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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 15 October 1909

The HarloWton News The Continua ion of The Musselshell News VoL. 4 HARLOWTON. MEAGHER COUNTY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1909) No. 16 C. B. CATLIN PASSES AWAY Former County Commissioner of This County Passes Away Webnesday. Telegrams were received in White Sulphur Springs Wednesday after noon, announcing the death of Chas. B. Catlin, which sad event occurred at Minneapolis. Mr. Catlin, accompanied by his family, his brother Edwin H. and a physician left the Springs last Satur day morning for Battle Creek, Mich., where he was to enter a sanitorium, where his relatives hoped he would re gain his health. Mr. Catlin suffered a severe attack of pneumonia two years ago from which he never fully recovered, since which time he has been gradually declining in health. The winter months of last year were passed in California by himself and family for his benefit. Charles Blair Catlin was born in New Haven, Conn., Feb. 18, 1856, and was the son of Rev. and Mrs. Wm. E. Catlin. He received his ...

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. — 15 October 1909

News From Neighboring Towns Ita of latoest to ur Readers Clipped From Our Contempories JUDITH GAP (Judith Gap Journal.) It will be remembered that not many weeks ago a party of business men made a trip over the Great Nor thern from Great Falls to Billings on a tour of inspection. In that party was represented the big Souring mill firm of Washburn, Crosby & Com pany, by Mr. Crosby himself. This firm has a mill in Great Falls and Mr. Crosby was looking over the field with a view to establishing elevators for the purchase of wheat to supply his mill. When Judith Gap was reached, Mr. Crosby spent considerable time here and went carefully over the trib utary country. He was strongly im pressed with the coming importance of Judith Gap as a distributing point, on account of the two railroads, and the splendid future of the town from an agricultpral point of view. He told the Minneapolis Journal when he re turned home that Judith Gap was lo cated in the center of the greatest wheat belt...

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. — 15 October 1909

To Farmers and all who are interested in the country along the Chicago, Milwaukee & Puget Sound Railway in Montana. The Chicago, Milwaukee & Puget Sound Railway announces a series of farmers institutes to be given at the following points: Lavina, Montana November 1st Roundup " " 2nd Moore "" 3rd Lewistown " " 4th Harlowton " " 5th Three Forks " " 6th Musselshell " " 8th Baker "' 9th Ismay " " 10th Lectures will be given on farming methods and allied subjects by Professor H. W. Campbell, of Lincoln, Nebr., author of Campbell's Soil Culture Manual and editor of Campbell's Scientific Farmer: Professor F. B. Linfield,. Director of Experimental Stations, State of Montana; Professor Alfred Atkinson, Professor of Agronomy, Montana State Agricultural College: Professor F. S. Cooley Superin tendentof Farmers Institutes, State of Montana, and by Dr. W. X. Sudduth, of Billings, Montana. The Chicago, Milwaukee & Puget Sound Railway cordially invites every one interested to attend th...

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. — 15 October 1909

UNDEIWWEAR Nothing in our establishment offers a better subject. It is inviting to look at. It is difficult to kkp within bounds when describing it. It is one of those products about which you can tell the truth. No need to draw on your imagination. Beautifully finished garments. Ample measurements. Perfect fitting. An extensive range of styles. MEN'S UNDERWEAR-The Most Interesting Sale of American Knitting Mills Underwear Ever Held This concern is known as one of the best makers of uuderwear in the country. We sell hundreds of their garments each season. Owing to the fact that we purchased then bemfore the. advance in the price of yarns,we can make you the following low prices. Men's Underwear-a beautiful, Men's Natural Gray Underwear Men's Pink Ribbed Underwear heavy lemmon-yellow, stricti -American Knitting Mills, A heavy all wool pink ribbed all wool shirt and drawers silIa faced shirt and sateen brand made of tinest worsted; silk underwear, silk faced shirt, drawers. The warmes...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 22 October 1909

