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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 22 April 1910

4 ý r f Sý, ,4 V Iý ffe 4 1ý1 d ý'+ Y. 1< *~ The uaaelsell News $NTAYA, ' Y, APRIL 22, 1910 'Profsor Atkin.eiso iom Bozeman Agric+ t aI School in 1 6owtoon Professor Atkinson, from the Bozeman Agricultural I School, spent yesterday here looking over the grounds for a desirable location for the experimental farm. Mr. At kit.hoi pidked a tract.of land on the bench south of town, which is in plain view ftrom Cntral Avenue. W'hile talking with; the News man the` prof sorsaid:i "Although itris ratherlate to get in much of a crop this year, we will at leastba9te corn, beans and several other S grains, and then prepare the grounds for fall wheat., The grounds which I selected I think is about on the highest bench close to Harlowton; this was done so as to be able to prove what can be done on such benches." A local man will be hired to take care of the farm and do the work under the instructions of the Agricultural college. J. G. A. LEISHMAN. hoe United States Ambassador to Italy. BIG SE...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 22 April 1910

-~~ ~ ~ - -· ----- .z A. H. EISELEIN, Editor and Publisher. TERMS OF SUBSC0RIPTION. One Year ........................ 2.50 'Subecription Payable in Advance. ADVYaTIt!rNG RATUU FVflMISHED ON APPLIOA~IION PUBLIIIHED EVERtY FIDAY. Entered as second-elass matter August 3d, 1908. at the lostofice at Harlowton. Montana. under the act of congress Of March 8d. 1879. Subscribers who fall to receive their avpers. 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 iarlowton --For .The. ounty Seat Som.ewhat .ured Around. Again the editorial writer in the Meagher County Republican filled that paper with an unpalatable and offensive odori, last week, with scratch ing of his quill. Some people when they discover that they have made a mistake, and find themselves on the wrong track, they try to cross-cut in order to make ...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 22 April 1910

., eil R ý '.. ýý:ý ..·s _.r .._... L :_ J.1 . ý[...._Jr .i..ý l. ._ ...3 .a . . w ._ ., . _ _ .d ý_ . ._ r._. .a ,. _ Illing Johnson of Wbite $ilphu Springs paid us a visit on i~turday. Miss Mare Selbeek hUs purchws i fine new add) h4eotls . . . ,Grandp . d e ry Volt tool a See. auto trip, to the Springs A first class moving picture shbo was, given at Leuihnp pa ThauItda evening by Chas. Mulotte, and a large audience gpthersd.. ) M ) Maiotts in .forms us thiat,' di6 Ittend*s paying t several visits during the summej months. ) Paul Grande and Fratk Roguile are assisting Mr. Haugan in building him new house on CoVtonwood. Miss tund, ;liss Berg and Mrs 3. 0.. Berg rpaid a visit to R. E. Indre land a~ndwitfelast Saturday. According to reports, a few in our midst plaS :td purchase automobiles in the near future. Andrew Berg isbasy building a tel ephone line from Lennep to his home. Within a short time all the farmers will be on the wire, and communica tion will be much improved. Henry V...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 22 April 1910

h+ºWoare the beeh oet but not out ot sight amas ." he sa turain and facing he other two. s noticeod that the woman wae hi-i,..ty white and that Langford was oanbely lee.s ale. "Sir," said Langford irmly, "I de 41lia' to answer your question. I have buapeaas with this lady and with her alot. it does not concern you and I beo you to withdraw for a moment ndn6 gve me free speech with her. After that I may have some questlns to p$t to you." "iEverything that concerns her eon terbs me," paid the man. steirly. "What you have to say to her must be aid to me. Speak on.' PFr a moment Langford looked as if he would have sprung upon the other, lIut:he was so clearly no match for the wl14 stranger that discretion came to his aid and kept him still. Besides he had no wish for vulgar brawling then. He turned to the woman. "Katherine," he said, "I have much to say to you. Can't you make this man hear reason?" "She has made me hear reason for three years," answered the man for her before she could ...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 22 April 1910

