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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 23 September 1910

~ AM 9 «i " igU dt ta.ý a d {" ý v ' ' " ý : "yY, ý e `*r tý 'ML~ 11. P. t 4Appl ea&F. Si r.. e telfold ie Over the sa1 iday and were bound over to se district court. Both defendants were placed wdder $600 cub -bndp. Clair Wellington of #Jfaceook had the men arrested on, t$4 charge of killing sheep from his babdy. It is claimed that the men. killedtwosheep each. They plead not guilty and were bound over to the district court. L. D. Glenn of this city, Boy Ayres of Lewistown and Glenn Bills of Judith Gap appeared for the defeu dante and Deputy County Attorney W. C. Lusband had the States side of the case. HsAlOWTON FLOUR Product of Local Ki1 the lest oa the Market--Trial Orders Re suit in Large Shipments. The flour manufactured by the Earlowton Mills is meeting with ap" proval wherever used. Bakers claim that the flour will take more water than the flour they are using and will make -getter bread. Merchants have placed smal rial orders and are so well paiethat they are ordering b...

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. — 23 September 1910

Itk P RN ` ' Ing is the platform ie iRepubliesn stst con lidans .of Montana, in if* OO6dWltio 0assembled, congratu I4ta~ til*16!rIello* citisens on the !1iayed $nd the marked 1 a by the people of this l 4C$nmoo with the people of vile .ountry, sinoe the inaugura tion tWllilam McKinley as president t the United States. 'We extend a cordial greeting to the ihww settlers who havechosen d on tana for their permaneat home, and *e pledke the republican party to the enactment of such laws and the sup port of such policies as will at all times encourage settlement, maintain law and order, and secure justice and dqual treatment to all. "Wealirm our faith in and our ad lerence to the principals-and policies of the republican party as announced by the national conventions of the party from time to time, and asclearly set forth in the national convention Which nominated the Hon. William H. 'iafrt in 1908. "We cordially indorse the able and patriotic administration of William H. Taft and felicit...

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. — 23 September 1910

t4 , .if p:,~ A. .2 _ u6ýaFw1G " Yq P ý' ýFN: Sý 't . aýY ý ý,ý -ýýýý :ý ,n ýýý ./y ,o o o , ý t ýý r4t CAPI`. ~i~O BOARD Or DbUTOmRIW H. 3. Karehial ,A. 0. Grave. Georg Plepte Guy Davis ', 1. G0rr.1 0. L. Bash a. V. Kelly THE BON BON MARK JOHNSON, Proprietor Headquarter for CANDIES, ICE CREAN, PERIODICALS, CIG ARS aid TOBACCOS A fresh shipment of the finest candles just received. We make a specialty of lce Cream Sodas and Sundaes. SAVE MONEY ON THAT PIANO 33 1-3 Per Cent Off for Cash Pay Cash and buy cheap. Get the most Value for the Money. Buy a Hamilton PIANO and get the Best. The Hamilton is unsurpassed in case design, tone, touch and finish. The Hamilton will out last them all. Investigatel It will be to Your Advantage W. S. SMITH, LEWISTOWN,MOWT. MAKING MONEY Some men make money in business--some in stocks,--some by toilsome saving of their daily wage. But we submit to you the unquestioned fact that more men have reached a comfortable competence through the ownership of proper...

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. — 23 September 1910

igo Wi Amo MAI HALL'S BUS & TRANSFER HARRY COSQRIP?3, PROP Conveyancing t4 all Parts of the city BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS Telephone No. 63 Harlowton, Mont. G-raxve~s Hotel Harlowton, Montana Up-to-date. The finest in the State of its size. Fifty rooms. S P. S. OLSON, : . Proprietor Tiasmith Plumber Steamfitter 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 carlf fity soldered and tested before the next is joined. See us if you want the best roofing for the least money. 1. W Curtis Harlowton, Mont. Take The Leg of a Lamb we offer you and when you come to taste it you'll declare you never before ate such delicious tender meat. For our lamb is real lamb not young nu tton sold at lamb prices. You'll find that by trading at this m&rket you get what you pay for, a little bit better and cheaper than you expected. Where. Cianliness Is Paramount. A. C.Graves ...

