a performance of unusuatl merit. Although Mr. Wallace has al •ways refrained from featuring so...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 13 June 1909

Representative Business Houses of Missoula, Montana Dixon's Foot-Form THE SMOKE HOUSE S h oe:tore :::: : .... Ha +"· -. ore " FRANK J. LICHTI, PROP. M \:.>.., anufacturers of Fine Havana Cigars l , . +++"' ThecS fo The J of is increased by th d gh of no ,i~iiirii::~ Shes flt o rW r HOOPER CIGARS The ' "iaii .Everybody. ai i The aer -oEAT-RS 6 e kots. fa o e o HousoR SC NoICo JACby mQo 'fh. t ,1 p OOeriam " LAardA OeMRE ter o r carble & Lr nitey Works // : s sp t 1,, /t / P 1 i anufacturer and Dealer in TOOnly the best and P a en the ITALIAN AN AMERICAN MARBLES E R OA la r geo et c o r tl a b o e t a lt vy o n, ha nd,, , Pmanufactur of1 of ou r 11 V SCOTCH SWEDI AND AM A COOKING IJ- ONTANAWHOLESALE AND RETAIL /tor nfatures to rdeD ntan I REPhone 5. aplication. My facilitIes for producing and Western Montana Fourin Co. o You Own Your Own rlrome? r Te Baest fr the Money Is Your Title Good? / maOtter the pricc you desire to X EL -Fil Fl3r. / Get an abstract and make surc 1 pen . ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 13 June 1909

A PAGE OF MISSOULA BOOSTERS--ALL LIVE ONES ANDREW LOGAN. 'ft He Is mayor but he has to look after the blacksmith shop once in a while to keep things going. lie's a good mayor and a good blacksminth. DIXrN -AND HOON Boosters who rhave, by strict applica tion to bisiness, built up a strong busi ness and who interest themselves in giv ing si good understanding to Missoula people. 0. B. S. ORR. Tine man who sells the earth In chunks to suit the purchaser,. He Is a pusher and Is always on the job, ac tive, alive and alert. He is a live one. CHARLES H. MARSH. One of the real boosters of the city; in the front o c-\very mlovelelt folr the betterment of the to\\oi. He con ducts an undertaking establisbnn nt. HOTEL MISSOULA .rr IP uz'riI.itd and remtnodth (1dining roan'.I ]"trIII,. II p in 6 a. in. to L p.t FRANK MIX.' WDW Yo v a. The busy mouth side grocer. So long a resident of lMlssoula that he could not live anywhere elso if he would. H-e is always on the square anid Is popular. MIKE J. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 14 June 1909

THE WEATHER AMISSOUTTLIAN BIG PF Today-Fair. XXHO0IIOLjOAAIII[ S FollowPICE FIVE 8 VOL. XXXVI. NO. 40, MISSOULA, MONTANA, MONDAYll' M 1[)NINit, .JUNEh 14, 1909. PRICE FI] ~T TARIFF'S END IN PLAIN SIGýHT FEELING IN SENATE IS THAT CONSIDERATION OF BILL IS NEAhING CLOSE. MAY FINISHSATUOBDA Senator Aldrich Is Hopeful of Com pleting Task This Week and Sen ator Beveridge 'ays Final Vote Wil Not Be Postponed Beyond Latter Part of Next. Washington, June 13.-The feeling in the senate is that the tariff bill Is approaching the last days of its con sideration In the senate. Senator Aldrich Is hopeful that the end may bt' reached by next Saturday, and many conservative republicans are in clined to agree with this prediction. The "progressive" republicans are not quite so optimistic but Senator Beveridge says the final vote will not be postponed beyond the end of next week. The Income tax amendments will be taken tup Frid cy and a vote may be reached on the proposition the same cay. it is possib...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 14 June 1909

TWO Lots On Brooks Street A fine location for a first class home, 60x130 feet, with big water main in street and good residences all around. Property in this vicinity is bound to advance rapidly and will soon double in value. A home here will be a pleas ure and prove highly profitable besides. I can not too strongly recom mend the purchase. $1,200 cash or $1,250 half cash will take these two choice lots. -o Jas. M. Rhoades REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE DEALER -'iggin* Avenue. Phone 672 '*AMMOND BLOCK. ARRESTED FOB ASSAULT IS PUGNACIOUS WOMAN Minnie Smith, a young woman of pugnacious propensities, was arrested Saturday night by Chief of Police Smith, on a warrant charging assault and battery. She was released upon putting up a cash bond of $25 to in sure her appearance in tho police court at 10 o'clock Monday morning. Minnie is the husky Amazon who, a few weeks ago, "tied into" Constable Sam Pulliam and gave him a hard tussle before she was landed in the county jail. She has been in trou...

