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

THE LITTLEST GIRL can buy groceries here as safely as the most experienced shopper. For we carry none but groceries of quality and dependability. So if you cannot come in person, send your littlest girl. If you tell her what you want she can buy it here as well as you. URNER'S 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 "f   a. 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 THE HAIR is God's gift to men and women to be an ornament and finish to their physical beauty. It is man's duty to CARE FOR...

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. — 3 June 1910

WO1 E00M-4 i . CHAPTER XXIV. A Promise Broken. It was that same late spring morn lug when John Charnock sat on the porch overlooking the pale waters of Hampton Roads past Newport News an4 Old Point Comfort and the blue waters of the Chesapeake and the bluer ocean beyond. The motor car was stopped outside the great gate at the end of the long avenue of trees which led to the river road. It could have been driven in, but as he ap. proached the house more nearly with his mind still in a state of indecision, in order further to collect his thoughts and because he was tired from the long ride and because he would not trespass on Charnock more than was absolutely necessary, Langford de. cided to walk. Now the sight of a motor car was not unusual and Charnock glanced at it indifferently enough until it stopped at the gate. That was out of the com mon, for most of those who came to visit him in such fashion turned in the drive and stopped before the long flight of steps that led down from t...

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. — 3 June 1910

(bat Big Baked Potatoes! They're a feature of the Northern Pacifle's Dining Car service. They weigh at least two pounds apiece. They are fine 1 So is the service in general. Tender meats, good fish, eggs from our own poultry farm, bread, cakes, pies and ice cream made at our own bakeries in Seattle and St. Paul; Washing ton creamery bu'tter; milk in individual bottles; whipped cream for coree. All prepared by expert jhefs and served by experienced waiters-a corps of Dining Car Instructors is maintained to keep the service "up to the 'handle." Northern Pacific Ry. Provides service that sets the pace-not only in its Dining Cars, but all the way through. 9 SeAeral electric-lighted trains East and West every day. Lbw summer Tourist Fares. Let me help you plan your trip. A. M. CLELAND, Genet al Passenger Agent 4 I ST. PAUL The Scenic Highway Through the Land of Fortune. MONEY LOANED ON REAL ESTATE. LONG TIME EASY PAYMENTS RELIABLE REPRESENTATIVES WANTED. The Jackson Loan & Trust Comp...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 3 June 1910

Our Dry Goods and Groceries Have special features of great importance to you. Good goods at living prices with stlye and service. Yours for business, MARSHALL'S THE ARCHITECT AND THE CONTRACTOR .º will both agree that it is useless to seek better lumber than we handle. They are right. There is none better to be had and not very much as good. Have us estimate on the lumber for your next Job. 4 You'll not find our figures high, in spite of the high quality of our lumber. URNER'S GENTLEMEN'S JEWELRY of that simple elegance of de sign that is always so attrac tive to the well-dressed man. Our stock comprises a most superb line of scarf pins, sleeve links, chains, studs, collar buttons, etc., ranging from combinations of dia monds, pearls and precious ° stones to the simple, plain pin, but all are very substan tially and durably made from 14 karat gold. A. F. ROBERTSON JEWELRY AND WATCH HOUSE -- C. M. & P. S. RAILWAY WATCH INSPECTOR Call and Leave Your Measure for a first class tailo...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 10 June 1910

THarl The Harlvton News wIi The CgAntiinu .tI TM Musselshell News VOL.4. 4 RARLOWTON, MEAGHER COUlriY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1910 No. 60 Humorist, Who is to Make Tour of Country. PROMINENT YOUNG MAN DIES SUDDENLY Clyde DuRand of Delpine, Montana, Died at His Home Sunday, After a Few Day's Illness. Clyde Du Rand died at his ranch near Delpine Sunday, and was buried in the family cemetery Monday. Mr. DuRand was 27 years old and married. Mr. DuRand was hunting bear a week before his death when he was taken with a severe nose bleed. Every possible remedy was tried to stop the bleeding, but it was more than ten hours before the flow of blood was stopped. The loss of blood caused a fever and a swelling of the throat and face, from which he died Sunday. Mr. DuRand was one of the most popular young men in this section of the country, having lived here the greater part of hislife. 4le h;d rhlany, friends in Harlowton Who are grieved to hear of his sudden death. ROAD CONVENTION Is to be H...

