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Fergus County Democrat. [volume] (Lewistown, Mont.) 1904-1919, June 26, 1906, Image 5

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I For Me Fourth Salem Ribbons u
I 20c Ribbons at 12 l-2c 50e Ribbons at 25c I 1
I Pure silk ribbon in a wide full No. 22 width, woven 6-inch genuine Faillientine ribbon nt I I
■ from a pure silk in a beautiful floral effect. Sale weave. The same quality was n v ,,Ule S1 k ■
I price. _ _ 12hC - t - less than ,0c - All colors "ever before offered W
• per yard
30c Ribbons at yard 15c
ybody
TOWN, MONTANA
Xo. 100 full wide ribbons in the same style and pat
terns as the above. Mm
Sale price per yard ......................... / S9 C
35c Ribbons per yard 18c
Xn. 100 ribbon in a full width. The material is of «
high grade pure spun silk. Patterns are : n large
floral effects. A most special value.
Sale price, per yard .................
Sale price p-. r yard .........
50c Ribbons at 35c
Two toned off vt* in a heavy moire weave ribbon
with dyed in the warp dresd-n
wide. Sale
price, yard ..................
'iit< rs, full 5 inches
18c
o>c millions al yard 45c
Dyed in the w u p heavy dark
tern ribbon, full 6 inches wide. A
regular 75c grade, all colors, yard
July Sale
Exclusive Fergus County Agents for
American Lady Corsets and Tre
Fousse Kid Gloves. ::••••
inning Until Wednesday, July
ay upon which we sally
or to our Nation's birth
to redu e stocks of all
s Juv Fourth event,
our me rantile achieve
ill be a i acted by a price
of any article in dry
stigation* If we can
to pay in Lewistown;
SALE OR SILK
UNDERSKIRTS
Silk petticoats are, if possible, more essential to a woman's costume this season than
ever before. Hence this timely offering of Handsome, crisp, elegant taffeta at such a
welcome saving is bound to find instant appreciation.
Guaranteed Taffeta
Silk Skirts $4.75
grade taffeta silk under
Taffeta Silk Skirts tforth
up to $11.00 at $6.75
Underskirts made of best guaran
teed taffeta silk. In both accordion
plaited and rutiled flounces, blacks
and colors, are both here. A limited
quantity and the early comers will
secure the best values. But to
close them out quioqlv choice of
84.75 S" 1 :........... $ 8.75
High grade taffeta silk
skirts, made in black and colors,
some accordion plaited and some
ruffled flounces. Garments worth
up to $8.00 are included. Sale
price
each ...........
Silk Skirts rtorth up to $/5
at each §10.7 5
Best grade of ,,i| boiled taffeta silk
skirls, made up in the most clahor
nt' styles, deep double llounees of
uceor ;eiiii plaitings and siiirrings.
Perfectly made in every respect!
Blacks and all colors are here. An
" Xl " Ptinnal price for goods ' I (his
style and
character. Pile
■ 1 f -,'" ■' 1 7- i j i ms
$ 10.75
y to Wear Garments
9 Tailor-Made Suits
ONE-HALF PRICE
ssible to overestimate the import -
is very remarkable offering, or to
e its saving; opportunity. Costumes
r their masterly construction and
yle. An event that demands your
e attention. Any suit at half price.
its will be...................$22.50
its will be..................$18.75
its will be..................$15.00
its will be.................$12.00
ts will be..................$10.00
'ts will be.................$ 0.00
! ts will be..................$ 7.50
ts will be.......•...........$ 5.00
ck and pure linen suits in all the
nd most original styles of the sea
ces: i§S, $6. 50. $7, $6,
$10.00, $11.50, $12.00,
and $16.50
0
gth
35c
Sale of Wash Goods
All the dainty 1906 wash fabrics are included in this sale for July 4th, Buy yards
and yards for the price is at a lower ebb than it will again reach for many a day.
Ina Batiste at yard 5c 27-inch White Goods 5c
Full 25-inch width In a medium fine weave of batiste
in a good assortment of colors. Mm** A fU " " ldth flnely woven white goo<ls worth fu,Iy 8c
Sale price, yard ............................... S9 and on the face of the rising cotton market it could
• i .1 . n in in i ao not he replaced to sell at less than J— 1
27'inch 12 l-2c Wash Goods at 8c this price. Any quantity, per yard ........... OC
A good assortment of lawns, organdies and batisUs ^ ,, > ...
