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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 15 July 1910

A COMPLETE STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND. Wire Orders Promptly Filled. URNER MERCANTILE CO. tHarlowton, Montana ;r r A "SWELLED HEAD" Cae rarely be cured by meditation Yo drug is offered for this malady A Swollen Foot, however, can be greatly relieved by t he 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 $1.00. LEWELLI N'S Pains or Cramps "1 carry Dr. M iles' Anti-Pain Pills with me all the time, and for aches and pains there is nothing equals them. 1 have usul them for rheumatic pains, headache, and pains in side and hack, and in every case they give perfect satisfaction." HENRY COURLEN, Boonton, N. ;. Pain comes from tortured i irves. It may occur in any part of the head or body where there is weakness or pressure uI)on the nerves. Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills Relieve pain, whether it be neu ralgiac, rheumatic, sciatic, head ache, stomache, pleurisy or ova...

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. — 15 July 1910

OUTFITTERS THE PLACE FOR TO MANKIND TRADE The Busy Store The Busy Store In order to reduce our large stock of merchandise we are reducing prices. We are at present over stocked on certain lines and wish to reduce them at least one-half and as our custom has been before we are willing to make big cuts in order to accomplish this end. Our prices are always the lower. Our goods are always the best. We make you money by saving you money. Big M__e ___i____ Shoes Oxfords ClOthing Clothing Corsets and Waists We ',rr the most respectable line No lad, is properly gowned unless fitted of shoes and oxlfrds to be had. One of the choice bar- Big reduction on all with a Hn(derson Corset. Men's Oxfords, Ladie's Ox- gains in Suits. Adler & Men's Suits fords, Children's Ox- Sons' Clothing are se- .ln all wool (asinuer We can tit you. If stim we have one, if K fords, at a Real Re- or &erie suit, made stout we hav ote that wil nake y(u duction. codgonoesRyle, $1we look small. Priced for this s...

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. — 15 July 1910

* RelinShyour Shabbij Furniture 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 essy. You can do it yourself. It costs only a trifle. ACME QAlY VARNO-LAC stains and varnishes at one operation, Imparting to ali 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 surface to be painted, enamet.d stained or varntshed, there's an Acme Quality Kind to ft the purpose MARSHALL'S BUS & TRANSFER HARRY COSGRIFFE, PROP Conveyancing to all Parts of the city BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS Telephone No. 63 Harlowton, Mont. Fr .em....ýmm..  ..mttý.. "e .ýs smmms~t~m " 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...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 15 July 1910

SOMETHING ABOUT YOURSELFAND NEIGHBOR See Curtis before you buy that pump. John Berg of Lennep spent Sunday in this city. Ladies' Veil Pins at Robertson's Jewelery Store. Call up the Harlowton Bakery they can deliver it. Reduce your living expenses by trading at Marshall's. A fine line of Stock Pins and Baby Pins at Robertson's Jewelry Store. Fred Johnson of Nihill was a busi ness visitor in Harlowton Wednesday. From this date you will notice num merous changes in prices at Marshalls. When you order your groceries, ask for llarlowton Bread. Your dealer has it. James Duffy and daughter drove to llarlowton Tuesday from their ranch souti. of town. If you need music for your dance, three or more pieces, see W. A. Shel don, Harlowton. M. N. Stevens drove in from his ranch at Winnecook this week to transact business. Guy Davis and F. II. Cavill of New Shawmut were in iHarlowton Thurs day of this week. Summer Oxfords for Ladies, Men and Children. Nuw numbers just re ceived at Marshall's. Mo...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 22 July 1910

