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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 12 November 1909

The Roundup Hospital Fire Proof Elegantly Appointed Wards and Private Rooms. Baths on Every Floor. Two Trained Nurses Always in Attendance Day And Night. Strictly Modern and up-to-date Operating Rooms FOR TERMS ADDRESS ROUNDUP HOSPITAL L ROUNDUP, MONTANA BUS & TRANSFER HARRY COSGRIFF, Prop. Bus and Transfer Bus Meets all Trains L Harlowton, Montana . . Telephone No. 63. ow gmmmm mimmemeiememaagm;mme THE - STATE BANK OF HARLOWTON We give below a list of our directors, Feeling that no further guarantee of conservative management need be given Benj. Urner Jos. Labrie M. N. Stevens G. D. Martin Dr. S. K. Campbell J. HI. Freeaser W. 0. Straight Benj. Urner, Pres. W. 0. Straight, Cashier m mmmmm mmmme eeemsemmme smmmm. FOR~ Ice Cream, Candy, Stationery, Books, Tobacco, Cigars, Drugs and Notions GO TO T. R. PORTER Confectionery To lse Bulder I We are Still in a Position to Furnish all Kinds of S SBUILDINGMATERIAL I MONTANA LUMBER CO. Harlowton Meat Market Wholesale and Retail Dealers F...

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. — 12 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 Har low. Come in and see these pretty warmth-giving garments. WOMIINS' PLUSN HNTD (OATS [1[N'S P11151 Made of fine black Kersey and Broad cloth and run from 48 to 50 inches in (OAT 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 wit is superb; models the newest. Imported tan plush, having collar of Isabell fox. $20.00 Quilted Lined Coat- lined witl $30.00 Plush Lined Coat- Lined with Imported Farmers Satin-quilted, having fine black imported plush, finished with a collar of Brown Sabble. collar of Ot ter, also faced vv i...

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. — 19 November 1909

13T" The Harlowton News AWIRE The Conunuation of The Musselshell News VOL. 4 HARLOWTON. MEAGHER COUNTY, MONTANA. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1909 No. 21 THANKSGIVING DAY IS APPOINTED President and Governor Issue Usual Proclamations Concerning Thanksgiving Day. WE HAVE BEEN HIGHLY BLESSED So Says the Executive of the Nation of the American People. People of Montana Have Reason to be Grateful. Washington, Nov. 15-Thursday, Nov. 25, was officially proclaimed by President Taft today as Thanksgiving day. The president's proclamation follows: "By the president of the United States of America. Proclamation: "The season of the year has returned when, in accordance with the revered custom established by our forefathers, the people of the United States are wont to meet in their usual places of worship and observe a day of thanks to God for the great mercies and bene fits which they have enjoyed "During this past year we have been highly blessed. No great calamities or flood or tempest or epidemic of...

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

m SUITS 4 OVERCOATS WE are showingBoy's Clothing in the New Crisp Things both in cloth and make, high quality in every particular, from the factory of Becker, Mayer & Co. of Chicago. BOY'S CLOTHING GUARANTEED Lot 83244. Blue Cheviot, single breasted with belt, knee pants. good and warm; sizes 3 to 8 years. Price $4.00 worth $5.50. Lot 13442. A gray worsted, double breasted, sizes? to 13 years . Worth $6.00. Pr ice .......5 Lot 32804. Black Cheviot with light stripes, size 8 to 15 years, Coat, Ve.st and Pants, worth $70 $5 50 In addition to these, we º p have 100 Boy's Suits, all ages from 3 to 15 years in`. a large variety of style, cloth and makeup. DOT'S OY[~(OA1S TOON1 Pen's OY[D(OAJS With all the latest ideas, Sizes 32 to 36 kinks and careful work manship. Sizes from 3 plýld[ Pric fl tom $4. to $5. #10.00 at J Come in and look our large stock of Men's Suits and Overcoats Before Buying Elsewhere Harlowton E. F. Ross Co. Montana 1em inimmene***emin mms --a To the Builder We ar...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 19 November 1909