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. — 14 June 1909

A DOLLAR, SHOW FOR.A DIME FAMILY Theater COMMVIENCING MONDAY THE If CENT BIG .L/ SHOW In the Pive-Act Comedy Drama "WOMAN AGAINST WOMAN." New Specialties. Prices: Lower floor, 15¢; bal cony, 100. Next Attraction: "A TRUE IRISH BOY." The Grand Cor. Higgins Ave. and Main Street MISSOULA'S NEW AMUSEMENT CENTER. High-Class VaudevIlle Entire change of people every Monday and Thursday. Program LEO ST. ^LMO, The Musical German." THE TROY COMEDY QUARTET. ED AND LOU, "The Up-Side-Down Duo." MI$SS MAITAftET BOLANIER Illustrated Song. MOTION PICTURES. Entire change of performers Mon days and Thursdays. Entire change of pictures Mon days, Wednesdays and Fridays. Continuous Performance - First performance, 7:30 p. m.; admission 154 and 25 . MATINEE-Monday, Wednesday and Saturday at 3 p. m. Admission: Ladies, 150; children, 104. LYRIC Theater fligh-class Motion Pictures and Illustrated Songs. $10 REWARD For information leading to the lease of a building,, residence, or room suit able for HIat Sho...

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. — 14 June 1909

brislhead Every Day in d Year. MISSOtJLIAN PUBLISHING CO. 129 and 131 West M5ai Street, Mis siul, Montana. lntered at the poattofice at Missoula, Montana, as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES (in Advano.) .Daily, one month. .:............................$0.75 D~a l , three mont hs ........................-.. 2 .2 5 I ai six months ...................... _... 4.00 Dai , one year. . ........... 8.00 Weky ;0115 year ..........-......,... 1.60 osag 'added for foreign coutntries. TELEPHONE NUMBER Btuness Office 110 Editorial Rooms SUBSCRIBERS' PAPERS The Missoulian is anxious to give the best carrier service; therefore sub 'scribers are requested to report faulty delivery at once. In *rdering paper chlbanged to new addreks please give old address also, Money orders and 'checks should be made payable to The Missoulian Publishing Company. MONDAY, JUNE 14. 1909. GET READY. It le the testimony of all who have htad experience in former reservation openings that Missoula should make...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 14 June 1909

The Home OF COURSE Is the Foundation v OF OUR I Great Furniture Removal Sale Those of us who live our best add to our homes as we add to our selves, and in the same way we dress our homes pretty much as we dress ourselves. To be in readiness when the time comes to occupy the new home being made for our Furniture and Carpet departments is the object of this sale,. as far as directly concerns us. To make your home more livable, more elegant, is what prompts you to take advantage of it. The sacrifices we must make to accom plish our end are your gains---and no mean gains, either, since hardly an article in either of these departments but flies a red tag, the saving signal, and Prices Are From 10 to 60 Per Cent Below the Regular M. M. Co. Values Which means that the opportunity of many years is being crowded into this event, and that if. you are building your new home or refurnishing your old, if you have found something that should be replaced here, or a spot for a new thing there, now...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 14 June 1909

icial Report of the Board of County Commissioners of Missoula County, Montana, for the Quarter Ending May 31, 1909. h tt coun comm assioners of Missoula county met in extra seqalon ' ida J u9 ýith, 1$ 9, t 10 o'clock a. g. Present, D. ý. Curran, chairman; " nle Nesto, 'Tyler Wor en, coenmissioders; F. W. KuphAi1 clerk. : recallliquor licebse ieas granted to John W. Frazier fbr saloon at Wood a board proceed d to audit the claims against the county for the quarter "ding May 'x. 19 . It was= novd by turran and seconded by Nelson that the bill of Mrs. Kimp. for fare to Canada aeotirnt of poor be allowed. Worden voting no. The board adjourned to meet Tuesday, June 8th, 1909, at 10 o'clock a. m. 'AVhe board met Tu~sday, June 8th, 1909, at 10 o'clock a. m. Same officers sent. The by8dcontinued auditing the claims against the county, T4,t board adjourned to meet Wednesday, June 9th, 1909, at 10 o'clock a. m. -the board met Wednesday, June 0th, 1900, at 10 o'clock a. in. Same officers ptese...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 14 June 1909

