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To Buy Because it is made from Judith Basin Wheat But only because it is the best flour your money can buy. Montana Flour Mills Company HARLOWTON, MONT. Of Local Interest ] I. B. Kirkland, attorney-at law, Imis lund Building, Lewistown. Mont. 6-13tf Barney Bernier, of Kendall, was a business visitor to the city last week. [ DeKalb & Mettler, attorneys-at-law, Lang building. George J. Wiedeman, manager of the Montana Hardware store, is con fined to his home by illness. Ayers & Marshall, attorneys-at-law, First National bank block. Fred W. Handel, the pioneer mer chant of Musselshell, was a business visitor to this city last week. Borgert & Kelley, attorneys-at-law. Off re over Munger-Corry Land Co., j 403 Main St. 8-8-tf A large number of Lewistown peo- j ple will attend the wedding of Donald i Waite and Miss Hazel Belden, which ; ■will take place tomorrow evening at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. ■ and Mrs. C. M. Belden, near Utica. Edgar G. Worden, attorney-at-law, McDonald & Charters Building, Lew istown, Mont. The Colts base ball team gave a dance at Armory hall last Wednesday , evening. While the attendance was not as good as it might have been,: the boys did very well. Dr Nichols snecialist in surrerv Dr. JMcnois, special st in suit, J > eye, ear and throat. Glasses fitted. 5-16 i Automobiles for hire. Good, safe drivers. Pinkley's Big Stone Barn, 'Phone 55. 5-23-tf Fred R. Warren is in the city from his big ranch near Utica. Fred has several hundred acres of grain, which he is now harvesting with a com bined machine, and the yield is ex cellent, despite the fact that a portion of the grain was damaged by hail. Fred has been chosen by Governor Norris as a delegate to the public lands convention at Denver and may attend. Teachers' examinations were held at the Hawthorne building, in this city, last week, by County Superin-; tendent O'Hara, Prof. H. A. Davee and Miss Orpha Noble, who comprise the board of examiners. About fifty teachers took the examination for certificates and a number of eighth grade students were examined as to their preparation for high school work. David Hilger and R. von Tobel, of this city, have been chosen members of an executive committee of five members from Montana of the public lands convention, which will be held in Denver beginning September 28. Both Lewistown men mentioned have been active in all matters pertaining te a better regulation of policy per taining to public lands in Montana, hence their appointments. If business matters will permit, both will attend the convention. FLOUR When good cooks get to gether, REX FLOUR is always praised. Even among poor cooks, REX FLOUR saves the day. At All Good Grocers. 99 Made by The Royal Milling Company HU Greet Pells, Montana Let Hosch do it. J. C. Hosch has opened up his dry cleaning and pressing establishment in the Bright hotel, where he will also take orders for custom-made clothing and furnishings. His line of samples will be on exhibition this week. We clean the daintiest articles and will not fade nor shrink them. Hosch, at Bright. Miss Lizzie Stronacn, who has been spending the summer months in this city as the guest of her sister, Mrs. A. H. Stevenson, left for her home in Toronto, Canada, yesterday morning. Good rooming house for sale cheap. Inquire Annie Myers, Moore, Mon tana. 8-22-2 1 * Miss Alberta Kingsbury, formerly a teacher in the public schools of Lew istown, arrived in the city Saturday evening to prepare for her work as a teacher at the Hawthorne school. Miss Kingsbury has been teaching in Minneapolis for the past two years. Wheat, bran, wheat middlings, at all Montana Elevator Co.'s elevators. The cheapest and best feed. 5-9-tf The Home Workers will be enter | tained at the Presbyterian church on ! Friday, September first, by Mesdames | Berkins, Allen, Hedges and Lewis. Everybody is most cordially invited to attend. j Good ranch to lease; easy terms; i near Lewistown. Inquire of Joe ] Benjamin, 501 Main Street. 7-11-tf Fred Martin and Orvell Sweet were arraigned before Judge Cheadle Fri day on a charge of horse stealing and They were each sentenced to one year in the penitentiary and Sheriff Woods took entered pleas of guilty. [ ^em^toD^^rsrtuiltoy' & Co., Great Falls, Mont. 