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The Daily Missoulian. [volume] (Missoula, Mont.) 1904-1961, March 17, 1910, Morning, Image 9

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Buy land, but use judgment in your selection
Land in thickly populated and fast building up
districts naturally increase faster in value thi
IN LAN ISother land more remote.
CERTAIN Denver Park
Located about half way between Seattle and Tacoma is one of the best
investments offered to the public today. Lots worth from $125.00
$1,000.00 can now be bought for
ALL LOTS 120x102 PEEi='
Never before have lots of such size been offered at such a low price
Just think of id Three ordinary size residence lots for $125. The
For Further ' Particulars history of Seattle proves what is suburban today will be a business h
way tomorrow, and thus the advance in property will make today's pur
Call at the Office of chaser independent. These lots are sold on easy terms of $10, $15,
or $25 down, balance in eight equal payments, 5 per cent off for cash.
A. K. Andersen GIVE YOUR MONEY A CHANC
424 North Higgins Avenue Missoula, Montana TO EARN SOMETHING FOR YOU
BITTER ROOT WANTS
BETTER SERVICE
DAILY MAIL 18 OBJECT OF MOVE
MENT STARTED BY COM.
MERCIAL CLUBS.
Il lr illion, M irc'll 1.. --A lltm ,ert -]i
'olvenment, Inuntced by the .y'ammer.
cinI ellth orf Btevensvillh, has heen.
htiarted In thile iittir IlR t valley,.
w in'h, if lu e'es' ful, will Mgi. lIl the
\ ll'ey Ihl I w ||llllltoI)ll Itn ill InIII tl iPrY -
I'I tw\lice l I d'ay. The' c',ontentloln Is
fr" iia juill elerk. tn t t the l orning train
1'rinl Missoula, which will give Iocal
,Iel'viet h lt't't ill te t nll t tW etween
Ilimlilt) l I d Misst lll:i. The mntter
t Ji-Ni flhl'l' tl' (T ()l itr' t 1)' by . 1).
unart of Milvo.svilh, ul.n the Ilonl
'rgnl. .tiatoHI inni diatel: t. y ;gained thei
sItll a 111 3tl' t ilt t lot llh r tIowns of ,ll I '
At ll , t r'f it ilc t time tit'he morningl r
triul from Mishoula delivMers saks for
Vl┬Ětor, Stevenvl till and Uhmilton, b|ut
IthII Is nl (ohantI' f-r hlo ]i nenervlice
hetl weenl tilt' tMcw, which Irn many
ways Is iN t grlot inenvelrnlonc'e. A lot
tir t hilierd at Stevens'vilhl i ll tIe even
lIng d'os otit re.th lhinilton until the
ivinitig of tile next day, and it letter
hilled lit fti' Il4itnlnl i he11 mtor ning
does not re..le l Stevenvillle until the,
itxllxt f|r'l onll . 'ThPe matteor lihas hl* n
taki n tllt wit the l hier terk of tihe
r'illway mIllill serviet li t HelnaII I ltd
overy effort will Ibe Imde to secure,
thtu service.
LUMBER MILL RESUMES
FIRST OF NEXT MONTH
IHamliton, March 1t.-J. E. Totman,
managen r of the Anuaondta Copper Min
Ilg companly' lulmber mill here, stated
today that thle ill, which has been
shllt down forl several days for Its an
notul overhullllng, will resume oper
ations on' Apri'l 1. The complhtlon of
the repairs to, the truck between here
tandl Dilr'by will allow the lollging train
to, make Its regulanr delivery or logs
,to thct mill.
TEALE LAND COMPANY
FORMED IN HAMILTON
1Hamilton, Malrclh lit.-Tho "T'Teale
.lnd comat lnl.y" Is tlhe nname of It now
real entale alenm:liVny that is being or
gunlized ill thlls itly anld inBoorp,)nrted
ulder the law ulof the state ptflces
ha;lveI already been opened in the 1a-.
lIII holtel annex on Main street. Thlt
omllllpany will d, a general real elltat.e,
lonl and ineuranell|l busliness.
The incolriporatrl are R. ('. Ta'll of
.Minneapolls and L. II. Kelley and J.
