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LADIES' HOME JOURNAL tells you What to do The Ladies 9 Home Journal Patterns tells you hoW to do it The Materials Trimmings and Dry Goods to do it With are always found at the right price at HARTS For a good many years The Ladies' Homs Journal has been the greatest magazine for women. The pattern serv ice completes nhe Jour nal's usefulness, making it practicable and conven ient for you to wear the charming creations o f Mrs. Ralston and other Journal designers. We have the patterns and can also supply you with The Journal each month as it is published, or, if you prefer it, forward your annual subscription to the publishers. Hart & Go. Spring winds chap, tan and cause freckles to appear. Pinesalve Car bolized applied at night will relieve that burning sensation. Nature's own remedy. Acts like a poultice and draws out inflammation. RAZORLESS SHAVE! NEXT! and Use Newly Invented Paste Beard Will Rub Off. London, May 17.—There is conster nation among the barbers of Eng land over the invention of a London er named Witherington. He has made a paste which removes the beard, without the use of a razor, in ten minutes. The paste makes the hair so brit tle that it can be rubbed off clean with a wet sponge. No "skin trouble" is guaranteed and the performance is simply a part of washing the face upon arising in the morning. The following advantages are •claimed for the paste: No punctilious barber to ask if the razor is sharp enough. No second man waiting to brush your hat and ask with his manner for a tip. You rub on the paste, wipe it off with the sponge and presto! You go down to coffee and rolls looking like a man fresh from the hands of the best barber in London. The cost is about one cent a shave and tip yourself. The new invention is enjoying a wide sale and barbers are alarmed. Dissolution Notice. Notice is hereby given that the partnership between William Sharp and Byron Tayer, under the style and firm name of Sharp & Tayer, is this day dissolved by mutual consent, Wil liam Sharp having purchased the in terest of Byron Tayer in said busi ness. Byron Tayer will collect all ■bills due on or before May 1, 1907. Done this third day of May, 1907. BYRON TAYER WILLIAM SHARP -5-7-4ts* BLODGETT HOME EROM CANADA Lewistown Man Initiates Northern Brethren Into Mysteries of Bad ger Fighting. Louie Blodget got back Friday evening from an extended visit to Saskatchewan, Canada, having been absent from the city since the 31st of last March. He left Lewistown in company with S. S. Beebe, father of Cashier J. L. Beebe of the Empire Bank and went directly to Battleford which is about 200 miles east of Edmonton, Alberta. The Canadian government has thrown open for settlement several million acres of tine land of which Battleford the center and settlers are going into the country by the thousands t is estimated that 20,000 settlers have gone into the country within the last sixty days to go on their homesteads. The elder Mr. Beebe and his son, Leo, formerly a student of the Fer gus county free high school, have each taken up 160 acres of the land and are improving their holding. Louie also took up a homestead but says that he did it simpry for spec ulative purposes as Fergus county Looks good enough to him as a per manent residing place. The Canadian Pacific and Grand Trunk railway is mow being extend ed from Saskatootl through Saskat chewan to the coast via the Crow's Nest pass and its completion is go ing to mean the development of an immense country. The land is un dulating and the soil is good, being especially adopted for spring wheat and oats. They, of course, have to take their chances on dry seasons as there is no way to irrigate but a very small portion of the land. Time hanging somewhat heavy on Louie's hands at Battleford, he decided to furnish the natives with a specimen of Montana fun. Accord ingly, he got up a badger tight. The event was widely advertised and largely attended. The result of the light was graphically described as fol lows, by the Battleford Press: On Saturday evening last, nearly two hundred people gathered to wit ness a fight between a badger own ed and operated by Mr. Blodgett, late of Montana, and one of our well known local dogs, which has made a reputation for himself in this line having licked a soup bowl but a short time ago. After some trouble, an onlooker, more brave than his fellows, was induced to take his life and the end of the badger's chain in his hands, the latter precaution to prevent the fierce brute seizing a by stander and hitting for the tall tim ber. The barrel containing the cap tive was then tilted over by the train er, Mr. S. Gilliland, and the bloody conflict was started by the dog light ing out with a howl for civil and re ligious liberty, and the badger refus ing absolutely to move until the gate receipts had been counted. Then, too, being naturally timid and of kind not to be set upon with impunity Badger did not relish the pros Mr. pect of sacrificing himself to make Battleford holiday, and the meekness of his appearance was only exceeded by that of the by-standers, who were the real biters. It is sad in this en lightened age and in a town as ad vanced in civilization as Battleford to see so much enthusiasm displayed over brutal sport of this nature, and the tender-hearted editor, as he de scended from the dry goods box, could not help moralizing on the frailties of human nature.—Battleford Press. The next week, the same paper gravely announced that Mr. Blodgett, of Montana, has disposed of his badger to a collector of rare old china. Everyone knows that Spring is the season of the year when the system needs cleansing. Dade's Little Liver Pills are highly recommended. Try them. Phillips' Drug Co. P PIERCE MUST STAND TRIAL. Is Denied Writ of Habeas Corpus and Will Be Taken to Texas. St. Louis, May 15.