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The Men's Store You can do better here quality &r Price Soecia If you want to get a fine wi overcoat at about half what it's worth here's your chance. We've made up our minds to have an overcoat sale and here it is. There are about one hundred overcoats in this sale, they wont last long if you realize the oppor tunity we offer you. The weather makes it still more interesting. Here's January and the worst is yet to come. Overcoats that have been $7.50 to $10.00 now $ 5.00 Overcoats that h«ve been $12.50 to $16. oO now Overcoats that have been •A 8.00 to $25.00 now $ 15.00 Sweater s Men's all wool sweaters, fancy and plain colors. A-00 to A-00 values, now $ 3.50 Men's all wool sweaters, all colors and sizes. #3.00 to #3.75 values Men's fancy and plain color sweaters, #2.00 to to #2.50 values $ 1.50 Men's medium and light weight sweaters. Values up to #1.50, now Of Local Interest Roy E. Ayers, attorney at law, post oflee building. La Thama. Best cigar for iho mon ey. Frank Pick. TO THE FARMERS OF FERGUS COUNTY: If you have any grain of screenings to sell, see Aliel Bros., Main street, Lewistown, Mont. Edison and Victor records now at the Art Music Store." Felix Rehor, the. popular manager of the shoe department of the Power! Mercantile Co., was confined to his bed yesterday with a severe cold. Goodspeed map of Fergus county and Democrat, both for $2.50. Henry Pellican left yesterday morn ing for Butte, where he hopes to ob tain employment, after which it is his intention to send for his family who are now in Gilt Edge. La Thama cigar in three sizes, 5c, 10c and three for 25c. All high grade. Frank Pick. Through his attorney, John C. Hun toon, James Sherman, convicted last march of killing Samue 1 Studzinsky and sentenced to the state prison for life, has tiled a motion for a netw trial. Goodspeed map of Fergus county and Democrat, both for $2.50. It is stated that twenty-four engines went "dead" in Helena last week due to .the lack of coal. The coal stringency is prevalent in all parts of the state, some suffering resulting in several places. Remember, the "Wilson" heater has the best record of any heating stove sold in this market. Judith Hardware Co. Judge E. K. Cheadle left yesterday for Helena to witness .the election of Joseph Ad. Dixon to the United States senate. The judge will incidentally take in the several ''blowouts" which will follow in celebration of Mr. Dixon's selection as Tom Carter's side kick. For the finest imported wines and liquors go to the Mint. J. O. Gilker son, proprietor. David Hilger, although in a decided minority, could not resist the tempta tion to see the animals at play and con sequently went over to Helena yester day morning for a week. He has been invited to participate in /the feeds in honor of Joe Dixon and a feed is some thing Dave does not overlook inten tionally. Sheer India linons worth 15c and 20c at Lehman's next Wednesday for 10c. Rudolf von Tobel left yesterday morning for Helena to take in the fes tivities incident to the election of Joe Dixon. "Von" has been in the legisla ture and routine business holds nq new charms for him but he doesn't in tend to miss that banquet Tuesday night when a certain bubbling liquid will brohahly flow rather freely. Corset cover embroideries worth 60c to $1.00 for 30c at Lehman's next Wed nesday. J. T. Wunderlin and wife and M. L. Woodman, wife and daughter, left this morning for Los Angeles, Cal.„ where they will spend the remainder of the winter. They will likely rent or pur chase cottages at Long Beach, a sub urb of Los Angeles. They expect to be absent from Lewistown not less than three months and may not return before the first of June, Dudley Axtell, formerly of this county, has leased the Boulder Age Sentinel of Boulder and now has full editorial and business management of that paper. Dudley is a competent man, both in the rear and front offices of a newspaper, and if anyone can make the Age-Sentinel a paying prop osition, he can do the job. Here's wishing you success, anyway, Dudley. Mr. William Edgar Graham and Miss E. Corellee Phillips of this city were married last Saturday morning at 7 o'clock at the M. E. church, the Rev. Martin performing the ceremony. The wedding was a quiet affair, only the bride's family and a few immediate friends of the contracting parties be ing present. Miss Ethel Phillips, sis ter of the bride, was bridesmaid and Mr. L. D. Blodgett acted as best man. Both bride and bridesmaid carried car nations. Immediately following the ceretmony, a five course wedding break fast was served at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. E. Phillips, on. lower Main street. At 8 o'clock the happy pair took the train for Butte, where they will remain temporarily, after which they will come back to Lewistown for a short visit and ulti mately go to Seattle where they will make their home. The bride, Miss Corellee Phillips, is a Lewistown girt than whom there has been none more popular. Mr. Graham Is a prominent theatrical man and it is understood that his wife will also take the stage as a profession. Both are exceptionally talented and, in case they appear in Lewistown, will receive a warm wel come from old and new friends. The only complete map of Fergus county ever published and the Demo Tfve January Clearing Sale Takcu^s ai our Word-Ve itvviic you*- -perjonal judgment - of tfve^c Value#* fj art's The Largest Dry Goods ...Store in Fergus County... | First Series —........