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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 11 March 1910

T "', he Hadion News I Th. Cont Mussels hell N. VOL. 4 HARLOWTON, MEAGHER CO MONTANA, FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 11110 No. 37 TO ADYIRTISE THE NUSSEbHE[[ S. W. Teagarden Sells Harlowton and Neighboring Towns 30,000 Copies of Advertising Literature. Sam W. Teagarden of the Teagarden Publicity Bureau, was in Harlowton the fore part of the week, working on a boost edition on the Musselshell Country, which will be published by the publicity bureau he conducts at Lewistown. The edition wil be entire ly on the Musselshell Valley, and will contain many good pictures. It will also have several page writing on Har lowton together with illustrations of our stone business blocks. A short time ago Mr. Teagarden published a booster edition on the Ju dith Basin. Over 60,000 copies were sold and distributed in the east. It was one of the best pieces of adver tising literature ever gotten out in Montana, and the edition on the Musselshell Country will undoubedtly be just as good, if not better. The Commerci...

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. — 11 March 1910

T .C6ME THE ENTIRE $40.000 STOCK A --OF HELENA'S FAMOUS OUTFITTERS - a Has been sold to AUERBACH & SON And will be placed on Sale and Sold in I Days legling Sat. Mud 129 at 9:00 .. RIl~lhinA ( Until Saturday, March 12th in or YUILVIIW LLUJL der to invoice, roark down and WATCh AND WAIl rearrange this mammot h stock The cause of this' sensational slaughter- R. A. FRASER & CO., after several years of honorable and success ful business carreer in Helena decided to discontihue business and accepted our cash offer which was ridiculously low and the public will reap the benefit as we will sell out the entire stock, nothing reserved, as we have arranged to make extensive alterations to remodel the building into a modern 1910 structure, and rather than to have the bulk of this magnificent stock ruined by dirt and dust which would naturally follow, we have decided to sell out the entire 140,000.00 stock clean to the bare walls in the next 7 days, beginning SATUR DAY, MARCH 12, at 9 a...

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. — 11 March 1910

Items rom Neighboring Towns Sent in by Special Correspondents From Different Parts of the County. RAITINSDALE The town of Martinadale, which was named in honor of Major. Martin McGinnee, who was formerly in com mand at Fort McGinness, was first guilt by R. H. Clendinio diretly be tween the North and South Fork of the Musshlhell river in 1880. At that time and for a number of years after Martintdale commanded all the business in the eastern part of Meag her, Fergps and Sweetgrass Counties. All the goods and provisions came from Fort Benton, which was then the terminus of the Missoura-Navi gition Company, and all the wool from this section was hauled by bull teams to that town, and brought back goods as fteight. In thqs, days every thing in the way of merchandise, provisions, etc. was exceedingly high and the sales were enormous. Ranchmen bought by wholesale, as they lived at a ich a distance, there being no rail road nearer than Silver Bow, which was the terminus of the Utah & No...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 11 March 1910

Y * Yy4 lb The man before her looked younger to her scrutiny than that. Care and e trouble had passed him by. With b nothing to vex him he might have i been any age. He would probably C look just as be was for 20 years or h more. Still fancifully adjusting ex- ~ ternal relations to internal relations, v which, after all, she realized was the secret of life according to her fay .rite I philosopher, she concluded that the 11 man was 25, three years older than r she at that moment, a proper differ- t ence in their ages for . . . Her Y face flamed. She scarcely knew why, t and she turned to an inspection of the I rings. The first was a diamond, a solitaire, of rare beauty, she judged. Alth ugh I she was not especially expert in such matters, she deemed it must be of great value. There was no inscrip tion of any sort within the narrow hoop of gold, although she searched i enly the inner surface. The diamond was ct -lously set. There was an ex quisite tracery of a little coat of arms on e...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 11 March 1910

