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Fergus County Democrat. [volume] (Lewistown, Mont.) 1904-1919, March 03, 1914, Image 7

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ver Held in Lewistown
:h 14th
This brings us down to the fact that we must force this merchandise
out of our hands and force It out in the increditably short period of two
weeks. Either way we face the situation it entails a loss to us, so we
have decided to hold a mammoth sale of all groceries, especially in un
broken packages, and there is not a family in Lewistown or Fergus coun
ty but what will be benefitted thereby.
All canned goods such as fruits and vegetables will be sold in lots of
not less than ONE DOZEN CANS, believing that there are many families
who cannot store full cases, yet who have room for a dozen cans, and as
this merchandise is sold at a virtual loss, it further enables us to keep
down the cost of handling.
So on Tuesday morning, March third, we placed on sale our entire
stock of groceries, and place them on sale at cash prices only, any goods
charged will be charged at the REGULAR PRICES, and we desire to state
emphatically that promptly at the close of the sale, Saturday, March 14,
all prices will be established at their former level, as there is no concern
in existence that could sell goods at the prices named and exist longer
than the amount of their capital stock.
It will behoove you to study each price carefully and make out a list
of the goods you want and secure your wants for one year in advance.
ileted-Yet we must vacate-That's the reason
Borrow Money and Buy This
POUNDS
40,000
STOCK SALT
AT
80c per cwt.
POUNDS
|ust unloaded a car—wow—our price must unload again. Load up for one
year—it will pay you.
HOTELS--CHEFS-RESTAURANTS
Get these prices on gallon Pie Fruits
California Pie Peeled Peaches, I 1A
Reg., $5; special........................ 4.4W
California Pie Apricots, I IA
Reg., $5.00; special......................4,4"
California Pie Loganberries, A
Reg., $7; special..........................O.Ow
Mission Brand Sliced Pine- 0
apple, Reg., $9; special............ 0.00
California Pie Egg Plums, I atr
Reg., $4.80; special......................
H. Sprague's Pitted Black Cher-| | r n
ries, Reg., $12.75; special.......II.wV
Puyallup Select Black Cher- <* 1 A
ries, Reg., $0.50; special............0.1V
Premio Bartlett Pears, Reg., 1 4A
$5; special.......................... 4.40
4.25
4.40
Premio Brand Grapes, Reg.,
$4.80; special.........................
Empson Brand Sauer Kraut,
Reg.. $5; special.................
Red Rose Sugar Corn, Reg., n r.A
$8.50; special................... $.00
Star June Peas, Reg., $7.25; » qa
special.............................................. Doll
Charm Brand Hominy, Reg., I a;
$4.80; special................... ...........4.10
oats, all are sacrificed
>00
.pphire
SOAP--SPECIALS--SOAP
Special Box of Toilet Soap, contain
ing nine bars, all different OC
kinds and odors. Price, per box»«J»J
Special Jurgen's Almond Cocoa 1
Soap...................................................• lv»
Fairy Soap, Reg., per doz., ft A
60c; special.......................................•»*"
Liberty Soap, Reg., per QA
doz., $1; special..............................
Lava Soap, Reg., per doz., 1 1A
$1.20; special.................................I.lv
Raven Tar Soap, Reg., per QA
doz., $1; special...............................