- IN Tive January Clearing Sale! Tile Stopper "Wflo KnoW* Will leal tfve Sale - jA January Clearing Sale!!) BEDDINGS REDUCED. Soft Silkoline Comforts $1.00 Medium full size silkoline comforts, filled with a good grade of soft - If trie ally cleaned cotton battan, guaranteed pure white. Worth reg- ai nn ularly $1.35, sale price ................................................... qI.UU Regular $1.85 Silkoline t'om forts at each $1.45 Regular $1.25 cotton blankets at R5c il Full size soft silkoline comforts. Made up first class in every way and filled with high grade, pure white cotton batten. /J C Sale price .................. Rest (Irade of Saline am! Silk oline Comforts at $2.50 Full size comforts, made in a thoroughly first class style and from high grade maturials through out. January Cfl prices, each ................ 9 Z 1 JU Other styles of special value are priced at $2.75, $3.00, $3.50, $4.75, $5.00 and $9.75. We positively do not carry a com fort in stock that is not filled with pure white cotton; soiled and black cotton filled goods find no place in our stock. Full size 11-4 blankets made from a. soft fleeced cotton and first class in every respect. Our regular $1.25 high grade blanket at each .................. 95c Rrgnlar $5 Woolen Itlankcls ill $d.7«) Full size, a 11 pure woole n and wool filled blankets are included in this lot. Tans, browns and grey are all here. Our regular tfjQ "7C $5.00 blanket ................$0. ( U 'Worth Star" blankets at $5 A blanket all ways sold In Lewis town and for which you have paid as high as $ 10 . 00 . Guaranteed all pure wool and high grade in every respect. Values $7.75. Sale price "...........................$5.00 Children's Coats at one-third off ANY CHILD'S COAT STILL IN THE HOUSE JS ON SALE AT EXACTLY ONE THIRD OFF THE REGULAR PRICE. A GOOD VARIETY IS HERE. COME AND BUY COATS AT LESS THAN WHOLESALE. I Sale of STAPLE GOODS Best 10c Outing Flannels at yard 1\ cents High grade 1907 outing flannels In cheeks, plaids and stripes. All colors iti a good variety. Regular prices are 10c. Sale 7 1 ^ ;iC Floxiel Waistings at 8c Good heavy birds eye weave fabrics in stripe mid checks. Plain colors only. Pink, blue, red, cream and white. Any quant It v a! _ per yard ................................................Ci *0 Regular I2\c Flannelettes 8c Tills year's patlerns in 28-ineh regular 12 l-2e flannelettes. Neat desirable patterns in fancy novelties of all soils. A 12 1 -2c value CP ^ at per yard .......................................OC White Shaker Flannel 3c A good quality rrf whit i shaker flannel, soft and fleecy. Really wer.tb 8 c per yard. Ten yards to each customer. Sale price — per yard .............................................. Dress Goods worth up to 75c, at per yard 50c A variety including all iho newest and most desirable patterns are in this assortment. Blacks, tans, greys, fancy mixtures and many novelties. Almost every material in store worth up to 75c Is on sale at yard .........................................^V ~~ SPECIAL SHOWlNfi A selection of new voile skirls, made up according lo 1 be dictates of Dame Fashion for the spring of 1907. Voiles premise lo be fashion's favorites and these now shown are extremely desirable. Prices range $ir>.00, $20.00, $22 f)0 and $25.00 I I I I Outing GoWns Regular $1.50 Grade at 95c A large variety of outing flannel gowns in almost every style and color. Not one in the lot that is not first class in every respect. Some are trimmed with fancy braid and some are embroidered. Sale price each ...................... price each 95C Two underW'r barg Ribbed Fleeced Underwear at 18c Egyptian ribbed underwear in silver grey and cream white. A soft fleeced underwear of medium weight. Knit from a good grande soft cotton and per fect in every respect. Sale price per garment .............. I8c Ladies'all Wool Underwear at 95c All regular $1.25 all wool under wear is placed on sale at above price. Soft silver grey, cream and ecru. All sizes ar« here. Not one garment not worth $1.25. Sale price ............ 95c Sateen Underskirts Worth to $1.50 at $1.00 A wide selection, comprising all manner of ruffled flounces and ac cordeon pleated. Almost every style is here. Skirts that you were icver before offered at less th-tn $1.50. Sulo price, each ............ SldOJ Furnished Rooms—Mrs. A. D. Hol man, Cor. 6th ave. and Watson St. Complete line of wall paper ait Par rott Furniture Co. The freshest of the fresh groceries at Regan & Parson's, corner Main street and First avenue. Have your picture framing done by the Parrott Furniture Co. The freshest of the fresh groceries at Regan & Parson's, corner Main street and First avenue. For second-hand goods of every de scription, see the Parrott Furniture Co.. Regan & Parson have the freshest fine of groceries in the city. Try them. Corner Main and First avenue. Iron and brass bedsteads from $3.00 up at Parrott Furniture Co. Regan & Parson have the freshest line of groceries in the city. Try them. Corner Main and First avenue. We have in stock one of the famous Krall pianos. Perfect In tone and workmanship. Parrott Furniture Co. Despite the bitterly cold weather of the past week, the attendance at both the high school and the city schools has held up remarkably well. Gunn sectional book cases, superior to all others. For sale by Parrott Fur niture Co. Harry Yaeger, the popular assistant cashier of the First National, was con fined to his bed with an attack of "grip" yesterday and the day before. He is back at his desk this morning. Our line of stoves and ranges is com plete. We handle such well known heating stoves as the Crown, Ideal and Star Oak. In ranges we have the "Early Meai," "New Age," and 'Malle able Crown." Parrott Furniture Co. H. I. Shaw and John M&Qee, both of whom held responsible positions with the old Barnes-King Mining company. mother, Mrs. Susan Willia 1 ( 1 , who passed away on ihe fourth Of the present month at her home in Lan caster, Ohio. The good 1 uiy had reached a ripe old age and while a great shock, her death was not en were in the city last night. Mr. Shaw contemplates moving his family into Lewistown for the winter and Mr. Mc Gee will leave shortly for the coast for a visit with friends. Dr. J. H. Willlard of this city a few days since received a letter giving the sad intelligence of the death of hia tirely unexpected by the doctor and his wife. The doctor's large number of friends in this community sincerely sympathise with him in his bereave ment. ROY ITEMS. Mr. Joreph La Rock is now in the employ of James Gjerde of Dry Ar mells. Mr. McDonald and Miss Marcct of Armells spent the holidays with Mr. Marcot of the Missouri river. Mr. Andrew Fergus of Armells, Mont., lost 400 head of yearlings out of a band of 2,000 head which were on lower Armells creek on the Howard place. Mr. and Mrs. Romanstad are so journing in Wisconsin visiting Mr. Romanstad'.s relatives and will bring back one of Mr. Rornajistad's sisters on their return. Robert Sargent, the Roy up to date ranchman, road supervisor, etc., is now in the dairy business. Mr. Sar gent has purchased a number of milch cows, a cream separator and every thing that goes to make up a first clash butter and cheese creamery ranch. James Fergus reports stock doing fine and everyone happy at I he Box Elder ranch. "Billy" Porter, the great big fat cowboy of I he Fergus Land and Live Stock Co., was about Roy the past week and reports stock on the range all O. K. Frank Stephens is making numerous improvements on his recently acquired estate. Mr. John Lee, or, as we miners call him, "Golden Jack," is blowing in the Interest on his gold dust and having a squint at Lewistown. Walter Norton, the efficient stage manager for Geo. Gilpatrick. lias re turned with his mother from Hillings, where they went to spend the winter. John Doney is expected back from the Little Rockies soon. Joe Doyle is a Lewistown visitor. Old Geronimo, the chief of the Town send ranch, is visiting town. Snow is deep In these parts but there is some bare ground. The recent blizzard was the worst seen, for many years In these parts. Mrs. Bert Sarent is visiting at the Fergus Bros, home ranch at Box Elder. "Whiskers" Davis, tlie horseman, Is now at home and taking the world easy. Andy Renalds is at the hospital at Lewistown under the doctor's care for kidney trouble. Mr. McClave of Valentine came up to Roy the past week and had about twenty coyotes punched, twice as many wolves and three times as many sheep dogs, which he caught in traps and run down with hounds. ONLY A FEW LEFT. Uopies of lb' Miner souvenir edition, ready lor mailing, may siill be-- lead at this office, but only a few are left and If you have overlooked any of your friends and wish to send them one you'll have to hurry. Eaeli and every one of lhe.se little papers sent abroad is an advertise ment for Kendall which is capable ed' bearing fruit in a thousand different ways. Root tut Kendall and "get busy" about it.—. Kendall Miner. llanZan Pile Remedy unt up in con venient, collapsible tubes with nozzle attachment so that tflie remedy may be 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. LOOKING BACKWARD. Yes, sir, my father owned a big ranch right where the city of Kendall now stands. If he's only hung on to it—Kendall Miner. 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. 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 coughts and colds by gently moving the bowels. Guaranteed. Sold by Phillips Drug Co.