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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 5 February 1909

_Har'arlbvbwton News ilItori ci-ety f The Continuation of The Muae.tohII Naw. VOL. 8 7i 3i ` ` HARLOWTON. MEAGHER COUNTY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1909 No. 32 A BOOST FOR HARLOWTON Iorth Dakota Daily Contains Two Page Write-up on Town- BDudnes Interests. Perhaps the best p'ece of single ad vertising the town of Hiarlow ton has yet had appears in the Grand Forks Evening Times of February 1st. The town is called "The Prideof the Mus selshell Valley" and this name is placed in large red letters across the top of the front page. The second page of the paper is entirely devoted to a write-up on the different busi ness houses and industries of the town. The advantages and oppor tunities are set forth without exag geration. every business interest has some mention; and all treated fairly. The writeup covers about two pages of solid matter. This summary, appearing as it does in the best daily of North Dakota, with a circulation of about 20,000 go ing into the homes of the people liv ing...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 5 February 1909

CALABRIA 4I', fp~· Mýi FROM MOORE. Taken From the Column of the Inland Empire. After an abs)ence of five weeks from the city, during whicll lime lie has been confinend in tle Siters' hiospital al Lewistowni, Elmnr Sisson retlurned hone Wednesday. It is Iieedless to sa! that Elimer's many frie(nds were peasedl to see him.e Snre:ak thlievecs are again i perating in this section of tile country and mrnlmy robbelriies f hioimesteader's cal,ins are rep.,rtedl. Amllorlg other places t hat have been visited is E. (). Hledrick's claim, which is located alovt 10 mieis ion rl of Moore. When Mir. Hedrick ret lurued to his home siead last Friday evening lie found thatt everythling in I tlie house had been stolern, tile lhiev'es taking even tie dish p;an. ( ilicers have several p,rties under sourveilanice who are suopec\el oh beirlng inite.iested. Anoltier contestl was added to its Vi.i .moes Ies i, lie Moo ,re Dowliirg team Sal urdlay eveninlg cl Iomn lthey defeated tlie 11arlowton1 Iouvs on i ...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 5 February 1909

The Harlowton News A. H. EISELEIN. Editor and Publisher. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTIOIN. One Year ........................ $2.50 Subscription Payable in Advance. ADVERXIS:NG RATES FURNISHEt ON APPLICA'- ION Entered as second-class matter August 2d. 1906. at the postoffice at Harlowtoti. Montana under the act of congress of N~io h 3dl. 1w.7. Subscribers who fall to receive their paper will please notify this office. Subscribers deslirng address changed. pleas' give former address. as well as new one. NOTICE Copy for change of advertising must be In this office by Tuesday evening to receive the proper attention Just a Word. SHE undersigned wishes to an nounce in this issue of The News that he will henceforth manage the affairs and shape the destiny of this paper, having bought the same from E. F. Ross' and A. C. Graves. This being the first issue under the new management we think it is a very op portune time to say a few words ex planatory to the existing condi In s and as to the future polic...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 5 February 1909

LODGE Ot tRECTO RY I. O. 0. F. CARBONATE LODGE No. 39 psts every Tuesday night In Urner hall. Viutlng brothers cordially invited to attend. U. C. PmRKINS Noble Grand. NOTICE TO EAGLES The Harlowton Aerie of Eagles. No. 1741. maseet every second and fourth Thursdlav In th, month. Visiting and sojournlng mmoers ar cordially invited to attend. HENRY WUBEs. W. P. montana Uatlroab Co. Time card effective March 16 Leave. (N. P. Ry Arrive. 7:10 a. m....... Helena......7:05 p. m Leave. (Mont. R. 1. (o.) Arrive 9.00 a. m. n..... Lonbrd .... 4:20 p. in 9"30 a. in.....) Deer I'ark ....:3:4` p. m 9:50 a. mI ......Maullow ....:;:31 p. in 0:05 a. in .. Jostpline ...3"16 p. min 10:19 a in .... Blaker's......:3:02 p. in 10:49 a n ......Sixteen..... 2:24 p. m 11;29) a. m........i den......1:57 p. ni 11:50 a. in..., tols"''.....l:;30 p. nm 12:06 p. in..... ulnuiii ....12:50 p. in 12:46 p. m..... L .nntp.....2l:4(1 p. in 1:54 p. i ....Mail in..iale . 1:391 at. mi 2:27 p. ill..... Twdid,t .... 1 :(j a....