Kirk's Almond Cream and Glycerine,
Honeysuckle, Rivinia Rose, ng
Lilac, box 3 bars soap................ »4uO
Special box live bars either | e
Glycerine or Buttermilk............ *13
Special Floating White ofi
Castile, 22-oz. bars........................ .&*}
Cudahy's Pine Tar Soap, QQ
Reg., doz., $1; special..................... .VV
Jap Rose Soap, Reg., per 1 1A
doz., $1.20; special..................... 1.1V
Jurgen's Rose de France, glycerine,
transparent, full 6-oz. 1
bars, price....................................... •Iv
Special Cocoa Oil, Buttfer- ■% /\
milk Soap........................................ till
Mechanics' Pumice Soap, QA
Reg., doz., $1; special................ .*'V
Hardwater Soap, Reg., doz., QA
$1; special......................................... **'V
Dutch Hand Soap, Reg., QA
Palm Olive Soap, Reg., per 1 IA
doz., $1.20; special......................I.IV
Lilac Rose Soap, Reg., per QA
doz., $1; special............................... .VV
Ivory Soap, laundry size, f AC
Reg., doz., $1.20; special..............l.Vd
Ivory Soap, small, Reg., per tr
doz., 60c; special............................«dd
Special Six-ounce Size Jurgen's Gly
cerine, Oatmeal and Elder- e
ilower Toilet Soap................• 1U
20-Mule Team Borax Soap, AT.
Reg., per doz., 75c; special ... >v'l
Pearl White Laundry Soap, T.A
Reg., doz., 60c; special.............•
Fels Naptha Soap, Reg., per 7ft
doz., 80c; special......................
Olive Castile Soap, Reg., per QA
doz., $1; special..............................•**"
Wool Soap, Reg., per doz., f.A
60c; special.......................................•'*"
ind canned vegetables, all must go
Prepare for Lent
llonor Brand Salmon Cutlet, AC I
Reg., 30cj special.............. .. ............. ..
|faconochle's Silvocea Fresh AA
Mackerel, Reg., 25c; special........
|.ucullus Brand Herring, Reg., 7Q
15c; special, 6 for..........................• iv
|ion Accord Brand Soused 1 AA
Mackerel, Reg., 25c; 5 for........l.vv
|Jt. Baker Brand Salmon, 7 c
1 Reg., 15c; special, 6 for................. iv
princess Brand Salmon, Reg., 1 AA
20c; special, 6 for..........................l.VV
—Fish—Sardines
Bayies Smoked Herring, Reg., 1 AA
20c; special, 6 for..................... l.vv
Honor Brand Wet Shrimp, | AA
Reg., 20c; special, 6 for..............l."V
Honor Brand Dry Shrimp, 1 aa
Reg., 20c, 35c; special, 4 for.....1.W
Kikuya Boiled Shrimp, Reg., 1 AA
25c; special, 5 for........................l.UW
B. & M. Fish Flakes, Reg., | aa
15c; special, 10 for......................l.VV
Underwood Clams, Reg., 15c, AA
25c; special, 12%c and................. UV
Honor Brand Lobsters, Reg., | a A
25c, 40c; special, 20c, 3 for.........I.VV
COFFEE
Crescent Cream Coffee, Reg., OC
per lb., 40c; special.......................00
Superba Steel Cut Coffee, Reg., IA
per lb., 45c; special.........................4lf
Honor Steel Cut Coffee, Reg., 4 A
per lb., 45c; special........................*4U
White House Coffee, Reg., per IA
lb., 45c; special............................... 4v
Delicious Blend Coffee, Reg., 4 A
per lb., 45c; special.........................4V
Overland Blend Coffee, OA
Reg., 35c; special............................»0V
Mocha and Java Coffee, i A
Reg., 45c; special..........................„.4U
Just a
Minute, See
These Prices on
Honor Brand Canned Vegetables
Extra Sifted Peas, Reg.,
per doz., $2.90; special..
2.65
Wax Beans, Reg., per doz.,
1.85
Sifted Peas, Reg., per doz.,
$2.35; special......................
1.95
Small Beets, Reg., per
1.85
Refugee Beans, Reg., per
doz., $2.25; special............
........... 1.85
Garden Spinach, Reg., per
1.85
Cut Green Beans, Reg.,
per doz., $2.25; special..
. 1,85
Tomatoes, Reg., per doz.,
1.95
Succotash, Reg., per doz.,
$2.25; special.....................
Red Kidney Beans, Reg.,
per doz., $2.25; special....