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. — 23 September 1910

t *ti .. .4r I1 SOMETHING ABOUT YOURSIý.FAND NEIGHBOR Qurtis fixes Automobiles. fBoston Store for fine candies. Writing tablets, 10 cent size for 5 cents, at Marphalls. Just received, fall and winter mil linery at the Boston Store. Nick Weter arrived in the city Tuesday from the Snowy Mountains' with some horses for the races at the fair. We Get rop' There on Time IMPERIAL AUTO LIVERY R. W. LOMRY, Mgr. Headquarters Curtis Garage Agents Imperial Automobiles. Phone 90 HARLOWTON, MONT. The ggy' E are showing for FALL and WINTER the most com lete lines of GENTS C THING and FURNISHING E GOODS, Etg. ever introduced In the Great Musselshell Valley. Notice the High Class Lines We Handle T Hart Shafiner & Marx The asnos Cooper CLOTHES UBDER WEAR I O Rosenwald & Wells CLUBT PEABODY U OVERCOATS SI? OLLARsU V Yasser Knitting Works The Nm: I Rf'g CQ's 1 Sweater Coats &S SELZ-ROYAL BLUE AND STETSON AN ALORY'S FLORSHEIM'S FINE SHOES FN SUIT CASES AN 407E SUITS MADE to ORDER and to YOUR...

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. — 30 September 1910

ýý ''kr ýf ýý ý r e ý y 'i JAS ý ý ~ý rPý"ý `ý' t '~i ~ s, ý`,bý \ ' willlt~w tiMºan. Cioor o f Inl} to bsw ;;.r s violently thrown from hiI ibet 'rrol evening when retumlthoth ri r t I'd as . re soft smstaiued a s0r5us 40o t 6i60 of tbebrain. Al; ttimeo e a nt oQ t. Go~r. It seem, that liaepc $ g it , f5e r the r# and the bolan t0i* the became unmanageable and r$$ o a fence, throwing the rider fowr d sohat his chatsWO caught thn 1hbreu whoa llad t i ueons epus "' d ~ # `R mediately °brought :k hei a placed himII under A. F. Idot0 end - and Taylor di 'and found that the right aide of ih4u k had lr4 on the pct hibones were found the iman ti not At present writing :loor has not regains p tlousaesa His father, Albert, arrived in the city Wednesday trig g .toe whico pc~iot he will leave today with his son, so that, he may have hip boy home. Albert Gloor is pleased with the care the a toerte young man has received 9, de the injury, and feels satisfied that nothing has tpen left undone th...

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. — 30 September 1910

_ fr'.a h, shipent o i f th San candles at, received. ec t hin to leaw.w r n -»«. 'he . ,e..... w N o"aý",rws rrac'o o n astua l#' ts.J Th'yuwl nwfomeprec tmn o mes aealts'secalty of leed Craml ShtourBidin 'aera 4 n y.. ; :; ::'iy: n84"."'a i r ý raiMix . 34i~i~tn YOU. HADR BETTER W~IAKE4 UP to be shipmen of the fanes m t hoi must reaeive alwayst c mae here for peilr ofuic eCral Dod B YOUTE AA PUTOR WUAKER U thingto lern whtotheWare 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 charge for our service. MONTANA LUMBER CO Phone 32.. This Plumper Stock MeansExtraGood Weir " These Misses' and Children's shoes are made with exceptionally plump sole and upper stock. I The result is that they give much better wear than ordinary. The fact that they are made by the Bradley &- Metcalf Co., those mak ers of extra good shoes since 1843, pro...

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. — 30 September 1910

,44 41 §c 0.L. ) i S M ~ r N Conwell & Conwe 1 I' LAW.tR Central Ave. Ha rlowton. Montans K.... awe AV W UH W S1sole of honesty M em 's ab a far y It's a shoe that will aeg '' s e ateso mvaas woman and shoe wc you are now wearing. t w dl d a this city and in o.4dr 4 mop e- that we must give th beat value. And $u order _ ;luss +' ba"es a special study of th stoek and pries of thok, the workmanshi and the pries. and then salesteAd frmonly those manuactaurers who males the highest gos utta ato hi .wihrpo m godse just that part of their shoes whch repre. Andw foundth argalus for workingmem 1* RAWHIDE GREAT TAN WORK SHO. Made with close fibered full double sloes and fast. aend doubly strong (first jrass nailst and then, sewed.) An honest sole that wears like iron. The crimped uppers are extra quality Tan Tan oo iC 'heavy, flexible and long w . h inso and counters are one place, a a . Sup lied with a bellows tongue to keep out the 'dt and has a strong tan leather pull strap and large ...

