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You can do better here quality &- Price Entire Stock of Fine Over coats Reduced Printing by far the strongest ov< r< at values ever shown. R* hietions of 20 per cent, 25 per cent, 30 per cent, 40 per cent ancl :o per cent prevail. Choice of myriads of distinct styles of Kirschbaum overcoats. Immense choice of our entire stock to select from command ing values, and every garment guaranteed new this season. All sizes, lengths, colors and ma terials. 3ona fide reductions. $25.00 $22.50, $20.00 and $18.00 values at Fur coats under priced. $50.00 racoon coats .... $35 00 $32.50 galloway coats, beaver coUars ..................$27.50 $27.50 P.ussian calf coats $22.50 Marvelous $15.75 suit values. Dressy, stylish suits for business men in strikingly handsome, rich patterns. Significent $20.00 values Important trouser sale. 300 pair of fane yworsted and thibet trousers. Special designs in dark and silk mixed greys. Values up to $5.00, Of Local Interest Roy E. Ayers, attorney at law, post ofice building. Andy Matthews, manager of the Moore Hardware & Implement Co., was a visitor in Lewistown Sunday. R. W. Clifford, a prosperous Rock Creek bench farmer, spent Sunday in the city, returning to his borne Mon day morning. George Gilpatrick, the Armells wool grower, accompanied by his wife and baby, returned last night from Helena where they visited with relatives for a few days. Edison and Victor records now at the Art Music Store. Hon. B. C. White came in last night from his ranch near Garneill. Mr. White informs us that while the recent storm was a severe one, no damage re sulted that he knows of. William Bennett returned last night from Wallace, Idaho and other towns of importance in the Cour d'Alenes. He says that he saw some pretty good country but none which looks better to him than Fergus county. T. A. Gillpie of Billings was in the city several days during the past week. G. J. Wiedeman, manager for the Montana Hardware company, return ed home Friday evening from a trip to Billings and Helena. While in the latter city he was a guest at the open ing of the famous Broadwater hotel, which has been leased by F. Aug. Heinze and associates and is now open to the public. Don't forget the women's under wear sale this week at Lehman's. SHOES FOR THE "GOOD AND LIVELY BOYS." MADE WITH DOUBLE VAMPS. SOLID AL THRU. YOU KNOW WHAT OTHERS ADVERTISE 'EM FOR— WELL THE SATISFACTORY SHOE STORE SELLS THEM AT $1.75. POWER MERCANTILE CO. Joe Montgomery who has been visit ing, friends in the east for several weeks past returned to Lewistown last night and will go out to his old stamping grounds at Kendall within a short time. Joe says that east may be "the stuff" but after loitering around there for a few weeks, he got mighty anxious to see the hills of Montana once more. Remember, the "Wilson" heater has the best record of any heating stove sold in this market. Judith Hardware Co. The monthly report of County Treas urer E. P. Chandler was filed with the clerk and recorder last week and shows collection of $4,766.02 and expenditures of $83,083.70 during th<* month, leaving a balance in the treasury of $179,965.61. Delinquent taxes are coming in slowly but surely and a large num ber of them will be cleaned up before the present month is past. Goodspeed map of Fergus county and Democrat, both for $2.50. George F. Wright, the well known Flatwillow woolgrower, left yesterday morning with his family for California, where they will spend the winter. It !s not Mr. Wright's intention to remain long in the land of perpetual summer but his friends are afraid that he will find it a difficult matter to return to Montana so long as the thermometor remains at its present station. George M. Stone, George J. Bach, M. L. Woodman and J. T. Wunderlin went out to Moore yesterday to at tend the annual meeting of the Citi zens Bank of Moore, which was held in the afternoon. Among other mat ters which came up before the meet ing of the stockholders was the com pletion of all arrangements for in creasing the capital stock from $25, 000 to $50,000 and the changing of the institution from a state to a national bank. A Goodspeed map of Fergus c ounty should be in every home. Subscribe for the Democrat one year and get a map. The engine pulling the outgoing passenger train yesterday morning got a hot box, disorganized liver, tobacco heart, lumbago or some oth r ailment just before it reached Moore and it was necessary to send back to this city for an engine. The incoming train also met with bad luck in the snow and did not arrive until about 11 o'clock. It is hard work getting the trains through when such a storm as prevailed yesterday is raging. Several natives of old Scotland in and around Garneill are working hard on preparations for the big celebration of Bobby Burn's birthday on January 25'. A fine dance and amusement hall is being erected and a splendid pro gram is being outlined. Word lias been received from Scottish people from all over the country to the effect that they will be on hand. At present, it looks that not only Fergus but sev eral