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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 27 April 1904

THEMONTANA NEWS. VOL.II. itajSafety .f Mwtwaj LEW'STOWN,MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27, 1904. NO.18. 'SheFarmers^Real Condition TheAmerican farmer is a distinct^t and peculiar social factor. No other^age has anything comparable to him.^No other nation has his counterpart.^His problems, his history and his^fntnrc evolution present complica^^tions and relations unknown else^^where. At the same time he is more^closely united to great world ques^^tions than any previous race of tillers^of the soil. He is part of the great^social development of his age to a^greater extent than the farmers of^any other nation, past or present,^tor these reasons the voluminous^literature on the '''Agrarian (Jnes-^tion^ in European countries is of^little value to the student of Ameri^^can agricultural problems, save in^relation to the most general phases^of the subject. Anydiscussion of the subject in^Europe must, to a large extent, be^based upon the survivals and rem^^nants of feudalism. The ure.it es^^tates...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 27 April 1904

! JUDITH-BASINNEWS J,II. WALHH. Publisher LKVVISTON, MONTANA Mmc.Patti will take home $400,000^profits. If that Isn't farlas well, what to! Itbegins to look as if the Missouri^mule may aa well be getting ready^(or a aea voyage. Japanhas millions for war, and It^would do well to keep them for loco^^motives and brlc a-brac. Turkeyhaa promised to make full^reparation, and hopes we will be good^enough to let it go at that. Itmay be that the Turkish soldier^smokes a better brand of coffin nail^than the British soldier does. KingEdward swore the other day^and now New York is threatened^with a shocking wave of profanity. Andjet many more persons have^been hurt in railway accidents thla^year than in flying machine accidents. Learnedethnologists have discov^^ered that all tnbh. within the arctic^circle are of one race^tLe blubber^race. Thereare heavy fogs in Paris this^winter, owing no doubt to the sud^^den good will between that city and^London. AllFools' day appears to have^played a part w...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 27 April 1904

EVEREVANS WAS INVENTOR OF^FIRST AMERICAN HORSELESS WAGON Theworld moves slowly until it gets^a good start, and then It goes with a^whiz. Which may be the reason why^the world has gone ahead faster and^flintier during the last six thousand^years than it did during the previous^tlx million years of Its existence. As^the Creator of the world had to watt,^mid no doubt worry, a long, long time^before it became fairly started. It la^not to lie wondered at that men in^utcr times who seek to Introduce^^omethlng new and strange must also^wait and worry before it gets a start. Skippingthe hundreds of inventions^nf the last thousand years, we come^to Mm automobile, which In some re^^ject; Is the latest of the really great andhe now began to feel the burden of^the poor Inventor. He knew what ha^could do, what he had done, but there^was no man with money who thought^as Oliver did, and ho struggled along,^aa the moneyless must. Hedid not confine himself exclusive^^ly to steam engines, or road wag...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 27 April 1904

Till:MONTANA NEWS. ISSUEDWEEKLY. J.H. WALSH Editor and Proprietor. Enteredat tli^- Post Office for transmission throughtho mail at second class rates. SUBSCRIPTION,tt.50 PER YEAH. Advertii-i'iifRaicR made Known upon applica^^tion at thin office. 4WOffice in the Prank Pick building.rear of^Moii'..i;.i Hardware Co. Any subscriber not receiv-^1 ing the News regularly should^^ notify this office at once. It^^ only takes a one cent postal^' card. Our mailing list is prac^^tically perfect, and many errors^are carlessly made at certain^postoffices, and our readers^can assist us greatly in prompt^^ly notifying this office of the^same. Changein Name Inaccordance with an announce^^ment, in a former issue, this week^the News makes a slight change in^its name, from The Judith Basin^News to The Montana News. This^change is made on account of the^fact that the paper is growing from^a local paper to a state paper, and^because it is expected to force it to^a large state circulation before the^finis...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 27 April 1904