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. — 10 June 1910

Children's Hats Children's Straw and Cloth Hats in well Assorted Colors. Worth 75c Special 50c at Marshall's BUS & TRANSFER HARRY COSGRIFFE, PROP Conveyancing to all Parts of the city BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS Telephone No. 63 Harlowton, Mont. EDWARD M. JENIZEN C. N. FRIDAY, Plesident 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 YOU HAD BETTER WAKE UP to the fact that there must be reasons wlhy so many people always come here for their Bullding Material. I)on't you think it a good idea to learn what they are. BETTER STILL PUT OUR BUILDING-MATERIAL to an actual test. Then -you will know from experience what many others have already learned, namely that our Building Material can not be excelled in character no matter how much more you pay than we chiarve for our service. MONTANA LUM...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 10 June 1910

The Harlowton News A. H. EISELEIN. Editor and Publisher. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Year........................$2.50 Subscription Payable in Advance. ADVER¶IS:ING RATES FURNISHEC ON APPLICAiION 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. 1879. Subscribers who fail to receive their papers. will please notify this office. Subscribers des'ring 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 Too Many Feminine Young Men. tut of t lie hosts of namby-pamb! youths who are seeking positions where no heavy manuel labor is en valved, it is refreshing to meet a },ung rman who expresses a sincere desire to make farming his life work. Tie education and training of the vast majority of young men, at the present time has as a primary object the avoidance of manual ...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 10 June 1910

YOUR OPPORTUNITY The first chance in the famous Musselshell Valley to secure the Cream of Montana land at this the opening of another of Montana's Fertile Ranches At theright prices and terms

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 10 June 1910

Acres Fine Bench Land Acres Fine Grazing Land Acres of the very finest quality of irrigated and irrigable lands in tracts of 40 to 160 acres I 1 Comp ny HARLOFC ONG OFFICE GRAVE H. OTEL I I - " II !Ill .. . -1

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 10 June 1910

'STREAM OF BIBLES LEAVES NEW YORK TO CIRCLE GLOBE EW YORK.-There is a door in a Fourth avenue building which has all the hall marks of shipping de partment doors in general -battered side posts, pol ished iron chutes, boxes on the side walk marked with names that seem to have been taken haphazard from a gazetteer. Husky truckmen are con tinually going in and out and through the dusty windows the heads may be seen of clerks checking off lists. It is one of a thousand doors which would to a casual passerby seem devoted to the same purpose. But there is a special name attached to this particular door. This is the Door of a Million Bibles. Out of this door each year a million Bibles pass to be distributed through the world. The rumor that a conditional gift of $500,000 from Mrs. Russell Sage awaits the action of the Bible society in rais ing a similar amount is affirmed by one of the officials, but that any rigid time limit has been placed upon it he denies. "Mrs. Sage has been very con...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 10 June 1910

tBig Baked Potatoes! They're a feature of the Northern Paciflc's Dining Car service. They weigh at least two pounds apiece. They are fine I So is the service in general. Tender me&ta, good fish, eggs from our own poultry farm, bread, cakes, pies and ice cream made at our own bakeries in Seattle and St. Paul; Washing ton creamery butter; milk in individual bottles; whipped cream for coffee. All prepared by expert chefs and served by experienced waiters-a corps of Dining Car Instructors is maintained to keep the service "up to the handle." Northern Pacific Ry. Provides service that sets the pace-not only in its Dining Cars, but all the way through. SeAeral electric-lighted trains East and West every day. Low summer Tourist Fares. Let me help you plan your trip. A. M. CLELAND, General Passenger Agent C ST. PAUL. The Scenic Highway Through the Land of Fortune. MONEY LOANED ON REAL ESTATE. LONG TIME' EASY PAYMENTS RELIABLE REPRESENTATIVES WANTED. The Jackson Loan & Trust Company,...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 10 June 1910

IuralI N w I SOMETHING ABOUT YOURSELFAND NEIGHBOR L.< ,--N -, lD-. ,,l- lm.Im,,-,, ,' I ,< ,., You can get It at (:rners. "For Goodness Sake" eat Hlarlow. ton Bread. F. E. Ray and If. Ilarrinuton of Rvegate were business visitors Mon. day. John Jenkins returned from Butte Sunday, where he has been spending a few days. Hi. W. HIood, foreman of the Huide koper ranch, was inl the city this week attending to business. Mr. and Mrs. 0. M. Geer returned Sunday from New Shawinut, where they were visiting for a few days. Frank Geiser of White Sulphur Springs is in the city visiting hii brother, Fred Geiser, for a few days. Miss Winona Tipton of Ryevate, formerly of Minneapolis, has opened a public stenographic office in the Graves hotel. In addition to its usual line of first class Bakery Goods. the Ilarlowtonl Bakery can now supply the various kinds of Salads and Cold Meats. Mort Lewellin went to Minden Sat urday and returned Sunday with a line string of thirty trout, some weighing be...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 17 June 1910