SHarlew t on N ews E WIR The Continuation of The Musselshell News VOL. . lARLOWTON. 'MEAGHER COUNi'Y, ,MONTANA, FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1910 No. 4-- --- C I :- .-·1 -r -' ....... o, . IN PREPARING EXIBITS The Following Instructions Should be Followed as Nearly as Possible to Insure Best Showing. FAMOUS PUBLISHER. t. J. Ridgway of £very dy'ºs Is ntering Politics. SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Olr aihd hr Irlewton thtrWeek. Eleven Pieces Secured. First Practice Held Wednesday. The musicians of Harlowton and vicinity organized a symphony orches tra this week. So far eleven musi clans have been secured and othelrs have expressed their desire to join. The first practice was held in the opera house last Wednesday evening and the result was very gratifying. Last winter Harlowton had one of the finest orchestras in this section of the state, but this spring when the engagements were few some of the musicians left and only a small or chestra remained. A. J. Dreyer who has been the lead ing spirit in the music...

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 July 1910

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 It. customers with such loans as the3 may require. -We give special care to the business mein's accounts, regardless of their size. State Bank Of Martinsdale. Sinking Spells Every Few Days "At the time I began taking Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy I was having sinking spells every few days. My hands and feet would get cold; I could scarcely breathe, and could feel myself gradually sinking away until I would be unconscious. Those about me could not tell there was life in me. After these spells I would be very weak and servous, sleepless and without appetite; had neuralgia in my head and heart. After taking the remedy a short time all this disappeared and in a few weeks all the heart trouble was g...

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. — 22 July 1910

OUTFITTERS FOR THE PLACE MANKIND TO ____ TRADE The Busy Store The Busy Store l Sl I I I .... Il l In order to reduce our large stock of merchandise we are reducing prices. We are at present over stocked on certain lines and wish to reduce them at least one-half and as our custom has been before we are willing to make big cuts in order to accomplish this end. Our prices are always the lower. Our goods are always the beet. We make you money by saving you money. Big Money Saving s Shoes rid Oxfords C thing Cn Corsets and Waists W We carry the most respectable line No lady is properly gowned unless lit teld of shoes and oxfords to le hlad. One of the choice bar- Big reduction on all with a .,.,ers. ,o (,ret. . Men's Oxfords, Ladie's Ox- gains in Suits. Adler& Men's Suits fords, Children's Ox- Sons' Clothing are se- .' .4i all wool Casiner We can tit you. If sir we have one, if fords, at a Real Re- cond to none or Serde suit, made stou we have ,,e that " ,ak, you duction. i' ood styl...

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. — 22 July 1910

IF 1 I , -Compare our prices with what you are paying elsewhere. We can save you from 25 to 50 per cent on every purchase. All our former price lists still hold good. Terms of this sale ABSOLUTELY CASH. GROCERIES GROCERIES GROCERIES California Fruits White Cherries, per dcz. - 350 Richelieu Berries these tremendous Bargains in Canned Comp. Neatsfact, per gal 6c 7 cans for 25c Fruit. Do you consider it good judge- Mabi Oil, Glucus, per gal - 75c Do yon want the Highest Grade Cali- Red es, per ca ment to pay twenty-five cents per can ne t S rdn , ur ie fornia Fruit ever sold in Harlowtonichelieu Red Rasperries, per can elsewhere when we offeryou three cans price We have 75 cases of this excellent " Presered Strawberries, per for fifty cents. 7 cans for 2c. fruit which we have put within reach can, 25c. 3 Cans Lemon Cling Peaches for 50Defencer, 4 bars - - 25 of all. If you want to know about " Red pitted Cherries, per can 3 Cans Yellow Free Peaches for 5oc Oral Fairy, 7 bars - RICHELI...

