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COME ALONG WITH THE COASTING PARTY
FOR PLEASURE AND PROFIT
There's a lot of pleasure in coasting when the sleds shoot down hill like streaks of light
ning; with everybody laughing and cheerful. There's a big ooasting oarnival going on in
this store just now. Prices have coasted down hill-down, away down-down below the
level of cost. At these figures it's a frolic for you, indeed, to stock up your wardrobe. BUY
There's plenty of wear yet for these goods this season and also next. There's hardly a
woman whose wardrobe is always complete. It's no extravagance to have a waist, skirt
or cap for each week day. It makes them last longer and look better. It will also pay NOWA
you to change waist, skirt or cap frequently. Clothes need restthe same as humans,
animals, 'ools and everything else.
*1N.)0 Perale ,,aits. Very neat and $75 cents. Ladies', Misses' and Childrens
excellent ererls. ;ale Pce $50 cap cs tuamlls and hoods. New winter styles 40C
exce~llenlt ,,eravrs. .tltle Pr~'CC ae rc
Some even lower. DO
$2 50 Sheer Lawn white waists. Very $1.50 $i.00 Ladies Ecru net waists You know
pretilytrimmed. Sale Price they are handsome things and are $4.00
much wanted. Sale Price
$4.50 All linn-white waists. Very * 5.00 Ladies' black Taffeta silk; new styles- NOT
handsome. Excellent wearers. Silo price$2 .50 they are always. wanted $3.25
BEST SKIRT SALE OF SEASON
Tne noted Maderite Skirts, there are no b-tter skirts made than those that go out to the highest class
retail sires of the country tromn celebrated W. P. & Co. They n~ake only for first-class stores. Tbe colors
are good, all the materials excellent. buttons, sewing, cutting fitting, patterns, style-everything tip-top- AT
ani tlhat describes these skirts to aT. All are brand new. We would sincerely advise getting here as early
as pus~ible before the assortment is broken, as they will go very quickly. Price range from $2.65 up
MARSHALL S THE BUSY STORE
PHILIP I. MOULE
C. N. FRIDAY
F. P. MARRS
TO THE PUBLIC It
Showing increase of Business of the Business
Musselshell Valley National To
Bank . Attend
AT CLOSE OF BUISNESS NOV. 27 1908 TO
iLoan and ()verdrafts ............ $1)9,022.105 C mer
I . S. IBnds and 'remiums........ 12,843.75 Customers
Banking Ihouse, Furniture and Wants
F'ixture. ......................1,92.t .97
Real Estate ........ ..........1,200.00
Cash arid Sight Exchange........ 23,995.69 Do
TOTAL .................... $58,988.46 A
Urldivided Profits................330.11 Banking
l)ue to Oiliher National Banks.....4,390.39 Business
I)eposits .... ...................... 9,2 7.96
F TOTAL ................. $58,988.46
AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS. JAN. 27, 1909 Banking
Loan.s and Overdrafts......... ...$47,37:3.72 Hours,
[. S. l(.onlds and I'reniiums......12,843.75 9 a. m.
Banking hI-oue. 'Furniture and
Real Estale .....................1,200.(00 4 p. m.
('ASII and SICT EXCIIANGE.... 37,347.20
capital . ................... $35,0 .00 P ay
t:lli'idiel I'rolits.......... ...8..56 & Sat. nights
I)EI'tS ITS ............. ........ ... 68,037.55
6 p. m. to
TOTAL...........$103,870.11 9 p. m.
Showing Inmcreatue Is
Nov. 27 '08 $29,267.96
Jan. 27 '09 68,037.55
Total of Business
Nov. 27 '08 $58,988.46
Jan. 27 '09 103,870.11
A "Merry Widow" House.
Merrlam. Kan., Is to have a "Merry
Widow" house. Jim Campbell, pro.
prietor of the general store at Merriam,
is preparing to bhlld a house of nature
stone which is to cost X3.100. "We call
it a 'Merry Widow' house." said Mr.
Campbell, "because the eaves will
project beyond the walls such an un
usual distance that in appearence it
will resemble these 'Merry Widow'
hats that the girls a.e wearing."
Coal Gas Substitute.
Dannert gas is the name given In
Germany to a new substitute for coal
gas. It is made from oil and coke, and,
while not unlike water gas, It is much
cheaper to produce.
Convicts For Outdoor Art Work.
Two hundred convicts will be em
ployed in building the north and south
state road near Oklahoma City. Okla.,
in which unusual attention will be paid
to secure artistic landscape effects.
The road will run along the Arkansas
river and other streams, with particu
lar attention to securing good views.
Along the foot of the creek and Chero
ke hills curves will be laid out for the
purpose of showing the natural beaut
of th. country.
CAR JUMPS THE TRACK.