V Millinery V OurLine of Millinery l^ now Complete with all the latest^styles of Hats and Trimmings as well as a large stock trim^^med Hats ranging In price from $1.00 up 9 9 9)^fS^^Tir^r^r1^ Our Stock of Dry Qood* and foot-^*Jl J UUUUO Wtar is complete and prices low 9 J* Fruits and Confectionery J Wehave refitted up our fruit and confectionery depart^^ment and will handle everything in this line 9 /V Murray ^ Murray V OFA LOCAL NATIRL Thebest 5 cent cigar in town at^Edgecombe's. Thebest and cheapest pipe in^town at Kdjjccombe's. Watchthe bargain counter at the^tlilt Kdtfe Mercantile Store. Thelocal thirst parlors are dis^^playing Milwaukee beer signs. Pianosand ^ )rgans at the ^Art^^Music Store on easy payments. MissJosie Hum has returned^home from her extended trip east. Music,will be 0 prominent feature^at the Orchestra dance Friday night. Wepay cash for nidus and pelts.^^Lewistown Meat ^ Provision Co. JohnShea the old time miner and^prospector is visiting Lewistown to^^day. For...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 27 April 1904

LINKSTO TIIF. LIVER. Letpoets rave, as poets will, Alioutthe henrt Hnd soul.^An^1 In MM high tOMd ^minct stilt Tholrlofty worth extol.^!. whn must walk In humble ways Andmodest muses woo,^I write this simple song; to pralso The liver Rood and true. What'sheart or soul to mortal nun, WIihI'hanything, alack!^To us poor billons creatures when Tileliver's out of whaek^^\Vhil^ sentiment. 1 tnke It. I* Allwell enough and Mo*,^Yi t whin we come rl^ht down to ^his, Theliver cuts the lee. Ho.don't you to the spooney bards' Softsentiment Hiiceumh.^Kor ho who highest truth regards Willkeep his liver plumb.^He knows that heart Mki soul may blesa Amortal. In a way.^Kilt, oh! they're both ^N. a.^ unless^Your liver's all ^O K. TULIP llrMIM'.KVA M. I.IMU N. |rThe Autkori Puktithinj Company Hewas a tall. EtMt, white haired^^ld man of seventy ^ir more. He lived^ilone^Just across tho street, in an^^lil fashioned frame building, covered^ivith vines and creepers. In front was^i little plot ^ a r.arrow B...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 27 April 1904

MRS iKSNiaWas Given Up fiSS.^Pe=ru=na Saved Her Life. CIt wis ostsrrh of 1h# lungt to common In tht winter months, i N5S.JWfflDRI5CQLL MlaaJural* Drlscoll, 870 I'm nam^At*., Brooklyn. N. Y., Writes: Ifpeople knew how efficient^Peruam was In the cure of ca^^tarrh, they would not hesitate to^try It. I bare all the faith la the^world In It aa It cured me, and^I have never known of a case^when the person wan not cured^In a abort time.^ Jennie Drie.^coll. Mrs.Col. E. J. Gretham, Treasurer Daughters of the Confederacy and Presi^^dent Hrrndnn Village Improvement Society, writes the following letter^from Hernden, Fairfax Co., Vs.: Hbbsdbx,Vs.. Thareruns Medicine Co., Columbus, Ohio: Gentlemen ^^/ cannot speak too highly of the value of Peruna.^I believe that I owe my lite to Its wonderful merits. I suffered^with cmtanh of the head and lungs In Its worst form, until the^doctors fairly gave me up, and I despaired of ever getting well^again. /noticed your advertisement and the splendid testimo...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 27 April 1904

