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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 10 February 1909

Laxative for Women Free There is a great difference in the purposes to which a laxative should be put. Tablets and pills, salts, etc., are usually violent purgatives or cathartics, and altogether too power ful for the average person. A woman at all times needs only a mild laxative-in fact, none other is needed by anyone, weak or strong though they may be, for the object is simply to move the bowels, and if a gentle laxative will do it, what is the use of a violent one? Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin has earned a well-deserved vogue among women and children and old folks-people who must necessarily be careful of what they take. It is a liquid laxative tonic and ad mittedly the greatest stomach, liver and bowel remedy before the American people. The price is only 50 cents or t1 a bottle, as it comes In both sises, and all drug gists sell it. Its pleasant taste and gentle action make it an ideal remedy for women in constipation, torpid liver, sour stom ach, sick headache, heartburn and su...

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. — 10 February 1909

Fhoie Lots Hoorah, Turah, Rah, Rah, Rah! Choice Lots $75and $100 Lots Are Selling Near and Far $75 and $100 We own the Turah townsite. It is only about 300' yards from where the Northern Pacific will build its new freight terminal plant. There will be roundhouses, shops and coal docks and scores of men will be employed. It will be necessary to have stores, hotels and residences and Turah townsite affords the very opportunity for business or for investment that the keen capitalist will appreciate. And it takes but little money to secure this property. We are ready to transfer to you as many of these lots as you want. The lots are excellently located; the prices are reasonable; the terms are easy. Come around and see us. Location Terms Turah townsite is about 10 miles These lots are all 40-foot front east of Missoula; the lots are sit- age the depth of the bu uated on the north side of the age; the depth and of the business lots tracks of the Northern Pacific; they is 100 feet and of ...

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. — 10 February 1909

SPORTS OOD LIIHTWEIGHTS ARE SCARCE M'FARLAND, WALSH AND THOMP SON ONLY LOGICAL OPPO NENTS FOR NELSON. (By Ed W. Smith.) Chicago, Feb. 9.-Only three light weights enter into the consideration of the championship with Battling Nelson, according, to so good a judge of fighting possibilities as James W. Coffroth. The astute Pacific coast promoter believes Packy McFarland of Chicago, Johnny Thompson of Sycamore, and Freddie Welsh, the man from Wales, are the only ones worthy of any at tention, and if he makes any early moves towar2 finding an opponent for Nelson, one of these men will be his pick. McFarland and Welsh should set tle their little question among them selves and then the winner would have a grand chance of getting on with the real ruler of the class, ac cording to Coffroth in a telegram just received by me. Because of the many tangled stories that have come out of San Francisco, first one and then the other being considered as opponents for Nelson, I wired Coffroth for an ex...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 10 February 1909

EnILLY ' Buy Groceries Here Where quality reltes' sUprae whee rapid selling makes stale geeA out of the quetilon--whee geses are always most reasonable emS where clerks take rel delight n pleastrn you. ten Hall We yl the Agents here-we Sexclulve sale for Mls ag. Startllng announcement In a few days to Interest you. PeSl ............ ...........401 Tr.I BUSY CORNER Phone NS The Drug Dregs come from all parts of the earth. There are thousands of them. To be able to Identitfy them, test them and compound them properly is obviously a task that re guires lone experience. The Druggist Who endeavors to serve you In a right manner must use endless care In the selection and handling of his steok. We exercise such care; we know that the drugs we sell are worthy In every way and we charge leth.ag extra for the protection we fer you. Missoula Drug Co. WPHI REXALL STORE. Hammond looeek. Misseuls NEW CAR OF DEVOE PAINT JUST ARRIVED. LET US SOLVE YOUR PAINT TROUBLES. SIMONS Paint ,e Paper House $3...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 11 February 1909

