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Fergus County Democrat. (Lewistown, Mont.) 1904-1919, April 04, 1905, Image 8

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Thursday's
Friday's
Saturday's
Special Prices
THE QUALITY STORE
RossMercantile Go
Successors to tHe Lewistown Commercial Co.
Thursday's
Friday's
Saturday's
BARGAINS
WHY WE BELIEVE IN BARGAINS!
Because the People Short That They Believe in GENUINE ONES
THREE DAYS' ALL DEPARTMENT BARGAIN SALE
This special sale will continue Thursday, Friday and Saturday of this week, and shoppers who appreciate remarkable
bargains will not be slow in taking advantage of this sale. All departments will be included in this sale, and our tables will be
loaded with bargains that are Real.
Spend Ten
Reading this ad, and then spend Thursday, Friday and
Saturday rtith us and see hort rte can help you save dollars
DRESS GOODS
If you have been waiting for a bargain sale on Dress Goods to be able to
get what you want, these three days will be an opportune time. Here are
some bargains that will be snapped up by the prudent buyers.
Dress Goods
At half Price
For these three days we have a lot of
Dress Goods of all kinds and colors which
we will sell at just
Half Price
They are splendid values at their reg
ular price, but Thursday, Friday and
Saturday you can get them for exactlv
Fancy Mohairs
The stylish material for shirt waist
suits. In the fashionable two-tone ef
fects, dot. dash, checks, in green, brown,
navy. A grade that sells regularly from
65c to SI.00 per yard. Thursday, Fri
day, Saturday,
SSc
Fancy Voiles
Something new in Nub effects. All
good colors. A good value at SI.00.
Thursday, Friday and Saturdav.
SSc Half Price
Dress Goods Remnants
All short lengths, from 2 1-2 yards to 6 yards in a
piece, at less than
One-Half Price
for these three days. We believe in clearing up on all
short ends, no matter how valuable they may be, and have
put all short lengths together and will sell them
THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY
at less than one-half their original price. You can find
among these goods many pieces of which you can make an
entire suit, and the way you can buy them now beats any
thing you ever saw in Lewistown.
Last Three Days of Our Carpet Sale
Thursday, Friday and Saturday are the last three days you can buy Carpets at the cost to the Commercial Co. We are making
changes in our second floor and are selling Carpets at Cost to make room. Buy your Carpets now.
Sale of Men's Pants Continued
$2.00 Pant for
$3.00
$3.50
$4.00
$1.50 $4.50 Pant for
$1.85 $5.00
$2.50 $6.00
$3.00 $8.00
$3.50
$3.50
$4.00
$5.50
Boys' Clothing One-Half Price
Our entire stock of Child's, Boys' and Youths'
Clothing is being sold at exactly One-Half
Price. If you wish to fit your boy out, now is
the time to do so.
OVR SATURDAY NIGHT SPECIALS
7:30 to Q P. M;
There certainly was "something doing'' at our store last Saturday night during our Saturday Night Special Sale. Every person who visited our store between
7:30 and 9 o'clock Saturday night got all they could possibly expect for their money. We were more than pleased with the result of the special sale, and are determined
to make it just as successful every Saturday night. For this week we put on sale, for our Saturday Night Specials, Laces of all descriptions at just One-Half their
Regular Price. Valenciennes, Torchon, Cluney, Irish Point Laces at One-Half Price. Also a lot of Veilings at One-Half Price. Our Saturday Night Specials are good
for one hour and a half, from 7:30 to 9 o'clock, and no conservative buyer can afford to "pass them up.'' Visit our store at this time and see your dollars grow elastic
■J
FARMERS IN
STITUTE MEETS
Interesting Lectures on the At
ricultural and Stock Raising
Interests.
DAIRY INDUSTRY VERY IMPORTANT
Prof. Elliott of the Experiment
Station at Bozeman Talks on
. Dairy Industry.
The second annual meeting of the
Farmers' Institute was held at Lew
istown on Thursday last. Very in
teresting talks on agriculture and
dairy farming were made during the
meeting, while a series of enlighten
ing facts on the raising of stock were
given by J. W. Pace of the Stockman
and Farmer. The gentlemen who ad
dressed the meeting were: AY. AY. AViley
manager of the AViley Transportation
of the National Park: Professor Elliot
of the Bozeman Experiment Station
and .1. AA'. Pace of the Stockman and
Farmer.
Mr. AViley lectured on the success
ful raising of clover and alfalfa and
quoted tire successes of the Gallatin
valley as the basis of his remarks. lie
laid stress on the fact that the raising
of a crop of clover on played out land
rested it in a manner which was far
superior to summer fallowing as well
as being more profitable.
Prof. Elliot in the course of his re
marks on the dairy industry, men
tioned the great opportunity for the
thorough opening of the dairy indus
try by reason of the establishment of
the Lewistown creamery whicli af
forded excellent opportunity for the
profitable disposal of milk and cream.
The Professor strongly recommended
the farmers to patronize this industry
and mentioned that $10,000.00 annu
ally was sent out of Fergus county to
pay for imported butter and cheese
which might just as well he turned
into the monentrv circulation of the
county.
J. AA'. Pace in the course of his in
teresting remarks on the stock in
dustry advocated t lie raising of thor
oughbred stock owing to the increas
ing shortness of the ranges and to
the fact that a smaller herd of thor
oughbred cattle would net the same
profit as a large herd of lialfbreeds,
the market price of whicli was de
creasing eacli year. As an example,
lie quoted the cattle industry in Tex
as where five years ago 5000 head of
thoroughbred bulls were imported five
years ago and which resulted in rais
ing the average price of cattle by one
third.
On Friday morning the party went
to Moore where a very satisfactory
meeting was held. A number of
Lewistown people accompanied them,
among whom were E. O. Busenburg,.
Robert Morrison and O. AA r . Belden.
Mr. Belden addressed tire meeting for
a half hour on the general agricul
tural conditions of the county and the
advisability of pushing the farming
industry to the front. He recom
mended the support of the Fair As
sociation as a means of thoroughly
advertising the agricultural and stock
raising resources of the county and
advised the patronizing of theJLewis
town creamery on the grounds of de
veloping an important industry of
Fergus county. While the interest
evinced in Lewistown was consider
able, yet it is to be deplored that the
farmers and ranchmen did not more
generally attend the lectures. At
Moore an exceptional attendance was
secured and a deep interest was
showed in the lectures. AVitii the
general iucrease of farming opera
tions throughout the county, it is
thought that the attendance next
year will be far greater.
Read the Democrat for the news.
DA VID IIILGER
E. O. BUSENBURG
Hilger & Busenburg
The Pioneer Real Estate and Live
Stock Commission Agents
I Land Office Attorneys
u
Conveyancing and Life,
Accident and Fire In
surance Agency.
LAND SCRIP FOR SALE
Phone 81
LEWISTOAVN, MONTANA

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