~~ ''' ;·! '": ·.· ''' ~·· i. '? '' ~' ; ' ..iP `L :L: ·,· V~PI~C~.:K i'M: ·~ I r, c ,i ~" :: 1~ 1 ·i*-~ ,. r iB Q1IIBF .i i'h °i~·i r7 ··· r, ·· : ~ · ' ~·.· i- '· The Masidelo Temple at Blahngi will be dodieated Jult 24. ssgouia is to be' made a regula, 'voevauaoent employ*', .examnintion ;point. Oil hoa breen c leovref on the arn of James Miller,'twelve. miles east o: Cutbank. Billings people are. endeavoring t1 raise funds for, the erection of e Christian Church. A new irrigation enterprise is being formed on Ohouteau Coulee, north. east of Chinook. Major Martin Mscginnis, well knows Montana resident, gave.a St. Patriok's address at Honolulu. Tie completion of the $40,000 wagon bridge across the YelloWstone river near Rosebud is noted. Miles City is to spend about $820,000 on the improvement of jta electric light, sewer and watbe system. The sventh annual meeting of the Montafe&StatM Dental Society will be held Jn Great Falls, May 6 and 7. Extensive improvements, are to be D...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 22 April 1910

Disc Harrows Hay Presses Gasoline Engines Manure Spreader Sectional Drag Harrow Feed Mills Riding, Walking and two-way Plows SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY Urner Mercantile Company One Prioe to Everybody Capital, $00,000 The Peoples' Store SOMETHING ABOUT YOURSELF AND NEIGHBOR .. ..r a .. . , ql I,,lI Oi g,.o4eli I io,,.4i'" '"a1.,41" Goo. Lyons from Twodot was in our city on business Thursday. Spring Shoes and oxfords just re ceived at Marshalls. .1. .. Hopkins and son were down from Twodot yesterday. See our window of all wool suitings, let Marshall be your tailor. .1. F. l)aly from Judith Gap was in to wn Wednesday. White House Coffee, standard of tihe world. at Marshalls. A. 0. Iaugan was down from Len nep on business Wednesday. Professor Dralle, of the Roundup 1564 ONLY THE FINEST of meats find their way to this store, 1hat is why you will never get poor stult. Anything and everything in Steaks, Chops and Roasts as well as Ilams and Bacon are wait ing your trial order; after that you \\...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 29 April 1910

ITI The HanI oNe ws - The Conlin' usselshell News V . 4 HARLOWTON, MEAGHER COIONY, 'MONTANA, FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1910 , No.44 AMBASSADOR O'BRIEN. Plans to Give Up Japa. nose Post For Law Practice. ABOUT THAT COMET Something of Interest Concern ing the Celestial Visitor. " That comet is proceeding towards us at the rate of something like 2,000 miles a minute, according to Mr. Wharton. It is getting rapidly away from the sun, and will gradually be come more difficult to see from now until May 18, when it will be entirely obscured by coming between the earth and the sun. From about May 25 it will become visible again, and in the beginning of June will be clearly dis cernible in the evenings at a distance of about 15,000,000 miles from the earth. At present it, is over 90,000,000 miles away from us. SHAW RANCH RESOLD Jim River Investment Company Takes Over Large Tract---Will Retail Land. A deal was made the forepart of the week whereby the Jim River Invest ment Company takes over the Shaw...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 29 April 1910

The Harlowton News A. ii. EISELEIN. Editor and Publisher. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Year..................82.50 Subscription Payable in Advance. ADVERTISING RATES FURNISHED ON APPLICATION PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Entered as second-class matter August 2d, 1906. at the postoffice at Harlowton, Montana, under the act of congress of March 3d. 18E9. Subscribers who fall to receive their papers. will please notify this office. Subscribers desring 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 Harlowton -For The County Seat Dad Reid Throws Bouquet. The extension of the Milwaukee road four years ago opened up a great many new towns In western North Dakota and eastern Montana that offered favorable opportunities for aspiring young business men with energy and pluck. Renville county furnished two young men who hold high rank as developers of their re spective local...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 29 April 1910