One Man Killed and Several Other
St. L.ouis, June 8.-One man was
killed, three persons were fatally in
jured, and two score of others were
more or less seriously hurt when a
suburban street car hound for this
city from Greve Coeur lake jumped
the track and pitched ten feet over an
embankment. The car was running
at a high rate of speed when it
struck a sharp curve.
The accident occurred two blocks
west of the city limits.
The car was filled with passengers,
half of them women and children, re
turning from the picnics at the lake.
Many women were taken from the
wreckage, unconscious and bleeding.
One child's throat was cut from ear
to ear, supposedly by flying glass.
Seven 'terrorIsts Ilanged.
St. Petersburg, March 2.-The seven
terrorists, including three women, who
were condemned to death by a court
martial for complicity in a riot again.'
the lives of Grand Duke Nicholas
Nicholaievltch and M. Chtcheglovltoff,
minister of justice, were hanged at
Lissy Noes, opposite Kronatadt.
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Abnut ~Jnuriirf aen d giigbrn
Read Marshalls ad this week and
White House and Home Brand Co
fee at Marshalls.
Bell Flower Apples $1.50 a box a
"Coles" Ori¢inal Hot Blast heaters
at Stevens-Dreyer Hardware Co.
The Popular Piano is the Hamilton.
28tf At W. S. Smith's Lewistown.
We carry EVERY Edison record in
the catalogue. EMIL SaXL.
Valuable statistical information
free, lowest rates and strongest corn
panies Life and Fire Insurance that
insures. See Stephenson, office Main
Street east of Postoffice. 25tf
Read Marshall's ad.
Bring your job work to the News
Ladies waists at cost at Marshalls,
while they last.
Buy a Cap, Tam or Htod at Mar
shalls sale, at cost.
Say, I sell the earth-small parcels
or large chunks. R. B. Stephenson,
office Main St., east of Postoffice. 25tf
C. F. Wiggs, representing a Chicago
house, has been in town this week
selling sheep sharing outfits.
R. A. Andrews, came in from Bil
Owl creek coal $8.50 per ton de
livered. J.J. Hall, dealer. Phone 12.
Harlowton livery stable.
Regular services will be held in the
Urner hall Feb.6th as follows: morn
ing service at 10:30 with Sunday
School following, Evening Service at
7:30, Subject of Sermon the"Complet
ing power of Faith."
D. B. Ralston, Pastor.
C. W. Cooper, a traveling, man
whose home is in Lewistown, but who
represents a St. Paul house made the
Lou Weber, whose rrnch is on Care
less Creek, came in Tuesday.
Two of Roundup's most popular
young people paid us a visit this week.
They were May Backey and Homer
Mr. A. T. Anderson arrived from
A bouncing baby boy was born to
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Stevens on Tuesday
of this week. Both mother and son
are doing well. Ben is tickled green
and smiles blandly as he hands out
A flremen's meeting will be held
Monday night at the Urners Hail
after the adjournment of the Mussel.
shell Valley Business Men's Associa
tion Meeting, all interested are re
quested to attend.
A new line of Signet and metalized
rose hat pins at A. F. Robertson's
Across street form Post Office.
Don't forget the business men's
meeting in the Urner Hall, Monday
Dr. Cabbage is now in Kendall.
L. Gottliel, of Butte is the name of
the new tailor.
Fred Geyser has been on the sick
list for some time.
Attorney L. D. Glenn arrived home
from Eutte Monday.
E. A. Hartman, representing a
Chicago establishment made the
Joe Kidd, who had been visiting his
many friends in town returned to his
home in Castle, the first of the week.
Frank Goss, Manager of the Elec
tric Light and Watet Co, made a
business trip to Lewistown, Monday.
Several from here went to Lewis
town Tuesday to hear Gov. Hanley
give his lecture on "The Patriolism
M. M. See, from Spokane an' agent
for a chemical fire engine similar to
ours, witnessed the test made Sunday
A. F. Robertson, the jeweler, has
been absent the past week on a com
binerd pleasure and business trip to
the twin cities.
Rev. J. Phillip Anshutz, the Epico
pal Missionary for this district visited
here during the first of the week. He
left here for Judith Gap, from there
he went to Billings.
Bert Mecham, and his son George,
residents of old Roundup, but former
ly of Harlowton came in from the
east Tuesday and visited with old
friends. They went on to Lewistown
to attend court.
Word has just been received from
P. I. Moule, president of the Mussel
shell Valley National Bank. Mr.
Moule is in Portland, Oregon. He
states that the weather is now very
mild and healthful.
Those from here who took in the
Band dance at Roundup Saturday
night were: Engineer Sprague and
his wife, Miss Elenora Anderson and
G. C. Moore. They returned Sunday
and report a splendid time.
D. M. Donaldson, of this town re
turned the first of the week from a
pleasure trip to St. Paul. While
away he visited Roundup, Forsyth,
Miles City and Easby, N. D. He
states that he had a dandy trip. His
buil terrier made the trip with him
and hlie says hlie is a mighty good chap
to have along.