The HarCowton News A. H. EISELEl dio and Publisher. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Year......'........ .........$2.50 Subscriptiop Payable in Advance. ADVURTIWUNG RATES FURNISHEC ON APlLIOA2ION PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Enr I as secon-ciagg matter Au st 24. at0e ct of conrs ofrMarch3d 1879a. phacribers who tall to-receive their papers. wilplesase notify this oflice. Bumribers desiring address changed, please ivfomraddres . as well as new one. NOTICE this offce frby Tue inay evedingt w emsev h proper attention t eev h Small In the Air lIHE following is taken from the WJudith Gap Journal: Last week Saturday Ed. Mackin, a sheep herder near Bercail, tried to take his life by cutting his throat. He was found in his wagon by one of the ranchers shortly after the at tempt had been made, and Dr. Camp bell of this place was sent for at once. When Dr. Campbell arrived he found Mr. Mackin in a very low condition, and that he had very small chances to recover. Up to this time, however, there has no n...

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

W-O. STRAIGHT U. S. COMMISSIONER Land Filings and yearly and Final Proofs okn be made Before me. &rlowton, - - - : - Montana DR. S. K. CAMPBELL PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office: Main Street. Harlowton, - Montana. Dr. A. M. KNIGHT Resident Dentist LYONS BUILDING ' I-ARLOWTON. MONTANA L D. GLENN ATTOREY-AT-LAW & NOTARY PUBLIC Will practice in all state and fed eral courts. Conveyan&:ig and col lections. Office in MIusselsheli Val ley National Bank block on Cen tral Ave. Harlowton, - - - Montana. W. C. HUSBAND, LAWYER Will practice in all state and fe deral courts. Conveyancing col lections Corporation law and real estate. Office over State Bank. Harlowton, - - - - - - Montana Conwell & Conwell LAWYERS GENERAL PRACTICE. Central Ave. Ilarlow ton, Montana. George Courtney CITY DRAY AND TRANSFER LINE Harlowton, - Montana Dr. E. F. ROSS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Ottice: Ross Rooming House HARLOWTON, MONTANA. Roundup Steam Laundry E. W. Ray, Prop. All kinds of first-class laundry wo...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 19 November 1909

NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Dpartment of the Interior. U. S. Land Of~de at Lewistown, Montana October 2& 1900 Nitce is hereby given that James Duffy wnase post-ofMee address I arlowton, Mon tana did, on the 14 day of June, 1909, fle in this once Sworn Statement and Application. No. 000'3.. to purchase then 1-2 n w l-4 sw 1-4 n w 1-4. Section 25, tp 6 n. range 16 east, Mont. M. Shd the timber thereon, under the prov isions of the acts of June3, I3875. and acts am enditory, known as the "Timber and Stone Law," at such value as might be f xed by ap praisment. and tthat, pursuant to such applica tion. the land and timber thereon have been appraised Ml0.00. that said applicant will offer final proof in support of his application and sworn statement on the 29 day of ilec., 1900, before Register and Receiver, at Lewistown. Montana. A ny person is at liberty to protest this pur chas before entry, or Initiate a contest at any timtn before patent issues, by uiling a corrob orated affidavit in ...

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

LOCAL NEWS "Gold Seal" rubbers and over shoe at Marshalls. When your pipe don't work call at the Bon Bon. Just received a large shipment of pipes, at the Bon Bon. H. J. Giltinan of Bereal], was in town several days this week. Rev. P. J. Anshutz was in town Monday and Tuesday of this week. D. O. Holland was over from Boze man the first part of the week. R. B. Stephenson is building a kitchen back of the Boston store this week. Geo. Lyons of Twodot was in town several days the fore part of this week. P. J. Moore of Twodot registered at the Hotel Graves Saturday of last, week. James Dilliga of Moore came down Saturday. He returned to his home the same day. B. C. Baxter and C. P. Tooley came down from Twodot yesterday taspend a few hours with friends here. The household goods of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Williams were sold under execution this week Wednesday. Harlowton was the scene of two ruuaways this week. Both however terminated luckily, nobody being hurt and the damage very light. Forest Sm...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 26 November 1909

