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White long silk gloves. Lehman's. Waiter Knight, fine tailoring. Op posite iiostoffice. 2-12-tf Girls, look at the "Hyde Park" hats I at Lehman's, all the rage in the East. Mike Hall, the Maiden business man, was a visitor to the city the last of the week. New black chiffon taffeta silks 27 inches wide, 8oc yard. Lehman's. Vance Butler of Kendall took the train Saturday mornifilg for a business trin to Helena and Butte. For Rent. Four room house. In quire at No. 113 First Avenue.—1-29-tf Justice of the Peace, David Forman of Grass Range, was a business visitor to the city last week. Don't forget the plumbers, Stapleton & Phillips, temporarily located in Imislund building. Phone 200. 2-12-tf Louie Blodgett returned last Thurs day afternoon from a business and pleasure trip throughout the western part of the state. Tailor made waists with embroid eried stiff colors and' neckwear to match. Lehman's. Bert Martin, the picture man, gave two pleasing entertainments in Cul ver's hall last Thursday and Friday evenin' s. He has a good show and was liberally patronized in Lewis town. D*- Kalb & Mettler, attorneys. Office in Lang Building. Lone silk gloves in black. Lehman's. E. F. Tuttle, a well known stock man of the Stanford country, was in the c . y the latter part of the week. Mr. T.Pile has recently returned from an e\ sided! visit to Iowa and Color ado joints. Waln-r Knight has removed to the Sloan building, opposite postoffice. I 2-12-tf. Girls, look at the 1 "Hyde Park" hat* ait Lehman's, all the rage in the East. Frank Wright is now in his old home, Penn Yan, New York, having gone there from Helena a short while ago. Frank is rapidly recovering his former health much to the satisfaction of his numerous friend's. New black chiffon taffeta silks 27 inches wide, 85c yard. Lehman's. Rooms for Rent. Signs for sale at this office. ' ~ K County Attorney Roy E. Ayers re turned the middle of the week from a, professional visit to Bozeman and other towns in the east end of the state. He left Mrs. Ayers and the baby in Bozeman, where they will visit for a short while. Worden & Scott removed their law offices Saturday from the telephone buidir$ 4 ' on lower Main street to the Charters & McDonald building, adjoin ing the First National Bank. Tailor made waists with embroid eried stiff colors and neckwear to match. Lehman's. Granville Williams has filed an ac tion of divorce against Etta May Wil liams. The complaint states that the defendant was married to the plain tiff in Nevada, Missouri, in October, 1896 and that one child was bom to the union. Desertion is the ground up on which the complaint is based. Leave call for Elkhorn. cab at tho Bon Ton or ring 'phone 55. tf Oysters any style. Bon Ton. J. D. Kipe, the Moore hotel and butcher shop man, was a business vis itor to the city Thursday. Mr. Kipe has been in very poor health for the entire winter and expects to leave very shortly for some warmer climate, not having fully decided just where he will land. Joe has a big, bunch of friends all over the county who wish him a speedy return to health. Worden & 'Scott, lawyers, McDonald & Charters building, next door to First National Bank, Lewistown, Montana. Bell and) Mutual 'phones, both 127. tf Senator H. M. Rae left the middle of last week for Helena after spend ing a week in Kendall and Gilt Edge looking after his mining interests. Sen ator Rae is personally one of the most popular members of the upper house of the general assembly and al though he is on the other side of the fence, we must say that he has made a good record as a senator. Fine 36 inch black taffeta silk dyed in the yarn. $1.25, $1.50. Lehman's. H. C. Brown and Hugh Wagner re turned Thursday evening from busi ness visits to Chicago, St. Paul, Minne apolis and other cities in the middle west. "Wag" says that while in the Windy City, Harry purchased the post office building for $200, although he failed to get the deed from the the gentleman. Harry has one or two equally as bad on Hugh but requested that they not be published*. Rent receipt books for sale at thl* office, 10 cents each. Two furnished rooms for rent. Apply to Mrs. J. E Lane. 3-5-2t Fred H. Bacon, who for over four years has been superintendent for tne Lewistown Telephone company, left Thursday morning for Helena, where he will take charge of the office of the Rocky Mountain Bell Telephone com pany. Fred has a large number of friends in this city who wish him suc cess in his new field. Will Higgins is now in charge of fhe local office. He thoroughly understands every detail of the telephone business antd* will make a very capable superintendent for the telephone company at this place. Worden & Scott, lawyers, McDonald & Charters building, next door to First National Bank, Lewistown, Montana. Bell and* Mutual 'phones, both 127. tf Girls, look at the "Hyde Park" hat* at Lehman's, all the rage in the East. I "White long silk gloves. Lehman's. Joseph Jackson has been on the sick list for the past week, but is now able to be around once more. Latest in Madras flowered curtains. Lehman's. W. A. Stingley