In a wide range of colorings, light and dark grounds, J;)(* (V11116 GOOdS IOC
in small figures, floral and ^ .
stiiped designs. Price per yard ..............High grade sheer India linens and lawns art includ
ed in this lot. Full 27 inches wide, a soft, sheer
18c Ratiste at yard 10c weave, any quantity.
High grade batiste in a wide assortment of patterns. 1 f ' 11,1 5a * ................................
The well known Primrose cloth is included in the lot. a a ■> , . a
sale price lOc "Oc Raynre lie Autin 12 l-2c
pti yaid .................................... a fancy satin and woven stripe lawn in a good as
1600 Organdies at yard 10c
inches wide and worth fully 20c. IF ^81/
27-inch organdie in a pretty selection of floral de- Sale price, per yard ...................... f
signs, a sheer, finely woven cloth of great populari
y.ra......................... IOC . . , Silk teste 15e
... , __ 27-Inch silk mousselines in all the solid colors, pinks,
floral Organdies yard 25c blues, tans, lavender and other wanted colors. A
The swellesf and most elaborate large figured organ- ^ nth tkey US ® J to ask 35c for. 1 Mm**
dies of the season. Fashion's decreed favorites in SaIe P rlce < pen yard .........................
endless asortment. Sale price, -m. ni in .. a _
p^p yard.................................. ms9 C Floral Organdies 35c
nnttpii Kilb Ol-tnmilifK yard The flnest she ?r cotton organdies of the season.
5". 1 .a™flor., Tamm or.andl. S'" '» *»»» «
wllh dot. wov.i, Into «. m.l.rla,, S*o"."rat M"' *'" 5 ' »»"' *"
fabric. Sale Sale price per yard .....................
price, yard ...............................
Government Decorat
ing Bunting
5c yard
Guaranteed fast color hunting, made
in red, white and blue tri-color style
and printed all over with large stars.
Don't pay Gc for bunting that will
fade the first time used. Ours is guar
anteed fast color and the price is,
per yard.
Keep Clean Hair Brushes 50c ■
Solid ebony black pure bristle hair
brushes, made in a superior style of
manufacture. The best hair brush on
the market.
price, each .............
floxiel Comfort Cloth Worth 25c
Sale Price yard 10c
30-inch wide heavy fleeced floxiel com
forting in all solid colors. An extra
good 25c value. Buy it now for fall.
Sale price,
per yard ...............
lOc
$2.00 Black Satine Underskirt
at $1.35
High grade black satin underskirts,
made both in accordeon plaiting and
ruffled flounces. Our regular $2.00
grade. Sale
price, each ........
$1.00 Wrappers each 75c
Ladies' wrappers in all sizes, 32 to 42.
Pinks, blues, greys, blacks and all
combinations. Our regular $1.00 grade
of goods. Sale
price, each ........
Summer Wrappers Worth Ip to
$2.50 at each $1.75
Pretty French lawn and batiste wrap
pers, nicely trimmed with ruffles and
lace. All colors are here. To effect a
speedy clearance we offer choice
of lot,
each ................
Boys Derby Ribbed Hosiery at 15c
An extra heavy ribbed hose, made in
a full flexible style and unsurpassed
in wearing quality. Fast black, guar
anteed. Sale * Mm**
price, per yard .............. M ^9
Ladies' Union Suits at 25c
Full size umbrella ribbed union suits,
in a full flared umbrella style bottom,
nicely lace trimmed. A garment worth
35c. Sale
price, each ........
Impossible to enumerate.
Richelieu Ribbed Vests each 10c
red Madras
10c
roidered madras
r d. A fast color
for children's
M IOe
Fine bleached Rich- lieu ribbed vests |
made of a fine bleached yarn and first ;
class in every respect, crocheted edg
es and tape drawn. 1 ^^ **
Sale price, each .............
Our Store Methods
We stand alone among 1 the mercantile institutions of Lewistown as the only
store having a permanent New York buyer. The only store that has the price
advantage of the output of 57 stores. ' The store that owns it merchandise
cheaper than any store in the county. The only store that stirs up competition
and keeps it in a constant turmoil. Investigate our prices. If W e cannot
save you MONEY we do not ask your trade.
^JL° ca l Interest
Machine oil. Lehman's.
Wiuoe HI ! brandies by the bottle or
gallon at Robinson Poland's.
GUdden barbed v
Lehman & Go.
$3.50 cash.
■ive si ra wbi'i i b i
Hopkins A- Son r.s
every day now.
S. S. llohsoa returned last night
from a brief business tr p to Helena.
Get yuut rope for hayiin.
liman's.
Lewistown Hide A Fur Co i,,w oe
"upy the old Methodist church.
