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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 1 April 1910

CHAPTER -" l. The Conscience Quiokened. They had spent the morning to gether, but not as usual. 'hing were different, conditions had changed. For the first time in years the daily lesson which she had given him was later. mltted. To-day they were both at school with Love for preceptor and such willingness in their hearts as made them ideal pupils. The storm had died away as suddenly as it had arisen. No visible evidence of it was left save the tremendous thunder of the long undulating seas upon the outward barrier. The earthquake had not greatly damdged the island, the fallen cliff, a few prostrate palms here and there, that was all. But there was visible evidence in them of the storm through which they had passed sad which still held them in its throes, in the tumult of their soils. To the man the experience of the morning was absolutely new and to the woman it was so different from what had hitherto transpired that it was practically so. They luxuriated in their emotions. They sat...

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. — 1 April 1910

hrlowtoo, tbe of tbe Ausselsbell [ .. . lU"; Wt " " _ 'vi "i ' 'F.. . ..... ... . ... .. .. . . " ,Harlowton at the Present Time Harlowton Harlowton For the For the County County Seat Harlowton One Year Old Seat I rao w r Ol ^{S'M lýar l o w t o n T w o Y e a r s O l d Items From Neighboring Towns Sent in by Special Correspondents From Different Parts of the County. NEW SHAWMUT Mrs. Guy Davis invited a few young people to meet her sister, Nellie Cole, last Wednesday evening. A pleasant time was spent with games, music and candy pulling. Those present were the Misses Martha and Anna Knudson, Ruby Green, Bertha and Dorothy Crawford, Messrs. George, Adolph and Maurice Knudson, George and Eugene Thomas, Harry Davis, Dwight Crawford and Peter Nelson. F. S. Weber cut his :oot last Tues day while cutting wood. Mrs. J. P. Green was shopping in Harlowton last Tuesday. Mrs. Jacob Zeir and Mrs. W. P. Williams were Harlowton visitors Thursday. Doc. Eastwald, the Milwaul:ee line man, was up from...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 1 April 1910

Just Received a few &od Goniplete Line Of All The Latest Styles and Kinds'of Iron Beds Stands Springs Tables Box-double support and common Center, Dining, Kitchen, Library, Sewing Mattresses and Breakfast Tables Cotton top-cotton top and botton-felt Library and Office Desks Cribs Combination Cases Davenports and Spring Couches Music Racks Commodes H R latRacks Dressers Rockers Kitchen Cabinets Chairs Chiffoniers Otlice, Morris, Dining, Kitchen and High Chairs Folding Beds Childs' Rockers and Walkers We carry the above articles in several different finishes. If you are in need of anything in the furniture line don't fail to see what we have before you buy. Capital 1, UF p cantileOobo CO .NY The PtoplWs Store The Harlowton News A. H. EISELEIN. Editor and Publisher. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Year ........................ $2.50 Subscription Payable in Advance. ADVERTISING RATES FURNISHED ON APPLIOCA ION PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Entered as second-class matter August 2d, 1906. at the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 1 April 1910

:. (Contihe $t.€m Pag,3.) She had tink to think how singular. lly like the language of conventio ,;was the language of nature. It was o/. "Yes," She Said, "It Passes By." what any other man who loved would have said, and in the same way. "That ship is passing by," he went on. "When I saw it as I woke this morning, it was there. It goes rap idly." "Yes," she said, "it passes by." "I care not," he interrupted. "I don't want anything else or anybody else. Now that I have you, I am content here." "But we shall summon it and bring it back," she went on, resolutely. "How?" he asked curiously. "By lighting the beacon yonder." "I had forgot that." "But I did not. Go back to the cave and bring the flint and steel. You will find them in the silver box on the shelf by the Bible, and make haste." "I will go the quicker," he said, turning to her, "that I may be the sooner back with you." He turned and bounded away like a young deer. She watched him through the trees, and then sat down upon the s...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 1 April 1910

FOR SALE New Artesian Well Out fit R. R. Howell smake. FOR"TERMS .Call on or address has. A. Engel, Ryegate, Montana Did Tou ver Stop to Thiln Of the Merits of a good Shave, Hair Cut or Massage If So, Call on RED, THE WINNER, W. C. Quaills, Central Ave., Harlowton, Montana THEY ARE A NECESSITY like pure food. They should be chosen with greater care because it often happens that a human life depends on the quality of the Drug. Every DRUG OR MEDICINE used in our Prescription Department or sold by us is the product of the best and most reliable chemists in America and Europe. Your doctor's orders will be useless filled with pure drugs. EDISON RECORDS for April now on sale. LEWELLIN DRUG CO. Leading Druggists I 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. Musselshell Valley National Bank Capital $5...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 1 April 1910

