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Ot e nt a warm Oash mhartlen,
pa)ble in idvancee for advertesNma
a his e.lum. If net paid n advmee
10U ts a li seeash INsertes.
Minimum eharpe for ose inrtlen
THOROUGHBRED SHORT HORN
cattle and Chester White hos, both
sewms; cheap. C. M. Goodell, Phil
A LARGE BUNCH OF KEYS, NEAR
the Day ranch, south of Lewistown.
Owner can have same by identifying
property and paying for this notice.
DWELLING HOUBSE. INQUIRE OF
De Kalb & Ayers. 11.23-tt
81IG1 BUGGY AND LIGHT HAR
aeast Call on Bryant Bros., Lewis
STRAYED--TWO HORSES FROM
Current creek, Fergus county, about
December lst: One gra dlng, weight
1,500 pounds. branded on right
shoulder and vented same on
right thigh; one bay geldin
weight 1,500 pounds, rnded
on left hip. Suitable reward
for information leading to reoov
ery. John Sellers, Forest GOro-e.1-14-t
Just a Smile.
You can drive the clouds away
With a smile,
Just a smile;
Turn the darkness into day
With a smile,
Just a mile;
Oh, there's nothing, when a man
peels the weight of sorrow's yoke.
In this whole wide world that can
All distress and grief revoke,
As a mile.
Just a mile.
How the way is brightened up
By a smile,
Just a mile:
Sweetened is the bitter cup
By a smile,
Just a smile;
Oh. the world may frown at you,
And your spirits try to blight,
But tie skies are ever blue.
If you always have i sight
Just a mile,
It's a simple little thing,.
Ie a smile,
Just a mile;
But 'twill Joy and gladness bring,
Will a smile,
Just a mile;
Miny hearts will dry their tears
And go singing on their way.
And they'll put away their fears,
Thinking of the glad today,
By your smile,
How the heavy burdens fall,
By a smile.
Just a smile;
Hope again beams over all.
By a smile.
Just a mile;
Lonely lives are cheered each day.
Duties lightened. hearts made glad.
Heaven's beauty flls the way.
If to kindly words you'll add
Just a mile.
-E. A. Brininstool in Sunset Magasine
A Hacking Cough.
Is immediately relieved and perm
anently cured by using Bunsen's Pine
Tar Co.gh Honey. It cures where
others fall and where used It will give
entire satisfaction. Pleasant to take;
contains so opium or other narcotic.
Warranted to cure chronie coughs.
Price 25 and 50 cents. Fer sale by
Wilson & McKechnie. Be.
Week of Prayer.
At the Presbyterian church begin
aing Monday evening, January 2nd,
sad coantinulng through the week at
7:30 each evealas, there will be ob
served the annual week of prayer.
Helpful topics and Bible readings will
be presented. All are Invited to set
this week apart unto prayer.
New Year services next Sunday.
Mrs. H H. . ogs will siag Ia the ev
eaing. Communion second SBnday In
January. followinta week of prayer.
Y. P. 8. C. 3. Thursday evening.
DeBells Kidney Pills Fres.
A full size bottle of DeBells Kidney
Pills will be sent to any suferer on
request. They are the only positive
eure in the world for kidney t.'uble
and we want yea to try them. Send
for a box today; absolutely free. C.
W. Begg Boons & Co., 36-38 Union
Pask Place. Chicago. For sale by WilI
son & MeKechnle. Be.
Read the Argus and you will get
Fergus County Hardware Co.
Wholesale and Retail
SHELF AND HEAVY HARDWARE
SPECIAL PRICES OUR LINE A Full Line of Harness,
on o_____ Robes and
Tinware, at prices to suit Sleighlls
STOVES any size poeket ..also..
or eveRY Enamelware and S K T ES ad ggies,
DESCRIPTION Nickelware CUTTLERY and Runners,
to take the place
Call and be IS THE DELIGHT OF of every description of the wheels on
to travel in the same your buggi &
clas ..... ...... . Spring Wagons.
erefter o s uberber will be
earrled on our books whose arrear
ages aIe grater than six months.
