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M oney Witt u s We pay five per cent, interest on all savings deposits. A safe deposit box for your papers only costs you $2.50 per year, and you can't afford to do without it. Do your business with the bank that gives you satisfac tory service. LEWISTOWN STATE BANK . , T , Ray F. Coolidge nas in from Ken- j di '!l Saturduy. | „ DeKalb & Mettler, attorneys-at-law, Lang building. j A. M. Mead ,the Billings hide buy er, is in the city. j J. H. Harnop, of Harlowton, spent ; Sunday in the city. ] O. L. Stark was in the city Sun Of Local F. B. Wood, of Butte, is at the Bright. Finch David was in from Kendall Sunday. Victor Marsh, of Chicago, is at the Bright. E. G. Worden went out to Stan- j ford Sunday. C. J. Tvlor, of Boston, is a guest j at the Bright. day from Helena. Homer Temple, of Harlowton, was in the city Sunday. J. Stanich, of Chicago, is stopping at the Bright hotel. W. D. Weathers, of Miles City, is in town on business. C. R. Rhoads, of Spokane, is a guest at the Bright hotel. Ayers & Marshall, attorneys-at-law, First National bank block. Ed Taylor, of Rothiemay, is reg istered at the Day House. F. E. Robinson, of Rock Island, 111., is in town on business. E. A. Bradley, of Helena, was in the city Saturday on business. Charles Beatty and wife, of Great Falls, were in the city yesterday. Dr. Nichols, specialist in surgery, eye, ear and throat. Glasses fitted. 5-16 J. C. Cohn, of "1915," which means San Francisco, is at the Bright hotel. Mrs. Nord and her daughter, Miss Lillian, leave this week for Spokane, WANTED—Woman housekeeper. a 1,4 r*r.c£ Tio /-v at nirioti TVfr*n Address, Chft Deyo, Maiden, Mon .. . B. Gibson and wite returned, Hal Gibson and wife returned Saturday night from White Sulphur Springs. Automobiles for hire. Good, safe drivers. Pinkley's Big Stone Barn. 'Phone 55. 5-23-tf R. W. Blake, the Grass Range busi ness man, was in the city at the end »f the week. For Sale—Four lots in Park addi tion at a bargain. Address: P. O. Box 944, city. 3-7-tf | Mrs. Julia McCauley came in Fri- j day from a two weeks' stay at the McCauley ranch. Miss Tweed, of Nebraska, is visit-i ing her brother here and will go out ♦ri the Tweed ranch Miss Jessie McDonald, of the. city schools, has gone to Minneapolis to spend her vacation. Henry Neill, of the Neill Litrd & Town,site company, came in ' from Helena Friday night. Wheat, bran, wheat middlings, at all Montana Elevator Co.'s elevators. The cheapest and best feed. 5-9-tf Miss Bess Brown, long connected with the Power Mercantile company's store, left this week for Idaho. Automobile and carriage painting is my specialty. Joe Schoenborn; op posite Judith Steam Laundry. 5-2-tf Miss Alice O'Hara, county super intendent. goes to Pine Grove tomor row to visit the school at that place. Miss Olson, who taught in the city schools during the school year just closed, has gone to Columbia Falls. H. W. Benner, the Minneapolis traveling man, formerly of Lewistown. is again in the city looking after his trade. FOR SALE—One Gurley engi neer's transit, with tripods, $100.00. One Gurley light mountain transit, with solar attachment and jointed tripods, $100.00. Ray E. Bushnell, Roundup, Mont. 5-16-tf MR. MERCHANT: Stop and think! Every sack of Harlowton Flour you sell makes a home market for just that much more Judith Basin wheat for we use Judith Basin wheat extensively. Why use Dakota flour? We guarantee every sack of Harlowton flour to equal ANY Dakota flour. R M Dryden is down from Ken dall. W. J. Maddox is in from Grass Range. E. B. Jones, of Billings, is at the Day House. Charles For an and wife, of Forest Grove, are visiting relatives in the city. Allan B. Ross, formerly of Lewis town and now of Harlowton, is in the city this week. Strayed—Yearling Shetland stallion. bay. Black mane and tail. Reward f or re ( Urn to Pinkley Livery Stable. R ev . A. Lundi, of Great Falls, con ducted Norwegian Lutheran services at t j le Episcopal church Sunday eve n ing. FOR TRADE—One steam well drilling rig, with or without engine, for trade for town lots. F. M. Dougherty. 