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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 10 March 1911
I' OMg THING AD3OUfl Y*UNELV FR jbs~i~I~7r Curtis fixes automobiles. Boston Store for Bargains. Paper Novels, 10c. Boston Store. Meistersin'gers will be the best yet. Bert Potter was in town Thurs day. Dr.P.E.Thompson, Resident Dentist Harlowton Easter comes on the J6thof April this year. J. P. Porter of Helena was in town Sunday. Radical cut in prices on all goods. at the Boston. Tam Olsen of Missoula was in town Saturday, I. S. MeQuitty came home from Helena Sunday. W. E. Ford of Hedges wasa town guest Saturday. L. J. Nicholas of Deer Lodge was in town Sunday. F. M. Ritchy of Miles City was in town Saturday. E. P. Bennett of Terry was on our streets Sunday. Whirlwind bargains on all goods at the Boston Store. B. Johnson was in town from Miles City Monday. C. J. Kops of Great Falls was.on our streets Sattirday. A good line of Spring Clothing . Urner Mercantile Co. O. M. Rader of Hedgesville was a town guest Saturday. W. R. Coffin of Three Forks was on our streets Saturday. Louie' K...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 10 March 1911
Mrs. 0. M. Rader gapv a farewell i-rty in honor of .Miss Emily Foster, if Dorsey, last Saturday evening. A number of people of Hedgesville were invited to attend. Miss Foster has been visiting at the home of her uncle, A. A., Foster and family. The evening was spent in card playing, progressive hearts being the game. Nine tables were going in full swing, resulting in the honors being divided as follows: Ladies' prizes, first, Mrs. Ellis; conso nlation, Miss Bertha Small . Gentlemen's, first, Mr. Wullenwaber; consolation, Mr. DeBond. Miss Agnes Eaman gave a few selections on the piano while the games were going on. Later in the evening dancing was indulged in. Vic tor De Bond was called upot for a vocal solo to which he responded in his usual graceful manner. Dainty refreshments were served during the evening. The party broke up in the early hours of the morning and everyone seemed to have enjoyed the evening's entertain nlent. Following is a list of those present: Messrs and Mesdame...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 17 March 1911
Th H wton News i ii of. The Mu.kIlshell New . A Y, MOTAA, FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1911 II IllI ,. _,/.;. Editor of the Harlowton News, 1911 Harlowton, Montana., My dear Sir: Will you kindly give space to brief correction of misstatements made re garding the life of Mary Baker in your valued paper of December 16, 1910. Mrs. Eddy's discovery of Christian ~ien.cc , -car.. .id by a remark able recovery from an injury receiv ed by a fall on the ice. The effects of this injury were said to be beyond the power of medicine to heal. In her extremity Mrs. Eddy thought of the healing which had been accomplished by Jesus and his disciples. Thereupon she asked for her Bible and opened to a passage of scripture, after the reading of which she found herself Instantly healed. The same words of truth spoken by Jesus which healed the man, healed Mrs. Eddy. Previous to this accident and this in stantaneous healing by the words of Jesus, Mrs. Eddy had been studying the action of the human mind in the study o...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 17 March 1911
The Harlowton News PUBLISBND BT The Harlowten Newspaper Ceaprny R. A. LOCKRIDGE, Editor-Manager TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Year .......................$2.00 Subscription Payable in Advance. ADVER'ISING RATES FURNISHEC ON APPLICATION PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Entered as second-class matter August 2d, 1900. at the postonifce at Harlowton. Montana, under the act of congress of March ld. 187S. Subscribers who fail to receive thelr papers, will please notify this office. Subscribers destring 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 Of the many dainty and curious relics belonging to old wedding cus toms none is more interesting and beautiful in themselves, than the once indispensable bride knives, specimens of which still linger here and there among the cabinets of cld country houses in England. Or you may discover a slender, quaint old pair of these ancien...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 17 March 1911
--, - "P lp I . OMETHIN ABOUT YOURLF AND NEIGHBOR SOMETHING ABOUT YOURSELF AND NEIGHBOR Curtis fixes automobiles. Boston Store for Bargains. Paper Novels, 10c. Boston Store. Who said Harlow was a windy place! Dr.P.E.Thompson, Resident Dentist Harlowton G. M. Stafford of Helena was in town Sunday. Radical cut in prices on all goods at the Boston. B. Johnson of Miles City visited in town Sunday. Dr. Thompson was a Martinsdale guest over Sunday, Whirlwind bargains on all goods at the Boston Store. A good line of Spring Clothing Urner Mercantile Co. J. B. Nelson of Bozeman was seen on our streets Sunday. Mrs. J. Ross of Judith Gap was a Harlow guest Sunbay. F. C. McWilliams of Great Falls was in town on Saturday. M. R, Wise of Lewistown was here on business Saturday. Anything on our bargain counter for 25e Urner Mercantile Co. Mike Mason of White Sulphur Springs was in town Sunday. Roundup Coal $5.50 per ton de livered. Montana Lumber Co. F. Echard of Three Forks was here between trains...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 17 March 1911
