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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 24 June 1910

"0OH YOU HENRY!" Watt whAt DowatowM, serR7 So Tnt AYR ComasON rM rt w 3C K ý^ T It MAWe coua *Mr I sww Bit Slewonvs _ EN. -.-- H-Y O INE OD!&LL tNII IftýN1 1 MAT Cawýý T\ wwoasl ous OYE& ý.rýý'ýt ON a BoI BUS & TRANSFER HARRY COSGRIFFE, PROP Conveyancing to all Parts of the city BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS Telephone No. 63 Harlowton, Mont. IW.--S. SM ITH THE Lewistown Furniture Dealer. handles a High Grade Piano at a moderate price. His line consists of the Baldwin, Hamilton, Ellington, 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 Repairs and Needles. Headquartes for School Desks. The Minneapolis Desk, The Best. LEWISTOWN, - - MONT. *emmremums e me Tinsmith Plumber Steamfitter CURTIS DOES IT RIGHT _ - ý OUR METHOD OF LAYING TIN ROOFING makes your house absolutely water-proof. Leaks seldom occur when we do the work. Every square of tin laid by our workmen ...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 24 June 1910

Do Not FailBGA C INS L Penwell to Attend the IGAUCTIO SALE LIVE STOCK Company WATCH FOR THE BILLS THURSDAY JUNE 30th OKA mMONTANA SOMETHING ABOUT YOURSELF AND NEIGHBOR ( iirtis lixes Automobiles. Frank (Goss of Lewistown was in I the iity this weck. A fine line of Stock Pins and Baby I'i-. at lobertson's Jewelry Store. I enjaunin Itrnier and family went to White Sulphur Springs last Sunday. (;eorige Camp of the 1American Fork la was in the city on hui.iness this week. A complete line of Ladies' and l Gent's thliags at Rohertsor's Jewelery St ore. Mlarshall is shiowing a large assort iment of roii-sized iIligs in choicest weaves, (). I. Stevens went to Dorsey and I White Sulphur Springs this week on business. id iss Elizabeth Wecer of Twodot. was in liarlowton Tuesday visiting itili friends. If you need music for your dance, thiree or more pieces, see W. A. Shel (litt, IHarluwton. Snmii ner ()xfords for Ladies, Men ( and Children. N.w numbers just re ieiveid at Marshall's. The carpen...

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

1TheHarlwo News (WIRE The Contipuation of The Muesel l' News VOL. 5. HARLOWTON, MEAGHER COUNTY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, JULY 1 , 1910 No. 1 STATE FAIR TO BE GREATEST The Montana State Fair From September 26th to Oct ober 1st at Helena. EXHIBITS FROM MONTANA FARMS Agricultural Montana to be Repre sented Extensively. Low Fares Offered Visitors. The coming state fair, to be held in Helena, September 26 to October 1, promises to be the greatest from many points of view that has ever been held in Montana. One reason for this is the fact that all of the railroads in the state have offered a rate of one fare the round trip from all parts of the state. Cheap rates to visitors, a splendid exhibit of products from all parts of the state, good racing and distinguished guests, together with a flying machine and other attractions will make a combination, that, taken as a whole cannot be surpassed in any section of the country. From present indications Secretary Martin is of the of the opinion that the ...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 1 July 1910

NEWS OF THE STATE Items gathered from our contemporaries Plans have been drawn for the new Catholic church at Chester. C. C. Hall has resigned as chief of tile Deer Lodge forest reserve. The Custer county fair assosiation expects to be rid of debt after this year's fair. Billings expects to be recognized as a city of the first class when thecensus results are known. Teamsters of Anaconda have asked for wages amonnting to a rate of seven dollars a day. Work has begun on the extension of the Bell Telephone company's line to the Flathead reservation. Mid Iu imsr ClothingIIa!.L 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 by Buying Riht Lot One Lot Two In this lot, there is fine business Consists of twenty...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 1 July 1910