5-16-tf Miss Jean McBride, a well-known teacher at the Lincoln school, has gone to North Yakima, Washington to visit relatives. Miss Ann DtnKlyker, one of the popular teachers in the Hawthorne school, left Sunday for Seattle to spend her vacation. Mrs. Copeland has arrived here from California to spend the summer with her son, C. E. Copeland, of the Lewistown State Bank. FOR SALE—About 220,000 feet of timber, logged and skidded at the mill-site. A bargain. Apply to L. C. Wilson, box 367, Lewistown,^Mon tana. 5-30-tf John Lyons, who presides over the destinies of Forest Grove, was in the city yesterday telling his friends of the flattering crop prospects along McDonald creek. "Brother Van," the popular pioneer minister of Great Falls, occupied the at the Methodist church Sun pulpit day morning, and preached a very in te ^ sting ^ ermon ' . r , X. \V. Warren, ye old time Cmono Watch a '/ Cl0ck Maker, has moved his shop one block up Main now j n Lewistown Electric Sup ply store, next to Empire block. 5-30-2 Will Steege, manager of the Great _ | for Helena, where she will take a posi j train in the office of the same corn pany. I Mrs. A. L. d'Autremont and chil dren left yesterday morning for Adrian, Minnesota, where she will visit with her parents. Airs, ci Autre I ™nt expects to be absent several | m ° nt ls ' . , i George Fowler, who has just closed his third >' ear at - the Sch -° o1 °f Mine ? Falls opera house, and Harry S. Morse, manager of the Bijou theatre at that place, came over here Satur day and spent a couple of days in the city. Miss Anna Sullivan, for several months past an operator in the Bell Telephone exchange here, left Sunday at Butte, returned home Saturday, and will spend his vacation at Maiden, returning to Butte in the fall to com plete his course. Miss Constance Darrow returned home Saturday evening from Mis soula, where she has been attending the university. She will spend her vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Darrow. Fred Pierre has purchased the half interest of Alex Vaughn in the Im periol theatre, on Main street, and is now conducting the house with Mr. Bell. Mr. Vaughn will return to Red Lodge, where he has interests. SEED OATS FOR SALE—I have 200,000 lbs. seed oats for sale at the A. Lincoln ranch, near Deerfield. These oats were grown in 1909 and are exceptionally good seed oats. Address, C. M. Huffine, Deerfield, Mont. 4-18-4t* H. C. Brown, formerly with the electric light company here and now with the Bell Telephone company, and Harry Ford, of Salt Lake, are in the city. They are looking after some .heavy construction work on the Bell line, which is being rebuilt from Moore out toward Great Falls. Roy Ayers came in last Thursday from a trip through the western part of the county and brought with him a handful of green wheat, which he pulled from a field belonging to Jim Weaver and J. C. Bebb. The stalks measured nearly twenty inches in length and Roy said that he made no effort to get a picked sample. For Sale Good hotel with 13 rooms, besides dining room and kitchen. All well furnished and do ing a good business. The only hotel in a good live town on the Billings Northern. Will sell with or without buffet connections. Western Land & Investment Co., Stanford, Mont. 5-30tf Bob Woodman, who does a little wheat growing on the side, went out last Saturday to look over his 500 acre field of winter wheat on the Louse creek bench He drove his auto out in the middle of the field and then alighted to make a tour on 'foot. After walking around for awhile, he started for the machine, but the wheat was so high as to com pletely hide the big buzz cart and the owner skirmished around some time before accidentally stumbling on to it. With two hundred thousand acres of that kind of wheat growing, the future does not look so. badly for the Basin. be of B. F Fitzpatrick, of Butte, is at the Bright. S. D. Rickard, of Denver, is at the Bright hotel James H. Charters is in the city from Grass Range. W. D. Ward, of San Francisco, is stopping at the Bright. Charles H. Dunlap, of Helena, is in the city today on business. W. W. Selig, of Chicago, is paying Lewistown a business visit. The ladies of the Methodist church will serve dinner on the Fourth of July in the basement of the church. 