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OurLine of Millinery l^ now Complete with all the latest^styles of Hats and Trimmings an well as a large stock trim^^med hats ran gin}', in price from $1.00 up 5 ^ 5
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Jw Fr uiis arvd Confcctior\cry J*^^We h::\ . refitted up our fruit and confectionery depart^^ment and will handle everything in this line d
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DryGoods, Clothing, Hats Shoes, Ladies^And Gent's Furnishing Goods at the
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Try that ire cream nl^combe's.
Thebest j ^ent elgaf in town at^BdgOCi 'Gibe's.
Thebest and cheapest pipe in^town at F.dgecombeV.
Wepay cash for hid*s a11^I pelts.^^Lewistown Meat \ I'rovisi n Co.
Pianosand ^ ^rgans at the ^Art^^Music Store M easy j ryinciits.
Forabstracts of ranch or city^propertv see C. M. Kelly, Lewis-^town.
Dekalbi^law. Rooms^son bldg.
Finejob printing at the^office cheaper than anv other^in this citv.
TheArt Music Store is now^cated across the street from^Acme raft*.
linyyour spring millinery ^^f Mrs. j^Oliver where you will find correct!^styles and prires.
Sheetmusic, instruction books^and musical Mdse., sold at the^^Art^ Music Store.
Thetrouble in Colorado appears^to be a pretty fierce proposition,^and now it has been learned that^the assassin who caused the blowing^up of the depot a few days ago is ;.n^employee of the Mine Owners Asso^^ciation. The Western Federation^is offering $5,000 for the arrest ami^conviction of the guilty partv. It is^a ten to one bet that the Mowing up^and killing of the 14 people was^done by the citizens alliance. They^are the outlaws. They have proven^themselves so. Forcing men out of^offices where duly ele^ ted is proof,^but then fOU laborers vote for this^kind of tiling by voting the old par^ties into power.
StateCame Warden Scott^to be made up of about the right^kind of stuff. ^All coons look alike^to him^ and the arrest of fOUttg Pu-^lil/er of New York, the gay million^^aire gamester, who violated the state^; |UN laws of Montana, is positive^I evidence, that all violaters of tbe^j game laws, whether rich or p ^^ r,^will be treated alike by Mr. Scott.^I Already the capitalistic hirelings and^' paid trinklets, are spouting the^mouthing! of their masters from the^editorial chair, denouncing the game^warden's actions, as being an usur-^CailipaifH Flind P'**0* ^*pl^tocraticrights. ^Verily
Ithe ox and the ass knoweth its nias-^r'scrib.
Comradescan secure bundles of^the Montana News at 2 cents earh^in large or small amounts.
Thecoming democratic eetioual^convention has got the factions^Knotting.
MikeGitteOU of New Year was]^brought to town this Morning with u
fr. ; I rod leg caused by being run^over with a wagon.
'ast year the GIN Edge union^men had a democrat talk to them,^ai d this year they had a republican.^Both lawyers. The laborers like to^I ^^ humbugged.
Ihe State Socialist convention^received pretty fair treatment at^seems jf '1(' l ands of the capitalist dully^papers of Helena last week. It is^easy to see the change that is com-^ii g.
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TheMiners Union celebration at^(lilt Edge was enjoyed by a fairly^good sized crowd Monday, and with^tht exception of the sudden death of^J;:mes Coats nothing happened to^mar the day's proceedings. Mr.^Coats while playing in the band^Muted and never became conscious^again. It was evidently heart fail^^ure that caused his death. The^celebration was all that could be ex^^pected, the afternoon being taken^l with sports of various kinds.
Allthe states surrounding Colo^^rado are making a protest against^dumping the deported miners in^their borders. This is not because^of th^ danger of the deported e\iles
Culverfor spring mil-1
Duringthe third weak of June,^I 1904, Socialists in all parts of the^1 uited States are expected to donate^Edge- one half day's pay to the National^j Campaign bund. This amount will^be divided so as to give one third^to the Local, one third to the State^and one third to the National 01^ui/ation.
Ifthis call receives response from^all Socialists the sum realized will^be sufficient to start off the national^campaign in splendid shape.
Subscriptionlists have been * '
outby the National Secretary to all
thestate secretaries in the organized^states. These lists will be numbered^and countersigned by each state sec^ret ory and forwarded to each local
secretary. The national secretary
hasa record of the lists sent I to the other states, but a slap at the^10 state secretaries and the latter will j anarchists and citi/.ens alliance out-^keep record of the lists forwarded to ! ragous and unlawful acts, Peabodv^the local secretaries. Locals in tin- j and his gang of outlaws will be^the I ',^t^an'/e,, states receive lists direct | caught yet. Let them go to the end^I from the national secretary.j of their rope, but they will answer
Alllists must be accounted for to ' in time for the crime committed^the national headquarters not later'now.^than August 1, 1904. Secetaries^therefore should prepare to till and^return lists promptly so that this^amount raised through this medium^CM be received and put to use im-^Trv a ^White Knight^ JC cigar mediately. As the local, state and^at Edgecombe'*, If fog don't like national organizations all get the
benefitfrom this plan, it is to every^body's interest to push it along.