All saoos1a t sceuita - pay*
S own, ¢ounty .ub State
Subscribers falling to receive their
papers will pleau notify this ffle.
that the uuse may be investlgated
and reported to the proper authorities.
TO OUR ADVERTISERS.
On and after December 8th, 1904,
the following rules, governing the
handling of display advertlsing in the
columns of the Argus, will prevail:
Copy for page advertisements will
not be accepted after 9 a m. Mon
Copy for advertisements to occupy
space of one-half page or more and
less than one page, will not be ac
cepted after 1 p. m. Mondays.
Copy for advertisements of less than
one-half page, unless they be changes
of advertisements of standlng space
(the same space every week), will not
be accepted after 9 a. m. Tuesdays.
All copy for display advertising
must be received not later than 1 p.
December 3rd, 1904.
"The year is closed-the record made,
The last deed done, the lut word said;
The memory alone remains
Of all its joys, its griefs, its gains;
And now with purpose full and clear,
I turn to meet another year."
All kinds of nut meats at Bertrand's.
Oats for sale by the Judith Basin
Sam Schultz was In from Stanford
on business last week.
Compressed yeast at Hopkins &
Work is going steadily along on the
new Methodist church and the build
ing is nearing completion.
Reduced prices on all furs at the
Power Mercantile cempany.
Hamilton plaos at W. 8. Smith's,
one door west of opera uouse.
Charlie Smith was out of commis
sion for a few days autt week suf
fering from an attack of the grip. He
is feeling much better now.
Black Coney fur scarfs with six
tails reduced to $1.50. Power M.r
Philip A. Chase returned Wednes
day evening from a visit with friends
in White Sulphur Springs. Mr. Chase
says he spent a most pleasant vaca
What could be more sensible than
a nice piece of furniture for a Christ
mas present? If you think so just
call at the Lewistown Purniture Co.
Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Bverett left
...onday morning for an eastern trip.
-iey will visit Washington and oth
er places of interest before returning
The Judith Hardware Co. have as
complete a line of cut glass, hand
painted china, silver ware, lamps and
other holiday goods as ever displayed
William Fergus returned Wednes
day evening from Chicago, where he
has been for the last month under
the care of a physician. lie says he
is much improved in health as a result
of his stay in the east.
A new lot of invoice books was re
ceived at the Argus office last week.
They are strongly bounead in canvass
sad will stand an the hard usago
usually given these books. We have
them in 250 pages and 500 pages.
Lewistown people were spending
most of their time Sunday afternoon
and night in carrying coal. The tem
perature fell all day ant Sunday night
was the coldest of the year, the ther
mnometers registering all the way from
20 to 30 degrees below zero. The oQ1
clal figure, however, was 22 degrees
below zero and that was cold enough
for thb majority of the people. Mon
day the weather moderated and there
was a considerable rise in the tem
peratare. Wednesday the weather
was almost spring like as compared to
the days preceding it.
Parties who want plastering done
should call on Andrew Green.
Don't you need additional desk and
office supplies before the business op
ens for the new year? The Argus
office can supply your wants and at
prices lower than you can buy the
same goods for abroad and ship them
in. Everything from pins to typewrit
ers. Come in or send your order oy
Dr. Foley, teepopae No. 160.
Try I[onomy flour. It gives satis
Rufus Thompson, of Highfleld, was
in the city on business Monday.
Peanuts roasted every day at Ber
George J. Bach returned Wednes
day evening from a business trip to
nelena and Butte.
Go to C. E. Pintler for grain, hay
A. B. Long last week sold to Walter
J. Winnett forty-two head of stock
cattle at $20 per head. The sale was
made through Hilger & Busenburg.
See the Carmen bracelets, the new
est thing out at T. W. Warren's.
Charles M. Smith ana family have
moved from White Sulphur Springs
to this city and have rented the Chas.
Richards house on upper Fifth ave
First-class lath for sale at $3.50 per
thousand. Call at First National
Most of the business houses were
closed at noon Monday for the pur
pore of giving the clerks a half holi
day. The banks were closed all day
as it was a legal holiday.
