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iMaMiaaiManM Dr. Foley. 411 West Main. Louis Clark went over to Butte last Thursday. Charlie Myersick went over to Helena Friday on business. Ayers & Marshall, attorneys at law, First National Bank block. "Babe" Thorburn left Friday morn ing for his home in Marshall, Minn. Woodson Badger, of Gilt Edge, was in the city the latter part of the week. $6.50 Monitor gasoline flatirons at $3.75, at the Fergus County Hard ware Co. Miss Mabel Hendry left Friday morning for Bozeman where she will attend college during the coming winter. James P. Sullenger has brought a suit for divorce against Myrtle Sul lenger, desertion being the grounds of the plea. DeKalb & Mettler, attorneys. Of fice in Lang building. S. B. Butcher, who lives way down on the Missouri river, was in the city the latter part of the week transact ing business. ^acob Weistaner was in from Ken dall last Thursday and went down to the Branger ranch for a visit of a week or two. Miss Katherine Nutterville has re turned to her home in Butte after a visit to the home of Mr, and Mrs. H. P. Imislund. Miss Elsie Fasel, who formerly taught school in Kendall, has been chosen a teacher is one of the Butte public schools. Wilbur Hoffman left Thursday for Putte where he has a responsible position with one of the big com panies of that place. S. E. Peterson, attorney and coun sellor at law. Moore, Mont. tf Mrs. W. W. White, upon her re turn from Bozeman, where she visit ed for a couple of weeks, was met at Garneill by Mr. White and they went out to the ranch of Mr. and Mrs. B. C. White for a visit of several days. If you are really particular about your prescription—and you ought to be—take it to Wilson-Seiden Drug Co. r OUR FALL SUITS ARE MASTERPIECES OF Fashion! FIT A ND fabric Beauty! There are three prime essentials to consider in the purchase of the new Fall Suit—Fashion, Fit and Fabric. Each is important and gets the scrutiny of every particular buyer. ; In choosing our stock of new Fall Suits we carefully examined the samples of scores of the New York's best tailors and selected only those that met with our rigid and exacting requirement of what Fashion, Fit and Fabric should be. THE RESULT: Our showing thoroughly mirrors the most approved style ideas with scores of original, stunning and becoming models. Ours are the aristocrats of the Fall fashionables. Perfectly proportioned and made in a unique system of sizes, a fit for every figure is here. The fabrics are of the latest weaves and colorings—all wool and shrunk before being made up. And as for the price—the best Suit values we ever offered or you ever purchased. The items tell the story. Suits at $15 to $20 Stylish and jaunty suits, made in both medium and longer coat models and possessing the long graceful lines of the Directoire period o f 1908. Ma terials are all wool cloths in a va riety of high class stripes and also plain colors. Prices $15 to $20 suits at $20 to $35 Suits whose style and quality would never betray their littleness of price. T hey are gems of the best tailors art. Many fancy stripes and highly trimmed broadcloths are in the lot. Pretty long draping coats with side vents. All manner of colors. Prices from $20 - $35 Suits at $35 to $75 This is the suit line in which Hart's plainly excel. The very highest char acters of New Yorks cleverest suit styles. The coats come in the direc toire styles with gracefully swinging, clingy lines, long trim sleeves and elongated collar effects. All delight fully trimmed and of highest grade materials* Prices are $35 to $75 TWO ITEMS OF IMPORTANCE IN A SEPTEMBER SALE FALL COATS AT $6.75 and FALL SKIRTS AT $6.75 High class, stylish coats, made with long swinging, graceful lines, semi-fitting and stylishly trimmed with silk braids. Coats for which you would naturally be expected to pay $10.00 for. We receive these exclusive styles from our New York buyer and the benefit is yours. Choice of the lot $6.75 Plain flared skirts, made in 15 gored styles and having that close fitting flared shape. Influenced by the Sheath gown but modified to suit the American ideas of fashion. All manner of materials are in this splendid showing, Panamas, fancy striped worsteds and 1908 novelty effects. Goods really worth. $10.00, on sale at $6.75 Ladies 9 65c Hosiery at 45c Fancy silk embroidered hose of fine lisle thread are offered at a most specially reduced price. All sizes are here in splendid va riety, pretty floral and conventional designs. ."Sale price, pair ,. A.............................-. Fay Stockings at 25c The celebrated Fay hosiery, regularly sold at 40c. The lines fea tured in this sale aie of a fine, even weave and come in all sizes from 6 to 9 1-2. An exc ^.ionally low price popular hose. Per pair ...........................,,,,,,.......... most Dr. Attix, Diamond Block. Johnny Abel, the butcher man, went down to Roundup the latter part of the week, the trip being for the purpose of transacting some busi ness. E. G. Worden, lawyer, McDonald & Charters building. Phones 127. tf W. H. Raymond, the one legged man, has completed his shoe shining stand three doors below the office of the Democrat and is now rubbing 'em up as fast as they come along. Money to loan on real estate. All enquiries treated with strict confi dence. Marvin & Davis, Rooms 7 and 9, Laux Building, Lewistown, Montana. 