........... 1.85
1.85
Sweet Corn, Reg., per doz.,
$2.25; special.................................
Asparagus, Reg., per doz.,
$3.75; special................................
1.85
05
les, vinegar, syrup, all are included
Olives
ISelected Gold Medal Queen Olives,
Reg., 15c, 30c, 45c; spe- i AR
cial, 10c, 25c, 35c and..................I»u0
ISelected Gold Metal Queen Olives,
Reg., 15c, 35c, 65c; CA
special, 10c, 25c and.................. »0V
| Combination Gold Medal Mahzanilla
....... 1 . 0 #
Olives, Reg., 40c, 50c;
special, 3 for.................
|Honor Select Olives, stuffed, IQ
Reg., 50c; special............................»4W
| Sylmar Brand Ripe Olives,
Reg., 25c; special...................
I Bulk Olives, per quart, Reg., IA
1 50c; special....................... ............ .4U
.20
TEAS
Lipton's Yellow Label Tea,
Reg., per lb., 75c; special......
Lipton's Green Label Tea,
Reg., per lb., 75c; special......
Schilling's Tea, Reg., per lb.,
65c; special.................................
Honor Brand Tea, Reg., per
lb., 75c; special........................
Golden Rod Japan Tea, Reg.,
per lb., 50c; special..................
Schilling's Baking Powder,
Reg., per can, $1.10; special..
Dr. Price's Baking Powder,
Reg., can, 40c; special..........
K. C. Baking Powder, 10 oz.,
Reg., can, 25c; special.............
K. C. Baking Powder, 25-oz.,
Reg., can, 80c; special............
K. C. Baking Powder, 80 oz.,
Reg., can, $1.50; special.........
HERE ARE ADDITIONAL PRICES ON FISH
Norwegian Smoked Sardines, Reg.,
15c, 2 for 25c; spe- gr
cial, 10c, 3 for..................................,.&v
Sport Brand Sardines, Reg., 15c; AC
special, 2 for....................................Atl
Honor Brand Sardines, Reg., 15c; ac
special, 2 for...................................*uv
Jockey Club Sardines, Reg., 15c; AC
special, 2 for....................................«•)
Trawler Brand Sardines, Reg., ntr
10c; special, 3 for.............................
Eider Duck Brand Sardines, AC
Reg., 5cf special, 6 for....................id
Norwegian Brand Sardines, CA
Reg., 30c; special, 3 for..................dv
Emery's Deviled Sardines, |a
Reg., 15c; special, each.................Iv
Neptune American Sardines, I AA
Reg., 10c; special, doz...............I.VW
Underwood American Sardines, Reg.,
15c; special, f an
per dozen.........................................I.UU
Underwood American Sardines in To
mota Sauce, Reg., 10c; 1 a A
special, per doz..........................I,VV
Circus Brand Sardines, Reg., | aa
15c; special, per doz...................I.VV
Norway Smoked Fat Herring in To
mato Sauce, Reg., 20c; rn
special, 3 for......................................dll
Norway Small Mackerel in Tomato
Sauce, Reg., 25c; spe- f aa
cial, 5 for........................................I.VV
1.00
1.00
Fine Bismarck Herring,
Reg., 35c; special, 3 for....
Sardines in Olive Oil, Reg.,
15c; special, per doz.........
Royal Scotch Kippered Herring, Reg.,
25c; special, f an
5 for.............................. I.UU
Underwood Herring in Tomato Sauce,
Reg., 20c; spe- rn
cial, 3 for......................................... dll
Moosebec Brand Herring in Mackerel
Style, Reg., 20c; r A
special, 3 for.....................................dV
Yacht Club Salmon, Reg., | AA
25c; special, 5 for........................I.VV
Honor Brand Salmon, ueg.. AK
20c, 30c; special, 15c and...........«£d
preserves, condiments, nuts, rice and coffee
Square
Deal Poultry
Fence
6-inch, per roll of 10 rods, A nc
Reg., $5.25; special....................Tifcu
|48-inch, per roll of 10 rods, C OC
Reg., $6.25; special....................UiZu
|S0-inch, per roll of 10 rods, C OC
Reg., $7.25; special.....................UtZu
|72-inch, per roll of 10 rods, 7 OC
Reg., $8.25; special.................... liZw
Square Deal
Hog Wire
26-inch, per roll of 20 rods,
Reg., $7; special.................