Extra large and bushy bear fur scarf
reduced to P$3.. Power Mercantile
A suspicious circumstance took
place last week-the purchase of a
house and lot by H. Leonard De Kaib.
He bought A. C. Greene's house on
upper Fifth avenue. Just what will
happen next Is the question that Is
disturbing the "Baron's" friends.
W. S. Smith has two nearly new pi
anos to rent or sell at a bargain. Next
door to opera house.
Mrs. Mary Sloane, for so long li
brarian at the public library, has re
signed. Mrs. Albert Pfaus will take
her place in the public library. The
members of the board are sorry to
lose Mrs. Sloane, as she made a com
We wash, starch and dry your la
dies' clothes. Iron your fiat work and
handkerchiefs all for 35k per dozen.
Judith Steam Laundry.
Many people thought the snow of
the last week would Interfere with
traffic on the Montana railroad, but,
on the contrary, it seemed to make
things run even better, for the trains
came in ahead of time. We can ask
for nothing better than this if the
road keeps up its lick all winter.
When making your minle meat tele
phone No. 45 for your sweet cider.
Chn. Follmer, who was In Lewis
town Monday, says that the Denton
postolice has been moved from the
old Dent ranch, where it has been for
so many years, to the John Ross
ranch two miles and a half up the
creek. Although John Ross has been
postmaster for many years, his dep
uty, George Allen, living on the Dent
ranch, has been In charge of the of
flce. Mr. Allen has now gone from
there and Mr. Ross will himself look
after the office, the stages being com
pelled to travel the additional distance
in reaching the new location. Denton
is now the terminal of the line which
runs north from Lewistown three
times a week and which formerly
went through to Ft. Benton, also the
terminal of the line from Everson.
The past season has been a very
prosperous one for nearly all of the
people of Fergus county. Why not
add something to the comfort of your
home in the way of a nice piece of
furniture? The Lewistown Furnitute
Co. can furnish the article.
Dick Lewis and Kid Callahan, of
this city, indulged in a fierce encount
er at the Tivoli theater last Friday
evehing. The fight was advertised as
a twenty round one but it lasted only
seventeen . Lewis seemed to have the
best of the mix throughout with the
exception of one round, when Calla
han floored him for the count of nine.
He gamely stuck at it throughout the
rsond, however, and by stalling man
aged to save himself. Callahan was
a surprise to fight followers in this
city and he put up a good exhibition
and took a wonderful lot of punish
maent. Lewis excelled him in science
and generalship and should have had
the decision had it not been for his
desire to end the fight In the seven
teenth round, when he let his enthu
siasm set the better of him and rush
ed in on the Kid and struck him when
he was on his knees. There was noth
ing left for Referee Bebb to do but to
give the decision to Callahan. There
counu be no objection to this decision
as it was clearly a foul and could be
uealt with in no other way. As a
whole the fight was one of the best
that has been fought in Lewistown.
Callahan out-weighed his dusky oppo
nent and they both had knockout
blows on hand, which, if they could
have landed them. would have settled
the fight on short notice.
Go to T. W. Warren, the chronom
eter, watch and clock maker for cut
glass "perfumiers," both in gold and
REMOVAL SALE Our New Location
.glasting Thursday Dec. 39, and Zndin$ After January 7th we will be located in the new Lang building.
Saturday, Jan. 7. Our stock will be increased and we will show the largest and best
This sale Includes all shoes in our stock for men, women and chil- assortment of footwear in Fergus county.
dres. A complete line for men, women and children.
The prices will be lower than ever known in Lewistown for strict- All the latest styles will be found here.
ly Arst-cla oos . At
It wll pyt you t, hb your seoon's supply of footwear. The people of Fergus county are beginning to realize it's economy
IDe't will you this our season's suppal.ly of footwear to buy footwear at an exclusive shoe store.
. . .. The FAD SHOE STORE A:t..to
Economy flour $p.2 per 98 pounds
Miss Io Remington is spending a
week with friends at Utica.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren IR. Woodson
spent Sunday and Monday at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. M. B. D)arrow.
