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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 13 May 1910

l . Mp If ] IIi ill l i Buy land and buy NOW. F O R S A L E frry, you'll be to late. Information or advice costs you 4 "All roads lead to Rome"-and nothing. Write today. 40 Acres-Homestead Relinquishment, Bottom Montana. Land, Price ................... .....$25 Altitude at larlowton, Montana, Montana is destined to become tihe . ................. .......tana Montana is destined to become the 50,000 Acres---In tracts to suit purchaser. Write 4,163 feet. Uniogreatest grain producing State in the me, stating just what you require, and I will furnish La is King, and you can make no you description of land with prices, terms, etc. ,maistaske when you can buy Montana Musselshell Valley land that sold a z6o Acres---Situated in the Musselshell Valley 6n Land. year ago for $11.00 per acre has sold the C. M. & P. S. R. R., for Sale on easy terms. As land values increase hand in since for $50.00 per acre. Price, per acre ..... ....................................................$40.00oo ha...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 13 May 1910

IInstrda by ibY HA11TI "It was at my wish, madam," re turned Capt Ashby, formally. He was not greatly prepossessed With the imperative manner and de. ineanor of this young woman, but he did not see exactly how he could re gent it, or force any improvement in It. "Will you proceed now with your ,gtory," he continued. "Will you speak (alowly so that Mr. Whittaker, who Soes not write shorthand, can take it sown?" Thereupon the woman told that por tion of her tale which related to the *vidence which she exhibited, the piece of the boat with the name of the ship upon it, the dog collar, the silver box, the Bible, the two rings. These Were marked, set down and sworn to. The affidavit to which she subscribed ter name, and to which she took oath On the very Bible of the island, was brief, though comprehensive, and the Ottle ceremony was soon over. Mr. Whittaker assumed charge of all the exhibits. The tale having been conm Lleted and all the little forrtiali!.is got through with, the little ...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 13 May 1910

W. S. SMITH THE Lewistown Furniture Dealer, handles a High Grade Piano at a moderate 'rice. His line consists of the Baldwin, mn. Valle.r G , 5. W. Miller ud w lr Bros. as well as player pianos. S EWIN*G Machines at one half the prices that agents charge for them. All kinds of Sewing Machine Repairs and Needles. Headquartes for Soheol Desks. The Minneapolis Desk, The Best. fLEWISTOWN, - - MONT. EDWARD M. JENIZEN C. N. FRIDAY, Piesident Vice Pres. & Cashier FRIDAY & JENIZEN BANKERS Your business will be carefully attended to. We pay interest on Time Deposits Write Foreign Exchange on all parts of world. Handle Farm Loans, Insurance & Real Estate. YOUR BUSINESS APPRECIATED i Graves Hotel Harlowton, Montana Up-to-date. The finest in the State of its size. Fifty rooms. P. S. OLSON, : : Proprietor r WHAT 1S A BANK ? 3 14u, u- gmipnmMMMPn.... mi..- l Some think it is the building. 1 Some think that it is the fixtures. 2 Others don't know what it is. Br6adly speaking, it is the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 13 May 1910

SM EI II T I iAB ii IRSEll F N I G I I I oral ?New SOMETHING ABOUT YOURSELFAND NEIGHBOR mm mm - m lmm mmmm i i lem-,'.,im' - am " +m+ a H Ladies' Veil Pins at Robertson's Jewelery Store. Buy your building hardware at Marshall'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 4 Store. Just received a big shipment of I new designs in wall paper, at Mar shalls. Mrs. George Root left Thursday morning for White Sulphur Springs, where she will visit with friends for several days. Hundreds of extra fine suit pat terns, let us show you the line, at Marshalls. George Clark has tiled on a home stead very close to Ryegate. George was lucky in finding the tract. Al though it is small, it is so close in that tile homestead is valuable. Gold Neck Chains and Gold Crosses at Robertson's Jewelery Store. Gene Lane, general manager of tihe Montana Lumber Company, spent Wednesday in town looking after business ma...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 20 May 1910

