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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 10 December 1909

To our Cu stomers W E respectfully ask A Good Kitchen Range Ranks First in the heart of the home. your considera- Your wife will walk right out of the "Heart of the Home" into.your tion of the following: arms if you will put a "Sunlight Range" into her kitchen for Christmas. Have it there Christmas eve and you will spend the most joyous Christmai of your life. And the joy will last the whole life, for joy is a permanent guest where you find a contented wife und meals well cooked. Why should the man of the house ask his wife to labor over a small, imperfect stove in her everlast ing and faithful efCort to please her husband? Christmas time now and we are willing to make the burden much lighter for the provider by putting the prices on our ranges down to a point easily within reach of the most conservative purchaser. We have the largest stock of ranges to pick from, each one carrying our "Absolute Guarantee" at the following prices for 30 DAYS ONLY 68=I8S~t1IIT Pde~ it s. TiR~i[i d 3F...

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. — 10 December 1909

LEARNING WITHOUT LIVING IS IftING CHESTNUTS FOR SOMEBODY ELSE TO EAT POWER CEASES IN THE IN- Jr AV V PUT AWAY THAT CAST O E SJ IRON SMILE *~ rMORF1iCMT As a &as Thiaketh. ** sa Man Thinketh So He Is,' that each of us is what lie ii simply and ailely by reason of what he has thought,--that our todays are but materialized thoughts of yester day,--that our tomorrows will be but the finished material created from the warp and woof of our mental activities of today." Thought takes form in actions,--that our thoughts are pressing forward ever toward men tal expressions and activity,-that we are constantly making mental paths over which we must travel in our material activities. Are you thinking and what are your thoughts leading you to? -0 Master Yourself. E THE MASTER OF YOUR SSELF,'and you will find yourself in possession of this devine province as ruler thereof. To fully justify the above statement one must keep in view, that to justify all things is to comprehend all things, and s...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 10 December 1909

Ilissttshdl Yilk Nft1 iak Harlowton, Montana A. C. braces, Ykt Pres. C N. [fry (ashltr F. P. farrs, AssI. (1511. We Appreciate Your Business E 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 (nslwzr, Dceo ON An Offer To All 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 ypn 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 curiesltly to ask HOW? " International Correspondemce Schools :...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 10 December 1909

LOCAL NEWS Read Marshalls add. P. J. Moore came down from Two- ( dot Monday. H. L. Wilcox of Chicago was in town Sunday. Men's fur coats, at the right price at Marshal Is. E. B. Cornwell from Ryegate was in town Tuesday. t "Gold Seal" rubbers and over shoes at Marshalls. .1. E. Allen of Lewistown visited in our city over Sunday. D. R. Smith from Salt Lake City registered at the Hotel Graves Moii day. Ask for "Snow White Flour," Hlar lowton Grocery Co. When your pipe don't work call at the lion Bon. Alfred Mitchell from Twodot registered at the Hotel Graves 'I'ues day. Chas. Newman of lelpine, Montana transacted business in iiarlowton i Tuesday. Geo. Lyons came down from Two- t dot Tuesday and stayed here until Wednesday. The passenger Irains luhve been from four to six hours late the past several days. The inside of the Montana Luiiber ('iompany otlic i. tciig lainteil bt '1.l E. Kirhy 1i-i, .seek. The Hlarlowton tirucor~y c1nmpany received a car lad it canrieh giL' froth Chicago th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 17 December 1909

REALOOT The Harlo tonL WIREe The Continauom of T Meosselabell News VoL. 4 UARLOWTON. MEAGHES COUNTY, MOYTANA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1909 No. 25 WE CANHAVEIT! All We Have to Do Is to Go After it--lilwaukee Railroad Company to put in Thn. More Experimental Stations Next Spring--Harlowton Should Ask for One. The Milwankee officials announced that they will start three moreexper imental farms or stations in Montana the coming spring. This company established several of these farms last year, and every one of them proved to be a great benefit, not only to the vicinity in which it was locat ed but to the whole state. It stands to reason that the easter farmer com ing out here to look over the coun try with a view of investing in Mon tana lands, that he wants some proof as to what they they can raise on it. Now the Milwaukee is not putting in these stations entirely themselves, but they expect to get help of the citizens from the city near which these stations will be located. Har lowton ha...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 17 December 1909