GiltEdge-Whisky Gulch^STAGE LINE^****** marshalJACKSON. Proprietor^^*^ a* leaveCiilt e^1g^- 7 a ^ Ar LfvIXoi d 10:.m a m^l^^ LewiMimn 1:30 p m Ar Gilt lular 5:X^|^ m Dentistry,Dr. M. M. H eda bs. Crownand Itridge Work. Telephone^Office oeer Jadith Hardware Co.^W Local Anaeetbettc for Painless Extrac- tHMi. BenJohnson^Xxpr*3SS ^ Delivery ScavengerWork Given^f*rompt Attention l.F.WKSTOWN,MONTANA 415he Cla^ss Fight BYA. T. HARVEY Lewistown Bakery, Kelly^ Dougherty Proprietor^Only Particular Union bakery I.ewistown's Leading Bakerv.^BREAD, CAKES AND PIES^FRESH EVERY DAY.^WEDDING AND FANCY CAKES^A SPECIALTY.^^^,. Telephone 56.^Lewistown^* Mont DJ KANE CONTRACTOR AND 3KBU1LDER. Officeaad Shop Work a Specialty WindowFrames, Doors and^Store Fronts of Anv Kind Fur-^nished on Short Notice. D.J. KANE, aLewistown, Montana DrE. H. LEWISTOWN.MONT. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. TELEPHONE65. JudithSteam laundry. GuaranteesSatisfaction at^C GREAT FALLS PRICES. NORTHERN PACIFIC} RAILWAY VestibuledTrains Din...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 4 May 1904

5./r- THEMONTANA NEWS. VOL.IL LEWI8T0WN,MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, 1901. NO.33. T5heFarmer^and Socialism BYA. W. KICKKK. Forthe first time in the history of^the American Socialist movement,^its national convention will be fairly^representative of the various elements^which make up the exploited class^of our population. Every state and^territory in the union has now one^or more locals paying dues to the^national, state or territorial organi^^zations. This will assure us a con^^vention made up of delegates from^shop, mine, office, factory and farm^and at least would teem to carry^with it the assurance that our declar^^ation of principles and purposes will^be broad enough to cover the whole^industrial class. It goes without^saying that there will be differences^of opinion, sharp antagonisms, dis^^cussions galore, and that oat of it^all will come a clearer statement of^the position of the party on ques^^tions which confront ns. I do not^care to discuss all of the propositions^submitted,...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 4 May 1904

THKMONTANA NEWS. ISSCtI) WKRKl V. J.M WALSH Editor and Proprietor. Enteredat the Pont Office for tranaraiaaioa^throuih ilu- mail at necnnd claaa rttM. SUHSCKIPTION.H.X PER YEAH. Advertising-KateH made known upon applica-^(ion at thia office. OfficeIn the Kiank Pick building-.roar of^Montana Hardware Co. Anysubscriber not receiv^^ing the News regularly should^notify this office at once. It^onlv takes a one cent postal _^card. I ^ur mailing list is prac- ]|^tically perfect, and many errors^are carlessly made at certain^pbstofTices, ami our readers^can assist us greatly in prompt^^ly notifying this office of the^same. Morethan 2,000,000 trade union^^ists fight capitalists for 364 days in^the year, but on the 365th vote cap^^italists into power. Ifthe redemocans of I.ewistown^cant herd the working class into^bull pens they can decorate them^with the ball and chain. Ithas been pertinently said that^the Constitution should follow the^flag. But there is no room for^doubt that the injunctio...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 4 May 1904

tWWV\WWW'\\\VVV\\WWVVVWVWV\WV\\\W'VW- V Millinery V OurL.lne of Millinery Is now Complete with all the latest^styles of Hats and Trimmings as well as a large stock trim^^med Hats ranging In price from $1.00 up ^ ^ ^ ^^Tl.-./ r^oorl*i Our Stock of Dry Goods and foot-^y V^^u^a wear is complete and prices low 3 j Fruits and Confectionery J Wehave refitted up our fruit and confectionery depart^^ment and will handle everything In this line S J vMurray ^ Mvirray v OFA LOCAL NATIM at Thebest 5 cent cijrar in town^Edgecombe's. C.M. (ioodell ^'f I'hilbrook was^in town Friday. Thebest and cheapest pipe in^town at Edgecombe's. KrnestHullard was in the city the^first of the week. Watchthe bargain counter at the^Gill Kdge Mercantile Store. W.I). Deaton is ill at the Schro^^der Hospital on 5th avenue. Pianosand Organs at the ^Art^^Music Store on easy payments. AndrewMace and wife were in^town from Kendall Monday. Musicwill be a prominent feature^at the (^rchestra dance Friday ni^ht. C,M. Scholt o...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 4 May 1904

