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WANT ADS ONE CENT A WORD To avoid extra bookkeeping, the Democrat does not open new ac counts on Want Ads and terms are cash with order except to those having a charge account FOR SALE. FOB SALE—100 THREE MONTHS old pigs. Phone 386-W. E. A. Rein. 9-30-ttp _ WANTED. WANTED—POSITION AS HOUSE keeper on ranch. M. A. ! a., care of Democrat. 9-30-4t LOCAL BRIEFS C. M. Belden is in town from Utica. Guy Payne was in town from Ross Fork. A. T. Field of Winnett is at the Fergus. .1. L. Alexander was in the city from Winnett. D. Berg of Roy is in the city on business. D. L. Wilson is in the city from Kendall. Miss M. Williams of Windham is in the city. John Grant came down from Hu ger Tuesday. Tommy Knight is in from Denton on business. C. Diamond, the Roy merchant, is at the Bright. Buell Reed was in the city from Tigen yesterday. Lee F. Price was in the city from Denton Tuesday. Dr. Regan of Grass Range was at the Fergus Tuesday. F. M. Bailey, from near Ware, was in the city Tuesday. Mrs. F. W. Ruzica of llilger was in the city Wednesday. Mrs M. A. Munger of Roy was at the Bright Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. K. O. Jenkins of Den ter. are at the Fergus. Peder Hanson, a prominent Roy bus iness man, is in town today. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Westland of Utica are at the Day house. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Gaugler of Straw are visitors to the county seat. Peter Stafford, the Winifred mer chant, was in the city on business. Richard A. Harlow was in town from his ranch near Moore yesterday. H. P. Howes and J. A. Howes are in the city from Winifred for a few days. James Padmore of Winnipeg, Can., is in the city for a few days on busi ness. j Oswald Lehman and J. S. Mc Namara returned Monday from a brief business trip to Great Falls. Dave Trepp and Tommy McCarthy left Tuesday for a two weeks' trip tliroug the eastern part of the state. Rev. li. P. Crego left yesterday for Miss Ida Morley and Miss Violet Rogers of Hilger are Bright hotel guests. H. J. Stangl and W. O. Fessl of tlie McHugh ranch, near Moore, are lo cal business visitors 1 Great Palls to attend the Baptist state ! convention at that place. He will re turn home Friday. I — —-......... - — \ 'Mu 6axd^ c \VUuvv Jm. tUxA. a/vuL \jOJs YOUR MONEY IS NOT SAFE UNLESS IT IS IN THE BANK. OUR BANK HAS STRONG LOCKS AND THICK WALLS THAT FIRE OR BURGLARS CANNOT ENTER. MONEY THAT YOU HIDE IS NOT DOING YOU OR THE COMMUNITY ANY GOOD. IT IS DEAD MONEY AND MAY BE "LOST" MONEY. THE NEWSPAPERS TELL US DAILY OF PEOPLE WHO HAVE LOST THEIR MONEY BY HIDING IT. THERE ARE LOTS OF GOOD REASONS WHY YOUR MONEY SHOULD BE IN THE BANK. BANK WITH US. Lewistown State Bank LEWISTOWN. MONT. li. J. (ox was in the city from Roy. I ■lames Tyler was in town from Ty-! ler. Miss Nellie Holt, of Hoosac, was in town. O. Carr was here from Weede Sat urday. Peter Munson Day house. of Maiden was at Andrew Mace came down from Hil ger Friday. Anna Haney of Everson was in the city Friday. A. E. Wright, of New Year, was in town Sunday. 0. E. Story was a business visitor to the city from Roy. Walter Jetlison. of Buffalo, was at the Bright Sunday. Alice Teagarden, of Forest Grove, was at tlie Fergus. S. Brown, the Denton banker, was at the Bright Sunday. G. A. Longanecker of Grass Range was in town Monday, Miss Gladys Burnett, of Gilt Edge, is a Bright hotel guest. city Sunday from Maiden. Mayor John G. Eppers, of Denton, was in the city on business. Mrs. John Lang, Denton school, was in the city. Representative Harvey Burnett was itt town Saturday from Gilt Edge. Slock Commissioner E. C. Abbott was in town Sunday from his ranch. E. B, Coolidge and wife were in tlie teacher in the | Mr. Connelly, superintendent of the ! West Kendall mine, was a