Get your lace curtains done up at
the Judith Steam Laundry.
The Argus offee closed at noon
Saturday to allow the force to pre
pare for Christmas.
Spring Creek Coal Company's tele
phone is No. 176.
John P. Barne left Monday morn
ing for Helena, where he will join his
family. From that city they will go
to California for the winter.
Dr. Attlx, telephone No. 132, cor
ner Main street and Sixth avenue.
Blackford & Blackfordl, attorneys,
office in Judith Basin Bank building.
Mrs. Rudolf von Tobel has been
very sick for a week or more and her
many friends hope for a speedy re
Special sale of all furs at greatly
reduced prices. Power Mercantile
As far as can be ascertained from
the outlying parts of the county the
snow of last week has been general.
I he stockmen are glad to see it ant
say it will do a world or good.
W. S. Smith can save you money on
pianos. See him at new store next to
Sable o'poesum fur scarf lined with
Siberian squirrel. Sale price $.0.
Pmwer Mercantile Ca
,. C. Sweitser left this morning for
Spokane to purchase goods. The hol
iday business sad the large trade
Hart & Co. have had since opening
diminished the stock to such an ex
tent that this trip was necessary to
replenish the shelves.
For camplng partes, herders, pros
pectors, nothing so handy as Shaw's
already prepared aour. Try it.
The attorneys are arguing the ques
tlon of a new trial for Koch, the man
who shot Joseph Vander at ttanford
last year. They have a large supply
of authority to use before the judge
and feel that they should make the
If you want any ice cream for your
Sunday dinner leave your order at
W. C. Draper returned to Lewis
town Friday evening from Corbin.
where he has been for some months
on mining buslness. He and S. 8.
lHobson, of this city, are interested in
some copper propositions at that place
and Mr. Draper says the property
Stop in at T. W. Warren's while on
your way to Chicago and see our dia- i
monds, sapphires, rubies and a gen
oral line of Jewelry. Prices right.
The dance given in Culver's bhall
last Thursday evening by the Cololed
quartet was a great success. A large
number enjoyed the pleasure of danc
ing to the excellent music furnished
by the boys. A new departure wasI
Introduced by the quartet, that of I
singing for the dancers. It was a
decided novelty In Inwistown and
took well with the crowd.
The Argus office now has on hand
a supply of supreme court paper, with
rules and numbered lines, for lawyer's
use. Fine quality Paragon linen,
painted In blue, $2.50 per ream.
A. J. Stough was in Lewistown last
Thursday closing up some business
matters preparatory to leaving Fergus
county for the winter. Mrs. Stough
went west to Washington last week,
where she will visit until joined by her
husband. Continuing their visit there
a short time, they will later journey
to Pasadena and visit with Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Kendall. Mr. Stough lived
In California many years and will re
new old acquaintances and visit points
of interest. They will be absent until
late in March.
Have you seen those souvenir sterl
ing silver spoons, and novelties at the
Judith Hardware? They are beauties.
not just because we say so, but it is
the universal decision of everyone
that has seen them.
Pianos for rent at the Art Music
Oats for sale by the Judith Basin
Clarence Barnes and Matt Regan
have gone to Boise. Idaho, to look
after some mining property.
Shirts requiring no starch 10 cents
at Judith Steam Laundry.
"Bubs" Bullard of Kendall was in
the city Monday on his way to Glit
Edge for the dance in the evening.
De Kalb & Ayers, attorneys at law.
Office Allen & Robinson building.
Oswald Lehman left this morning
for Helena, to be absent for two
weeks or more on business matters.
..French mink fur lie reduced from
$1.50 to $6. Power Mercantile Co.
The Lewistown Land & Investment
company last week sold a lot in the
Riverdale addition to B. W. Cooper.
The consideration paid was $1140.
Clark's carriage heaters, 14 inches
long, covered with Brussels carpet, for
$3.60 at the Judith Hardware.
t son was born to Prof. E. R. Young
an wife at Engle, Colo., Monday. De
cember 19th. The parents are form
erly of Utica.