Marion Maury, ice deal, r, phone 175.
Ralph Taverner came in from the
ranili neai Moore Saturday.
Machine t il. Lehman's.
Strawberries received every day at
tile I'll re Food Grocers.
.1. G. Haggerty of Rogers was a vis
itor to the city Wednesday.
Ru.v your meats at the best atul most
'it' to date meat market. Abel Bros.
Get your rope for haying si-asmi at
L ■•liman's.
Henry Wright of Ulatwillow was a
business visitor to the city Friday.
I nil."I Siatis Ci'iim Separators.
Li lima n
Remember the new butcher shop on
Courth avenue ounosite the oust office.
II t>. Waltham of Kendall was in
town Wednesday.
I.*iy forks
B
I. hman's
beer on tin; market, Rainier,
"ii tap at tile Majestic.
! lies. Nicholson of Moon sir ut a
,|: 'V i" tile city on business last week.
DcKalli ,v Metticr, l.awyi rs. Ofilc s
Rang building, le wistown.
1* or cab, call ,>,i or 103, day or night.
Prompt service Is our motto.
John Shea "f Phil brook was a vls
the city Iasi Thursday.
< 'ream
•para I "is.
"tilery butter at
L liman's, Slater's
'll so 11 at
Spent
Cottonwood
Shannon's, R
and Hopkins'.
1 P. Burnett and wife of Gill lodge
were trading and shopping in the city
last Thursday.
TWIL BAY YniT To WAIT FOR
TIII0 RIG JULY CLIO A RING SALK
AT POWER M KRC AN Til,K Co.
Get your rope for haying
Lehman's.
P.. C. White and wife, who
Sunday in the eity, went om
ranch y-sto'day morning.
'TWIL PAY YOU TO WAIT FOR
THE BIG JULY CLEARING SALE
AT POWER MERCANTILE CO.
lie best grind stone on earth is
tile 'Cleveland Auto Ball Bearing. Sold
by Lehman Co.
J. 10. Lane, manager of the l.ewis
tewn Lumber coini my, went ovet lo
Moore y slerday.
Tlie Elkhorn stable has secured a
competent stable man to look after
your stock at night and you can rest
assured they will get the attention
they should have.
'TWIL PAY YOU TO WAIT FOR
THE BIG JULY CLEARING SALE
AT POWER MERCANTILE CO.
The law says that you can drink If
you want to. Enough said. Drink
Rainier beer.
Cream Separators.
United States
Lehman's
The Lewistown Furniture Co. is go
ing to place the Elwell Kitchen cabi
net In every home In Fergus county.
To introduce them they will give
away a beautiful cabinet absolutely
free. See first page.
A. C. Green*- of Gre - ic, spen Sun
day in the eity, leaving yestcr lay
morning on the train for home.
W. S. Smith has a Square Plano
which he will give some one a snap
on. Also two Uprights which will go
cheap.
'TWILL PAY YOU TO WAIT FOR
THE BIG JULY CLEARANCE SALE
AT POWER MERCANTILE CO.
Miss Margaret Knight returned to
the city Thursday evening from a visit,
to h-r former home in Kansas.
The best grind stone on earth is
the Cleveland Auto Ball Bearing. Sold
by Lehman & Co.
VELVET RUBBER HEELS PUT
ON WOMEN'S SHOES 40c, ON
MEN'S SHOES 50c. POWER MER
CANTILE CO.
Fred Bacon, superintendent of the
Lewistown Telephone company, went
out to Straw yesterday on business
connected with the line.
ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF LA
DIES' WHITE CANVAS SLIPPERS
JUST ARRIVED. SOME WITH
COVERED HEELS, SOME WITH
EXTENSION SOLES. POWER MER
CANTILE CO.
Now is the time to paint your house
Use Heath Milligan, the best pre
pared paint on the market. Sold by
the Judith Hardware Company.
Machine oil. Lehman's.
James Murphy, the mining man who
registers from Fort Maginnls, was in
town last Friday. Mr. Murphy is put
ting up a cyanide plant over near
.Mai !en and expects to work some ore
from som of his property this sum
mer.
Marion Maury, ice dealer, phone 175.
Curtis i*c Nelson, painters and decor
ators. Telephone, Mutual, 72; Bell, 136.
Fred France. Jr., of Fort Maginnls
was in the city yesterday.
There's vigor anil strength in Rai
nier beer, on tap at the Midway.
United States Cream Separators.
Lehman's
J.ihii Shea of Phllbrook were visi
tnrs in the eity last Thursday.
1 bitted States Cream Separators.