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. — 30 September 1910

G 1'S'ar f r * A nw contnued Ina shot tiine towt F YOU1 had a dinner coat, al t g cap an~ To~fw odd ,hillinge in your S,'pocket, and if youI were sek " a rich ypi. girl--any girl jgst as long as she had plenty of money-and you ~e is a strange country and suddenly found E yourself thrown out of your hotel h use you oduld tot pay $7.80 a day for mere room retd-well, it would be a "fa# (' no , w5dd 't it. A dinner coat is a handy gan) nt at tims, but it's a bit out of place on a cold day, with no overcoat and then ~k strikintg noon. * * True, the dinner coat is all.fight at noon if you are a waiter--but who wants " *tobeawaiter? LorU Lad a is the child of a he pens of C. N. and A. f. Williamson, y Maybe such a fellow as Lord Lovela r lived or lives. en acts real, sounds real g and you think he is real, so it doesn't make much difference whether he could * or did or does live. *orThe gifted writers--Mr. out Mlrs. " Williamsonu know their En lishman, for they have traveld ituh in ne and....

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. — 30 September 1910

eamy. Yeo mad doIet rsltk cots only a tales, taes nd veanlhhe. at ens operstlse, linpartlng to al a Mslade .e *orn, m od surfaces the elegmnt effects and sl m w;u **s of beeatifully finished oak, ,a hopey or other expensive woods. a Me m wse tersau.ebe 5. beDsswt~d, ennmead.toed or a wvrStahe, ser'se a A s Qu.Mg, stod t $i the pme a MARSHALL'S BUS & TRANSFER HARRY COSGRIFFE, PROP I Conveyanoing to all Parts of the city BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS r Telephone No. 63 Harlowton, Mont. C. 1 6r~ive s Hoftil! Harlowton, Montana Up-to-date. The finest in the State of its size. Fifty rooms. J G P. S. OLSON, : : Proprietor A d 'tismith Plumber Steamfitter r CURTIS DOES IT RIGHT OUR METHOD OF J LAYING TIN ROOFING a makes your house absolutely S water-proof. Leaks seldom occur when we do the work. S Every square of tin laid by - our workmen is carefully n soldered and tested before -" r the next is joined. See us if is you want the best roofing for r the least money. 1. W . Curti Ha.rlowton, Mont...

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. — 30 September 1910

JA F.TE wS ".1.lkvier ..i - .r."..Y , - ýr SA"01 8 :" TC.i.Y ENraB NEIB SOMETHING ABOUT YOURSELP AND NEIGHBOR You can get It at Urners. Let Marshall be your financier, his goods will save you money. W, T. Fitzpatrick of Helena was in town over Sunday. Dr. Tices of Twodot was in town Tuesday of this week. WANTED-Horses to break single, double or to ride. Inquire at the News or Clyde Stewart at the Antler Saloon. Dr. E. F. Boss went up to Martins dale Tuesday morning on profession al business. He returned Tuesday evening. The Urner Mercantile Company completed a sidewalk this week from the rear of the State Bank building up to the north end of the lumber shed. L. P. Stelgan of Irene was in Har lowton Tuesday and Wednesday. Mr. Steigan has been ill with an attack of bronchitis but under the able treatment of Dr. Campbell is fast re covering. Marshall's Busy Corner E take great pleasure in presenting tq pur custoeaers the greatest line of merchandise to befound in minor __m cities. 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. — 7 October 1910