7-21-lt Joseph King, W. S. Smith and W. M. Blackford as thustees have filed articles of incorporation of the Lew istown Lodge, A. F. & A. M. J. T. McDonald, of Chicago, has decided to enter business in this city and has leased the Lewistown Com mercial company building. He has ordered a very complete stock of clothing, shoes, etc. Miss Nellie Ballantyne, who was graduated from the Fergus County Free High School last year, has left for Bozeman where she will attend the Agricultural College 'during the coming school year, Misses Genevieve and Pauline Beasley have returned from Portland, Oregon, where they spent two months. While there, Genevieve took instruc tion on the piano from one of the best teachers on the coast. We are sole agents for this ter ritory for Eastman kodaks and sup plies, Wilson-Seiden Drug Co, E. G. Worden, lawyer, McDonald & Charters building. Phones 127. tf Robert Hendry, who holds an im portant position with the Spring Creek Coal company, left the middle of the week for Helena where he took part in the conference of the coal mine operators of the state. Ernest Cloes returned the first of last week from an extended visit at his old home in St. Thomas, Canada. This was Ernest's first visit home in over twenty years and needless to say, he enjoyed the visit immensely. Lost—Bay mare, branded B on left thigh. Shod all around. Liberal re ward for return of horse to J. E. Pinkley, Elkhorn Livery Barn, Lew istown, Montana. Map of Fergus county. Each 25c. Democrat Supply Department. W. D. Symmes and A. Williamson went over to Kendall in Mr. Symmes auto last Saturday. Money to loan on good farm prop erty on easy terms. Hilger Loan r. Realty Co. 4-7-tf Mrs. B. K. Beatham left yesterday morning for Ely, Nevada, where she will visit her parents for several weeks. $6.50 Monitor gasoline flatirons at $3.75, at the Fergus County Hard ware Co. Attorney J. C. Huntoon last Sat urday filed 'his bill of exceptions and motion for a new trial in the Nordahl murder case. Jerry Shinnack, assistant chief of the Butte fire department, came over Saturday evening for a visit with the family of his uncle, T. E. Crowley. Gurnet & Stephens, proprietors of the Lewistown Meat Co., have moved from their former stand opposite the post office on Fourth avenue, to the Wright building on lower Main street. Mail orders for Eastman kodaks, films and supplies filled promptly. Wilson-Seiden Drug Co. Kid Bell and Kid Davis had a kidding match with eight ounce gloves at 'the T-P Saturday evening. Davis got mad in the third round and quit fighting, He claimed that Bell tried to hit him, T. E. Collins, state bank examiner and for over forty years one of the most prominent men in .the state of Montana, died last Sunday night at his home in Great Falls, of creeping paralysis. He had been hopelessly ill for several weeks. • The Women of Woodcraft held their regular meeting in their hall over Shannon's store last Wednesday evening and balloted on one new member. There are several applica tions before this order which is ex periencing a most satisfactory growth. Mrs. E. K. Cheadle left yesterday morning for Boulder and will ac company Judge Cheadle to this place tomorrow. The scores of friends ot the popular jurist will be glad to see ■him after his long absence due to a most unfortunate automobile accident near Boulder about a month ago. Found—Between Lewistown and Stanford, Aug. 28, 1908, one bicycle. Owner can have same by proving property and paying expenses of ad vertising. Call at Democrat office. 9-l-4t Lewis Penwell & Co. last Saturday closed a deal whereby the big Hay maker ranch, better known as the Godfrey place, comprising 22,000 acres of land, situated in Meagher and Fergus counties, was transferred to S. J. Dunlay, of Mandan, N. D., the price being given as $125,00. Give the new shop a.trial. The bsst the market affords. Prompt delivery. Courteous treatment. Lewistown Meat Company. Mrs. J. E. I^mkley and babe left yesterday morning for Albany, Mis souri, where she will visit relatives, for several weeks. She was accom panied to Albany by her brother, Frank Rhodes, who has been visiting in Lewistown for a couple of weeks. Mr. Rhodes is most favorably im pressed with Fergus county and is serious! ythinking of disposing of his interests in Missouri and coming out here to locate. Dr. Wallin has opened an office and consultation room in Day House hotel, where he may be found until his permanent offices in new Empire Bank building are ready for oc cupancy. Frank Phillips has been confined to his room for several day as a re sult of stepping on the ever fatal banana peeling. The accident oc curred in front of the post office. In falling, Frank struck his knee against the building, inflicting a painful wound. Seymour Howell, of near Kendall, was a