4'i PAY DAY What Does It Mean to YOU? No matter what your position may be. whether day laborer or office worker, if you are in that discouraged line of men who get the same pittance week after week without prospect of .nything better it is time you appealed to the International Corre spondence Schools. For 17 years they have been qualifying dissatisfied workers for better positions and hiher salaries. No matter what your circumstances are, they will qualify YOU for a better position, a higher salary, and a safe future. The way is plain, easy, and sure for earnest men. It puts you under no obligation to find out bow we can help you. Simply mark and mall the coupon below. Can you aord to nelect an epportunity for avncement International Correspondence Schools Box 799, Scranton, Pa. * Please send, free, your booklet, "1001 Stories of Sue. c sea.," and explain, without further obligation on my * part. how I can qualify for a larger salary In the position before which I have marked X. Ad...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 1 July 1910

$20,000 stock of Merchandise at Wholesale and Manufacturrs Pric Having decided to enter another line of business we will close out our etire line of GROCERIES and HARDWARE. This immense stock must be moved by August 1st regardless of cost. Avail yourselves of this great opportunity You can well afford to stock up at the prices we now offer you. Laundry Soap and Toilet Soaps California Standard Fruits California Standard Fruits Washing Powders 10 boxes Wild Rose, Lilac Rose and Jap Rose, al$4.00 W ashin Powfr e.hrfr .2Muscat Grapes, per case ......................................... br cans for 50c 150 cases laundry soap including Diamond C, Cry- 150 boxes Kirk's Toilet Soaps, 3 bars to box 25c Sliced lemon Cling Peaches, per case.. $3.50.. stat White, Sunny Monday and Pearl White. The 150 Cases California 3 cans for 50c 25 bars for $1.00 bars for 3.c Standard Fruits Appriots, per case..$3.50 100, 25 lb. boxes, Prunes, per box $1.75 S cases Gold Dust, per package............. 20c Can...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 1 July 1910

es Syrups Sardines Spices S so ~cases, 1gal.Richelieu Pure .Maple, per gal$1.25 $ On E trct 10 cases. 1-2gal.Richelieu pure maple, 1-2gal 75c cases, 1-4 gal. Richelieu in Glass, 1-4 gal. 50c eaPowder The largest Stock, the most complete assortment, 10 cases, 1 gal. Silver Drip, per gal .. 50c 10 cases finest quality Norwegian Sardines packed These include such well known brands as Shillins 60 per cent less than you have been paying for them 10 cases, 1-2 gal. Silver Drip, per 1-2 gal. 30c in purest olive oil, regular price 15c, this entire lot 25lder., Gola er per ou. Stop canning and preserving stale fruit and take 5 cases, 1-2 gal. N. 0. Molasses, per 1-2 gal. 30c per box..0.........,.-.oz. Black Pepper, per oz $5 advantage of this great offer : 5 cases, 3gal. N. 0. Molasses, per 1fal...... 55c 10 cases American Sardines, in pur 30 cases Richelieu Preserves, perjar...2 35c 0,25 lb. jackets Silver Drip, per jacket..... $1.25 price, 3for 25c, during this sale, 4/or . 25c s doz., 2 o...

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

Visit Yellowstone Park. Visit "Wonderland"-the great region of scenic surprises-before you go to Europe. Or, if you've seen the Old World, see this year the world of canyons, cataracts, geysers and hot springs, which lies so close at home, in our own country. Fine hotels, magniticient coach ing trip, incomparable climate-over a mile above the sea. Northern Pacific Ry. ooerates through Pullman Sleeping Cars direct to the Park boundary at Gardiner Gateway, the official entrance, daily during the open sea son; June 15 to September 15, 1910. Park Tour Fares Effective daily June 12 toSeptember 12, return limit October 31, 1910, stopovers both ways. For rate of fare, time of trains and full in for mnation, address C A. M. CLELAND, Genet al Passenger Agt The Scenic Highway ST. PAUL through the Land of Fortune EDWARD M. JENIZEN C. N. FRIDAY, President Vice Pres. & Cashier FRIDAY & JENIZEN BANKERS Your business will be carefully attended to. We pay interest on Time Deposits Write For...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 1 July 1910

