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LEWISTOWN DENTAL PARLORS
Dr. H. L. Mills-7-8 Empise Bank Building-Phone 739 High Grade Dental Work * Guaranteed Best Plates ........ $10.00 Gold Crowns ........... $5.00 Bridge Work ..... $5.00--$7.00 OF LOCAL INTEREST E. K. Matson, Atty.,303 Bank-Electric. Sam Schott of Butte is a Day house guest. Hon. B. C. White is in town from Buffalo. C. E. Daley departed yesterday for California. 0. W. Campbell of l-Iilger is a Bright hotil guest. Dr. Pleasants, physician, surgeon and oculist. Crowley building. Homer E. Gies, the Winnett attor ney, is at the Bright. George Bastion, of rGass Range, is a Fergus hotel guest. William McElroy of Denton is regis ti'eed at the Day house. Frank Strouf of Denton transacted business here yesterday. E. W. Mettler, attorney-at-law, Lang ^uilding,^over the Fad. Richard A. Harlow is in town from his 1 ig ranch near Moore. George F. Anderson, of White Sul pnur Springs is at the Fergus. C. A. Kennedy of Great Falls is Stopping at the Fergus hotel. Judge E. K. Cheadle left yesterday for Billings and Carbon county. Dr. J. C. Dunn has removed his of fice to the Bank-Electric building. William Munger is in from Grass Range and is stopping at the Bright. Stock Inspector J. E. Pinkley wen» cut to Moccasin yesterday on official business. Be sure to vote for two candidates for congress in the election, Novem ber 3. Mrs. H. Cresap leaves this morning over the Great Northern for a visit Hi Nevada, Mo. Rev. Paul Meyer of the German Lutheran church, has gone to Missoula on a short visit. Edgar G. Worden, attorney-at-law. McDonald & Charters Building, Lew istown, Mont.—Adv. R. Miller, special agent for the Great Northern is a business visitor in the Lewistown office. Charles P. Hansen, Milwaukee labor agent, has returned from a business tri nto Great Falls. _, , . Miss Fan Cook left over the Mil waukee yesterday for an extended visit in California cities. F. C. Marshall, J. E. Cox, W. Cox and H. M. Wells of R»y, stopping at the Bright hotel .T W. Lawler, a real estate man of Great Falls, is in Lewistown foi a day or two on a business visit. H. A. Offral, engineer in charge of the Great Northrn local tunnel cr.r f-t ruction, left yesterday for St. Paul K. S. Peters, representative of the Western Loan and Investment Co, of Suit Lake .left yesterday for Spokane Dr. F. F. Attix left for Butte yes terday to attend a meeting of the Solver Bow Medical association. Dr Attix made an address before the or ganization last evening on his Europ ean trip. Assistant Dispatcher Vanwie of the Milwaukee has returned from a vaca tion visit of several weeks in Wiscon sin cities. Charles Gleichner, also of that office, will take his vcaation at this time, and leaves for his home in Mnineapolis i^oday. I i TO HUNTERS Hunting and trespass ing at all times positive ly forbidden on our ranches. J. V. HRUSKA, IRENE DESY BEN KLINE. PUT YOUR SAVINGS In a good savings bank that they may earn something for you. Idle money is useless money. Put yours to work by opening an account here. You'll find the interest will increase your savings surprisingly. Rent a safe de posit box for your valuables. Only $2.50 per year. LEWISTOWN STATE BANK Peter Beekrich of Spokane, is stop ping at the Fergus hotel. M. S. Collinson of Salt Lake City, i3 registered at the Bright hotel. B. H. Brown and G. R. Pavey of Helena, are Bright hotel guests. Traveling Auditor D. P. Bennett ot the Milwaukee made an official visit to Lewistown yesterday. Jacob Chandler of Gilt Edge, was a raid-week business visitor to the coun ty seat. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Fergus and her little daughter are in Lewistown from Armells. George Myers, who has been driving a coach in the National park through the season, is home again for the win ter. George says the past season was a rather light one, but ^next season is expected to break all records owing to the San Diego and San Francisco expositions and the European war, which will compel Americans to "See America First." DANCING INSTRUCTOR HERE. Miss Wlnship, late of Chicago, who has friends In Lewistown, has arrived here and is preparing to form classes and give instruction in all the society dances. She expects to take up this work with a high school class, a young married people's class and a class for the general public. Miss Winship is vouched for as a very capable instruc tor. Her classes will meet at Crow ley's hall. As yet she has not per fected all the details. She is stopping at the home of Dr. Wood. What Would You Do? There are many times when one man questions another's actions and mo tives. Men act differently under dif ferent circumstances. The question is, what would you do right now if you had a severe cold? Could you do bet ter than to take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy? It is highly recommended by people who have used it for years and know its value. Mrs. O. E. Sar gent, Peru, Ind., says, "Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is worth its weight in gold and I take pleasure in recom mending it." For sale by all dealers. -O-- PITCHER BUSH OF ATHLETICS TAKES UNTO HIMSELF A BRIDE PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 14—Only a handful of loyal fans were at the rail way station to greet the formei world's campions, when the latter arrived to day front Boston, where they had lost their title to the Braves. There was! a leng line of disappointed ticket hold ers, however, at the department store, where the admissions for the third game, that would have been played here, had the Athletics succeeded in taking one game, were redeemed. More than $44,000 was refunded. Joseph Leslie Bush, who pitched on Monday for the Mackmen, married shoTtlv after his return Miss Sylvia E. McMahon of Bordentown, N. J. Busn and his bride will leave for Chicago tomorrow, where they will join other members of the Athletic team, who are to tour with the All-Stars. Three witnesses of alleged grafting on the part of the policemen at the preliminary sale of tickets appeared today before the commission which is investigating the charges. They told of seeing uniformed police receiving money from persons anxious to secure prefe'i'-ed places in the line of the tick et purchasers. CHAMPION BUCKING HORSE OF THE WORLD, "STEAMBOAT," DEAD CHEYENNE, Wyo„ Oct. 14 - "Steamboat," known throughout the country as the champion bucking horse of the world, is dead. He was shot today to end his sufferings from blood poisoning. Scores of "bronco busters" in all sec tions of the west have, during the past 10 years, tried to ride the famous bucker, but without success. Dick Stanley of Portland, Ore., who rode him during a world's championship contest in 1906, alone is said to have conquered the old outlaw. "Steamboat" was 17 years old, and for several years had been a familiar figure at "wild west" celebrations. SECOND CANADIAN FORCE. OTTAWA, Ontario, Oct. 14.—Can ada's offer of a second expeditionary force of 22,000 was responded to by a cable message of thanks from the British government, it was learned to night. The message stated as soon as the first Canadian expeditionary force had been inspected in England by British officers, Canada would be advised as to details for the organiza tion of the second contingent. -O INMAN LEADS. CHICAGO, Oct. 14.—Melbourne In man, champion of the world at Eng lish billiards, overcome the slight lead held by Hoppe in their session at the English game tonight. Hoppe'3 grand total was 1,364 and Inman's 1,336 at the end of the afternoon game. Durirg the afternoon session Hoppe was ct his best for the English game, making high runs of 69 and 42. His high runs tonight were 32 and 30. IT LAND OFFICE ONE OF THE BUSIEST DAYS EVER EXPERIENCED IN THE LAND OFFICE HERE. LARGE AREA OF LAND IS OPENED Next Rush is Scheduled for Monday, October 19, When Twenty Thousand Acres Near Harlowton Will Be Thrown Open to Entry. One of the busiest days in the his* tory of the local United States land office since tne record-breaker of last May, when thejarge3t number of fil ings ever made in a single day were recorded occurred yesterday when more than 