AROALo00TER The Harleoton News A The C nnuation of'b MusueIsheII News VoL. 4 BARLOWTON. MEAGHER COUNTY, WONTANA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 19oi No. 22 RETREAT FROMFLAMESý It is Believed That Many Miners Have Found a Safe Refuse in the St. Paul Mine. Cherry, Ill., November 22.-Efforts to reach men possibly still alive in the St.'Paul mine were made in two directions today-east and west. In the latter section the attempt was maie at the third or bottom gallery at the earnest request of Duncan Mc Donald, president of the United Mine Workers of Illinois, and nine other officials of the organization. The gloomy situation here was ac centuated today by the weather. Ilain fell all night and in the forenoon turned to snow. Almost no relatives of the miners were at the scene. Efforts to explore underground con tinued with 4nabated vigor. Dozens of volunteers worked against the most exasperating odds to attend their explorations.' Earth and coal were removed only to be followed by another cave in....

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

HAWLEY & FARR The Druggists SuID US QOUR PhCS(DIPDlOH ItW_ STiLE _II__STATIOI~tRI Our drugs are the finest ob- Everybody likes to receive a tamable and our stock is in letter on new style grade. every way adequate. We We have "correct stationery feel our responsibility to you here." Boxes or bulk. and your phydician. Any grades. PERFUME Our stock of Perfumes and Toilet hilui sites is very complete and contain, the best in every line mAeD DarnarS rANDy RUBBER GOODS Ice hags, 1w!t s ater hot lies. Try some of our Chocolates Fountain antr enit at ion and Bon Bons. Always fresh. vulcanized ruIer sr I inges. Phone 85 Harlowton Drug Co. P' 0. Box 237 Harlowton, :-: Montana. (ImemeI immme When Turkey is King and Thanksgiving celebrations are in order, the social season will be in full swing. In view of coming events, it will be to your pleasure and profit to inspect the collection of dia monds, pearls, precious stones and every kind of fine jewelry that lovers of good dressing " can de...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 26 November 1909

MIsselkil Y loIIty ldt Dad Harlowton, Montana L !. . arsHali, Prs. A. C. ravts, Yke Pms. c(. . Friy (lhkr .. P. Marrs, Asst. (ash. We Appreciate Your Business ýiE do a general banking business, write domestic and foreign Exchange, pay in terest on time deposits. . Capital $50,000 Stockholders Liability over $3,500,000.00 - If Not a (ustoitr, ko.ý DOe An Offer To Al Poorly Paid Men To every man, 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 occupation you prefer, the I. C. S. will show you how it is not only pos sible, but actually easy for you to enter that occupation and secure a good paying position. It puts you under no obligation to send in the coupon. Have you enough ceiosity to ask 1OW? " International Corresp...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 26 November 1909

NEWS Read Marshalis add. Jeen Lain of Lewistown was in our city Tuesday. Mrs. J. Christinson went up to Lewistown Tuesday. Geo. S. Garrett of Spokane was in Harlowton Sunday and Monday. Patterson fur coats **the best" at reasonable figures at Marshalls. The Bon Bon Confectionery handles ice cream, candy, cigars, ect. E. G. Worden, Lawyer First Nat ionl Bank Block, Lewistown, Mont. MT. P. Moore from Twodot was in towh a few days the fare part of this week. W. C. Quails returned from a deer hunt Sunday, bringing with him one fawn. When your appetite craves for the hestotf truits you can buy it at the Bon Bon. 18-tf FOR RENT--A neat office room above the McQuitty building. In quire at the Harlowton Grocery Co. 14-tf II. E. Marshall is giving away to his customers a good-luck emblem with one of the new jAncoln pennies in the center. WANTED AT ONCE-Men and teams wanted at once on railroad work at camp three miles east of Lavina by W. A. Keene, contractor. 10-tf Mrs. Wm. C. Jenizen accomp...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 3 December 1909

