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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 2 July 1909

SECTION ECIO NO0.2 The Harlowton News 00. The Continuation of The Musselshell New. VoL. 4 HARLOWTON. MEAGHER COUNTY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, JUILY 2, 1h)! No. 1 V4 _ _ _ _ _ _ ^{ ý ` " 'ý ý 1 " ý 1ý4,ýýRý.Cý ,W' hW,. ý It is early dawn in the spring of '85, the stars are still shining brightly in a clear Montana sky, when the cook of a roundup outfit lights the camp fire at the rear of the "chuck-wagon,' that is stationed on the flat just below Old Marino. The "night-wrangler" has the "saddle-bunch within the ropes," and the horses are resting leis urely after an all night's grazing. Soon the savory odor of hot coffee envelops the whole camp. Finally the cook an nounces "Bull's in -the Pen!" meaning that breakfast is ready, and the whole camp is astir, as the twenty cowboys hustle into their shaps, buckle on their cartridge belts and gather around the camp-fire. Breakfast is ever a poor meal when taken at such an early hour. It is eaten hurriedly and often con sists of a cup of coffee and ...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 2 July 1909

Renienbr~uces of Twenty-five Years ttgo and tbeIdiU f rigbt go Roberts Creek, Me&ber Co. BY CHARLES BILLOWS, TURTLE LAKE, NORTH DAKOTA lý CJ It was on a hazy Sunday morning in the middle of the month of August in the year of I 864 that my attention was called, when my black shepherd dog "Curley"-the fighter-took sev eral long snuffs of the wind, which was blowing from the northwest, and quite suddenly began to bay. Seeing that his long black glossy mane stood erect and showing his white pearly teeth in a most savage fashion, I am really putting it mildly when I say that I was more than startled. Peering long and intently in the same direction that the dog was, I was at last rewarded in discovering a band of Indians, that were apparently water. ing their cayuces in the creek about one half mile from the camp and sheep corrals. I instantly shut the sheep gate, which I had previously opened. Hur riedly ran to the sheep hut, which was entirely open on the east side, pulled my forty-...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 2 July 1909

9 a w A 4%4 V r 84. o .. 49 l TeeCowboys Roping a Steer THE LAST ROUNDUP C CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE is in branding season, the cowpunchers generally "throw in" about noon and preparations are immediately made to brand all the calves and "mavericks," yearling calves that have not yet been branded. Branding the "mavericks" requires not only skill, but a high degree of care and honesty that cattle are not misbranded, for there is more trickery and robbery in branding than in any other part of the cattleman's business. A young calf will be with its mother and hence it is easy to apply the brand of ,the owner, but a "maverick" is weened and there is the difficulty of discerning the owner. Hence the op portunity and excuse for crooked work were always prevalent in branding sea son. To prevent this practice, the cat tlemen resorted to a system that was at least a partial remedy. Each ranch er sent at least one representative to the roundup, it was the duty of the "rep resentative" to see th...

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

RNER ER (AH0T I L GOIIPAN. Cipita1 $50,000 Fully Paid One Price to Everybody Main Street, Harlowton, Montana EVERY BODY KNOWS Clothing _ _ _ _ __IYtl Some of our Leading Brands in Gent's Furns ings Gordon and Stetson Hats Chase & Sanburns Teas and Coffees Ian American Gentleman N, Fort Snelling and Gopher Canned Goods . Gotzian's "Walk Easy" Shoes Shillings Baking Powder and Oxfords in all the Latest Styles and Shapes Spices & Extracts g Heldman and Friend Bros. 1q01 rady-to-wear suits And Where to Find the Best A Lare PADI Lamm & Co's. Tailored Line of or Garments Arrow Brand Collars Dried Fruit THE Interstate Dress Shirts Breakfast Foods(ITT "Headlight" Overall Suits Je Pickles H. L. Block, Gordon and the Cured Meats Jams Famous Frank Russell Hand Cured Meats Fresh Fruits Sewed Dress, Work AN Riding Vegetables Gloves HE Latest and Most Complete, up-to-date Line to be Seen in This Section of Montana. LflDW 5 To G6 RYL Fancy Barred Swiss and Summer Dress Goods, Linen Sui...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 2 July 1909