THE WEATHER T I.. + FE [[THE DAILY MISSOULIAN _ ToLTXV. LT TA oT OICV VOL XXXV. NO. 282. MISIOULA, MONTANA, THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 11, 1909. PRIC FIVE ( .m uull u m m • nmmm~ni mn n uu umn u lU NI +l~l'q. A RED APPLEI EXHIBITION PLANNED ALLEN INAUGURATES MOVEMENT FOR BIG SHOW TO BE HELD AT MISSOULA. PROPOSITION IS FAVORED Suggestion of Lolo Man Meets With Hearty Approval and Committee is Appointed to Consider Matter and Make Report-Hortioulturists Have Interesting Sessions. Staff Correspondence. Hamilton, Feb. 10.-As a direct re sult of a movement' inaugurated to day by C. M. Allen of Lolo, in an ex temporaneous address before the Mon tana Horticultural society, Missoula! may have one of the greatest apple shows in the country, with the famous Bitter Root valley and all of the fer tile orchards of the western and cen tral parts of the state to draw upon for exhibits. Today Mr. Allen urged upon the members of the society the importance of an annual exposition of their prin cipal ...

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. — 11 February 1909

24 iautiful Lots A Full Block In South Missoula Block 87, South Missoula. This beautiful block is located east of the Bitter Root track on Cleveland street, as located high up and as level as a floor. The city water, a 6-inch main, will be laid to the corner of this block just as soon as the weather will permit. The contract is let pow. The'car line running to the Fort will run near it. ft borders on 100-foot streets on all sides. There is no better speculation in Missoula. These lots will retail out mlalde of one year at $250 each. Price of the entire block 4only $8,000, on terms of $800 cash, balance in one and two yeari. This is only $125 per lot on these terms. There were 19 lots sold in the immediate locality of this block only yesterday for $175 per lot. I am offer ing you these at $125 per lot, and I defy a better offer to make money in Missoula real esttae. Jas. M. Rhoades THE REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE DEAT.LER, 115 Higgins Avenue, Hammond Block, MISSOULA, MONT. PLAN DOEICAI...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 11 February 1909

GRAlIR F. . SILCOX OF FORESTRY OF FICE GIVES STUDENTS IN TERESTING ADDRESS. F. A. Silcox, of the forestry office, lectured before tie university stu dents in Convocation hall at 11:30 yesterday morning, taking for his sub ject "Stock Grazing in the National Forests." The address was a full and comprehensive review of the grazing situation on the national reserves, the speaker illustrating his talk with a number of slides depicting the varied conditions existing on the for ests. Following is the address as given by Mr. Silcox: "At first sight it no doubt might appear that the grazing industry, as carried on in the west, could have little relation to the administration of national forests. It must be re membered, however, that there exists an essentially important division in the stock ranges of the west; the lands being divided for summer and winter use. The summer ranges are located in the mountainous portions of the country, which are usually covered with heavy snow during the wint...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 11 February 1909

at the postoottlo at Missala,. tas, as *eeoado-lass malt matter. SUs.CRIPTION RATES (IM Advance; DO v. one mooth ..............$0.75 O Mv. three months ............... 3.6 . a moatha ................. L4. Datly, one year .................. Aw4 y, one year .................. Fetage added for toreign couantries. TELEPHONE NUMBER Bueles Office 110 Editorl Rooma *USCRISERS' PAPERS The Missouatan is anxious to girve We best carrier service; therefore sub lbera are requested t report faulty detvery at oneo. In M paper taaged to new address please rive old tIURSoDAY, FRBRUARY 1. 10. |l .. , m ,:r:vr'' -." , . . -,. ..=: - STEP BY STEP. Yesterday afternoon 8. I. Inch, act g for J. R. Wharton, filed with the etky latk the formal acceptance of the eUettic railway franchise as it passed the city council, after having been in drseed by the referendum vote of the property holders of the city. With the aooeptance was a bond in the sum of ten thousand dollars, which was re quised by the ordinance....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 11 February 1909