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 5 February 1909

Olsey-Lee On Sunday evening, January 31st Mr. Clarence A.Olney and Miss Jessie M.Lea both of Harlowton were united in marriage. The ceremony took place at the home of the bride's moth er. Mrs. T. Porter on Main street. The wedding was a quite ceremony, only the immediate friends of the con tracting parties were present, with Rev. Krleger, the Methlodist pastor of this charge officiating. Both the bride and groom are well known in Harlowton, raving lived here or in this vicinity for several years. In that time they have gain ed the friendship and esteem of a host of friends. The groom is well known as the proprietor of the Olney confec tionary store on Central avenue. All join in hearty congratulations and best wishes for the happy couple. CRUSE ITEMS. Cruse station has been placed on the:closed list. Patrons of the road may find their freight most anywlhere between switch limits and take such accomodations as they can get. Mrs. W. C. Jenizen and the wife of the foreman on Graves ran...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 5 February 1909

i _W I I II i COME ALONG WITH THE COASTING PARTY FOR PLEASURE AND PROFIT There's a lot of pleasure in coasting when the sleds shoot down hill like streaks of light ning; with everybody laughing and cheerful. There's a big ooasting oarnival going on in this store just now. Prices have coasted down hill-down, away down-down below the level of cost. At these figures it's a frolic for you, indeed, to stock up your wardrobe. BUY There's plenty of wear yet for these goods this season and also next. There's hardly a woman whose wardrobe is always complete. It's no extravagance to have a waist, skirt or cap for each week day. It makes them last longer and look better. It will also pay NOWA you to change waist, skirt or cap frequently. Clothes need restthe same as humans, animals, 'ools and everything else. *1N.)0 Perale ,,aits. Very neat and $75 cents. Ladies', Misses' and Childrens excellent ererls. ;ale Pce $50 cap cs tuamlls and hoods. New winter styles 40C exce~llenlt ,,eravrs. .tltle P...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 12 February 1909

The Harlowon News The I e iA, .1Os ol The M ismhelII New. VOL. 3 HARLOWTON. MEAGRER COUNTY, MOrtANA, FRIDAY,. FEBRUARY 12, 1909 No. 34 KILLED BY TRAIN Lloyd Collier of Garneill, Cousin of Mrs. C. N. Friday of Harlowton, Struck By Train--Near Judith Gap. A sad accident occured near Judith Gap on Tuesday evening when Lloyd Collier, a rancher living near Garneill was struck by a Billings Northern passenger and died an hour later. Collier who had been totally deaf for some time was walking on the track when, the train struck him. He was walking on one side of the road bed, the engine had passed when the steps of the first coach struck him in the head. The train stopped and picked up the wounded man who was uncon sious. The train started for Great Falls but Collier expired on the way KILLED NEAR GILT EDGE. Jeak Taber Shot Da liowa on Stage Rtmt of Qurrel Wedaes.ay After.me. Jack Tabor shot and and killed Dan Rowan while traveling on the stage pear Gilt Edge Wednesday afternoon. Besides t...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 12 February 1909

Ulrnntuuna '4ttf Nr ý1 Counterfeit $20 gold pieces are be ing circulated in Butte. The new agricultural building of the college at Bopeman will be dedicated tomorrow. Montana's contribution to the fund for the relief of the Italian sufferers exceeded $6,000. Miss Margaret Gillett, a trained nurse of Helena, married a Chinese cook, Ye Hoe Joe, at Helena this week. B. S. Thresher, the Butte attorney who was disbarred some years ago, has been reinstated by the supreme court. M. A. Hickey, the original locator of the great Anaconda mine at Butte, died in that city last week, aged 73 years. The big cement plant at Three Forks is to begin operations at once on a very large scale, according to the manage ment. It is thought that drilling in the St. Paul Pass tunnel will be completed February 8. There are thirty places of business in Judith Gap. Five months ago there was none. The third mail to arrive in Babb since New Year's day came last week, on Wednesday. Brick work on the postoffice at...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 12 February 1909