* -A RALOOSTER SI DR Th."e Harliton ?ews 1 RE The Continast! o usseIsheli News VOL. 4 HARLOWTON, MEAG1HER COUINTZ; NONTANA, FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1910 No. 47 RUNDUP CARPENTER TAKES SUICIDE ROUTE Charles Schoeaemau, .f Coal Camp, Cuts His Own Throat Roandup Record: The lifeless body of Qiarles Schoenenan, a bridge car penrer in the employ of the railroad company, was found beside the rail read track yesterday afternoon about 1 o'clock with his throat cut from ear to ear, an old home-made razor, besmeared with blood which lay be side it and the position of the body indicating that the man had done away with himself. The body of the man was first seen Wednesday morn ing by Section Foreman Flynn, but thinking that it was someone asleep nothing further was thought about it until yesterday afternoon when he again saw the body in the same place. Getting suspicious he investi gated and found the mean dead. The body lay in an undergrowth of brush about a hundred feet south of the track. Mr. Flynn ...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 20 May 1910

1564 ONLY THE FINEST of meats find their way to this store, that is why you will never get poor stuff. Anything and everything in Steaks, Chops and Roasts as well as Hams and Bacon are wait ing your trial order; after that you will not trade elsewhere. Harlowton Meat Co. Harlowton, : Montana t GRAND HOTEL FOR SALE One of the Best Hotels in Round up---doing a thriving business. u Good reasons for selling. - - - t Will Be Sold at a Sacrifice. a ROUNDUP REALTY CO. t Roundup, Montana. a Did Too tr Stop To Think Of the Merits of a good e Shave, Hair Cut n n or Massage a If So, Call on r t RED, THE WINNER, W. C. Qualls, Cenral Ave., liarlowton, Montana U uNDERTAKING 1 A COMPLETE STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND. Wire Orders Promptly Filled. + URNER MERCANTILE CO. llarlowton. - Montana RICHARD WRIGHT Contractor and Builder Jobbing Promptly and Neatly Done P. 0. Box 255 1'ionc 6 Black IHarlowton. - - Mont. S. L. HODGES U. S. Commissioner LAND FILINGS YEAlILLY PROI0FS Martinsdale . . Montana Dr. A. M. K...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 20 May 1910

Thi Adwaun New A. Hi. EISELEIN, Itor and ,PuMlisher. TERMG OF? St3flSCRIPTION1 One Year........................2.50 Subscription Payable in Advance. ADVERIIS:NG RATES FURNISHED ON APPLICA ION PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Entered as sedond-class matter Anuast Yd, 19(5. at the postofces at Harlowton. Montana, under the act of cohrress of March 3d. 1879. Subscribers who fall to receive their papers. wil pleae ntl d th e emce wSubscribers L 'rIng addresrchanged. please give former address. ke well as new one. NOTICE Copy for change of advertising must be in this office by Tuesdlay evening to receive the proper attention State News Work is begun on the Episcopal Church at Malta. Billings is to have a triple combi nation fire automobile engine. Unallotted lands on the Flathead reservation were opened to entry on Monday. A postoffice has been ordered estab lished at Rumsey, Rosebud county. The rains that came to the state re cently were greatly appreciated by the farmers. Five additional days w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 20 May 1910

TOWMrillOT Ibstrales by RAT WLTOS as he had on that never-to-be-forgota ten night, he would still answer no. because he loved her more. *And then he discovered that be wanted her more than he had ever de sired her before; that she was more necessary to him than ever he had dreamed she would be; that here was no question of honor or duty, indeed, but of love, overwhelming, obsessing. And then he admitted that she was purity, even holiness itself; that he had behaved to her like a cur; that he had been neither grateful, nor kind, nor tender, nor loving. He began to wonder fearfully if, after having failed so egregiously and terribly, there 'as any possible chance that she could ever care ro him again. Fate had brought her into intimate contact, he realized, with two men. One had treated her outrageously in the be. ginning and had nobly made amends. b t c f 'a *" eotl a a a hly.ing Upot n the s ans.dan theislander, hearnd treated her out e rageousyaned inb thend hoard playe a otherfool...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 20 May 1910