Shabbij'frlfturt T comfortable old chair, worn and marred from constant use, the scratched sideboard or dresser, the sewing table, can be made to look new. It's a*y. - You can do It yourself. It costs only a trifle. ACME QUTY VARNO-LAC stains and varnishes at one operation, Imparting to all kinds of worn, scratched surfaces the elegant effects and durable, lustrous surface of beautifully finished oak, walnut, mahogany or other expensive woods. No matter what the amrsbce to beaponted, enameled, setaed or varnished there's an Acme Quaftp Kind to ft the purpose MARSHALL'S BUS & TRANSFER HARRY COSORIFFE, PROP Conveyanoing to all Parts of the city BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS Telephone No. 63 Harlowton, Mont. W. S. SMITH THE Lewistown Furniture Dealer, handles a High Grade Piano at a moderate price. His line consists of the Baldwin, Hamilton, Ellington, 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. ...

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

II. E. MARSHALL, President TJ. T. KEL L Y, Cashier A. C. GRA VES, Vice President F. P. .M4 R RS, Asst. Cashier .Yo. 9f70 THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK of HARLOWTON, MONTANA CAPITAL $50,000 BOAIM OF )HIECTOIlS H. E. Marshall A. C. Graves George Pierie Guy Davis . F. F. Goss C. L. Hash .1. V. Kelly The Board of Directors of the Musselshell Valley National Bank wish to announce to I lie public that t he tit le of t his Bank has been changed to THE FIRST NATIONAL HANK OF IIA1ltLOWTON, MONTANA and respectfully solicits a continuation of your patronage. SO H AU Y N SOMETHING ABOUT VOURSELFAND NEIGHBOR Curtis fixes Automobiles. See Curtis before you buy that pump. Call up the Ilarlowton Bakery they can deliver it. C. W. Shiumaker of Twodot spent Wednesday in Hlarlowton. Father Phalen will have services here on Sunday at 10:30 a. in. C. E. IDullandof 1)elpine was in the city Wednesday of this week. A fine line of Stock Pins and Baby Pins at Robertson's Jewelry Store. Forrest Smart drove in from h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 8 July 1910

6OE h rlwton News 1REQ The Continuuion of Tti Muueldil News VOL.5. 4 HARLOWTON, MEAGHER COUNT MONTANA, FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1910 No. 2 CHARLES L MAGEE. *Soretary of the Na tional Red Crosa Soolety. N. DONAHOE ANSWERS CALL In Hospital at Rochester, Minnesota prominent Meagher County Resident. Word was received in town on Wednesday by Richard Collins, from Mrs. M. Donahoe, informing him of the death of Mr. Donahoe, which oc curred that morning at the Mayo Bros.' hospital at Rochester, Minn. Mr. Donahoe had been a patient at that hospital for the past six weeks and it was only last Saturday night that Mr. Collins, his superintendent. received a letter from him, stating that he expected to leave the hospital in a couple, of weeks, and that he would visit the Springs on his way home. Mr. Dohahoe was one of the .large land owners of Meagher county, his vast possessions being known as the Castle Mountain Live Stock Co. from which place large numbers of cattle were yearly shipped to the eastern ...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 8 July 1910

NEWS OF THE STATE Items gathered from our contemporaries T. J. Walsh of Helena delivered the Fourth of July address in Mis soula. Postoffices have been ordered es tablished at Froid and Woolbridge in Valley county. The "better-farming" special train began its route last week, the first meeting being at Wibeaux. Work of grading the first six miles of the Burlington line from From berg to Scribner has begun. Plans are being made to have a big city tennis tournament in Billings in .uly. The action was started by the Billings Young Men's Christian as sociation. 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 Buying Right Lot One Lot Two ('oialt ohothis lot, there is fine business Consists o/ Ioo l en/ic wost...

