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V Millinery V
OurLine of Millinery is now Complete with all the latest^styles of Hots and Trimmings as well as a large stock trim^^med Ilats ri:nj^inj; in price from $1.00 up 9 ^ ^
tf~vOnd. ^*ur Stock of Dry Hoods and foot-^i y \J*KJ\J\Ad^ wear is complete and prices low
J**j aits ai\d Confeclior\ery J
Wehave refitted up our fruit and confectionery depart^^ment and will Itnndle everything in this line
V-Murray ^ Murray V
DryGoods, Clothing, Hats Shoes, Ladies^And Gent's Furnishing Goods at the
Ntw York Store
J.II. Dinglcy, machinist, has^opened a shop in connection with^Oliver Jutras, and is ready to give^all orders prompt attention.
Theretono place irfcere ytn can do BETTER.^Mr MOTTOA A
OFA LOO.! NATURE
Trythat i^ ^ ^ ream at Edge^^combe's.
Thebest I cent ^ igof in town at^Edgecombe's.
Thel^est ami ^ heapest pipe in^town at Fdgccoml^c's.
Wepay casli for hidas an^l pelts.^^Lewistowu Meat \ Provision Co.
Pianosand Organs at the ^Art^^Music More 00 easy payments.
Forabstracts of ranch or city^property see ^^. M. Kelly, Lewis^tow n.
Dekalb|^law. Rooms^son Bldg.
TheArt Music Store is now^cated across the street from^Acme cafe.
Sheetmusic, instruction books^ami n.usicat Mdse., sold at the^^Art^ Music Store.
Avers,attorneys at^urn! 6 Allen ft Robin-
Knight 5c cigar^It v ou don't like
Tna White^at Edgecombe's,^it bltel i' back.
JudgeCheadle made another^^safe^ hit on Miners Union day.^Nary one hurt.
Dr.T. F. Attiv, Hours to to u,^2 to 4, 7 to 8 Telephone 13;. Of^^fice, Main St. nn.l 6 Ave.
f,P, Mc Cowan, attoi.iev ;it law,^will practice in all courts; collec-^tions promptly attended to.^^Office in Telephone building.
Forrailroad tickets call on or^write W. ('. Dohertv, ticket agent^for the C.reat Northern and Mon^^tana t'entral railroad. Leaistown.^M out.
Youhave nothing to gain by vot^teg the old party tirkets. You lose^even though the partv be elec ted for^which you voted. There is only^one way to win and that if to vote^for what you want whether yon net^it or not.
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TheCrisis of Salt l ake has been^reduced in size ffOOl 16 panes to^eight pages. This looks bad for the^paper at such a young age as vol^^ume one and No. 14, and does not^bespeak much energy in the move^^ment in I'tah.
Socialist!in nominating a ticket
Yourattention is called to the ad^vertisement in anothercolumn of the^^ 'laridon Hotel of (lilt Fdge. Mrs.^Look* is conducting a first class^hotel and is deserving of your pat^ronage.
TheKendallitcs are talking of^relebrating the fourth in Kendall on^a small scale. The best baseball^material will be selected from Ken^^dall and Gilt Edge to play a match^game of ball with I.euistown. The^Kendall fans say the aggregation^will be fast com pan v. I hey also^suggest that lewistowu rooters bring^along some silver if they desire to^increase their wealth about 100 per^rent.
Thelittle editorial that^in thousands of old party papers all^over the United States in regard to^I^ebs getting fio.ooo a year from^n railroad company, is one of these^telepathic editorials composed by^s ^me hireling at Washington, 1). C,^and sent out to the brainless old^pirtyite editors. It appeared ver^batim in thousands of democrat and^republican papers.
Willthere be anything done by^the official authorities of Fergus
countytoward collecting the Mur^^phy bond before election
Weunderstand that Father (^)^Vermaat who spent considerable of^, his time telling how Fathers M^^:0radv and Hagerty had denounced^BocisJfaMB, is now rather cjuiet on^should never leave a single place uiat ,,0jllt. \\c ^ all ,low tUrn his^open on the ticket because of the I attention to boycotting the News^belief that they have no man com and getting a few pin headed busi-^petent to fill the same. The ol^l , ness men to withdraw their patron-^parties have never stopi^ed at this | aj,e from ,his paper. Well, go to^point, notwithstanding that many jt. the News is still here and no re^^ligious prejudice
canever^truth of facts
sti ks have been elected
Everypaper announces the waves i *ne justice or^of prosperity that are striking the 1 our columns,^laborers, in the reduction of wages^the laying off of a part of the force,^etc. 11lit the laboring people are to^blame for they arc the ones who^elect the prosperity parties to office^and have elected them to these po^^sitions fur the past forty
Thepresentation speech by W.^I ^. S\mines when he gave the Ttej^ot I.ewistown^ to the Helena visi
tors,is said to have been
t 11 :^ u .1^1:1 1!
whohas become to^realize the present economic^situation too thoroughly to^bother his head with the fool-
The Montana News desires to^^nggett a man for the Van who^would be just the fellow in the right^place. A man well grounded in^s^ ientific Socialism, revolutionary^to the core, a good talker, either^single handed or in a speech, MM^w ho never gets mad at his opponent^no matter how trying the depth of^his ignorance may l^e, a man who^a master j carcs nothing about making monev,^ettort had it been delivered by | jn fart one^some ten year old school bow Bat^even all this the Argus found no^space to talk of ignorance, the space
thatthe Convention of the Socialist^Party of Austria was in session.
Ifat any time, before the Ca n^paign is in full swing, we should ,^e^in a position to donate more MM ^^to the Organizing or Campaigi.^Fund we will gladly do so.