OEVER HIAS ATHLETIC TOURIAMENT SOME PAST IOUTS DEVELOPED IN BOXING AND WRESTLING CONTESTS. Denver, Feb. 10.-The. bouts in the heavier divisions in the contests for the Rocky mountain amateur boxing and wrestling championships, which were held at the Denver Athletic club tonight, brought out a poorer class of material than was shown in the light er classes. All of the bouts were fast, but in many science played but a small part. * The exception was shown in the bout between R. Lafarer and J. Linn, in the mlddleweight division. Both men showed exceptional class and speed. The judges were unable to give a de cision at the end of the third round and qualified both men for the semi finals. Tonight's rsults in the Denver Ath letio club boxing tourney follow: 156-pound wrestling: L. Hollenberg won from A. Geigner, two rounds, no fall. 186-poutind boxing: Matt Hollenberg won from A. Waldgren, three rounds, deoosion. Ed Jones won from Bob Boston, three rounds, decision. W. Aelky won from Jim...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 11 February 1909

TObAY 98c Walst Special Abott 80 of these, beautiful Lingerie Waists, al this season's make, fresh and clean, ftom the manufacturers, worth a great deal more, but they all go at 98c Today. Watch for Saturday Special The Martin Co. $PECULATIYE SPIRIT IS MORIBUND O0 OPERATIONS ARE UNDER TAKEN IN MARKET OF PAR REACHING NATURE. ew York, Feb. 10.--The speculative rit seems to be In a torpor and no rations are undertaken in the k market of any far-reaching sig yocne. The professional dealings t make up the market are of a 4 which ame oosed up from one y to another and often in the same dy, a profit of a small fraction being agfficient to tnduce realizations. To day's market was almost barren of In olent. An inmlediate factor increas* iIY the dull tendency was the ap "oaching double holiday. Dull as was the market, its action did not ex ,sn a cheerful view of the outlook, resistance to the early declining tendency and the later sluggish up wprd movement suggesting a tena 4ous hold on secur...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 11 February 1909

- HORTICTLTURAL SUBJECTS INTERESTINGLY DISCUSSED Special to The Daily Missoulian. Hamilton, Feb. 10.-Many Im portant subjects pertaining to horti culture are being discussed by dele gates to the twelfth annual meeting of the Montana Horticultural society, and some interesting papers recording the growth and development of fruit growing in this state, and pointing out ways and means of furthering the industry in the future have been read before the convention. Following are a number of papers that have been read: INFANCY OF HORTICULTURE (By W. B. Harlan.) When in 1867, Tom Harris of Three Mile near Stevensville, and James Meinsinger of near Missoula, and per haps one or two others, planted each a few apple trees as an experiment, it is not probable that they expected them to grow, bear fruit and become the forerunners of the great orchards that are seen around us today. As a matter of fact most of those trees did die, and few if any of them lived to bear fruit; and the result was gre...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 11 February 1909

(mioe Lots Do You Know Where Turah Is? Choice Lots Sand $100 Do You Know Why Turah Is? $75and $100 1a own the Turah townsite. It is only about 300 yards from where the Northern Pacific will build its new freight terminal plant. There will be roundhouses, shops and coal docks and scores of men will be employed. It will be necessary to have stores, hotels and residences and Turah townsite affords the very opportunity for business or for investment that the keen capitalist will appreciate. And it takes but little money to secure this property. We are ready to transfer to you as many of these lots as you want. The lots are excellently located; the prices are reasonable; the terms are easy. Come around and see us. Location Terms urah townsite is about 10 miles These lots are all 40-foot front east of Missoula; the lots are sit- age; the depth of the business lots uated on the north side of the is 100 feet and of the residence lots, tracks of the Ndrthern Pacific; they 150 feet. T he latt...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 11 February 1909