Joel TykeSbury's Farewell It Chanmes the Whole Course of His Life By CLARISSA MACKIE Copyright by Ameklean Press Asso cltlon, 1911. When Joel Tykesbury opened the let ter and read that his step-uncle on his mother's side had died without near relatives and had left him the comfortable sum of $15,000 In cash there was not a soul to whom he confided the astounding news. Close locked behind his compressed lips was hidden a secret that would have pro vided the people of Little River with a measureless source of interest for the coming winter months. Joel kept his secret, and no one was the wiser when he closed the little harness shop and spent several days In New York. But when he returned from the city and proceeded to sell the contents of his shop at auction prices, when he presented the fur niture contained in his lonely bachelor abode to the thriftless Nickols family, who lived on the edge of the village, and finally when the minister dropped a word in the midst of the Ladies' Aid s...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 24 March 1911
on News The Contia s Muselshell News ,r+ AR WTON. MRAGHZR Ot1 ITTZ MONTANA, FRIDAY, MARUH 24, 1911 No. 39 SENATOR ) L FRAZIER. Tenness** Man Who Wante Lerimer Case Reopened. WANTED BY OKLAHOMA OFFICERS H. L. Lewis Arrested in Roundup Monday--Wanted in Oklahoma for Stealing Car Cattle Sheriff Fisco made an important arrest Monday evening of last week when he took into custody Harry L. Lewis, of old Roundup, upon ad vice fromi authorities of Miskogee, Okla. A description of the man was wired to Roundup Saturday and in a very short time the officer had his man spotted. The author ities in Oklahoma were at once no tified and the man kept under sur veillance until Monday *hen he was arrested and confined in the county jail here. Deputy Dephew arrived there Friday from Musko gee, with extradition papers and returned with Lewis the same night. Lewis had been working for a rancher in Oklahoma and is claim ed stole and sold a carload of cat tle belonging to his employer, af ter which he skip...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 24 March 1911
In the Swim A Country Boy Is Introduced Into City Society By LYDIA B. GASKELL Copyright by Ameriean Press Asso ciation, 31l Johnny Beem, a farmer's boy, nine teen years old, stood six feet in his stockings; his limbs were long, well shaped and put together in graceful curves; a Byronic head was set on a well turned neck,, which In turn rested between a pair of broad shoulders. Johnny was beloved by every girl with. In fifty miles of his father's farm, but as he loved every girl he was in no danger from any one of them. Johnny was fairly Intelligent, too, and read all the books that he could get his hands on. But the chief charm about him-even greater than his man ly beauty-was his ingenuousness. He knew nothing about the artificial de vices to make himself liked. He would not Intentionally hurt a fy. but It he did so accidentally would not know enough about manners to beg the fy's pardon. The farm, its products, live stock, everything pertaining to country life was Johnny's delight ...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 24 March 1911
SOMSThING ABOUT YOURS LPANDNEIGH5O~ Curtis fixes automobiles. Boston Store for Bargains. Paper Novels, lOc. Boston Store. Dr.PE.'Thompson, Resident Dentist Harlowton. C. C. Melsome of Great Falls was on our streets Tuesday. Radical cut in prices on all goods at the Boston. L. E. Campbell, Wallace Lauder and Hamilton Combs all of Twodot were town visitors Tuesday. Studebaker Bros'. harness in I light or heavy work or buggy I harness to be had at Marshalls Whirlwind bargains on all goods at the Boston Store. . Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Jenizen of Barber were shopping in town Tuesday. Roundup Coal $5.50 per ton de livered, Montana Lumber Co. Judge Baine and C. R. Stone of 1 Judith Gap were in town on bus iness Tuesday. Roundup Coal $5-50 per ton de livered. Montana Lumber Co. Don't fail to read Urner's big ad on page four. Money talks; Compare prices .nd you'll buy at the Boston Store. Men's auto caps just opened and on sale at Urners If you want that claim shack built or any other carpenter ...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 24 March 1911
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 31 March 1911