Which Shoe Looks the Most Comfortable and Stylish Just think of the agony en dured before the ordinary shoe allowed the foot to rest with sobm sort of comfort. Look how the foot spreads. out over the sole, not only causing the foot to look de formed, but breaking out the shoe at the sides. Look at the Bradley Shoe Note the symmetrical form of the foot. How comfortable that foot must be. See how the Bradley Shoe retains its shape. And this shape is retained because the makers have made provision for the "pinch" at the ball of the foot by specially devised shoe forms. In simple justice to your feet you ought to wear Bradley Shoes. Bradley Shoes have been good shoes for 65 years. They were tried out by your grandfather and even your great grandfather and found to be honest, well-made, comfortable. Bradley Shoes for Men Sell at $3.50 and $4.00 Made by the Bradley 8-f Metealf Co., makers of good shoes since 1848. We also have other shoes of their make for men, women and children. HOLLAND...

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. — 11 March 1910

SOMETHING ABOUT YOURCELF AND NEIGHBOR AR4 " H. E. Marshall was up from Round- t up the fore part of the week. Try the News for results. Otto Vestal from Twodot visited in Harlowton the first of the week. "Snow White" flour, gives satisfac tion. Harlowton Grocery Co. George Grayson was a Lewistown I visitor the fore part of the week. Spring Shoes and oxfords just re ceived at&Marshalls. Livingston is to have a new opera house. L. S. Hendricks from Kendall spent Tuesday in the city. Earl Erqin from Parker, S. I). has taken up a homestead near this city. Ladies and Gents high grade watch chains at Robertsons Jewelry store. Joseph Locus from ill. located on a homestead south of town this week. The News jab department does neat and clean job work. Father Mueller passed through here Tuesday on his way home to Round up. Needles for every make of sewing machine at the Stevens-i)reyer Hard H are Co. During the past year the Hamilton postoffice made an increase in its re ceipts of $:3,6(7...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 18 March 1910

T h H adt t0thW S N ew sIE W ll . " T6 Contin Muselshell News VOL. 4 a BAELOWTON, MEAGHER CO , )IONTANA, FRID y, H18, 1910 No, $ SPRING ELEClION Drawing Near-Monday, April 4th Four Aldermen to Be Elected Then. Earl Carrington. Named as Successor of Lord Minto, Governor General of Canada. Earl Carrington, named as successor of the Earl of Minto as governor gen eral of Canada. is considered one of Great Britain's ablest statesmen. He has been president of .the board of agriculture and governor of New South Wales and has held other high offices. YOU HELP US, WE HELP YOU Twodot Starting Campaign for a County Free High School--Want Harlowton to Support Them. That our sister village, Twodot, is by no means asleep is shown by the fact that they are starting a move ment to get a county free high school for that place. They want Barlow ton to support this movement, and in return will support Harlowton in the coming county seat removal fight. The following is the item sent in by our special c...

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. — 18 March 1910

MERCHANTS Do not want to risk having their AND INDIVIDUALS Funds disappear. TRUSTEES Do you want to take a chance on hav AND ing to replace money out of their TREASURERS own pockets. YOUR account in THIS BANK will HELP us BOTH Oldest and Strongest Bapk In the Musselshell Valley STATE BANK of HARLOWTON "Safety - Service - Silence" The Harlowton Bakery A Full Line of First-Class . BAKERY GOODS Please call and give us a trial. Outside trade given careful and prompt attention. - - Harlowton, :.: :-: M. Montana T HE IMPORTED PERCHERON Grand Sweepstakes Stallion, "Emir 25063 (445S9)" will make the season of 1910 as follows: Merrills Springs, Fri. and Sat.; Hedges, Mon. and Thurs. afternoons; Harlowton, Tuesday afternoon and Wednesday. Emir can be seen at Hedges March 21 and 24 or at Har iowton March 22 and 23, 1910, at which time mares can be booked. TERMS FOR THE SEASON, - - $15.00 FOAL INSURED : $20.00 SINGLE LEAP : : $10.00 W. S. SMITH TIIE Lewistown Furniture Dealer. handles a ll lalh...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 18 March 1910

