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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 28 July 1911

SEED WHEAT If you want some pure, clean, Turkey Red Wheat for seed, call at thb ................ Montana Flour Mills a r owto n SOMETHING ABOUT YOURSELF AND NEIGHBOR " Sº_ Dr.P.E.Thompson, Resident Dentist Harlowton Miss Genevieve Beasley, of Lewistown, was a Harlowton visitor yesterday. Look at Marshall's big line of furn iture. Big money saved. County Attorney W. L. Ford of White Sulphur Springs transacted business in Harlowtown last Satur day and Sunday. White House and Barrington Hall coffee. Bakerized, steel cut coffee. At Marshalls. Thomas Tenney of DeSoto, Wis., is in Harlowtown visiting his son, B. A. Tenney, and family, Mr. Tenney expresses himself as being well pleased with Montana and our town. See our sanitary cheese cabinet, the only one in town. Harlowton Grocery Co. Workman have been busy the past week on the M. E. church building a steeple and installing a bell, which when completed. will add much to the looks of the edifice. Wanted-Table boafd with some private fami...

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. — 28 July 1911

Mens' Hats Mens' Straw and Cloth Hats, with shaped crown, leatherette sweats, made for service with good style, worth 35e to close out at 20c Silk Gloves LaIies' Silk Gloves in sixteen button length, with patent double woven finger tips, made from elastic silk. Comes in black or white only. Worth $1.50. now $1.15 Laces and Embroideries A big assortment of choice materials in linen, English \aleucienue, Torcheon, Nor mandy Valencienne, Nainsook and Hamburg Embroidery and Insertions. well finished edges. Regular Te. 8c and 1oc quality, at, per yard, 5c Fireless Cookes A scientific fireless cooker, with every purchase of $15 for $2.50 Coats and Pants Men's Army Khaki coats and pants. Pants have 2 front, 2 hip and watch pocket, double stitched leg seams, belt looks. ('oats have double stitched seam, detachable buttons, military cuffs, worth .1.73 each, now $1.25 Mens' Hose A good weight cotton hose with ribbed top, heavy heel and toe, color blue and brown mixed, worth 10c now four pair ...

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. — 4 August 1911

MEAtE CobtW ANAf OLD SRTLMW DAY, lARLOWTON, AUCUST 22, 23, 24 AND 28. Lbr The Harlowton News The ContinuswUo d The Musselshell News VoL. 6.. BARLOWTON. MEAGHER OO1UNTY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1911 No. 6 _ t No, GROWING ALFALFA ON DRY LAND Care of Land And Crop Professor Atkinson Gives Sug gestions on Growing Alfalfa on Dry Land. Professor Atkinson of the Mon tana experiment station has a number of suggestions to offer re garding the method of handling al falfa upon dry land. He suggests that the seed bed for alfalfa should be carefully prepared. The prac tioe of seeding this crop on new breaking has not brought success in getting a good stand the first year. For this reason he suggests that the land should be cropped for two or three years lgefore any attempt whatsoever is given to the growing of alfalfa. Briefly stated, the following suggestions will ap ply to the method of preparing the land for alfalfa: "Plow during spring or early summer to a depth of five or six inches and ...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 4 August 1911

The Harlowton News PUBLIsaHu BY The Harlowto Newspaper Ceapany TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Year........................$2.00 Subscription Payable in Advance. ADVERTISBNG RATES FURNISHEB ON APPLICATION PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY.' Entered as second-class matter Amt 3d. 1906. at the postoffice at Harlowton. aloltana. under the act of congress of March 8d 1i79. Subscribers who fall to receive their papers. will please notify this office. Subscribers destrlng 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 FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1911 HARRISON GRAY OTIS. Late Picture of the Owner of the Los Angeles Times. Photo by American Press Association. COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS ('ity ctouncil met in regular ses sin T'l'hursday night. Aug. 3, little other thanl routine business was transactCed. The following bills were allowed and warrants ordered drawn for same: L W Curtis, cyllnder and ...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 4 August 1911

