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LOCAL NEWS I
Christmas trees for sale at Porter's.
Christmas goods at Porter's
Jack Hale and his wife came dowyn
from Lewistown Thursday.
Do your Christmas shopping early. p
Don't wait until the final rush.
Diamond rings. fmin $10 up to
$130.00 at Robertson's.leivelry store.
Piano and vocal lessons by Mrs. E.
J. North. $1.00 per lesson. 22t f c,
For a good smoke try a Richard A. i
HarlowCigar. Best on the market. w
Christmas trees for sale at Porter's. C1
E. G. Worden, Lawyer First Nat
ional Bank Block, Lewistown, Mont. t,
If you wish to sell your house, lots n
or anything else, list them with W.
C. Husband. 15-tf n
Mr. John Dierk, the townsite man
from Twodot registered at the Ilotel
It. is rumored the City Bakery will
open up again in a few days under a
Roundup Coal, $4(.00 per ton cash.
Delivered to any part of the city.
J. J. Hall, exclusive agent. 12-tf
Young Men's Suits and Overcoats
for winter wear at E. F. Ross & Co.
iriend Bros. Clutliing Co. Milwaukee.
Billy For] the county, attorney. was
here in town several days tfhis week
in connection with several legal noal
FOR RENT--A neat otlice room
above the McQuitty building. In
quire at the liariooltin trcer3 Co.
Classy Suits and Overcoats for )-(mitt
men who want. style and quality at
I lie right prices. Friend Bros. line at
E. F. Ross & Co.
Friend i;ios. Suits and Overcoatr
give style, quality, weA:1' and holo
their shape as no other clot ling. Sol(
bv E. F. Ross & Co.
Now is the tlime for 30u dealers t
have your holiday disulays photo
graphed, call at the st whio and have
it done. Olsen is there.
.Joe Ilechtard sold his ranch out
south of town last week to '4ait Mr
(reggor. The ranch consisted of 241(
acres of choice bench laud.
The Itounilup At letic b('I t) ofTere.I
$150,000 to hiAve the Jethics-I0ohnion
tight at that ilare. id .\(ii ever
here a tripe-drrain like that before?
E. I.('I.tO n wo t r~t nurli tr on Ill
3lit i-s.'is::i. ii: \'lt~i. ui .Iti t Ii !tr .
\:in itt,!:ir,: I) i nint I u. 11
weli knotn ii 1 ri i I
it t i ni' - t "d . iIi iltiki- k 1 I i tr
w Ite m 1110\ 1.1 in akeI t u~t it It t111 I',);
the walle.r mn1 hIi.
.1 hi - larl- I il ne 1, of Ili' s
in I he rod-li",in di'! Flt last F~rida.
nigh(. i)1 hef- re the l ire coild (I"
any "Fiits dauna e. it oa~s urio r Ithe
cent iol of l he locatl litte dpart inent.
(;el I he habtit lo r rit la~ur to '
at tie Graves larket. Mr. G(aiv
guarait es equal satis actioii wh t I
ei you order in person or over the
telephone. "Where Cleanliness is Par.
Ter(T G. 'r. H. Clu(oh ntert aiaed their
husbands in the Odd Fellows hail
Monday evening. The main feat tire
of the evening was dancicg and prt.
gressive whist. The climax of tit
evening was capped with a swel
Only Eight More Days Until Christmas
Coma early and make your selections. I carry a fine line of HIGH GRADE Jewelry, Watches, Clocks, /
S I erw arc and Cut Glass, ect. A complete line of Hollow Ware such as Tea Sets. Fruit Sets, Bon Bun Dishes,
Cake Dishes. Nut Bowls. cot. A fine line of Flaivare. I handle but ONE GRADE, that the VERY BEST.
of many pleasing and appropriate gifts for men and women to be found in my _ _ __ _ _ _ _
' ^' j.~ 08 Fe store. Of the foilowing I have the most complete selections.