George Williams, the sheriff of
Meagher county, for whom every per
son has a good word came in from
White Sulphur Springs last Saturday.
He returned Sunday taking with him
Harry Gunn, who pled guilty to the
charge of assault and was sentenced
to 90 days in the county jail.
Old timers say that the present
winter is the average Montana win
ter. They say that the cold snap of
three weeks ago was extraordinary.
If these statementsare correct then
the winters of Montana are much
milder and more pleasant than those
of tile sister states farthler east.
White Art Velveteen at Marshall's.
3WI FIPE -ETB
(Continued from first page)
0. J. Stevens
C. N. Friday
setting 2 o'clock p. m. Jan. 31st as a
trial run of the department with the
chemical engine in the fire hall and
under the care of Fire Chief Blethen.
The following persons have been se
lected and from this list, the brigade
will be chosen:
B. B. Blethen, Chief
J. J. Hall
G. C. Perkins
W. O. Straight
George Gannon, Assis't Chief
JUDITH GAP NEWS
items Clipped From the Judith Gap
Yesterday Old Winter tried hard to
assert his rights, but he showed un
mistakable evidence of having a ser
ious kink in his back, indicating that
his spinal column is pretty well shat
About a million pounds of wool
have already been contracted to be
delivered to eastern partios by the lo
cal wool growers from this season's
clip. The contract price has been 20
Stanley's dray team became fright
ened at the approach of the passenger
train Friday and started to run away.
The horses slipped on the ice at the
depot and fell on each other, breaking
the harness, but otherwise no damage
The Milwaukee has decided to drop
the name of Ubet and substitute
therefore Judith Gap. This is the
first intimation Judith Gap people
have had that the Milwaukee has a
friendly feeling for the town. Now
if the officials will make the connec
tion at the Y, everybody will take a
trip to Lewistown, just to swell the
passenger receipts or that road.
It is a Wonder,
Chamberlain's Liniment is one of
the most remarkable preparations yet
produced for lame back, sprains and
bruises. The quick relief from pain
which it affords is alone worth many
times its cost. Price 25 cents, large
size 50 cents. For sale by Lewellin
OUR PRICES ARE ALL LEADERS I
As the Following List Will Show
Dried Fruits, All "FANCY BRAND"
Prices per' 25 pound box
Apples $3.25 Pitted Plums $3.00
Peaches 2.75 Ralsens 2.35
Prunes 2.25 White Figs 2.25
Apricots 3.25 Half Pears 3.25
100 lb. lots 500 lb. lots
Pillsbury's Flour $3.75 $3.60I
Monarch " 3.50 3.25
Canned Goods, "EXTRA STANDARD"
Tomatoes $2.85 (]t Peas 52.65
Corn 2.26 .., Sauer Kraut 3.00
String Beans 2.50 ' Fruits, Mixed 4.50
SSPECIAL SALE ON CHILDREN'S and BOY'S HOSIERY
- We Wish to thank our at prons for favor3 shown Ls in
the past, and solicit a continuance of their business.
URNER MERCANTILE CO., INC. I
Capitol $50,OQO, Fully Paid
ONE PRICE TO EVERYBODY
od Cough Moli**.
Coughs, colds, croup and whooping
cough are promptly cured by Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy. There is
no better or safer medicine made as
it contains nothing that will injure
the smallest child. For sale by
Lewellin Drug Co.
Owl creek coal$8.50 per ton delivered
J. J. Hall, Dealer. Phone 12,Harlow
It will pay you to read the ads in
"Coles" Original Hot Blast heaters
at Stevens-Dreyer Hardware Co.
$25 Buys a nice drop head Sewing
Machine, at 28tf
W. S. Smith's, Lewistown.
'The unexcelled Baldwin Line of
At W. S. Smith's, Lewistown.
Forbes Leslie, from Flat Willow
transacted buiness in tow n Wednes
W. O. STRAIGHT
U. S. COMMISSIONER
Land Filings and yearly and Final
Proofs can be made Before me.
[arlowton, -- : - Montana
DR. S. K. CAMPBELL
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office: Main Street.
Harlewton, - Montana.
L. D. GLENN
& NOTARY PUBLIC
Will practice in all state and fed
eral courts. Conveyanc.;g and col
lections. Office next door to Mussel
shell Valley National Bank,on Cen
Harlowton, - - - Montana.
Harlow ton, Montana
Dr. E. V. CABBAGE
9:00 a. m., to 4:00 p. m.
Office in the Urner Block
Dr. A. M. KNIGHT
HARLIOWTON. - MONTANA
W. C. HUSBAND,
Will practice in all state and fe
deral courts. Conveyancing c1l
lections Corporation law and real
estate. Office over State Bank.
BRASEY & STACK
Late Register U. S. Land Office
Inquiries Promptly Answered
Offices: Laux Building
Lewistown. ------ -- Montana
KENT & SHANLEY
408 Hennessy Building, Butte Mont