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FERGUS WW1 1 Y ARGUS,. SEPTEMBER 20. 1907. 3 443SIREP,ACIUTIMPTI One cent a word each insertion pay- able in advance, for advertlesinents le this column. If not paid in advance 10 cents a line each insertion. Minimum charge for the insertion 26 cents. , waftfas. TO BUY OR LEASE 40 TO 160 acres suitable MT truck farm; with- in ten miles of Lewistown. Address Box 42, GUI_ Wile. -11-23-40 TAKEN UP. -4 ' TO THE RANCH 01 1 ' Buffalo Creek \'Sheep com- pany, one small gray horse branded on right shoulder. ()wa- ter can have same by proving property and pay - g expenses. 8-30-2t FOUND -...ONE SORREL HORSE branded with blotch brand on Left shoulder; had on a saddle made by W. H. Richardson, Malta; new rope on saddle And quirt. Owner please call at the old Brooks ranch 1.6 miles north of Kendall. Horse Was found between Elanchard ranch and Roy politoffice. Van M. Wareham. 9-6.11 FOR SAUL ONE 'SMALL PINTO PONY, WELL broken and gentle; 6 years old; cheap; address P. 0, Box 204, Ken- dall. 9-6-5to -- FOR RENT. FURNISHED ROOM, CORNER 4th avenue and Evelyn St. 9-6-4to TWO HANDSOME UNFITRNISHED front rooms. Enquire 606 - fifth Ave. North. 9-18-3to FOR RENT—ONE OR TWO FUR- nished rooms for gentleman or ladies. Close in. Apply at this office. CHARTER OAK COOK STOVE IN good condition; fine baker. Cheap. Enquire at this office. ROOM FOR RENT. LARGE WELL 31411111613:11flint room on ground floor for one or two gentlemen. Phone in 1161111o. 'Reasonable. 405 Montana street. 9-20-2t* STRAYED - WE WILL PAY $5 REWARD ILACH for return to old Brooke ranch on Salt ellen ot *ThliffiNtikeirliorses branded on leh thigh. Forty head are out. North Moccasin Livestock Co., Kendall. 9-6-4t* ONE BAY MARE BRANDED on left shoulder; weight about 1,100 pounds; also one light bay gelding branded r t on left hip; weight about 1,10411bs. Reasonable reward for their return to R. W. Jones, Kendall, Mont. 9-13-tf I LOCAL BREVITIES] _ A swell line of suit MIMI at The Fad. G. W. Kurrock, of Livingston, is in town. Winter underwear. Lehman's. R. Armour, of Salt Lake City, is in town. California blankets at The Fad. C. C. Long was in from Moore the first of the week. Wear the Russell glove. Lehman's. A. K. Carlisle was in the city this week from Helena. Gordon & Ferguson caps, the best made, at The Fad. .J. C. Neill, of Helena, registered at the Hoffman this week. Shotguns and rifles. Lehman's. D. H. McKenzie, of St. Paul, was a guest at the Hoffman this week. Get a box of crab apples, cheapest fruit for canning. Hopkins Bros. Stetson shoes $6 and $7 at The Fad. P. Bradley, of Kendall, registered at the Day House the first of the week. 100 per cent pure paint. Lehman's. Dr. Attix will return from eastern *liturgical clinics and resume his prac- tice Oct. 1st. Walk -Over shoes 43.60, $4 and $5 at The Fad. Ed. Fields and Vincent Gies, of Cone Butte, were in the city this week on mining business. Hydegrade Heatherbloom petticoats. Lehman's. Forbes Leslie, the Straw wool grow- er, has been spending several days in the county seat on busin.ess. Capps 100 per cent pure wool cloth- ing at The Fad. Al Heinicke expects to take his Scrappers to Garneill Sunday to play with the team at that place. Fiske hats, fall styles. Lehman's. P. J. Kelly, the popular Helena traveling man, Was in Lewistown this week looking after his trade. Calms 100 per cent pure wool cloth- ing at The Fad, Cashier R. L. Henderson, of the Kendall bank, and his wife, were in from the big gold camp this week. Jewel steel ranges. Lehman's. Joseph Tschudy, a popular Billings man who has many friends in Lev/1st- town, is visiting his brother-in-law, Hal Gibson, this week. gi - cies and clothing bet- ter at The Fad. The funeral services of little Van- cil McGlenning were held Sunday from the residence, the interment be- ing made at the city cemetery. Children's Jumper suits. Lehman's. Dick Lausch has returned from an outing in the Snowy mountains and is again at work In the postoffice. Dick brought back a deer with him. Stetson shoes $6 and $7 at The Fad. Belt Valley Times Rev. and Mrs. Win. Remington left for Billings this week. They expect to attend the Bap- tist state meeting to be held there this week. Children's camel hair coats. Leh - man's. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Harvey have sold the Postoffice News Depot to Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Close, and will leave shortly for California to spend the winter. The best ,mackinaw coat in the city $6 at The Fad. Lee Dysert, foreman at the new court house, has been joined by his wife and family from Spokane, and 111 now at home in the snug cottage on the court house square. Ladies Sorosis Suede oxfords. Leh - man's. Musselshell News: John Hogle, of Lewistown, owner of the Lewistown brewery, came In today to look after the building of his saloon and cold storage warehouse here. Strong & Garfield shoe $8.50 at The Fad. W. S. Shaw, of Flatwillow„ visited Lewistown this week on business. He brought in with him some fossil re- mains found during the summer by Prof. Wait and R. vonTobel, which will be placed in the high school Mus - eum. Ladies furs and coats. Lehman's. The Fort Benton River Press reports that Dan Nourse, of Havre, Is so ill at the St. Clair hospital that no hope of his recovery is entertained. Mr. Nourae was in Lewistown something over two years ago, and followed his trade here. Men's underwear In all grades at The Fad. C. M. Sherman, the painter who has been in poor health for some time past, accompanied by his wife, left for White Sulphur Springs this week in the hope of improving Mr. Sher - man's health. He is suffering from lead poisoning. Children's Jumper suits. Lehman's. A team representing the Power lidercantile company, and another rep- resenting the Scrappers, both aggre- gations being without several of their stars, played a game of base ball Sun- day, the Power boys winning by a score of 11 to 10. Gordon & Ferguson fur coats at The Fad. Ed. Silverthorne, the stock inspec- tor, has returned to the Musselshell country to resume his work in con- nection with the roundup of the Oscar Stephens cattle, which are being turn- ed over to the purchaser. Charles O'Donn.ell, of Yellowstone county. Jewel steel ranges. Lehman's. William Lorimer, who won the re- leY race at the state fair, last fall, has gone to Great Falls to take part In the relay race there, and later will enter for the big event at Helena. Billy has a good string of horses this year, and has the animals well train- ed. Jewel 8 1...hmarcg. tet7=e1 A. Cameron, lit Chicago, is visiting Lewistown. A swell line of Suit cases at The Fad. L. R. Howell, of Minneapolis, is In the city. Jewel hot blast heaters. Lehman's. Hopkins 13:0‘. are headquarters for crab apples. C. W. ping at the California of Chicago, is stop an. kets at The Fad, James Fel of St. Pa.:!, is • Hoffman hotted ast• Wear the Russell glove. Lehman's. Dr. Carl Sc.hulin, the oculist and aurist, will be here about October 1st, for a few days. 9-20-2t Gordon hats $3 at The Fad. T.L .Orr, who has been in Cascade county for some time, Is back In Lew- istown, and will reside on his ranch. Wooltex skirts. Lehman's. G. (lair, of *melts, has filed no- tice of appropriation of 200 inches of the waters of a tributary of Amelia creek. Strong & Garfield shoe $8.50 at The Fad. Charles J. Marshall, of the law firm of Ayers 8c Marshall, has gone to Chicago, and on his return will be ac- companied by his wife. Ladies fibrosis shoes. Lehman's. Harry Hendricks, the popular Hel- ena traveling man and formerly dep- uty clerk of the district court here, was in the city this week. Gordon & Ferguson caps, the best made, at The Fad. Hugh Green and Joseph Brulette have filed notice of location of the Windy Point claim, situated in the Cone Butte mining district. Shotguns and rifles Lehman's. L. C. Wilson and O. F. Wasmans- dorff, of the local Masonic lodge, went to Bute this week to attend the meeting of the grand lodge. The best mackinaw coat in the city $6 at The Fad. J. W. Luton and daughter, Kiss Anna, left for Butte this week, and while gone Mr. Luton will attend the meeting of the Masonic grand lodge. Fiske hats, fall styles. Lehman's. Mary E. Conlan, of Garneill, has filed notice of appropriation of lee inches of the waters of two springs in section 22, township 11 north of range 16 east. Walk -Over shoes $3.50, $4 and $5 at The Fad. Rev. Henry Quickenden and family arrived at Omaha last Friday after- noon, and Mr. Qttickenden is now fair- ly installed as pastor of the Dundee Presbyterian church. Men's washable linen neckties. Leh - man's. Mrs. W. H. Cornelius, of Kansas City, arrived here