STOCKMENI ADVERTISE YOUR BRANDS and save hard ridings, loss of time and expense nalocat lng your stock. Fill out the blank below and mail to the NEWS and we will do the rest. Name of owner............................. Name of Foreman........ .................. P.O. Address.......................... Range ............ ........................... Norse Brand .................................... Location on Animal......................... Cattle Brand..........Location ......... Additional Horse Brands...................... A dditional Cattle Brands...................... Rates on Application. W. S. STRANAHAN CLARA, MONT. owner of the following stock brands: SLeft ribs E Right Left shoulder ribs FOR CATTLE Left Left shoulder neck or thigh FOR HORSES Stock Brands of George Pirrie Notice to the Traveling Public. I will give $250.00 for evidence that will convict any person or persons foi tearing down my fences, leaving gates open or driving my stock from thier accustomed range. George Pir...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 12 February 1909

The Harlowton News A. H. EISELEIN, Editor and Publisher. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Year .......................2.50 Subscription Payable in Advance. ADVER'IISNG',RATES FURNISHIEL ON APPLICA'- ION Entered as second-class matter Auglst .t. 1906. at the eastfflce at o larlowton. Montana. under the act of ctongrets of MSarch 3dt, iota. Subscribers who fail to receive their patwers. will please lnotify this otfice. Subscribers desiirlng address chang.ed. plea.e give former address, as well as new one. NOTICE Copy for change of advertising mlust be In this ofice b" Tuesday evening to receive the proper attention Cutting the Diamond. jN the training of the child, the teacher is as the cutter of the diamond. She must cut away the rough edges of the character. elimi. nate the primeval savagery, and bring into brilliant radience the jewel that underlies the coarse, exterior. The greatest handiwork of God's creation is a noble man, and the seeds of future greatness lie in the untutor ed heart...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 12 February 1909

ICOLLECTING WESTERN BALI LADS. "sas Professor Wr:uld Perpetuate Cowboy Rhymes and Songs Known to Pioneers. John A. Lennox, professor of Eng Sliterature at the Agricultural and echanical college of Texas, at Col e Station, Texas, is making a col ion of the native ballads and songs the west for publication, and in doing he invokes the aid of the press Qoughout the west. He asks that and ballads of the range .be sent newspapers and forwarded by them him. In a circular letter on the sub Professor Lomax says: "For several years I have been en ·dvoring to make a complete collec Elbn of the native ballads and songs ' the west, particularly those known At cowboy songs. It will hardly be pos sible to secure such a collection except trough the aid of the press for many Of these ballads have never been in Print, but, like the Masonic ritual, are transmitted from one generation to an -Other by 'word of mouth.' They deal mainly with frontier episodes; the deeds of desperadoes like Jesse James an...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 12 February 1909

Every Patterson Bears the Patterson Name STYLE AND SNAP The hat that suits you individ ually is here. Come in and get NO0 that PATTERSON $3.00 NO to-day. Our assortment of LESS the styles of the season is so large that it will be the easiest thing in the world to pick yours out. It will fit your head and fancy as well. We have the Patterson soft and derby hats in all the a latest styles. MARSHALLS The Busy., sto.. MUSSELSHELL VALLEY NATIONAL BANK 9270 S A F E T Y DIRECTORS: PHILIP I. MOULE Philip 1. Moule. PRESIDENT Andrew C. Graves, A. C. GRAVES Edward M. Jenizen. VICE PRES. H. E. Marshall C.N. FRIDAY Guy . Davis C. N. FRIDAY Frank F. Goas. CAShIER George R. Pirrie F. P. MARRS A. CASHIER PLANTS WITH EYES. Professor Wager Finds Outer Skins of Leaves Are Lenses. Having heard the other day Presi dent Francis Darwin's contention that plants think, the British Scientific as sociation while in session at Dublin listened to a claim of their ability to see. The lecturer was Professor IIaro...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 19 February 1909

The Harlow ton News The Contlnution od The Musselshell News VOL. 3 HARLOWTON. MEAGRER COUNTY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 190) . 3N CUPID THE WINNER' Young Couple Elople From New York and Come to Twodot on Honeymoon Parents Wealthy. For the past week social circles in the hospitable town of Twodot have been taxed to the limit to pay hom age to Mr. and Mrs. Gillette Wells,an eloping couple, just arrived from Corning, New York. The romantic pair are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Baxter, who are old friends of the family of both the bride and the groom back in the Empire state. Parties, receptions and balls have been run off in rapid and endless suc cession, and it has been many years since the town has been so stirred with social pleasure. The story of the courtship, elop ment and marriage of the young couple is truly romantic. The home of the bride, who is about 18 years of age is in Corning, near the east end of Lake Erie, New York, her father is a wealthy glass merchant. The g...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 19 February 1909

