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V Millinery V
OurLine of Millinery l^ now Complete with all the latest^styles of Hats and Trimmings as well as a large stock trim^^med Hats ranging in price from $1.00 up 9 ) 9 9^T^ f^nnflc Our Stock of Dry Good* and foot-^MJt J UUUW^ wear is complete and prices low 3
jm Fruits and Confectionery J*
Wehave refitted up our fruit and confectionery depart^^ment and will handle everything In this line S Je
VMurray ^ Murray V
OFA LOCAL NATURE
Thebest 5 cent cifctx in tow
Thebest and cheapest pipe in^town at Kdjjecotnbe's.
JohnMessner of L'tica was in^town Moat4 j.
i'ianosand Organs at the ^Art^^Music Store on easy payments.
CurlyVan is reported to hare^sold his saloon to Art. Wright.
Musicwill be a prominent feature^at the Orchestra dam e Friday night.
SwenHolland the sheepman of^the North fork transacted business^in town l riday.
Wepay cash for hides and pelts.^^Lewistown Meat ft Provision Co.
SiclFrost from Forest drove^sojoufked with his city friends^Monday.
Forabstracts of ranch or city^property see C M. Kelly, I.ewis-^town.
Severalsmall buildings are in^^course of erection princepally^dwellings.
Buyvour spring millinery of Mrs.^Culver where you will find correct^styles and prices.
Workon the new Methodist^church is progressing nicely, it will^lie a handsome edifice.
TheArt Music Store is now lo^^cated across the street from the^Acme ( aft*.
Thelocal lumber trust has com^^pleted a large vara home near the^track on tirst avenu**.
Ir. F. F. Attiv Hours 10 to 12,^2 to 4, 7 to ^S Telephone 1^2. Of^^fice, Main St. and (^ Ave.
JoeTruelove loaded out for^Kendall Tuesday. | artly loaded^with Cragg ft Hanev's goods.
ForSale ('heap. Almost new^Smith Preilee typewrite^. Good
bargain.Call it the News office.
ArthurClifford and the Grass^Range - fearing crew ex- ect to l^e-^izin the seasons work about June^the first.
F.F. McCowan, attorney at law,^will practice in all courts; collec^^tions prom, tlv attcided to.^Office in TelepHont Building.
Theonlj food thint: about the^pi[^e used in the koeal water supply,^is that betaf ^!^^^^ I'll the bust, it^nives a little uii'.c !i ncedi d einploy-^iiient.
Ielino Siriiu I'-eans ; t Lehman's.
(insWeiult ^jmJ wile will leave in^a few days for St. I'uul, where they^expect to live. Mr. Weiult while^in the city has been employed by^Hopkins.
TelmoAspai.i^us at Lehman's.^.A!. Hutchinson arrived in town^Satunl.i'- with a big freight load of^goods for (iilt Fdge and local thirst^parlors. His string team of 14^horses are looking splendid.
I'elinoSiring Beans at Lehman's.
Afew carpenters are working on^the freight shed in the railroad yard.^It does not appear to be near large^enough to MCOnnaodaM the local^freight business of Lewistown.
'I'elinoWhite Wav bean at Leh^^man's.
LlnahCreed, brother of Oeorge^Creed of this city is visiting here.^They intend to drive to St. Louis^and take fu the 1 air before icturn-^ing. Mr. Creed came from Okla-^homa.
TeltnoAsparagus at Lehman's.
Al.Bollaii was in from nil Mc-^Honald creek ranch Friday. AL^will soon be back de\eloping his^prospects in the Judith range, and^greeting old comrades 111 Gin Edge
GftlloaRaspberries at Lehman^Herman Schnick left for^lielena and Butt^ on Saturday's^train, he'represents the local tribe^of Red Men, at the state
V T*^^ N*^*'s wiih^s
SeeMrs. Culver for spring mil^^linery.
ArtWright will open a saloon in^the Acme.
SeeMrs. Culver for spring mil^^linery.
Ed.Fit/.hugh will open the Tivoli^on May 30. *
Trylat ice cream at Kdge-^combe's.
HalseyR. Watson and wife re^^turned form their wedding trip^Tuesday.
line job printing at the News^office cheaper than any other place^in this city.
