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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 12 December 1913

addu ·.wrt;u~u n Uri Yar . .$` O ut Ucrit~onPa}a~il iuAdvelae JýI iI" IREVRWSXCO '?>32L1A Bl Pi~Yi E Vf' RDY Enýee s ewdgas atrAh - d t 4o m ddr dý ;ajw ell asuewron OUR CHRI TRAS ISSUE It is with no simall amount of pride that wve present our readers out OChristmas edition in this issue. Itjs not a big paper as papers go butit represents a big task to us with our limited resources. To so lic, eomiose and print 4 twelve page paper in our office in the short s$pee of six days is going some for us; We are also proud of the spirit showin by our merchants. They ha e been most liberial andwithoti a -diluch. It is just simply a propos:. ition of telling our story and they,; without a single exception; immedr iately falling in line., Ordinarily' the advertising solicitor's job is an= 'onerous one and he has to do some tall talking to make a showing, but in ,this istance it was so easy that it was a pleasure and by this we do not mean to say that our merchants rei easy marks. It is simpl...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 12 December 1913

Guess The... Ae At Marshall's B f orner There is a grea big doll that will delight all the little maidens in Har lowton just. to look at, and which is going to be given to some happy little maid on Christmas Eve. Hereis the plan: With every purchase amounting to one dollar ($1.00) will be given a coupon on which the customer will write a guess as to the age of the doll. The coupons are deposited in a sealed box which will be opened on Christmas Eve at 7:30 P. M. sharp and the bearer of the correct ag orn earestt the cor t1age d ,m,,. a,, days, hours, minutes and seconds will be come the possessor of the doll. The age is less than six years. Now On Display In Show Windows From Now Until 9:00 P. M SANTA CLAUS HEADQUARTERSi Without doubt we have the biggest and best stock of merchandise, both regular and holiday ever assembled under one roof in the history of Meagher county merchandising. MARSHALL'S BUSY CORNER

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 12 December 1913

iveiware atRew-e 14dv A. Anderson, resident d6ntist, eos mounted in o al styles.. m inted with diarmonds, at Robsier easo t-Adv. tt Shaw, of Brook Line, Mass., an Chas. D. Elliottof Great Falls, Mo tania, former owner-; of "they S k w-Elliott ranch four miles west, .of Swn, were visitors in our city last .Monday and Tuesdays They visited the numerous busiiess plaes in town and remarked upon the great advancement made hereo in the past two years. The Dreyer-Wilke Hdw. Co. had;a big display of the Birney & Bry skates in their winow, of all: izes.-Ady. rs. Leo Miiddleton for erly esdent of this place, but t pres en making her home ,in " lstone v W a visito ,r in r townt last i etdae visiting with old friends. Whil he she attended the E. meeting on the same evening To. sure and.get some chances on tblmagnificent doll to be given away Christmas Eve by Marshalls B sy Corneri:-Adv A. .. Hunter, of Illiopolis, lli was in town this week looking at Musselshell valley land with a vie of bu...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 12 December 1913

' I i.% ,ET L,. . • tJJ/ iii· ti.-.ii L..M.#, C ..r ProeryL soans, Reut t.,hmurance, Live Stock >. r , . , 0 Har~owt~j, Montana *:? *1 -il'; i1i We have now on: display a nice assortment of Christ mas gifts for men. For Your CHRISTMASWANTS A Wilt CHARLES LOUNSURY, 'beg of sound mmd ah dispoing memorya hereby niake and publish thii my last'will and testament, in order, as I lustly as may be, to distribute my i nteres in this world to succeed ing men. recognized in the sheep.-bound volumes as my property, being incon siderable and of no account, I makef n:dispaoal of min thiil. , Par. 2. My right to live, being but aife eiist.ate. i: t at my di'iii l, but these: things excepted, all else' in this vworld' inow pi eroed - tO devise and Par. -3. I give to good fathers and mothers,; in trust- for their childreni, all good little words, of praise and encougiirgthent, a:id all ,pet namis and endearments, aiad I hrge said, parents to use them justly .anl geiierously, as the needs of their...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 12 December 1913