local visi t or> ! i Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Loach, of Moore, | paid tlie county seat a visit Satur-! day. It. Akiyama, proprietor of flic Grass Range cafe, is a patient at St. Joseph's hospital. Mrs. A. T. Henry and Mrs. F. J. Rooney, of Hobson, were Fergus hotel guests. Clarence Monson was in Lcwistown from his ranch near Bear Spring to spend the week-end. A. M. Vangness, M. C. Oster and Albert Johnson, of Denton's first city council, were in town Sunday. Judge E. K. Cheadle went to Rve gate yesterday on business and will return to Lcwistown this evening. ; j | ; i | I i ! A. Hoagland, receiver at the local United States land office, has gone to | , . , , .. i ! his ranch at Deerfield tor a lew days, i Joe Jackson lias returned to his home in California, after looking af-l ter his land interests in the Judith j aKlu ' j Archie V. Edwards and Jessie j Murphy, well-known colored people, j were married Saturday, Judge B. I H. Foley performing the ceremony, j E. It. Itoelil returned Thursday j from Denton, where he spent two; days. He sold the Ford in which he! went over and come near having to! walk home. j Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Lane, Mrs. Syl- j vester C. Gthiele of Winnipeg, Mrs. i Baugher and Miss Newell Lane were among the Lewistown peole who spent Thursday at Denton. j Dan MaeGowen, an old employe ot | .the local branch of the Montana Lum- j I beI ' company, has gone to San Fran- j | cisco to spend a month or six weeks : at the exposition. Rev - Paul E. Meyer, pastor of tlie j German Lutheran church, and Mrs. Meyer will return to the city about , 1 October 10, having been detained long- ! er than they expected, owing to the I death of Mrs. Meyer's mother in St. ! Bou j s i i Miss Mattha Seifert of the county clerk and recorder's office, has re-i turned from Pasadena, where she was, called by the illness of her brother. ! On her way home Miss Seifert spent! ia couple of days at the San Francisco ! exposition. , I | J. H. Saville of ,he cUy T1,,,rs ' 1,l > - Frank Strouf of Denton was here on business yesterday. Attorney Warden Barrcre of Bench land is in the city. H. M. Wells of Roy was a business caller here Thursday. Frank St rout' is in the city from the west side, on business. I. J. Brooks and wife were in the city Monday from Denton. B. ('. White of Buffalo paid a call to tlie county seat Friday. J. E. Fishburn of Forest Grove was at tlie Day house Monday. H. C. Tilzey of this city was a vis itor at Denton Thursday. Thomas Gilfeather of Ross is in the city on a business mission. P. T. McDermott is a business vs itor to the city from Bozeman. E. D. Barney of Denton came in Thursday evening on business. David Morgan of Benchland was in the city on business yesterday. Danvers was inj ! Mr. and Mrs. A. Johnson of Moore visited the county seat Tuesday. Emil Schmidt and wife of Winnett were callers in the city Thursday. Mrs. R. B. Thompson of this city | is spending a few days in Billings. Manager George T. McGee of the Barnes-King is in the city from Hel ena. Bert J. Akerley and .1. W. Akerley cf Coffee Creek were in the city Tues day. ! c - v - Pelk returned to his home ! Thursday, after a business visit in i the city. | Thomas Nicholson, a prominent resi dent of Hobson, was in tlie city Thursday. Miss Eiizabetli Parrent of this city was among the visitors at Denton Thursday. P. F. Ward, proprietor of (lie Savoy hotel at Denton, was slopping at the Bright hotel Monday. The concrete footing and foundation for the Roeltl garage on Broadway have been completed. Steven Smith and a force of men ; went to Ware Thursday to do some j work on the new schoolhouse. | Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Birkland and ; Carl Peterson autoed to Denton i Thursday for the celebration. | of Frank Day, is in the