Supplement to The Harlowton News Aug. 4, 1911 WHY LINCOLN GREW A BEARD, Woman Whose Suggestion as Ut tie Girl Changed Emanoipator's Face For History Now Tells About the Inoident. T HE woman who as a child of eleven was the direct cause of Abraham Lincoln's growing a beard is still living and is now a resident of Kansas. She is Mrs. Grace Bedell Billings now, but when in 1800 she wrote the note that led President Lincoln to wear a beard for the first time Wihe was Grace Be dell and her home was in Westfield, N. Y. Mrs. Billings' father was a Repubi. lican and had been a Whig prior tp the formation of the Republican party, and her two brothers were Democrats. One day during the campaign of 1860 her father brought home a poster which had on it pictures of Lincoln and Hamlin, candidate for vice presi MR. LINOOLN AS H ILOOKED IN 1860, WHEN BGRACER BEDELL REQUEBSTED BIM TO GROW A BEARD, AND AS HE LOOKED IN 1861, WHEN HE KISSBBED HBE AT WESTFIELD, N.Y. dent, surrounded by a rail fence. Chi...

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. — 4 August 1911

The Harlowton News I'UBLINSHD BY The Harlowton Newspaper Company TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Year.....................82.00 Subscription Payable in Advance. ADVERTIS'!NG RATES FURNISHED ON APPLICA ION PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Entered as second-class matter A t td, 1906. at the postoffice at Harlowton, Mo tana, under the act of congress of March 83 1179. Subscribers who fall to receive their 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 FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1911 HARRISON GRAY OTIS. Late Picture of the Owner of the Los Angeles Times. Photo by American Press Association. COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS ('ity council met in regular ses sion Thursday night, Aug. 3, little other than routine business was transa(cted. The following bills were allowed and warrants ordered drawn for same: L W Curtis, cylinder and rods f...

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. — 4 August 1911

Supplement to The Harlowton News Aug. 4, 1911 WHY LINCOLN GREW A BEARD. Woman Whose Suggestion as Lit tie Girl Changed Emanoipator's Face For History Now Tells About the Inoident. THE woman who as a child of eleven was the direct cause of Abraham Lincoln's growing a beard is still living and is now a resident of Kansas. She is Mrs. Grace Bedell Billings now, but when in 1800 she wrote the note that led President Lincoln to wear a beard for the first time the was Grace Be dell and her home was in Westfleld, N. Y. Mrs. Billings' father was a Repub. lican and had been a Whig prior tp the formation of the Republican party, and her two brothers were Democrats. One day during the campaign of 1860 her father brought home a poster which had on it pictures of Lincoln and Hamlin, candidate for vice presi YR. LINGOLiN AS He LtOOKED IN 1860, Wa. ORAOE BEDIEL BIE4UESTED BIM TO OROW A BEARD, AND As HE LOOKED IN 1861, WHEN HE KISSED HBER AT WIETFIELD, N.Y. dent, surrounded by a rail fence. Childli...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 4 August 1911

NEBRASKA PLANS VAGABONDS' CITY Western State Instti on May Solva a Soc!0a Problem. FAR FROM TOWN TEMPTATION Promoters of 8oheme to Reclaim Tramps, Drunkarde and Minor De linquents Think Ten Thousand Acre Tract Will Be Needed-Freedom Ob tained by "Making Good." A "city of vagabonds" is to be estab lished by Nebraska, and all tramps, drunkards or delinquents of other kinds who drift into that state will be in danger of being made citizens of the new colony. The "city" will not rob the peniten tlary of any of its prisoners, but is in tended to take care of that large class of unfortunates designated by profes sional charity workers as "below the poverty line." The bill creating the new colony is before the Nebraska legislature. It will be the first institution of its kind in the United States and as an experiment along untried lines is at tracting the attention of sociologists everywhere. No real criminals will be admitted to citizenship, only unfortu nates being accepted. Big Acreage ...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 4 August 1911