HarI~wtn.. r LB.MES"Mnae Bestin Vudevlle Bet nd.MstinPitue OP ýN EVERY NIC T Ad s Soe in jIw 4 ;:-1 ~ r Everything in Season Moderate Prices.. . OPEN DAY -and NIGHT PRIVATE DINING ROOMS Are you on your uppers? Are you run down at the heel? THEN IT IS TIME TO SEE 1A. HMuggenberg AND HAVE THEM FIXED First Class Shoe Repairer ALSO DEALER IN MEN'S FINE SHOES One Door South of Dr. Ross' Office OT all of us can ' afford to have a billiard or pool table in Iour house. The next best thing is to visit a nice, comfortable; respectable _ pool and billiard hall where you are sure to m eet congenial souls and ýý- , -, find the best tables ANDERSONS P L ad BILLiARD HALL Represents ,ll of these things. Come in and spend a Jleaanthour in the evening CIGARS:: TOBACO::S CANDIES Everything. ew and Cheeful JOHtN H. A:.:ig y Pe rro hree ag Through thy Tract--Eigh lees Wide by Twety-flve Miles Long A solid, block of land eighteen miles wide an4 twenty-five ,mllet long, every fodot of which is clhqi. farm...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 12 December 1913

Professional and Bu iness Car'ds. RiS. N. JONES LAWYER di Insurance. Money to Loan1 on 1 arrn Lads. ; Phone -'-37 11arlowton'. ?h ....o.. Montana W. C. i U1SBAND,, •Attorney and qouinsel~8at Law Pr'actlic it all courts. Separate de. ~partmnent in Loans. Insurance and f3ond&a . Harlowton, Montana. DR. S. K. CAMPBELL PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office: Main Street. Harlow ton, - Montana. '-- · ... . - --- ; . . .- . ...... L D. GLENN ATTORNEY-AT-LAW ANND NOTIARY PUBLIC Will praci ice in all state and fed eval courts. Conveyane :lg and col l6etions. Otlice in The First .Ntionlal Bank block on Cen tral Ave. Id:rlowton,. - - Montana., Musselshell Lodge No. 69 A. .. and A. M. IMv~,ets firit.ald thiid Monday evenings of each month. A. J. DREYER,W. M. G. C. PERKINS, Secretary I. 0. 0. F. CARBONATE LODGE No. 39 minel,s evely Tuesday night, in Odd Fellows Htll In Urner 'lock. Vi-Ilincbrotl, vs cordlallt Invited to attend. JOHN \1ORLROW..N. u. S. T. Jill NSON. See. A 3. Dreyer ARCHITECT Set'' me...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 12 December 1913

Three Reasons _ _ _ _ _ __l ] Il. I 1 _ _ _ _ I _ _ _ _ _ _ I _ Why We re Feeding Others! MayWe Feed You? Groceries Hardware Our Hardware Department contains Our Grocery Department is the home most every article used by the farmer, of good things to eat the mechanic and the housewife We have just received a car load of Sprague Warner high class PENINSULAR RANGES We confidently claim that canned goods, headed by their famous "Richelieu" brand. We told PENINSULAR RANGES .the Peninsular Genuine Ham you five years ago that "Richelieu" goods were the best on earth. mered Planished Steel Range represents the very highest type of mered Planished Steel Range represents the very highest type of Unlike some of our competitors we have not changed our brands every range, construction, and we challenge anyone to produce their year, with the declaration that we are giving you something just as good. superior in convenience, ease of operation, economy of fuel, long We still tell you that "Richelie...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 12 December 1913