{mow.~ ~ ~ ~ : j rt, '.' 'ý ý Yt Fý. ý .... . ý 1a ;bsied ds which .have bsw*Used only fo gragii: office has beateh all rerds thi i ºobth in the aitarg ofainug8' 1' cetted and otbars a ostioans busy StI there is plenty gf good lii4 left. Bing t thitO t b te mudt ch attention. It l0 the coming by the thousando of farmers into ,tontana who are b4tiing deeded lands sahd ma prod farms. In.pas1kyeai Montana hasp een chiefly nted for the great yiel of its mines ana for its wealth id cords of cattis and Cheep. F4rm ing' egan in Montana in 1884 and at fit4 was carried on near mining cans to which product were freight ed wag . I ,ealy: days it was not ,ade to engage in farming at a distepp from epttlement. because thievig and sometIIres murdering, Redskins roamed over the country and it was not profitable to do so in regions to 4triote from centers of popplatlpi to reight products to. This condition continued until the construction of railroads made possi ble the sending of crops to a distan...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 29 April 1910

t not kill!" said the wom "An *y for an eye, and a tooth for g tooth," returned the man. "He and you between you slew my keart. His dedib would be no murder, but retribution." "But it was In part my fault," re turned the woman, bravely makliag her confession . put me where I was; that can give me back that I have lost." "Kate, Katet" cried Langford, "you don't understand!" "I understand too well. Why con tinue the sorry story? Mr. Whittaker, and you that are men beyond, that have wives and children and sweet. hearts, that have been taught to love God, to believe in him, and to observe his laws, that have submitted your. selves gladly to the conventions at so' clety-or If any be among you who have outraged these and gone against them, taken the law into your own hands-you will understand sooner or later what came to me. I discovered that there was nothing high or holy in this man's regard for me; that he persuahet, .se believed as I simply to get possession of me. I awoke to a dreade...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 29 April 1910

Dropsy Given up by Doctor "I had dropsy, and was told by my family physician that there was no chance for me. My family also gave me up. My limbs and body were swollen one-third larger than natural, water collected around my heart and I had to be propped up in bed to keep from smothering. I took Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy until I was entirely cured. This was in 1902, and I am now able to do any kind of work on my farm. My cure was certainly marvelous." L. TURLEY CURD, Wilmore, Ky. Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy has been wonderfully successful in relieving heart trouble. Its tonic effect upon the heart nerves and muscles is a great factor in assisting nature to overcome heart weakness. Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy Is sold by all druggists. If the first bottle doss not benefit, your druggist will return your money. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. Did Tou her Step To Thigk Of the Merits of a good . Shave, Hair Cut or Massage If So, Call on RED, THE WINNER, W. C. Qualls, Cenral Ave., Harlowton, Monta...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 29 April 1910

SOMETHING ABOUT YOURSELF AND NEIGHBOR . Try our sterilized cream butter, 40 cents per pound at Marshalls. Miss Giltinan came in from Bercail Sunday. A "New Way" Gasoline engine goes and goes right. See Curtis. S. M. Durand from Martinsdale was in Harlowton Monday. - For All-Leather Suit Cases and Traveling Bags go to E. F. Ross & Co. Services at Presbyterian Church, morning and evening. Hariowton Bread is baked at Har iowton. Your dealer can supply you. H. E. Marshall was up from Round up the fore part of the week. For Goodness Sake-eat Hariowton Bread. Prices breakfast food three packages for twenty-five cents at Marshalls. H. D. Hughes, the depot agent from Dorsey, spent Tuesday in Hariowton. You can get it at Urners. A Big Display of rugs and carpets at Marshall's. C. R. Feiry went down to Mussel shell on business, Friday. "For Goodness Sake" eat Harlos ton Bread. H. Grant, the popular hotel keeper from Lavina, was in our city Wednes day. A carload of select furniture just re...