*~~~~~~~~ 0'4~'~4,~~r~'~ , 44,Ail ~A 4 W **owOL (4~SAO"-RAZ@~B , W T0 er e, Y* 1 BNJAMIN dRtR A T'142DRE QMASNS *A SQUARE DEAL TO ALL CLASSES * JXX tL"ERT 19. MITCHCOCK. N"ebrehen Who Defeated :dltec of Srysn'e aper. BAD MAN VERY BADLY WOUNDED Janet ClbaQu,-: a -te 1R '11m1* for Be1.wgts:l;M Is Winged by Deputy Al Morgan. Lewistown Democrat: James Gib son, wanted in both Yellowstone and Fergus counties for horse stealing, and one of the most desperate crim intle that ever infested the North west) is lying on a cot at the county jail, nursing a badly wounded arm, as a result of a sensational shooting match between a trio of horse thieves and Deputy Sheriff Al Morgon, 7 miles northeast of Grass Range, last Saturday afternoon. At a distance of fully 150 yards, Morgan put a soft nose bullet from a 30-30 through Gib son's right arm, placing that gentle man hors de combat and making his capture an easy matter. Sheriff Martin had received word that three men had stolen some saddle horses f...

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. — 7 October 1910

1~I.soie of" honesty Vw~W.~smb-eewia ~ Via~ twuhae And Ia order S a low a D& w ** In * the e sash sd 2res. 4 d* ktel~ . aad h. prisss. ead sulestd s that pers of thair shoes repr ! s 1 bar e be world msa ia soempan tREAT TAIL WOK t8001. )&d'with eidiitesrd fu doudble sotes end fet esed doubly strong (first brse uniled and thin sewed.) Aubeu eel. the*w*eus like Iron. The rlmpep& werse are extra quality Tan Ke l g~~aroo Kikr.flexible and long wearing. The an ounters are one piece. all leather. bellowe tongue to keep out the hs a etrag sea lather pull stran ad large brass eyetetes. We know that each ale * of this shoe meens a steady ouesaeer. S2.50 .. ou......** ar -a t HOLLAND BROS. Twodot, Montana m SAV" MONEY ON THAT PIANO 33 1-3 Per Cent Off for Cash Pay and buy cheap. Get the. moat Value for the Money. Buy a Hanm1ton PIANO and get the Best. The lamlitop i. unsurpassed in case design, tone, touch The Hamiltn will out last them all. Investigatel It will be to Your Advant...

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. — 7 October 1910

iý.ARL 1 to: fiA x e rr F'or epresentatvetugres '.CHARLES N. PRAY t Clerk of Suprem Courts JOHN T: ATEi For Railroad Comnhialoiier- E. A. MORELY Couaty ticket For County Attorney W.L.FORD For SLeritf J. H. LACKEY For County Treasurer VACANT For County Clerk and Recorder JAMES T. GRANT For County Commissioner F. S. WEBSTER For County Assessor VACANT For County Superintendent of Schools- MISS ETHEL HOLEMAN .For County Surveyor F. J. SPACH For County Coroner J. D. SHOREY For Representatives BENJAMIN URNER THEO. SARTER For Public Administrator JESSE HARRY Behamiu Urner tANE OF the most popular and W hustling business men in Meagher County is Benjamin Urner of Harlow ton, nominee for representative on the republican ticket. Mr. Urner's native city is New York. He left the Empire state in 1882 and came to Billing, Montana over the Northern Pacific; the road had not been built past Billings at that time. Frnm here he traveled by s stage to the mouth of the Sweet Grass and unloaded in the f...

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. — 7 October 1910

"LORD LOVELAD A new continued se in a short time Te lowtoxw Ci I F YOU had a dinner coat, a traing cap and a fe w odd shillings in your * pocket, and if you were seeking a rich young girl-any girl just as long as * she had plenty of money-and you . e is a strange country and suddenly found yourself thrown out of your hotel b.ause you could not pay $7.50 a day for more " " room rent--well, it would be a "facer" now, wouldn't it. A dinner coat is a handy garment at times, but it's a bit out of place on a U cold day, with no overcoat and the clock striking noon, True, the dinner coat is all right at noon if you are a waiter--but who wants to be a waiter? * *Lord' Loveland is the hid .#p ,~g of C.N. and A. M. Williamson, Maybe such a fellow as Lord Love d liv~d or live. He acts real, sounds real and you think he is real, so it doesn't make much difference whether he could . or did or does live. " " The gifted writers--Mr. and Mrs. Williamrs n-4know their Englishman, for they have travel...