last Wednesday filed I his petition to be appointed adminis trator of the estate of G. A. Dawes, deceased. For Rent. Signs for sale at this office. tf Mr. and Mrs. John L. Bright left the middle of last week for Chicago and other points in the east. En route, they stopped in Helena and Butte. Now open for business in our new stand in the Diamond block, next door to the Fergus County Hardware. Sut ter Brothers. Boarders Wanted. Call at 602 Main street and Sixth avenue. Mrs. Broulette, wife of the superin tendent for the Barnes-King Develop ment company, arrived in this city Thursday evening and left for Kendall the following morning. Carbon paper for sale at the Dem» ocrat office. tf Slater has them; Juicy steaks, ten der roasts, home cured hams and ba con and pure lard to cook them in. One of the twin babies of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Eddy died at the Eddy home on Sixth avenue last Wednesday Interment was madd the following day in the citv cemetery. Finei 36 inch black taffeta silk dyed in the yarn. $1.25, $1.50. Lehman's. Wanted; Good, clean, cotiton rags. Five cents per pound. Bring to Dem ocrat office. District court was adjourned last Wednesday in oridbr to permit Judg# Cheadle to visit Billings, where he has some legal business. The Hobson Belden water right suit will be re sumed Thursday, March 7. Spring goods are arriving daily. Lehman's. If you want to read the official pa per of Fergus county subscribe for the Democrat. Those receiving certificates at the first quarterly teachers' examination were as follows: professional grade, Miss Cora L Brown of Kendall, third* grade, Misses Sarah Gilmore and Bertha Trimble of Garneill, Gertrude Robinson and Della McHugh of Lew istown. The Lady Maccabees are arranging to give a grand ball in Imislund's hall on the evening of March 18th, The finest mulsic to be secured in the city has been engaged and the ladies are going to prepare a nice supper for the occasion. Tickets, including sup per, will be $1.00 each. Spring goods are arriving daily. Lehman's. Billinfcs Journal. W. M. McGinness, who has been engaged in the drug business at White Sulphur Springs for many years, and who recently sold his business at that place, is spend ing a few days in Billings. Mr. Mc Ginness is seeking a new field* in which to engage in business. Fred H. Bacon last week filed div orce proceedings in the district court against his wife, Rosanna M. Bacon. The complaint avers that the parties were married in Princeton, Illinois, in 1887 and that three children, all daugh ters, aged seventeen, nine and seven, respectively, were born to the union. That the defendant and the children are now living in Canton, South Da kota, and 'that* she fails to live with the plaintiff. Desertion is, therefore, given as the cause for the complaint. S. E. Peterson, Attorney and Counsel lor at law, Moore, Mont. tf Slater has them; juicy steaks, ten der roasts, home cured hams and "Ba con and pure lard to cool? Them "In. W. O. Hinkley, formerly of the Iowa telephone company and late manager of the Deer Lodge exchange, arrived in this city last night to take the position of manager of the Lewistown telephone company, succeeding Fred H. Bacon, who was promoted to the man agement of the Helena .company. Mi. Hinkley is a pleasant young man and has had several years experience in the telephone business. He was accom panied to this city by Mr. M. L. O'Dea, division chief clerk, who will spend a few days in Lewistown on account of the changes in management. Spring goods are arriving daily. Lehman's. "Pineules" (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. Great Falls Tribune: Pearson's grading camp, about 15 miles south of Armington, is again under quaran tine, two new cases of smallpox hav ing developed there during the past couple of days. The camp was quar antined about a month ago, when a man who had been taken with the •disease was brought from there to this city., At that time all the men in the camp were vaccinated, and after it was thought that all danger of infec tion had passed, the quarantine was raised. It is reported by Dr. Stoll, who is in charge of the hospitals at the Arminlgton end of the line that in a few cases, the vaccine did not affect the men who were inocculated, and two of these men are now sick with the disease. The new cases are being treated at a detention hospital, erected by the contractors near Arm ington for the purpose, and there is believed to be little danger of a furth er spreud of the disease. Lost—Brooch set with pearls, be tween court house and* Fourth avenue. Finder please advise Democrat Office. 3-5-lt. Roy E. Ayers, attorney at law, post oflee building. Long silk gloves in black. Lehman's. Latest in Madras flowered curtains. Lehman's. "Big" Lehman left Thursday morn ing for a pleasure trip through Europe. Don't overlook the liberal offer that Walter Knight is making. He offers a package of dandelion seeds with ev ery Easter suit. 3-5-tf New designs striped Madras cur tains. Lehman's Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Osweiler return ed home Thursday evening from a hurried trip to Iowa, having been call ed there by the death of Mrs. 09 weiler's brother. For Rent. Two room house.' In quire at No. 109 First Avenue.