ONISIMAS TB AL.L WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR EVERYTHING IN THE HOLIDAY LINE Toilet Cases Complete line "1847 Rogers Bros." Hand Bags Silverware Smoking Sets Ties and Suspenders in handsome Smoking SXmas. Boxes Shaving Sets Gold and Silver Mounted French Carving Sets 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 Souvenir Spoons A Complete Line of "Danial Gi een" Music Rolls Childrens Serwing Sets Comfeys Childrens Work Boxes Fancy Christmas Boxes of Candy German 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 Handkerchiefs for Dinner Sets, Pipe Racks Ladies and Gentleman Gillette Safety Razors, Latest Models Sweater Coats caps and gloves in lcd eylything to be wished for in the way of suiilabe presents for every member of the fually or friends. Uruferilercaufik...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 17 December 1909

To our Customers respectfully ask Good Kitchen Range Ranks First in the heart of the home. your considera- A Your wife will walk right out of the "Heart of the Home" into your tion of the following: arms if you will put a 'Sunlight Range" into her kitchen for Christmas. Have it there Christmas eve and you will spend the most joyous Christmas of your life. And the joy will last the whole life, for joy is a permanent guest where you find a contented wife und meals well cooked. Why should the man of the house ask his wife to labor over a small, imperfect stove in her everlast ing and faithful effort to please her husband? Christmas time now and we are willing to make the burden much lighter for the provider by putting the prices on our ranges down to a point easily within reach of the most conservative purchaser. We have the largest stock of ranges to pick from, each one carrying our "Absolute Guarantee" at the following prices for 30 DAYS ONLY IiiO SOIlNI 0AI1i[ with Res. I hih dosd 3...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 17 December 1909

FACTS ABOUT MONTANA AND THE FERTILE MUSSELSHELL VALLEY " Montana. "Westward the course of empire takes its way." Montana, with its mines, its forests, its rich agricultural and grazing lands, and its water power, lies in the pathway of the advancing empire. Rapid develop ment of rich resources is today making Montana a land of wealth. The tide of immigration has already reached it. Dormant resources are being %wrought into riches. The whole state holds out inducements and oppor tunity to people of all classes. A few short years only have passed since this great state was open only to the savages who ran wild in the hill and on the bench lands. Already a thrifty population has gathered within its boarders. Cities, towns and farm houses are springing up as if by magic. On the bosom of Montana there is unlimited room for countless numbers yet to come. Soil, Climate and Rainfall. To such advantages of situa ion, opportunity and growth are addied a fertile soil, a healthful ciimate and a...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 17 December 1909

Harlowton, Montaas M.I kLMshi, PM. A. C Oras, Yke es. H. . iday (astis f. P. Mlarrs, Asst. (ash. We Appreciate Your Business E 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 11 nol a (insfom, Ikom Ole An Offer To All Poorly Paid 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 pn 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 t position. It puts you under no obligation to send in the coupon. Have you enough curisilty to ask HOW? a Intermational Correspondence Schools. " lox 799, SCRANTON,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 17 December 1909

LOCAL NEWS I Christmas trees for sale at Porter's. Christmas goods at Porter's Confectionery. Jack Hale and his wife came dowyn from Lewistown Thursday. Do your Christmas shopping early. p Don't wait until the final rush. Diamond rings. fmin $10 up to $130.00 at Robertson's.leivelry store. Piano and vocal lessons by Mrs. E. J. North. $1.00 per lesson. 22t f c, For a good smoke try a Richard A. i HarlowCigar. Best on the market. w Christmas trees for sale at Porter's. C1 E. G. Worden, Lawyer First Nat ional Bank Block, Lewistown, Mont. t, 15-tf If you wish to sell your house, lots n or anything else, list them with W. C. Husband. 15-tf n Mr. John Dierk, the townsite man from Twodot registered at the Ilotel u;raves today. It. is rumored the City Bakery will open up again in a few days under a new managetmlent. Roundup Coal, $4(.00 per ton cash. Delivered to any part of the city. J. J. Hall, exclusive agent. 12-tf Young Men's Suits and Overcoats for winter wear at E. F. Ross & Co. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 24 December 1909

TheHarlowton News !WIR Th. Oontluwaies j1 TM M~uakshell News VoL,. 4 RARLOWTON. MEAGRER COUNTY, EONTANA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1909 No. 26 A BIG LAND DEAL H. C. Hawley and C. N. Friday Turned One of the Biggest Land Deals Made in Central Montana---Libetry & Weaver Buy 15,000 Acre Tract. One of the biggest land deals made in Central Montana the past year was turned by H. C. Hawley and C. N. Friday, both of this place. The land lies in the heart of the famous Jud ith Basin, and surrounds thetownsite of Geyser and Spionkop. The tract consists of 15,000 acres of very desir able bench land, in fact it is known to be the best large tract of land in the state. The consideration being 616.60 per acre. Mr. Friday and Mr. Hawley are to be congratulated on their big success in the land business. Just what these gentlemen made on this deal is not known but it is said that the amount will run fairly high into the thousands. The land was formerly owned by Mr. Long. Joseph Liberty and M. Weaver...