SELED WIHEAT If you want some pure, clean, Turkey Red Wheat for seed, call at the ............. Montana Flour Mills "' ~a." ' Mon n --- Eara New s SOMETHING ABOUT YOURSELFAND NEIGHBOR i i i i . il i llll m Dr.P.E.Thompson, Resident Dentist srlowton Winm. Burdo and daughter were in from the ranch yesterday. G. C. Perkins, Undertaker, Harlow ton, Montana. Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Webster drove in from their ranch yesterday. Curtis fixes those cuts in your tires. tf Have you written that "Montana Boosters' Letter" to be mailed Saturday? Roundup Coal $5.50 per ton de livered. Montana Lumber Co. James Norton and his daughters Marie and Catherine were in the city yesterday. "Neptuna", the girl that does the, deep sea dancing stunt. Nothing like it, Meagher County Fair, Aug. 22-65.. County Surveyor F. J. Spack has spent the past few days in and around Harlowton viewing new roads that soon are to be opened. The Roundup Fad is the leading haberdashery in Musselshell coun ty. The postoffice is next...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 4 August 1911

Mena' Hats Mens' Straw and Cloth Hats, with shaped crown, leatherette sweats, made for service with good style, worth 35c to close out at 20c Silk Gloves Ladies' Silk Gloves in sixteen button length, with patent double woven finger tips, made from elastic silk. Comes in black or white only. Worth $1.50, now $1.15 Laces and Embroideries A big assortment of choice materials in linen, English Valencienne, Torcheon, Nor mandy Valencienne, Nainsook and Hamburg Embroidery and Insertions, well finished edges. Regular 7c, 8c and 10c quality, at, per yard, 50 Fireless Cookes A scientific fireless cooker, with every purchase of $15 for $2.50 Coats and Pants Men's Army Khaki coats and pants. Pants have 2 front, 2 hip and watch pocket, double stitched leg seams, belt loops. Coats have double stitched seam, detachable buttons, military cuffs, worth $1.75 each, now $1.25 Mens' Hose A good weight cotton hose with ribbed top, heavy heel and toe, color blue and brown mixed, worth 10c now four pair f...

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. — 11 August 1911

ýý ... , , SY, HARLOWTON4 MLUST 22, 2), 24 AND 28. Rfat. Library Ne WS ThIke Qeadamnd4 M skel.hell New. VOL. 9. BARLOWTON. MUAGHNI 009fl4 MONTANA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1911 No. 7 NEW WEIGHTS AN MEASURE LAW Now In Effect Very Drastic Fine Ranges From $25 to $800 And Everybody Is included. Bettles Must Have Their Ca pacity Blown Into the Glass Monday it became a violation of the law "for any person or persons, firm or copartnership, corporation or association of persons engaged in trade of buying or selling, pur chasing or disposing of or dealing in any merchandise or commodities to any person or persons in the state of Montana without first having had the weights and meas ures, scales or measuring devices used by them for the purpose of determining the amount of any article or articles of merchandise, tested and a certificate attached thereto by the state sealer of weights and measurers or by seal ers of weight and measurers ap pointed by any municipal corpora tion in the state of Mont...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 11 August 1911

The Harlowton News PEYNLnISD BY The Harlowtem Newspaper Ceapey TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Year........................$2.00 Subscription Payable in Advance. ADVERTIBSNG RATES FURNISHED ON APPLICATION PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Entered as second-class matter Augugt 4d, 1006. at the postoffce at Harlowton. ! ,lan16 under the act of congress of March 8d. 1IFJ. Subscribers who fall to receive their Dpers. will please notify this oice. Subscribers desiring 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 FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1911 SBAWNUT NEWS Try the News Printery. George Bassett was a Barber visitor recently. Jake Forsyth has returned from Rutland, N. D. Postmaster Crawford was in Har lowton, Wednesday. Ed Jenizen and son, Nicholas, drove to Harlowton, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Webster were Harlowton visitors Thursday. There will be a social hop at one of the re...