business visitor to this city last Saturday and stated to the Dem ocrat that he has about fifty acres of spring wheat which will go twenty bushels per acre. His oats, which he got in early, are even better than the crop of last year. F. O. E. regular meetings 2nd and 4th Wednesdays at Redmen's hall. Lewistown Aerie No. 734. Visiting brethren welcome. The Rev. J. A. Martin and family returned home last Saturday from Fort Benton where they visited for a few days following the conference at Kalispell. Mr. Martin is naturally pleased that he was returned to Lew istown for another year as he has many friends in this city. Col. G. R. Norris, for many years engaged in the cattle raisiug business with headquarters at Judith, in this county, is now located in Seattle, Washington, and has taken over the management of the Burke hotel, one of the largest and most popular hos telries of the city on the Sound. General Warren, who helped to pile up the famous Butte hill and has stuck around there for a matter of forty years to see that the hill is not entirely carted away, is down for the response to the address of welcome at the Pioneers' convention in this city the latter part of this month. General Warren knows every old timer in the state and is a general favorite with all of the boys of the sixties. The plain reason why we ask for your trade is on the grounds of hay ing the largest stock, choicest goods and lowest prices. Wilson-Seiden Drug Co. C. E. Shoemaker and family arrived home Sunday evening from a visit to Kalispell. The trip to and from Great Falls was made by auto and not even a puncture occurred to delay this portion of the journey. Mr. Shoemaker informs the Democrat that the country is looking fine be tween this city and Kalispell. Flat head county has a good crop of grain and hay this year and everybody is feeling fine over the prospects. Money to loan on real estate. All inquiries treated with strict confi dence. Marvin & Davis, 106 S. 5th Ave., Lewistown. 7-21-tf Dr. W. A. Long, of this city, has completed the 'transaction for the pur chase of the E. R. Needham ranch near Garneill, the purchase price be ing $12,500. Dr. Long contracted foi the purchase of this property over two years ago but difficulties arose and a law suit resulted, all of which has been amicably settled, howe /er, leaving the doctor in possession of one of the most desirable pieces of real estate in the county. Attorney C. J. Marshall arrived home last Friday evening from a pro fessional visit to Iowa, Illinois and Michigan. While in the last named state, he visited^ his old home at Benton Harbor, for a few days. Mr. Marshall informs the Democrat that one finds, everywhere he goes, repub licans who are going to vote for Bryan and the impression is steadily growing in the middle western states that the great Commoner will be the next occupant of the White House. $6.50 Monitor gasoline flatirons at $3.75, at the Fergus County Hard ware Co. Vacation time is incomplete with out a kodak. See us for films, kodaks and supplies. Wilson-Seid'en Drug Co. W. G. Wright and family, of Straw, expect to leave within a few days on an extended trip which shall take them for more or less extended visits to Ogden and Salt Lake City, Utah; Grand Junction, Colorado; Ruskin, Nebraska, and Eldorado Springs, Mis souri. They expect to be absent from home about three months. The Democrat will follow them on their trip and keep them posted as to the happenings in the Inland Empire. Captain Thoen, of the Salvation Army, held hex farewell services at the barracks Suuday evening and has left for Butte where she will be sta tioned in the future. Captain Theon has given the noble cause in which she is engaged the most conscientious service since she has been "in this city and the well wishes of many friends attend her in her new field. She will be succeeded by Ensign Durant, of New York city, who has but recent ly returned from a trip to Sweden. Tom St4**n was in town last week and paid the office of the Democrat an appreciated call. Tom has been prospecting for many moons up in Half Moon pass in the Snowy moun tains and has recently had a company incorporated to push the work of de velopment on his ground. He has had a large number of assays run and all of them give him values ranging from $2 to $100. He and expert mining men who have examined the property believe that a big paying proposition will be developed up there in the Snowies, _______________ 4 1 Announcement. I hereby announce myself as a can didate for the nomination to the of fice of county treasurer, subject to the action of the democratic county convention to be held in Lewistown, Mont., September 5, 1908. 9-1-11 GRANT ROBINSON. Grand opening of the Dreamland Theatre Opposite Post Office. Labor Day, Sept* 7 See the wonderful Motiograph—flick erless pictures. We have the first and only "Motio graph" in Montana; others are order ing them; it is the latest invention and is termed the "picture without a head ache." Our films are direct from the manufacturer. We cordially invite the public. POPULAR PRICES.