Items From Neighboring Towns Sent in by Special Correspondents From Different Parts of the County. MARTINSDALE For those who depend on employ ment as a means of a livehood, new enterprises are continually springing up which pay a handsome remittance for the service of the employee. Thousands of opportunities for young men who have the energy and ambi tion to grasp them. Never in the annals of history has our country prospered as it has at the present; time. Discontent will reign in parts of any country at times no matter what the outlook is, this will be noticeable until the end of time. Ignorance in a measure has its part to do, but the intelligent citizen who abides by the laws of his country will be content no matter what the conditions are. He is always doing his best. Logan Fowell has a force of carpen ters at work laying a new floor in the store and making room for more goods, and many other improvements. This is evident of the many new patrons and speaks well for the manageme...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 18 March 1910

' " ýT ý rE p ATp The boat was provided with a com pass, and although she could see no star, she was able to set a course which was directly at right angles to the course of the yacht She realized, or at least she thought so, that she would be pursued. She believed that the yacht would retrace its course. She decided that those aboard her would reason that she would endeavor a.s am an mash distance as nossible between herself and the yacht, and therefore she would sail straight away from iL Consequently, she went broad off to starboard at right angles to the other course. The gasoline tanks were both fulL Inasmuch as the boat had been designed for extended cruising in shallow waters, there was enough fuel to keep the motor going for over 20 hours at full speed. The motor was capable of developing at least ten knots per hour. By the same time to-morrow night she would be 240 miles away from the present spot. The yacht was going 12 knots an hour. Her escape would probably not be disco...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 18 March 1910

Which Shoe Looks the Most Comfortable and Stylish Just think of the agony en dured before the otdinary shoe allowed the foot to rest with some sort of comfort. Look how the foot spreads out over the sole, not only causing the foot to look de formed, but breaking out the shoe at the sides. Look at the Bradley Shoe Note the symmetrical form of the foot. How comfortable that foot must be. See how the Bradley Shoe retains its shape. And this shape is retained because the makers have made provision for the "pinch" at the ball of the foot by specially devised shoe forms. In simple justice to your feet you ought to wear Bradley Shoes. Brudicy Shoes have been good shoes for G5 years. They were tried out by your grandfather and even your great grandfather and found to be honest, well-made, comfortable. Bradley Shoes for Men Sell at $3.50 and $4.00 Made by the Bradley Ei- Metcalf Co., makers of good shoes since 1848. We also have other shoes of their make for men, Women and children. HOLLAND ...

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. — 18 March 1910

SOMETHING ABOUT YOURSELF AND NEIGHBOR Ed. Taylor from Rothiemay was in t.own Wednesday. Try the News for results. C. W. Shuinaker was in from Two- I dot Wednesday. "Snow White" flour, gives satisfac tion. Harlowton Grocery Co. Thos. Lytle from Judith Gap spent Monday here. Spring Shoes and oxfords just re ceived at Marshalls. S. K. Robertson from Twodot Was in town Thursday. Ladies and Gents high grade watbh chains at Robertsons Jewelry store. Mort Lewellin-.has been on the sick list. the past two weeks. Needles for every make of sewing machine at the Stevens-Dreyer Hard ware Co. Lewis Cameron from Martinsdale was in town the fore part of the week. At Marshalls, call and getapackage of McLaughlin, Rio. De. Janeiro and Santos coffee, only 25 cents. Frank Conwell is building a house on his claim south of town this week. Austin Pierce came down from Twodot on business Wednesday. Ford autos for sale by Ward Beley. Will have car load here the first of April. See me before you buy. Miss F...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 25 March 1910

ARAIL500TER The Hwton News LWIE IRE The Contin , The Musselshell New. VOL. 4 HARLOWTON, MEAGHER COtl71UY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1910 No. 39 I- i ;-- i. II I- II I_ II 4+" COAL MINE FOR RYEGATE Company Opening up Large Coal * Mine Near New Town---Splendid Quality of Coal. Andrew Walker, a mining engineer from Ryegate, was in our city Wed nesday. Mr. Walker is one of the head men of a company which is at present sinking a shaft within a few miles of Ryegate for a coal mine. While talking with a representative h of the News he said, "Work on the mine has already commenced and the t sl aft is down 60 feet at the present time. The coal is of a superior qual ity than the famous Roundup coal, and has been tested by the Milwaukee o railroad in their engines, and was found to be very satisfactory." The company which is opening the mine consists of citizens of Ryegate. A mine at that place will mean consid- o erable to Ryegate, which is already a thriving little town. r Not the Majestic ...