surrounding counties willl be rep resented at the great gathering. Gar neill people are making preparations to take care of all who attend the function. See what the Judith Hardware com pany have to say in their regular ad regarding cutters and winter goods. Mr. and Mrs. James Weaver and Miss Hash left yesterday morning for Goldfield. Nevada, where Jim will look around with the view to locating if h finds anythug in the Nevada country which appeals to him. Otherwise, he will return with his wife to this city. Miss Hasch will be absent about one month after which she will return and resume her position in the Power Mercantile Co. The officers of the Ruthbone Sisters and K. of P. lodges will be installed in Fraternity hail next Thursday evening. The usual good tim- will be enjoyed and a full attendance of the membership of both those popular orders is expected. When Charlie Myerslck, county clerk and recorder-elect, reached his office yesterday morning he found everything in shipshape for beginning work. The retiring clerk. Frank J. Hazen, had every paper recorded and put away, every report ready and filed, in fact, every vistage of work done "right up to the handle." The stock certificates of the new $106,000 stock issue of the First National bank are being issued to the purchas ers today by the officials of the bank. The First National has been a mmiey maker for all who are so fortunate as to be the possessor of stock and those who get it on the new issue are to be congratulated. It is now announced that William Jennings Bryan who was to come to Lewistown next Saturday evening to deliver a lecture will not be able to get here. The fact that the date at which Bryan was to appear here came on Saturday night caused a change in the program much to the disappoint ment of the people of this citv. Jacob Riis, who was prevented from coming here when he was first scheduled sev eral w'eeks ago, has written that he will surely he out here early in the spring. The company of local talent who pre sented that charming little comedy drama, "Because I Love You," at Cul ver's hall last night and made such a distinct hit with the big crowd present, are going out to Kendall Thursday evening where they will put on the play in Jones' opera house. Mr. William Edgar Graham who has charge of the rehearsals of the piece and who is the leading man, is one of the most accomplished actors on the stage to day. He has associated with him in this charming little play, some ex ceptionally strong local talent. Clarence E. Barnes, of Boise, Idaho, arrived in the city last Saturday evening and will remain here for sev eral days mingling with old friends and, incidentally, transacting some business affairs. Mr Barnes informs us that Idaho and particularly that section in which he is interested, is ex ceedingly prosperous at this time, the past year having been an exceedingly good one from every standpoint. Although he is much enamored of his adopted country, Mr. Barnes maintains a very high opinion of his old stamp ing grounds up here in the Inland Empire and is always glad of the op portunity to visit the Judtih basin. The people of Lewistown have had the opportunity of witnessing but few better theatrical attractions, eiher pro fessional or amateur, in this city than that of last night when a company of local talent, under the direction of Mr. William Edgar Graham, produced that charming and interesting little comedy drama, "Because I Love You," in Cul ver's hall. The play is a strong one but the local amateur actors whom Mr. Graham got together handled it in ex cellent style and succeeded in pleas ing the big audience. It would stretch this article much b-yond its original confines to give every individual actor full meed of praise. There was not a weak point in the caste and some of them were exceptionally -strong. Louie Blodgett was more than good as was Miss Corellee Phillips. Miss Winnifrt-d Newell and Miss Donna Rohrbacker also did some splendid acting as did Ethel Phillips, who toik the part of the little fortune telling waif. The Baker boys, Eddie and Arthur, were, of mrse, all to the good and Dick Lausch d Billy Smith carried off their parts • n excellent shape. Fritz Race made about the cooniest coon one ever saw outside of Dixieland. Of Mr. Graham no words are necessary as he is a pro fessional actor of known ability and al ways does his part to perfection. DISSOLUTION NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that the horse buying firm of Woodman & Sh-rman has been thi sday dissolved by mutual consent. M. L. WOODMAN. JEFF SHERMAN. Dated January 8, 1907. Goodspeed map of Fergus county and Democrat, both for $2.50. Montana Hardware Co. Leaders in Hardware Montana Hardware Co. Phone 52 --------- Leaders in Hardware < 'ESS and CLOVER LEAF sr sr & tr & §r E: & ANACONDA T HE Anaconda Standard is the leading newspaper of Montana. It leads in news, in enterprise, in progressiveness, In beauty, in bright ness, in timely illustration, in all that goes to make up a big, strong, vig orous, magnetic newspaper, pulsating with contemporaneous human In terest. Leading in all these