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. — 11 August 1911

SEED WHEAT If you want some pure, clean, Turkey Bed Wheat for seed, call at the ................ Montana Flour Mills MrIlow:o:: SOMETHING ABOUT YOURSELF AND NEIGHBOR 4ý4e DrP.E.Thompson, Resident Dentist liarlowton Supt. Hood was over-seeing the local Milwaukee force this week. G. C. Perkins, Undertaker, Harlow ton, Montana. Erie Krohn left last Tuesday on the afternoon train for his home at Kewaunee, Ill. The Roundup Fad is the leading haberdashery in Musselshell coun ty. The postoffice is next door. tf Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Graves left last Sunday on the Olympian for a few days in Seattle. "Neptuna", the girl that does the deep sea dancing stunt. Nothing like it, Meagher County Fair, Aug. 22-65. R. J. Anderson returned Sun day from his trip west in the in terest of the Montana Flour Mills Co. Have you written that "Montana Boosters' Letter" to be mailed Saturday? J. E. Dickson, J. E. Hillman, H, M. Hogl, Len Weber and Dick McQuitty and several others from here took in the ball game a...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 11 August 1911

ABFAM' N. YODER PASSES AWAY Secretary of State Is Suddenly Stricken While on Outing at Unionville---High Tribute to His Character Paid by Col leagues-.Funeral Will Be Held Today at Helena. Helena, Aug. 7-Seized with an attack of heart failure while spend. ing Sunday at Unionville, Secre tary of State Abraham N. Yoder, after suffering two hours, died yes terday afternoon at 4 o'clock. The funeral, it was announced today, will be held Friday at either 11 or 2 o'clock, under the auspices of the Masons. Services will be con ducted at the Presbyterian church. Interment will in Forestvale cemetery. The law provides that his unex pired term shall be filled by ap pointment by the governor which will have the effect of changing from Republican to Democratic the majority complexion of the following state boards: board of examiners, furnishing board, board of prison commissioners, board of commissioners for the insane, and the Carey act land board. State officials, clerks at the capi tol build...

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. — 18 August 1911

fMfLt~#mANb OLb "TTL bAY, HARLOWTON, AIXIWT 2, S, 44 ANb *. gist. Library ý0( 1 N eW S LirayThe Harlowton Nw The Genjnwateg .1 The Muuselshell News VOL. 6. HARLOWTON. )EAGHER COUNTY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1911 No. 8 . Extra Voes Be Given Owifg Fair WeeK SHOW TRAIN HELD-UP Following a telephone communi cation from the county attorney's office at Butte, City Marshal Machin, accompanied by two depu ties, Sunday afternoon boarded the special train of the Northwestern Amusement company, enroute from Butte to Lewistown, at this place and took into custody Mil dred Randolph, an attractive young blonde, said to be but 19 years old. According to informa tion received here, the Randolph girl is wanted in the copper city. Telephone dispatches warned the local authorities to be prepared for trouble,, which, however, did not materialize. THE STORY BEHIND IT. A smuggling away of the Ran dolph woman at 3 o'clock yester day morning in an automobile from the Finlen hotel and hiding her in the ...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 18 August 1911

The Harlowton News PUILIsnlD ST The Harlowtea Newspaper Ceapany TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Year......................$2.00 Subscription Payable in Advance. ADVERTIISNG RATES FUfiNISHED ON APPLICA'I ON PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Entered as second-class matter August td. 1906. at the postoftice at Harlowton. Montana. under the act of congress of March 90. 1879. Subscribers who fall to receive their papers. wubscrbers dear ang ddress 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 FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1911 OFFICIALS ARE ENTERTAINED e ii Tuesday morning a party of Mil- t waukee officials and eastern capi- d talists arrived in Harlowton from c Great Falls by special train. They e were met here by Mr. and Mrs. p Paul VanCleve of Melville, who t took the entire party out to their elegant ranch home at Melville by f auto and entertained them at k luncheon. Those in the party f...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 18 August 1911