165 filings were placed on record. The occasion of this rush was the filing of seven township plats con taining more than one hundred and sixty thousand acres of land. This land lies just south and east of Valen tine and north of Winnett, and is em braced in township 16, ranges 27, 28 and 29, and township 17, ranges 26, 27, 28 and 29. There is much goed land contained in these townships and many settlers have resided there for some time past, some of them having estab lished their residences three years or more. The filings offered vesterdav represents a majority of these squat ters. As a result of this opening, the receipts of the local land office were swelled to an amount greater than four thousand dollars. The large num ber of filings offered was systematical ly handled and at the close of busi ness yesterday afternoon the force had them all of record. The Next Rush. The next big rush that will occur at the local office will be on the i9th of the present month when the lands known as Carey segregation No. 13, embracing some twenty thousand acres in the vicinity of Harlowton, will be open for entry. This tract contains some very choice land the most of which is now being held bv squatters. The onening of this land will be warm ly welcomed by the people of Harlow ton. as it will add to the immediate territory of that town, some of the very choicest land in Meagher coun ty. The business men of Harlowton have devoted much time, energy and money to the opening of this tract, having been working on the proposition for some years past, and they are now congratulating themselves on the suc cess of t'/elr efforts. LEWISTOWN KNIGHTS CAPTURE SECOND PRIZE AT MILES CITY Mr. and Mrs. E. G. YVorder., Rudy Miller and E. O. Kindschy, who went to Miles City for the Knights of Pyth ias Grand Lodge meeting, returned home last evening, being unable to re main for the rest of the session. Messrs. Worden, Miller and Kindschy witnessed the drilling teams in coni petition and had the satisfateion of seeing the Lewistown team land sec ond prize and come within one point of taking the first prize, which went to Butte. They report that the gath ering is a great success. The rest of the Fergus delegates will return home tonight. -O- it Always Does the Work. "I like Chamberlain's Cough Remedy better than any other," writes It. E. Roberts, Homer City, Pa. "I have taken it off and on for years and it has never failed to give the desired re sults." For sale by all dealers. BOSTON BRAVES GIVEN BANQUET AND RECEPTION BY MAYOR CURLET BOSTON, Oci. 14.—Tile Braves, world's baseball champions, as a re sult of tlie sensational series with the Philadelphia Athletics, which closed nere yesterday, were given a banquet and reception tonight by Mayer Cur ley. Praise tor their achievement whs sounded by various speakers and mod est acknou lodgement was made by Manager George T. Stallings and sev eral of the players. After the banquet many of the Braves left immediately for their home cities. They were each given checks today for $2,708.8 ,<3 hv a representative of the National commission as their share in the world s series receipts. To most of them this meant about $5,000 for their season's work. CaDtain Johnny Evers rciiiia th season a big one financially, his in come the last six months, having been more than $40,000, including a bonus of $25,000 for his signature to a con tract, $10,000 in salary, a $3,000 bonus for finishing in first place, and his world's series receipts The winter will be spent quietly by most of the men. Several vaudeville agents were at Fenway park today en deavoring to sign up some of the stars, but it is understood that none were successful. "Rabbit" Maranville, who was on the stage last winter, may return this year. Manager Stalling said tonight that the statement by Minister Pczet 'A Peru, made at a dinner here yesterday, that the Braves would tour South America was a mistake. It was due, he thought, to the fact that some mem bers of the Braves had asked to play with the New York Giants there on proposed trip. JUDGE AYERS FIXES DATE