39-inch, per roll of 20 rods,
Reg., $9; special.................
Wire Stretcher, Reg., each,
$1.00; special........................
Wire Stretcher, Reg., $1.25
special..................................'
Long-handled Spade, Reg.,
$1.25; special........................
No. 0 Victor Gopher Traps,
each............
6.00
8.00
.75
.15
Beech Nut Sliced Plum Jam,
Reg., 20c; special.......................
Beech Nut Rhubarb Marma
lade, Reg., 20c; special...........
Beech Nut Grape Fruit Marma
lade, Reg., 20c; special...........
Beech Nut Fig,Jam, Reg.,
20c; special.................................
Tea Garden Brand Apple
Jelly, Reg., 20c; special.........
Tea Garden Brand Guava
Jelly, Reg., 20c; special...........
Shasta Brand Raspberry Jam,
Reg., 20c; special.......................
Mayeur Pine Currant Jam,
Reg., 25c; special.......................
Tuesday
20c
Bar-Le-Duc Currant Jam,
Reg., 25c; special............
Rosequest Cherries, Reg., 20c, QQq
30C
30C
35c, $1; special, 15c, 30c..
Tea Garden Raspberry Jam,
Reg., 35c; special.................
Tea Garden Strawberry Pre
serves, Reg., 35c; special...
Monarch Red Raspberry Pre- *n n
serves, Reg., 50c; special.........4Ub
Gold Leaf Raspberry Pre- OH*
serves, Reg., 35c; special...........JUU
Apples and Strawberry <«■_
Luncheon, Reg., 20c; special..........|jy
Monarch Sweet Orange Marma
lade, Reg., 35c; special............
30C
Marmo Brand Raspberry
Jam, Reg., 20c; special...........
Sun Preserved Strawberries,
Reg., 30c; special......................
Nob Hill Brand Fresh Fruit
Jam, Reg., 15c; special...........
Sunlit Apple Butter, Reg., 15c;
special...........................................
Heinz Apple Butter, Reg.,
25c; special.................................
Louisiana Preserved Figs,
Reg., 20c; special....................
Tea Garden Cherry Preserve,
Reg., 35c; special....................
Marmo Apple Butter, Reg.,
20c; special.................................
Marmo Strawberry Preserves,
Reg., 25c; special......................
CHARLES LEHMAN and COMPANY
Big Department Store
10 Big Stores In One LEWISTOWN' MONTANA W. Handle Everything
-OVER THIRTY YEARS IN DRY GOODS
The
Parcels Post
Makes
Every One
A Neighbor _____—
To Lehman's OVER ONE HALF CENTURY IN BUSINESS -
Send Us
Your
Mail Orders
Or
Telephone
Nos. 71 or 330
J
The News of the World
A R»ymt of the World'* Happening*
London, Feh. 25.—Mrs. Emmeline
Pankhurst, the suffragette leader, has
written to the king asking him to re
ive a deputation from the Women's
Social and Political union, to lay be
fore him their claim for the parlia
mentary.
New York, F'eb. 25.—District Attor
ney Charles S. Whitman will not per
sonally assume the responsibility of
letting Charles Becker go free on the
charge of murdering the gambler,
Herman Rosenthal, It was learned to
night. At least, it was indicated that
tlie prosecutor's present Intention is
to move for a second trial of the for
mer police lieutenant, whose convic
tion as Rosenthal's slayer was set
aside by the state court of appeals
yesterday.
