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"IT'S THIS WAY"
If you're 'wanting crown or bridge work done, you want to be certain whoever does it will do it right. That place is right here. Crowns and Bridges are specialties of ours. In mak ing them we always have re spect for hte expression of the mouth, so as not to mar it. Work here is always guaranteed. It's absolutely perfect as well as rea sonable. LEWISTOWN DENTAL PARLORS DR. H. L. MILLS Rooms 7-8, Empire Bank Block Telephone, 730 OF LOCAL INTEREST E. W. Mettler, attorney-at-law, Lang Building, over the Fad. A. J. McDowell is in from hfew Year. J. C. Cox of Roy is at the^ Bright hotel. ' iji ; j jVi '■ 5 H. M. Wells is in the city from Hoy. ^ . < M. L. Camp is in the city from Suf folk. ° H. Thurston of Stanford is in town. Theo Barrow of Dickinson, N. D., is a Day house guest. Alice Bean is in the city from Moc casin. I W. J. Schmitt of Hobsont is at the Bright. Dr. J. C. Dunn has removed his of fice to the Bank-Electric building. F. A. Salisbury is in the city from Denton. i The Winifred school opened for the. first time this week and is now in good running order. Miss Ethel Moore is the teacher. A NDIDATES ANNOUNCEMENTS 1 hereby announce myself a candi date for renomination for clerk and recorder on the Democratic ticket. 6-2-tf F. R. CUNNINGHAM. I hereby announce myself a candi date for renomination for representa tive on the Democratic ticket. 6-2-tf HARVEY BURNETT. I hereby announce myself a candi date for nomination for county super intendent of schools on the Demo cratic ticket. 6-11-tf MRS. LEILA M. BAKER. "The Store of Good Goods Reasonably Priced" Finest Gifts for Graduates T HE graduation gifts that will be most highly prized this sea son will be in the form of things made from gold and silver, in which good quality is represented even though the cost be ever so mod erate. For both the boy and girl graduate we show the most suitable and desirable gifts in DIAMONDS, WATCHES, BRACE LETS AND OTHER JEWELRY A host of such beautiful articles is now on display and our showing this season is indeed a worthy col lection to look at. So we invite your careful inspection of the hand some stocks at this time, because now is the best time for making such selections. Scheidt Bros. Leading Jewelers 410 Main St. Start a Savings Account Now Begin to save now by depositing e\ ery extra dollar with us, add to it,I al'>w the interest we pay (five per! cent compounded every six months) to remain, and old age will not find you homeless and forlorn. LEWISTOWN STATE BANK Lewistown, Montana Carl Bilsted is in the city from Grass Range. N. E. Ferrell is in the city today from Winifred. t G. M. Houtz of Helena fs a Fergus hotel guest. G. F. Fleming of Suffolk is at the Day house. F. W. Doan, the Boston wool buyer, is at the Bright. [ ' G. Grey of Coffee Creek, is register ed at the Day house. Harvey Rowley is in town from the j Rowley ranch on Flatwillow. State Tax Commissioner G. M. Houtz is in the city on business. Mrs. A. G. Baker of Lewistown is spending this week in Miles City vis iting friends. Edward C. Russel, the attorney, has removed his offices to rooms 204-206, Bank-Electric building. Telephone 509. C. O. Bacheller, a prominent in surance man of Missoula, is at the Bright. J. C. Akerly came in from Danvers yesterday to look after some school matters. Miss Alice Glancy, who is superin tendent of a schoo lat Portland, Ore 1 gon, will arrive here Saturday to visit with her sister, Mrs. Annie Crowley, j Former Mayor J. S. Marshall is in | fro mhis ranch on Cottonwood to receive medical treatment for blood poisoning. He is at the home of Sandy I Baker. I Edward C. Russel, the attorney, has ! removed his offices to rooms 204-206, i Bank-Electric building. Telephone 509. "Uncle Jimmy" Welden, one of Mon I tana's oldest pioneers and likewise pioneer of this county, is in the city from Spokane, where he has been for several months, except for a visit at Columbia Falls. Mr. Wolden plans to spend the summer in Lewistown. Edgar G. Worden, attorney-at-law, McDonald & Charters Building, Lew istown, Mont.