FOR THE FIRST MONDAY FOLLOW ING ELECTION. WILL SET TH E CASES NEXT WEEK Calendar Is Expected to Be a Fairly Long One—Not Many Criminal Cases to Be Tried—Indians to Be Given a Hearing Today. Judge Roy E. Ayers has decided to hold a jury term of court beginning Monday, November 9, which will he the first Monday after election. There v. ill he a call of the docket to set the cases early next week, the exact day not having been decided upon. The term will probably he of aver age length as there are a considerable number of civil actions at issue, 'll.? criminal calendar is not expected to he a very heavy one but there will P'.obably he eight or ten eases to try. Some of these are of considerable im portance and interest. A Federal Case. Agent Miller, of the Belknap Indian Agency, who has been in town sol days looking into the case of Strike j and McCoy, the two Indians arrested by Stock Inspector Pinkley last week, j «f%i t , h ™ had S H d a C ° l I Pl ! ° f ," 0rS, V at Gilt Edge and were trving to sell Tour more, yesterday wired the United ( States marshal to send for the braves. l a ' Instructions were received, however, to give them a preliminary healing be r-ire Commissioner Dan Hanley and they will probably be arraigned in that court today. One of the Indians prac tically admits that they stole the ani mals from the agency. Their case will be disposed of in the federal court. Clark Murder Case. Things did not move as rapidly as was hoped yesterday in the investiga tion in the Clark murder case, but thei officers are still working hard and are quite hopeful of getting the guilty Iran. MILES CITY MAN MARRIED LEWISTOWN GIRL HERE ---- ! Mr. William F. McGrath and Miss Mercedes M. Retnllick were married at the Catholic church yesterday morn ing. The bride was attended by her sister Catherine, while James Hanra han, of Miles City, acted as best man. Mr. McGrath is a machinist fit the Mil-j Ivftukf c shops at Miles City. The bride, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. \ Detalllck, her father being foreman! of the Milwaukee's Lewistown shops,I, having recently removed hero from Miles City. Mr. and Mrs. McGrath | >eft on t.he afternoon train for the east on a wedding trip and after November 1 will be at home to their manv friends, at Miles City. fl NEW DANCING CLUB. _____ A new dancing club lias been or ganized which will be known as the Pastime Dancing Club, comprising j about 30 members. At a meeting held ■ recently in the city council chamber, j i fficers were elected as follows: Hur ry Fitton, president; A. H. Stepnenson, I vice-president; Joseph Schmit, seore 1 t.ary, and W. R. McKenna, treasurer A ways and means committee was ap pointed, including Joe Hallaren, Stuart j McConochie, and Will Divine. On the floor committee are Herbert Lynn, No ble nlker, A. H. Stephenson, Charles Smith and Mr. Green. The first, dance will be held in Armory nail on October 22. Regular dances will probably he given thereafter every second Thurs day evening. Why Not Publish It? When you want a fact, to become generally known, the right way iB t<* nublish it. Mrs. Joseph Kalians, Peru, Ind., was troubled with belching, sour stomach and frequent headaches. She writes, "I feel it my dutv to tell oth ers what Chamberlain's Tablets have done for me. They have helped my di gestion and regulated my bowels. Since using them I have been entire ly well." For sale by all dealers. FIGHT WAS NO CONTEST. ST. LOUIS, Oct. 14.—The bout be tween Jack Dillon, claiinani of the middleweight championship, and George "Knockout" Brown of Chicago, scheduled to run ten rounds here to night, was stopped in the fourth round by Referee Eddie Randall, who de clared there was no contest. After tbe third round Randall, warned tlie con testants that if they did not put some punch into the affair he would end the contest. Jack Dillon, his manager, Sam Mar burger and his second, Robert Stolker, all of Indianapolis, were arrested heie tonight after a bout between Dillon and George "Knockout" Brown was stopped in the fourth round by Ref eree Randall, who declared