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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 5 August 1910

r T cofortable old cbar, worn and marred from constant uee, the scratched sideboard or dresser, the sewing table, can be made to look new. Ite easy. You can do It yourlf. It costs only a trie. VARNO1LAC ,IMleae rO. be at one operation, lap al to lit kinds of worn, eratched surfaces the elegant effects and durable, lustrous surface of beatifully finished oak, walnut, mahogany or other expensive woods. SNo m.asO what ms arece to be .llntd, aeneanet4 Mafied or wsiam e. Morea ma Acme QOursb' Ked to It the eupos.e MARSHALL'S BUS & TRANSFER HARRY COSGRIFFE, PROP Conveyanoing to all Parts of the oity BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS Telephone No. 63 Harlowton, Mopt. W. S. SM IT.H. THE Lewistown Furniture Dealer, handles a High Grade Piano at a moderate price. His line consists of the Baldwin, Hamilton, Ellington, ValleyGeg, S. W. Miller and Chickering Bros. as well as player pianos. SEWING Machines at one half the prices that agerits charge for them. All kinds of Sewing Machine Repairs and Needles...

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. — 5 August 1910

Kee .ou moe athdmoe Sour SPECIAL PRICES now and make your ctionsei r s ý ompLe ou:* t r . lete f. y our great FRUIT and FLOUR OFFERS? - can buy fruit and flour c ' from us tihan tiM chant can buy them today - Three. great fl : Gold Medal . Snow " Rex See or great speci next Week's News.. Harlowto Gro cer o. ;' ··. ':.c . soTINIG AOU--- YOU.... AN---D I--G- I ISHIiraT N EawO SOMETHING ABOUT YOURSELF AND NEIGH.OR Boston Store for notions. Curtis fixes Automobiles. Try Boston Store Ice cream. See Curtis before you buy that. pump. Ladies' patent leather belts at the Boston Store. Mrs. G. McFarland of Twolot was in town Wednesday. Let, Marshall be your financier, his goods will save you money. Mrs. J. Sargent from Twodot was a Slarlowton visitor W-dnes:lay. From this date you will not ice num merous changes in prices at Marshalls. Clara Wellington fr.,m Winnecook was in our city Tuesi;ay and Wednes (lay. Paper back novels by best authors only ten cents each at the Bo.ston Store. When you...

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. — 12 August 1910

fUfl, r it ý P Ilt 1 ý r J F r' ?h _ý} yýýý a ý a 1'YMb t ors r ^ ý + 4ý"Ywrr" , . ,ý, .. a.w , 9xý»w,ý. ?,r Y ý ý t Id 1 r - ý*ý, kAl Ipýi`6 Iý qý 1 t a fj, w -T4 7. hW ýý, F 4ýY HW' jNv pr YOli, " lw 4164UiT 12, 1910 Yy imp f 1 .. .7 ,tea.. .r.. , Au., 2*1 Iptkt ef98 NF. 9 h Wek. Dr. C. N. Elilitt. of Chicago who has been in the oity for the past week bought the Bpuchtard r ah of .1968 aes at WIan aere. Friday as Jeni *4a had an option Oe the land and sold The tiet throuth -John Garrett of the Mont inMilwauke Lando0m. pn iofh MItd Toe and S1 Meet quality and most of +i lie -irrigated as a good water right gos with it. The tricl is to be surveyed at once and split:i ikslta :traets and sold to the eastern farmer. Land values are asvanci r tidly it this section and those 4i hg lied at good igures should not lose anytime in buying. At an exampple Ui4t trect was offered for sale 4 KeW months ago for less than $20. GREAT SALE OF TOWN LOTS At Punad City will mlla Next P lday--Fia. Tfipu ...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 12 August 1910

c y ' The Felsuebiqg Lahres Sheold be Fetsseseas Nedu -s Peale o limes. Gaeus SAoek Pu perlw S Meet desirable heads Just as the grain enters the yetfow ripe state. Choose well filled heads that you think will rsake a good representative showlng for h$ type of grain which you desire to exhibit. Out the stra a selose to the ground as possible so that you can exhibit fall lengthsad straw, or if the grain hs been cut, then select the best heads with as lsng straw as possible. Mdae up samples of all hbadles net less thau four (f) iwehes is diameter. Tie with some soft cloth or narrow ribbon just under the head, at butts, and in center of bundle. Place in dark, dry room to cure and ripen. When time permit. careful work, untie the bundle, spread out, moisten straes by sprinkling and carefully strip all adhering leayes 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 evenly placed making o...