—Adv. The Overland school trustees have i just engaged a second teacher, Mis 3 Myers, late of Spokane, for the school there. Miss Myers will assume her i duties at once. Deputy Sheriff Guy Tullock was i called to Buffalo yesterday, burglars during the early morning having brok en into the office of the lumber com pany. The booty secured amounted j to only $5. Miss Elizabeth von Tobel returned [home last evening from school at [ Providence, Rhode Island,- accompan I ied by Miss Margaret Graveson, of Concord, Mass. They will spend the i summer at the von Tobel camp on Hell creek, Alaska bench. Dick Patterson, the Boston wool buyer, came in from Great Falls on last night's belated Great Northern train. Miss Florence Morden has returned from Great Falls, where she visited her sister, Mrs. H. Barrett. County Superintendent Alice O' Hara went out to Roy yesterday to visit the school and will return this evening. William Sheehan and Judge Ed ward Brassey left yesterday afternoon for Shawmut on legal business for a day or two. Mrs. C. C. Wallin and son Chad bourne left Sunday for Toronto, Can ada where they will visit relatives and friends for a few weeks. Miss Gonstead of Great Falls, is in Lewistown, and at present is playing the piano in the Temple cafe during the dinner hour. Representative Harvey Burnett of Gill Edge has been spending a few days in Lewistown on business. Frank Cantlon, a well known Great Falls business man, is paying Lewistown a visit. Mrs. Nellie Doty of Billings is in Lewistown and expects to make this city her home. Peter Teigen is in town from Grass Range and is stopping at the Day house. REV. WRIGHT AT ST. PAUL. The Rev. E. W. Wright, who has been attending the general assembly of the Presbyterian church al Chicago, is now in St. Paul. This week he has been enjoying the commencement events at the University of Minnesota. He will reach i^ewistown Friday or Saturday and occupy his pulpit next Sunday, the Rev. A. B. Minamyer of Great Falls, who supplied the pulpit last Sunday, returning to his home. PROPERTY NEAR FOREST GROVE IS COMING TO THE FRONT. ANALYSIS GIVES GOOD RESULTS Tests Made Show This Coal to Run High in Carbon—May Result in Coke Ovens Being Established Soon at the Mines. A. Jackman, who is in charge of the coal mines situated on his ranch prop erty about a mile and a half out from Forest Grove, is in the city today in the interest of his project. There is four feet of coal at these mines, and work is being steadily carried on all the time. Mr. Jackman is now send ing the coal taken from this property to various parts of the United States to have it tested as coke coal, and from such places as he has sent it the reports have been very favorable. Ford Coking Coal. The amount of carbon contained in the product is from 80 to 94 per cent and as carbon is one of the chief con stituents of coke coal, this fact seems very encouraging. Some coal was sent to Denver for a coke oven test, and the reports from there say that the coke is undoubtedly very fine. An other test was made by J. Cooper of Raynesford in the coke ovens at Belt. His reply left little doubt as to the splendid grade of coke coal in mines at Forest Grove. There is no coke oven in operation at present in Mon tana. The Anaconda smelter alone burns a thousand tons of coke a day, and the smelters at Great Falls and Helena also use huge amounts. All coke they now use is shipped in from outside the state. Coke Ovens Likely. If all tests for coke prove as favor able as the first, the establishing of coke ovens at these mines is a cer tainty. This will mean anew colony at that place, as it will necessitate the employment of 1,000 men, as coal miners and coke burners. Notice to Creditors. Estate of John Earned Innis, de ceased. Notice is hereby given, by the un dersigned administrator of the estate of John Lamed Innis, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons hav ing claims against the deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers within four months after the first publication of this notice, to the said administrator at his office at rooms 320-21-22 Bank-Electric building in the City of Lewistown, in the County of Fergus, Dated June 11th, 1914. C. W. BUNTIN, Administrator of the Estate of John Larned Innis, Deceased. Notice to Creditors. Estate of Jacob Berg, deceased. Notice Is hereby given by the under signed administrator of the estate of Jacob Berg, deceased, to the credit ors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers within four months after the first publication of this notice, to the said