The Harloton Ne ws , The Continuation do The Musselshell News V.L. 4 HARLOWTON. MEAGHER COUNTY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1909 No. 17 RANCH HAND, IS KILLED Peter Hegerstad Was Dragged to Death Sunday Moraag by His Horse. Peter Hageraau, a ranch hand u orking for Frank Williams at Big Elk, was dragged to death by his horse while returning from Twodot Sunday morning. Mr. Hagerstad had been at Twodot until about 2 o'clock Sun day morning and was under the in fluence of liquor when he left for the ranch. One of the stirrups on the saddle was broken, so Mr. Hagerstad tied a rope to the saddle to act in the place of a stirrup. It is thought that while on his way home the horse be came frightened and through its rider, his foot remaining in the rope stirup, and in such a manner it is thought he was dragged to death.. The body of the unfortunate man was found Sunday on a bridge about six miles from Twodot. It could be seen by the road that he had been draged for nearly a mile, before he ...

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. — 22 October 1909

News From Neighboring Towns heums o lnteret to Our Raders CUpped From Our Contempories ROUNDUP (Roundup Record.) Dr. L. H. Thurston returned last night from Lewistown where he has been to attend the Knights of Pythias convention as a delegate from the local lodge. He reports that Lewistown entertained her guests in royal style. The trustees of the Methodist church decided at a meeting held Wednesday evening to build a par sonage. This will be one more home added to our city. Everyone should take pride in this and help all they can to push the enterprise along. Donations of labor, material and money will be most gratefully accept ed. Postmaster Schrump received ad vice from the first assistant post master general last week that the bus iness done by the local office war ranted a re-classification, and that in accordance with the postal regula tions, the office will hereafter be of the third class, the order being ef fective October Ist. Coincident with the re-classification, Postmast...

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. — 22 October 1909

To Farmers and all who are interested in the country along the Chicago, Milwaukee & Puget Sound Railway in Montana. The Chicago, Milwaukee & Puget Sound Railway announces a series of farmers institutes to be given at the following points: Lavina, Montana November 1st Roundup " " 2nd Moore -" " 3rd Lewistown 4" " 4th Harlowton " " 5th Three Forks " " 6th Musselshell " " 8th Baker " ' 9th Ismay " " 10th Lectures will be given on farming methods and allied subjects by Professor 'H. W. Campbell, of Lincoln, Nebr., author of Campbell's Soil Culture Manual and editor of Campbell's Scientific Farmer; Professor F. B. Linfield, Director of Experimental Stations, State of Montana; Professor AltreJ Atkinson, Professor of Agronomy, Montana State Agricultural College: Professor F. S. Cooley Superibl tendentof Farmers Institutes, State of Montana, and by Dr. W. X.Sudduth, of Billings, Montana. The Chicago, Milwaukee & Puget Sound Railway cordially invites every one interested to atten...

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. — 22 October 1909

UNDERWEAR Nothing in our establishment offers a better subject. It is inviting to look at. It is difficult to keep within bounds when describing it. It is one of those products about whiicht you can tell the truth. No need to draw on your imagination. Beautifully finished garments. Ample measurements. Perfect fitting. An extensive range of styles. t MEN'S UNDERWEAR--The Most Interesting Sale of American Knitting Mills Underwear Ever Held This concern is known as one of the best makers of underwear in tihe country. We sell hundreds of their garments each season. Owing to tire fact that we purchased thetm before the advance in the price of yarns, we can make you the following low prices. Men's Underwear-a beautiful, Men's Natural Gray Underwear ?.lel's Pi'ik Ribbed Underwear heavy lenmmon-yellow, strictly -Amereican Knitting Mills ---A heavy all wool pink ribbed all wool shirts and drawers, silk faced shirts and satine brand made of tinest worsted; silk underware, silk faced shirts, d...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 29 October 1909