SOMETHING ABOUT YOURSELF AND NEIGHBOR wven the wise men are occasionally I" otherwise. Walter Lunceford was in from Irene the fore part of the week. * Geo. Munroe from Melville was in the city on business Monday. ' White House Coffee, standard of the world, at Marshalls. S. Allen of White Sulphur Springs was in town Monday. L. L. Corbly from .Judith Gap reg istered at the Graves hotel Monday. Geo. F. Cobbs from Ryegate was in town Tuesday. H. E. Marshall was up from Round up Tuesday. Tom Powell from Ryegatle trans acted business in Harlowton Tuesday. Marshall sells the best flour on the market. Call for a sack of Ceretana. William Kennis from Roundup was in town Wednesday of this week. II. O. Hampton from I)orsey was in town on business Monday and Tues day. A. C. Logan, a farmer from nearI Moore, was in town looking after legal afairs Tuesday. Prices breakfast food three packages for twenty-five cents at Marshalls. The Dry Land Farmers are giving a big dance at Ryegate the 1st of Ap...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 8 April 1910

.... .N e wA The Contia " Musselshell! News VoL. 4 RARLOWTON, MEAGHER COU T MONTANA, FRIDAY, APRIL s. 1910 . No, 41 elC The above picture warn taken from the Craves Hotel. It takes in the Railroad Yards and a wide stretch of country lying south of Harlowton. ANNUAL ELECTION Schooland City Elections Tame Affair --Large Vote Cast For Trustees- Vote Small For Aldermen. The school election, which took place here last Saturday, April 2nd, did not cause any great excitement, although some interest was taken, which can be seen by the large votes cast. The entire vote was 205. Dr. Campbell was elected for the three year term as trustee against Joe Labrie, and Lee Hash won out on the one year term against Ben Stevens. The majority in both cases was quite large. The city election was a decidedly tame aflair, there being no opposi tion to any of the candidates. M. M. Johnson was elected Its &11Wilkh for 'the third ward, T. E. JKirby for the second and A. C. Graves and W. C. Qualls for the ...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 8 April 1910

INTEREST TO THE" DRY LAND FARM Why Moisture lucreases. 1. "The surface of the soil is stirred by cultivation, the contact of the lower layers of soil with the evapor ating crust broken therewith, the moisture of sueh layers prevented thereby to escape into the air, and is therefore restrained and conserved for the growing of crops. 3. Wells being dug, and water from lower strata being pumped out on the land or brought from neighboring mountain streams or lakes, slowly in creases the total amount of water in the soil and even in the air. (Note: Ilverside, in southern California, formerly sought by sufferers from pul trtonary trouble for its dry air, before orange growing and subsequent irri gation was inaugurated on such a large scale as nowadays, is shunned today by the same class of sufferers on account of its having air which has become heavier and moister, es Pecially at night time, and growers there also note that water is much nearer the surface these last years, and that less ...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 8 April 1910

Items From Neighboring TownsK Sent in by Special CQ respondents From Different Parts of the County., - CASTLE Mics Spring has surely arrived and the little blue birds and robins are singing tlpir early spring parables. Miss Bertha Short returned last Friday from Butte, where she has been for a few weeks visiting George Winter and wife- and other friends. Miss Blertha is quite a popular young lady. Hugh D. Green of Missoula, but formerly of Castle, came in on Satur day to see his old home friends. Mr. Green is a railroad grade contractor and is now preparing for his summer work. W. H, Philbrick made a business trip to Twodot lasts Monday, return Iug home on Tuesday. The work on the Ste vart mine has closed down and the men are waiting for their pay. ' , Mrs. Annie Carr canre in on Satur day to attend the school meeting. She said the busy time has arrived and ranches andlstock are line. Our new school board. elected on Saturday W n. Short, Jack Ahern and Jean Jackson; all very capable...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 8 April 1910

Ihtrims by LAs~ .4 L me droppe the box t' the sod and knelt beside her. "Mas t. eight of the ship made you Weep?" he said, softly. "I wish that I had nevetA come to tell you it was there!" "We have been so happy toget' -, you and I," said the woman. his island bas been my world, my uaven, my heaven, rather, and you have been humanity to me, but now the earth opens before you. You will have oth er hopes, other ambitions, perhaps-" "Don't say it," protested the man, vehemently. "I shall have not'. ng, nothing but you anywhere, every where, and, besides, nothing is changed. See, the smoke grows faint. er; the ship more dim. She passes beyond. Things shall be as they were! We shall live on, and love on!" Her desolation, her sorrow appealed to him profoundly. He took her in his arms. He laid her head gently upon his shoulder e was protec tion and tend.. u .. " a e.l as pas sion in his touch. "Togt".2r," he whispered, patting her ha!" softly, "e' .e, you and I!" For one delc.us moment wit...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 8 April 1910