city on iiis I way home from tlie state fair and a i little tour of the state. ! Mrs. J. M. Vrooman. Mrs. Sadie , ,, . | * larl > aK, " licenses were issued Sat ! urday to Snowden F. ( ole, of Kolin. i and clytie McFarland, of Everson; W. (A. McCollum and Miss Mabel F. Brown, of Hobson, j ' IsraeI 0peen and Miss Kdna Long, of j Miles City, secured a marriage license j here Saturday and were married ini j mediately after, Judge B. H. Foley I tying the knot for them. j County Supt Lpila B aker, following j a bearing Saturday, allowed a peti tion for the creation of a new school district out of portions of districts Nos. 5, 21, 94 and 98, in the Forest j Grove section. j Mrs. Roy Hopkins and Miss Cath i erine Coulter left Saturday for Cali fornia, the former to visit her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Remington, at j McFarland, and Miss Coulter to visit the two expositions. | j J. kriend Day of Great halls, brother j , Kral TK M I,ay ' was tlu> < ity 0,1 l,is : F ! oar 1V ! lll iL company and a nephew , .. „„ ..... ! Hoffman and Jack Vrooman motored I to Uenton Thursday for the celebra ! tion : Returni,, & they brought Miss i Nathalie Smith to the city from Deer i field, where she is teaching school. _ , , .... Oscar Anderson of the Roy country, " bo was *- be Ihursday, stated tl,al 'J 1 ® final shipment of beef cattle f* 01,1 * (),v !' K t )k * , ce *' ri<la - v w,M * n ,,l( ' ! P°wers outfit and some other ranch , ers, including himself, shipped a | tramload to Chicago. | Rev. w. A. Stevenson left Monday for Helena, to attend a meeting of j the Presbyterian synod of this state. | Between 70 and 80 churches will be i represented and sessions will continue j resented and sessions wilt continue throughout the week. j Word lias been received here of the | marriage of Stanley Spring and Mar : garet Hall at Butte. Both were for 1 merly well known residents of Lew ! istown. The couple will make their | home at Three Forks, where Mr. 1 Spring is in tlie employ of the Milwau j kee road. I Fire, originating from the furnace | in the basement of the home of Mrs. i Q. E. Wilson on Main street, caused ! an alarm to lie sent in shortly after ! 7 oc'lock Sunday morning. Tlie ] house was quickly filled with smoke jand there was considerable excite ; raent, but the damage, which was not ! great, was confined to the basement. ! At a meeting of the public library | hoard, that body was reorganized for the year. Mrs. Bert d'Autremont, I who is a board member recently ap ! pointed, was present for the first | time. H. A. Moulton was re-elected i chairman of the board, and Mrs. A. I W. Warr, secretary. Although very ! little can be actively done at present. | the board discussed a number of | plans of library extension which will I be carried out later on, especially in | regard to the addition of a depart | ment for children exclusively. An enjoyable surprise party upon S M rs - E. W. Mettler was given Satur I day evening. It was, of course, wholly | informal and was none the less pleasant on that account. There was dancing and music and delicious re freshments were served. Among the | self-invited guests were Misses May tne Anderson, Judith Waite. Ruth Remley, Naomi Charters, Forsyth. Gladys Burnett, Helen Lynch, and Ruth Cook, and Messrs. A1 Stroheim, Charles Smith, Raymond Dockery. Jay Steinbarger, Warren Jenson, Wall, Russell King, Bogart, Forest Char ters, Lloyd Raw, Dick Baker, Kelly 'and Harry Green. I i ! • j I | j | ! | S. S. Owed ot Moore was in the city Friday. Charles Carr of Straw was visitor Friday. Mrs. E. F. Nolan was in t< Winnett Saturday Frank Stephens was in from Maginnis Saturday. local vn from A. Maxner of Winifred was in the - city for a few daj. Forbes Leslie ot Glass Range was a Lewistown visitor Fred J. Sherman of Winifred was a local business visitor. C. D. Lovely of Christina is at the the Bright hotel Friday. Howard Waddell was lit the city from Stanford Saturday. Rev. V. J. van den Rrocck has re turned from a trip to Helena. Mrs. J. E. Blackwell and two daugh ters left Friday for Salt Lake City. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Stevens of llar lowton were at the Bright Saturday Mrs. Frank Richards of Great Falls is spending a few days iti Lewistown. W. S. Manley, a merchant ut Gar neill, was a business visitor Fri day. A. C. Hohman, who is now located at Coffee Creek, is in town on busi ness. Charles Randolph, the lug stock dealer from Grass Range, was in the city Friday. Herbert E. Lye, the Gurneill con tractor, was transacting business In Lcwistown Friday. Charles Mussin, engineer of main tenance for the ('.. M Ai St. Paul rail way, was a local visitor. W. N. Smith of the Montana Flour Mills company, and Mrs. Smith, are in town from Harlowton. Sam Weaver is having plans made for a modern residence, VVasnuinds dorff & Eastman being the aiclii tects. Dr. E. M. Gans and P. .1. Murphy of Judith Gup paid this city a busi ness visit Friday, returning via the doctor's auto. The daughter of Robert Grooves of Heath, who has boon visiting him for several weeks past, will return to Mis souri in a short time. Oscar Henson, district traffic super intendent for the Mountain States Telephone company, Is here from Hel ena for several days on business. Mrs. Charles Randolph and son, Dewey, have gone lo Bozeman, where the young limn will take up a course in a mechanical school. Mrs. Skat void and daughter, Mar garet, mother and sister of Mrs George Hirst, returned to their home in Eau Claire, Wis., Monday. Claude Peterson, residing near Grass Range, was in the city purchas ing a number of milch cows which he will brand and take to his ranch. Mr. and Mrs. ('. M. Morrow of Ger aldine are in the city for a day or two, guests at the home of W. J. Johnson. They are on their way to Waubay, S. D., where they will Join Mr. and Mrs. George Morrow, who have taken up their residence there. Mrs. IS. F. Ilampsou of Fort Ma ginnis, who was brought to St. Jo seph's hospital Tuesday suffering from a stroke of paralysis, remains about the same, the right side being partially paralyzed. Her daughters, Mrs. Sneider and Mrs. McLean, are here with her. District Master Mechanic G. IS. Cess ford of (lie Milwaukee was here yes terday from Deer Lodge, oil his way to Great Falls. He states that the Milwaukee's electrification work along the main line is progressing fully as well us reported here from time to time. When the county commissioners met Friday, a protest from resi dents of the Gurneill section was sub mitted against the renewal of it. A.' Oglevie's liquor license. The hoard instructed tlie county treasurer to notify Mr. Oglevie to present a new petition, signed by tlie required num ber of freeholders, or upon his failure so to do, to refuse tlie license. Mr. Greenwood of the Three Forks Milling company has announced that the contracts for the construct ion of the building and for the equipment of the flour mills to be built in Ibis city were let Tuesday. Tlie Globe Con struction company of Lewistown, rep resented by its president, Mr. Clar ence Napper, secured the contract for I the construction of the building, i Three Forks News. ! Sam Bettes, "the cowboy preacher," gave the first of a series of talks in • this vicinity yesterday afternoon at j the M. E. church and last evening he I spoke again at the Christian church. | He is hooked to speak at both of these churches again next Sunday and dur j ing the week will address meetings | in adjacent towns. Mr. Bettes is a strong prohibition worker and his ! meetings in ibis section of the state will be in tlie interests of the anti | saloonists. --O---- FOTBALL BOYS WANT GAME. The management of the Fergus high school football team is looking for a game, but. as yet have not been able to line anything up. Negotiations are ( under way for a game with Billings, ! but the outcome of these is still in doubt. The season lias well begun now and the boys are anxious to get into ; a game. They have been working \ bard since the opening of school, un j der the direction of Coach Flank, and I would like an opportunity to prove themselves. —-------o---- | SUGGESTION FROM IRVING. 