—H. Clay Pierce, chairman of the board of directors of the Waters-Pierce Oil company, was today remanded to the custody of Sheriff Matthews of Texas, to answer to an indictment charging perjury, by a decision rendered this mo-ning L/ Judge Adams in the United States circuit court. Julge Adams denied the application of Mr. Pierce for a writ of habeas corpus. Mr. Pierce is wanted in Texas to answer to an indictment charging perjury in an affidavit made by him in May, 1900. to the effect that the Waters-Pierce Oil company was not a party to any pool, trust, confedera tion or combination in restraint of trade. After Judge Adams read his de cision, Attorney Priest immediately asked that a delay of execution of the court's order be grafted to enable him to decide whether to make an appeal to the Utiited States court of appeals or directly to the United States supreme court. Judge Adams grant ed the request. Mr. Pierce had little to say as he left the court room with his attor ney. He spoke to several friends who crowded around to shake hands, but made no comment. In using a cough syrup, why not get the best? One that comes highly recomerided is Bees Laxative Cough syrup, contains honey and tar and is superior to other cough syrups in many ways. Children always like it because it contains no opiates, is a laxative and is guaranteed to give sat isfaction or j'ottr money refunded. 1 ry it. Sold by Phillips' Drug Co. MAKE DIVING RECORD. Submarine Boats Stay Under Water Long While Without Effort. Newport. R. 1., May 16.—With all hands well and contented, with a bountiful supply of fresh air. and with records for submergence brok en. the submarines Octopus and Lake rose to the surface of Narragansett bay at 4 o'clock this afternoon, end ing a test of 24 hours under water. The Octopus rose first and the members of the naval trial board crowded about her as the conning tower hatch flew open. The mem bers of the trial board at once went below, to see what conditions exist ed on board and also to test the air supply. Samples of air were bottled every two hours through the test, for analy sis by the board. The Octopus blew out foul air only twice during the 24 hours she was at the bottom of the bay. It was computed that only one fifth of her air supply was exhausted, and if these figures are correct, they tend to show the boat could remain submerged 35 days, provided the food and fuel supply was sufficient. The Lake also stood the test welt, although a leak was sprung in the superstructure. She pumped out twice, but what proportion of her air supply was used could not be learn ed. When your food has not been r operly digested the entire system is impaired in the same proportion. Your stomach needs help. Kodol for indigestion and dyspepsia not only digests what you eat, it tones the whole body. Makes rich, pure blood. Kodol conforms to the National Pure Food and Drug law. Sold by Phillips' Drug Co De STANFORD NOTES. Samuel Langdoc was appointed clerk of the school board ar a recent meeting of the school trustees. Mrs. Fran\ Spencer, who has been in poor health for the past two or three years, was removed to the Columbus hospital in Great Fall w'here it is probable she will under go a surgical operation. G, Hj Ketchoner returned to Stan fo-j Wednesday after a brief busi ness visit in Great Falls. The community was saddened by the death of Percy Eveleth, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Eveleth, which occurred last Sunday after few days sickness with pneumonia and croup. Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at the Eve leth home about two miles above Niles. Misses lone and Edythe Rolfe, aunts of the little boy, and A H. Yule were called here from Mouarch to attend the funeral. Improper action of the kidneys causes backache, lumbago, rheuma tism. "Pineules" is a kidney re medy that will relieve these diseases. Pleasant to take and guaranteed to give satisfaction or money refunded. "Relief in every dose." Sold by Phil lips' Drug Co. Civil Service Examination. Clerk Carrier. An examination for the position of clerk (male and female) and carrier (male) will be held at the post office in this city on June 1, 1907. For application blanks, and for full information relative to the examina tion, qualifications, duties, salaries, va cations, promotions, etc., address Sec retary, Board of Civil Service Exam iners, Post-Office city. T. W. Warren THE CHRONOMETER WATCH AND CLOCK MAKER. Dealer In a general line of Watches, Clocks, Jewelery, Diamonds, Sapphires, Cut Glass. Manv other things too numerous to mention. New Jewelry made to order from na tive gold. Wedding, rings & specialty. Old Gold and Silver bought and sold at highest market price. SIGN, BIG WATCH. Main Street, Near Fifth Avenue. hi truth , a much deluded fool is hr zc/io lakes a farmer for a fool to be. The Fact That you are Reading these Lines Justifies the Inference that you are Interested in good Harvesting Machinery We Are Sole Agents We have just received a car of World renowned McCormick and Milwaukee Haying and Harvesting Machinery, Without a question or a doubt these machines are unexcelled either in construction looks or service. We have EXTRA HEAVY Mountain Wheels for our rakes if de sired; of course they cost a little more, because they're better. THE JVDITH HARDWARE CO. The Home of the Rancher Who Thinks Tin Perfumery Section of the Drag Store of Satisfaction. i* just bristling with the newest, daintiest and most fragrant odors imaginable. But that is just what you have a right to expect here. Whether your taste and fancy runs to domestic or Imported Perfumes we can gratify your every whim and you always rest assured of goods that are made up for the most particular trade, when you come to Wilson Gr LeWellin The Drug Store of Satisfaction. Next door to Lehmao's Lewistown, Moot. * m m * * m m m * m m m * m * * m m m m m § * m m £ 75/>e> First Bank National of Moore Moore, Montana. Capital ....................$ 50,000 Stockholders' Responsibility Exceeds .................$1 ,000, (X)0 OFFICERS: Martin L. Woodman ......President Patrick Nihill ........Vice President Gordon O. Shafer........Cashier We transact a conservative bank ing business in all branches. Interest Paid on Time Deposits. Ghriste's Restaurant.. Now Open for Business in Fine New Quarters, Across Street From Power Mercantile Com - pany. ; : Old Friends and New Receive the Best of Service. You Get What You Want and Pay Only for What You Get. SMITH PREMIER Typewriter and Carbon Papers Ribbons Quality Unsurpassed. FERGUS COUNTY DEMOCRAT Supply Department. ASK FOR THE JUDITH BELLE CIGAR YOU WILL LIKE THEM.