2t Emil Saxl, proprietor of the Art Music Store, has gone to Chicago to attend the annual convention of the Piano Dealers' Association. N. B. Matthews, of Stanford, was in the city yesterday on business con nected with the new bank about to be started at the west side town. Attorney O. O. Mueller will leave for Iowa next Saturday to attend the commencement at the University of Iowa, and will then go on to his old home in that state. He expects to return here about July 1. Miss Margaret Bolander returned Sunday night from Missoula, where she went to attend the Junior Prom at the university. Miss Bolander is "chief-of-staff" for Berry & Carleton in getting out the records for Mus selshell county. A shipment of 125,000 trout fry ar rived here Tuesday in charge of Supt. C. F. Healia, of the state fishery at Anaconda; T. J. Jennison, F. H. Clinton and C. E. Cairhar. Deputy Fish and Game Warden Tom Berkin and a number of members of the Rod and Gun Club met the car and the lit tle trout were soon placed in Spring. Castle and Casino creek. Among the first matters of business transacted by the county commis sioners yesterday was the appoint ment of five delegates to the good roads convention, which will be held in Missoula on the 27th and 28th of the present month. The men who will represent Fergus county at the Missoula convention are Joseph Gallagher, of Utica; B. C. White, of Buffalo; James Weaver, of Stanford, and B. P. Melchert and David Hilger, of Lewistown. The final declamatory contest for the gold medal winners in the city schools was held at the Hawthorne school last Tuesday evening. In ad dition to the speaking, the Girls' Glee Club rendered several fine selections and Hazel Smith and Cecily Black ford gave piano solos. The judges decided that Emery Gibson, the little on of Mr. and Mrs. Hal B. Gibson, was first among the speakers, and he was awarded the handsome gold watch and chain offered as a prize. The contestants all did splendidly and the task of the judges was a difficult one. The others who contested were Dorothy Symmes, Este Shannon. Anna von Tobel, Helen Shannon. Amusements The Bijou's bill is easily the most attractive of any yet presented there, one special feature being the series f views of Fats and Leans who par ticipated in the great base ball game last week. The players are caught in action by the camera and they form wonderful aftermath of that cele-, brated contest. Roars of laughter and applause greet the familiar fea tures of Dave Hilger, "Big" Lehman, Jack Waite, 'Gene Lane, Ralph Rey nolds, Dan Symmes, Ed Foster, Fete Osweiler, Charley Morton, Bill Mc Clean, "Dude" Allen, Chief Bebb and others. There is something inde scribably funny about these photos, some thirty in number, and they must be seen to be appreciated. The reg ular bill, too, is away above the aver age. The feature in the vaudeville line is the "sidewalk comedy" of Cora Meese and Fred DeSilva. They give neat line of comedy and Mr. Dc Silva's songs make a big hit. Then there is Al Warde, a vaudeville star of note for the past twenty years, fa mous all over the country for his personation of "The Widow Perkins." The moving pictures are unusually good, with an illustrated song by Ethel Phillips and excellent music by the Bijou orchestra. Tomorrow night there will be a complete change of program. * * * The Maude Henderson Players arc now winding up their engagement in Lewistown, and will close next Sun day evening. Sunday night they pu on one of their best plays, "Alia: Jimmy Valentine," a drama that has been one of the big hits of recent years in the east. The play is given in splendid style by these talented entertainers and will be presented again tonight. * * * Fred Pierre, the well-known young Lewistown business man, is now half owner in the Imperial theatre on Main street, having purchased the in terest of Alex Vaughn, who has re turned to Red Lodge, where he has interests. The Imperial is offering a fine program of moving pictures to night, with the illustrtaed song by Madge Rothrock, that is always a fea ture. * * * The Princess theatre has resumed vaudeville, the feature this week be ing a troup of trained goats. Th animals are owned by Prof. Stanley, who has succeeded in training them to perform some wonderful stunts that always prove amusing. T his is about the only band of trained goats now performing and they form a real novelty. Hattie Mack, in a musical comedy, is a high-class entertainer, and there is the usual program of high-class moving pictures, rounding