The Harlo on News The Continuation of The Musselshell News Vot. 4 HARLOWTON. MEAGHER COUNTY, MtONTAN.\. FRIDAY, `OCTOBER 29, 1909 No. 18 . I I I II I ·I . ~ CHICAGO MAN BREAKS LEG W. C. Reuse of Chicago Breaks His Leg in Runaway Last Week Saturday. W. C. Reuss a real estate man from Chicago was the victim of a sad mis fortune Saturday, while out driving * on the Shaw Ranch looking over the land. The team as frightened while passing throuh a gate and be came uncontrdllable. The frightened team dashed foreward passing another team, in doing sj the wheels of the buggies got caught, causing a bad breakup. The parties in both rigs Swere thrown to the ground, but Mr. Reuss was the only one that was hurt. He had his left leg broken above the knee and his right knee sprained. Dr. Rose was called, who left immediatly with the Urner auto. The unfor tunite man was brought to Harlowton and placed in the Ross Rooming House where he was given proper at tention, and at present is getting along as ...

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. — 29 October 1909

The Harlowton News SIA A. H. EISELEIN. Editor and Publisher. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Year. .......................2.50 Subscription Payable in Advance. ADVERTIBING RATES FURNISHEC ON APPLIOA'1ION PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Entered as second-class matter August 2d, 190i. at the postofice at Haslowton, Montana. under the act of conePress of March 3d. I7i9. Subscribers who fall to receive their papers. will please notify this office. Subscribers desiring address changed, please 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 He Never Had Your Chance In this man's day there was little chance for the chap who started out in life as a work man with no special training. He was foredoomed to work for small wages until finally disqualified by old age. With YOU it is different. If you are not getting ahead as fast as you should in your chosen occupa tion, the I. C. S. will help you. * A re...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 29 October 1909

Back to Dear Old Kentucky v 'ý ' a ý ' ý M ýi .3 J ý" S t"Y #_ E; ,II 4 } .ý Ný, F +'ý ýa ill-'· -C- V '" F ~~·;" ' ·c · 4 / I.: . , : i ~,.·0 H " : _ _ _ _ 4"'c' 1; ·. ' T .N son, who has been a resi dent of this state for nearly fifty years, left for Kentucky, where he will remain with his sister for the winter. Mr. Grayson says that lie will prepahs make Kentucky his per manent home. "Guide" Grayson, as he is most generally known, has been residing a few miles west of Ilarlowton the past few years. The following is a short sketch of this interesting citizen of the West: Few have had a more varied and rich experience, and a longer life in the west, than Mr. Grayson. Few are they, who are less retiring and less boastful of their exploits, than this mod est and unassuming pioneer. None have attained greater success and re nown as a guide and hunter than George Grayson. Mr. Grayson was born on a farm in Madison County, Virginia, in 1842. At the age of fifteen, he moved with his paren...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 29 October 1909

FRIDAT N0 BER TII FARMERS' INSTITUTE DAY HARLOWTON, MONT. AFTERNOON AT 1 O'CLOCK I, the undersigned will sell the following at Auction in front of my Livery Barn at Harlowton: 2 Bay Gildings 1 Surry 1 Buckskin Gilding 1 Two Seated Spring Wagon 1 Brown Gilding 3 Sets of Light Harness 2 Grey Mares 1 Single Harness 2 Sorrel Horses 1 Saddle and Shaps 1 Bay Mare 1 Machine Horse Clipper 2 Top Buggies Many Other Articles * TE~R1~SALL SUMS UNDER $50.00 I1RUST BE CASH; OVER, GOOD BANKABIE NOTES. J. J. HALL, Proprietor. -- I-