DIFFERENT STYLES OF
MONTANA SAPHIRES GIFTS FOR LADIES d GIFTS FOR MEN Ladies' Gold Rings
Se nn an , us Received,, Lockets Cut Glass
Shaving I, A FINE Fobs Manicure Sets
li'ir ( null' LINE OF wItcuh ninigs
SINcvr Ablichlx DIAMONDS Braomles Pitns
d iene~t IIns 1<t i * iLa Cor-i and See Them 'e Ice Was lns
lonlct ct illis (aen il n Toieets
A. F. ROBERTSON
JEWELRY AND WATCH HOUSE
C. M. & P. S. Ry. Watch Inspector.
Christmas trees for sale at Porter's.
All styles and prices of mens,
womens and cliidrens winter under
wear at Marshalis.
J. J. Hopkins, tie landlord of the
IHopkins 1otl c ai Twodot, was in
town Suniday and Montly. Whil in
Luowl he called at the New- ontice and
put. in an order for suite inure
Louis Penwell tame in from Ilelene
WVedneisdtay. .M r. I'ecr tell tells ury
the i'10nt:In:L Ho'lland i; tinitiationt
ceiiipary t will liute its jial ;ltec
l rion II cleii to I eIlges. 'IT is lore
was made' nicessary ini orier to he ill
closer louch with the (2w scttlers.
A cIoIO tlini ctioni wtat pr-rstlit ta
to the Great l t cI itr ii icil thi
week asking thit the city assume
management of Ithe i r io's .lan'!
The matter wasi etrreid to the conl
nmittee ocn ways anii lieanis. Tleon
were some oljectlii 'aieit to thii
W.. J. l;, pii'gie, lh)i (ojenedl iihe
Home ite.i tiiaiurnt ilh ucit ral Ave. a
Short tint. ;ti I. c.:,,wn a tdeal witlh
Fired L Clait i. ~isit ,Liial ltI elmiploy
ed ill the IL it. 11101, hen. which
Sie takes over 11w tIi resi'turait.
~lark will tai.: p ,--' Ian of sainue :)ti
Satuni'y. 11\' , 11 it rihlci aim
It thI i miisini . aL I '.ti l 'I ,li tiii!' II}
make a bi~ s ince 4 t his new ven
I nOW' a ;trioin
fi:r and Wtile
Where 1,111 E- <en
roses nod and
And L uric! Ing on
Are purple dals
irs bright and
r There yellow lilacs
poop fromn out
te rape-l t[ c(1u3
fl ter bright and
And saffron p!nls
blooms t h e i r
A spray of dark
1//1 ~s blue eglantine
Nods by an or
Some dark gray
Where pure white.
tumble bk; L
1 J A benih of r'pI
Grow with a In;
of silver grapc
And pears and apples of weird hue
Urow in a dozen varied seal)-s.
This garden-Wait! I think you'll see
Sirowterries of a. golden 1iat
Tlhat llouriLh 'molgst these things tha
Of wondrous hue and shape and glint.
This garden is no shady opit
hedgted by a wall of living green.
Nn neatly planned and hbrdered pot
Where pleasant walks and nuL5s ar'
Nor do the scientists there come
' l' view the wiinihi 1s on disphly
And find thenmselves from wonier domi
That such things see the light of day
Ah, no. Yet 'Its not newromanae
'That works these changes, as to that
This wild and weird aml queer expanst
Is but my lady's sum'mer hat.
WIII:'ll D. NESBIT.
The Clock of Hints.
It was a novel clock they had
Ste told me that her father
N ]dalo parlor cloeks his little fad
And went to lots of bother
To git each timepiece oddity.
Just then with 'etion shifty
The novel clic; s ruek "twenty-three"
Precisely at ten-lifty.
The wind-swept paths of long ago
They coax us, coax us all the while,
With golden blossoms all aglow
And roses blazing mile on mile.
Out of to-day they have their start
From hare, bleak places where we
Into the reaches of the heart,
Into the golden yesterland.
Hto, nodding grasses bent above
The dim, worn pathways up the
And all of laughter and of love
Is whispering about them still;
They wound their way beside the
They hid themselves within the
And as the pathway of a dream
Each faded softly where we stood.
Through thickets where the berries
Through orchards drowsing in per
Through quiet pasture lands, and
The wilder ways of tangled bloom
The olden pathways wound and went,
And we look back away, away,
To where our yesterdays are blent
In the soft haze of work and play.