L BTThe Harlowton News E The Continuation of The Musselshell News VoL. 4. IHARLOWTON, MEAGIIER COUNTY, 1()!NTANA, FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1910 No. 51 28,550 SETTLERS Brought by the Milwaukee--5,710 Fam ilies of Immigrants to Take Montana Lands Since 1st of Year. "TINY" VAUGHN. New York Yankees' Tall and Sterling Pitcher. COMMISSIONERS AT HARLOWTON Robert Zentner, Chairman and Sam Sterrett, Commissioner Visit Harlowton. Two members of the Board of Coun ty Commissioners, Robert Zentner, chairman, from White Sulphur Springs and Sam Sterrett from Mar tinsdale, were in Harlowton this week. After looking over the road condi tions in the vicinity of lIarlowton, Mr. Zentner said that the commission ers would have them built up. There is considerable money in the road fund so there is nothing to hinder them from going ahead with the work. In speaking of the roads Mr. Zentner said that the commissioners have no strings on the supervisors and that any man who does not do his work will be asked to res...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 17 June 1910

The Harlowton Livery Stable Geo. P. Barnard, Prop. Livery and Sale Stable First-class Rigs and Careful Drivers. Special Atten tion Given to Land Seekers Hack Service all Hours of the Night First-class Accomodation for Stabling and Boarding Horses. Phone No. 12 Harlowton,Mont. Visit Portland and the Pacific Coast via The Through the Scenic Highway Land of Fortune For the Annual Rose Festival Portland, June 6.11, 1910 Visit Portlanid, Tacoma. Seattle, Spokane, Vancouver, Victoria and the many other )Pacific ,Northwest points. Enijoy a t rip of education and pleas tire oni o (If ithe several through electric-liglited trains of le Northern P'acilic. I rawting room. Sleepint g ('ars, leather upholstered Tourist Sleeping (ars and (' lifortatle (' oaces. inrling (.ars a a I carte for all meals-cuisine failmusly goel. Write to A. M. C('LELAN1), General Passenger Agent. ST. PAI'L, for dainty illustrated ebook about the Io.se Fcestiv\al, tree. For information, call (il Yellowstone National Pa...

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. — 17 June 1910

While the other fellow prepares 'to load his fountain pen with a bothersome dropper, the Conklin helps itself to ink at the nearest ink-well and goes writing merrily on. A pressure of thumb on Crescent-Filler is all that's required to fill CONKLIN'S SelftFilling Fountain Pen During its ten years' successful record the Conklin has saved years of valuable time to aes n me se fountain pen users all over the world-not for- * 1e getting the tremendous satisfaction its splendid writing qualities have given. Can't leak or sweat in the pocket. No muss when filling. scald d M ash No to take apart. No screw joints to stick. s usr mels Lewillin Drug Company ... Itarlowton, Montana: W. S. SMITH THE Lewistown Furniture Dealer, handles a High Grade Piano at a moderate price. His line consists of the Baldwin, Hamilton, Elllngton, Valley Geg, S. W. Miller and Chickering Bros. as well as player pianos. SEWING Machines at one half the prices that agents charge for them. All kinds of Sewing Machine Re...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 17 June 1910

-*4i---. .i. 4 i n.--4Im 4m--º--I ·-ý- I I ,"... ... . ·IIIHlc~~ l I I_._ __~ I~YIIW IoICra I NewI SOMETHING ABOUT YOURSELF AND NEIGHBOR Specify "llarlowton rcead." See ('urtis before you Iuy that: pIu m p. A line line of Stock I'ins arid lab1 Iins at Ilobertson's .Jewelry Store. ()rder our Sunlay SI rawherry Short ('ake fromn t he IIarlowtlon llakery. IIar]lowton Iread is haked at llar loncton. Your dealer calln supplly you. larshliall is showintg a large assort Ineiit of rooml-sized luigs inl choic.et Woeayes. .;inmer (Oxfords for Ladies, Men nd Ch'lildlretl. N.,.Vw ti iu lle,. just re ceivcid at Mlarshall's. A completeI line ofI Ladi s' anid Geht 's hlli~, at Ill.uert.oin's .Ioweletry Store. William Iiloomner left Mlonidayv for :t %\i eks va'at iii. ll e i\ill stlnIid Ilul'eh of his iime ii (ieat al ls. ('all op the I larilo iitn IlHakery for St rall.'rries and let' (t rai. We iiake our (own l e 'rte.tm. In addition to its usuail line of lir.I class Biakery t oodl-, the IlarloIl ...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 24 June 1910