THE URNER MERCANTILE COMPANY QUALITY -PRICE SERVICE H warerdwe OUR Lumber Steel Ranges $35, 40, 55, 65 Retort and Cold Blast Heating Stoves $8, $35 A Complete Line of Building Ma Camp Stoves $10, $11 $14.5 K terial, Pine and Fur Finish, Soft and Famous Blue Flame Oil Stoves $8.50 1 Hard Wood Flooring, a complete Line of ouling, ashDoos, ndWin DeLaval Cream Sepators $45 to $175 of Mouldings, Size, Sash nDgleoors, and Double H. Boker's World Renown Tree Brand Cutlery ariddo , n SzSnle ad D bl Stroppers, Crystaline Enamel Ware, Reed's Anti- Strength, or Plate Glass Shingles, Rust Tinware, Stanley Carpenter Tools, lDisston's Glass Saws, Lock Sets, Butts, Transom Lifts, Hoes, Gar- IIiLIIOd Roofing, Tar and Building den Rakes, Hay Forks, Shovels, Axes, Striking Hammers. The most complete line in the city. Paper, Door and Window Frames. Hardware (O[ Lumber Furniture ND Undertaking OUR LINES ARE ALWAYS COMPLETE The Only Undertaking Goods in the City WAGONS AND BUGGIES URES INONA Farm, Sheep...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 2 July 1909

$Y FIRST BUFFOLO HUIT WW (DO IITOI8I BY W. W. VAN ORSDEL, GREAT FALLS, MONT. It takes the most vivid imagination r, to picture the broad prairies covered h with buffalo, and from sheltered spot, b the location of an Indian tepee, yet h, this, which was once the condition, is M but the small part of the whole truth; a To most of the people now, the buft j, falos and Indians are but traditions, but b to some who are here, they are still a 7 reality-the realities of bygone days. p My first trip to Choteau, the present o seat of Teton County, was made in tl July. 1872. This was then the Black- h foot and Piegan Agency. It was a few miles west of the present town of I, Choteau. I was in company with v Hiram Upham and William Phillips. v They were both employed at the t Agency. During my stay I held my - first service among the Indians in Mon tana. The next trip was early in January, 1873, on horseback from Sun River, where I held service at the Agency, and then with Mr. B. W. Sanders, a ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 2 July 1909

M 1A -' ( A Cowboy in Full Dress. The Last Roundup (Continued from page 6 ) gamble. If a rowdy looks for trouble, 'he is bound to find it- no matter where he is, and if his lot be in the land of the cowboy, his punishment is sure and quick, for he is generally hated as one who misrepresents his calling. The same odium attaches to thq "cattle rustler." and even today if thb sligthest suspicion of the commission at some ear ly time of this great crime hangs over the head of a cattleman he is still dis trusted and held in dishonor, while a horse thief may be shot down or lynched upon apprehension. This is the rough but honest code of honor of the cowboy, who will soon become a historic figure. With a love of fair play and a strong sense of rough and ready honesty he goes into the roundups each fall and spring with that vim that is characteristic of his class. His play would be work to most men, but it makes for sturdy manhood. His work requires skill and practice, and he is proud of hi...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 2 July 1909

[. :'F Sýt.Priii: a;i C. h. tRIDýkt Cisr A. 6GYS, t S.IF. P. HIRS, fit. (a*~t CAPITAL $50,000.00 This being the first and only National Bank in Harlowton, it began business November 11th 1908, and had a steady growth since opening its doors. Its stock is held by good conservative men Its directors are of the best Our aim is, Protection of our customers We write foreign domestic exchange Our rate of interest is the same to all We pay interest on time deposits Banking hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. Saturdays and Paydays, open from 6' a. m. to 9 p. m. IF NOT A CUSTOMER BEGIN AT ONCE DIRECTORS Guy H. Davis Edward M. Jenizen Andrew C. Graves Frank F. Goss George R. Pierrie John 1. Scarlett H.. E. Marshall SHALO WTON, MONTANA