SALB5TR The Harlowton News At The Continuation of The Musselshell News VOL. 4 HARLOWTON. MEAGHER COUNTY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1909 No. 23 BANNER YEAR FOR MONTANA Elliot Predicts the Heaviest Immi gration the State Has Ever Known. Nove ent Now Fairly Completed Will Continue for Many Years. Helena, Mont., Dec. 1.-There will be a greater tide of immigration to Montana in 1910 than in any year since this commonwealth appeared on the map, in the opinion of Howard Elliot, president or the Northern Pacific Railway company. Mr. Elliot is a firm believer in the future wealth and greatness of Mon tana. "I have just come from the national apple show at Spokane," said lie, "and while I don't know how this state came out on the prizes, it struck me that the exhibits from the Bitter Root, the Flathead and other fruit-growing regions of the state were as tine as were to be seen at the show. "Do you know that Montana will be o'xe of the greatest apple producing states in the country? Climat...

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. — 3 December 1909

HAWLEY & FARR The Druggists StAD US TOUR P S(RIPTIO11 11th S liT 5ll SIAJIOfllt A. Our drugs are the linest ob- Ever, bhuds ikes to receive a tamable and our s ock is in letter on new style grade. 1i every way adequate. We We have "correct stationery feel our responsibility to you here." Boxes or bulk. and your physician. : Any grades. I111 PERFUME Our stock of I erful es and Toilet 1 1 liuI - sites is very complete and contain a tmhe b. t in everL liini . Its WARD . DROTN1S (ANDY RUBBER GOODS ice ba . hwt I Nati r I n tl les. Try some of our (h ii lals IeuI A i anIt anti c1n 1litat iion anti ion Bons. Always fresh. vuiraizeii rubber s ri ngis. Phone 85 Harlowton Drug Co. P. 0. Box 237 Harlowton, :.: Montana. Il, Harlowton Grocery Company " it Will Arrive About November 30th A Carload of Richelieu Groceries. If you Have Never Tried the Richelieu Brands, Call on us and we Will Show you Their r Excellent Qualities. Have you tried our "Snow White Flour," the celebrated "Juin River"...

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. — 3 December 1909

POWER ClAh13N 'ThE IN StAINT b'F BEPOBE. Speasi for ItelL 2N starting this new feature] in The * News the writer has nothirgtosay in the way of an explanaiion, it speaks for itself. If you like it, read it; if you don't like it, pass it by. 0- What Wi Cn D. HEN Napoleon's officers told him 1 that he could not cross the Alps at that time of the year with hiartiy, lie cried, "Then there shall be no Alps!" And he crossed. When Admiral Togo heard . the call pf. bis country, he rose from a sick-bed May, ing, "I shall be well when Iteach the bridge of my flagship." And he was. Thus it always is, for Will embraces t h e two cardinal elements. of success, namely, Desire. and . Faith. "I WILL BE MASTER Oil MY SELF!" This is the slogan of vietory. The massive methods are -not :to.:be compared with it. o-0 Kind Words. A kind word is the cheapest. of com modities; yet it :oftehz brings more joy than gems. H uman relations are such that we place absurd reliance upon professions: and while this i...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 3 December 1909

ULlMU TO MECCA Abdul, Hamid Hopes It Will Bind His Empire in Asia. Road H4ow Rune to Mohammed's Tomb in Medina and Will Be Completed to Meooa In 1918 at Cost of $40,000,000. Sprigfield, Mass.-On Tuesday, September 2, 1908, the holy railroad was opened from Damascus to Me dina, and no avowed Christian is to be allowed to pass further than Medina-Saleb into the country of Hejas. So there is a savor of mystery about this holy railroad, which runs near the tomb of the prophet of Me dina, the present terminus of the road. It is the holy city that received Mohammed when Mecca cast him out as a heretic, denouncing paganism and idolatry and preaching. "There is one God and Allah is his name I" It was In 622 A. D. that Medina allowed the young reformer to preach his new faith. Finally his new gospel was preached by the force of the swoid, and Mohammed won the reputation of a miracle worker. He conquered Mec ca and made it the center of Islam, and the kaaba, or sacred pantheon, was made the g...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 3 December 1909