W.L Cragg left for Kendall^Monday to take orders for early^summer delivery.
Sheetmusic, instruction books^and musical Mdse., sold at the^^Art^ Music Store.
Thereis need of a bulkhead at^the end of the track on first avenue;^a box car is now across the side^walk.
ForRent Good room for office^in front, or can store goods securely^in rear of the building. Rent cheap.^Call at the News office.
JohnSingle the cattleman from^Black Tail was in town Monday; he^reports the range in splendid con^^dition.
For railroad tickets call on or
write W. C. Doherty, ticket agent
forthe Great Northern and Mini
tanaCentral railroad. Lewistown.^Mont.
JimKane has been employed for^the last week constructing some^bins at the coal mine and putting a^new scale in place.
GallonRaspberries at Lehman's.
W.T. Neill the Commissioner^left for his home last Wednesday;^he had to come in to attend to some^county road work.
('^allon (ion cherries at Lehman's.
MrsWaiteo*'the Waite lodging^hOVM left for California last Friday.^She was called there to attend her^mother who is very ill, and the^funeral of hei sister, so her cup of^woe ft over flowing.
ForSale Hood residence lots^close in; also dwelling houses. The^easiest terms ever known. Payments^on the installment plan. Anything^taken in trade for first payment.^^C. S. Creed. Lewistown.
Tuesda\wis Arbor day, and the^children from the schools had a^picnic planned on upper Cotton^^wood. Several wagons loaded^w ith children left about ten o'ch ck.^The County Superintendent Miss^M \ ersick and several of the teach^^ers went w't^' them.
TelmoWhit; Wax Beans it l.eh-
(ua letter from the editor, he^mentions meeting our old ^ omrade^II. L. Siggins, who was employed^at the light plant in Lewistown^about t^0 \ears ago, he is now^located in Chicago.
('^allon Gootal erries at Lehman's.
Gravelis battled Ifi N surface the^tracks in the yards, it is loaded^with a steam shovel, and unloaded^by means of a plow, which is hauled^along the flat cars by the engine.^But few men are needed.
TelineShrimps at Lehman's,^ohn Shelton who is ^ployed at^the Puritan restaurant, is wearing a^broad smile; well John has reason^to be happy at the arrival of such a^fine boy, as the one now at his home.^Mother and child are doing nicely.
TelmoShrimps at Lehman's.^Mrs. Murray sold to II. 11. Lang^superintendent of the Kendall mine,^the lot on Main street occupied by^l orn l'ratt's blacksmith shop. The^saletook place Saturday for a consi^^deration of $5,000; this is one of the^best lots in town, especially as Itusi^ness seems to be concentrating be-^i .vp'n fotir'.Il Plu ^'^'.** ^'*^'*.^^*^.
Watchfor the conumdrum supper^menu next week, to be given by the^Ladies' Aid Society of the M. K.,^church.
Workon the city sewer is pro^^gressing rapidly, the trench is open^ed beyond the big school or. ^rd^avenue.
JuliusPeterson and family of^Cottonwood has returned from Cal^^ifornia where he and his family have^been visiting.
GeorgeCaulfield or Timberline^who was injured by a horse on the^Blanchard ranch is in town. His^arm is getting along nicely.
The(lilt Edge union is meeting^in the big school house on the hill,^the first meeting was held in the^new fjuarters last Wednesday night.
Ifyou need a Shampoo and scalp^treatment give the new Shampoo^Hood a trial. Itisabeauty. Ladies^Hair dressing parlor, Judith Basin^Bank Buildintr.
Anelegant line of hair switches^all colors at Mrs. Leese's. A set of^loop hair pins given to every lady^buying a switch for one week only.^Do not miss it. Telephone 65.
Thecommittee of the Gilt Ldge^miners union are meeting with great^success in soliciting subscriptions^for the Miners Union day celebra^tion, June I J. Menglekoch gave^I75 and Audette $25.
Itis the duty of every union man^and sympathizer to attend the dance^to be held in Cook's Hall, Kendall^May uth. The dance is given by^the North Moccasin Miners I'nion^in aid of the men who are on strike^in Colorado.