flew Off ical 1= Meagher Co Harlowton Fair Mont. 17_~ TI I FIRST DAY SECOND DAY THIRD DAY FOURTH DAY Tuesday, August 22 Wednesday, August 23 Thursday, August 24 Friday, August 25 1st Race-2:15 Pacing Race, Purse $300, 8 to 1st Race-2:14 Trot, Purse $300, 8 to enter and 1st Race-Free-for-All Trot or Pace, Purse $400, Free Barbecue dinner on Fair Grounds at noon. enter and 5 to start, heats, 3 best in 5, 5 to start, heats, 3 best in 5, money divided 8 to enter, 5 to start, money divided 50, 25, money divided 50, 25, 154and 10 per cent. 50, 25, 15 and 10 per cent. 15 and 10 per cent. 12:45-Speaking by Hon. W. A. Hedges, of 2nd Race-Half mile Free For All Running 2nd Race-1 mile Free-for-All Running Race, 2nd Raee-Two-thlrd Mile Free-for-All Runniig Lewistown and Hon. N. B. Smith, of White' Race, Purse $50, money divided $35 and $15 Purse $100, 4 to start, money divided 50, Purse $100, money divided F 0, 30 and 10 SuFpiur Springs. 3rd Race-Two-thirds mile Ladies' Running 30 and 20 per c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 18 August 1911

Mars and Atwood, Aviators, Are Prominent In the News One Day F~ i'T.....n. .} . +.'Y /7 t ost park, :he{ e h Photos copyright by American Press Association, 1911. Tr wo aviators, Harry N. Atwood and 0 ("Bud") Mars, recently played important parts in the news of one day. Atwood completed his re markable flight from Boston to Washington and after taking luncheon with the Aero Club of Washington went to Potomac park, where he had left his aeroplane, mounted it and flew to the White House. After flying directly over that historic structure he sailed to the Washington monument, a quarter of a mile away, circled around that shaft several times, occasionally going so close that it seemed his machine would hit the monument, then sailed away, rose to a height of more than a thousand feet, passed over the monu ment and dropped easily and gracefully to the White House lawn. He shook hands with President Taft, received a gold medal commemorating his flight from Boston, then mounted his machine ...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 18 August 1911

SEED WHEAT It yOU Want kome pure, clean, Turkey Red Wheat for seed, call at the................ Montana Flour Mills M'.rl "tn," i1ral Wrwn SOMETHING ABOUT VOURSELF AND NEIGHBOR Dr.P.EE.Thompsen, Resident Dentist larlowtoa J. V. Kelly was in Lewistown Thursday. Curtis fixes those cuts jn your tires. tf Mrs. Mary Wilson of Twodot was in Harlowton on business Mon day. G. C. Perkins, Undertaker, Harlow ton, Montana. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Robertson autoed over from Twodot to see Harlowton win the ball game. Have you written that "Montana Boosters' Letter" to be mailed Saturday? Ralph Robertson returned to Three Forks after a few days visit with the homefolk. "Neptuna", the girl that does the deep sea dancing stunt. Nothing like it, Meagher County Fair, Aug. 22-65. Del McGuin came in from Moore Saturday evening, going from here to Martinsdale to spent Sunday with his family on the homestead. Don't fail to see Alice, the fat girl at the Mergher County Fair, Aug. 22425. She wants to see you. Mi...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 18 August 1911

PROCEEDINGS Of the Board of County Com missioners of Meagher Coun ty. (Continued from third page.) ROAD VIEWERiS REPORTS In the matter of viewing and lo cating a certain road commencinr at the south east corner of the south west } of section 33-11-17, thence east to the south east corner of the south west } of section 34-11-17, thence to run south along the quar ter section to the south east corner of the south west } of section 3-10 17, thence east along said line as now laid out. The road viewers did not recommend this road, which report was accepted by the county com missioners. In the matter of viewing and lo cating a certain road commencing at the town of Hedgesville in Meagher county, thence due north to the sec tion line, thence due east on section line to the township line between t 8 n, r 18 e and t 8 n, r 19 e, which line forms the boundary between the counties of Meagher and Musselshell, the road viewers recommended that the road be constructed as far east to the intersec...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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