—1-29-tf Almost up to Easter—March 31st is the day; so you see the time Is short to get your orders in. Get busy. Time's about up if you want these clothes delivered for Easter wear. Walter Knight. 3-5-tf New designs striped Madras cur. tains. Lehman's Mrs. R. J. Dougherty, mother of Miss Theo Dougherty of this place, has arrived in the city with her three daughters from Helena and will in the future make Lewstown her home. She has taken a house on Washing ton street between Fourth and Fifth avenues. Wanted: Good, clean, cotiton rags. Five cents per pound. Bring to Dem ocrat office. Ralph Parlette, the funny man, hum orist and philosopher, ait Culver's opera house, Monday evening, March 11, under the auspices Lewistown Lecture Club. Seat reservations rnav be made by members Saturdtry-T*®!? General sale of tickets on Monday, $1 each. Dainty colonial curtain Swiss. Leh man's. JAMES W. WILSON, M. S. A., Director Agriculture and Animal Husbandry N. k HANSEN. M. S., Vice-Dikector Horticulture and Forestry JAMES H. SHEPARD, B. S. Chemistry E. L MOORE. B. S., D. V. S. .Zoology and Veterinary Medicine South Dakota Agricultural College Experiment - Station ROBERT L. SLAGLE, A. B.. A.M., Ph. D. Prexident ol Colli'gc W. A. WHEELER, M. S. Botany and Entomology R. A. LARSON Secretary T. B. KELLY Stenographer Brookings, South Dakota, March 1st, 190(5. Monitor Drill Co., Minneapolis, Minn. Gentlemen: It affords me pleasure to give you our experience with your double disc drill. We gave this drill a good test last spring. We run it on dry land and in mud, on breaking and in corn stalks. Its work in all conditions' was entirely satisfactory The grain sown with it comes up in two rows, as claimed for it, come-, up (quicker and more uniformly than grain sown with any other kind of a furrow opener. I believe that the double disc is as great an advancement over the single disc as the single disc was over the shoe drill or the shoe drill over the hoe drill Five 10 ft Double Disc Monitor Drills sold to one man March 1 1907 FERGUS COUNTY HARDWARE CO. A Great Roosevelt Gift "A most delightful addition to any library."—Vice-President Fair banks. "History here becomes as glorious as a dream and as solid as the mountains."—Dr. F. W. Gunsaulus, Armour Institute, Chicago. "I am glad to possess a copy in such excellent form."—Joseph A. Choate, Ex-Embassador to England. "Comes pretty close to realizing my ideal of how a book should be bound."—Jack London LEAVE ORDER AT FRANK LEWISTOWN, .... A handsome edition of Theodore Roosevelt's great American his tory, THE "WINNING OF THE WEST, bound in buckskin and khaki, in six volumes, is given free to every new subscriber for Current Literature. Current Literature ....... $3.00 Winning of the West free \ 3.48 Transportation of Bookt.. 48c PICK'S General Subscription Agent, - - - - MONTANA First National Bank of Moore MOORE, MONTANA M. L. WOODMAN, Pres. PATRICK NIHILL, Vic Pres. (JORDON O. SHAFER, Cashier. Capital Stock Paid in, - . Stockholders' Responsibility Exceed* ONE MILLION DOLLARS Deposit your money on six or twelve months time certificate and let it earn FIVE PER CENT for you. Dainty colonial curtain Swiss. Leh man's. F. H. Bacon of Lewistown. arrived in the city yesterday. Mr. Bacon comes to Helena to assume the management of the local telephone exchange. He was manager of the Lewistown tele phone exchange for a number of years, and was instrumental in making the system a success there. J. W. Higgins succeeds Mr. Bacon as temporary man ager <>f the Lewistown exchange.— Helena Record. TO THE FARMERS OF FERGUS COUNTY: If you have any grain or screenings to sell, see Abel Bros., Main street. Lewistown, Mont We are now buying HIDES, FURS and SHEEP PELTS We will pay more than others WHY? Because we have no middle mens' profits to pay. We pay you the dealers profits. DO NOT SELL BEFORE SEEING US. Lewistown Hide & Fur Co A. L. HAWKINS, Manager. Write for prices and state what you have. Evolution brings economy to the con sumer. The individual shoemaker and watch maker are practically a thing of the past But people continue to use watches and wear shoes, but the watchmakers and shoemakers by doing their work in large shops have reduced the cost to the consumer 50 per cent. The little tailor with his antiquated ideas and methods is passing. Master minds with great organizations in large labor centers are bringing the price of tailor made clothes, made to individual measure, within the reach of every man. We are the sole representatives of Ed. V. Price Lr Co., the Chicago Merchant Tailors, the best in their class! Their work is beyond criticism and their fabrics reliable. $20 to $35 for suits made expressly for you. Samples of their cloths lie on our front counter— drop in and look them over, all new, nobby patterns, no old chestnuts. Ask to see our fabric Nos. 3220, 3262, 3280. 3297. | Exclusive Local Representative of Ed. V. Price & Company, Merchant Tailors, Chicago j Fad Shoe <S- Clothing Co.