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Subscribe for the Fergus County Democrat. Wanted: To rent a second hand typewriter. Apply Democrat. 7-27-2c Miss Jennie Fulton left this week for the Seattle exposition. Dr. J. Theo Brice, physician and surgeon, Diamond block. Miss Florence di'Autremont re turned the last of the week from the Seattle exposition. The cheapest place in Fergus coun ty to buy furniture is at W. S. Smith's, Lewistown. Mrs. Deaton and daughter, Miss Georgia, returned Sunday from a visit to the exposition at Seattle. Regular social dances each Tuesday ana' Friday evening at Como park. Music by Gorman Bros.' orchestra. Nate Godfrey formerly railroad commissioner and now a prominent real estate man with offices in Hel ena, is in the city transacting busi ness. For Sale: 250 lots in Stafford ad ditions numbers 4 and 5. Most de sirable unimproved residence district in Lewistown. Price low. Terms easy. Cook-Reynolds Co. 7-16-tf Ed and Arthur Brownson, boyhood friena's of Roy Marsh, the furniture man, spent last Saturday in t.hi3 city, being on their way to Seattle from their home in Verdon, Nebraska. Typewriter ribbons, the best on the market, for the following machines: Remington, L. C. Smith, Oliver and Underwood typewriters. Fergus County Democrat Supply Dept. John Ellison and A. Young have purchased the Henry Shea bottling works and have ordered a lot of new machinery, intending to make the plant up-to-a'ate in every particular. For Sale: I will sell all of the fixtures of the Toggery Clothing store, inluding counters, show cases, etc. Here is a chance to got some bargains as everything is as good as new. Walter Knight. J. S. McNamara and Arthur Tubbs have purchased the Club Suit-a-torium which is located in the basement of the Bank of Fergus County building and will continue to give the patrons of the place the best of service in their line of work. Metal rulers, 18 indies long. Dem ocrat Supply Department. U. S. band daters at the Democrat Supply Department. George M. Stone, manager of the Lewistown-Billings Mutual Telephone company, returned Saturday from a short business visit to Helena. Mrs. Sam Teagarden, trainee' nurse, number 120 Janeaux. 6-15-tf. Mrs. S. E. Brice and baby re turned Sunday from Seattle where they saw the exposition and visited relatives and friends for several weeks. Ayers & Marshall, attorneys-at-law, First National Bank block. Mrs. W. S. Tallman, of Straw, was brought into the hospital Sunday suf fering from a nervous breakdown. Her condition while serious, is in no wise dangerous. Finest line of wall paper in the city at the Parrott second hand store. E. G. Ivins, city editor of the Argus, returned Sunday from the Seattle exposition. "Doc" says that the big show on the Puget Souna' is all to the good and is attracting average daily crowds of twenty-five thousand people, which is greatly in excess of the number anticipated by the management. Toilet fixtures ana* toilet paper at the Democrat Supply Department. I. W. Seaman, father of Walter Seaman, of the Daily News, his daughter, Miss Mary, and Miss Faith Hunt of Mitchell, South Dakota, spent last Thursday in this city, go ing on from here to the Seattle ex position. They will probably stop over in Lewistown for several days as they return home. If yon want anything in the office supply line the Democrat has got it. A. F. Camp and little boy returned Sunday from a visit to Missoula, Spokane and other western cities. While out there, Mr. Camp registered for a homestead chance on the Flat head reservation but is not very san guine of getting anything worth while. He says that no one can imagine the rush of people to that section of the country. Dr. W. A. Long, assisted by Dr. Foley, performed a delicate surgical operation on Mrs. Fred Hoffman, of Castle Butte last week, removing one of the good woman's eyes which re ceived a serious injury and was de stroyed: several weeks ago. The operation was entirely successful and Mrs. Hoffman will return to the ranch within a day or two. DeKalb & Mettler, attorneys-at-law, Lang building. Cashier W. J. Johnson, of the First National Bank, returned Sunday evening from Butte where he spent a day or two looking after business matters. Weiss ledger account files—just the thing for small accounts. Dem orat Supply Department. Manager Louis Lehman, of the Lehman store and brother, Rev. Gus tav Lehman, of Colorado, left yes terday morning for the Seattle ex position. A large assortment of excellent fur niture at prices which will appeal to you at the Parrott seconu' hand store. Harry Yaeger, assistant cashier of the First National, left this morning for Missoula to attend the meeting of the State Bankers' Association. He will be gone until the latter part of the week. Ask to see our new Victor ink well. It is the latest thing out and only costs you 35c. Democrat Supply Department. There will be a meeting of the Home Workers and Missionary So ciety of the Presbyterian church ac the church Friday afternoon, August 6th. The Hostesses will be Mrs. A. W. Stoddard and Mrs. J. M. Camp bell. All members and friends of the society are cordially invited to be present. Duplicating rent receipt books. Re eipt and duplicate made with the one writing. Ask to see ithem. Democrat Supply Department. The families of T. T. Taylor, W. D. Symmes and W. W WTiite are camping out on the C. E. Wright ranch about five miles above town. The heads of the families go out to the camping place every evening by auto, returning in time to open up their places of business in the morn ing. Money to loan on farm lands, se cured, on short notice, long terms. Apply to Brassey & Stack, Lewis town, Mont. 7-20-tf Austin W. Warr, cashier of the Bank of Fergus County, Austin Jr. and Junior Taylor left yesterday morning for Missoula where Mr. Warr will attend the annual meeting of the State Bankers' Association and from there, the party will go to Seattle. Mr. Warr says that he will remain in the exposition city just as long as he can stand the pace which the youngsters are expectea' to set. Eighth Semi ~ Annual Shoe Sate Begins Saturday Morning, Aug. 7th. $3,500 worth of high grad< e si hoes for men, women and child ren will he on sal e at less than manufacturer s cost. Tin s will be the greatest opportumity ever offered to secure strictly high-grade shoes for le ss than you pay for the cheap kind elsewhere. ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ Watch for Our Ad and Circulars Fad Shoe St Clothing Company Tet. 17 S Tei. 17 S Gleeson Brothers & Company, of Helena, last week closed a deal for the confectionery store of Frank Pick on Main street. Jimmy McLain is largely interested in t'he a'eal and will have the management of the store. The boys intend to make many changes in the store, it being their aim ultimately to have it fixed up in to one of the neatest little tobacco and cigar stores in the state. Jimmy, aside from being some rustler, has worlds of friends who will be glaa' to see him succeed in his new enter prise. Give the new shop a trial. The best the market affords. Prompt delivery. Courteous treatment. Lewistown Meat Company. Philbrook Correspondent in Great Falls Tribune: Jos. M. Davis, of the firm of Durr Bros. & Davis, one of the oldest residents of this section and a man who has followed the growth of the country from its in fancy, has given out the statement that there will be threshed by the 42 machines that are now in the Judith Basin 5,000,000 bushels of grain. A greater portion of that figure will be wheat. Mr. Davis is one of the con servative men of this section, and his estimate may be taken with all good faith. We are agents for the Remington typewriter and Rcmtico typewriter supplies. Democrat Supply Depart ment.