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

A The Harla wton News IRE T The Qontan r hIe Musselshell News VoL. 4 HALOWTON, MEAGHER .. , MONTANA, FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1910 No. 45 M_ yilj , l if , , j , if , i . . J 'WWLIAlS RACT SOLD For Fq ir ?beu d iHaram---Con slt st 4,U58 Acres, Fifteen II8es South of Iarlowton. The Frank Williams sheep ranch, which lies 15 miles southwest of Har lowton, was sold by H. R. Holley this week to M. G. Carlisle of Brookings, S. D. Mr. Holley bought this tract from Frank Williams last January and in turning it now he makes a snug profit;. t'hi ranch consists of 4,6835 acres, part of which is improved, and has been used for a sheep ranch for the past twenty-five years. The deal involved about $40,000 Social Event. One of the most pleasant social events of the season took place yester day afternoon, when Mesdames Benj. Stevens and S. O. Johnson enf:ertained I at the home of the former, in honor of Mrs. W. B. Galvin, who is soon to I leave for Martinsdale, where she will make her home in the future. The ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 6 May 1910

, The Harlowton News A. i. EISELEIN. Editor and Publisher. TERIMS OF S I I, One Year. .....................$2.'li Subscription Payala. iri .\.irvance. ADVEIt'I I. NO ItA' ' ( I N A PJ'I,ti 1 PU I,3 "1IIED 1., . I' .tIDAY. Enterld as d ,eetnl -, . \uctII t 2u, ltht. at the postotifti , .. .~h uLtana, under tihe act of cln It ,i"t. M... Subscribers who fall to tece:ve Ile ,Japer'. will please notify this office. Subscribers des'rlug address changed, please give former address. as well as new one. NOTICE Copy for.change of advertising must be In this office by Tuesday eveaning to receive the proper atteltion News From Neighboring Towns. TWODOT O. B. Anderson sold 250 head of cattle to J. J. DeWolf of South Da kota, the same being shipped to Chi cago. C. W. Slhumaker is negotiating for tihe sale of hils ranch. C. N. Friday of Ilarlowton was in town the early part of the week. lHarlowton Greys captured the game from the Twodot Reds, score 5-9. Hard luck! J. A. Freeser left this morning f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 6 May 1910

RY .iAa V FAt RS DRY LANýD FARER Potatoes in some parts of Montana are a drug at the present time. In the Bitter Root Valley in the Hunt ley project near Billings, and in other places, the potato crop is a drug to day. Why should not the same happen in regard to meat? For the reason, first that the population of the United States is increasing much more rap ly than meat supplies. Congress is trying to find out why meat is so dear. The most important reason is that the supply is not equal to the demand. This, however, is not the only reason. Second, the fact that western farmers have an aversion to growing live stock will be important. It will limit the number of farmers who will take up the work. Third, moreskill is required to make a suc cess ot this line of work than of or dinary farming, and this will deter many from engaging in the work. It is exceedingly probable, there fore, even to the extent of being a certainty that the prices of live stock will maintain present values more...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 6 May 1910

Il iatls by RAY WALTtIS larger in his view and hide what else Is there. I know I have been for. given by God, I will not be for given by men, but I tell you here and now, again and again, that I will not be your wife. I will be his wife or no man's." Langford turned away and hid his face in his hands. Whittaker stepped forward and laid his hand upon the shoulder of the man of the island. He shook him for a moment. "You stand immobile," he cried, sharply, "after such a confession as that, after such an appeal? What have you to say, man? You ought to get down on your knees and thank God for the love of such a woman." "Aye, aye," burst out the deep tones of the old coxswain of the cutter. "So esy all of us." boat, shoved off and was rowed over the blue lagoon and through the open ing in the barrier toward the yacht tossing slowly upon the long swells of the Pacific. "As for you, sir," said the woman, after she had watched Langford a lit' tle while in silence, "will you go back and brin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 6 May 1910