out a varied and attractive program of the sort for which the Princess is noted. * * * The Orpheum is giving a high-class program of association films this week, there being four exceptionally fine films, two of them being features of most exceptional merit. This house continues to attract the patron age ■ : those who enjoy seeing the very best there is in the way of mov ing pictures. Last Time at Bijou. The program that has been pleasing many will make its last appearance at the Bijou theatre this evening. The -ize views of the "heavyweights" and the "leans" in action on the base ball grounds is without a doubt one of the most interesting novelties seen on the screen in Lewistown for some time. Anyone that has not as yet seen these should do so tonight as this will be their last appearance at this theatre. Two good vaudeville acts arc fea t tired t this house this week. I Vod DcSilv i and Cora Mee se appeal in their o riginn "sidewalk comedy." "A Specia' Delit cry." The y have some good , omed • and keep the nudi nice c o u I humor from the time they ap near o n the stage to tl ic finish. Al Warde an eccentric comedian. s a very rood impersonate r and hi s a good turn. These two acts will have absolutely an entire change of act for the new show Wednesday evening when another new series of motion nictures will also be put on. "The City of Boys" is the feature in the pictures for this evening. Orpheum's Pictures Good. Another good series of pictures is being shown at the popular little Or plieum theatre, there being four good features on the bill. "The Tracing Stamp Mania" is a good Pathe Amer ican comedy and has some very good laughs. "The Faithful Indian" is a western drama that surpasses many of the so-called western pictures "The Doctor" is a reproduction of a world-famous painting, "The Doc tor," by Air. Luke Fildcs, R. A., of England, "The Inventor's Rights'' is a strong dramatic production that must be seen to be appreciated. Three fancy hand-painted dishes are being given away each evening to the ladi main the same, ten cents for the adults and five cents for the children, which are the popular motion picture prices throughout the state. The prices at this house re „ , „ , . ..... . , . to the S 1-2 of the N\V 1 - .of Alias Summons. In the District Court of the Tenth Judicial District of the State of Montana, in and for the County oi Fergus. Jackson Sheep Company, a corpora tion, Plaintiff, versus Plttma B. Moc. Sherman M. Moe, James DeWitt Moe, Emma Moe, Ida J. Moe, Rex. R. Moe. Locke B. Moe and Grant S. Moe, De fendants.—Alias. Summons. The State of Montana Sends Greet ing to the above-named defendants. You arc hereby summoned to answer the complaint in this action which is filed in the office of the clerk of this Court, a copy of which is herewith served upon you, and to file your answer and serve a copy thereof upon the plaintiff Attorney within twenty days after the service of this summons, exclusive of the day of service; and in case of your failure to appear or answer, judgment will be taken against you by default, for the relief demanded in the complaint. This action is brought for the pur pose of obtaining a decree of this Court, quieting the title in the above named plaintiff and against the above named defendants and each of them tion Meridian in Montana, and the NE 1-4 of the SE 1-4, of section 15, in town ship 12 north, of range 14 east, of the Montana Meridian in Montana, and that plaintiff be decreed to be the own of the same and the w rale t lerc ,f, all of which facts more fully ap pear m plaintiffs verified complaint lied herein, to which reference is lierc 2, and the SF, 1-4 of the NE 1 4, oi ection 11, in township 12 north, ol ange 14 cast, of the Montana by made for greater particularity. Witness my hand and the seal of said Court, this 6th day of June, 1911. (Court Seal) JOHN B. RITCH, Clerk. By FRANK A. BARNES. Deputy Clerk. O W Beldcn, Attorney for Plain tiff. First publication June 6-4t Sheriff's Sale. The Waltham Piano Company, a corporation. Plaintiffs, vs. Thomas E Merryfield, et al., Defendants. To be sold • at Sheriff's Sale, on Tuesday, the 27th day of June, 1911 at the front door of the County Court House, in the City of Lewistown, Fer gus County, Montana, at 2 o'clock p m. of said day, to