The work of moving the Fergus
County Democrat from its present lo
cation to the office formerly occupied
by the Lewistown Democrat, began
For Rent-The Foster building, oc
cupied by the Fad Shoe Store. In
quire of A. L d'Autremont.
W. C. Kreplieu, of the clothing de
partment of Lehman's department
store, was a passenger on the out
going train this morning. lie will
visit In Oklahoma for two months.
It will pay you to go to A. Dahi
the shoe man, when purchasing shoes
He carries a full line of men's. ladles
and children's shoes and will sell
them at prices which cannot be dup
ilcated in the city.
Miss Theo Dougherty, formerly stc*
nographer for the Judith Hardware
company, has resigned her position
there and taken Risl Kathleen
Hughes' place in the office of Hiller
& Busenburg Miss Hughes left Mon
day for her home in Missoula.
T. W. Warren is headquarters for a
fine selection of diamonds now on dis
play. A general line of Jewelry.
watches, clocks, cut glass, etc. Prics
Frank E. Wright Is in poor health
and he and Mrs. Wright will leave
the city Friday morning for Helena.
Mr. Wright will take a long vacation
of two or three months and is undecid
ed as to just where he will go from
the capital city.
The calender stands which we ad
vertised last week went like hot cakes
and we now have only three left. If
you want one call or send at once.
Prices are from 75 cents to $1.00.
A devotional service in connection
with the newly formed Y. M. C. A.
will be held in St. James' Episcopal
church next Sunday at 3 o'clock is
the afterpoon. All men interested it
the work of the association are ear
bestly invited to be present. A bu. ,
ness meeting will be held at the close
of the service.
The Rev. Ulysses F. Hawk. who was
the pastor of the Methodist church of
this city some ten years ago. is now
the presiding elder of the Spokane dix
trict. In a recent issue of the Pacific
Christian Advocate a report of the
district, prepared by Mr. Hawk, ap
pears. The paper also has a picture
of him on the cover. The Rev. Uly
sses Hawk is well known in this city
and his friends will be glad to learn
of his success.
Owing to the early hour of depar
ture of the Montana Railroad train
from Lewimtown passengers destined
to points beyond Lombard 'miud ar
range to purchase their ticiets tIhe
day before leaving and the.reby save
the trouble of purchasing tickets and
rechecking baggage at Lombard. Tick
cts may be purchased from the agent
at Lewistown to all points, east and
PEABODY MAY WIN.
Contest for Governor in Colorado Will
be Heard by Leglslators.
Denver, Colo., Dec. 25.-If the Fif
teenth general assembly of Colorado.
which is to meet on Wednesday. Jan
uary 4. shall effectuate the plans
formulated by the managers of the
Republican post election campalhn.
GoveJhor James H. Peabooy may
serve as chief executive of this state
for two years more despite the fact
that Alva Adams still has nearly ten
thousad plurality since the votes of
five Dmever precincts were thrown
out bodily by order of the supreme
court In consequence of frauds expos
ed in contempt proceedings against
There will be a Republican major
ity of thirty or more In the general
assembly which will canvass the vote
for state officers. It is proposed to
have the general assembly appoint a
special centest committee of nine to
twelve members to which will be sub
mitted the evidence of wholesale elec
tion frauds in Denver and possibly
some other counties which the Repub
lican commlittees have been collect
ing ever since the election.
The Republican managers maintain
that with the fraudulent vote of Den
ver eliminated. Governor Peabody will
have at least seven thousand plural
ity in this county and of two thous
and in the state.
Head About to Burst From Severe
"I had a severe bilious attack and
felt like my head was about to burst
when I got hold of a free sample of
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver tab
lets. I to. a dose of them after sup
per and the nett day felt like a new
man and have been feelmg happy ev.
er sace," says Mr. J. W. Smith, of
Julil. Texas. For billiousness, stomach
troubles and constipation theee tab.
lets have no equal. Price 25 cents.
Fore sale by all druggists ta4 deal
Asy job work you deslu ,
e f len this sIles.' + W
Old Officers Will Step Down and Out
and Newly Elected Ones Take
Their Places January 1st.