I.eh man's
Felix Darey of Fort Maginnis was in
town Friday.
The best grind stone on earth ia
the Cleveland \uto Ball Bearing. Sold
bv Lehman * Co.
Unadulterated California wines and
Inanities for sal Robinson X- Poland.
S- e Charles Morton, Lang building,
for approved life, lire and aeeident in
surance.
Money to loan on first class ranch
property. F. U. MacGowan, attorney
at law.
Henry line of Gilt Edge was regis
tered at tile lb ffinnn Imu: W-dnes
day.
MORE WEAR, MORE STYLE
THAN ANS OTHER MAKE CAN BE
FOUND IN THE YMI'.KU'AN BOY
SHOE.'; POWER MERCANTILE CO.
White Mountain and Arctic tee
ep am freezers, 2, '. I and 6 quai l siz
es. Judith Hardware Company.
After exerelw" tic re i-i nothing that
w ill I'eety MT.n exhausted 1 1 ire" more
quickly Ilian Ruini'a ......
Paul M. Smith of K ml. ill visile I
relatives III tile eitj th" taller part of
the week.
Worden.* Senit practice before U. S.
land oHu o i UUo ip Telephone luilld
i 11 c,. 11 v r 1 1 , S lain I oillee.
SEE THE NEW SI I VP 10. "THE I'O
1 , 0 " IN Till: John B. STETSON
"REST" GRADE HAT. POWER
M E RCA NT I RE C< ».
For a nlee road wag..... top Imggy or
spring wagon see the Judith Hard
ware Company.
Mrs. Thomas Gilfouthor, who is a,
witness in the llelena shoplii I ing
ease, eame in Iasi Friday, having In "U
summoned to appear.
Dr. I. M. Beatty him moved Into
rooms 3 and 4, over the Bank of Fer
gus County. Residence 'phone 14 i.
SEE THE NEW SHAPE, "THE PO
LO" IN THE JOHN B. STETSON
BEST'' GRADE HAT POWER
MERCANTILE. CO.
David Tr pp returned home Wednes
day evening from Minneapolis where
he attended l lie Minnesota state uni
versity for s 1 veral months.
Say! Have you seen any of itiosa
new rigs at the Elkhorn? They are
certainly swell.
THE BIG CLEARING SALE
STARTS MONDAY, .IDLY 2nd. FUR
THER PARTICULARS LATER.
POWER MERCANTILE CO.
L. <). Wilson, electrician for the
Kendall Milling company, was a visi
tor to the city last Thursday and while
here paid the Democrat an appreciat
ed call.
Ice cream, Ice cream soda and all
sorts of soft drinks ut the Bon Ton, J.
C. Bebb, proprietor.
THE BIO CLEARANCE SALE
STARTS MONDAY, JULY 2nd. FUR
THER PARTICULARS LATER.
POWER MERCANTILE CO.
Miss Ruby and Gladys King, daugh
teers of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. King of
Bozeman, formerly of this eity, came
in Friday night from a visit with
friends and relatives In Kendall.
Well, I should Hay so! Those yellow
geared rigs of the Elkhorn stables aru
fine looking.
THE BIG CLEARANCE SALE
STARTS MONDAY, JULY 2nd. FUR
THER PARTICULARS LATER.
POWER MERCANTILE CO.
Frank Stephens, nephew of Oscar
St pheiis. deceased, was Iasi Tuesday
a j pointed special administrator of the
estate of Oscar Stephens, pending the
opening of the will and the appoint
ment of th regular administrator.
Miss Emma Schmidt, experienced
nurse. Call day or night, at residence
of G. It. Marsh. Mutual 'prone 148.
THE BIG CLEARANCE SALE
STARTS MONDAY, JULY 2nd. FUR
THER PARTICULARS LATER.
POWER MERCANTILE CO.
Mrs. Stella Englert of Valley City,
N. D., arrived in the eity last evening
for a visit with In r mother, Mrs. J. P.
Barnes. She was accompanied to
Lewistown by her sister, Miss Lillian
Larssen who has been visiting for
several weeks in Valley City.
Give the new shop a trial. The beat
the market affords. Prompt dellver
Meat Company.
THE GRANDEST MONEY SAV
ING EVENT OF THE YEAR—THE
BIG JULY CLEARING SALE AT
POWER MERCANTILE CO.
Miss Pearl Welcher of Kendall was
in this eity the first of the week on her
way to Billings where she will visit
for several weeks and also take ad
vantage of the opportunity to register
for a homestead on the famous Crow
Indian reservation which the govern
ment has thrown open for settlement.

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