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. — 8 July 1910

Tic .v=df _ y "THIS METHOD of making a farce of the courts has got to cease." Judge Pike was angry clear through. And a judge of the Court of Reno, Nev., which makes di vorce so smooth and easy-for the rich-is no thin skin, either. But this was going a little too far-here was Mrs. Henry Spies Kip of New York-beg pardon, of Reno- getting married again af two hours' free Som as Miss Francen. Coster Jones. "The ink is hardly dry on the de eree yet," was the burden of the angry Judge's remarks, when he heard that the bride was now Mrs. Little. But why so fast? If Mrs. Kip had been the only possessor of a Reno divorce to adopt such hasty proceed ings there might have been some cause for anger. But only the other day there were Mrs. Elihu B. Frost and Miss Margaret Illington-Mrs. Daniel Frohman in real life-both pos sessors of Reno divorces, doing the same thing. And what of all the get married-again divorces of recent times? Offended at Judge's Rebuke. Really, Mrs. Kip's friends saw no '...

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

laraiau! U AK AIGýNI Uw Dargain:!ffL $20,000 Stock of" Merchandise at Wholesale and Manufacturers' Prices SEAT CUOIGOTSL Having decided to enter another line of business we will Close Out Our Entire Line of GROCERIES and HARDWARE. This immense stock must be moved by August 1st Regardless of Cost. Avail yourself of this Great Opportunity - You can well afford to stock up at the prices we now offer: READ-Compare the following prices with what you are paying elsewhere-READ

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

Richelieu Berries Tin and Galvanized Pork and Beans Teas Sardines, Salmon and Just a word about RICHELIEU. Ware Bargains No. 1 Richelieu, per can . oc 250 lbs. Richelieu Uncolored CANNED MEATS BICHELIE U signifies t h e highest gal Tin Oil Cans, each .. 20C No. 2 Richelieu, per can ... ... 5c Japan, per lb.......... C 10 the most perfect acb uliyof fruit, te meost perfec ar gal. Galvanized Oil Cans, each 75c 20lsBul b 3nowerCpr 0waesea Fainest Qpality iNo in canning. RICHELIEU berries 5 5gl.gal Galvanized Automatic lb.................. have been cut and then compared with Cans, each ...................$ 1.25 Hrominy 2o0 lbs. 1-2 and .pkgs. purest ve ilprice iso 1 c Uncolored Japno e b 5 hs nieltprbx all other so-called high-grade brands No. 18, Galvanized Coal Hods, ea. Soc 15 cases Monsoon Hominy, per case 2.50 100 lbs. Schitlings Best Teas 10cases American Sardines, sold in Harlowton, and their superior- Copper Bottom Wash Boilers, ea. 1.25 per lb ..' 45c t u eaid oe have it hruhy...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 8 July 1910

A "SWELLED HEAD" Can rarely be cured by meditation Nodrug is offered for this malady A Swollen Foot, however, can be greatly relieved by the use of Webster's White liniment. This is a stimulating preparation for external application. It is useful in sprains and bruises of all kinds. Every family should have a supply. Price 81.00. LEWELLIN'S STOCK BRANDS OF Jos. Labrie POSTOFFICE ADDRESS HARLOWTON, - - MONTANA. L D. GLENN ATTOREY-AT-LAW & NOTARY PUBLIC Will practice in all state and fed eral courts. Conveyanci:g and col lections. Office in Musselshell Val ley National Bank block on Cen tral Ave. Harlowton, - - - Montana. EDWARD M. JENIZEN C. N. FRIDAY, Piesident Vice Pres. & Cashier FRIDAY & JENIZEN BANKER S 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 EN DLY Ea1ILL.ITCFUH-EUE CA 'r AME Q®0 COPYRIGHT,1,09, BY INURNMATIONA...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 8 July 1910