ŽREALBOOSTER The Harlowton News Ay tWI The Continuation or The Musselshell News VoL. 4. HIARLOWTON, MEAGHER COUNTY, MONTANA. FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 1910 No. 52 A. A. ANDERSON. Prominent In Art Ciroles In the United States. \! I CHURCH SUPPLY READING ROOMS Young Men Have Been Provided With Apartments In Parlors of Presbyterian Church. A young men's reading room has been established in the parlor of the Presbyterian Church by the pastor, Rev. C. B. Ludwig. Besides interest ing and instructive books, the com mittee has sutscribed for the leading periodicals. Arrangements are being made for a circulating library. The young men are invited to make use of the rooms. Mr. Ludwig is much interested in the work and says that the result is all that can be expected. The yonng men are showing their appreciation by taking advantage of the rooms. A gymnasium will be opened as soon as a suitable place can be found. EXPERT FANCY SHOOTING At Harlowton July 1st, by Captain A. H. Hardy, Famous Marksman and R...

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. — 24 June 1910

NEWS OF THE STATE Items gathered from our contemporaries The Miles City Builders Exchange has been formed . ianchers in the Milk river valley cutting hay last week. The third annual horse show of Gallatin County was a great success. The Great Falls Electric Supply company has filed articles of incorpor at ion. Ilaiuilton has decided to celebrate the Forth without fireworks in the evening. Prospects for duck hunting in Mon tana this year are said to be better I tin usual. tOn June 24 the state meeting of the St. bohn t lie Baptist Society will be held in Butte. MiI**uuisr I1o1hinl Sale FOR CASH Mens' Suits Greatly Reduced In order to reduce our stock and make it quick we propose to give you a dollar and thirty cents worth of clothing for each dollar you spend. David Adler & Sons' Clothing is the Very Best Made - the Tailoring and Finishings are of the BEST that modern skill can produce. Reduce Your Expense k~i Buying Right Lot One Lot Two In thi.s lot, there is fine business Cons...

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. — 24 June 1910

FOR SALE 4o Acres-Homestead Relinquishment, Bottom L and, Price . . .................................. ...........................$25 o.00 50,000 Acres---In tracts to suit purchaser. Write me, stating just what you require, and I will furnish you description of land with prices, terms, etc. 16o Acres---Situated in the Musselshell Valley on the C. M. & P. S.- R. R., for Sale on easy terms. Price, per acre .. ............$40.oo 8oo Acres---A fine stock ranch in the Smith River Valley Country. Good hay and grass producing proposition. Price, per acre, cash ....._$12.00 Business Lots for sale in Harlowton, Mont., at $700 to $2,000 each. Residence Lots at 50 to $300. 32o Acres-In the Musselshell Valley, on Railroad, and largely bottom land. No improvements. A good number to inspect. Terms, twenty per cent cash, with five annual payments on bal. Price, per acre ..............................$45.00 280 Acres---Close to town. Adapted to Dry Land Farming and suitable for Dairy business. ...

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. — 24 June 1910

s eount Maidstone and Margaretta Drexel at Races In England Photo by American Press Association. The marriage of Viscount Maidstone and Miss Margaretta Drexel is net only to be a social affair in Londoua but it 'will bring a part of the Drexel millions to the assistance of the young Englislanao. Viscount Miiidstont is described as a typical Englishman, and his grealtest bobbies are utlezidiug the ;ae'es and playing golf. This picture shows Viscount Maidstone and Miss .1 )zet. at the races hnxiunsli Watching a horse backed by the Englishwau. GENTLEMEN'S JEWELRY of that simple elegance of de sign that is always so attrac tive to the well-dressed man. Our stock comprises a most n superb line of scarf pins, sleeve links, chains, studs, d collar buttons, etc., ranging b from combinations of dia- S, h - pp. is, pearls and precious *h stones to the simple, plain pin, but all are very substan- . 's tially and durably made from s 14 karat gold. w ini A.F. ROBERTSON S JEWELRY AND WATCH HOUSE ...

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