qualifications, it Inevitably leads also hi cir culation, in advertlsng, n the respect, esteem and patronage of Its wide and flourishing constituency. The Standard Is published every day in the year. Its plant In the most complete in the Northwest. It spares no outlay of labor or capital to obtain, fresh and crisp, all the news of interest to Montana people. Its own special news service covers Montana's every nook and corner, and In particular it covers with ceaseless diligence and conscientious thorough ness the happenings of Hufte, the state's great thriving, driving, vibrating metropolis. The Standard aims to lie fair to aTl men and till interests; to deal honestly with all public questions as they shall arise; to discuss current ev> ills intelligently end entertainingly; in a word, to publish, day In and day out a clear, complete, captivating Montana newspaper, at once a. pleasure to the reader, a power to good citizenship, and u pride to the state. Daily and SundaV', per month............ .........................$ j.oo Daily and Sunday, per year, when paid In advance .................. pt.uo Sunday edition, per year ....,......................................... 2.00 ........ADDRESS THE........ ANACONDA STANDARD cs 3 3 :3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 ^3 MONTANA 3 3 23 ^luiuiuiuuuuuauuuuuuuiuuumuiuuiuauuuuiuuuiauuiuuuuttiumuuuiumuui^ REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING Much Routine Business Transacted by the Citv fathers Last Night. The city council met in the council chamber last night und hel da busy session. The mayor and all of the members of the board of aldermen were present. Contractor N. J. Littlejohn was al lowed $1,624.25 on the* gravity water system contract. The city clerk was instructed to no tify those who are using the old sewer which runs down back of Anderson's carpenter shop to discontinue using the same. The needs of the lire department were discussed and Chief Beld) was or dered to purchase six beds, to cost not less than $10 each, for the fire depart ment. The. city engineer was ordered to con fer with the Ladies' Club with refer ence to the erection of a public foun tain in some convenient spot in the main part of town. Two hvdrants were ordered installed in Sunnyside Addition and the supplies for the same will be ordered at once. City Engineer Wasmansdorff, upon motion of Sloan, was given $50 toward defraying ills expenses it the meeting of the engineers in Bute. Bee's Laxative Cough Syrup contain ing honey and tar is especially appro priate for children, no opiates or pois on of any character, conforms to the conditions of the National Pure Food and Drug law, June 30, 1906. For croup, whooping cough, etc. It,expels eoughts and colds by gently moving the bowels. Guaranteed. Sold by Phillips Drug Co. NEW CURE FOR EPILEPSY. J. B. Waterman of Watertown, O., reural free delivery, writes: "My doughter, afflicted for years with epi lepsy, was cured- by Dr. King's New Life Pills. She has not had an attack for over two years." Best body cleans ers and life giving tonic pills on earth. 25c at Phillips Drug Co. BETTER BREAD ■.MADE IN W THREE MINUTES With Tho UNIVERSAL BREAD MAKER and RAISER than can be made by hand In 30 Minutes. Hands do not touch the dough. Does away with hand Kneading. 0 0 0 Easy to clean. A child can work It. 0 * * Fergus County Hardware Co. ManZan Pile Remedy ur.t up In con venient, collapsible tubes with nozzle attachment so that tihe remedy may he applied at the very seat of the trouble, hus relieving almost Instantly bleeding, itching or protruding piles. Satisfac tion guaranteed or money refunded. Sold by Phillips Drug Co. Give the new shop a trial. The best the market affords. Prompt deliver ery. Courteous treatment. Lewistown Meat Company FROM THE KENDALL MINER. Extensive building operations ar« now booked for Kendall in the spring and there's going to be things dot** around these digging next summer. This week there seems to lie moi» Elks among our citizens than at any other season of the year; at lead* everybody is now saying "Hello Bill.* H. H. Lang and wife left Kendall for California Friday. The occasion df the trip being the serious illn<-ss of Mr. Lang's father. Rev. George Edwards preached at the school house Sunday. That minstrel aggregation, showed in Gilt Edge Tuesday night to a crowded house. Ten new members were Initiated i»* to iln* mysteries of tRe Eagles lodge of Kendall Sunday afternoon. The new members included four of the Sllves Minstrel company. "Pineulos" (non-alcoholic) made from resin from our pine forests, used for hundreds of years for bladder and kid ney diseases. Medicine for thirty days, $1.00. Guaranteed to give satisfaction or money refunded. Get our guarantee coupon from Phillips Drug Co. LONG TENNESSEE FIGHT. For twenty years W. L. Rolls of Bells, Term., fought nasal catarrh. He writes: "The swelling and soreness in side my nose was fearful, till I began applying Bucklin's Arnica Salve to the sore surface: this caused the swelling and soreness to disappear, never to re turn." Best salve in existence. 25c at Phillips Drug Co.