T Harlowton News Th . Conea•u" of Th . MuuelI hell New. *ol. .6 * BlARLOWTON. MEAGIIER COUNTY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1911 No. 40 Judge E. X. Oheadle of . Lwla town convened the March term of the District Court at White Sul phur Springs last week and was confronted with one of the largest dockets in the recent history of Meagher county. The criminal docket is as follows: In the case of the State of Mon tana vs. George Coons, Fred E, Kelly and Walter Bergan, all charged with assault in the second degree, the defendants having ask ed for separate trials, their cases were set for trial in the following order. State of Montana vs. Geo. Coons Monday, March 27th. State of Montana vs. Fred E. Kelly, March 28th. State of Montana vs. Walter Bergan, March 29th. In the case of the State of Mon tana vs. Geo. Lee, charged with grand larceny, the defendant 'en tered a plea of not guilty, and the case was set for trial Thursday, March 30th. In the case of the State of Mon tana vs. Lucian Brink...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 31 March 1911
This Handsome 1911 Complete With Complete With WTop Gas and Wind OilLamps Shield Speedo- Kit Of meter Tools WILL BE GIVEN AWAY ABSOLUTELY FREE OF CHARGE You will Receive a Ticket with Every From Our Varied Stock of General Merchandise Save These Tickets You May Get the Automobile OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE IN EVERY LINE AND CASH TICKETS WILL BE GIVEN ON ALL PURCHASES OF OUR FINE LINES OF I Groceries Barbed Wire Builders Hardware Hardware Wagons Undertaking Dry Goods Lumber Spring Wagons Crockery Sash and Doors Emerson Plows Furniture Building Paper Garden Seeds Boots and Shoes Glass Seed Grain Hats and Caps Oils Flour Harness Paint Chicken Feed I Rumely Oil Traction Engines Full Line Agricultural Implements Ground Oyster Shells Our Prices are Lower than Ever---Begin now to Save Your Tickets
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 31 March 1911
SOMETHING ABUT~ YOURSELF rAND NE N R'"' ' Oh you Roundup Fadl Curtis fixes automobiles. Boston Store for Bargains. Paper Novels, 10c. Boston Store. The Roundup "Fad" for nifty clothing. Dr.P.E.Thompson, Resident Dentist Harlowton John C. Hogle of San Diego Cal. visited here with his brother H. M. Hogle this week. Don't fail to read Urner's big ad on page four. Radical cut in prices on all goods at the Boston. Frank Daly of Nihill was in town Wednesday. Whirlwind bargains on all goods at the Boston Store. Men's auto caps just opened and on sale at Urners Miss Kate Olsen from near Mel ville was in town a couple of days this week. If its in the clothing line the Roundup Fad has it. Many people of Harlowton are in attendance at Dist. Court at White Sulphur Springs this week. Victor Parsons of Nihill was trading in town Wednesday. Roundup Coal $5.50 per ton de livered. Montana Lumber Co. Mrs. Good was called to Iowa last week on account of the illness of a brother-in-law. Ladies' wrapper...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 31 March 1911
BOIL STUDENTS AT WORK. SCENE AT MONTANA AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE. S Questions and + Answers. " + 4 + Replies by H. F. Patterson, "T + Montana Agricultural Col leg. S. K. J., Washington, writes: "Would you advise the covering of a mare to bring her in heat? I have a two-year old draft filly that has failed to show signs of heat. I would like to breed her this spring. Will mares show signs of heat after such service, pro viding they have not become in foal from the first covering? (2). What is the effect upon a horse covering a mare already in foal? Will it kill the foal and if so what is the reason? (3). Will it ruin the mare for breed ing purposes if she loses her foal from such a cause? Reply. (1). Authorities differ up on the q eation whether forced serv ice is followed by a natural period of heat. However, it seems to be the opinion of a large number of our horsemen that coming in heat may sometimes be encouraged in this way. The safer plan for our reader would be to wait until she c...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 7 April 1911
Tb. Hart on News The Un.stre ' Muraselhell News Vo. . A aLOWTO'N. MEAGRERI COUI ,, MONTANA, FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1911 No. 41 .~~~~~~~~~~~~~o 41... . ,IIIIl -q~i]iIIi t AUGUSTU$ 0. STANLEY. Kentuoky Congressman Who Is on Trlail of the 8teel Trust. Copyright by American Press Assoclation. NIHILL Mr. Parrish visited in Great Falls last week. V. W. Parson made a business trip to Harlowtou last Wednesday Mr. Gail Montgomery left Fri day for a business and pleasure trip to Lewistown. Mr. Geo. Downey is progressing nicely with his buildings on his ranch two miles east of Nihill. The farmers are busy with seed ing, and breaking, and spring work is well under way around here. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Davidson ex pect to move into their new home onue mile east of tewn this week. Mr. Will Richardson of Betneny Mo. ffled on a valuable half sec tion at Living Springs the past week. Mrs. Sylvia Mabie and little son Oliver returned from Garneil last week and spent a few days on the homestead. Miss Mae Colem...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 7 April 1911