'Gene Hyatt has qualified to join the select circle of big trout catchers of Lewistown. He hooked a whale Sun day, and, after a game fight, the speckled beauty was landed and was found to tip the scales at 8 pounds exactly. Ewes on Shares—We have young breeding ewes to put out on shares for one year from October 1, 1911, with responsible parties. Write us for further information. J. B. Long 7-4-tf T. E. Crowley was in from his ranch yesterday and stated that the thresh ers had just finished a 50-acre field of winter wheat on his ranch which averaged the acre, little over 40 bushels to The wheat is Turkey Red and is No. 1 quality. Ask Hosch how to get a suit with it. out knowin Mrg A T M ijj er> w if e 0 f Deputy County Clerk Miller, left Sunday morning for St. Paul, where she for nierly resided. Mrs. Miller will spend some time in that city visiting rela tives and friends. She will visit in Chicago and other eastern cities be f returning to Lewistown. 1U1C & Robbie Wright, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Wright, is carrying his arm in a sling as the result of a severe fracture sustained by receiv ing a kick from the crank of a con tumacious automobile. Robbie says that a Missouri mule has nothing on a buzz cart in the kicking line. Why not join the suit club? Ask Hosch. Judge E. K. Cheadle, of this city, delivered an able address before the Eastern Montana Bar association, at Hunter's Hot Springs, last week, on ! the initiative referendum and recall, Judge Cheadle is in favoi of all | reforms and adduced logical aigu ; nients in support of his positio . Open day and night for cleaning an( ^ pressing. Hosch, at Bright, [ A letter received here recently from j B. P. Berger, the young attorney of ! this city, who was taken from the train at Salt Lake while enroute to Los Angeles, suffering from temporary mental derangement, indicates that Mr. Berger has recovered and will re sume his journey in a short time. For Sale—118 acres, one and one \ half miles east of Moore, on Lewis town road; 103 acres under cultiva tion; live water; good house and barn; 4 acres fenced with hog wire; all fenced and cross-fenced. For fur ther particulars address, John Trentz, Moore, Mont. 8-8-4t* Sixty Years the Standard ti * Prices CREAM BAKING A Cream of Tartar Powder Made from Grapes NO ALUM Give us a trial. Hosch, at Bright. Peter Shannon returned from a week's visit with his family on his homestead in the Grass Range coun try. He was accompanied on his re turn trip with his family, who will visit in the city for a short time. Mr. Shannon says that the McDonald creek and Grass Range country is looking tine and that a big crop is being harvested. Ask Hosch about that $1.00 suit. The Rev. Ernest W. Wright re turned last week from an eastern visit, during which he combined busi ness with pleasure, purchasing some of the interior decorations for the handsome new church which the Presbyterians are constructing in Lewistown. Rev. Wright says his trip was thoroughly enjoyable throughout. 75.000 votes on ten-year subscrip tion, outside. I. M. Hobensack was in the city yes terday from his ranch on the Louse creek bench. He has had a big com bined harvester working overtime on hi's crop of over four hundred acres and will finish up this week. Some of his wheat averaged better than forty bushels per acre and his gen eral average will be thirty-five bushels. 75.000 votes on ten-year subscrip tion, outside. ~The North Montana conference of the M. E. church has returned the Rev.' E. L. White to the Lewistown church for another year, and this action will meet with high approval here as this young minister is uni versally popular in Lewistown. Elo quent, practical, sincere, he has the happy facility of making and holding friends in every walk of life and has naturally experienced wonderful suc cess In his work. 75.000 votes on ten-year subscrip tion, outside. The Meister Singers, given under the auspices of the Home Workers, Saturday, September 2, at Culver's hall, is one of the best of its kind ever seen in Lewistown. Their won derful organ chimes are considered by many as finer than the Dunbar bell ringers. Their reader, Mr. Porter, can alone entertain an audience during the evening. This quartette has nev er been surpassed in Lewistown. Tickets may be reserved Thursday at the usual place. The admission will be 75c. 50.000 votes on ten-year subscrip tion, inside. Doctor H. H. Wilson, who left Lew Istown about a month ago to make a long auto trip through the south, has returned