h y Goods and Grnees. Have special features of great importance to you. Good goods at living prices with stlye and service. Yours for business, MARSHALL'S ANY time you see a shoe with the LI Selz mark on it, you may kn without any further uestio - ment that t name an I s on sho oughout, d a guar e satisfaction. I ou can't make any mistake in buying shoes with that mark on them. You will always find them at "THE TOcQ ERY" We absolutely guarantee a fit of feet, pocket book and eatisfaction. a The Tail of the Comet The day of destruction passed over and all is well and we are still on earth with a, full line of good things to eat and wear. [ MARSHALL'S .. THERE ARE POINTS ABOUT LUMBER only an expert can know. But you don't need to be an expert if you buy lumber here. Builders of experience tell you that they can send their most ignorant laborer here for lumber with a certainty that lie will come back with the right kind and quantity. So can you. Prove it by trial. URNER'S Visit Portlan...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 20 May 1910

SOMETHING ABOUT YOURSELF AND NEIGHBOR Curtis fixes Automobiles. Specify "Harlowton Bread." Call up the Harlowton Bakery they can deliver it. Gold Neck Chains and Gold Crosses at Robertson's Jewelery Store. Choice patterns in Wall Paper. Call and see the line at Marshall's. A "New Way" Gasoline engine goes and goes right. See Curtis. Oscar Rader drove in from Hedges ville this week, to transact business. Marshall is showing a large assort metat of room-sized Rugs In choice weaves. Rev. C. B. Ludwig will preach in Twodot at 2 p. m. and at Harlowton at 8 p. m. May 22nd. 1910. FOR RENT-Three Iloom House, with bath tub and hot and cold water. Inquire at this otlce. Harold Freeman Ludwig of Chicago, son of Rev. C. Ii. Ludwig of this place, will arrive at Hlarlowton next Friday morning. Many pupils from the near-by towns were in Harlowton this week, taking the state examinations for entrance to high school. STRAY NOTICE--Strayed away, one bay mare, white star in forehead, branded E3 on lif...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 27 May 1910

2 Tha Harlo.ion News ALIKE The Connau I I fl 4useeleshell News Voz. 4 BARLOWTON, MEAGHER 000H, MONTANA, FRIDAY, MAY 27, 1910 No. 48 CHARLES D. NORTON. Treasurer of the Na tional Red Cross Society. RECEPTION FOR SENATOR AND MRS. TOOLEY A Big Reception for Senator and Mrs. C. P. Tooley, nt Twodot. A big reception and dance was given in honor of Senator and Mrs. C. P. Tooley last Friday night in the Pierce Hall at Twodot, the event being the return of the Senator and his bride. The event was the largest of its nature ever given in Twodot. The Senator's many friends turned out to congratulate him and Mrs. Tooley, and welcome them to Twodot, where they will make their future home. After the reception a dance was given, the music being furnished by the Graves Hotel Orchestra. Memorial Day $ervices. A Memorial Service will be held in the Wilson Memorial Church, of this place, next Sunday evening, May 29, at 8 p. m. This is to be a Union ser vice of the Presbyterian and Metho dist Churches....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 27 May 1910

STAR N ol MIOAIT Capital and Surplus $57,000.00. ** "There'a a Reason" why Merchants Trustees, Societies and Individuals are asked to give US their accounts. Absolute SAFETY for all funds is our first object. Expert SERVICE is renpered gladly and carefully in any conservative banking proposition. A rigid SILENCE is maintained regarding all bt siness dealings with us. The Business Men's Bank The business man should have a bank that is able not only to take care of his deposits and collections satisfac torily, but also to render him assist ance when needed. The service of this bank is satisfac tory in all departments, and it is able at all times to meet the needs of its customers with such loans as they may require. We give special care to the business men's accounts, regardless of their size. State Bank Of Martinsdale. Curtis fixes A utomobiles. OUR PROMPT DELIVERIES ' please the housewife. She doesn't have to fret and worry about whether "that meat will be here in time" if she order...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 27 May 1910