.\, Nordqlai l of this lity. Thile clpl
Ial sto1'k of the oimllpany is given as
$20.1.00. Thel local nd iof the hiiii
1i, will i in thar llg of Messrs. Kel
I.h & Nord'uist, h1th of whlom are
, I' illlnow heire
FROM MANDAN.
I lamlit .on Mularvc-i i. -'The foar chil
ir'n or J. Ii. "l'hein, ;ilt'mpflll ied byl
their iunlt. Miss Maid Welliv.'er, r
riwv in i liamiltn yesterdlay froml
M landan, N. li.
DAMAGES ARE AWARDED
IN CONDEMNATION SUIT
Ilamiltoni . Mlarch 1 .-A vIerd lit for
1237.511 in falvor iof thie idefendant liin
thie case or Johni L. Mills against
Iltrtil l pllp tland othlersl, was ren
dIeredl last evening by the jury In the
case. The defendnlltls were llowedl
$20 an acre for the live acres lnn1..
dInlllnl, the billlncc being illowied
for dlamagls. Theli clllil wlO I arguedli
lasIt evening alfter tile jury hild re
turned from IFl'liornce. where it view
i ed theill lprmisell in dispute.hillll.
The' c(l1' of.the stute against AI
MI lcLeod, nllcsedl of robbery, is being
tried todaLr in the dlutrlet court. The
case of the state algainst Joe KelI.
accused of robbery, is also set for
today, and will hbe heard It the McLeodi
trial is completed. Both men were Im
pllictedl in Ia robbery at 1Stvensville..
It il allieged.
HAMILTON BREVITIES
Henry (Ireenhood of Missoula Isa i
\'isltor in Hamilton today.
K. J. Gaynor was up froni Victor
on business yesterday.
Henry A. Thayer of Florence was a
visitor yesterday.
Professor R. W. Fisher and wife of
Victor were in the lity .yesterday.
William J. Fraser, an Insurance manat
of Missoula, was In Hatmilton yester
dliay.
W. H. Smith of Missnula is spilndling
a few days in Hiamilton lboosting for
M issoula-nllade brick.
WORK PROGRESSES.
Hamilitoni, Marciah 1 .--\VWrk on
Jlhlnson & Terrell's automnbil-et garage
on Rcl'ond street is proglrllsing .rap
Idly, and it was stated yesterday by
Chaurls Terrell that they woild he
ready to open up for business onll Moni
day. They have a line-story builld
ing, 310 by, lI feet, which will be en
SI:rged lin loo l as the extra roon li
required.
The New York Style Show
of
Bean IClotLhes
for MEN AND YOUNG MEN
Made in New York by
ALFRED BENJAMIN & CO.
A semi-annual exposition of clever New York
Styles for Spring and Summer 1910, now being
conducted in our estiblishment.
Models and fabrics identical with those being worn
at this time on Fifth Avenue, New York by discrimi
nating dressers.
New York Style is genuine, and New York Tailor
ing is the standard by which all tailoring is judged.
D. J. Donohue Company
SPRING OPENING
TODAY
Missoula Millinery Company
line of Or Il, rgest l diiIliays of tho very lattst in new
slpI ii g I'l'P niiosl inll illit.', mIisse' II nI chillldren's hIats rt
penli' filr y uIII' ilnspictlioll toiday.
)II xnt|k is dirl'ieI front New York, our trimmer le one
of I IIh'et I 1 5.11u 'l l ll c id lll- I Sr l ireil in New York, our iaker
IN 4I .11 of ,xl i' l' l,' I ll SeeriS il' mi fli'Isil (fro Ni ltlhe e It, nhowing
yon I Ihllt wa hP V glo. IP n i S i IX|'VI'lV SX ti.'ll ati eTffuiri to PIle5it
the Imost f:sl liiI Ns. 1'4' 4I', lilllly iInvitIe you.
Missoula Millinery Company
1I:.i5 lm l .tlill Str(eelt.
Watch for
Napoleon
Coming
To Missoula
SOON
FOUNTAIN PEN
GALL ON us FON THE SIMPLEST. STrONS$ST. MOST SATIIFAOTORY
FoUNTAIN PEN
IT FILLi A LONG PELT WANT
I- CLEAN ANO AS.V TO FILL, ALWIATO READY. NO DOiT AND ITS "I ILSIIILTV I5 5*U1NANTu
J. W. LISTER, 114 East Main Street.

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