GiltI dire W hisky Gulch^STAGE L1N AJL iARSHALjackson, Proprletoi^* X SP The Class Fight 3 BYA. T. HARVEY VearcClllt Kdfe 7 ^ ^ Ar Lrwrntown M ^ a m^l.^ UaMMN ItS P ni Ar MM Edtre Ml r ^ DR. Dfntistry,M. M. HEDQES nand Bridge Work. Tcleph OSrrott Jedith Hardware Co,^^ Local AsMeeathetic for Phinlewi Eatrac BenJohnson Delivery xpress ScavengerWork Given^Prompt Attention e* I.FWISIOWN, MONTAN A Lewistown Bakery, Kelly^ Dougherty Proprietor^Only Particular Union Bakery Lbwistown's Leaping Bakehv.^BREAD, CAKES AND PIES^FRESH EVERY DAY.^WEDDING AND FANCY CAK* AS.'F.C.Af.TY.^^^r. Telephone 56.^Lewistown*#^ Mont DJ KANE Thosofriends of labor who blos^^som like the wild rose in June, their^friendship like its bloom lasts but a^few days. Such a friend was con^^gressman Foerderer of whom a^brother exploiter in congress said:^^He was an employer on such fra^^ternal terms with his employes that^strikes in his establishment were im^^possible. The unsophisticated read^^er wonld be prone to believ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 11 May 1904

OrsU, J^^ Lr^ii aX JLuC THEMONTANA NEWS. VOL.1L LEWISTOWN,MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 11, 1904. NO.It TheSocial^Opportunity BYC.KO. I^. HKRRON. Thereis no one to well prepared'^as the Socialist to interpret current^events. The daily history of the^station and the world ought to be^the Socialist's university. Kvery^event, from the Philippine war to^the Chicago theater fire, from the^\,revision of our public school system t the latest historical novel, ought^^ be aeized upon as a platform up^^on which the Socialist should stand^and speak his interpretative message.^He should show what each event or^development means in the light of^the economic law of history, and in^Ithe light -^f the Socialist hope for a worldof fellowship. Forinstance, there has been much^ignorant and fruitless discussion on^so-caUed ^imperialism^ this last^five or six years, in* both England^^nd America. The Socialist has^been the only one who could inter^^pret these present day wars of con^^quest, these mere picnics ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 11 May 1904

THEMONTANA NEWS. J.H. ISSUFHWEKK1.Y. WAL5M Editor and Proprietor. Enteredat the P^^t Office for tranamiashm^through thr mall at ^eron^l claaa rate*. SUBSCRIPTION.PKR YEAR. AdvertisingRati^ made known npiin applica^^tion at lhi^ nfficft WOffice in the Frank Pick building.rear of^Montana Hardware Co. VVVtWWVWVWJ Anvsubscriber not receiv^^ing the News regularly should^notify this office at once. It^on*v takes a one cen. postal^card. Our nailing list is prac^^tically perfect, and nianv errors^are carlessly made at certain^postoffices, and our readers^can assist us greatly in prompt^^ly notifying this office of the^same. Theunion men of Spokane seem^to have discovered a traitor iu J.^Mortin President of the Trades^Council. They threw him out of^the hall. C.ood for Spokane. toa vote preventing the usual^juggling which labor legislation i^^subjected too in old party councils,^and thus put quite a different com^^plexion on the matter. The old^party aldermen were afraid to vote^against the m...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 11 May 1904