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. — 12 August 1910

A. II. E iCIK Ua.r mi ?ubithlv. LSRi Ot SCBK;ai1P'TI1OJ one Year ...............r....:.... 11 e. Subscription ?ayable hiAdvaaee. ADVa r2I* samas Pu3aN5ast O) stiaselv shaltgr.sw 5no8 abwhg~meanged. please1 clve fomr ussw. a. new one. OP"INC Cong fewo&*seufverstatormuat betin I Suts ofibce eve 1 . csiniag toi eosive e proper atraztion S Sgentle reminder, don't forget i that the county fair is close at hand. 3 -. Crippin will have some tall es plaining to do if he expectstomake a cool headed jury believe he is innocent, should the jury demand to see his wife alive and well. f HE Anaconda Standard says that WLthel Leneve does not bear a close resemblance to Caesar's wife in all particuiars, but neither is she strong ly suggestive of the wife of Macbeth. ,(THE 1¶Ieagher County Republican says that the county wants a new court house. We are not well enough informed to know whether this is right, brit we know one thing-it needs it bad enough. # tLL is quiet along the banks of the Smit...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 12 August 1910

'TOGGERY 45.~ For Gents' Furnish ings CLOTHING HATS CAPS and * SHOES Call at "The Toggery" The sole of honesty Mr.FarmerMr.Workingman.here'e 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.a'er to get that trade we realize t at we must give, the best values. And in order to give the best values, we h ý sspecial study of the stock and prices of practically every shoe mane We have compared the stock, t1 asookeanship and the prises. and then selected from only those manufacturers who make the highest grade goods, just that part of their shoes which repre sent the best bargains. And we found the bese bargains for workingmen in Bradley &1 Metcalf Company's RAW IDE GREAT TAN WORK SHIOL Made with close fibered full double soles and fast ened doubly strong (first brass sailed and then sewed.) An honest sole that wears like iron. The crimped u...

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. — 12 August 1910

bý a coAoar .' a o, - bnveyaaolog to all Parts of the oity BUS METS ALL TRAINS Telephuee No. 63 Harlowtonu Motf. 1W. S. SMITH THE Lewistown Uurniture Dealer, handles a Tigh Grade Piano at a moderate price. His line onitoft d M>ler Ch eroe. as well as player pianos. $EWING Macbines at one half the prices that agents csharge for therm. Mll kinds of Sewing Machine Repairs and Needles. Ieadquartee for School Desks. Thei Minneaptlis Desk, The 3at. LEWISTOWN, - - MONT. Tisumith Plamber Steamftter CURTIS DOES IT RIGHT 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 is carefully soldered and tested before the next is Joined. See us if you want the best roofing for the least money. Harlowton, Mont. You Never Saw Us Saw a whole lot more meat than a customer wants just to makesales. We don't have to. We make sales I ae steady customers too by giving p ople Juh eqetly wbaO tley want of ...

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. — 12 August 1910

' s T uIN ASOUT. VOURSELP'ANO NLJGI4SOR ` It'dbe for poioons. Cuitleal es Automobiles. Boston Stote Ice cream. OCrtis before you Luy that pump. Reduce your living expenses by trading at Marshall's. A shipment of fresh fancy candies just received at the Boston Store, O. B. Anderson of Twodot was a business visitor in this city Monday. Al Cooper of Judith Gay was in Jlarlowton Saturday transacting busl hess. Marshall is showing a large assort ment of room-sized Rugs in choicest weaves. O. J. Stevens made a business trip by automobile in the country last * Tuesday. A nice assortment of new up-to-date postal cards just received at the Bos ton Store. The Boston Store (formerly Porter place), keeps a tine line of freshcandles and nuts. FOR SALE - Gentle horse, good duiver, good family horse. Apply to T. E. Kirby. E. L. Rousseau of Roundup was in the city Monday visiting the editor of the News. P. M. Price of New Shawmut was in Harlowton Tuesday looking after his interests here. Doctor Tic...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 19 August 1910

A~ l .1ý I +'ki MONTAN.A," F'DA , tUS 19,4190 :p w lIni St t Afit It Oina 1. .* $t28. Tb, 1 r1 5eeIU5ýIQI of Wail wth t~it In the s d'gie, was held In Judge mu s eoee s*.tw4 Attor'. ns., , ~fpof Le whetown ap. per~ *~he efs1~it whileo Dpta ty Ounty t, an spp.r* ad for te 5stets. The rge of second degree astault was withdrawal and santalt Ia the third degree pre ferred to which Hale plead guilty and was £4e4.1. The evidence showed that Hale vie ited the home of George Nutt south of the'Mtsselahell bridge a5S,,Augu t 12th. A quarrel arose over a saddie that Hale had. There were no per. sons present at the time of the tight. Mrs. Peterson, who is Nutt's house keeper, and her two children left the house as soon as the men began to quarrel. Nutt was badely bruised and ct ubo:th Rhead sad face, while HalM hd ctwo ;nite wounds 4n the right ehouldgr, and htalsEtf de was ripped open by a Jack knife leaving an ugly wound which had to be sewed up. When the men were separated by Chris Siegler, ...