And but in dreams we foot them all
The paths we knew of old so well;
The paths of quail and robin-call,
The paths whose charms no words
We see them dropping down the bill,
We see them loating by the brook,
We see them where the trees are still
In every shadowed forest nook.
The wind-swept paths of long ago
They coax us, coax us all the while;
Ant we would fain arise and go
Through all the old days mile on
Out of to-day they have their start,
From barren spaces where we stand,
Into the golden yeslerland.
WITAT.:(I. D. NE:,BIT.
'i~e Christmas Dinner
'I'ln dl to oe one of I lie mo- 1'lab
ora e i't l 11 eaJ.. Th elttli(n of
\'i'at'' t'l Il'm;trv for tlie ist:o ion is
I atot; r of I re't importance. and
11 iLe Pet houltr e andOytes. We
arolr unro ill oin the oft alit i of all
Haot - o ,l here. We have nt.d a
-" ,Ieti; (Stott l0 o etr smlm 11 '111
Inlongin. 'i'l~u we have tturce";ea It
he,;(" mi 91 > ion. Fat or u; t~ith,
H1eats, Poultry and Oysters,
Mid lout will he proud of out (littler.
EARLY Xmas. Shop p in g
I Five men who have been working for four years to influence early Xmas. Shopping. This Is the fourth
year that a committee consisting of Mark Twain, Jac )b A. Rils, the late Richard Watson Glider, Ed
ward Feline, and l:lward T. Devine has been endeavorinr to get Americans to do their Christmas shop
This store has always suggested the mutual convenience and satisfaction resulting from shopping
earlier in the Christmas season. We are glad to record that tiere has been a marked tendtency in this
direction, and we thank you tor the past and for what you will do this season. This store is ready for
('hristtmas Sell equipped with
USEFUL XMAS. GIFTS
JACK FROST IS HERE!-Are you
Prepared for him?
Ilco ember warm underclothes gives comfort. and saves dollar bills. We have the best
in underweear that, money can buy for Men, Women and Children.
Girl's Boy's & Children's Wool Underwear.
2 piece suits AT COST AND LESS
Call and get one of our Mackinaw
or Sheepskin Lined Coats.
We have a complete line of Comforts, Blankets, Ovenshoes,
Socks and Mittens and everything that will make you comfort- I
able in cold weather
-!T ! MARSHIALLS Bouy g $ .
Yout Maeshom Buy the most goods
THE BUSY STORE
HOW THE HOLIDAY IS REGARDED
BY DIFFERENT PEOPLE.
lIt Depends Entirely on One's View.
point as to What the Day Brings
to Each-The Child and
HRISTMAS is coming!"
shouts the schoolboy,
flinging his cap in the
air. "Turkey and pud
ding! Mince pie, jolly
pantomimes, and par
ties! Hurrah for Christ
"Christmas is coming," says the
draper. "Turn one of our showrooms
into a toy bazar and get out the list of
tickets required for the New Year's
sale. What a good job Christmas has
not followed in the steps of other
old institutions. Thank goodness for
Some people expect so much more
Was It a Hoodoo?
"Isn't it strange?" asks Mrs. Henry
Peck. "I have just been thinking
that you proposed to me at 13 minutes
past one, on Friday, the thirteenth
day of the month. You surely were
not superstitious at all, or you would
have been afraid I would have re
Hen Peck says nothing, but looks at
the wall and thinks and thinks.
1'his only grant me, that my means may
Too low for envy, for contempt too high.
Some honor I would have.
Not from great deeds, but good alone;
The unknown are better than ill known;
Rumor can ope the grave.
Acquaintance 1 would have, but when it
Not on the number, but the choice of
Books should, not business, entertain the
And sleep, as undisturbed as death, the
My house a cottage more
Than palace; and should fitting be
For all my use, no luxury.
My garden, painted o'er
With Nature's hand, not Art's; and pleas.
Horace might envy his Sabine field.
Thus would I double my life's fadilt
For he that runs it well twice runs his
I And in this true delight.
These unbought sports, this happy state,
I would not fear, nor wish, my fate;
But boldly say each night,
I To-morrow let my sun his beams dis
Or in the clouds hide them; I have lived