1 A note received from George B. i Irving, who was here last February j I in the interests of the Chamber of i Bommeree, contains the information i that the secretary of the Chamber of Commerce of tlie United States will! be in Butte on October 12, and will! speak there. Mr. Irving suggests that! members of the local chamber who! could possibly do so. should make an | effort to hear him j | | IT CITI PARA HIGH SCHOOL BOYS ALLOWED TO HAVE THEIR PRACTICE GAMES AT THAT PLACE. ABSENCE GRANTED POLICE CHIEF A short hut busy session ot tlu* city council was held Monday evening and a largo amount of routine business taken euro of. Estimates in boulevard districts 11. 12, 1.1 and 14 and paving districts 22 and 22 wore submit tod by City Engineer A t\ llirkhiud, up proved b\ the oounoil and tlit* clerk authorized to issue bonds. Football at Park. A reguest was granted to the high school football team to play at tin* city park this fall, under tin* direction of the park hoard The Lcwistown Moose hand was given permission to use the council | chambers on Tuesdav and Thursday | evenings of each week for hand prac t ice. Will Repair Walks. The streets and alleys committee was authorized to make such repairs as necessary to the new cement walks and to the old approaches to the board walks. Licenses Refused. The petition of .1 .1. Stapleton for a rooming house license was refused as was the petition of I). A McDonald for a similar license. Reports Accepted. Reports of the city treasurer and police judge for September were sub mitted ami accepted. A number of other reports were approved and or dered placed on file It was ordered that all auditing bills- he allowed and the clerk was instructed to draw war rants for the same. Gets Leave of Absence. A leave of absence was granted to ('liief of Police K. \\. Wray for IS days The usual hills and payrolls were audited and allowed. © FUNERAL OF MONARD McELROY. MOOKE, Oct. I Sunday night. Sept, 2d, the community was deeply shocked and grieved when it I ecume known that Monard McEIrny, the young son of Mr and Mrs. John Me Elroy of this city, had died from hemorrhage of tin* brain, caused by a gunshot wound inflicted that al'L** noon when the young lad and a play mate were playing at the Dyer home in this city. The accident occurred at about 4:20 in the afternoon and the hi I was rushed to the hospital in Lewis town, where an operation was per formed at 0:15. Nothing could he done for the unfortunate lad. how ever, and lie passed away at s ou tl i evening. According to Mr. and Mrs. Dyer, the 22 calibre rifle which caused Up accident, was unloaded and it is su.' mined that. the. hoys found a hulhi in an old box of refuse in the wood shed and then loaded tin 1 weapon Tin* bulb t entered Milliard's forehead an.I came out about an inch above, the shell fracturing the skull. .Monard liurgan Mr Elroy was horn in Moore, Mont., on Nov. 2o, I!*<»!», and died on Sunday. Sept. 2d, at the age of T» years, in months and d days. The funeral was held from tlie Christian church in this city on Tues day afternoon, Sept. 2X, an eno;* nious number of sorrowing friends being there to pay tribute to tin* un fortunate 1 lad. Interment was made in tin* Moore cemetery. The entire cot munity extends sincere sympathy to the bereaved parents. COMMDNICATKD. l , i j j I ! I ' ■ ! i j I I i ! . I ! i I 1 DENTON'S VOTE Tin* uiuinly •oniniissioiHT: Satur day canvaMH(*d the vote cast a f«*w days ago at Denton's first luuniripal ('lection. The result was found to he as follows: For mayor .1 G. Eppers, t»5; L o Jenkins, 1!