ARCADE .EALS AT ALL HOURS CAFE Popular Prices Quick Service E. RORVIK. Prop. Formerly The Belmont, Lyon's Bllock, cl' eral A ve. Harlowton Grocery Co-, nc. GROCERIES, GRAIN & HAY PHONE No. 75 GOLD MEDAL FLOUR Our Brands j Gold Band Ham and Bacon RICHEILIEU GROCERIES $ ..A. C. GRAVES.. Wholesale and Retail Fresh and Salt Meats, Fish, Eggs, Butter, Hides, Etc. Pure Home Made Lard Sa Specialty. I -- r M Mail orders given prompt attention. Central Ave. - - - - Harlowton. Montana. THE PELICAN BUFFET H. A. WEBER, Prop. U Budweiser, Grain Belt and Kessler Beer I I I i Imported and Domestic Cigars i I Pool Table in Connection Harlowton, Montana Main Street I I MODERN TAILORING CO. TAILORING, REPAIRING, PRESSING AND CLEANING LADIES' WAISTS AND SKIRTS A SPECIALTY Prompt Service L Gottleeb, Prop. L00K HERE Board and Room $5 per Week At The Hilger House LEE SMITH & DAUGHTER East of Sheriff Johnson's House _ _ _ _ - - . ..... . .~- . . . . . . ... - Laundry of all kinds except hard linen...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 19 February 1909

reontana I~atroab Co. Time carsd effective Mareti a1 Leave. (N. P. Ry Arrive. 7:10 a. m....... Helena:..... 7:0 p. m Leave. *(Mont. R. R. Co.) Arrive. b.0o a. m. ....Lombard.... 4:20 p. . 9'30 a. m.....Deer Park....3:48 p. m 9:50 a mi......Maudlow ....3:31 p. in. '0:06 a. m .. Josephine .. .3"16 p. n. ,0:19 a im .... Baker's......3:02 p. m. -0:49 a ý ......Sixteen..... 2:24 p. in. .1;20 a. m.......Minden......1:57 p. in 1:50 a. in.... ,o,'y s ... 1:30 p. in. 12:06 p. t..... ummnit....12:50 p. in. 12:46 p. m..... Lennep .....12:46 p. i. 1:54 p. ui....Martmnsdale . 11:39 a. m 2:27 p. m..... Tw.dot.....11:09 a. Ii. 3;10 p. m.....IIarlow ton....10:15 a. inm. 4:57 p. m.........Oka...... 9:43 a. In. 5:19 p. mi.......Ubet...... 9:19 a. m. 5:32 p. m..... Gaineill......9:05 a. m. 5:49 p. m....... Straw......8:47 a. m 6:13 p, m....... Moore......8:23 a. In 6:36 p. m......Glengary.....7:5i a. m. Arrive. Leave. 7:00 p. m.....Lewistown.... 7:35 a. im Passenger trains tally except sun da. Dinner ...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 19 February 1909

or w wTsma Mo VLSLS L? 77L~LPXLn ASHINGTON was more closely identified with Philadelphia than any other Ameri can city, and although more than a cen tury has elapsed since his death, there are in existence there more buildings held memorable on account of the great Ameri can's visit than may be found elsewhere. It is true that the word tradition is often very loosely applied to some of the tales of Washington's visit to this or that house, but, after eliminating all the suspicious memorials, there still remain a very con siderable number-far more than the average person appreciates. When he first came to Philadelphia Washington was a young man of 25. lIe had traveled a good - deal, considering with what expense and difficulty travel was accomplished in those days. He had been to the Barbados, and had been on military duty at Boston. It was a military as signment which took him to Philadel phia to-confer with Lord London before setting out to the frontier, for the French and In(dian ...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 19 February 1909