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 2 July 1909

SON The Harlo wton News N The Continuation of The Muss. w 1'ot. IIL()IN AGilIli (v)I NTY'. M )NA \ \, hlllu Y ItI I'1,1' 2, 1!9 No. 41 1 ".1A : 1 ? l~týý ý ; ý- ý, +};['ý I ý..y ý .ýý -. ý te` s1. ' : _ f " N: : .- -- .-r`. :r 'lmý.ý-. l r ýý ý ýr 3 ~-~;10 -;. i.'.. N ý . ý ý r 'j ".l 4I," pýý ` ' IVý ý 1 ý ý-ý{ 'y ýýv, ~ ~ ~ ~~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ t y "'Czir/Tr` Ir1u f ;+oýwvI1 Tid: I liTc .tr 'h !i ii I,,. I'l it'n \lia"'"'I r u i'' c :I :t1 u" ilt' u i, i 'I Ti I ' I' li T. --1 ''i ol d r",i jiii' i I uT : i ,,"I C, tg IT I lil \ii l iT l'l~it',l I \iIIT I i III I 1Til il ul' illl til ill l ii li ' ll I ~ WillS uiii ' \it It t li l t-teditu 11115 whuli fl ,I.(it iwn i'i ttl'tlt'l ittil tT:,ltiui ; tI it I 1 Ti ".," it'v ar'tit uft lll'li'' ,iii'lj I' till lin the Ii I \h itr \ t~l s, luhll, ill" 1 hit''i 'l' i' i 1111 t, p c Tiul t 1 p1111 t 1' 1 1 1 i'lI'ii ~I'i If " Ir} T IT iti i 'Il. itt till', iii ll, u i lTiiT ll '''' s Ti t 'pi 1 dIui., i~ll' i' iii iTT IIIC IT'" stie hidT''. t i ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 2 July 1909

he Stevens-Dr-eyer HARDWARE CO.' Only exclusive line of Hardware and Implements Tools Cutlery ur s IM Enameled Ware is to At. Paints Paits Carrg aComplete 4ine Oils Varnishes . Guns Our prices Right ,e Amumition .7o give entire Rifles Not the Cheapest, But the Best Revolvers atisaction in Qualit Without a Peer in the Favorite Stoves Wagon World So give you Sunlight Ranges R A C I N E W A G 0 N 5 Malleable Steel Range qood Jerice Cole's Hot Blast .7o think of Heaters First Standard Sewing Machines 7o0 sell only Refrigerators 7he est qoods Pagons Alm ember we can get you Harrows anything you want at any price / / Discs you wish to pay. < / \\VanBrunt Drills PLAIN PEOPLE We carry in our ample ware rooms Pup the most complete line of Business Stutra te and Pleasure Vehicles to be found in the valley of the Musseishell. Call SelCiig and let our salesman take you through Buggies and explain the many features of theCotain_______ Racine Line of Buggies. Architects ON THE SQUARE HA RDWARE...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 2 July 1909

CITY GOVERNMENT (Continued from page 1.) ahnicil Iii has takti hiit en iiit kt~t iii& oi ni. keIr. il!et Iii ,il fir. hall Itl. t.1iii A. . eli : h v i'l I Ila i," ant aslr iiiilje and be ha a*:irn ''e nke~ ii: uuiue it te luiii 'uissul i ii t trini ii Iii l Ii lit (tl.Iiiiiit u t I l iii r.its i lit iitiilt5 ui t ol 1 hit 11: lu-u I-, of b in t fin' iu l fa i t ah k lit i :11 I I lii I I I Io t - i luill s Iat ii uIIl t uiul u s LCommercial Club i I In iw I iu 11 V ill i i I I s Iu' \11 n., A lin l i iu ;ia" ii lul L' r I l . In l If 111151 I IIt ' i' I l \I I ii jl II. If l l'.:I tnIRI 111 I tItil I' 11 ~,1 II I I Ai/f 1 `I' III : .\t I I'.; . I'4 Ill tll"!I l ls 'I l t ..! 11, ý1 l~ i -i 1 . ilt' itl~fltii1s I itiiI' III, 1 I -I~ o 111111 Il' lit II t]1,i ' ,I ) l' I11 i 'til i tI I Ill I Ii ll uI if lii't 111.1" X111 II "tIi iili " iii I ii; it. 'll'tllt 'lll.\. t I .Xin, Il-,~i w1ll'lt u shX t I lt f Illl, biv i Mi I' ls t l i' j t I ". Xin ftfif Ift'; lfiit Iiflg 't if iil...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 2 July 1909