the highest and best bidder for cash in hand, lawful money of the United States, all of I INaBm A pure, wholesome leavening agent, which makes (he biscuit and cake ol highest healthful ness at medium cost and protects the food from alum, which Is the greatest dietary danger of the day. Princess Theatre THIS WEEK First show IOc and 20c Second show, 9 q'clock :20 defendant's right, title and interest in and to the following real property, to wit: The northeast quarter of the south east quarter (XE 1-4 SE 1-4), of sec tion thirty-two (32), in township seventeen (17) north, range nineteen (19) east, of Montana Meridian in Montana, all in Fergus County, Mon tana. Dated, Lewistown, Montana, June 6th, 1911. W. R. WOODS, Sheriff. H. P. 1MISLUND, Under Sheriff. DeKalb & Mettler, Attorneys for Plaintiff. First publication June 6 4t Hill'. Work in the World. A number of men wero crossing Montana In the smoking ear of a train The mercury was above 100 and the windows of the ear were closed to keep out the dust and sand. The country was barren and drear, with hero and there along the rnllroad a cluster of newly built and unpatnted houses where James J. Hill, the path finder of the northwest, was establish ing new towns. One passenger, a stranger In that section, inquired: "What country Is this we are pass Ing through?" "This," replied another, "Is a sec tion of the universe which God over looked and Jim Hill Is trying to fin Ish the job." A Superfluous Word. Without being so vain as to pretend that our own columns tiro invariubly impeccable in this respect, we cannot avoid wondering how much longer that exceedingly useful and versatile little word "out" is to be overworked and when it will be discarded for some new victim of the phrase-smith. It Is | a long, long time now since anybody | ever tried anything, or won or lost. One always tries out, or wins out, or loses out. Of course, somebody la likely to pop up with a reminder that (hat use of the word was familiar in Shakespeare's time, but what of that? If we are such economists of Ink that we must drop letters from our words until they look like phonetic pi, why on earth must we stick in a whole and w holly superfluous word? Why not just try winning without winning out and sec if it doesn't come to exactly the same tiling? And why not try that without trying it. out, as though It were lard or whole oil? Pew Furnishings. Green carpet on the aisles of the church and a rug with Persian tints i„ (he pew struck the visitor as an in novation in church furnishing. >q( j gn *t an innovation any more, u , 8 tQ0 common> - sa l,l the usher. "Of course no p ew holder Is permitted to b , n freaU furn lshings that would ° - -■*..... - • make the church look ridiculous, but so long as he introduces no real In congruous note there Is no law to prevent a man from fitting up his pew to suit himself. A number of our par ishioners do that. They bring their own rugs, their own hassocks, their own cushions. Usually the people who strike that individual note have moved from some other church and have brought their furnishings for old association's sake." For Sale. Complete saw mill to be sold at a bargain; 16 h. p. traction Advance _ . engine; Hoe saw with full equipment of tools for sawing and logging. Mill is operated now and is in splendid condition. M. J| GOSCH. Maiden, Mont. Guaranteed Spiffs You buy Emery Shirts with a double guarantee— ours and the makers'. And you ran choose from a won derful variety of the sea son's newest styles and exclusive color effects in both plain and plaited shirls. Different sleeve lengths to fit all men. that Jails." 7i<";y shirt fur one - Emery. FAD Shoe Clothing Co Lewistown Employ ment Agency We furnish help of all kinds promptly. RANCH HANDS OUR SPECIALTY. 'Phone 545 LEWISTOWN, : : MONTANA For Sale—One 35-horsepower Ad vance engine, with three 4-bottom 14 inch double plows; in excellent con dition; will sell cheap and give rea i sonable terms. Lewistown Coal, Gas ! & Light Co. 4-4-tf $20.00 Reward. Strayed from their range, on lower Judith, one light bay mare, weight about 1500, brand ed (like cut) on left shoulder; colt following her. Also one bay gelding, bald face, weight about 1200, about 15 years old. Address: Walter A. Seaman, Lew istown, Mont., or V. H. Law, Ever j son, Mont.