*. Aldermen, two from each ward First ward M. C. Osier, Xfi; A M Vangness, 20. Second ward Albeit Johnson, 20; Albert K. .Miller, IS. Third ward Stanley Harris, 10; J. | H. Hicks, 10; It. G. Woods, 12. j CONTEST CASES° ARE INSTITUTED -------- i Three New Ones Are Begun in the u "" L,nd j Oscar W. Bunday (if tliia city has Instituted a contest case against Fred- ; erick Tohin of Canada, me charge he-1 ing abandonment. The tract is located in 12 2 , « 12-28. II- K Gels is the at j torney for the contestant. , Another contest case is that of! Bernard I' Heeney of this city vs. [ itoward ii.nk.n nip of Valentino,! abandonment being alleged, The homestead filing is 21 and 28-19-27. 1 Karl Kgeland of Valentine lias be- ; gun a contest ease against the home- ■ stead filing of Leroy Hornby of Seely, S. I)., the tract being situated In 17 18-27. G. F. Bmlweiser is attorney cases' 11 a 1 tw not| ce OF^SHAREHOLDERS' hohlers' 1 of'tli^Fergus County^Falr^s- I sodation at in o'clock on the morning of November 10, 191a, in the offices of the Lewistown Chamber of Commerce, for the purpose of ailing upon tlie, proposition of authorizing tlie sale or lease of tlie real and and personal property of ti.e at^ejatim^^ l it ulodgett! 11 Secretary The broad scope of the FEDERAL RE SERVE BANK SYSTEM will aid the NA TIONAL BANKS in offering greater safety and service to their customers. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK of LEW ISTOWN is a member of the FEDERAL RE SERVE ASSOCIATION under direct control of the UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. Interest compounded quarterly on SAV INGS DEPOSITS. Safety deposit boxes $2.50 to $15.00 pei' year. IRON FENCE TO BE BUILT AROUND CEMETERY GROUNDS The Lcwistown Cemetery associa tion, through its president. D. J. Mil ger, and its secretary. <L W Cook, will let a contract in the immediate future for the placing of an ornamental iron fence around the entire cemetery grounds west ot the city. Kugiueei Axel Refer has been at work during the past week making an accurate nr vey and plat of the old cemetery grounds, sounding which, hitherto, lias never been done. The lirst grave wen* placed there without system or order, and these* will he marked and identified as nearly as possible The old wodden fences, which now surround the two cemeteries, will he torn down and tlu* entire cemetery acreage, about 20 acres in all. will he enclosed hv new metal fencing, which will cost, it is estimated, about $2..»00. O WILL OPEN NEW PIANO STORE. W. S. Smith to Open Exclusive Music House for Sale of Baldwin Piano. \V S Smith has received a carload of Baldwin pianos and i: having them unloaded at I t W est Main street, where lie will open a piano store m I he wise building This will he an exclusive mush house and Mr Smith experts a man here the bet ol the week to take elm rge of li is new cut«u prise The Owner has been in the lurniture Ini: i ness in t IPs eit y for many yea i and is well known throughout this vn in I I x lie has the best wishes ot a large host of Iriemls in opening In new business © TH£ LIBRARY BOARD. At a rectMil meeting <>| the library hoard, prepaiatons were made tor as sinning nefv obligations given to that body by a ijeeonl act of tin* s|ah* leg,is latiire. An a< t was passed and ap proved on March X ol tin* present year providing that "the trustees of any public library in a citv or town must be appointtcd by tin* mayor by and Willi Hu* consent of Jin* council." The jail further states that number <>l j trustee, and their duties shall lie pre I scribed by ordinance and gives f Inin I