i 7ji Rcils our Shabbq Furmiture rF!9IAT comtfortable old chair, worn and marred from constant ast, the scratched sideboard or dresser, the sewing table, can be made to look new. It's eya. You can do it yourself. It costs only a trifle. %IJE QUALITY VARNO-LAC stains sad varnishes at one operation, Imparting to aln klands of worn, scratched surfaces the elegant effects and durable, lustrous surface of beautifully finished oak, walnut, mahogany or other expensive woods. No matter what the srAbce to be painted, enameled, stahned or warms hed, there', an Acme Quaallt Kind to fit the perwose MARSHALL'S BUS & TRANSFER HARRY COSGRIFFE, PROP Conveyancing to all Parts of the city BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS telephone No. 63 Harlowton, Mont. W. S. SMITH THE Lewistown Furniture Dealer. handles a High Grade Piano at a moderate price. His line consists of the Baldwin, Hamilton Ellington, Valley Geg, S. W. Miller and Chickering Bros. as well as player pianos. SEWING Machines at one half the prices t...

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

Just Tell Us How Much to cut off and we will come pretty near getting exactly the quantity you want. You don't have to worry about the quality of our meats. We take so much pains in selecting them that you can be assured they are the choicest to be el had. And a trial will prove it. A. C. Graves Meat Market Harlowton, Montana. Preserves Call for Beach Nut Jams, Preserves, Marmalades, Peanut Butter. Catsup and Vinegar just received MARSHALL'S H. E. MARSHALL, President J. 1. KELL , Cashier A. C. GRA J FES, Fice President F. P. MARRS, Asst. Cashier JV'o. 9270 THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK of HARLOWTON, MONTANA CAPITAL $50,000 BOARD OF DIRECTORS H. E. Marshall A. C. Graves George Pierie Guy Davis F. F. Goss C. L. Hash J. V. Kelly The Board of Directors of the Musselshell Valley National Bank wish to announce to the public that the title of this Bank has been changed to THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF HARLOWTON, MONTANA and respectfully solicits a continuation of your patronagei EE US before buying...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 15 July 1910

AL- The Harlowton News LwIfE The Cenunat eVdc The Musselshell News Voz.. 5. HARLOWTON. MEAGHER OWfTY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, JULY 15, 1910 No. 3 GALA TIME FOR HARLO f'arnival Week and Farmers' Institute TOURING AMERICA. Gaekwar of Baroda In spects a Modern Country. PROMINENT JAP IS DEAD Joe Naruse a dap in Charge of Gang of Japanese at This Point Died Sunday.' Joe Naruse one of the best known of the Japaneese in this section of the state died Si nday at Lewistown. Funeral services were held from the M. E. church in this city Tuesday. Interment was made in the cemetery north of town. He was born in Japan 37 years ago but had been in this country for a number of years. Joe had been suffering from stomach trouble for some time but was able to continue his work until a few days before his death. lie went t.o the hospital at Lewistown but his con dition was so bad that the doctors could do nothing for him. Joe spoke good english and did considerable business with the firms of this city. He was...

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

TOGGERY For N "ý Gents' . . Furnish ings CLOTHING I * HATS CAPS and " SHOES Call at " The Toggery " Call at the "SUIT SHOP" Complete line of Ladies' and Gents' Fine Clothes to Measure. NIGHT SERVICE. Your Suit cleaned and pressed While you Sleep. We Give You "Fits" N. M. WIGNER, Prop. 6Graves Hotel Harlowton, Montana Up-to-date. The finest in the 0 State of its size. Fifty rooms. A P. S. OLSON, Proprietor The sole of honesty Mr. Farmer Mr.Workingman. here's a bargain for you. It's a shoe that will last longer, feel better and coat no more than the shoe which you are now wearing. We want the trade of every man. woman and cLild in this city and in o.4er to get that trade we realise that we must give the beat values And in order to give the best values, we have made a special study of the stock and prices of practically every shoe manufacturer. We have compared the stock. the workmanship and the pries, and then selected from only those manufacturers who make the highest grade goods, ju...

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