MANY IMPROVEMENTS MADE
Old City Jail Has Been Converted
Into the Office for the County
Attorney and Surveyor.
With the first of the year ili n,,,I
officers of the county will st.1,, .ol
and the new ones take their placq.s
with the exception of those who wv.r'v
lucky enough to secure a re-election.
Another exception is that of the con
ty treasurer, who will hold over until
the first of March.
Much work has been done at the
court house in the way of repairs and
the new officers will get the benefit
of these improvements. The space
formerly occupied by the old jail has
Leen renovated and Its appearance
much changed. Lavatories have been
installed in part of thib space and a
large office fitted up for the use of
the county attorney and the county
surveyor. The commissioners have
decided that the county attorney
should have his office in the court
house, and this is the reason for the
htting up of the new office. The sur
veyor has formerly occupied part of
the office used by the superintendent
of schools, but this room was hardly
large enough for the two officres, so
the change will be made.
In the office of the clerk of the
Court the new clerk. John B. Ritch,
will begin work with the office in
good shape. This is probably tie
most pleasant room in the building
and Is nicely furnished. Mr. Iitch
will be at the office himself all the
time and he will have a competent
deputy in the person of Peter Oswller.
Mr. Oswiler was the deputy in the of
flice of the assessor last year and is
thoroughly fitted for his new posl
tion. He will probably help Assessor
Pick through the busy season in tas.t
office, but it is the plan to make hinm
the regular deputy in the office of
the clerk of the court.
Miss Meyersick will retain her pres
ent office on the first floor of the
uildllng and will have more room thl.4
year than she had last. This office
has been nicely furnished by Miss
Meyersick and makes very comfort
able quarters for the county superin
tendent of schools.
Assessor Frank Pick will retain his
old office on the main floor and will
only have a deputy during the ex
tremely busy season In the assessment
work and writing up the books.
County Clerk and Recorder Frank
J. Hazen announces that there will
be no changes in his office force. This
decision will meet with the approval
of all, for a more capable set of men
could not be found. The office is al
ways conducted in a business-like way
and the deputies are thoroughly com
petent. George Canon and Charles
Meyersick are the deputies in this
In the office of the sheriff there has
been some rumor of a change, but
so far as can be ascertained this ru
mor is without foundation and no
changes are contemplated by Mr. Sla
ter. The only change which has be.en
made is that of the deputy at Ken
dall. Mr. Iischer. who was appoint
ed last fall, has resigned his position
and Arthur Ikennis has been made
the deputy for that town. Mr. Den
nis will make a gooMl officer and the
choice will meet with the approval
of all residents of the mining town.
Mr. Slater will still be assisted here
by Ed. Martin, Ed. Silverthorne and
r rman Tnllock.
E. P. Chandler. the treasurer.elect.
will not take hold of the affairs of his
office for some months yet, so J. M.
Croft will start the year at his old
stand in the court house. The' treas
orer is allowed a deputy only at tax
paying time. Judge Cheadle and the
county commissioners will occupy
their old quarters.
John B. Ritch is already on duty
In the ofice of the clerk of the court
and is gettlag onto the ropes and tak
ing a few polnters from Mr. Wright.
He will be ready to take full charge
when the doors open on the morning
of the 3rd of January, Monday, the
second. being a legal holiday.
Pure bred bull calve for sale.
wil also have a few cows and heifers
for ale every year. Thi is a good
opportulty for anyone wishing to
start a herd of high class cattle. In
spection at my stock is Invited and
all Inquiries and correspondence will
receive prompt attention.
Fight Will be Bitter.
Those ho will persist in closing their
ears against the continual recommen
dation of Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, will have a long and
bitter fight with their troubles, if not
ended earlier by fatal termination.
Read what T. R. Beall, of Beall. Miss.,
has to say: "Last fall my wife had
every symptom of consumption. She
took Dr. King's New Discovery after
everything else had failed. Improve
ment came at once and four bottles
entirely cured her." Guaranteed by
Deizell Drug Co. Price 50 sand $1.