l Beas ae. rair ti ir: : at nls Senpt. 26,27, 2S ,se, sad Oct. 1, '10. Fifty thousand people added to out population and nearly all of them set ties on our soil, is the record since the Montana State Fair was held last September. Estimates based on fig ures for the most of the period show that the influr of settlers has been greater than ever before. During the short period that the Colonists rates obtained, fully 7,000 cars of house hold goods and stock passed the rail road transfers bound for the west. This would point to a possible addi tion to the wealth of our state of over $10,000,000. That this record will be more than equaled in the next few months is already assured. The last State Fair demonstrated that this is a great agricultural state with won derful possibilitiesin all lines of pro duction. It is, therefore, deemed timely to set forth, briefly, for the benefit of our new citizens, and all our people as well, the aims and ob jects of the State Fair. First: To show the p...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 27 May 1910

fbraham Lincoln One Among the Silent Legion Whom We Must Honor May 30th. READ THIS To the Business Men and Property Holders of the Town of Harlowton. Do the people of Harlowton want a first class band? Something better than a common hand, in fact one of the best. Semi-professional bands in the state. If so you must help them in this way. Our hand is composed of trades men who follow these dif ferent trades for a living, and who are dependent on you for their main tainance. viz.. carpenters, plumbers. painters, clerks, laborers and other skilled crafts. Now it is up to you to help them out by giving them work in their line. in preference to men who are not interested in the welfare of your town. If you want a county sear, let Ilarlowt on's band help win the prize, and all this Is gratis to you by patronizing home Industry. So it is up to you.-Contributed. RYEGATE Roy Fisk went to the Tipton ranch to plow, Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Gregg visited at En gel's Sunday. Wheeiock and Whe...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 27 May 1910

E l Ufl ?ImcI PWUINIIG CDMMNY NEW YOaK The June Delineator IN the June DELINEATOR yot will find very interesting Proph. ecies about New Style Features, This number of "The Fashior Authority of the World" also con. tains just the Styles you need for the Summer Outing at the Coun. try, Shore, or Mountains, Everyone likes a good story, and you will enjoy "Simple Simon," by RUDYARD KIPLING, You will also be interested in "A Brief to the Housewife," by MABLE POT TER DAGGETT. This article is the result of a special investigation by THE DELINEATOR into the Rising Cost of Living. For all these special features and many more, buy the June DELINEATOR To-day. 15 Cents the Copy $1.00 the Year URNER'S Hot Weather Drinks at zero prices. Here's the right kind. They are made of ;the purest materials. For pleasure and health try A Big Glass of our famous Ice Cream Soda at 15c. It will lower your temperature, and make you wish that all the year was summer. LEWELLI N'S An Offer To All Poorly Pald Men ...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 27 May 1910

1564 ONLY THE FINEST of meats find their way to this store, that is why you will never get poor stuff. Anything and everything in steaks, Chops and Roasts as well as Hams and Bacon are wait ing your trial order; after that you will not trade elsewhere. Harlowton Meat Co. Harlowton, : Montana Did Too !v& Stop To Think Of the Merits of a good Shave, Hair Cut or Massage If So, Call on RED, THE WINNER, W. C. Qualls, Cenral Ave., Harlowton, Montana UNDERTAKING A COMPLETE STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND. Wire Orders Promptly Filled. URNER MERCANTILE CO. Harlowton. - Montana GRAND HOTEL FOR SALE One of the Best Hotels in Round up---doing a thriving business. Good reasons for selling. - - - Will Be Sold at a Sacrifice. ROUNDUP REALTY CO. Roundup, Montana. Dr. A. M. KNIGHT Resident entist LYONS BUILDING HARLOWTON. - MONTANA George Courtney CITY DRAY AND TRANSFER LINE Harlowton, - Montana W. 0. STRAIGHT U. S. (XOMMISSIONER Land FIlings and yearly and FInal Proofs can be made Before me. llarlowton, -...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 27 May 1910