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 29 October 1909

To Farmers and all who are interested in the country along the Chicago, Milwaukee & Puget Sound Railway in Montana. The Chicago, Milwaukee & Puget Sound Railway announces a series of farmers institutes to be given at the following points: Lavina, Montana November 1st Roundup " " 2nd Moore " " 3rd Lewistown " " 4th Harlowton " " 5th Three Forks " " 6th Musselshell " " 8th Baker " i' 9th Ismay " " 10th Lectures will be given on farming methods and allied subjects by Professor H. W. Campbell, of Lincoln, Nebr., author of Campbell's Soil Culture Manual and editor of Campbell's Scientilic Farmer: Professor F. B. Linfield, J)irector of Experimental Stations, State of Montana; Professor Alfred Atkinson, Professor of Agronomy, Montana State Agricultural College: Professor F. S. Cooley Superiln tendentof Farmers Institutes, State of Montana, and by I)r. W. X.Sudduth, of Billings, Montana. The Chicago, Milwaukee & Puget Sound Railway cordially invites every one interested to atten...

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. — 29 October 1909

WINTER, WOOL MIIS ANID DOTS (CILDR!li H 1ISMt UNDERWeAR AT Half Price and Less This is the wool warranted underwear you see advertised so much. We are over stocked is the reason for this radical reduction. Any shrewd buyer will admit that these are great Bargins Don't Fail to See Them THE NEW ARRIVALS I Ladies' Fur Boas, Muffs, Caps, Ladies cloth Coats with fur collar and plush lined, Men's cloth Coats with fur collars and plush lined, Men's sheep skin lined Coats, Big shipment of Winter Shoee, Children's bear skin Coats, Boy and Girls Coats, fur trimmed SFor ....J M A RS HA LLS C Ban December Can "Now THE BUSY STORE Good LOCAL NEWS Men's Fleece Lined I inderwear only 50 cent at 'Marshalls. The Hon Bon Confect liottery handles ice c'ream, candy, cigar-., c'. For a good smoke try a Richard A Harlow Cigars. Best on the Mlarke, ielenibilt'r Ihe late if ihe Fiar lIners inst It ut.e at I lar.m.ton . Nov. 1 Ii. We have st ill a number of sotuerlir ,asues lftt. Send one to your friends bac...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 5 November 1909

The H-arlowton News The Continuation of The Musselshell News lAVOL. 4 RLOWTON. MEAGItER COUNTY, IMONTANA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1909 No. 1 li ll I -__ ... . I I III i m n illlll I ir m ii ii IMPORTED LABOR Under Contract--Such Is the Charge Against George Pirrie of Rothiemay. Helena, Nov. 1.-Alleging 20 sepa rate and distinct violations of the contract labor law, suit has been brought in the federal court against George Pirrie, a prominent sheep man of Yellowstone county, for jndgement in the sum of $20,000 and costs. The evidence against Pirrie was obtained by the. immigralion service of this district, under Chief Inspector Alfred Hampton. It is said that Pirrie, declining to pay the prevail ing scale of wages to sheepherders of $40 a month, contracted with the inhabitants of Scotland and England to work for him for $30 a month, a years contract being made. Twenty causes of action are alleged, all ractically the same, except for the names of the aliens. It is alleged that Feb. 22, 19...

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 November 1909

The Harlowton News A. HI. EISELEIN, Editor and Publisher. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Year........................2.50 Subscription Payable in Advance. ADVERTISING RATES FURNISHED ON APPLIOA2 ION PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Entered as second-class matter August 2d. 1906. at the postofllice at Harlowton. Montana, under the act of congress of March 3d. Is79. Subscribers who fail to receive their papers. will please notify this office. Subscribers desiring address changed, please give former address, as well as new one. NOTICE Copy for change of advertising must he in this office by Tuesday evening to receive tie proper attention An Offer To All Poorly Palid Men To everyman, and woman, too, who is struggling along against adversity, striving to make the best of long hours and poor wages, the Inter national Correspondence Schools, the standing and achievements of which are known and honored every where, make this offer: If you will indicate by a mark like this X on the coupon below which occ...