GIGANTIC STOCK-REDUCING SHOE SALE AV NOW ON IN THE BIG WHITE SHOE STORE m Thousands of Pairs of Reliable Shoes for Men, Women and Children Are Marked Down to Sale Prices Without a Parallel The Big White Shoe Store carries only those shoes of time-tried quality, universal familiarity, and reicog nized worth. Hence, it is only natural that such great price-reductions should attract great throngs of eager purchasers. Take advantage of today's offerings while the opportunity permits. Men's W. L. Douglas $4 Shoes Women's Oxfords Worth $2.50, Only $1.50 Only 150 Pairs---Buy Now; Prices Never So Low 7A 2 5 TIw l hnilred pairs of Two hundred pails of wouen's kid Oxfords, women's golden brown with patent tip, weltedl Oxfords, perforaed tip, and turied-edge sales, * welted and turned-edge footwear of good material, soles, stylish lasts and Stiandard shoes for one-third less than you can buy neat lasts and clever good wear-.resisting leath them anywhere else ill the world. workuaninship; w o r...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 14 June 1909

O YOU (KNOW Thi ýtik Bitt r Robt valley is the largest of the famous fruit-growing. dilstricthl of the Morthwirt? That ~thV 'ttVr Robt it larger than the combined areas of the Hood Srivt, NWanatohee and Yakima valleys? That the Mrfcintosh Red apple attains its highest state of perfection in the Bitter Root? That the largest privat« irrigation secienme ever undertaken Is being *barried out in the Bitter Root? That there are more than 500,000 acres of orchard lands in the Bitter That there are hundreds of new settlers coming to thd valley this sum tner? That the university settlement in the Bitter Root is bringing to the valley some of the most celebrated college professors in the country, who will make their summer "homes here? it there are at lesst.three other settlement plane to be carried out thivrsiumm6r, which will bring ihen of wealth, refinement and influence the B4 r Robt( That there Is no other district so attractive as to scenety and climate as the Bitter Root? Fzmed for It...

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. — 14 June 1909

Missoula's Oldest, Best and Largest Store The Store of Quality Merchandise, Honest Prices and Satisfaction..ALWAYS Have You Benefited From Our Great Special Purchase of Men's Suits? If Not You Had Better Hurry Scores of men came in last week, looked at the suits we were advertising at $12.50, $15 and $18, declared them to he the best they had ever seen for the money and backed their judgment with their money-the suits will prove satisfactory in every way; we know it, iv e guarantee it; the maker from whom they came muak es only clothes that can he depended upon and the suits themselve:4 would be priced from one-third to one half more had they heen bought in the flood instead of t he ebb of the order season. Lot No. 1 - Lot No. 2 Lot No. 3 A large assortment of good, serviceable suits made from depend A wonderful assortment of elegant suits in fine new styles and Splendid serge suits, made from medium heavy pure worsted able medium weight worited fabrics, in neat stripe patterns, in ...

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. — 14 June 1909

cheage Good' tiIthber claim for city or sobutirb4 'p)tpperty. NewS-room house In Low's ad 4W o Ur .porty closer ip; 10or brdVed or unhitnproved. Im poOed 20-acre tract in. Orchard Somes for city property. 20-Acre troct, highly improved; only'. t. few 'ninute*' Walkt from 1tapilftoi; for$ Misspult property. 3-ttoom house and barn in South M ouia for ovacant lots. 480 Acree of good land six miles from Missoula for city property. Improved 10-acre tract in Or chard o (orP Mir souI prop erty, 800 Acres of land near De Smet for Miseoula property. New 6-room. house In South lMis soula for vacs lots. Hove eomj R p1ty Company Rc~. Hoverson Allen Stephens 333 N. HIGGINS AVENUE. Phone 2Q$, aik. n Co. i]oon 8 Dixon and Duncax) Block IIIcCar t & :gio s. DItIDoe Not Matter y In wJaat mart of the; city you plice your money; the property Is sure to a 4vajce rapidly in value, and }our dollars will roll back to you yllltiplieii. WE HAVE 8i Good Iota. on the west side, only two blocks from the new...

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