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

Mining Proposition (Continued from first page) Jobb, Secretary; and John E. Ma thews, Treasurer. The board of di rectors consist of the above named officers and also Albert Fisher. Head. quarters for the company have been established at Townsend, and the work of getting ore to the surface has already begun. TESTS. No person will buy stock in a min ing corporation unless he be tirst con vinced that the ore is in the mine. The Broadwater County Mining Comn pany has made several tests, all of which have given proof of exceeding ly rich ore. Assays have been made of the ore taken from the dilTerent shafts at distances varying from 5 to 30 feet in depth, the ore ran from $*.00 to $185.00 a ton. An Assay was made trom ore taken from the pit where the permanent shaft is to be sunk with the following result: 54 per cent copper. 22 ounces of silver. $341 in gold. With copper at 10 cents a pound this ore would be worth $155.00 a ton. E. M. Fisk, the assayer of Helena, visited the mines person...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 24 December 1909

Th I Awivton News A. II. EISELEIN. Editor and Publisher. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Year.............. ....82.50 Subscription Payable in Advance. ADVERTISING RA8TES FURNISHEC ON APPLIOA ION PUBLISHED EVERY FREDA Y. Entered as second-class mat A a d 1900. at the postoice at Harloa encsktane,. under the set of congress of Ma .1879. SubscrIbers who fall to reesive their oapers. nscribers desiringaddre changed, please give former address, as wel as new one. lt(ICR Copy for tiadverstouig must be in this o rce b e evening to receive the proper attentiqn. STATE NEWS There were 744 births in Butte and vicinity during the past year. That celery can be successfully raised in the vicinity of Hedges, Meag her county, has been demonstrated. A fourth wholesale hardware com pany, that of A. M. Holter of Helena, will enter the Billings field. . A total of 15,000 men are reported by the mine inspector to have engag ed in the mining industry in Montana in 1909. It is announced that a number of Montan...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 24 December 1909

An Iateresting Letter. (Contiuned from page one.) little buck and wing stunts, also a song or two, I could tell by the beam ing eyes of the dusky maidens that I had made something or a hit. Then after having been lead up to the alter of old Bachus a few times, I figured on assisting very materially with the program or the evening be ing ably seconded by Judson Frost. "Fat Charley" had actually got and fixed up a "Tree." lie now began begging me to take the lead and carry through a program similar to what we were accustomed to when boys at home. Hastily I selected a quartette and repaired to the stables for a rehearsel, everything being done in a hurry, but wit ha vim that would and could not own defeat. The candles were lit. the ornaments of the tree shined arid glistened ievirtely, the scene had becomne impressive and a hen we enter-'d. We began by sing ing familiar Christmas songs. I de livered an appropriate oration. Then sang some more songs. Suddenly a Mr. Beck struck up the be...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 31 December 1909

E- A The Harlowton News The Continstien ofd he Musselshell News VoL. 4 RARLOWTON. MEAGHER COUNTY, MO)NTANA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1909 No. 27 COURT PROCEEDING Two Cases Were Filed Against Carl Whitman Monday Morn ing, He Receiving 90 Days---Frank M. Sipple Also Draws 60 Days. Quite a sensation was caused in the city Friday, December the 24th, when a suit case belonging to Laurence Jackson, who has for some time, been in the employ of Superintendent R. A. Good of the C. M. & P. S. Bridge and Water system on this division, was stolen. This was not a grand larceny case, no but something, con sidered in the minds of the public, worse, as the suit case was filled with small Christms gifts. The perpetra tors of this petit larceny were Frank Sipple and Carl Whitman, both of whom have been in the city a few weeks. It seems that Laurence, in company with Supple and Whitman had been around the town until train time, as Jackson was going to take that train east, the two walking quietly with...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 31 December 1909