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. — 25 March 1910

To Reap Wll---Sow Well This lesson is as old as history, but for thousands of years nearly all seed was sown by hand. The wonderful advance of the past fifty years in seeding methods has made possible the agricultural development of this nation of ours. VAN BRUNT DRILLS AND SEEDERS have been in the field since 1861. They have been doing things. Their reputation is based on results. You have only one crop of land. The proposition before you now is to get more bushels to the acre. For that purpose we recommend the Van Brunt OUR WARRANTY WE WARRANT VAN BRUNT DRILLS to be well made of the best material, to do first-class work in any soil capable of being seeded and not to clog or choke up in mud, gumbo, sticky or trashy ground, We carry 6, 8 and 10 foot The Van Brunt Mfg. Co. Drills Horicon, Wis. Stevens-Dreyer Hdw. Co., Harlowton, Montana W. S. SMITH T IE Lewistown Furniture D)ealer. handles a I igh i rade Piano at a moderate price. Hlls line consists of thile Baldwin, Hamilton, Elling...

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. — 25 March 1910

Items From Neighboring Towns Sent in by Special Correspondents From Different Parts of the County. -44 NEW SUAWMT Mr. Dusek of Lewistown casne down Tuesday with two prospective buye to lok over O. K. Bar lands. The par y returned to Lewistown Wsdnesd y evening well satisfied with what th y had seen. The meeting held in Nelson's store Wednesday night by the lev. Mr. Ellis of Helena with a view to orgay iiit g a Sunday school at this place w*$ well attended and will probably result in the formation of a Sunday scho l here in the near future. Mr. Ellisleft for Ryegate Thursday morning witl the same object in view. Mr. Nicholas Jenizen wasapasseng4r' to Harlowton Thursday mornin*, where he will continue his studied. Play ball, Nick! Miss Kate Olson of Harlowton was an arrival on Thursday's train. She intends spending some time oh her claim south of town. Mr. Wm. Munger came in from Lewistown Thursday night via Hedges. C. D. Lynch, Wells Fargo auditor, was a visitor here Friday. While he...

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. — 25 March 1910

AT%ýýr Y. y 9. "e I G d -"h woman had had itter ei.eri sene with love. Following what she believed to be the highest inspiration she had wrecked her life and brought herself to this pass. The revolt in her soul at the thought of the man who had so degraded her, or who had so taken advantage of her ignorance and innocence-the more complete since they were covered by a conf dence of knowledge and sophistication --a to allow her to degrade herself, convinced her that what she had mis taken for divine light was only a false fire, an ignis fatuus which had led her into the marsh and slough of slime and shame. She loathed the thought of that man. She had loathed, when she had been thrown upon that island, the thought of all men. This one had given back her confidence in her kind. Yet sometimes she wondered whether that confidence were war ranted or not because of him. Sup pose he should come in touch with the world, what would happen? Was he, too, capable of breaking a wo man's heart? Wou...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 25 March 1910

POR SALE New Artesian Well Out fit R. R. Howell make. FOR TERMS Call on or address has. A. El, Ryegate, Montana Did Tou ter Stop to Thihk Of the Merits of a good Shave, Hair Cut or Massage If So, Call on RED, THE WINNER, W. C. Quails, Central Ave., liarlowton, Montana SWEET THOUG HTS of the Easter Festival will send you to our counters for fine CONFECTIONS There you will find a pleasing assort ment of dainties of delicious flavor. You can tickle your palate at small cost by purchasing any of this Easter Candy. ,LEWELLIN DRUG CO. Leading Druggists UNDERTAKING A COMPLETE STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND. Wire Orders Promptly Filled. URNER MERCANTILE CO. Harlowton. - Montana RICHARD WRIGHT Contractor and Builder Jobbing Promptly and Neatly Done P. O. Box 255 Phone 56 Black Harlowton, - - Mont. L. F. WHEELER Contractor and Builder Estimates furnished on short notice. Work guaranteed sat isfactory and terms reasonable. Ryegate, - - Montana Musselshell Valley National Bank Capital $50,000 A General B...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 25 March 1910

