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To our Customers
respectfully ask Good Kitchen Range Ranks First in the heart of the home.
your considera- A Your wife will walk right out of the "Heart of the Home" into your
tion of the following: arms if you will put a 'Sunlight Range" into her kitchen for Christmas.
Have it there Christmas eve and you will spend the most joyous Christmas of your life. And the joy will last the whole life, for joy is a permanent guest
where you find a contented wife und meals well cooked. Why should the man of the house ask his wife to labor over a small, imperfect stove in her everlast
ing and faithful effort to please her husband? Christmas time now and we are willing to make the burden much lighter for the provider by putting the prices
on our ranges down to a point easily within reach of the most conservative purchaser. We have the largest stock of ranges to pick from, each one carrying our
"Absolute Guarantee" at the following prices for
30 DAYS ONLY
IiiO SOIlNI 0AI1i[ with Res. I hih dosd 3$6.7) 64-4 SilllT Ri1G with high (Iost ooly $29.00
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Stevens, Dreyer Hardware Company
Only Exclusive Store
The Harlowton News
A. Hi. EISELEIN. Editor and Publisher.
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Entered as second*class matter August 2d,
1906. at the postoffce at Harlowton, Montana,
under the act of couaress of March 3d. 1879.
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J. B. Koehler was an over night
visitor at Harlowton Thursday.
Roy Bitner spent Friday in Harlow
Ralph Ford Johnson of Chicago is
visiting at the Koehler home.
H. D. Barclay relieved Mr. Rowan,
as operator at the C. M. & P. S.
station, December 0th.
On account of the amount of busi
ness an all-night servAca has been
established at Hotel Ryegate.
The new school house is complete
and ready for opening Monday.
F. S. Akin's restaurant in course of
construction will be ready for service
in the near future.
D. W. Smith and wife have moved
to Harlowton tot the winter.
Charles Baine of Nebraska is visit
ing his sister, Mrs. W. H. Gilmore.
Mr. A. J. Redeski arrived last week
from Minnesota to establish his resi
dence on his homestead south of town,
where he also owns a section of land.
Mr. Redeski is building a house 32x32
and a barn 40x60. He expects to
receive three carloads of stock in a
The "Ryegate Merry Makers Club"
enjoyed their second sleigh ride Sat
urday night. The evening was spent
at the home of Thomas Dorsey. A
very pleasant time was reported.
The sound of wedding bells along
with Christmas bells are reported in
Mr. Welse of Big Coulee was trans
acting business in town today.
Otis Olisen of North Dakotaislook
ing for a location in Ryegate.
Everything looks good for a good
year in 1910. It was reported that
there were thirty eight new houses in
sight from a point near town.
F. S. Akin has purchased the-entire
livery stock of Dr. A. F. Brown and
is now prepared to do a first-class
The Exhibit Car.
Omaha, Nebr. Dec. 11, 1900.
Mr. Elselien, Harlowton, Montana.
Dear Sir:-When visiting your city
last July and August makingarrange
ments for grains, grasses and vege
tables for the C. M. St. P. & C. M. &
P. S. Ry's. exhibit car, I at that time
promised to write you.
The exhibit car was hecorated with
the grains and grasses, vegetables
and other products from your state
at the Milwaukee shops at Milwaukee,
Wis. The car opened its doors to
visitors at Milwaukee, Wis., Sept. 13th
during the Wisconsin State Fair from
there the car was at Sioux City, Iowa,
week of Sept. 20th, during the Inter
State Fair week and at Mitchell, S.
D., week of Sept. 27th, at Corn Palace.
Since leaving Mitchell we have been
in the southern part of S. D., South
ern Minnesota and in Iowa.
The car creates a great deal of
interest in the towns that we visit
and surely will be a forerunner for a
large immigration to your section of
Montana. I am inclosing you itinery
of the car for the next six weeks. If
you see fit to publish it you may do
so and respectfully inviting any of
your subscribers in calling their at
tention to the car to pay it a visit at
their home town in the east. I remain,
Yours Very Resp'y,
0. D. TIBBETTS.
Below is itinery for the Chicago,
Milwaukee & St. Paul and the Chica
go, Milwankee & Puget Sound Rail
way's Exhibit Car No. 163, for Dec.
and Jan.( 1909 and 1910.
Dec. 8 to 18, Omaha.
20, Manilla, Iowa.
23, Charter Oak.
Jan. 3, Dedham,
4, Doon Rapids.
" 10, Lohrville.
11, Rockwell City.
13, Albert City.
" 19, Redtield.
" 26, Perry.
L. W. Curtis was up from Roundup
W. C. Husband was a business
visitor at Twodot Tuesday.
'Home Brand," Can Goods, the
world's best, at Marshalls.
A. H. Eiselein, the News man, was
a Twodot visitor Sunday.
Montana gold rings, at Robertson's
D. A. McIntosh from Dorsey was in
town Sunday and Monday.
J. W. Fergus from Lewistown
visited In town Monday of this week.
Ceretana flour-none better at
The Roundup Record came out
with a creditable Christmas edition
Ask for "Snow White Flour," iHar
lowton Grocery Co.
When your pipe don't work call at
the Bon Bon.
L. Swanson, the practical mechanic,
went up to Judith Gap Wednesday
where he has several days work.
"Gold Seal" rubbers and over shoe.
J. J. Fisher, who has been visiting
with his family here since Thanks
giving, returned to Townsend Satur
day to look after his mining interests
at that place.
Men's fur coats, at the right price
If you want good groceries go to
the Harlowton Grocery Co. and ask
for the Richelieu Brands.
M. H. Graham came down from
Lennep Sunday. Mr. Graham was
up to Lennep to look after the con
struction of the telephone line from
that place to White Sulphur Springs.
Home Brand Can Goods, the best,
A Twodot young man by the name
of Schullz was kicked in the mouth
by a horse in the livery barn at Too
dot last Sunday forenoon. The lower
jaw was crushed and several teeth
were knocked out.
H. S. Hussey, formerly working in
the Butte Miner, has accepted a
position as manager of the Nens
job department. Mr. Fisher, %ehi
to the present time has presided mer
this department, has taken over lile
management of the advertising.
Richelieu Brands at the [larlou ton
Grocery Co. Try them.
I Will Make a Splendid CHRIRTMAS GIFT
TO YOUR FRIENDS BACK EASTI
Julen er nar Ve inbyder der
for alle og enhver, som kom
mer til Harlowton, at se ind
om vor butik, forend I gjor
Vi garenterer hinsynsfuld
behandling og rimelige priser.
Dreyer & Kalberg