AN EXT'A SESSION (Continued from page 1.) Annual interest charge, first issue................. 21,000.00 Annual interest charge, second issue.............. 25,000.00 Total..................$. 46,000.00 Amount in public building fund....... ........... 199,513.29 Annual net income, rents,, interest ................ 13,490.00 It is estimated that there is five hundered million feet of lumber on the lands of the public building, grant. This timber is largely remote from present market., and it wile likely be some years before any large sales can be made at 84 00 per thousand, the minimum price ftxed by law at which timber can be sold There is no considerable demand fo, the agricultural land in the grant. You gave the matter of the con struction of the Capitol wings your careful consideration during the regular session. At your request you are now given opportunity for further consideration. I hope thatyour pres ent deliberation may result in final legislative action on this subject. Th...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 31 December 1909

The Harlowton News A. H1. EISELEIN. Editor and Publisher. TERMS OF SU'BSCRIPTION. One Year....................... $2.50 Subscription Payable in Advance. ADVERIIS:NG RATES FURNISHEI ON APPLIOA1 ION PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Entered as second-class matter August 2d. 1906. at the postoffice at Harlowton, Montana, under the act of congress of March Sd. 1879. 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 THE INVESTIGATION. The people of the west will heartily welcome an investigation by congress of the charges against Honorable Richard A. Ballinger, secretary of the interior. It is true that Presi dent Taft has already vindicated the secretary, but the latter is not satis fied and asks that the latter be referred to congress for a thorough sifting. There is no dou...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 31 December 1909

LOCAL NEWS Read Marshalls add. Del Doors was down from Twedot Monday. All kinds of hardware at Marshalls. Charlie Reynolds was a Twodot visitor Monday. Guns and ammunition at Marshalls. Perry Moore was a visitor from Twodot Monday. Men's warm winter caps at Marshalls. Herman Leib spent Christmas with his family here. When your pipe don't work call at the Bon Bon. Two small houses for rent. See L. D. Glenn at once. 27-tf Men's fur coats, at the right price at Marshalls. Miss Seraphine Labrie is spending Christmas, with her parents. Ceretana flour-none getter at Marshalls only. Joseph Martino of Castle was in the city a few days this week. Richelieu Brands at. the iilarlowton Grocery Co. Try thenm. C. N. Friday and E. M. .lenizern left for Billings Monday on businesis. "Home Brand" Can Goods, the world's best, at Mlarshalls. Ralph Jellison was in town from Twodot Monday, he returned Tuesday. R. R. Lea, the architect, made a business trip to Lewistown Wednes day. Richelieu goods are ri...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 7 January 1910

~O~fl I. anA LIVEWR ARAI.8001ST'ER RTe Hf011jf oews The Continmeaee Musselahell News VOL. 4 HARLOWTON. MEAGHER COU NTYJONrANA, FRIDAY JANUARY 7, 1910 No. 28 IRRIGATION PROJECT To Irrigate Thirty Thousand Acres of Beac Land Northwest of Iarlowton. The company known as the Judith Basin Land Company of Twodot, which consists of Minneapolis capital, will begin work on one of the largest irrigation projects in the state. It is planned through this scheme to ulti mately irrigate some 30,000 acres of bench land which lies northwest of Harlowton, near the Belt mountains. Attorney John Marshall of the Twin titles spent last summer here looking over this project, with Mr. L. M. Hatch, a Billings engineer, and he states there is no doubt as to whether the proposition will go through or not. A BIG UNDERTAKING. The irrigation scheme is one of the most complicated from an engineering sa andpoint that has been attempted in Montana. The land lies north of the town of Twodot on the Milwaukee line, a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 7 January 1910

WOULD YOU BELIEVE IT? Value of oeatana's Products for the Year Jut Closed ia Figures. FARM, FIELD AND ORCHARD. Hay ........................$15,000,000 Wheat...................... 9,337,000 Potatoes & other vegetables 8,400,000 Oata........ ............... 7,840,000 Fruit and orchard products 7,500,0001 Barley...................... 1,600,000 Sugar Beets... ............ 1,500.000 Rye ........................ 1,180,000 Flax..................... . 150,000 Total...................$62,507,000 LIVESTOCK AND WOOL. Cattle.....................$10,000,000 W ool....................... 8,000,000 Sheep................... . 4,000,000 Horses...................... 1,250,000 Hogs. ..................... 350,000 Total..................$23,610,000 MINERAL PRODUCTS. Copper.....................$43,000,000 Silver ...................... 8,000,000 Gold........................ 4,000,000 Lead........................ 2,250.000 Coal....... ................ 7,500,000 Stone....................... 1,540,000 Tot...

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