ENTERPRISES (Continued from pag. a. tanceship. Few stores in town, hay in1 a population ot l e thousand, have wu h a complete line of dry go u all : 1 t and shoes. Mr. 1:oss is well knjwn fur keeping a high grade of goods that please a large patronage. The stire i favorably located opposite the new hotel. Mrs. Ross has charue of thIe ladies department and is very attentin to customers. NOVELTY WOPKS. Mr. Silas Clark is the proprietor I the Novelty Works He camau 1. I from Mlissouri as an ebipi it +h. HARLOWTON THREE MONTHS AGO railriad, and reio-ni'ing the fam prosje-ts ii liiarl' otoni. dehided 70 l1, sate here and establish a 1 u-lu 1 I Iý' would le innienient for the' niurili contractors that were roTnin in. AIr Clark has become well In li 1; petenit earpenter and cabinet icHr the quality of his werk h, lii i nized by all who have s-u!] i t is - vices. HARRY CLOCK. the busy milk and it-ve nii:n if the town is Mr. I iarrrv Clock, wI i n e 'i the dairy wi-st of town. Air. I-k k old...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 2 July 1909

The Future of Harlowton By Benj. Urner 'I'hat the future of Hlarlowton is ex ceedingly bright can be urtermined trom the following facts: Its situation on the banks of the Mus selshell river, surrounded by fertile val leys and running streams, makes it a center for agricultural and stock grow ing operations. Being a junction of tlih' Lewistown extension and iioth a height and passenger division on the mini line of the C., M. & St. P. railroad. and the eastern terminal of the mioiutain di vision requiring double headers on all west bound freight trains. makes it neceSsary for the railroad eoiipainy to keep a large force of employees at his point. This means a large payiroll which is a great help to the iowns. When the line is fully computed *Ii the inst, imuhbling the railroad ci ian vat to operate through freight ail pa senger selt ice, the niiuiber of em ployei will be increased to such an ext nt that the revenue from this source alone will support a good sized town. A flour mi...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 2 July 1909

Enuterprises. ~ MUSSELSHELL VALLEY NATIONAL BANK. I I. I4.. Žil~uaz sun! ii i C. N. 1'ridii ..',lIir i* 41111l --owvtl: Suint its _ niuýtit is thy" iiuý liiil \ait t. i - ii It 1"111k l It Iu~ l4 i t~ 11 tillr 1.4 Iv I it V mut i jPARdOWvTON i)RUC COMPANY. It tip-jr How' Iii'xii'' li' ft it' ili-i l.-ii i x r I~nl I in \t i-li'd ni-it \L-~ i f. V.i -'twr~ :11, 1( i-ti D l*l ii f iii .r t" .Ii Ilea ."I.Nor h 1)11: t. hev l u . ei -," 1 I l t~ l . w L !I i r ri i in.IIAPI)WARE'l w~", BUSINESS.tn * +++++++T4'+++++++.T'++.....T T .T.TTTTT..... 9'.....TTT.. ......6.. ..4++4. ..... ......... ...++++++++.... ` .TT TT.TTT... ...............T..... 4'9JTý.. ý7'T... ..T'ii... 14 1+ H. C. HAWLEY G. L. FAIR Harlowton Drug Comp any Biggest and Best Drug Establishment in the Musseishell Valley Drugs Trusses Perfumes Bandages and Toilet Articles Surgical Goods Prescr ptions a Specialty Registered Pharmacist Always in Charge Fair Exchange: You need our goods and we need your business. Typewriter Sup...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 2 July 1909

STATE BANK OF HARLOWTON Oldest Bank in the Musselshell Valley Established 1904 as Private Bank Incorporated 1906 as State Bank Capital = = = $ 50,000 Surp. and Profits $ 8,500 Deposits = = $135,000 Officers: Benj. Urner, President M. N. Stevens, Vice President W. 0. Straight, Cashier J. Wheeler Freeman, Assistant Cashier Directors: Benj. Urner, Prest. Urner Mercantile Co.; M. N. Stevens, Prest. Winnecook Land & Live Stock Co.; J. H. Freeser, Capitalist, Rancher; Jos. Labrie, Prest. Labrie Ranch Co.; G. D. Martin, Rancher and Stockman; S. K. Campbell, Physician; W. 0. Straight, Cashier. Among Some of the Stockholders Not on Board of Directors: Samuel A. Shaw, President American Fork Live Stock Co.; J. E. Bower. Capitalist; S. McKennan, Treasurer Union Bank &* Trust Co., Helena, and Capitalist; Joseph Koontz, President Commercial National Bank, Bozeman; E. C. Kinney, Civil Engineer; Chas. F. Williams, Rancher and Stockman; Martin Grande, Vice Prest. First National Bank of Whit...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 2 July 1909

