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Theo Nichols, of Garneill, spent spent Sunday in the city. E. G. Worden lawyer, McDonald & Charters building. Phones 127. tf Pete Tus, a native of Austria, was admitted to citizenship Friday. Senator Clarence P. Tooley, of Twodot, was in town Friday night. Pat Nihill came in yesterday and is transacting business in the city. S. E. Peterson, Attorney and Coun sellor at law. Moore. Mont. tf C. E. Shoemaker went out to his ranch near Moore and spent Sunday. E. D. Baker, of Freeport, Illinois, was a business visitor to the Basin last week. If you are in doubt, ask our tinner to show you a sample of his handi work. He's there with the goods. Fergus County Hardware Co. Mrs. Cora Carter left yesterday morning for Missouri for a long visit with relatives. Guy Safford, of Moore and Frank Carleton of this city drove out to Kendall yesterday. "White man's skunk wagon. Heap lame." Try a Studebaker runabout. Fergus County Hardware Co. The Rev. and Mrs. Wakefield are in Forest Grove where Mr. Wakefield held services last Sunday. D. M. Durfee, county attorney of Granite county, was a professional visitor to_the city last week . Whether you get the cart before the horse or vice versa, let the cart be a Studebaker runabout. Fergus County Hardware Co. Slater has them; juicy steaks, ten ler roasts, home cured hams and ba ron and pure lard to cook them in. Scottish Life by Rev. MacNamee, and Scotch ballads by Miss Titter will be at the Presbyteran church this evening instead of at the M. E. church as before announced, because of the need of a piano. John R. Cook, of Kendall, was in town the latter part of the week. Mr. Cook is very enthusiastic over the future of his Abbey property and says that there will be no let-up f he work until he has shown up another mine as big as the Santiago. Prof. J. R. Bevis, formerly super intendent of the Lewistown city schools, is in the city as a represen tative of the Remington Arms Co. Mr. Revis has abandoned the school teaching profession and is now locat ed in Helena with Montana as his territory. C. M. Henry, a well known banker of Red field, South Dakota, has been in town since last Friday looking around. He informs the Democrat that the country appeals to him from a ninvestment viewpoint and he may become interested before his de parture. b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b f b b b b b b b b a LIZARD LIDS They're the broad brimmed, high crowned straw hats. The assortment is new. Last year you had trouble getting them. All sizes, all prices ■J (F' WVNDER Its the new well wearing hose for men colors, black, pearl gray, tan and Ida for three months. Sold only by tli pair in the box, per bo SHIMMERING SUMMER SHEERNESS will hold high carnival with us all of this week. Our Dry Goods department, conceded by all to hold the highest class of merchandise in the city, is brim full of everything proper and modish for the coming summer season's wear, dainty dresses in softened tints, modish waists patterned after Eur ope's most famous nnidch TpeUicoats with a liven ing dash of summer, parasols of the wonderous Parisian lustre, i n fac t the entire department is a vision of loveliness throughout. tiii it/ DAINTY DRESSES FOR SUMMER WEAR % This display comprises some of the sweetest linen and lawn creations that has been our pleasure to show this season—designed upon the very newest princesse effect —stuningly stylish—yet modestly pretty—our summer dresses will appeal to every to properly attired woman in the city. Now on display in our windows. Princess dress of white Persian lawn, trimmed in baby Irish and lace, three rows of Val Girdle effect. Flounce in three inch baby Irish and Val.................................................... $12.00 White Persian lawn, trimmed in net and Val embroidered lace, Princesse effect, flounce of Val inser tion and tucks ............................................................................ $8.00 Blue lawn emb in white circlets upon lapel, V shaped neck in wash lace, tucked skirt emb in white.$10 Princesse blue Persian lawn, pin tucks and Val lace, square yoke, Mikado effect, cuffs in pin tucks and lace ........................................................................................ $10.00 Linen dresses in blue, white and linen colors tucked, etc.......................... ...... $4.00 jmcWtpward^ ^ til (F Hi ih tii tii IMPORTED PARISIAN PARASOLS In this assortment are some of the most artful designs of the Parisian parasol makers handicraft. We have them in the hand painted, polished handled linen effects; ire the pretty the beautiful flowered Dresden Taffeta, exquisitely dainty; then the hand silk embroidered Tussah silk parasols, never shown before in the Sun Shades, ravishing in the delicacy of colors, Copenhagen blue,' lemon yellow, pink, heliotrope, in fact every reigning shade and tint, the most i,leasing display ever witries;su»n Spp fh/»m m Anr ^ \ j re Lewistown; biSufpSuotS ir Colored taffetas in Reseda green, Copenhagen blue, cerise, light blues, lemon' yellow, etc $500 Hand embroidered variegated silks. Tussah silk body, highly polished handles ................ $3.25 champagne silks with fancifully turned and polished handles $4.00 y) ONYX HOSIERY This being the highest grade of hosiery ever offered here, we have had a tremendous success in its intro duction—being an experiment at first, we were diffi dent about pushing it—the resnlt is more than grati fying. We have it in all lengths and sizes, plain or embroidered. Ladies' Onyx hosiery, black, four thread, lisle, high spliced heel and sole stainless ............ 75c Black gauze embroidered lisle ................ 90c lace, overworked, ........ 90c J (F, Ladies' Hand Worked Batten berg Walking Coats These coats are designed upon the latest Harper's Ba zaar patterns, are shown exclusively by us and pro nounced the handsomest coats ever shown in this sec tion of the state, critics on wearing apparel for modish women pronounced them "captivating"; they must be seen to be appreciated—let us show them to you it is pleasure. Ladies three-fourths length champagne color, hand worked Battenberg silk braid over taffeta, edging finished in richly colored and emb flowered Persian ribbon, three-fourths kimona effect. Sleeves finished in accordeon pleated chiffon . ........ $35 00 White serge, with plain black velvet collar, white peari buttons, full length, half fitted .................................... $25 00 Ladies' short butterfly effect, in cream over taffeta, edged in Nile green silk braid. Beautiful as well as serviceable ....... $25.00 Ladies' semi-fitting champagne color, trimmed about shoulders GROCERY SECTION Being the acknowledged leaders of Grocerydom it gives us great pleasure to call your attention to our BOTTLE GOODS section—there you find the rarest of condiments, relishes, catsup, pickles, chutneys, in fact almost everything in the bottle goods line. Telmo Queen olives of a large luscious size, per >ott,e ........................................... Telmo stuffed olives .................. 15 C an( j 35 c Capres imported French ..................... 35 c Heinz tomato chutney ........................ 35 c Durkees salad dressing................40c and 75c Bulk olives, per quart ........................ 60c Bulk Heinz sour pickles, per gallon .......... 75c Bulk Heinz sweet pickles, per gallon $1.00 and $1.75 — -- JJ 3 3 3 3 3 \3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 Dr. Foley. 411 West Main. D. F. Smith, formerly right of way agent for the Billings-Northern rail road company, was in the city last night. DeKalb & Mettler, attorneys. Office in Lang building. Mrs. J. C. Huntoon, Mrs. H. G. Philips and Mrs. J. C. Bebb will en tertain the Guild at the home of Mrs. Bebb Friday afternoon. Any hose not protected by wind ing is only half hose. We have the wound kind. Sell lots of it, too. Fergus County Hardware Co. Commissioners Parrent of Kendall and Neill of Garneill are in the city to attend a special meeting of the board of commissioners. H. A. Benner, formerly a resident of this city but now located in Hel ena, is in the city interviewing our merchants for his house. Thfc Judith Basin mill sells oats and barley chopped feed at $1.35 per hun dred. Mrs. L. M. Conyngham, of Kendall, has been appointed postmistress of Kendall, so we are informed, suc ceeding John Jackson, Jr. William H. Brown of Moore has not found the pocket book which he lost three weeks ago. A liberal re ward is offered for the return of it. Money to loan on good farm prop easy terms. Hilger Loan and Realty Co. 4-7-tf R. W. Reynolds left Saturday morning for St. Paul from which place he will chaperon another bunch of excursionists to the Judith Basin. His company now have two steam plows working on their two ranches and expect to sow not less than 1, 200 acres of wheat the coming fall. P. F. Scott, the popular Kendall blacksmith, was in the city last night and attended the "blow-out" given last evening by the Knights of Pythias. Give the new shop a trial. The best the market affords. Prompt deliver