Trial bottles free. Bu.
It you would get al.the sews read
~$ $oleW -IotIcs
Whither-so-Evers Complimentary Din.
Last Tu1,sday evening, the Whither.
so-Evers, ,f which Miss Minnie Stew
art was a member. gave an anti-nup
tial dinner in her honor at the Silver
Moon cafe, and presented her with
a sterling silver salad fork as a wed
ding gift from the club.
The hospitable home of Mr. and
Mrs. J. L. Bright was the place of
meeting for the Tuesday club last
night. Seven tables were in play and
Souchre was the game played. The
Irizes were won by Mrs. Harry Brown
andi Mr. Waite. The consolation
I,rlts went to Mrs. J. C. Bebb and
.\rS. (;e. Bach. Delicious refresh.
!'uni, we re served and a very happy
.\. ninlg was passed.
Te Selle-Stewart Wedding.
(On Sunday evening at nine o'clock
it it, l hole of her brother, Rev.
leiniry Quickenden, occurred the mar
ria;,. of Miss Minnie Stewart. of this
('it', to Mr. Benjamin Te Selle, of
The, bride wore a handsome brown
traclling gown and carried flowers.
Mi.ss Stewart has been for the pest
two years one of the elicient teachers
of our city schools and has a host of
friends who will regret her departure,
but wish her joy and prosperity in her
The groom is a prosperous young
business man from Manhattan, where
the happy couple will reside.
Mr. and Mrs. Te Belle left on Mon
day's train for Iowa.
The following wert the Invited
guests: Mr. and Mrs. Halsey R. Wat
son, the Misses Noble, Cook, and the
Mothers, k Careful
Of the health of your children. Look
out for Coughs, Colds Croup and
Whooping Cough. Stop them in time.
One Minute Cough Cure is the best
remedy. Harmless and pleasant. Sold
by L. C. Wilson, Lewistown and Ken
New cases filed with the clerk of
the court are:
T. W. Humphrey vs. Coyle & Wright,
attachment. De Kalb & Ayers for the
Pauline McDonald vs. Malcolm Mc
onaldl, divorce. Blackford & Black
ford represent the plaintiff.
.Chas. Lehman & Co. vs. Chas. W.
Meyer. attachment. Blackford a
Bilackford for the pjlaintiff.
Power Mercantile Co. vs. Wm.
Ready and wife, attachment. R. von
Tobel and O. W. Belden appear for
Montana Hardware Co. vs. Wm.
RHeady and wife, attachment. R. von
Toll and O. W. Belden represent the
Delilah Wilson vs. Julius Wilson,
divorce. S. W. Pennock for the plain
ITEMS FROM MOORE.
Dr. Owen has purchased a new
buggy, which will soon have several
miles of the road behind it if the doc
tor uses it to attend to his country
The Christmas tree at the Tooley
hall Saturday night was well attended
and an Interesting program was giv
en under the management of Roev.
Chris. King had the misfortune of
receiving a double fracture of one of
his legs while working in the woods
one day last week. Dr. Owen attend
ed to the setting of the limb and the
patient Is reported as doing as well
as could be expected.
Al. Fleming was out to his ranch
in the foot hills a few days last week
and during his absence the cellar door
that "led to his storage of liquors was
broken open and a case of beer taken
out and feasted upon. Next day a few
plain drunks could be seen on our
str4 et. and it is likely something else
would be doing if Al. had been at
C. Saylor has sold his 160 acre
farm one mile south of town to a
party in Iowa for $2,400. While this
is one of the newest farms on the
bench It has some good substantial
improvements that Mr. Baylor has put
on it. and also about 4u acres broken
up and put in winter wheat that was
included in the deal. This sale was
made by C. S. Peregrine, who lately
engaged in the real estate busaless at
Bilious Celic Presented.
Take a double dose of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Disrrhoea remedy
as soon as the first Indication of the
diease appears and a threatened at
tack may be warded of. Hundreds of
people use the remedy in this way
with perfect success. For sale by all
druggists and dealers.
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