Gold Medal Flour Gold Medal Flour I I I *1 I I Harlowton Grocery I Company We Have the Exclusive Sale of I Gold Medal Flour The Best Flour in the World * EVERY SACK GUARANTEED I Try one sack and if not satisfactory, we will refund your money I I IHarlowton Grocery Co mp anyI I I I I I I IGold Medal Flour Gold Medal FlourI I. I

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 2 July 1909

040 The Harlowton News O. The Continuation of The Muuselshell News VOL. 4 HARLOWTON. MEAGHER COUNTY, MONTAN A, FRIDAY, .h171Y 2, 1900 No. I TELEPHONE EX CHANGE SOLD N. H. Graham Becomes Sole Pro prietor, Exchange to Be Remodled. Mr. M. H. Graham returned from Salt Lake City Wednesday night where he had been in conference with the officers of the Rocky Mountain Bell Telephone Company. Salt Lake City is the headquarters bf the com pany. While there Mr. Graham con summated a deal to purchase the lo cal exchange which makes him the sole owner of the telephone system. Those at the meeting were H. Vance Lane, president of the company, P. H. Hopkins, general contract and col lection agent, and H. Summers, gen eral superintendent. The latter is an old friend of Mr Graham's father. He also had a consultation with the engineers of the company who were busy drawing diagrams for many new toll lines, one of which will be built from here to Lewistown with a full metallic, copper circuit all the w...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 2 July 1909

The Harlowton News A. Ii. EISELEIN, Editor and Publisher. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Year................ ..... 2.50 Subscription Payable in Advance. ADVER'I ISNG RATES FURNISHEr ON APPLICA'l ION Entered as second-class matter August 2d. iltui. at the hi' os ttlte at Iiarlowton. Montana. under the ait of tongrt'ess of .11ar h 3d. 1579. Suclsi'r.'ters who fail to re'eive theli ,apers. will please notify tals office. ýubscribers diesiring address changed. please give foumer address. as well as new one. NOTICE Copy for rhaicce of adcveti.inii must he in) 1 hl, oH00e hU TuesdRy eVeilng to receive the )I Ni' iit- it'il! lllt Volume IV, No. I. flITHI the present iisue The News begins on its fourtii year. I is our earnest desire to expeand and keep pare ttit h the growtht of tic' toti . A retrospective glance, over the progress made in the last three scears is most optimnistic, and gives us renewted energy and courage to cope wit h what a iversity may be our lot, aol to insure a bright fut...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 2 July 1909

Rev. W. W. Van Orsdel, One of Montana's Greatest Men. VISIT' HARLOWTON St. Paul Men Stop off at "The Pride of the Musselshell"- 75 in Bunch. Monday, June 21, a large delegation of St. Paul Business men of all classes whose names appear later in this article, swooped down"en masse" up on Harlowton, the Pride of the Mus selshell. These merchants and business men are touring the west, via the C. M. & P. S., N. P. and Gt. N. Railways by special train, under the auspices of the St. Paul Jobbers & Manufacturers Accociation. The party travels in an elaborate special train, with all modern equip ments and conveniences,( the train consisting of five sleepers,:one dining car, one baggage car, one dynamo car and a business car. The Minnesota State Band consisting of twenty-five pieces accompanied the nmerchant princes on their tour giving concerts at every point visited. The para mount, object of this party is to visit the trade at their own places of busi ness thruout the west, and be...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 2 July 1909

Breaking Land with Traction Engine in the Judith Basin. ON ENLARGED HOME STEADS Th, department at Washington has recently sent out for the guidance of land o icials a circular in which some points in the new' law are interpreted and others, in a way, cleared up. Knowing the keen interest taken by the people in this law, which is of the most important to Montana enacted in years, we herewith reprint the germain rortion of the document: The Registers and Receivers, United States Land Offices, Colorado, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Washington, Wyoming, Arizona and New Mexico. Gentlemen: The following instruc t:ons are issued for your guidance in the administration of the act of con gress, approved Feb. 19, 1909, "to p-ovide for an enlarged homestead" (Public-No. 245), copy of which may be found at the end of these in instructions: Homestead Entries for Three Hun dred and Twenti Acres-Kind of land Subject to Such Entry 1. The first section of the act pro vides for the makinu of homest...

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