the fight ers were merely feinting. The trio from Indianapolis were ar rested at the request of the manager of the club at which the fight was staged. The police declared they would hold Dillon and Ills manager and second for investigation. --O CLARK FUNERAL TODAY. The funeral of the late Isaac Clark will be held today at 2 o'clock from the funeral parlors of A. T. Swan son & Co. I. J. Brook, of Denton, is a Fergus Notice of Sale of Real Estate. In the District Court of the Tenth Ju dicial District of the State of Mon tana, in and for Fergus County. In the Matter of the Estate and Guardianship <>i Nathanial Mitchell McCauley, Jr., a Minor.—Notice of Sale of Real Estate. Notice is hereby given, that in pur suance of an order of the District Court of tlie Tenth Judicial District of the State of Montana, in and for Fer gus County, made on the 28th day of September, 1914, in the matter of the estate and guardianship of Nattianial Mitchell McCauley, Jr., a minor, the undersigned, the guardian of said minor, will sell at private sale, in one I parcel, to the highest bidder, upon tlie I terms and conditions hereinafter men tioned, and subject to continuation by said District Court, on or after Satur day, October 17th, 1914, all of the right, title and interest of the said Nathanial Mitchell McCauley, Jr., ft minor, in and to that certain parcel of land, situated in tlie County of Fergus, State of Mon tana, and particularly described as fol lows, to-wit: Tlie south half of the northeast quar j l ^ enty * *" township 1 ®"^m nt V>T . j 'coita^nii^ 80 Mre? 1 Terms ind conditions of sale: For casb ( A1 , blds ttnd offer8 muat be ln wrltlng >, Ieft at the offl ,. e of Jobn A Col * man, 408-409 Bank-Electric building. dian. Lewistown, Montana, or may be deliv ered to the Guardian of said minor personally, at any time after the first publication of this notice and before the making of the sale. Dated this 30th day of September, 1914. JULIA E. M'CAULEY, Guardian of the Person and Estate of Nathanial Mitchell McCauley, Jr., a Minor. John A. Coleman, Attorney for Guar First publication Oct. 1 2t FOR SALE—640-ACRE FARM; GOO acres seeded to fall grain; terms. Address owner. P. O. Box 139>5, Great Falls, Mont. j TO TRADE—$2,000 EQUITY IN ! beautiful Great Falls residence to trade in as first payment on v-ell im p royed ranch. F. J. J„ care Dem ocrat, \ " Lenman & Co. ESTRAY NOTICE. Reward will be paid for the return of a back line ___ buckskin mare branded wo lazy Y's same as cut, (Charles E.W. Mettler Democratic Nominee for County Attorney Ten Years Law Experience and Active Court Practice (Paid Advertisement) DEMOCRAT — WANT ADS ONE CENT A WORD To avoid extra bookkeeping, the Democrat docs not open new ac counts on Want Ads and terms me cash with order except to those having a charge account. FOR SALE. FOR SALE—SADDLE, HIGH GRADE in good condition; vary cheap; in ceding blanket and other extras. Box FARM FOR SALE 160 ACRES NEAR Buffalo. All under cultivation. A bargain. Terms easy. Address G. S. Monroe, Portsmouth, Ohio. FOR SALE 100 HEAD OF ONE AND two year old heifers and steers. We also buy fat cattle and hogs, also a thoroughbred Shorthorn bull. De Wolf & McCulluni D E E D E D LAND, RELINQUISH incuts; fire Insurance. A. Larson Land Co., room 6, Bank of Fergus county building. 4-28-tf COMPLETE FILING SYSTEM AT A sacrifice. Two Aniberg letter filing cnbluets; one IIling case for legal lorius or Insurance supplies; one couihinutlon letter. Itgul form and card index filing case. The Cook ReynoUls Co., 'Phone 40, Lewistown, Moniann. A FEW CARS OF SWEDISH SELECT oats, raised from pribe seed. Inger soll Ranch. 4-14-tf WANTED WANTED I WANT ABOUT FIF loen acres of new ground, broken and will pay $5.00 per acre. A. 11. Fioaten, Becket P. O. WANTED—PLOWING, DISCING AND drilling. All work guaranteed. See F. W . Taylor, Kolin, Montana. 10-l-3tp FOUND—A POCKET BOOK CON talning a good amount of money— this was found at Rogers-Tempieton T umber Co., by Mr. Morrow—evident ly left by some rancher. Owner can have same by describing and paying for tills ad.