EOVERNMENT REPLIES TO PANAMA DISAVOWS ANY 'RESPONSIBILITY FOR REPRESENTATIVE RAINEY'S REMARKS. Washington, Feb. 10.-The United States government disavows all re sponsibility for recent remarks made by Representative Rainey of Illinois, criticising President Obaldia of Pana ma. This is indicated in a letter sent today by Secretary Bacon to C. C. Arosmena, minister from Panama, in reply to a protest by the latter in be half of his government. Mr. Ba con's letter says: "The utterances of individual mem bers are not to be taken as express ing the views either of the govern ment of the United States or of the house in which such remnarks are made. As regards the statements in question made by Representative Rainey, the president attaches so lit tle importance to them that he had not even read them until your protest came.. He has now read them, and none of them concerning which he had knowledge has any foundation in fact. The president need hardly say that this government disavows all re...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 11 February 1909

llbsola's Best Grocery he One Best Cup of Coffee You Ever Drank Do you reoolect it? .I-.en't you tried many times since j ol that prticular flavor po ... ctiy suited your taste? l Ia .the first time in history you Uy ljWv buy a "Find-Out" Package *klaetd C.fees. ·306 3 flb~r t tieM ovsr f poud of the best tr (hors to be found in e;c e tn a separate box, mid an prepzed by the process that Choose your flavor and you can al ways get it at this store in one and two-pound sealed tins. The brands i VIOQRO-Is the strong and aromat BARRINGTON HALL-Is the stand- t and medium. t SIISTA--I the mild and dainty. Old Homestead Horehound Cough Drops Just the thing for coughs and colds. Good for grandma, good for mother and the baby and good for us all; In brick, per lab 9154, or in io0 packages Telephone Us For anything you need. We de liver without extra cost to any part of the city. Try the telephone number 16, and delivery; you will like It. Missoula Drug Co. VIE REXALL STORE. Hammond Bloek. Mi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 12 February 1909

THE WEATHIR [DYLINcOLN--. THE THETIAILY MISSOULIAN at ToVmorro--lS 8. M I VOL. XXXV. NO. 283. MISSOULAB, MONTANA, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 12, 1909. PRICE FIVE C A M 17R' LINCOLN .A .Y. rr 4 ~~ .a ..~. PoazzrePdA7AcZfz7era A/2?ZZvo crar , wmrasn sr W3} :r*1S4lplLg4~· tý,a"."yý y ~.ý\ ar ýý.Aa.': f; f .. rý " Y w` . { . ý_ *wý ý ý" ý,vipý R' ýý ' Y3 ý ý ý.ý° ýý ý"ý y p ý '' ý ` I +..ýýý +" M a, ¢ r ax,ýa t 'fec,>g a~rrr~a/ ni F~'As~R~Mi~~S~Ir~Kf4~ FRUITGROWERS PLAN A RADICAL CHANGE Society Ratifies Measure Asking Legislature to Pass a Law Abolishing State Board of Horticulture and Provide for a State Commissioner Whose Office Shall Be Located in Missoula---Plains Chosen as Next Place of Meeting. Staff Correspondence. Hamilton, Feb. 11.-In the most im portant of any of the sessions of the week the Montana Horticultural s, cliety this afternoon decided to meet next year at Plains, elected officers honoring J. O. Read of Hamilton with the highest office in its gift and rati fied a me...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 12 February 1909

Avenue The 14Foot elevard I have 8 beautiful 60x130 foot corners, close in, in Stevens avenue, that is cer tainly choice. Stevens ave nate is 124 feet wide and is deatined to be a swell reel deace street. Lots in the adjoining blocks on this boulevard ave nue selling for $500 each, in side lots. I am offering you these choice corners for a short time for $650 for the 2 corner lots, on terms of 1-3 cash, balance in one and two years. There is nothing bet ter on the market. In less than a year these same cor ners will be selling for $1,000 each. las. M. Rhoades THE REAL ESTATE AND IN SURANCE DEALER. 115 Higglin Ave. (Hammond Blook) Missauia, Montana. NEW MAMMOTH CAVE FOUND IN WYOMING Assistant Forester F. A. Silcox of this city yesterday received word that a new and hitherto undiscovered mam moth cave has been located near Cody, Wyo., but the particulars of the find Iag were not given. However, it was stated that the new underground cav Ity was found to cover two sections of land, whi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 12 February 1909