last week and is visiting her brother George Eastman. of Warm Spring creek, and another brother at Harlowton. •411111111111•111111,111111106•11111111M • •1111111111111111 =ID • 1101111111N11114•1.4 11 , 11 'POWER MERCANTILE CO I Leaders in Low Prices and Advertisers of Facts I . READY=TOATEAR SECTI 'Eheilest-at the Price, No Matter What the Price Is the motto of our Women's Garment Depts. Upon this principle we have built such strong patronage that our ready-to-wear section is the foremost in the city. STYLE AND ECONOMY GO HAND IN HAND AT POWERS. TheltlinTRIICTITS - SUIT Newest Fall Styles ,Fresh from the Makers' Ladies' and Misses' Suits ranging in price from 12.50 to 75.00 'LADIES' COATS We have the short as well as the long style coats 12 inch Broadcloth coats, beautifully braided collar - teas atyle. This is a model that will meet requirement for dress as well as service SPECIAL AT -- 12.50 We are showing a full line of Ladies Coats, all styles, worth up to 50:01 .. - , .... . c 16 Children's and 'Misses' Coats Children's Teddy Bear Coats, lined :7A i, -, ill ' 1 ft b ,, / : ,.= 1. -1 throughout, special . . . . . j a . , . SILKS ases beautifully imprinted with flowers Silk‘ , Gu • and foliage. There is no silk that lends itself , I. , iv * - 4i.kit4 so gracefully to draping into exquisite evening wear per yard . . . . . . . . 1.65 8 0 I_ - 1 I I I OIIIIIINIIIIID MIMI 1111I MOO 200 boxes of crab apples secured by Hopkins Brothers, 0. 0. Ramsey, of Straw. was In town this week on busilLese Ladies Sorosis shoes. Lehman's. R. Gibson and wife have gone out to their ranch fur an extended stay. Stein Bloch clothing at The Fad. E. F. McLean and wife and Mrs. Dobeon, of Kendall, are at the Day Souse. Enameled cooking utensils and crockery. Lehman's. Lyle Smith has returned from an extended overland trip through Yel- lowstone county. The swellest line of overcoats In the city at The Fad. Lady cateress—Mrs. J. M. Rose will prepare luncheons, parties and ban- quets; will go to your homes. Tele- phone No. 89, Mutual. 8-23-4 Jack Humphry, C. E. Stetter and Oscar Stetter have filed notice of la cation of the Lavine, Lucky Strike, Blue Grouse, Black Bear and Jewel sapphire claims, all located at Yogo. Enameled cooking utensils and crockery. Lehman's. Clifford Miller, who acted as chief deputy In the office of the county assessor during the past year. return- ed from a visit to Minneapolis Satur- day, and is now acting as deputy in the office of the clerk of the district court. The swellest line of overocats in the city at The Fad. Misses Miriam and Margaret Croft, who have been spending the summer wffh their father, J. M. Croft, left for Waterbury, Conn., Wednesday morn- ing, In company with Miss Madge Eldridge, who goes east to resume her studies. Children's imitation fur coats. Leh - man's. Mrs. J. B. Hitch and daughter, Myr- tle, left Tuesday morning for Char- lotte, North Carolina, where tney will visit Mr. Ritch's mother for some time, and on their return trip will stop at New York. They will be away about two motiths. You cau buy shoes and clothing bet- ter at The Fad. Some fine coal is now being taken out of the mine near Windham, own- ed by John P. Barnes and Walter Larssen. The property is rapidly be- ing developed, and before winter is over will be in shape to turn out 100 tons of first class coal per day. Ladies furs and coats. Lehman's. K. L. McBurney, a popular employe of the Montana Hardware company, and Miss Cora Bean were married at the home of the bride Friday evening last. Rev. J. A. Martin, of the Metho- dist church, performing the ceremony in the presence of a large number of friends of the contracting Parties. Gordon & Ferguson fur coats at The Fad. Meagher County Republican: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mayn were in front their ranch on Wednesday. Mr. Mayu had Just returned from Chicago, where he marketed his cattle, and is very much elated over the price received for them. He sold his steers—all two:; and threes—for $4.75 straight, the cows at $4.00 straight, being about 75 Cents better than last year. Enameled cooking utensils and crockery. Lehman's. Billings Journal: ' Dr. W. X. Sud- duth, the well known dry -land farm- er, was in the city last night super- intending the unloading and starting, of his 25 -horse -power traction engine. , which he