A ;. r Y ; r freo her exquisitely graceful limbs, she looked a very nymph bt the sea as she stepped out at last above the high tide line and stood poised as if for light upon the hard and solid shore. Again she threw about her that quick. apprehenslve look. Again she paused to lIsten. Reassured in that she heard and saw nothing but the bird's song, the Wind's sigh, the wave's splash, she ran swiftly toward a blacker epening In the dark rock. She gleamed whiter still in the entrance for a moment and then disappeared. Bhe came forth presently ptill unclothed, a look of disappointment on her face. She had many things to do, much to occupy her mind, but the first duty that lay to her hand and the first in* stinct which she followed was that her nakedness should be covered. Still warily watchful, still keenly alert, still fearful apparently of inter ruption or observation, she ran across the beach, her movement as free, as -graceful, as rapid as she had been Atalanta- herself, and disapp...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 27 May 1910

OINrA L N EwsI SOMETHING ABOUT YOURSELF AND NEIGHBOR Orderyour Sunday Strawberry Short Cake from the Harlowton Bakery. John Engel, Bert, Henry and Mrs. Akin were in town from Ryegate Wednesday. Miss Dehlia McMahon, a Dramatic Reader from Minneapolis, is a guest of Mrs. E. J. North of this city. The City Bakery was closed this week, the stock being purchased by Jas. Folsom of the Harlowtc n Bakery. Superintendent Spencer, of the C. M. & P. S. Ry., was in Harlowton a short time Thursday. A. F. Robertson went to Minneapo lis Friday, to attend to business. He will be gone several days. Jacob Berg was in town Thursday transacting business. He left Friday for Ingomar, where he will conduct the shearing plant this season. Live Stock Solicitor Sheppard re turned so Harlowton Thursday. Mr. Sheppard has been visiting the west ern cities drumming up business. In addition to Its usual line of first class Bakery Goods, the Harlowton Bakery can now supply the various kinds of Salads and Cold ...

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

ThM CogIfluaa Mus tNIesIheII News VOL. 4 BARWAWTON, MEAQEHER 00t *Wy MONTANA, FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1910 No. 49. ARCHBISHOP RYAN. One of the Aetive Cath oLeaders In Amerie.. SPLENDID SERVICES Churches Honor the Blue and the Gray Memorial Day. Perhaps the largest evening gather ing of the season was assembled at the Wilson Memorial Church on last Sunday night, to do honor to the soldiers of the Blue and the Gray. Addresses were delivered by the Reverend C. 3. Ludwig and Attorney L. D. Glenn. Rev. Ludwig ft TA Word of Tribute" showed that the best way to honor the dead is taup hold the combined influences which make for liberty. As the flaming torch of the Goddess of Liberty is a symbol of enlightenment for the in coming millions, it behooves us to look well to the Christian schools and lend a hand toward the advancement of Christian knowledge and princi ples which will, alone, enlighten a people. The Dreyer Orchestra rendered very acceptable and appropriate music for the occasion, which ad...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 3 June 1910

OUR PROMPT DELIVERIES plous the housewife. She doesn't have to fret and worry about whether "that meat will be here in time" if she orders it from this market. She'll be pleased with the meat too. So will her hus band, her children, her guests whom she has invited to dinner. Suppose you give us a trial order to-day. You'll be as glad as we thatyou didso. A. C. Graves Meat Market Harlowton, Montana. MARSHALL'S Furniture department has been greatly enlarged. New designs in all kinds of chairs, dressers, comodes, rockers, tables, couches etc., Call and allow us to show them. BUS & TRANSFER HARRY COSGRIFFE, PROP Conveyancing to all Parts of the city BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS Telephone No. 63 Harlowton, Mont. Graves Hotel + Harlowton, Montana Up-to-date. The finest in the State of its size. Fifty rooms. P. S. OLSON, Proprietor EDWARD M. JENIZEN C. N. FRIDAY, President Vice Pres. & Cashier FRIDAY & JENIZEN BANKER S Your business will be carefully attended to. We pay interest on Tim...

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