FocalFaurium, Mich., has ex^^pelled John It. Kasteller from the^Socialist party because he accepted^a local nomination on an Independ^^ent ticket and refused to withdraw^as a candidate after being notified^by the I .oral.
Stateconventions of the Socialist^party are scheduled as follows: June^19, Wyoming at Laramie: June 2(1,^Massachusetts at boston 'Annual^Socialist Club Conference); July^4, Colorado, at Denver; Indiana,^at Indianapolis; Iowa, at Marshall-^town; Mai \land, at llageistown;^Nebraska, at Omaha; ^ Oklahoma,^at ^ ^klahonia City.
(ieorgeD. llerron's new pamph^^let ^The Dav of Judgement,^ the^royalty of whic h will go into the na^^tional campaign mud, can be had^direct from the national secretary^for ten cents.
beingused in advertising the store^represented by the ^ mis ) manager.
Itappears that the Mine ^ Owners^Association of Colorado will be suc^^cessful in wiping out the Miners'^Union. Well if it does wipe it out^the light will then soon resolve itself^at the ballot box, and possibly the^quickei the better. There is only^one wav to win and that is with the^ballot. Laboring men are begin^ning to see it more clearly every^da v.
Thelate edict from the pope of^Rome to the priesthood of all coun^^tries to keep their hands out of pol^^itics will be heralded with joy by^many others than Catholics. The^priest's duty is to spiritual things^and not to wanl polities: however,^there are so many of these priests^w ho are such low despicable crea^^tures that their natural gift is about^the standard of ward political work,^and ^supernatural^ control of the^voter who goes to church on one^day in the week and get drunk the^other six.
Theappeals from the laborers^over the country to the President to^end federal troops to Colorado does^net seem to meet with an immediate^reply either in the afhrmative or^negative. Roosevelt is up a tree,^so to speak. However, should the^president lay a hand on the Color^^ado trouble the first thing to be^done ^ were the proper thing to be^done) would be to gather in I'ea-^body, Hell, Wells the Mine Owners^Association and the c itizens alliance^placing them in a separate bull pen^from that of the miners. In this^position, on bread ami water with^lice and grey backs sufficient for a^few months they might begin to un^^derstand somewhat the other side^of the question. They would at^lea ,t realize that there are t* ^ sides^to the trouble. Hut why all this,^when S7,ooo voters of the state of^Colorado said by their ballots that^they wanted IVibmly ami anarchy
Therejection of the present na^^tional platform by the referendum,^should such be the case, will leave^the party still standing on the In^dlana polls platform. Possibly it^wouM be best to reject the new one.
ThePeople of New York appears^to be fond of rubbing it in on James^F. Carey. Possibly Carey did need^a program for his guidance when in^other, and that was his reason for^favoring a program at the National^Chi^ ago convention.
'1lie Catholic church | riesthood^of Wisconsin appears to be lining^up . ftintt Socialism. Let them line^tip. It will be but a short time un^^til Iheif lines will be broken. Truth^crushed to earth shall rise again,^appeared an,i the chim h of this country like^tbe military of Colorado, is not^Strong enough to blot out the Amer^^ican spirit that abounds in the^average citizen's breast with joy for^freedom. On with the dance!
Ihe fracas that occurred between^the imi mineis of Gilt Edge lately^sei . . to have been somewhat color^cd by the local contemporaries.^IT a facts gleaned it appears that^Fred Jones and another miner nick^^named 'French Joe^ got into an^alti nation by reason of the former^extracting a bottle of barleycorn^from the pocket of Joe. Words led^to lows and Joe administered to^Jones a drubbing. It seems as^though Jones was bent upon a con-^da lanCC of the ijuarrel and endeav^^ored to provoke further trouble^with ^Trench Joe^ the following^morning when they reported for^work at the mines. Joe refused to^further argue the matter while on^dutv and inadvertently stooped over^to pi^ k up some material when Jones^dealt him a cowardly blow with an^axe. knocking him out am! running^tony. Fortunately for Joe the force^of tiie blow was thwarted by the^handle of the axe coming in contac t^with his clothing. Deputy Sheriff^Wl.itcomb was put on Jones' trail,^and swore in as an assistant one^Harney Hedigan, who was under^% 150c bond for a criminal charge.^They were out a clay and night with^^out effect, other than bringing clown^a wolf and two coyotes. Ouite a^pleasant hunt, 'wolf hunt) was en^^gaged in it is said.
T5heART MUSIC STOR.E
AtiENT.SFOR ORTON BROS.
P.B. PETERSON ^ CO., Proprietors
V;Pviritan CaJe Buffet j
BURKS^ BUTLER Proprietors
*Finest of Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Blacksmithing^ Wood Work
LewistownMeat dc ProvisionCo.
FC.CS 3 ^ S FISH S ^ 3 VEGETABLES 5 3 GAME
VC. M. KELLY v
Abstracter and J*
J* ELECTRIC BUILDING, LEWISTOWN
ish Utopian dream of getting]^rich or making money, in fact aj^man just fitted for one place on the!^Van, and that is Comrade Arthur^T. Harvey of Lewistown, who for^some months past has conducted a Scavenger Work Given^series of artic les in the News under | I'rompt Attention *A^the head of ^ The Class Fight.
1I W IS I'c iW N, ^!^ '.TANA
TIMECARD EFFECTIVE APRIL 30, IV04
RICHARDA. HARLOW, President
GOTEM ON THE RUN
\Our Competitors say we cannot sell the Best Goods at our Prices. ;|
*We Sell the Very Best Groceries
y 30 Per Cent cheaper
W THAN THEY SELL TRASA/ *P
IRepresenting q^O. meldrum ^^ co., ^S Chicago