Monday Saturday December 22nd December 20th Candy Nut Special Special Christmas Greetings It is with no small degree of pleasure we review the trade that has come to us the past year. It may not be egotistical on our part to claim that this trade has been the result of our ability to present to your notice a fine list of bargains. We do riot however, claim all the credit for this year's business, but know that it is in great meas tiure due to the high esteem with which our many friends regard us. We wish to grasp this oppor tunity to get away from the sordid and onerous duty of writing a commercial advertisement and use this space to extend the greetings of the season to our numerous patrons. We thank you very cordially and hope that our fair dealing in the past has earned for us a continuance of these favors. It is our purpose to offer you in the coming months a number of the best and biggest buying opportunities that it has ever been your pleasure to receive. Watch this paper for ...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 19 December 1913

t 7. +.>, ys] V-t yaý.ý 11 > ýr F ý 'in E i 'i, iF 1f . t~a' ýý i iý t't 2S i t' tt3H, ý'X 1 r~tý ý'ý<SY>f~f v 7" 4 ,3. , iý J~f 1. t . I~ at, i~,ý '" r ý, aý; a.,J} .}.,/ 3r }At ý ý'ýt ti; rh4 ý " " .ý ý ý ' ý tY ýi A , . , ; t ý :jU-r ýx 1 i T'hr C Prt[ý ~ hell'nre w°' ;:x aFY _ *"C NI t 1'iý l ý 1~i' o At IE' ý , 1, 91 Wi r a - '." ý"ý _ ...,. ý t s r .+r i ý i., li:ký. . ý ý .yl ris ..ý' a dea is-.Ab r The following clipping from fhti t )ecawur (i ) Daily tIerald may are I be interestiagreading for our read the brs, althonogh the: claimq gladeNov -phol tlerein ar'e simiy propo.tk ihs. w~ t Tbe'clipping Wag sentn t Vo I V;lv wit Fisher's long before lie cane to Jo M intann and 1inm yiited tie de saf ceased in h is hote ea t lec n r : "Friends ofl Lward Psh will m q~taLcl-W~dt"~i-~,~; .:rota ýnvesti: te the careni"an-tateelea d- ro ing to hIideatr one day ia week in I HaIlowton MoitG The firs nwinvs of his rllness was thl1t he was P siffei ing with typhoid fever and be...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 19 December 1913

TJ1ýENS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Year.. ..2. Subscription Payable lu Advace0 ADVErTISDtTNG RATre FIUTN1IBRC ON APPLICA'ION `PUBLI8EiDt BYEIWWY FrAi%.DA Entered as second-class, matter Aiunlnt 1d, li90m. ab the postoflic< at'larlowto,, ,Montana,, under the act Of t)Cress of M arhil rd. 1579. Suhsecrhers who fall toveeteive their ~apers will please notify this office, Subscrl' ,r's dtes'rincaddi'ers changed. please give finitwrr address. as will as new uoe. Merry Christ-illas to All. Everybody put on their boosting cloth.r for 1914. A town is no,better than its in habitants. If you want agood town conmmenc in your own door yard. 1Wit;h the 20.000 aucre's of hone-I stead land north of town thrown oven for settlemnent, with good prospect's of the Northern 1Pacific building in here from the south and, good prospects of the machine shop-, at, this point, of the Chicago Milwanukee and St.. Paul railro:d being inereased in size. there seems no reason why I ari'lowton should not grow as rapid...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 19 December 1913

PFu.l Pounds at 35rCents . ,to r f h. BLETHEN BARN, ous West 'Point Chocolates ' This is for d n PRICES REASONABLE HARLOWTON, MONTANA FThe Empres Theatre 'WV. Heinecke, Manager Every Night, Starting Saturday Night Admission :5, 10 and 15, Cents Hariowton Opera House I Dreyer Wilke dw. Co.I Soe Christmas Notions That We Nothing more appropri ate or seasonable than skates for -boys, girls, men and women,. or pocket knives for the boy sand father, or a high grade small calibre rifle, .either a Winchester or Remington, we have both. :These make fine, presents and presents that are appreciated.. Come in ,and inspect our stock of many other useful articles Dreyer-Wilke 1dw. Co.I the em:.i arts e. o ver bayi tiio tigla ii Jitud1ge m1lePat:land. a.tnd upon trialt land onvictitmn wh gesased a fine th diW for i75 i. Mo t f lwhichy a nmound' to $08. N hbaving the ready tw i.6nev onn whi perdoni he was escort d ed to the Ktraero hotel . whrere he wayl no doubt remain wintl the iw necessary amou...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 19 December 1913