P.W. Watkins suffered a severe^accident while driving from Gilt^Fdge to Lewistown last Thursday.^The horse made a sudden tern at^the corner above Kelly's ranch, the^wheel struck a post, and threw Mr.^Watkins out. His right arm is^sprained but no bones are broken.
Mr.and Mrs. N. L. Poland have^just returned from a visit to Lewis-^town incidentally to visit ami to in^^hale the glorious o/one of Fergus^countv.
LastWednesday the genial ton^sorsial artist commonly known l^v^J his intimate friends as ^Casey^ ^.is^j joined in the holy bonds of matri-^^ mony to a Miss Hoover of Billings,^Mont. The following night the^I small boys of the village got potted^on the event and a pleasant chari^^vari was in consequence. Casey was^passing the cigars around, and ..as^greeted with many congratnlati Dl^by his numerous friends.
Jas.Washburn's -j children have^been down with the measles but are^now convalescent. Mr. Washburn's^little daughter had a severe attack.
GiltKdgc Aerie of Kagles No. 375^are thinking of organizing a Hall^Team for the ensuing season of '04.^Mott any old fine day you can see^the boys practicing * on the main^thoroughfare.
Chas.Winifred Scott, (Bert^whistle) has leased the Klondike^hotel from V. Caraway and has^opened up a short order restaurant.^He also has sleeping accommoda^^tion for his transients.
1reg/et to state that Billy Adams,^late coach 01 the Indian Basket ball^team was called home to Butte by^telegram stating that his mother was^eriously ill, thus forcing him to^cancel all engagements.
CharlieWhipple is now in the em^^ploy of the (iilt Fdge Mercantile^Co. They are keeping Charlie^pretty busy now a days arranging^the shelves to receive the addition^^al merchandise from the ^oid^stand.
TheDahl Hotel has changed^hands. J. V. Looke is now in pos^^session. The consideration between^Mr. Dahl ami Mr. Looke was that^Mr. Looke turn over 150 head of^cattle quoted at $2X^0 per htfaiL^and it 1500 cash. Dahl is to keep^this year's increase. Mr. and Mrs.^l'ahlare preparing to move upon^their ranch close to Gilt Edge.
Fourof our practical miners are^about to shake the dust of this camp^from their feet for the gold mining^fields of Alaska. Their departure^will occur on or about Juneist. '04^It is rumored that a certain promi-^physician of New York City and F^.^W. King of the Barnes King mine^of Kendall are back of this expedi^^tion. These men are under con^^tract to start from Fergus Co., or^rather Gilt Fdge and Kendall. Billv^! Maeder who'll be Foreman of the^Big ^4^ is to receive fj per diem^u th transportation and all neces^sarv expenses. Tom Sanford, Billie^Thaylon and Dunn Stoddard will^accompany Mr. Maeder and will re^reive 54 per diem ami expenses.^They'll in all probability embark in^one of the VOMOtf leaving Seattle^early in June. Their port of^entr\ will be (^amp Nome, and from^them e inland ; miles and qo miles^up coast A few old timers from^Alaska claim \. here these men .ire^goinii that it is one of the most des^olate spots on the Nome coast. Not^a stick of timber there and verv lit^^tle vegetation. Their contract calls^for 100 working (lays until the sea^^son closes.
cT6eART MUSIC STORE
AGENTSFOR ORTON BROS.
F-B. PETERSON ^ CO., Proprietors
VPxiritan CgJg Buffet i
BURKE6c BUTLER Proprietors
Finestof Wines, Liquors and Cigars ^+
MainStreet, I cuisfow
Blacksmithing^ Wood Work
LewistownMeat ^^ ProvisionCo.
fggs^ 3 } fish 3 3 3 VEGETABLES 3 3 3 came
vC. M. KELLY v
~ ELECTRIC BUILDINO, LEWISTOWN y
TIMECARD EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 2.L IWj
E.H. HOAR. Supt.ROBERT If ANTOFL Gen. 'an..-er.
N By Taking Advantage of the Eliminator of Unnecessary Expenses
^ Method of Selling Groceries Enables
Togive better goods forftl Otiey
Samplesat T5he News Office
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