Musselsheil Vialy nil lank Harlowton, Montana A. t. Masal Pres.~ s C. n. Friday (ashler f. P. Mlarrs, Asst. (ash. I We Appreciate Your Business E do a general banking business, write domestic and forelgn Exchange, pay in terest on time deposits. Capital $50,000 Stockholders Liability over -$3,500,000.00 It Not a (ustomer, lecome One An Offer To All Poorly Pald Men To every man, 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 occupation you prefer, the I. C. S. witl show you how it is not only pos sible, but actually easy for you to enter that occupation and secure a good paying position. It puts you under no obligation to send in the coupon. Have you enough curiosity to ask HOW ? .4 .....**a*****4****** " Internationa...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 3 December 1909

LOCAL NEWS All kinds of hardware at Marshalls. Gans and ammunition at Marshalls. For results try the News Want Column. Start your Holiday advertising early it will pay you. "Snow White Flour" at the Har lowton Grocery Co. A. L. Holmes from Lennep was in town last Saturday. Men's warm winter caps at Marshalls. Two houses for sale. Will sell cheap. See W. C. Husband. John Shoeman came down from Dorsey the first of the week. For presents of tobacco or a good box of cigars, try the Bon Bon. Chas D. Allen Caine down from Lewistown for a visit over Sunday. Martin Hleriem of Lennep spentSun day in the Pride of the Musselshell. The different stores are now putting their Christmas stocks on display. The best flour in the world "Snow White Flour" Harlowton Grocery Co. Useful Xmas. gifts, silverware and hand painted Chinaware at MarshialIs. Richelieu Brand of Groceries at the Harlowton Grocery Co. W. G. Norman, a Kendal citizen. spent several days in town this week. M. H. Graham went over to W...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 10 December 1909

LOOTER The Harlo.ton News woR The Continuation of Thb Musselshell News VOL. 4 HARLOWTON. MEAGHER COUNTY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1909 No. 24 DRY FARMING WILL BE PUSHED Roads Will Co-operate in Increas ing Number of Montana Stations. The director of the Montana ex periment station, F. B. Lintleld, is making plans for extensive agricul lural experiments next season. Dry farming and irrigated land stations are to be established over the state in increased numbers. About fourteen temporary stations were maintained last year for the purpose of making farm tests. The Chicago, Milwaukee & Puget Sound railway will provide for three more stations, and will increase the fund appropriated for that work. The Great Northern railroad has not de linately decided what plans it will lursue, but intends to extend experi mental work materially along its lines. The Northern Pacific has not decided upon increasing its tunds, but it is likely it will do so. It con tributed $5,000 for farm tests...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 10 December 1909

ONISIMAS TO0ALL WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR EVERYTHING IN THE HOLIDA Y LINE Toilet Cases Complete line "1847 Rogers Bros." Hand Bags Silverware Smoking Sets Ties and Suspenders in handsome Shaving Sets Xmas. Boxes Carving Sets Gold bnd Silver Mounted French Briar Pipes in Cases Tobac co and Cigar Jars Famous Phoenix Mufflers, all Sizes . Post Card Albums and Colors Ink Wells Celebrated Tree Brand Cutlery Music Rolls A Comqlete Line of "Danial Gi een" Childrens Serwing Sets Comfeys Childrens Work Boxes Fancy Christmas Boxes of Candy SivGerman Silver Card Cases A Complete line of Lowney's Candies Silver Plated Glove and Hdkf. Boxes of which we are Sole Agents Fancy Parlor Lamps Both oil and Electric Initial and Fancy Haderhefs Dolls, Harmonicas y Handkerchiefs for Dinner Sets, Pipe Racks Ladies and Gentleman Gillette Safety Razors, Latest Models Sweater Coats caps and gloves In tad everything to be wished for in the~way of suitable presents for evr member of the family or friends. Uruer t...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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