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I m i LADIES' SIS T HROWN on the bargain counter to make room for our ever increasing line of Sorosis Shoes. All of them to go at a cut price and not a CHEAP shoe » the lot. Some are patents with dull tops, some are fine hand turned ^vici kid, oth ers are Goodyear welts. Some have patent tips, and some are without, with all kinds of heels from the high Cuban to the low spring, which are just the thing for the misses. And as to the PRICE , you'll have to come and judge for yourself. : : ..For it's Always Right.. Lehman'Dept. Store "Our name is the Guarantee That It's Right. RANCHERS If you want to buy PURE PARIS 6REEH right,buy it NOW of WILSON & LEWELLIN The Leading Druggist of Fergus County Next door to Chas. Lehman & Co. No! Wc Haven't Sold Out.. Nor been absorbed by the Power Mercantile Co. But are in better shape than ever to han dle your grocery business in any quantities or quality. With over 10,000 square feet of store and warehouse room for the GROCERY business alone you can readily see that we are in a position to do it. Give us a call. Everything in men's, women's and children's winter wear at Lehman's. For Rent—Two nice rooms. All mod ern conveniences. Terms reasonable. Call at CIS Fifth avenue south. Everything in men's, women's and children's winter wear at Lehman's. We carry the best line of furniture in Fergus county. Our prices are right. Parrott Furniture Co. Of Local Interest Marion Maury. Ice dealer, phone 175. C, W. Morton, the hustling broksi. took a run out to Garneill yesterday. Go to Frank Pick's for the famous La Thama 10c cigar. Get your overshoes at Lelhman's. Dr. R. L. Stokes is breaking ground for a new residence on the hill, corner Montana anni 6th avenue. Buy your meats at the best and most up to date meat market. Abel Bros. Get your overshoes at Lefhm&n's. Dr. F F. Attix, Lang building. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Pfaus returned last Sunday from a visit to Highfleld friends. • Go to Frank Pick's for the famous La Thama 10c cigar. Dressy waists in all the latest even^ ing shades. Lehman's. Miss Lizzie Waaga returned to her home near Garneill yesterday after a short visit in the city. DeKalb & Mettler, attorneys. Ofllcs In Lang Building. Get your overshoes at Ldhmian's. Chan Cook returned from Chicago last Saturday evening where he dispos ed of a train load of the Cook cattle. Good prices were received. Roy E. Ayers, attorney at law, post oflce building. Plaid silk waists. Lehman's. Gordon O. Shafer of Moore was in thfc city on a business and pleasure visit last Saturday and Sunday. Eiderdown kimonas. Lehman's. Best beer on the market, Rainier, on tap at the Majestic. C. H. Steele came into the city from Rogers yesterday and contemplates re maining here for some time. Eiderdown kimonas. Lehman's. Home made candy at William's drug store. W. L. Halbert, the Musselshell stock man. was in the city from Bercail the latter part of last week. Jewel Hot Blast heaters. Lehman's. If you are looking for good furniture at prices never duplicated in the Ju dith Basin, call at our store, opposite the post office. Parrott Furniture Co. M. F. Lynch was in the city from the Grass Range region last Friday trans acting business in the county seat. Jewel Hot Blast heaters. Lehman's. Rooms For Rent—In- the new resi dence of Mrs. Elisa J. Dowd. Located between Seventh and Eighth avenues, Montana street. The beautiful and commodious cot tage of Dr. S. E. Brice is now completes and is one of the coziest dwellings in the city. It is said that the doctor will soon occupy it. Jewel Hot Blast heaters. Lehman's. Fresh line of candies just received bj Frank Pick. A hallow'en social is scheduled for next Friday evening at the Methodist church. An evening replete with sur prises and amusing features is vouched for. All are invited. Ladies' Suits at Lehman's. We handle the freshest of goods and our prices are right. Frank Pick. A. L. Hawkins, the hide buyer, left the city yesterday morning for an ab sence of one month, during which time he will work along the N. P. line as far east as Bismark, North Dakota. Fresh line of confectionery always on hand at Pick's. Ladies' Suits at Lehman's. A delightful social was participated in by a number of friends at the horns of C. P. Newell last Thursday evening. The gathering was in honor of Eddie Corbin. Laldies' Suits at Lehman's. The quarters formerly occupied by the Oaks are being remodeled and re paired preparatory to their occupation by the growing drug establishment of C. H. Williams. Everything in men's, women's and children's winter wear at Lehman's. Alfred Anderson left the city this morning for Chico Springs where he in tends to remain for about two months ir the hope of benefiting his health at the famous resort. Mr. Anderson is afflicted with rheumatism. Everything