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. — 22 July 1910

Baking Powders Mustard Sardines Hardware At Cost per can lOc. Hrwr Hunt's 212lb. cans, reg- 5C ular price 75c, our price 50c. Large size American sardines, Hunt's 5 lb. cans, regxlar 90 packed in mustard dressing, reg u price $1.35, our p Automatic Revolver, Savag e Star price .0c, our price 1O0. Hardware Bargains re race'r evage' Carpenters' Carpenters and K. C. baking powder 80 oz cans, regulrpicarc adw re8 price $16, our price.rp ntr regular price 80c, our 60c. We quote only a few prices on Hard- $13.50 Builders Attention price ......................................................... ware. Being unable to cover the many 5utomati Revolver, Colts, re- s Inside or ular price $14, our price $11.50. Miscellaneous small articles. But the entire stock is 32-20Colts police, refular price Set .Mortise Lock, wrought steel, T going at cost, on many small items we 316, our price . set Jennings Pattern Auger Bits, two escutcheons, antique copper, gonT16euapie$1.s szsin hard wood core, per se...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 22 July 1910

THE ROMANCE OF THE $25,000,000 BOY AND $30,000,000 GIRL WEALTHY FAMILIES IN ALLIANCE Love. ffair of Anthony J. Drexel, Jr., and Marjorie Gould That Is In Pleasing Con-~: trast with Most of the Matches Made by the Daughters of American Multimillionaires EW.« YOK.-Thl'ere has not lctii anl o . igtg" n oc ent in thie Imulti n:ill:ion ire circle in n aty :ea:rs that ha; bron ,,t forth so many ex rt.sions of pilea:. ult e or gu.od will as that of lMerj,'rie Could and "Tony" i.' r xl . It is a real, st r iglihtfor ward Atnin ii:;; lore mitatch. There is no snollli hnll 'i;s to it, 11o internatiot l s o c i a 1l clip i,mng, no barter and saie. In Philadelphia yotunt I)rexcl is known as the $25,000,000 boy, and when the engagement. was nIt-iotllcr'ed some one who prelt.nds to bitt really doesn't know the extentl of th.e eorgel Gould fortune declared that Marjorie Could was a $:0,o000,000 girl. Th'ile esti mate in regard to young I)reoxl prob ably is too low, and in respect to n.ti.; Gould p...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 22 July 1910

Redinish your Shabbq Furniture THAT 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 easy. You can do it yourself. It costs only a trifle. ACME QIUACIY 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 surface to be painted, enameled, stained or varnished, there's an Acme Quality Kind to fit the purpose MARSHALL'S BUS & TRANSFER HARRY COSGRIFFE, PROP Conveyancing to all Parts of the cityI BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS Telephone No. 63 Harlowton, Mont. W. S. SMITH TIIE Lewvistownr F'urnliture Dealer. handles a ]iis line ('()consists of t e Baldwin, Hamilton, Ellington, Valley Geg, a. W. Miller aL nd Chickering Bros. as .,ell as play'er pianos. SEWING(: Machines at one half the prices tihat agents charge for th...

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. — 22 July 1910

The Harlowton News A. ii. EISELEIN. Editor and Publisher. TERMS OF' StI'ISC'I.It'TION. (Onte Year................... siuhseriitit toi I'aiiable ii AdlVance. AD1'1W'I IS NO N A'i'*I. I 'UItNISIII'. (.iN APPLI('A' ION PUBLISHED EV ER·ELY FRIDAY.~' !114i. at thii ie'stu1-ti'e at ItLarowoni. MontaIa. tttdtj Ithe lit of' (e1tM4ng', of' Iiuol ad. ". ''iiis'ri'lhrt., who tall to ivrive thilt ouaetwis. will hI'as',tt' I fy thIs olli0e. Ivive formerc·1 addre·~ss. as wecll as rm·\ one.· ~~~-~~-~- ----------- NOTICE ttuttsi l i fo I t ha gItI lo I tt i tt he hi GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY EXCURSION The Big Judith Basin Farmers' Picnic Friday, July 29, 1910. E\ery Montana faruller arnd citizen shoiiuld gee anld ulnilders1tald thile p)OS sihilities of farlinL r witllhout irrlga tion on lands wit h light rainfall. At Ilhobson in tlhe .ludith la..sin is one ot the omost. wonderful examples of tlhe t riunph of agriculIu ral science over conditions until recently deemed in siurmounttable. Crops in infini...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 29 July 1910