STOCKMENI ADVERTISE YOUR BRANI)S and save hard rtdlngs, loss of time and expense Inlocat Ing your stock. Fill out the blank below anu mail to the NEWS and we will do the rest. Name of owner...... ........................ Name of Foreman........................... P.O. Address................. .............. Range ........... ............................ Horse Brand .................................... Location on Animal ................. Cattle Brand..........LocatrLion........... Additional Horse Brands ................. Additional Cattle Branlds ............... Rates on Apllllution. W. S. STRANAHAN CLARA, MON I'. owner if the followinr stock brands: Left ribs Riht SLeft ho ulder FP .. CATTL,E I eft Left sholder neck or thigh FOR IIOR4ES Stock Brands of George Pirrie Notice to the tra nzl ?Ublic. I will dive $250.00 for evidtence that will convict any petrson or persons fc tearing down my fences. leaving gates open or driving my stock from thier accustomed range. George Pirrie Roti...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 19 February 1909

THE NEN WHO PICK OUT A PATTERSON HAT A Full Practice real economy. They can Line of Ladies SEE get a cheaper hat, of course, but they Wash WIDOW cannot get its equal in character and Dress Trimmings style at any price. Come in, we can Jast prove it. We have the Patterson Received Soft and Derby Hats in all the latest styles. MARSHALLSTh Busy. Store MUSSELSHELL VALLEY NATIONAL BANK 9270 S A F E T Y DIRL.TORs PHILIP I. MOULE P1hp, I. Moule. PRESIDENT Andrew C. Gr ve.. A. C. GRAVES Edward M..Je,,zen, VICE PRES. n. E. Marhli C. N. FRIDAY Gut Hl. Dovs, CASHIER IPrnk f. Coss, George R. firrie F. P. MARRS A. CASMIER THE MAIL SWINDLERS. Bogus Bargai;n For Bumpkins Who Bite at Big Bait and Get Bitten. A great l ( ' ofI .n iI,'i is einI.Sd out of iO 1taltrly 0 n" t III nitiii Hs Iby tihe "tl ail 1winliers." These l entry not only IIse tliae Iail- lI. si liuli;g out circulirs of frin:; fake lhn.ir';aill or the uniwary, ibut ilthe frie-liuenitly get their alluring ad\'erilsn'iui ts into hIII ch...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 26 February 1909

The Harlo wton News The Continuation of The Mueselehell News VOL. 3 HARLOWTON. MEAGHER COUNTY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, FEBRUAIRY 26, 190!) No. 3a COMMITTEE REPORT Resolution Adopted By Business Men's Association Presented to School Board. The committee selected by the Musselshell Valley Business Men's as sociation to draft a resolution em bodying the sentiment of the business men towards building a new school in Harlowton, made its report at the meeting last Monday night. After examining the sketches of several architects, and ascertaining the pro bable cost of a suitable building, the following resolution was drafted and presented to the school board: RESOLUTION. Be it resolved by the Musselshell Valley Business Men's Association in regular meeting assembled, that school district, Number 16 of Meagh er County, Montana, generally known as the Harlowton District, is in ur gent need of a new school building, that it is expedient and necessary that a new school building be erected within the ...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 26 February 1909

ARCADE MEALS AT ALL HOURS C EA Popular Prices Quick Service E. RORVIK. Prop. F'ormerly The Belmont, Lyon's Blockk. Cenral A ve. SHarlowton Grocery Co-, Inc.i GROCERIES, GRAIN & HAY PHONE No. 75 [GOLD MEDAL FLOUR $ Our Brands Gold Band Ham and Bacon RICHEILIEU GROCERIES ..A. C. GRAVES.. Wholesale and Retail Fresh and Salt Meats, Fish, Eggs, Butter, Hides, Etc. Pure Home Made Lard Ia Specialty. Mail orders given prompt attention. Central Ave. - - - - Harlowton. Montana. I U THE PELICAN BUFFET H. A. WEBE r, Prop. I 4m4m I 8 Budweiser, Grain Belt and Kessler Beer I I I Imported and Domestic Cigars 1 I Pool Table in Connection 1 Harlowton, Montana Main Street ew - meemmsmmeees...mwmm.e MODERN TAILORING CO. TAILORING, REPAIRIN:3, PRESSING AND CLEANING LADIES' WAISTS AND SKIRTS A SPECIALTY Prompt Service L. Gottleeb, Prop. Fontanta oattroab efo. Time card effective Marcha 16 Leave. (N. P. fly Arri\l. 7:11, a. in.......1 elena. ..... p. In Le I) at . IMa t 1iii. I I 4 .) rii e 1) an . n...

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