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 November 1909

To Farmers and all who are interested in the country along the Chicago, Milwaukee & Puget Sound Railway in Montana. The Chicago, Milwaukee & Puget Sound Railway announces a series of farmers institutes to be given at the following points: Lavina, Montana November Ist Roundup " " 2nd Moore " " 3rd Lewistown " " 4th Harlowton " " 5th Three Forks " " 6th Musselshell " " 8th Baker " ' 9th Ismay " " 10th Lectures will be given on farming methods and allied subjects by Professor H. W. Campbell, of Lincoln, Nebr., author of Campbell's Soil Culture Manual and editor of Campbell's Scientific Farmer: Professor F. B. Linfield, Director of Experimental Stations. State of Montana; Professor Alfred Atkinson, Professor of Agronomy, Montana State Agricultural College; Professor F. S. Cooley Superin tendentof Farmers Institutes, State of Montana, and by Dr. W. X.Sudduth, of Billings, Montana. The Chicago, Milwaukee & Puget, Sound Railway cordially invites every one interested to attend t...

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. — 5 November 1909

NEW FURS If you are one of the wise ones, you will not leave off buying your furs until the cold weather comes. All the wise ones know there is every reason to buy now-better variety, highest quality, more time and very often better price. Our showing this year truly surpasses anything ever shown in H.r. low. Come in and see these pretty warmth-giving garments. WOMtNS' PLUS LINED COATS M['S P[LSH Made of fine black Kersey and Broad cloth and run from 48 to 50 inches in LID ( length; latest semi-fitting backs. $28.00 Plush Lined Coat- lined with Made of fine black kersey or Black Crush Plush, having fur collar of brown lynx. broadcloth, 52 in. long; tailoring $28.00 Plush Lined Coat- lined with is superb; models the newest. Imported tan plush, having collar of Isabell fox. $20.00 uilted Lined Coat lined wit$30.00 Plush Lined Coat- Lined with Imported Farmers Satin-quilted, having tine black imported plush, finished with a collar of Brown Sabble. collar of Otter, also faced with Otter...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 12 November 1909

The Harlow ton News The Continuation of The Musselshell News VOL. 4 HARLOWTON, MEAGIIER COUNTY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1909 No. 20 READ THIS The Following Will Convince You That Montana Is a Great State. Montana has 30,000,000 acres of ara ble land that is being brought under cultivation. The state, for ten years past, has yielded, as the average per acre, 26.7 bushels wheat, 49 bushels oats, 38.6 bushels barley. If the Montana acreage were put into wheat, at the average yield for the state, it. would produce 800,000,000 bushels. If put into oats at the average yield for the state, it would produce 1,470,000,000 bushels. If put into barley, at, the average yield for the state, it would mean a productive possibility of 1,158,000,000 bushels. If the Montana acreage were put into one grain and the yield were only as great as the average for the United States as a whole the productive possibility would be: wheat 414,000,000 bushels; oats, 711,000.000 bushels; barley, 714,000,090 ...

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. — 12 November 1909

We have a very RELIABLE GO b S S large stock of l sMen's Suits INTERESTING VALUES in all the late styles and Just arrived are making a 25 Per DISCOUNT LADIES' on any suit in the store SUITS from $7.50 up I Sheep Lined Coats and!1[l'S SflO!S D SCOATS of the justly famous Hev Forr Cold Frmte Foot Schuize HeaVy Pants Weather & oompany ________________factory of&Copn Manufacture A I Percival B. Palmer Co. A COMPLETE STOCK GLOVES D I ___OF MITTENS They are made of nice goods and I have a nice snappy style that other Styles and Sizes in a greater var makes don't have. iety than any 1_ADItS AIID HISSES two stocks in Stown,, and our SH O ES prices are less than others ask faIIm ! dt Slipprs for home Wear o for same grade _of gloves. 25 EET DISCOUNT on all Children's Shoes-Stock Underwear ia large and must be reduced E F 0 SS CDrawers E. F. 1 R O S cQ SIl S 111 SHIRTS " " " e in great variety Harlowton, - Montana and ::!dvalI adgood value Passing of the Bercail Sheep Ranch Taken From...

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