Socialistsresiding in states where^no state or local organizations exist^can be supplies with contribution^lists upon direct application to^the national secretary, 269, Dear-^1 irn St., ^ 'hicago, Illinois
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Dr.I . P. \tti\, I lours 10 to it,^2 to 4, 7 to s Telephone 13a. 0f
ftce. Main St. and (^ Ave.
F.F. McGowan, attorney at law,
willpractice in all courts; collec^^tions promptly attended to.
Officein Telephone building.
Forrailroad tickets call on or^write W. C. Dohertv, ticket agent^for the Great Northern and Mon
Ivery western comrade should^vote ^no^ on the adoption of those^trades union resolutions by the Na^^tional Socialist convention. It is .1^direct slap in the face of two ^rent^organizations which have recom^mended to their meniliership to^1 study Socialism, and embodied that^recommendation in their preamble!
Allthe local politicians of Leo. is-^towa were la Gilt F.dge Monday,^Bed Robert Mungall and ^Smiling^^David Ililger, citizens alliance and^union advocates, were in a few deep^consultations.
JudgeCheadle, in the course oi^his address, anent the I lelena excur^^sionist exercises remarked that ^\\e^in Fergus county, know no Amalga^^mated nor M lleinze.^ The Judge^at times, is given to jocularity. How^about the Lewistown Democrat
Ihe information is given out that^Mitchell rendered his decision, in^favor of the company at Red Lodge^^l :e to the ^bringing in of new con^^ditions, other than those incorpor^^ated in the ^Helena agreement,^ in^that Mr. Smethurst, the duly elect-
\Flower Book of Real Flowers
The Yellowstone Park Mower^book, published by the Northern^Pacific, is a beautiful creation. Itj^contains eleven specimens of real j^llowers, in natural colors, from Yel^^lowstone 1'ark. with names and
Alsosix full page, fine, half tone!^illustrations of bears, the Grand^runvon, gevsers, hotels, etc., found j^in the Park, the most v.ouderful^^put on earth. 54 by 62 miles in j^size, and where President Rooeeveltj^recently spent his vacation.
TheFlower Hook makes a beau^^tiful souvenir. Send A. M. Cleland^(ieneral Passenger Ag't.. Northern^Pacific K'y., St. Paul. Minn., fifty j^cents for a copy.
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TIMECARD EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 23, 1903
E.H. HOAR, Supt.ROBERT RANTOUL Uen. Manager.
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FinancialStatement^For Month of May
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POTSale Cheap. Almost new^Smith Premier tv ]^ewriter. Good^bargain. Call at the News office.
ForRent Good room for office |^in front, or c an store goods securely^in rear of the building. Rent cheap.^(Tall at the News office.
Theregular meeting of the So^^cialist Local of Lewistown has been^changed to Sunday night at 0:30 p.^in., at the News office, when every
memberis requested^and bring a friend.
World'sl air Rates.
CreatFalls to St. Louis and re^^turn ^47.50.
CreatFalls to Chicago and re^^turn 552.50.
Creathalls to St. Louis returning^via Chicago or visa versa ^53.75.
Ticketson sale every I uesday^Mav to ^^ctoBer, inclusive, also^June vth, 10th, and 11th. Stop^^overs allowed with going limit of^ten days, and returning within final^limit of ninety dnjM from date of^sale.
Torfurther particulars npplv to^C. W. Doiikkty, L. II. VoVMO,^Agt Lewistown lit tgt Gt falls.
topay Freight on ad^vertising matter,^^ 17, Yictor, Stamps. ^ ^ ^^^ 19, Lewistown, ^ . ^ ^
25, Hutte. ^^^ |I, Canyon Ferry, . ^^
May6, Rochester, donation, 1 Ho^^ in, Lewistown. supplies, 1 00^Total.
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5, P. J. Cooney. bac k
1.1, \V111. Mailly, stamiis, 1000
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25, Wm. Mailey, stamps. ^ _^_^^^_^
Receipts, .... ^64So
I'.npease, ^ |j|75
By Taking Advantage of the Eliminator of Unnecessary Expenses
Methodcsf Selling Groceries Erie^bles
Togive better goods for 1^^^^S AlOllCy
Samplesat T5/^e News Office
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