Atlanta, Ga., FJeb. 25.—W. S. West
of Valdosta was appointed today by
Governor Slaton to succeed the late
O. Bacon as United States sena
tor from Georgia.
Denver, Feb. 25.—Citizens from nil
walks of life today paid the last trib
ute of Denver and Colorado to the
late Henry H. Teller, former secre
tary of the interior, and for 30 years
senator front Coloado.
Seattle, Feb. 25.—-Mrs. Blanche Wil
son filed suit today against King coun
ty to recover $12, which she says is
due to iter under the lazy husband
lnwfor the work of her husband, a
prisoner at the county stockade.
Atlanta, Ga., Feb. 25.—The south
and southeast tonight shivered in the
grip of a general snowstorm, which
blanketed the Atlantic seaboard as
far south as southern Georgia, and
cached the gulf states.
Washington, Feb. 24.—Millers and
food manufacturers generally through
out the country won a decisive vic
tory over the government today when
tlie supremo court held that federal
inspectors could not condemn under
the pure food law "bleached flour" un
less they proved the flour contained
enough poisonous ingredients added
to bleaching to make tlie flour in
jurious to health.
Salt I,ake, Fish. 24.—A state-wide
onventlon of Utah Progressives will
bo held here tomorrow to form a state
organization.
London, Fet). 26. Sir John Tennell,
for many decades the leading British
cartoonist, died today, aged 94.
London, F'eb. 26.—Three hearty
American cheers and a tiger was the
welcome given by the baseball teams
to King George on his arrival today
at the Chelsea baseball grounds to
witness the game between the New
York and Chicago teams.
Washington, Feb. 28.—The king of
Flngland will offer a cup for an Inter
national yacht race, to be held at the
Panama-Pacific exposition in 1915, ac
cording to a copy of a letter from
Lieut. Col. Sir William Carrington, the
king's aide de camp, made public here
tonight.
London, March 1.—The Earl of
Minto, former governor general of
Canada and former viceroy of India,
died at Hnwick at 4 o'clock this morn
ing.
Washington, Feb. 28.—As a tribute
to the work of Oscar Underwood of
Alabama, Democratic leader in the
house, President Wilson will give a
dinner at the White House on March
9 for tlie minority leader.
Paris, Feb. 28.—A daring theft of
upward of $200,000 in cash was car
ried out today in the Rue Chauchat,
a downtown street in the banking dis
trict of Paris.
Mexico City, F'eb. 28.—President
Huerta today insisted on furnishing a
special police guard for the American
embassy.
Nogales, Sonora, Feb. 28.—General
Carranza declined today to furnish In
formation to the state department at
Washington regarding the killing at
Juarez of the British subject, William
S. Benton.
Butte, Feb. 28.—Handcuffed to each
other and feet shackled, two prisoners
being taken from Billings to the state
penitentiary in Deer Lodge made a
daring escape from the Northern Pa
cific train near Butte a few minutes
before 4 o'clock this morning.
Washington, March 1.—Trust legis
lation and a new law to enhance rural
credits before adjournment of con
gress, are the only measures on the
"must" list of the administration for
the permanent session of congress, it
was made known today.
Madrid, March 1.—Iglesias Blanco
today made a successful experiment
with an ultra-violet ray apparatus sim
ilar to that used by Giulio Ulive, ex
ploding a case of dynamite buried in
the ground at a distance of half a
mile.
Sullivan, Ills., March 1.—Frederick
W. Mennerlch was killed today by an
Infernal machine, sent him by mail
from Decatur, Ills.
Jaurez, Mex., March 1.—The Benton
investigating committee was prevent
ed today by rebel orders from pro
ceeding to Chihuahua to examine the
slain Briton's body.
Forest Notes.
It is said that 90,000,000 broom han
dles are used annually in the United
States; one for each man, woman and
child.
The national forests contain water
powers with an aggregate estimated
capacity of 12,000,000 horse-power,
available for use under permit from
the secretary of agriculture.

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