ery. Courteous treatment. Lewis town Meat company. J. W. Brice arrived in the city the latter part of the week from Mullen, Idaho, where he has the manage ment of a big grocery establishment. He was a resident of Lewistown for a number of years an dmade numer ous friends whom he will visit for a week or ten days. Garden hose and lawn sprinklers is one of our strong-holds. Judith Hardware Co. Last Friday or Saturday week 1 lost a long black pocket bock while out in the country around Moore which contained drafts and checks payable to my order to the amount of $2,500. I would pay a liberal re ward for the return of same. The pocket book had my name in gilt let ters on the inside. Wm. H. Brown. 2-28-tf Dr. Attix, Diamond Block. Engraved visiting cards, including copper plate, 100 for $1.50. Ten days to fill orders. Mrs. Kate Hodges and little son left last Wednesday morning for Kerman, California, to attend her father, C. E .Mahana, who is serious ly ill. It is not always what you want, you get. Yet if you have made up your mind to get up-to-date photo graphs at moderate prices call at the Empire Studio, Lewistown, Montana. 2-11-tf Since the second fire in Kendall there has been a great demand for chemicals and scores of these handy little fire extinguishers have been sold in the big camp. Charlie Beldon, of Utica, who is in the city, says that everything is look ing fine over in the west end. He expects to get in about 400 acres of wheat this year. J. B. Elliot, the Billings woolgrow er whose ranches are located in the southern part of Fergus county, was a business visitor to this city for sev eral days last week, Ayers St Marshall, attorneys at law, Imislund building. 8-6tf J. A. Strickland, of Manchester, Iowa, is in the city looking over the lay of the land, with a view to mak ing some investments if the layout looks good to him. Dave Hilger, Jim Elliott, Big Leh man and Frank Wright went over to Kendall last Friday in the Hilger automobile. They say that the big camp is certainly a humm er. Dr. G. H. Nichols, office over U. S. land office. Phone. Mutual, 173 tf Frank Williams, the popular barber, leaves this week for his ranch on the Louse rreck bench, where he will devote the summer to fence building, well digging, plowing, etc. I claim and own all horses in Fer gus cousty or Montana branded L S on right shoulder. Lewis D. Smith, Forest Grove, Montana. 5-5-5t T. A. Crisman. proprietor of the Redfield. South Dakota, Journal-Ob server. has been in this section for several days looking around. Mr. Crisman was a pleasant visitor to the office of the Democrat and spoke in highest praise of what he had seen of Fergus countv and Lewistown. He thinks that he will invest some money here before returning home. New sacks for sale at Judith Basin mill at ten cents. The brick work on the Day House annex has been completed and the contractors, Pierce & Martin, expect to finish up the interior in short order. Manager Trotter says that he will be into the new building by the mid dle of next month. When all of the improvements are completed, the Day House will be not only a sightly structure but a first cass hostelry in every particular. Miss Nellie Davis of Lewistown and Mrs. Walter Butler, of Toston, accompanied by Della Ross, of Tos ton, spent Monday in Townsend, the guests of Mrs. B. Williams. Town esnd Star. Oats and barley chop at the mill, $1.35 per hundred. Be a sanitary saint, use our Ala bas tine and Sherman-Williams paint. Chan Cook is walking around on crutches as a result of getting into a mixup with a bronc. The cinche broke else the cayuse would never have landed Chan. He suffered a dis placement of the knee cap. E. G. Worden, lawyer, McDonald & Charters building. Phones 127. tf Dr. J. Theo. Brice has been ap pointed by Governor Norris a dele gate to the tuberculosis congress which will be held in Washington, D. C. from September 21st to October 12th. Dr .Brice fully intends to at tend. The Hilger Loan and Realty Co. last week negotiated the sale of 200 head of cattle belonging to L. W. Eldrdige and 1,000 head belonging to the King boys to C. B. Ingham, of Miles City. The price was not made public. D. J. Hilger took out a party of land buyers in his father's big cat last week, going to Denton, Stanford and Utica. The entire trip of 130 miles was covered in about five hours, actual running time. D. J. is getting to be an expert chauffeur. A full line of hammocks, various gardes and prices at the Judith Hard ware Co. Teeth extracted absolutely without pain by using Somnoform. M. M. Hedges, dentist. Articles