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. — 19 August 1910

j'` $ý* 8 f l F ".. ' t ý n' L. P . M W $ 5 , 4 4 of. IA LOWTON,, AlNTAf ~AtL= BQARI) OF DIRECTORS 8 E.Marshall A. C. raves George Pierlo Guy D '.F. lose C. L.Nsa V. Kelly 11 ' ROAD DRAG CONSTRICTION Nost Effective lmplenest ia Use For Repairing Common Reads. THE SPIUT LOG DRAG Press Balletim of the d smaks State Experiental Statish Discusses Good Roads. In general, Nebraska has a soil which is especially well, adapted for good earth roads, and with prover care the earth road will be more sat is factory than any other type of road construction for many years. The split-log drag, or, as it is com monly called, the King drag, is with out doubt the best implement for keeping roads in shape, and in many instances isas efficient as any other implement in the construction of earth roads. The King drag can be construeted of either a split log or a plank, but in this state the plank is much easier to obtain than the log, hence this brief description to the construction from planks. Select a...

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. — 19 August 1910

r d t. "p 's Myý ý";.ý ý .ý,'. y .. 'lam .1 ".i.ýýý + lµ A ` ltSý`, ` P. A. OLON, : Pr rie ., "lo Let me be your tailor! 800 new fall samples at MARSHALL'S Pain in Heart "For two years I had pain in my heart, back and left side. Could not draw a deep breath or lie on left side, and any little exertion would cause palpita tion. Under - advice I took Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy and Nervine. I took about thirteen bottles, am in better health than I ever was, and have gained 14 pounds." MRS. LILLIE THOMAS, Upper Sandusky, Ohio. For many years Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy has been very successful in the treatment of heart troubles, because of its tonic effect upon the heart nerves and muscles. Even in severe cases of long standing it has frequently prolonged life for many years after doctors had given up all hope, as proven by thousands of uftters we have re ceived from grateful people. Dr. Miles' Heart hemed is sold by all drugglets. If the first bottle falls to t, your druggist will return your...

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. — 19 August 1910

4- M k1 3Large Line of Boy's and Young ADIES' Muslin Underwear; a large Mens uis.Prce 1.0 o .5 L variety to select from including Combination Garments, Drawers, First-Class Values in Good Colors Gowns, Chemise and Corset Covers at and Materials. Low Prices. & Ladies Waists in Lawn and Silk, all sizes, from W $1.50 to $5.0 0 A large line of Working Shoes that have regular- 30 dozen pairs Busbey's Gloves in Buck, Horse ly sold at $3.50 and $3.75, Hide that have sold for $2.00, $A all sizes at . . . . V *$1.75 and $1.50, all sizes at . * . * DMen's Underwear, all Wool, Complete line of Sizes. Goods that sell all over Montana at $5.00 and $4.50 ---at $4.00-- Lp - ra Make your Dollars have more Cents by Trading With the E. .ROSS CO .

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. — 19 August 1910

..r.a. a e a,. nw,. i. m7. * omsVOW" It costs only. tits.. Otsas end . ualhee at one oettdos. Isptags to gn W . hakmab.d w~awj~ msb O.Wmbr~xpeasiv. woods. NVo mitoir rkas heeiheA.1ocbwo .gaabtnd, .,vii4 a. -erotaeh M.r.'e an Area. Qualmp Kh~d to l she gpsale. MARSHALL'S BUS & TRANSFER HARRY COSGRIFFE, PROP Conveyanoing to all Parts of the oity BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS Telephone No. 63 Harlowton, Mont. W. S. SMITH TflE Lewistown Furniture Dealer, handles a High Grade Piano at a moderate price. His line consists of the Baldwin. I anilto .Ellington, Valley Gag, S. W. Miller and Chickering Bros. as well as player pianos. EWING Machines at one half the prices that agents charge for them. All kinds of Sewing Machine Repairs and Needles. Headquaries for School Desks. The, jMinneapolis Desk, The Best. LEWISTOWN, - - MONT. Tinsmith Plumber Steamfitter CURTIS DOES IT RIGHT OUR MUTHOD OF LAYING TIN ROOFING makes your house absolutely water-proof. Leaks seldom occur when we do the work. Every s...