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. — 7 October 1910

T srRAtrrcoodeh tdih slr. worn and msrred from Sconatat the * ctaited sideboard or dresaer, the ewles taboe, can be made to look new. Its easy. You can do it ourseff. It costs only a trifle. VARO-LAC st&Wainsad intake.s at one operation, imparting to it kinds of worn, scratched surfaces the elegant offects and durable, lustrous surface of besutifully finished oak, walnut, mamhogany or other expensive woods. No wetter what on au abc to be ainted, enaud4 statd or eamnUs5t the'a as wAme Quesl itnd to At the wpeoae MARSHALL'S BUS & TRANSFER HARRY COSGRIFFE, PROP Conveyanoing to all Parts 'of the city BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS Telephone No. 63 Harlowton, Mont. Graves Hotel Harlowton, Montana Up-to-date. The finest ins the State of its size. Fifty rooms. P. S. OLSON, : : Proprietor Tiasmith Plumber Steamfitter 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...

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. — 7 October 1910

80nw. ETC. ** ING ABOUT YOURSELF AND NEIGHBOR 06 *ISe Automobiles. W. 0 Strlght was pp to Lewis ti w~n. Z'irsday. lM. , *e4 Mrs. William Ruess of Winnecook visited Harlowton Fri day. For piano lessons s. Mrs E. J. North. Lunch and short orders served at all hours at the Urner Cafe. Charles Tice of Twodot was in Har lowton yesterday in his brother's Overland car. The Urner'Cafe will make a special ty of tea, coffee, chocolate and cocoa. New Rome sewing machines at W. S. Smith's Lewiston. Chas. D. Elliot of Great Falls was in our city a few days the fore part of this week. Meals served at all hours at the Urner Cafe. Get your school seats from W. S. Smith, Lewistown. Mrs. Paul Van Cleve and herdaugh ter, Mrs. Dugro, were in / from Mel ville on a short visit Thursday. Marshall is showing a large assort ment of room-sized Rugs in choicest weaves. H. B. Meyers is giving a dance in the Harlowton Opera House tonight. The A. J. Dreyer Orchestra is furn ishing the music. Mrs. Mary Willett, 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. — 14 October 1910

9: R wfjf 1ir' I ..4 dM, Sr~k J-. ý,~ fi:" . , : si7 f . r~ ..aaF" r'yx. ý ý- .. :i". .4 ai . '' r r4~& t Wf4rtwan, d mocratie nomince for Congress, will deliver an address la the Harlowton opera house here next Thursday night, October 18th. Mr. Sysrtood will dtsouas the issue of the campaigi. He is an eloquent speaker and always holds the atten tton of his audience. Everybody is Invited to come out and hear this well-known politteal character. HOG RAISING 1At Short te Crime Says bsport That Neatasa Neglects . This .laestry. Spokane, Wash., Oct. 7. --Ranchers and heads of experimental stations in Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Montana and representatives of rail roads and commercial organisations operating in the four states, adopted resoluttons at* pouferanco in the asa sembly hall of the Ipokane Chamber of Commerce on October 4, to co operate-in promoting the hog indus try in the northwest, which is now sending from $20,000,000 to 625,000,000 to middle-western and other states ...

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. — 14 October 1910

hS*MwRr OK ?014M1 AT.i vQ4sai;vels r HAbble ý..P ror Gier4W of sup?5ne Ourt JORN T. ATHIT For Railroad C.mmiseloner 'orCony il°r For Count 'or County. VAOD For County .S ap n M tilt of MIUS BUR SA SHORT For County Surveyor F. J. SPAGII F'or County Coroner J. D. SHOREY For Representatives BENJAMIN URNER THEO. $ARTER For Public Administrator JESSE UARRY Y oa cn never reach a dignity by leafing over a duty. Life is full of golden opportunities for doing what we do not wyant to do. A raise in wrapplug paper can be looked for since Editor Green uses it for print. Even though her name is Short. it is generally conceded that she will not a out ehort on' Not. 8th. Our we.kcne we regard as mistor tutaes frill wt cannot escape; the wk h Of ithers as' a crime. The News has been unformed that Theo. isirter can kiss more babies in one dAgr than six ordinary politicians. tinuni grind l satid to become ltresome, but-itotso with the 'Uafwton'Fiouu Mills. Six hundred a le a day, every day in, the we...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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