nEoral New SOMETHING ABOUT YOURSELF AND NEIGHBOR Leave orders at Marshalls for wool I sacks. A. C. Graves was a Dorsey visitor on I Monday of this week. I Builders hardware, call and let us figure with you, Marshalls. For All-Leather Suit Cases and Traveling Bags go to E. F. Ross& Co, FO R SA LE-Team of horses; weight 2700: age, 4 years. Inquire of Harlow ton Livery Barn. Swell line of "Solid-Silk" Ties at E. F. Ross & Co's. store, 75c, $1.00 and $1.50. Reports are received here to the effect that many settlers are taking up homesteads on the benclh lands near Twodot at the present time. LOST-About two weeks ago a lady's ring, MontanaSapphire setting. Return to News office for liberal re ward. 2t-38 The Roundup Tribune is the name of a new publication which will make its appearance at the big coal camp in about two weeks. Mrs. J. J. Fisher wishes to announce, that she is now prepared to clean and press clothes. Prices reasonable consistent with first class work. LOST---On Sa...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 1 April 1910

A EAL BOOTER A Li E ! iittx "The Har tonNews The Continuaot o I Tf Msselshell News VOL. 4 RARLOWTON, MEAGHER COUNIRTY, MONTANA. FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1910 No. 40 nw pý ~ ý# a y 0.AA i +ý' t +t'ti l o u: }ib a s i& ý Y 7 i ýid a, aar ,ý 1,ý1.'ýº,* ii ý}. k ý ti : ý n,ýS wtp 1,r A " ik.B A .r'ý*` x`Nw t p r "f ; ' ý x `. , ý r.Jgý; G %' ' w ý%4;rw5.ý G;, " ,ý§ýiýh'ý k:ý',_ýý ý r'ý yr ý+ýý1,''ýYi J"~ j41 ar.:ý ýý,{sp ý ýrT ýý .f t .:t ly. tn ' 4 . ý'Yý",'m%{Y1I"ý,r ý_4' " ; 'W ''N ý,ýr ý/:. i'iG..'o k ý ". 1 4 ri,{' i 4 ,w{ '! i1 p ft f.'.ý y ý 4 ý` 1ý` x ý ý ýýý' ý yp ,, ý ý, yp"LI ^ a w ý Y ^,ý,u ' 'I~ý,ý ` ý ý 1,"w l ý57'iý . ý i ý ý t+C"r A ,,,ýb ",i ý rk"1ýM~ t· ,;·;···:. .,r'pu i :r~r~· i~l~ :· t MAKES PROPOSITION Milwaukee Will Build to White Sulphur Springs From Dorsey for $50,000 Bonus. At a meeting of the Chamber of Commerce at White Sulphur Springs Wednesday evening the matter of raising a $50,000 bonus for the Mil waukee Railroad to have them build in a branch railroad from ...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 1 April 1910

RMT TO THE 4 DRY LAND FARM The Bsefit of FailPhwoag Professor King, one of our great soil physicists, says: "Plowlng laapd in the fall has a very apprediable in fluence on the percent of dater the surface three or four feet of soil may contain, the following spring, and a mean difference of 2.31 per cent more water in the upper three feet of im mediately adjacent lands plowed late in the fall has been observed as coin pared with that not plowed, the sur face or neither having been disturbed until May 14. The larger quantity of water in the fall-plowed ground, in this case amounting to not tes than six pounds to the square foots was due partly to two causes; namely, the loose, open character of the overturned soil, causing it to act as a milch dur ing the fall, and again in the spring, after the snows had disappeared; and the more uneven surface, which tend ed to permit more of the melting snow and early spring rains to perco late into the soil. Late fall plowing, leaving the surface...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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