in men's, women's and children's winter wear at Lehman's. Prof. Joseph Becker, who demon strated the possibilities of the Majestic range an,d the wonders of White Satii flour, left the city yesterday morning expecting to return in six months for a second demonstration. Charles O. Pollard, land office inspec tor, with headquarters at Washington was in the city several days last week investigating conditions in the local land office. He found everythng in first class condition. Mr. Pollard left the city yesterday for Bozeman where he will inspect the Gallatin land office. Ladies' furs at Lehman's. George. Beilis, the Maiden mining man, was in the city Wednesday. New skirts at Lehman's. E. O. Hedrick of Ottumwa. Ia., waa a Hoffman house visitor last week. New skirts at Lehman's. S. W. Pennock is having, a neat cot tage erected on Sixth and. Boulevard. Mrs. F. E. Wright paid a short visit to Helena returning to this city last Saturday. Everything in men's, women's and children's winter wear at Lehman's. A. L. Goodkind, a Helena business man, was in the city last week taking in the sights in the Judith metropolis. Miss Herbertine Plum, one of Lewis town's best known young ladies, has accepted a pisition as cashier for Hart & Co. Dr. Carl Schulin, the occultst and aurist of Billings, arrived here last Monday evening and will be found at the Day house. Tubb Bros, are pushing work on the Imislund building to rapid completion. By Nov. 15th, it is expected, the hull ris ing will be ready for occupancy. John R. Parks and wife, accompanied by E. R. Week, were in the city the lat ter part of the week from the Mafden country, where the gentlemen are in terested in mining. The will of Wm. C. Pott, the pioneer who died resently at! Gilt Edge, was ad, mitted to probate last Wednesday. Frank Barnes was named as executor without bond. Mrs. O. F. Wahmansdorff, who has been spending the summer on Mr. Was mansdorff's ranch near Garneill, arriv ed in the city last Friday evening and will reside here for the winter. Contractors Goss and Ellison have nearly completed the Thompson and Hilger sewers, and before the we k passes both the improvement districts will have a complete sewerage system. Goss has been laying pipe for the grav ity system during the past few weeks, and work is progressing without a hitch on Lewistown's new water sys tem. H. O. Wareham, formerly county com. mlssioner and a prominent citizen of the Kendall country, was unfortunate last Wednesday in losing his residence and farm buildings by a fire, which destroyed many thousands of dollars worth of property. Mr. Wareham'* ranch is located about six miles from Kendall ankii his residence was one of the best farm cottages in that Dart of the county. The cause of the Are is not known. J a. KELLY Notary Public Commission Agent, Real Estate In vestments, Insurance, etc. Reference: First National Bank of Lewlstown: J. T. Wunderlin, Lewis town. Mont. OFFICE KENDALL. - MONTANA Q. W. COOK Land Attorney RealEstate Notary Public and Insurance Fifth Ave., next to Golden RuleStore LEWISTOWN, MONTANA. The Imperial Male Quartet.. AND Miss Beckwith Reader AT CULVER'S OPERA HOUSE Monday Eve'ng oq OCTOBER tLU Under the auspices of the LEWISTtWN LECTURE CLUB. The Finest Musical Or ganization that eOer Visited Central Montana Holders of membership cards may make seat reservations at Phillip's Drug Store beginning Saturday, Oct ober 27 at 9 a. m.; bring your cards with you that they may be punched. General sale of tickets Monday Oct. 29th Prices: Reserved seats, $1.00, Gallery 75Cents. Order will be maintained by uniformed Offloers V i Can Save Money Hy placing you order now with the Montana Lumber Company for Storm Sash. : You can saw 50 per cent In year Coal Bill ^ MONTANA LUMBER CO, Both Phones No. 77 Red's Barber Shsp Under the Bank of Fergus County. The place where you get the most up-to-date haircut and the smoothest shave in the city. Fine bathrooms in connection. : : : Edmund Wright Successor to Wright Bros. Abstracts of Title, Fire, Life and Accident Insurance, Real Estate Surety Bonds Farm Mortgage Loans At 9 per cent interest, payable annually. Lons term with pre-payment privileges. No commission charged. Office Corner 4th AOe. and Janeaud St. Phone 30 LEWISTOWN, MONTANA DAVID HILGER. E. O. BUSENBURG. Hilger <£- Busenburg The Pioneer Real Estate and Live Stock Commission Agents Land Office Attorneys Conveyancing and Life, Accident and Fire In surance Agency. LAND SCRIP FOR SALE Phone 81 LEWISTOWN, MONTANA PATRICK NIHILL J. D. MALCOLM NIHILL & MALCOLM Insurance and Real Estate Agents We handle farm lands, stock ranches, town lots, live stock of all kinds, fire and plate glass insurance. Long time loans negotiated. Prompt attention given to collect ions and notarial business. Offlcs of fustice of the Peace. Office In Citizens Bank Building. Moors. Montana.