¶ToUM CNEAPER AT MONTANA LUMBER COMPANY To Reap Well- --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 grounc, We carry 6, 8 and 10 foot The Van Brunt Mfg. Co. Drills Horicon, Wis. Stevens-Dreyer Hdw. Co., Harlowton, Montana dALF OF THE TIME You don't know what the right time is if you have not . an accurate, reliable timepiece 1...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 8 April 1910

The Harlowton News " b g t t. A. Ii. EISELEIN. Editor and Publisher. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Year....................$2.50 Subscription Payable in Advance. ADVERTIS2NG RATES FURNISIlEl ON I AI'PLICA'1 ION PUBLISHED EVEKtY FRIDAY. Entered as second-class natter August 'd. 1906. at the posttlfice at. llarlowton. Montana. under the act of congress of March 3d. 57it. Subscribers who fall to receive their papers. will please notify this otfice. Subscribers des'ring address changed. please give former address. as well as new one. NOTICE Copy for change of advertising, mist Ite in this office by Tuesday evening w receive the Droter attention Harlowton - For The County Seat Doesn't Know Any Better The divine afflatus that governs the sentiments that appear bet wee I the heavy "boiler plated coin lums" of the Meagher County Republican, has again arraigned the citizens of Har lowton, for their liberality in endeav oring to develop all parts of the Mus selshell Valley by agreeing not, to op...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 8 April 1910

FOR SALE New Artesian Well Out fit R. R. Howell make. FOR TERMS Call on or address as. - . neI, Ryegate, Montana Did Too &f Stop to Think Of the Merits of a good Shave, Hair Cut or Massage If So, Call on RED, THE WINNER, W. C. Qualls, Central Ave., Iiarlowton, Montana SOAPS for all toilet purposes are selected by us with great care. We can furnish soaps suitable for washing THE DIRTY BOY for bathing the baby, for washingthe teeth, for washing the hair, for tit ladies toilet and for the mechanic dirty hands. We also sell medicinal soaps. Come in and see our soap dis play. We are having a special sale. 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. 0. Box 255 Phone 56 Black Harlowton, - - Mont. Musselshell Valley National Bank Capital $50,000 A General Banking busi ness transacted. We write both foreign a...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 8 April 1910

SOMETHING ABOUT YOURSELF AND NEIGHBOR j See Curtis before you buy that pump. Try the News for result. A carload of select furniture just received at Marshall's. Senator Tooley of Twodut was in our city yesterday. Needles for every make of sewing machine at the Stevens-Dreyer Hard ware Co. A New Way" Gasoline engine goes and goes right. See Curtis. S. M. Durand from Delpine was in our city Sunday and Monday. L. W. Curtis was up from Roundup Sunday. Otto Vest at from Mart insdale spent Monday in Iliarlowton. For All-Leather Suit Cases and Traveling Ilags go to E. 1". Ross & Co. Ceretana flour is without an equal. $1.75 per sack at Marshalls. When you order your groceries, ask for Hlarlowton Bread. Your dealer has it. C. W. Marshall from Lewistown was in town on legal business today. A Big Display of rugs and carpets at Marshall's. "Snow White" flour, 49 pound sack $1.90, 98 pound sack $3.75. Ilarlowton Grocery Co. Rudolf von Tobel, one of the promi nent Lewistown Attorneys, was in...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 15 April 1910

OL00TR A LI'FE WIRE SL o5TER The Han ton News A Ut V w x The ConinunUoaloadllu ue*elshell News VoL.. 4 HARLOWTON, MEAGHER COUNTY, ONTArNA, FRIDAY, APRIL 1,. 1910 No. 42 A CIVIC HOLIDAY Council Shoueld Set Apart one Day Foi the Purpose of Cleaning up Our City. The News has been asked by severa of the prominent business men of oui city to agitate a general clean-up dad for Harlowton. Last year the city council set apart one whole day as r civic holiday for cleaning up the streets and the vacant lots, and it wau suggested that the city fathers do the same this year. May 25th was t~he day set for that purpose last year anc on that day the council requested al the business houses to close up fron 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. Should the city dads take the same actions in thij matter as they did last year, their ac tions would meet with the approva of all. A clean town always leaves a gooc and lasting impression with those that visit our town, and it is also ar important factor in the health of oui ...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 15 April 1910