administrator, at his office at rooms 320-21-22, Bank-Electric building, in the City of Lewistown, in the Conn ty of Fergus. Dated June 11th, 1914. C. W. BUNTIN, Administrator of the Estate of Jacob Berg, deceased. Notice to Creditors. Estate of Edward O'Neill, deceased. Notice is hereby given, by the un dersigned, administrator of the estate of Edw'ard O'Neill, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers within ten months after the first publication of this notice, to Un said administrator at his office a: rooms 320-21-12, Bank-Electric build ing, in the City of Lewistown, in the County of Fergus. Dated June 11th, 1914. C. W. BUNTIN, Administrator of the Estate of Ee ward O' Neill, Deceased. RETURNS WITH HIS BRIDE. William Wiedeman and his bride, who was Miss Lucy Washburn, ar rived home last evening from Hay worth, Illinois, the home of the bride's parents, where they were married early this month. Mrs. G. J. Wiedeman, who was pres ent at the wedding, remained over at Chicago, to be in attendance at the convention of the General Federation of Women Clubs, which opened yes terday. For Sale Cheap Five-room stone cottage, 2 lots, city water, hath and sewer; corner Twelfth avenue and Boulevard. Ad dress A. G. KARCHER Great Falls, Mont. The First National Bank of Lewistown, Solicits your banking business on the basis of real merit. All our departments are under national super vision. Open a savings account with us. Interest paid on sav ings and time deposits. The First National Bank LEWISTOWN, MONTANA WOMEN S SUFFRAGE STANDS GOOD CHANCE OF ENDORSEMENT FROM FEDERATION OF WOMEN'S CLUBS NOW ASSEMBLING IN CHICAGO. CHICAGO, June 9.—Grace Wilbur Trout, president of the Illinois Sur fragette association, which succeedeu in getting the ballot for women in this state, said today, in her belier the effort of indorsement for woiftan suffrage by the General Federation of Women's clubs stands the best chance it ever had in the hands ot the delegates to the twelfth biennial convention, which will be called to order here tomorrow night. Mrs. Trout and all other Illinois suffragettes were unostentatious but persistent interviewers of the leaders of the federation. The former talked with Mrs. Percy V. Pennybacker of Texas, president of the big organization, on the sub ject and came out of the conference with words of cheer, bnt. without any definite announcement. There are nearly 3,000 delegates to the convention and the program cov ers a wide range of subjects, but the suffrage question, which previous con vention have declined to consider is admittedly the livest topic. "General" Rosalie Jones, the march ing suffragette leader of New York, is among the guests at the conven tion. Mrs. Hugh Reid Griffith of I/on don and Paris, born in Chicago, but long a resident of Europe, was an Ot-her interesting visitor. Notice of Contest. Contest 2809. Department of the Interior, United States Land Office, Lewistown, Mon tana, June 5th, 1914. To William Nash, of Roy, Montana, Contestee: You are hereby notified that KATE RAILSBACK, who gives Roy, Fergus County, Mon tana, as his postoffice address, did on May lltli, 1914, file in this office Ills duly corroborated application to con test and secure the cancellation of your Homestead, Entry No., ... Serial No. 018565, made Aug. 22, 1912, for NE!4 NW14, N% NE*4, Sec. 28, and NW% NW!4, Sec. 27, Tp. 18 N., It. 23 E., M. P. M., and as grounds for his contest he alleges that said entryman has wholly abandoned said tract for a period of more than six months last past and since making said entry and next prior to the date of this affidavit. You are, therefore, further notified that the said allegations will be taken by this office as having been confessed by you, and your said entry will be canceled thereunder without your fur ther right to be heard therein, either before this office or on appeal, if you fail to file in this office within twenty days after the fourth publication of tliis notice, as shown below, your an swer, under oath, specifically meeting and responding to these allegations of contest, or if you fail w'ithin that time to file in tliis office due proof that you have served a copy of your answer on the said contestant either in person or by • gistered mail. If this service is made by the delivery of a copy of your answer to the contestant in per son, proof