V Millinery V OurLine of Millinery l^ now Complete with all the latest^styles of Hats and Trimmings as well as a large stock trim^^med Hats ranging in price from $1.00 up 9 ) 9 9^T^ f^nnflc Our Stock of Dry Good* and foot-^MJt J UUUW^ wear is complete and prices low 3 jm Fruits and Confectionery J* Wehave refitted up our fruit and confectionery depart^^ment and will handle everything In this line S Je VMurray ^ Murray V %VVVVVVMVVVVV%VVVVVVVVV\VVVVVV%VVVVVt OFA LOCAL NATURE 1 Thebest 5 cent cifctx in tow Edgecombe's. Thebest and cheapest pipe in^town at Kdjjecotnbe's. JohnMessner of L'tica was in^town Moat4 j. i'ianosand Organs at the ^Art^^Music Store on easy payments. CurlyVan is reported to hare^sold his saloon to Art. Wright. Musicwill be a prominent feature^at the Orchestra dam e Friday night. SwenHolland the sheepman of^the North fork transacted business^in town l riday. Wepay cash for hides and pelts.^^Lewistown Meat ft Provision Co. SiclFrost from Forest drove^sojoufked with...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 11 May 1904

r GiltEdge-Whisky Gulch^STAGE LINE *x J MARSHALJACKSON, Proprietor A %^ 4* IanKilt Edge ^ a at Ar l*-w1^*owa i0:3^ a^1.^ l^wl^town 1:30 p ai Ar Kilt Bdge 5:30 p m Dkntistry,DR. M. M. HEDOES Crnunana Bridge Work.Telephone H OSrroTer Jadith Hardware Co.^^r Local Aaaaataelir for I'aialeHa Extrac BenJohnson^^xpreSS g Delivery ScavengerWork Given ^^Prompt Attention *^* UtWMlUVsV,montana Lewistown Bakery, Kelly^* Dougherty Proprietor^Only Particular Union Bakery Lbwistown's Leading Bakery. bread,cakes and pies^fresh every day.^weddim; and fancy cakes^a specialty. Brtu Telephone 56.^Ixwistown ^ *^^ *** Mont DJ KANE CONTRACTOR AND xBUILDER. OfficeandlShop Work a Specialty Hindow Frames, ^ Doors and^Store Fronts of Anv kind Fur-^^is lied on Short Notice. D.J. KANE, Ijewistown, Montana DrE. H. S^* LEWISTOWN.MONT.^***** PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.^telephone 65. JudithSteam LAUNDRY.Guarantees Satisfaction at^^ great FALLS PRICES. NORTHERN PACIFIC5 RAILWAY VestibuledTrains DiningCars TIMECAR.D-LOMBAR...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 18 May 1904

THEMONTANA NEWS. VOLII. LEWISTOWN,MONTANA, WEDNESDAY. MAY IK, 11)01. NO.35. Debsand Hanford, Socialist Standard Bearers! TheNational Socialistconvention^which convened May i at Chicago,^and continued in session for six days,^adjourning May 6th, marks an ep^^och in the history of American poli^^tics. Nearly every state and terri^^tory was represented by a good del^^egation, and many alternates were^also present. Theconvention had oa its floors^nearly every nationality ia the civi^^lized world, which showed strongly^its International scope. Among^those who might be mentioned and^who are generally and popularly^known to the average Socialist by^reading their writings or hearing^them lecture were: Kugene V. Debs,^Ben Hanford, Simons, Cnterman,^Richardson, O'Mally, Spargo. Wil-^kins, Titus, Fathers Mctlrady and^Hagerty, Wilshire, Herron, Mills^and Wills of the noted state of Kan^^sas, a number of lady delegates who^were surely able to hold their own^on the convention floor with any of^th...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 18 May 1904