M The Har o ton News P The ConIinuaatio The Musselabell News VoL. L HARLOWTON. MEAGHER COUNTY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, JULY 29, 1910 Yo, j COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS Regular Meeting Held Last Thursday Evening - Tax Levy of Five Mills Recommended. RESTAURANT IS ABANDONED The New Proprietor of the Home Restaurant Skipped out last Saturday. Gooding and Vetiter, the new pro prietors of the Home Restaurant, skipped out last Saturday owing many bills. Their whereabouts are not known. A warrant has been issued for their arrest on the charge of ob taining money under false pretences. About three weeks ago Gooding and Vetter opened up the Home Restaur ant and apparently did a good busi ness. They paid their bills promptly at first and managed to gain the con fidence of some of the merchants. They evidently could not stand pros perity. Before leaving they managed to run up good sized grocery and meat bills. F. J. Marks from whom they rented the restaurant is out the rent and a small loan. Some of the em pl...

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. — 29 July 1910

You've Simply got to Listen to our invitation to see our display ____ f of high class wash boilers if you have any regard for your own in terest. Don't say that our reput ation for selling at very low prices a"ý means that the quality of our boiler is low as well. Do us and yourself the justice of coming and judging for yourself. ST1Y NS 8 DR5YR NARARE (0. Only Exclusive Store. We Say Nothing But Saw Wood when a man says he can get along with any old sort of loils. We know that man is either a very skillful eorkman or a very poor one. But even the best mechanic can do a better job with such tools as we sell. They are made for that purpose. Stop in and see if we haven't something you want. . URNER'S Well Drilling 'Machinery Yon can make big money making walls. This is one of the few lines of work that are not over crowded. The demand for wells is far greater than can be supplied by the machines now at work. Well Drillers command their own prices, We build the cele brated EowXLL line ...

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. — 29 July 1910

Refnishyour Shabbj Furniture THAT 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 easy. You can do it yourself. It costs only a trifle. ACME Q(IAIfY 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 surface to be palmed, enameled, stained or tarnished, there's an Acme Quality Kind to fit the purpose 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 ewistown Furniture Dealer. handles a High Grade Pliano at a moderate price. His line consists of the Baldwin, Hamilton,. Ellington, Valley Geg, S. W. Miller and Chiciering Bros. as well as player pianos. SEWING Machines at one half the prices that ag...

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. — 29 July 1910

The HarlIwton News A. H1. EISELEIN. Editor and Publisher. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Year........................ 50 Subscription Payable in Advance. ADVERIIS:NG RATES FURNISHEC ON APPLICATION PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Entered as second-class matter August 2d. llhii. at the lostotfice at it arluwtuot. .iluttatta. under the act of congress of M arch ad. 15711. Subscrihers who fall to receive their papers. a I please tllUtl.V tiltls ofice. u tie,,rabe desrintg iaddress changed. please dive former address. as well as new one. NOTICE Copy for change of advertising must be in 61u ofic by Tuesday evening to leceive the . opier attetitton L ,WILBUR D. NESBIT. The Poet omdtkheka, Ile lifted up* the pipes of Pan And blew on them as poets can-. lie played the in cantation stre'n That never yet has been in vain, The lilting, love ly, luring note Such as wells from a blue bird's throat, And called the Muse - and - - called, and called, Until she came, cloaked, booted, shawled, And said: "The very...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 5 August 1910