-py I; IThis Handsome 1911 I Complete With Complete With Top Gas ad Wind Oil Lamps Shield ee- ....Kit Of Speedo- F meter ..... Tools SWILL BE GIVEN AWAY ABSOLUTELY FREE OF CHARGE You will Receive a Ticket with Every I From Our Varied Stock of General Merchandise Save These Tickets I i You May Get the Automobile OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE IN EVERY LINE AND CASH TICKETS WILL BE GIVEN ON ALL PURCHASES OF OUR FINE LINES OF Groceries Barbed Wire Builders Hardware Hardware Wagons Undertaking Dry Goods Lumber Spring Wagons Crockery Sash and Doors Emerson Plows Furniture Building Paper Ggrden Seeds Boots and Shoes Glass Seed Grain Hats and Caps Oils Flour IHarness Paint Chicken Feed Rumely Oil Traction Engines Full Line Agricultural Implements Ground Oyster Shells Our Prices are Lower than Ever---Begin now to Save Your Tickets .. . ." 'f ...-.-i.;Jiiii:i.:.·i! i:.. :. :.. . ..." ::: ": " .... ...• ? i!I !!:
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 7 April 1911
SOMI THING OU ' YOr rCURlihL;p ANDN QCi~iiii Oh you Roundup Pad! Curtis fixes automobiles. G. Berg of Moore was in town Tuesday. The Roundup "Fad" for nifty r clothing. Dr.P.E.Thompson, Resident Dentist iarlowton The Roundup Fad for Nifty Clothing. C. B. Chacey was in Lewistown Wednesday Don't fail to read Urner's big ad on page four. If its in the clothing line the Roundup Fad has it. Benj. Urner was on the sick list a few days this week. Wm. J. Kremer of Bozeman was a town guest Tuesday, Men's auto caps just opened and on sale at Urners Don't forget the Presbyterian ladies Easter sale April 8th A, C, Graves was in Helena on business the last of the week, Roundup Coal $5.50 per ton de livered. Montana LumberCo. Fred Spach, the County Survey or was on our streets Tuesday, i -Ladies' wrappcrs worth to $1.50; Sale $1.00 at Urners W. A. Coffin of Three Forks was in town Wednesday on business. Roundup Coal $5-50 per ton de livered. Montana Lumber Co. Brighten up and give your house and ...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 7 April 1911
+;++++++++++++++ Sweet Clover in an Arid Region.: + By H. P. Patterson, Montana 4 + ~.grloultural College. +++++++++ ++ ++++ For the past fifteen or twenty years farmers and live stock men have held the idea that sweet clover was not a good plant to feed nor was it a good plant to allow to grow upon the farm. However, during the past three or four years a large number of our farmers and ranchmen have completely changed their views regarding this question. At the present time it is known that sweet clover holds a very prominent place on our dry land farms. A farmer living in the eastern part of the state had his attention called to the sweet clover growing in his fields by the fact that early in the spring cattle would get in and eat a large amount of the legume. Previous to this time he held the impression that live stock would not eat sweet clover unless' they were starved, to it. Following up the idea that this man gained the next season he harvested, at the proper time, a large a...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 21 April 1911
TeCo'. . News N e w s 5.5 ,..,. OwWTON MIUAGRZ $ U '. MO TAN&, F.RIDAY, APRIL 21, 19aJ O.4 : ,_ No. 4 $100,000 BOND ISSUE County Comasuloners Aathorize Election on Nay 24th In the last issue of the Meagher Republican there appears a notice for a special election to be held on May 24th to vote upon the propo sition to bond Meagher county in the sum of $100,000, the proceeds of the sale of such bonds to be used in the erection of a new court house. While an inkling of the preceedings of the last meeting of the county commissioners had reached the ears of the public, the notice above referred to is the first official announcement that the commissioners have embarkel upon an era of frenzied finance. The entire proceedings are of such a ludicrous nature that it hardly permits of a candid and impartial consideration, and were it not an insult to the intelligence of the taxpayers of this county to at tempt to saddle sueb a burden upon them at the present time, we would give this questi...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 21 April 1911
SThis HIan o - 911 Ki Of SSpee o- . From Our Varied Stock of General Merchandise 1911Save These Tickets C S hield I Bo and Kit Of i meterd oT ols I You will Receive a Ticket with Every mFrom Our Varied Stock of General Merchandise Save These Tickets I rYou May Get the Automobile OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE IN EVERY LINE AND CASH TICKETSWILL BE GIVEN ON ALL PURCHASES OF FI! LINES OF Groceries Barbed Wire Builders Hardware '" .-... Hardware Wagons Undertaking : : Dry Goods Lumber Spring WagOns Furniture Building Paper Garden Seeds I Boots and Shoes Glass Seed Grain i Hats and Caps Oils Flour Harness Paint Chicken Feed Rumely Oil Traction Engines Full Line A ricultural Implements Ground Oyster Shells aOur Prices are Lower than Ever...Begi now to Save Your Tickets : I i 7 ' i" 1 2ii i .. . . . . .L . . . . . . . ... . ..