to the city. He was called back sooner than he expected so left his car at Trenton, Missouri, to which place he will return later in the year after the auto. While away, Doctor Wilson visited Atlanta, Ga„ and looked over a number of the battlefields in the south on which he fought while acting as a surgeon in the Union army nearly half a century ago. 50.000 votes on ten-year subsciip tion, inside. While land buyers in the Basin have not been very plentiful during the past week, Frank Robinson, of the Farmers Land Co., reports three sales this week. He sold the Cherrington ranch, near Hauek's Siding, to J. J Hunter, of Industry, 111. The other two sales were ranches near Moore One, containing 160 acres, was sold to a Mr. Coughlin, who comes from South Dakota. The other ranch con tains 240 acres and was bought by Mr. Bruce, also of South Dakota. All three of the purchasers are practical farmers and will move their families here at once. 50.000 votes on ten-year subscrip tion, inside. Sam Weaver and Mrs. Weaver, of Lewistown, Mont., were in Missoula today looking up old friends. They are on their way in their automobile to southern California points. They will journey by the way of Spokane Portland and San Francisco. Mr Weaver is well known in sporting circles in the west. He Is especially devoted to trap and game shooting and when it comes to fishing can whip a trout stream or hook the denizens of the sea with the best of them. Mr and Mrs. Weaver will aim to spend the winter months In a tour of the coast.—Missoula Sentinel. Colin Stuart, ' a recent graduate from Cambridge University, England is in the city, the guest of his cousin Austin W. Warr. Mr. Stuart is a fine type of the cultured, athletic young Englishman and will be a distinct acquisition to this community if he carries out his tentative plan of lo cating here. He Is a brother of Douglas Stuart, stroke of the Cam bridge crew, and is himself an oars man of no mean repute in old country university circles, having participated in the Henlet regattas. ChiLtian Science Services—Ser v ' c ' ( s have been discontinued for sev eral weeks. Notice will be given v.lie!! services are resumed. W John M. Campbell and Miss .Mint].. Simpson, both well-known Mu.r.s people of this city, were united in marriage Wednesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Ayers, the Rev. Albert Pfans of ficial int;. Tlie groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James M. Campbell and is a splendid young man. The bride •-> a native born Fergus county girl ami numbers her friends by the bun dled- They will make their home here. Mr. K. Ray Moshner, of Dillon, and Miss Eleanor Schmidt, of thi were united in marriage Wednesday evening tit the Episcopal church, in this city, the ceremony being per formed by tire Rev. Wakefield. Fol lowing the ceremony, which was wit nessed by a number of relatives and acquaintances, a wedding dinner was served at the Bright lintel and the newly wedded couple left on the eve ning train for their future home in Dillon. Mr. Moshner is a professor of mathematics at the Dillon State Nor mal and tlie bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Schmidt. E. IS. Atkinson pulled through town Sunday afternoon with ids threshing rig from tip Hawk creek, where he has been threshing for a number of ranchers. On Wilt. Muetzel's place he threshed 400 bushels of wheat from a 30-acre field and 520 bushels of oats front 2o acres. Tlie crop of oats on Stanley Collins' farm aver aged 40M. bushels per acre, but his (lax was rather light, not yielding quite 5 bushels per acre. It is esti mated tUiit nearly one-half of tlie flax was wasted on the ground by shelling before it was cut and quite a percent age went into the straw pile, owing to the straw being damp at tlie time city. threshing.