At d j !O1ýtaTA'ý, 1 y aAi, IIr j ?~i ~ V I 4tGUM1':, IM , A IR .., ]./;...]. Yui..-.,. . ,',m r..'. Sk.. .r yl o "' ..; t.,,a .. ,Y. .·~~IO T R COUNTY ': rrli~ 21.1S.18.14.1*1 Reesistly t 4s* esn 1ther irrigated or naoterigated. @4litimoiate t tnterest l gath et@,i tsfor the pttmiemn Now rI the time to be gin gatherlng omplea for t)* fair this September. Zvery big ade t6 `iVa a county im. ..~e soil t. here and the crops a-..being raeead and It is now up to the farmer to collect good specimens for the tact. This will mean much to the ewners of land for it will inc~ g the value of land. Many do neltlAow wha this soil . is raising ant*s lble ol -raising. Tlia ookteld ntainins the prem ium list has not been printed but an advanced premium list giving a few of the premiums inay be foudI on an Other page of this issue. Iddpýs -be- 21, 12;, 23 sad 24, 1910. Those who have either irrigated or non-irrigated crops are requested to bring in samples for the fair this fall. The collection shoul...

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. — 5 August 1910

'. Erb . t + T The Follost DhIrecia. Should be Followed as Noearly as Possible t.o IluA Gsh ` Aeu*. Properly . , dgs,.,irabll heads just as the grain enters the yellow it.i state. Choose well filled heads that you think will a a goifd representatilve showing for tdl* ~ype of grain which you desire to exhibit. Cut the straw. as close to the ground as possible so that you can eaiblt full lengths of straw, or if the grain has been cut, then select the best heads with as long straw as possible. Al..ke up samples of al(b'undles not leis than four (4) inches in diametler. Tie with some soft cloth br narrow ribbon just under the head, at butts, and in center of bundle. Place in dark, dry room to cure and ripen. When time permits careful work, untie the bundle, spread out., moisten straws by sprinkling and carefully strip all adhering leaves from straws. Now, neatly tie up the bundle with ribbon or cloth, tying firmly yet neatly in at least three places in the bundle. See that all heads are...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 5 August 1910

11 1. Circus Museum. erie .I I11 " 1 Menuger, ii1. f I and Gra4 berse Foar The QZly Big Circus OMiag to this section this year Aerial Conclave 2 Rings - 3 Stages Mi.y modemrn monarch of the arenic world imbracing everything extraordinary 0 and exhibiting everything exceptional Three distnlactly diversifled colossally complete shows in one Unequaled in size, quality and honest character The whol owld rte ckel d for its arekn wonders eNisinuo Troupe of Japs 10 Flying Vallentinos - The Riding Mayes STIh Anl.a.. g Cahiils - Jacobys Musical ,stllect wild :ligal , the vtlre world Go, ld ~Rt a Grand Free tat.t Parad, at NOon A sold mle 6f nelnanting and prociolenal amazement - A rivel -atleof weha plefndor - Coptly carved tableaux ears and earilotR - loerous elepl.ants - S~atey camels - Open dens of wil.bast - .Pretty ratne:ol ies beautiful women ] ,'. 1. e Ma iticient crn umrn e GrIa I free i tule~ ' II n * ge slp ared ." a f-te - t l prlde ITw llPeermaces Daily atf 2lld 8l .l Sbun ripati...

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. — 5 August 1910

GERY Onts, Or, Furnish ings _ CLOTHING HATS CAPS and SHOES Call at " The Toggery " The sole of honesty Mr.Farmer,Mr.Workingmann. here's a bargain for you. It's a shoe that will last longer, feel Letter and coat no more t!:an t!:- shoe which you are now wearing. We want the trade of every man, woman and cl.ild in this city and in o. .er to get that trade we realize that we muot givn th- best values And in order to give the best vc.ues, we have mae. a special study of the stock and prices of practically every shoe raruf. cturer. We have comparcd the stock, t.he wcrlanansh'p and the pr :e. and then selected from only tlose manufacturers who make the highest -dgra: godCjs, just t:hat p.rt of their shoes which repre sent the bc.t barg=irs. And we found !:e bcr, bargains for workingmen in Dradlcy & Metcalf Company's RAWIUDOI C."EAT TAN WORK SHOB. Madc wi.h! close fl:ered fudl double soles and fast ened dout!l ctronj (lirst brass nailed and then ocwcd.) An honest sole that wears like i...

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