of such service must be either the said contestant's written acknowledgment of his receipt of the copy, showing the date of its receipt, or the affidavit of the person by whom the delivery was made, stating when and where the copy was delivered; if made by registered mail, proof of such service must consist of the affidavit oi tlie person by whom the copy was mailed, stating when and the postof fice to which it was mailed, and this rrn All-Wool Auto Robes Handsomest ever brought to town. No auto is complete without a C. C. Jeffrey all-wool auto robe on the auto rail. They provide genial warmth and comfort while riding in the cool of the day or night. C. C. JEFFREY 109 Main Street "Leather Goods of Quality " i affidavit must be accompanied by the I postmaster's receipt for the letter. You should state in your answer the name of the postoffice to which you j desire future notices to be sent to you. H. J. KELLY, Register. Date of first publication, June 11, i 1914. Date of second publication, June 18, [ 1914. Date of third publication, June 25, 11914. Date of fourtli publication, July 2, 1 1914. Notice of Sale of Bonds. Notice is hereby given, that the Trustees of School District No. 120, Fergus County, Montana, will on Sat urday, the 18th day of July, A. D. 1914, at the hour of ten o'clock a. m. of said day, at the office of the Basin Lumber Company, at Kolin, Montana, receive [ sealed proposals for four interest-bear ing coupon bonds; three of said bonds ! to be In the amount of $500.00 each and the fourth bond to be In the amount of $400.00; said coupon bonds to bear interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum, payable annually; said bonds to be payable in 20 years from date and redeemable in 10 years and to be issued for the purpose of purchasing a school lot and building a school house thereon and furnishing the same. Said bonds to be dated August 1st, 1914. The Board of Trustees reserves the right to reject any and all proposals. No proposals will be received for less than par and all proposals, other than such as are submitted by the State Board of Land Commissioners of the State of Montana, must be accom panied by a certified check of at least | 5 per cent of the total value of said bonds; said check to be made payable to R. L. Dickey, Clerk, School Distric t No. 120. Proposals must be addressed to It. L. Dickey, Clerk of School District No. 120, Kolin, Montana, and murked "Pro I posals for Bonds." By order of the Board of School I Trustees of School District No. 120, Fergus County, Montana. Dated this 10th day of June, 1914. R. L. DICKEY, Clerk. First publication June 11 4t Let Us Worry About your needs in sash, doors, finishing and dimension lumber for your home or busi ness house. We are prepared and experi enced in that line and the Service Is Free WE WILL DO MORE—HELP PLAN THE BUILDING We want to make your home building a pleasure for you. Ask for that service— you'll like it. Montana Lumber Co. First Avenue South FOR SALE. FARM FOR SALE 160 ACRES NEAR Buffalo. All under cultivation. A bargain. Terms easy. Address G. S. Monroe, Portsmouth, Ohio. ONE YOUNG JERSEY BULL. AD dress, Mrs. Haderli, 218 First ave nue north, 'phono 708. 5-5-tl D E E D E D L A N II, RELINQUISH ments; lire insurance. A. Larson Land Co., room 6, Bank of Fergus County building. 4-28-tf A FEW CARS OF swTMblSH SEUJW oats, raised from pribe seed. Inger 8oll Rauch. 4-14-tf COMPLETE FILING SYSTEM AT A sacrifice. Two Aniberg letter filing cabinets; one filing case - for legal forms or insurance supplies; one combination letter, legal form and card Index filing case. The Cook Reynolds Co., 'Phone 40, Lewistown, Montana. MATERNITY HOME. MATERNITY HOME, CONDUCTED by graduate and registered nurses; reudy for patients after June 1. Cor ner Eighth and Pine St., 'phone 117-W. 6-2-4tp TO TRADE. RESIDENCE HOTBL FOr LAND OR city property; will take relinquish ment. Address, L. A. \V., Columbia Hotel, Malden, Wash. 5-19-8tp GRADUATE NURSE. MISS S1GVELAND, GRADUATE nurse, on claim on benchland south of Mabray's, west of Willard ranch. 4-71 2tp LOST BETWEEN SPOTTED HORSE mine and New Year, one blue Jer sey with yellow block letter "M." Re ward for return to this office. DR. MARTHA ARLEDYA, Osteopath. Chronic, Nervous and Women's dls eases successfully treated. 222 Wise block. Phone 519. Lewistown, Mont.