Items From Neighboring Towns Sent in by Special Correspondents From Different Parts of the Coutty. *' - - --Y-- LENNEP Mr. Hereim left for Twodot or Tuesday to consult Dr. Tice regard. ing threatened blood polsoning in hii arm. R. E. Indreland and wife are re joiclng over the arrival of a son. A. C. Grande has been appointed postmaster of Lennep, to till the va cancy which soon will be created by the departure of Albert Ilaugan. Andrew Iloyem and wife spent a few days in Helena during the latter part of the week. Two railroad accidents occurred about half a mile west of Lennep on Mlarch 28th. A freight train left the rails at a curve and two cars were ditched. After a few hours of work the wreck had been cleared away and trallle was resumed. After about twe hours, however, another freight found its way to the ties at identically the same spot. A few hours the traf. tic was delayed, but fortunately neither accident was of a serious character. The cause of the derail EI)WA I) M.. IENI...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 15 April 1910

OF INTEREST TOTHE DRY LAND FARMERS Value of Trees on the Prairie It is not easy to estimate the full value of trees on the prairie; in fact it is scarcely possible to do so. The factors that bear upon this question are many and in some respects they are interminable, for their exact measure cannot be taken. It may be possible to reduce to dollars and cents the value of trees grown and turned into lumber, or of trees grown and turned into fence posts, but it is not possible to take the exact measure of the value of the shelter which the'y furnish to the homes, or of the bene fit which comes from the protection which they give to the fruit trees and fruits in areas which are encircled by trees. Nor is it possible to know just exactly how much benefit comes from the birds that they provide homes for. The value of trees for lumber under prairie conditions is not well under stood. The plantations put out Ior that purpose have been few. The in stances in which they have been har vested fo...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 15 April 1910

!s'tit ID Of 4 Rt EGENERATION lufl LARAD .... ,lddla;'lon' y Mr NAlT smigularny simple. free ana unre strained in their life. Nothing had ever occurred to vex her, at least not after the man had known enough to notice it. She was a woman of sunny, even temper under any circumstances, and she had felt it incumbent upon her to be as nearly perfect as possible, since she represented humanity to him, nor had it been a difficult task for her to be gentle. This flash of re sentment, therefore, struck him as something entirely novel. In his amazement for a moment he forgot the injustice of it, the unkindness of it. He looked at her strangely and said to her, with a little touch of se verity: "You know that it is not that, Woman." He had no term's of endearment. Ho had never h. d the words that lovers use, and although he knew that her name was Katharine, and he be lieved that his was John, and though sometimes they made use of these names, generally tl'ey called each oth er by the broad ge...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 15 April 1910

TI Iii | StgpTIfir Of tk.e erit of a eood Shave, Hair Cut or Massage If So, Call on RE1, TiE WINNER, W. C. Quaills, Cenral Ave., liarlowton, Montana UNDERTAKING A COMPLTE STOCK ALWAY8 ON HAND. Wire Orders Promptly Filled. URIIR MERCANTILE CO. Harlowton, - Montana RICHARD WRIGHT Contractor and Builder Jobbing Promptly and Neatly Done P. O. Box 255 Phone 56 Black Harlowton. - - Mont. Musselshell Valley National Bank Capital $50,000 A General Banking busi ness transacted. We write both foreign and domestic exchange. Interest paid on time deposits. We want to extend to our customers every accomoda tion consistent with con servative banking. Correspondence Invited Watch Us Grow RELIEVE Neural ia AKE ONE OF THESE LITTLE TABLETS AND THE PAIN 18 GONE. "I have awful spells of Neu ralgia and have doctored a great deal without getting much benefit. For the last two years I have been taking Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills and they always relieve me. I have been so bad with Neuralgia that I sometimes...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 15 April 1910

fflokton News IA A. H. EISELEIN, Editor and Publisher. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Year. .......................2.50 Subscription Payable in Advance. ADVERTISING RATES FURNISHED ON APPLIOAI ION PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Entered as second-class matter August 2d. 11)O0. at the pstwofllce at Harlowton. Montana. under the act of congresI s of March 3d. 1879. Subscribers who fall to receive their papers. will please notify this office. Substlrbhers des ring address changed, please give former address, as well as new one. NOTICE C('o~ for change of advertising must be In this office Iby Tuesday evening to receive the Iopr'I attention Harlowton --For The County Seat LOCAL NEWS Dr. II. B. Tice was down from Two dot Monday. A. C. Graves was a Twodot visitor Wednesday. IIarlowton Bread is baked at IHar- 1 lowton. Your dealer can supply you. 11. R. Ilolley was up to Twodot on some land business Wednesday. Try our sterilized cream butter, 40 cents per pound at Marshalls. L. W. Curtis was up from R...

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