—-Musselshell Advocate. You cannot afford to leave your business papers to chance or instinct. You must have a system—a practical system, built to fit your business needs. Democrat Supply Dept. The Olympian. SEATTLE—The ancient and mod n, mythical and real, have been nmhined happily in a new booklet sued by the Chicago, Milwaukee & >t Sound Railway, to arouse inter si in "The Olympian," the all-steel nnseont incut al train, pronounced fit for the gods." As the highest, type of literature, irt. and music of Iho past lias come <> regarded as classical, so today, he most perfect means of transporta ion,'ns exemplified by the Milwaukee allroad in "The Olympian" is a mod rn classic, because of its appeal to e critcal and discerning. The booklet cover pictures a num ber of Greek charioteers, in cars of o'.d, driving their chargers at break neck speed. Tlie drawing is effective in its boldness. It. recalls the elassl BIGGEST OFFER OF THE COM Between the dates, Wednesday, August 30 and Saturday; September 16, DOUBLE VOTES will be given on all subscriptions secured within Lewistown; and TRIPLE VOTES will be given on all subscriptions secured cutside Lewistown. Your Subscription Will Count Her More Votes Now It is never to late to try for a good thing— Nomination blanks will be found on an other page— Fill out and send in. Enter now and win tne grand prize— The canidates starting now have good chance to take the lead. ON EXHIBITION AT ALLEN AUTO COMPANY 50,000 VOTES ON A TEN YEARS SUBSCRIPTION IN LEWISTOWN The following schedule of votes DOUBLED till Saturday, September 16, at 10 P. M. on all subscriptions secured in Lewistown. q q q DOUB LED One year, new, renewal or arrears.................. ............................................................................. 1,200 Two years, new, renewal or arrears ......................................................................................... 3,000 Three years, new, renewal or arrears ............................................ 4,600 Four years, new, renewal or arrears .......... 6,300 Five years, new, renewal or arrears .............................................................-......-........— 8,000 Six years, new, renewal or arrears ..........................................................................................10,000 Seven years, new, renewal or arrears ...........................................................................-............13,000 Eight years, new, renewal or arrears .........................................................................................16,000 Nine years, new, renewal or arrears .......................-.........-.........20,000 Ten years, new, renewal or arrears ......................................25,000 TRIP LED The above schedule of votes TRIPLED till Saturday, September 16 at 10 P. M. on all subscriptions secured outside Lewistown. ^ q q q q 75,000 VOTES ON A TEN YEARS SUBSCRIPTION OUTSIDE Address All Communications to CONTEST MANAGER, FERGUS COUNTY DEMOCRAT LEWISTOWN, MONTANA cal stories of old suggested by the natne of tlie model train. A peep at the cover, which unfolded makes a long panel, whets the within. How "The Olympian—Fit for the Gods'' came to be so christened is uniquely explained in verse. After slumbering lour thousand years, Vul can. Mercury, Apollo and all the oth er gods are represented as having re vived for one day to hold a carnival in the new Olympics, in the Pacific Northwest, where they wrought a "traveler's paradise" giving it the name already quoted. The successive pages are given over to interesting details about the Milwaukee's satisfying equipment. dt sire to look Each unit from the locomotive through the various coaches, hack to the lounge-observation car is briefly dis cussed, calling attention to tlie many Princess Theatre Week of Aug. 27 An all-feature program THE SLAYTON SISTERS —In a— NOVELTY MUSICAL ACT Photo-Plays: "RANGE PAL," "HIS MISJUDGMENT" •BARRIERS BURNED AWAY' 25 " If It Isn't an Eastman, It Isn't a Kodak." When you send your films to our finishing department we do the best work, use the best "Kodak City" materials, and give the best possible results from every exposure. WILSON-SEIDEN DRUG CO. Kodak Agents* Letfistortn, Montana advantages and accommodations of forded travelers on "The Olympian," which lias set a new standard in Pa cl fie Coast passenger facilities. Suitable illustrations accompany tlie text, emphasizing the story that, is told. The booklet lias been executed in faultless style, maintaining tlie high standard set by other printed matter of tlie Chicago, Milwaukee & Puget Sound Railway. Particularly attractive is the color scheme, from the delicate tints on the cover to the harmonious modulations inside. Travelers receiving this little trea tise will certainly want to make their next trip between the Pacific North west and Chicago on this sumptuous '!' n,n - w » ,i J V h "°t help but please the most fastidious traveler, and lias so fittingly been titled, "The Olyin plan, Fit for the Gods."