(Continued from para one) In order that tthe miatter may got the futlle t elsdationz from.this nd of the mei we have asked Mr. 1 ..lly fo: an itenjized statemeneit f all monieo, :he had nl c<barge, and h,.ve is the statemeni., .whfih shoutld s~atisfy tihe people ii Mr. Fisher's home that the, carges of graft are , injustified: . ,ttal n.nltOIllnt recetived from Mr1. Fisher "$1925i Owing vrank Murphy x60.0o Gtaves hotel 63.60 Trlined nuiise and expenses to anid firo Butte 28.S5 Dr. Ross 35.00 iTv,, Cal.ihllel 5 I0 Two %vt wLtlhmen 12.00 Tulnled over to Mrs. Fisher 120i.0 3i9..5 319.25 The undertaker's bill and the bill of Mrs. Cheadle, were to have been sent by Mrs. Fisher when she retl tirned homie but so far there has been no word from her. School Notes. Geraldine Galvin entertained Misses Gray, Poindexter, Bradley. Mason anud Mr. Johnson Monday afternoon at 'a chicken dinner in Ihe domestic Science room. The S. S. C. had an outing sup per Wednesday evening n]ear the fair grohud...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 19 December 1913

ofAe An Montana Block e-Adv. Cilmetel eindnted in all stylus mouinted with diamonads, at Robhert secure somet aoffidavii s cfibcer.ing the deatiih of Fward Fisher, M Fisher's biother, w. dhed y t the Graves FUitel hiee -i refereince to tearticle in the Deratur paper, 'published elsoewierei in this issue, se :ays that 4 hase no idea where they got thei infor mation and that ;he gave out nothi ng for ipublication and is very sorry that the ariticle appeared. Married Coutple-Eixperienced in farm Work, want work on farmtn or ranch. 'Address, F. \V.rAnderson city.-Adv. . It W.oC. Jriusband will be absent fronim town ext Monday and Tues day as he is going to Big Timber to aippear in water suit :',wherein tire vditers of Anlerican Fork and Fish. Creek are to be adjudicated. The cases are entitled Tench 'Han non ri ersus A. I. Koebler and Simoii Lubnian versus Tony Strand. E. R. Lausted accompanies him to .render professional service as an engineer. Let ther. e be plenty of light on Christm...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 19 December 1913

i... " had rof sonal. and Business Cards.t R. Na JONES h, LAWYER ass -Office In Tanikin Building car Insuraice. :Money bo Loan on Vri Farmin Lands. Sid Phone No. 37 -o t ITarlowton. Montana tit W. C. HUSBAND, hel Attorney and Counselor at Law mi Pract ice in all courts. Separate de- in iart.meuit ii Loans. Insurance and Bo*ti s.n Harlowton, Montana. si, ------- ut DR. S. K, CAMPBELL St PiIYSICI-AN AND SURGEON lit OUllce: Main St reet. i Iarlowlon. - Monlatana. W L. D. GLENN ATTORNEY-AT- LAW AND NOTAkY 'lUBt.IO Will practice in uall state and fed eral iourLr. .onVuyganiWZ alti cdl ccliours. ()Meu)' in The 'irsil N .tiotal Bank block on UCl, e tral Ave. V -J arlowo n. - . - tI. r Musselshell Lodge No. 69 A. F. and A. M. Meets tfirst and tlhird Monday evenings of eacih montiil. A. .I. I)l.EYER, W. M. G GC. .PEKI1 NS, Secretar. 1 I. 0. 0. F. CARBONATE LODGE No. 39 meettls every Tuesday tight, In did 'eltlo. llail In Urner blo-k. V i.itillg Ilotl.er. -or dially invited to attend. .iOIlN ...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 26 December 1913