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. — 19 August 1910

SI OMETING ABOUT YOURS FAND NEIGHlOR * Try it-lee cream at the Boston Store. H. H. H4loway spent Saturday in this city.' Ladies nckware, decidedly new, at the Boston Store. Miss Edith Eklund was in the city Monday visiting friends. Miss Malle Sayre of Roundup is a guest of Ihelen Lyons this week. Mrs. H. P. Lovely of Barber was in the city Monday doing some shopping. The Boston Store (formerly Porter place) keepis a tine line of freshcandies and nuts. FOR SALE - Gentle horse, good driver, good family horse. Apply to T. E. Kirby. Miss Kate Grady drove to town last Saturday to make some purchases and visit her friends here. Frank Conwell who has been at Lewistown for the past few months was in the city this week. Mrs. H. F. Henthorn drove in from their ranch south of town Sunday and spent the day visiting friends. J. E. Samuelson the well known salesman for Swift & Co. was in Har lowton this week calling on his trade. Mr. Brownfield, proprietor of the European Hotel at Lewistown w...

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. — 19 August 1910

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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. — 19 August 1910

. "I .. - ... ,.. . . . , .:.. .; .. " ; ii VES 0 ,r · ',, ,,,,- . ,, q ý.ý • ...sY lowton . O ;t ·the '"1~;~ 'c'i~~"i, . resent time gazh s eves Near a~ o 134a1' w: o r s 'w' w t4 ý y; ýý y S 131 ,.. • .y •: . .., . .. . . , - . : i, ;,,. The New t9 $2A,000 NI 1 ins .~t I.. 1' . .. .!....!;. ··. .'.... ' School ch· presbiteria * C *;r Halwts YerAg

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. — 19 August 1910

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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. — 19 August 1910

* PRFEM MLIST< MEA6HER CON TY.FAIR ASS'N SEPTEMBER i-22.23-24, 1910 As the harvest is at hand and the Fair Assoclation are unable at this time to mail complete premium lists, Wheat. Irrigated owing to the fact that the same has not yet been received First Best Sheaf of Wheat Irrigated .......... 10 00 from the Printer, the Association hereby begs to announce Second Best Sheaf of Wheat Irrigated.......... 5 00 a few special premiums offered for Irrigated and Non. Third Best shesaf of Wheat Irrigated .......... 3 00 Irrigated grains and grasses. Oats. Irrigated The premiums are very liberal indeed and should First Best Sheaf of Oats Irrigated ............ 10 00 bring out to the Fair an exhibit of farm products un- Second Best Sheaf ot Oats Irrigated ............ 5 00 equalled by any other Fair In the state. Third Best Sheaf of Oats Irrigated ........... 3 o00 TIlE FIRST A'NUAL ME4GHER COUNTY FAIR Is Barley. Irrigated going to be a big success and it is now up to the Farmer to First...

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. — 26 August 1910

r 46 +, ' 4:i 'I ý$g . <ýv '` 4J" ~ V ft 8 . . tý ý !e a",..WpY . ,wý ua.xý "~ . i r'd ^ 7.ý }sk 1,rs- . M ýf" . p··w 4 ,, ,AtA eh'r -·· `...' '. r;~ii i··-·'··s,,.·ON'( ?hem de tha 6 1 tlhs City W drawn ser th Carey et to be Irtlgtd. The large tract of land north of this city which was withdrawn by the Musselshell Irrigation ?rojjt ender the Carey Act is to be irrigeted 1* mediately and sold. This land has been tied . t i ab4i time. The reservoir site Was piar.lased lasit eek from C. . DURand iof Delpine C. E. Durand, who is a stockholder in the company that secured the land north of thils city+ under the Carey Act visited the News last Saturday and gave the following particulars: "The last steps are taken and now we are willing to give the facts for publication. Every section of the entire tract has been surveyed and the surveying for the 45 miles of ditches has been completed for some time past. The main reservoir site was purchased last week. This will be located on the DuRan...

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. — 26 August 1910

RlY H BSST AUTHORITIES ON SCIENTIFIC FARM, SHOULD BE IOLLOWED CLOSELY BY MONTANA SETT !,r. r,,l li, ,l l llll! i • . . . .. . ... . . . . d , , -- - I II II I '" II I I - V "A wide diversity of opinion exists among the farmers of the. mountain states as to the relative value of spring and fall plowing." ;declares a United States department bf agrilo! tural circular on "Dry Lard Grains in the Great Basin." "A test of two methods ` has been conducted at the substatici in Utah. One plat is plowed as soon Bs possible after theswheat crop is removed in the autumn and is allowed to lie un touched until the followlig spring. The other plat is plowed inearly May. After this plat is plowed, the two plats are treated in exactly the same way, both lying fallow during the summer and being planted to one variety of wheat the following autumn. The test seeks to determine (1) the effects of the fall and spring plowing on the moisture conditions, (2) the influence on the crops produced ~by the two ...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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