of incorporation of the Tu dith Cattle company were filed today with Clerk and Recorder Myersick today. The company is capitalized at $250,000 and will do business in Fer gus and Choteau counties. The in corporators are T. C. Power, John W. Power, A. C. Johnson, J. H. Knight and 11. P. Brooks. ^ Desk blotter pads, 19x24 inches. Each 50. Democrat Supply Depart ment. Mayor J. E. Pinkley and N. J. Lit tlejohn retimed Saturday night from Townsend where they purchased 40 head of work horses. They are all good stock and the gentlemen expect to have no difficulty in getting rid of them at good prices as there is a great demand for good work horses in Fergus county. Senator Henry M. Rae left yester day morning for Helena where he will join Governor Norris and to gether the two gentlemen will jour ney to Washington, D. C., to par ticipate in the conference of gover nors and state delegates, called by President Roosevelt to dscuss the preservation of our national resource Senator Rae expects to be absent Bom the city for several weeks. J. E. Phelan, David Hilger. C. J. Phelan, President. Vice President. General Manager WESTERN LUMBER & GRAIN CO. OF MONTANA ■'I A COMPLETE stock of the best Western lumber is now enroute to Lewistown for this new yard located on 1st Ave. near Water»St. The fourth and best lumber yard established in Lewistown. Prices tc suit the times. A modern grain elevator will be erected and ready before harvest time this season. :: :: Watch For hirther Announcements It takes ten mills to make a cent. We have one mill that will make you dollars. That's the Dempster wind mill. Fergus County Hardware Co. Deputy Slier ft Waldo is deserving cf much credit in the manner in which he is keeping our city clear of crooks and disreputable characters. He does not relax for a moment in his watch on this class and when their action warrants, promptly gives them a tie pass for other fields. Roundup Record. For Sale—Slightly used Smith Premier typewriter. Does first class work. Call at Democrat Supply De partment. A party of St. Paul railroad officials came in last night in two special cars and left this morning. The party in cluded General Superintendent 11. B. Fading, Superintendent Spencer, Mr. Averili of Chicago, E. II. Barrett, live stock agent for the St. Paul, J. Q. Adams and a number of other gentle men connected with the land de partment of the road. The party came in simply on a tour of inspec tion of the road. The Democrat Supply Department has now in stock a complete line of blank books. Henry Born ha returned to his home in Maiden after spending the winter in California. Mr. Born was educated in San Francisco and al though the greater number of his old acquaintances were dead, he found man yof their children who knew of him through their parents and who made his visit there a pleasant one. lie wanted to remain in Frisco until the arrival of the big fleet but the weather got too warm for him and he pulled for the cord mountains of Montana. Ralph Wight is m the city from the west end. Upon the arrival of Harry Yaeger home last Saturday evening, he found his big new National automobile awaiting him. The car is a beauty. Lost — A poeketbook, between Wood's Livery barn and the brewery, containing a deposit slip and about $25 binder will leave at this office and receive suitable reward. 5-5-2t T. F. Rice, for the past four year* manager of the Montana Lumber company's yard at Moore, has been given the management of the Miles City yard. Brighten your furniture by the use of Jap a l.ac; we have it in all colors and sizi's. Judith Hardware Co. A dance will be given next Friday evening in Culver's hall for the bene fit of the Lewistown Base Ball As sociation. The park needs some work and it will require a little money to gel things in shape for the opening of the season. Even if you cannot attend, buy a ticket to the dance and help push a good thing along. The latter part of May or the first of June (the date has not yet been definitely determined upon) the Ilil ger Loan and Realty Co. will run a special train from Lewistown out along the line to Moore, Straw and Garneill, where there will be held auction sales of town lots. This linn has the agency for hundreds of lot* in each of these growing cities and take this method of bringing them conspicuously before the public. The date of the auctions will be made public within the next few days and Messrs. Hilger, Shoemaker and Bus senburg are sure that there will be a large crowd to take advantage of the excursion to those places.