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 26 December 1913

PoPlrlr8Ps I in1W TMrteM Ms Ol' sci.$sOt l O1.1. Mie Year.. .. ........ ..,... d , Suobscription Payable in Advance. A I) vetl r i8s: NO RATES FUIfRNISBIE.r ON APPLICA'. ON PUBLISHED) IRVfI1Y FRIDAY. Entered as second-class matter A ugust 19tk. at the postIfilce .t'.'1inrowtor., ontean, under the act of conress of March .d. 187i. Plhscrihler who faUil t rereive their ,paes w1l nlMe, notify this office. Subscribers des rlng address chanlget. plean.t give former address. as well as new one. The calamity howlers are doin. all they possible can to produce business d(epression in the UniteL. States. With our present. ditficu, ties with Mexico not adjusted, it is the duty of eviery loyal citizen to tiilfold our president and con Srcess in these drying tulles. This is the last issue of this p:I ])er for 1913. We hope the saint sluccess for iarlowwton in 1914 as slhe ha-s lihall during the past year. We\\; wishi to ltl:k all the businest incu of l,atilow ton for their Iiberai p) ltronagt' d...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 26 December 1913

v1,ted i ti We Jrry 1heeli w. ~y"r.et to~yda enoatei q.o.o, "A,'I* Ti L on . 9 pP$' , ieau . r irte of tardtLen, ias f were soln e hai wa cowded MWedhy "dquigor th:e+irptmd . Christm a treepp inlewow thaem han" ftr. tOL. toei, om Rotundtup ans il wn lasvt 'eydtoieddeorate Aofl went wlt knw oit was tbe~. dance.th season j. r. E alo Mr. Ho. Co. Haaly .a dairi. ghtMer sren t ato wisi io t ree io th. . ind.owe tha.t wa .s a T dae doriehn t et io. t isdof. matecwiths I heet, oihacrere, pretzels. Mrs. cl Broowo of ro Hadmakpr a 'inar.natnid lad as busi ess iti " TAE T A B " of HAIRLOWTON Wishes all its patrons: a -JOYFUL CHRISTMAS and PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR We have'tried to serve you faithfully and". well. during the ,past year. and your hearty support is appreciated. TO NEED to worry 4 N yorself another single mo ment about what to give. Come into this store and let all our I.,pecto. ft e C. M. & St P. Ry. K;g i ~d S'~Iir~FR~i .,~.** alwo i'ouinbthr e1e 'Tile nnbewnn Adv. and 3rd undiyu...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 26 December 1913

Mio rii t Business Cards. LAWYE Office In Mont an Building Insurian.e. Money to La., n on Farm L' ands, i tone No. 37 flarlowton, i Montana W. C. HUSBAND, Attorney and Counselor at Law Pract te in all courts. 'Separate de partment, li Loans. ..Insurrance and Bonds. Harlowton, Montana. OR. S. K. CAMPBELL PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON - Otlice: Main Street. Harlowton, - Montana. L. D. GLENN ATTORNEY-AT-LAW AND NO'I'ARY PUBICt Will practice in all state and fed eral courts. Conveyanieag and col lections. Oftloe in The First Nt lional Bank block on Ceni tral A ve. IlarloNt:on. - - Montana. Musselshell Lodge No. 69 A. F. and A. M. Meets lirst, and third Monday evening of eacth month. A. .1. I)REY ER. W. M. G. C. PEIR KIiNS, Secretar) I. 0. 0. F. CARBONATE LODGE No. 3t meets ,ve.y lT'uesday night in Udd Fellow [lall in trner block. Vistiltg biroLthers cordially invited to attend. ,Jo]IN MORROW. N. t. S. T. .IOl NFON, Sec. A. J. Dreyer I ARCHITECT Sc tme before you build. I pre p.ire all ulans I.t...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 2 January 1914

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Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 2 January 1914

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Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
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