the "exclusive power lo make roll i trai ls and expenditures for the sup j port and maintenance of the library and the pun base ol hooks and other (things for the library." All previous taels, that conflict with this one are i repealed by same. The library funds jam lo he deposited with the city Ireasurer, who w-ill use them a: di reeled by the hoard It appeal that the passage of this art was not gen • •rally known until ns cully , hut now the hoard Is prepared to assume lull charge. Resides preparing for this [work, the hoard appointed committees jand monthly reports, which were n*n dered showed the affairs ol the local library to la* in a flourishing eomli t ion. Farm Mortgages We u re | irej in rei I In make conservii! ive li tii iis on well i in |irnt eil I it rin in tlie .liuliili I'msin ui very reiisiiiiulile 1 'illes, We cun -ate money Cor niivmie wlm i- placing a new loan or clnin^in^ an exisi init iimrljfiif>e. Empire Bank and Trust Company LEWISTOWN, MONTANA _ _________........Z_____________ i } V % ■ M Lewisto J ----- r—------m. ———m — r | wj j III 1 r% neaaquarters tor Hams and bacons j p * 1 | • J t TCStl Smoked - tlOII6 better J ~**' v * j -------------------------- - j rj-i | , r» O 1 1 • ■ m I eLephone 60 1 , Lewistown, Montana J * 7 ' *».»***»* _________________ T r mr M m m _ _____ _ __________ _ * _ ------ ■ O— i j B ' A 1 1 |j /| ¥ jk ^ T j r A.JK1V1 LiVjAfNO | We furnish commutation money and make 1<>a,1S 00 farm Iallds and ^'2* Stock milCheS. , j We make a specialty of paying - off small liens j i i • . . and placing- the indebtedness into one large ! . ° j loan. J > , , Schmidt Bros. & Gi eely, Lewistown, Montana • Rooms 312 and 313, Bank-Electric Bldg.. A—__....___ FARMERS' FEDERATION MEETING AT GREAT FALLS NOVEMBER 9 \\ li. Talbot of Armington. presi dent of the Montana Farmers' Fed eration, has written to the Lewistown Chamber of Commerce, stating that the date ?;< t for tin* annual mooting of tin* federation i November !♦. The meeting will lie held at Lewistown. This fodeiT.tii i is composed of all the farmers' organizations all over the state, and Mr. Talbot states that if each one send from one to two dele gates it will mean in the neighborhood of l.hbO strangers in tin* city on the dale mentioned. The meeting of the federation wan held in Great Falls last year, the. ses sion enjoying great success. II. C. White ol liulfalo is the chairman of the executive committee. The local Chamber of Commerce will make all pia vious arrangements for the visitors, as well as assume charge of their en tertainment while they arc here. 5. WHITING ON A TRAIN BOARDED BY MASKED ROBBERS A telegram from Mrs. C I. Whit ing. w ho left Silt unlay for Lake City, Minn . .slates that site was among the passengers in the observation cur of the nlvmpian, who were held up by two masked men that hoarded the train as n left Glencoe, Sunday night. Mrs M inting, s message goes oil to say that the robbers confined their at tintion entirely to the men, leaving tin* women unmolested All uncle of Mi Whiting, who was traveling with her on 1 1 i k way home titter a visit in Lewistown. seemed very lit tle disturbed by the adventure, she states, although he is a man of Xt» years of age. It is reported that the robbers made off with about. $250, CHIROPRACTIC (I'rimotinrnd Kl-rn-praK-tlk.) Tlio principle of 1'lilropmctlc (nd jiiHl tlie cause ami the effect la elimi nated) Is right. Clinical observations of tens of thousnnds of cases at ths Fulmer School of Chiropractic show Unit Chiropractic adjustments remove I lie cause of every disease tlie human tiody Is heir to. Have the cause of your disease removed hy lulling spina] nil justiuents. B. J. WOOD Chiropractor No. 5 Crowley Block 'Phone 42S Lady Attendant ANALYSIS FREE AT THE OFFICE Hours—9 lo 12 a. m.; 2 to G p. iu., and 7 to 8 p. m.