recently purchased. The machine is guaranteed to haul a 10 - dick plow over the fields without stop- ping between drinks. It is being ta: ;i north of the city. Winter underwear. Lehman's. David Hilger returned from Helena and Butte Saturday evening, after having met the parties there who are interested with the Lewistown men in the deal for the purchase of the' Cruse ranch and sheep at Flatwiliow. The big transaction Is now practical., ly closed up. and articles of incor poration of the new company that will take over the property will be filed early in the month. Men's underwear in all grades at The Fad. Musselshell News: Mr. W. 0. Hinckley, of the Rocky Mountain Bell Telephone company, came in this morning from his headquarters at Lew- istown. Mr. Hinckley was accompan- ied by a force of men, and at once turned his attention to an energetic campaign for putting up the poles and wires for the new telephone exchange. Fie says his company has great con- fidence in the rapid and permanent growth of Harlowton, in which be fully shares. Gold Seal rubbers and overshoes at The Fad. The war department at Washington has notified a number of United States senators and members of the house of representatives that they will be en- titled to designate candidates to fill cadet vacancies which will occur a; the United States military academy at West Point by the graduation of the class of 1908. Among the vacan- cies will be one from the state of Montana, which will be tiled by Cod- gressman Charles N. Pray. The nom- inations for these vacancies, it Is an- nounced, may be made at any time prior to January 1, 1908. Hydegrade Heatherbloom petticoats. Lehman's. The marriage of Miss Donna Mae Rohrbacker and William Davis will take place at the tipper Cottonwood hall Sunday. Sept. 29 at high noon, announcements having been sent out today. Miss Rohrbacker Is practical- ly a Lewistown girl, having attended the schools in this city and resided here a good deal of the time. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Rohrbacker, of Cottonwood. Mr. Dav- is Is a popular employe of the Mon- tana Hardware company, and both of the young people have a host of friends In Lewistown who will extend their warmest congrdlulatIons. Wooltex skirts. LehM1111 . 11. All of the colored graders who were held in the .county Jail as witnesses for the state In the case of Press Sum- mers, charged with the murder of an other negro grader at the camp near Straw recently, have been released and are again at work. An arrange- ment was made whereby these men will be under guard of a special deP- My until such time as they are want- ed at the trial. This will aave the county the sent of $1.50 per day each to which they were entitled, as well as the expense of boarding them. Summers, who has been held with. ant ball, will be tried some time next Month. Meo's Mussing union snits at The Fed. We Stake Our Reputation On the Quality of These Clothes ri MADE IN Ng b 1 :4 01TIC There isn't much satisfaction in buying a suit that begins to show its lack of reliability by the time you have worn it a week or two, yet in a large proportion of clothes, especi- ally if you make cheapness the basis of your selection, you are able to get this result: it's easy enough to make claims and to talk about the label, but itisn't the label - you are going to wear. It would be a poor protection in ,eold weather. It's the quality of the clothes that counts. The store that handles clothing that is not dependable, and knows it, is certainly not worthy of respect or patronage; yet some ex- perienced buyers for stores may be deceived in the same way that you may be fooled into buying a suit that looks all right when you get it, but soon shows its lack of quality. We know what we buy and what we sell, and we know that there is nothing better than our . - lines of clothing mad&Oy Alfred Benjamin G. Co.. New York and Kuh Nathan Fischer's Sincerity clothing. After all it's the clothes that make the label worth looking for. We guarantee every suit and overcoat bearing these labels, and if it doesn't come out just right, we will refund your money, or ex- change the suit for one that is right. Prices range from $30.00 down to 10.00 A full and complete line of Staley all -wool underwear. sizes 34 toi50. Prices 3.00 to 8.00. •ower Mercantile Co. The R.eliiible Store