THINNING THE FRUIT (By C. M. Alien.) "Apples should be thinned whey they reach the size of chestnuts, and the smaller varieties of the Jonathan type should be thinned until no two apples are closer than four inches, while Spies, Wolf River and apples of that type should not be left closer than six inches to'one another; apples that touch will knock together in the wind, and imperfect and deformed fruit that will only make culls at best is the result. It is not possible to properly color fruit that is allowed to exceed the above limits, and it is cheaper to pick the fruit and allow it to fall on the ground at this time than to pick it when it has been al lowed to ripen and must be carefully handled if it is to be shipped. I found from actual count last year that the trees from which the fruit had been thinned produced a greater num ber of boxes than those of the same variety that had not, which to me was a practical demonstration that some at least of the strength of the tree that wo...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 12 February 1909

LAN P LISMINr Co. aaa 1' Wa. t Main Street, Mlei souls, Montana. i. at the postoffice at Missoula, tats, as second-class mail matter. SUSB ,IPTION RATES tb Avhanes) ly, one nteth ..............$0.76 , three months ............. 2..5 - six mMaths ................... 4.00 ., one ar ................. 8.00 ekly. One year ............. 1.50 added for foreign countries. i TELEPHONE NUMBER tsiness Office 110 Editorial Rooms SUBSCRIBERS' PAPERS , The Missoullan is anxious to give best carrier service; therefore sub bers are requested to report faulty livery at once. In ordering paper aged to new address please give old #.dress also. Money orders and checks biould be made payable to The Mis builan Publishing Company. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 12, 1909. LINCOLN. 'Abraham Lincoln represented the b.hest type of citizenship that has been produced by the country which was preserved through his efforts and for which he gave his life. Forever bla name will stand for all that is `beit in that citizenship. Co...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 12 February 1909

RAILROADS CONDITIONS IMPROYV ON WEST END CHIEF DISPATCHER SHOWALTER TELLS OF OPERATION OF DIVISION. "We have a model railroad," said Chief Dispatcher Showalter yesterday, when questioned about the traffic conditions on the division. "There never was a piece of railroad running any smoother than the Rocky 'Moun tain is at this moment." Here the chlef reached over to the desk of the assistant and filled his pipe from the stock of Mail Pouch belonging to the latter individual. After drawing the cuspidor into closer proximity, the railroadman con tinued: "On the west end we have got things just about where they ought to be. We have no worries about pulling a string of manifest cars over the. Evaro mountain, and the dispatcher's troubles are curtailed nearly 90 per cent. since the question of dispatching a bunch of 'hogs' back to Arlee and Dixon has passed into history." The pipe refused to show smoke, and the chief solicited the loan of a match before again entering into the details of ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 12 February 1909

SILK PETTICOAT SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY $2. 8 S2.89 Just 50 of these Beautiful Taffeta Petticoats--some with embroidery flounce and some plain. For Saturday Only... $2.89 THE MARTIN CO. FOREIGN INFLUENCE IN MARKET OUTSIDE AGENCIES HAVE EF FECT OF STRENGTHENING STOCK PRICES. New York, Feb. 11.-The dull strength In today's market was as cribed in large part to foreign influ ences and was an echo of the rout undergone by the bear element In the speculation on the London stock mar ket. The situation abroad has been cleared up materially by the interna tional political adjustments that have been going on, and which removes a weight of apprehensions that has borne on the foreign markets for many months. Union Pacitfc moved up with sympathetic effect on the whole market. The stock was favorably influenced by the official financial statement which was presented by the stock exchange in connection with the applications to list new refunding bonds. There was a noticeable selection of low grade bo...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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