Cramps "I carry Dr. Miles' Arti-Pain Pills with me all the time, and for aches and pains there is' nothing equals them. I have used them for rheumatic pains, headache, and pains in side and back, and in every case they give perfect satisfaction." HENRY COURLEN, Boonton, N. J. Pain comes from tortured nerves. It may occur in any part of the head or body where there is weakness or pressure upon the nerves. Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills Relieve pain, whether it be neu ralgiac, rheumatic, sciatic, head ache, stomache, pleurisy or ovarian pains. Druggists everywhere sell them. If first package falls to benefit, your drug gist will return your money. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. Did Toe [tre Stop To Think Of the Merits of a good of Shave, Hair Cut or Massage as If So, Call-on wi RED, THE WINNER, H W. C. Quails, Cenral Ave., Iiarlowton; Montana UNDERTAKING A COMPLETE STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND. Wire Orders Promptly Filled. URNER MERCANTILE CO. Harlowton. - Montana RICHARD WRIGHT Contractor and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 6 May 1910

SOMETHING ABOUT YOURSELF AND NEIGHBOR Chas. Shoeman from Dorsey was in our city Sunday. Mrs. Geo. Cobb was up from Rye gate Thursday. M. H. Graham received his Metz automobile this week. Ceretana flour is without an equal. $1.75 per sack at Marshalls. H. R. Holley visited with his fam ily at Billings over Sunday. Ladies' Veil Pins at Robertson's Jewelery Store. .T. J. DeWolf shipped 17 carloads of cattle to the Chicago market last week. H. E. Marshall was up from Round. up Wednesday. J. W. Vaughn from Billings regis tered at the Graves Hotel Wednesday. Buy your building hardware at M arshall's. A fine line of Stock Pins and Baby Pins at Robertson's Jewelry Store. A complete line of Ladies' and Gent's Rings at Robertson's Jewelery Store. Mr. and Mrs. S. M. DuRand and son, E. C., spent Sunday and Monday in Harlowton. Mrs. II. Flalbut, from White Sul phur Springs, registered at the Graves Hotel Tuesday. Just received a big shipment of new designs in wall paper, at Mar shalls. Mr. E. J....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 13 May 1910

t- The Narloton wewS2 The Continuation of TO 14*uiahell News VOL. 4 BARLOWTON, MEAGHER COUNT1;I MONTANA, FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1910 No. 46 _! I l l lI IIIlI I L I I II II I III I Ii ar. MRS. ARTHUR KEMP. Sooiety Leader of Lon don and New York. R. R. LEA DIES Prominent Contractor and Res pected Citizen of Harlowton Passes Away Suddenly. The shadow of gloom was again cast over the Town of Harlowton last Saturday shortly after 1:30 p. m. when the news of the death of R. R. Lea was announced. Mr. Lea died suddenly at his home in Harlowton at 1:30. The citizens generally knew that Mr. Lea was ill, and had been ill for several months with lung trouble, but few thought that the end was so near. The deceased was 35 years of age, having been born in Morristown, New Jersey on November 27th, 1875. Fourteen years ago he was married at Lamoni, Iowa. Four children have been born to Mr. and Mrs. Lea, two of which died several years ago. The people of Harlowton join in sympathy with Mrs. Lca and the chil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 13 May 1910

NEW SIAWNUT The hotel at Shawmut is now open to the public and although not yet completed, is doing quite a business. The Attix, West Co., have been adding another room to their build ing and are getting in quite a stock of goods. Wm. Shaw, the Livery man is very busy all of the time in fact, everyone AT OUR SODA FOUNTAIN you can obtain something sparkling and refreshing to drink. The many varieties enables you to get just what you want. There are many ways of making SODA WATER but only that which insures good quality finds favor with us. When something really delicious, refreshing and satisfying is desired, drop in here. LEWELLIN DRUG CO. WE DRAW ATTENTION to our special offering of fine cut lery. We urge you to personally examine the display in order that you may fully realize the high character of the merchandise. If we should mention prices you would be apt to regard the goods as unworthy. Come and see how mistaken you would be. STEVYNS DRTEIR HARDWARi (0. The Exclusive Store. T...

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