THEMONTANA NEW8. ISSlKll U K! V. J.M WALSH Editor and Proprietor. Kut.Tfdat Hie NM Office for ^ranBmi*^ion^through the mail at worn! clasp raw^. BUIISCKII'TION.Si^U I'KR YKAK. AdTcriiKinsKate* madr taill uiimi applica^^tion at thin o( Officein the Frank Pick liuildimr.r.var of^Montana BtliWlH ' Anysubscriber not receiv^^ing the News regularly should^notify this office at once. It^only takes a one cent postal^card. Our mailing list is prar^^tically perfect, and many errors^are carlessly made at certain^postofrices, and our readers^can assist us greatly in prompt^^ly notifying this office of the^same. aey^_-^^******* Theunion coal miners of the^Borg coal mine were locked out last^Saturday afternoon; the difficulty is^a continuation of the wage slave's^trouble. Hearstof the Chicago American^and other yellow journal fame is^playing hard to buy a seat in the^White house through the poluted^democratic channel. Thereis no doubt that the ^bar^^rel, booze and boodle party^ are^persistent wor...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 18 May 1904

VW\WVVV\W\\WV^ViW\VWV\W\VWW*WV\WVV* V Millinerv V Millinery OurLine of Millinery Is now Complete with all the latest^styles of Hat* nnd Trimmings as well as a large stock trim^^med Hats ranginR in price from $1.00 up 9 9 9 9^T^t--. r o#~lfl^S ^^l,r stotk ^' ,)ry Good* and foot-^~2J^_^_^^^ wear is complete and prices low 9 jm Fruits and Confectionery J Wehave refitted up our fruit and confectionery depart^merit and will handle everything in this line 7 VMurray ^ Murray v vvvvvvvvvv^vvvvvvv\%\vvvvvvv^vv^vv^vvvvvv aepan- , ZJ OFA LOCAL NATURE Askfor White Russian SeeMrs. Culver for -^|^ririje niil- HMiy. Thebest 5 cent ajgir in town at^Edgecombe's. PianosMdOrgSM At the ^Art^^Music Store on easy payments. Wepay cash for hidss and pelts.^^Lewistown Meat \ Provision Co. Forabstracts of ranch or city^property see ('. M. Kelly, Lewis-^town. AttorneyRo\ \vres was attend^to legal business in (lameiil last^Wednesday. buyyour spring millinery of Mrs.^Ojlver where you will find correct^styles an...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 18 May 1904

OUtEdge-Whisky Gulch^STAGE LINE^* * j MARSHALJACK50N, Proprietor let-areOil! Edge *ihAt Kewiatnwn 10:30 a m^1.t Lewiatnwa 1:30 p n Ar BUI Edire ttM P m 3f The Class Fight 2f BYA. T. HARVEY DR Dkntistry,M. M. H EDQ ES Crownand Riidre Work. Telephone^Office ovrr Judith Hardware Co.^a^t^ Local Auaealtaetic for Paiuamui Eatrac- (MM. BenJohnson^KxpreSS ^ Delivery ScavengerWork divert^Prompt Attention LEWISTOWN,MONTANA Lewistown Bakery* Kelly^ Dougherty Proprietor^Only Particular Union Bakery Lbwistown's Leaping Bakery.^BREAD, CAKES AND PIES^FRESH EVERY DAY.^WEDDING AND FANCY CAKES^A SPECIALTY.^Mu Telephone 56.^Lewistown Mont DJ KANE CONTRACTOR AND sBUILDER. Officeand Shop Work a Specialty WindowFrames, Doors and^Store Fronts of Anv Kind Fur^^nished on Short Notice. D.J. KANE, jewistown, Montana Dr-E. H. S^^^l We have just given $1,500,-^000 IB erect a cathedral in St. Paul.^This we is not the editorial we, but^stands for the people of the country^in general, and the residents of the^nort...

Publication Title: Montana News
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