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*ei ply nt d lovets tot the
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inge. od0 e::ll 5.bod roe bouse
ive n 1.ue va12x3y Twia they five
tall J.e' brain h thres. Will ret:
f~eor $ . month or sell for $4,500,
part oath and easy terms on bal
Oce. See John Mcarland, box 36.
B. H. Sprague Qf Minneapolis,
Minne;o2a, ecompanied by his
wife aid et l5o daug iterso spht se
eval days ie Harlowton thib week
i a civil engieer In the eplo e
of the Miwaukee, atnd at one fime
was statioiied h ere at which time
be .madie maney frieds here. -
Catholic sJervices. Masses 1st
and 3r Supnday of each month at
8 and i0.30 a. m.p Benediction of
most a3nessed sacrament at 7.30 p.m.
Passen r bound for points in
the Gallatin valley via the Galla
tin Valley branch of the Mndilwan
(ee areinforimted that they must
ake train Ido. 83 leaving here at
10:35 m. . :if they ould mnike the
San anerBti enet dthire nforks.
ninsula Planished Steel Ranges Space forbids us to tell you about the many
enin u a good things in our grocery department, and the very low prices at
Shavebeforethestore buyin which they may be secured. Our stock is new, wholesome and sani
Thesera ges have been before the store buying tary. We have no decaying goods to unload at sacrifice prices. We
public for 3 years. Before the people of Harlowton and want you to inspect our stock and get acquainted with the exceptionally good
"vicinity for S years. Peninsular Ranges have made a remarkable record, values that our customers receive every day in the week.
that stands as a testimonial to their material and construction. A plain, VANCAMP'S PRODUCTS
handsome range, easy to clean and care for, perfect ventilation of linings & No 1 Pork and beans in tomato ,auce regular Full 16 oz, size catsup, regular price 30c,
oven, white porcelain lined or copper reservoir tank finished; fire box is price 15c, Special Ioc Special 20C
properlyproportiohed and adapted for any fuel. Ovens are large and squiare, bottom and No. 2 Pork and beans in tomato sauce, regular Assorted Soups, regular price 15e,
price 20c, Special 1 5c Special ioc
r: h available for aking. Every- Peninsular, range is guarianteed or money refunded No, 3 Pork and beans in tomatoa sauce, reg. No. 10 size Worcester sauce, per
SLargeassortment always on hand. Wewillbuy your old range or take it inexchange ular price 25c, Special 20C can $1.25
RICHELIEU CALIFORNIA FRUITS
. e vii . It is needless'to say that ('Richelieu" signifies the very choicest of the California product,
pickled and packed under the most scientific and sanitary conditions. As an inducement. to
We carry a complete stock of this -superior make of pumps, suitable to any those-that may not be familiar with "Richelieu" goods'to get acquainted, and to the already
pth ~ofwell, ;fo~r hand windmill or gasoline engine. Also galvanized well many admirers of Richelieu products, we are making a special offer this week
California Apricots in halves, reg- 25c California Green Gage Plums, regular 25C
ing, pipe, ad pump rod, brass and, brass lined cylinders, all sizes; repairs niar price 35c, special price 35c. special
all kinds of ttings. The Red Jacket is absolutely guaranteed againstfreezing caliornia Yellow Free peaches, rcgu- 25c 25 dozen Richclieu No. 1 Sliced Pine 15c
That season of the year will soon arrive for the replacing of that old lar price 35e, special A pple, regular price 15e, special 2 for
arnlss set of harness with a new set. We have on hand at all times a corn- GREAT BIG GOLDEN ORANGES
i e so a pleteassortmen t of all leather harness raning low us 2in perfrom $40 totch Manp have lost their taste for oranges due to the extremely high prices that have pre
der set also cembination chain and leather harness as low us $24 per set. Scotch vailed during the past year. Now is the time to regain it. Large ripe juicy ones, reg- 30c
nofeoer collars, the guaranteed kind or money back. Collar pads, strap work, check lines, ular 40 cent ones, Special per DozenU
bridles, hames, traces, harness leather, horse blankets,ý robes. The best medium priced FLOUR! FLOUR!
saddles to be found in the state, prices $27.50 to $40.
.i -The only place in Uarlowton to buy- Many people enter our store and ask why we don't sell as cheap as Mr. So-and-so in
S Blating rowp er- Dyirnamite Casp, Fuse and Blacksnith Coal Butte. We would invite your attention to Lutey, the biggest advertiser in Butte, an exclusive
A spl.did le of M :ortise worth 75 and 85 cents, closing out at ... . cash merchant.' Their price on 49 lb. best flour is $2.00. We 'sell you 49 lbs. "Five Roses,
p d e o oor 5 and85 ents, losthe best that scientific milers can make, made in Harlowton from Meagher county $140
es ta ds, s.il. s, Mattresses, Trunks, Suit Cases hale wheat, every sack guaranteed. Every day in the week
We Handle T ohy Afalfa Baled Hay, Oats, heat and Mill Fees
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Hal10`,, ro e
l ad\ MI&& Hrrt aw ,,
nyeine havin i the ticket hum-e
braen3gin honor atof her. and Rob
ýI ertsonpgue. Fie an d iget thes
Slatye that was venn wa at, ther
i::.;Theenitertinment committee of
Anyone having the, ticket han
iboried 3,591 call.t the A. F. Roke f
ertsoifewey sto t re and get thext
ameetich He has given ated andt thell
Chrisfoe ,acraquaintances v ill be
.plea~ed t ,hear lim.,
S'rGet .our· ::nioey;s worth by at.
'tending the, picture' show a' the
nR Shon f~ Wf'iiles Ci y, both claim
agents ertaiinnthe employ of the il
watkee, were in rtHarlowton hast
uesdayown to adbusiness contsneted
withl their department..
seeus, we have money Lynn byat
S. M. Sleasman of Fish Creek
was a visitor in town MIonday and
Tuesdaing. attending the armt thers'
Institu e. He says wintera wheat
looks fine where it was lowut in
G. B. Perkins, Undertaker and
Embaemer. Hearse in oney. Lyneion &
W. M. Healmay of Melille, Creekwaa.
Harlowton visitor Wedn n.on day.
Tur Headley is one ofnding the nFarmew hors'
steaders that h it was put sin(.
coming to Montana.
Money to loan, houses to rent
.on reasonable terms. Stue W. U.
etn Illinois aid Florida He and
his wife vis1td several days in Ji
linois and then proceeded on'i their
way to Fldridh where she .ill re
ijmain for the winter. Don says he
had. a splendid:; time while away
and saw lots of beauttiful country
bitt there:is tio place like old Mon
Good typewriter for sale. Lynn
tUmhoults Bros. in singing, dane
ing, harp an,, saxaphone playing,
will appear lat the Ruby Theatre
tonight and omorrow night. They
wake ther )im of having the larg
est harp in tije world. This should
be--a fine a traction to lovers' of
Dr.' P. Thomson, resident
dentist; Harlowto . Mont,-adv.
It is reported front Fergus coun
tv farmers ihi the eaist end of the
county are seeding oats. This is
due to the very mild weather over
there and is _a remarkable condi
tion of affairs for central Montana
at this time rof the year;
Watch 'Marshall's windows for
F. E. Sarboe, who has just re
turned from a visit to Minnapolis,
was in town a few days this week.
He left yesterday for his home
stead near Custer, Montana. The
studio will Ih closed until his re
turn in about two weeks.
M11yt, , ioin Smith .appeared at
the o,,pra house Wednesday night
and umustified, a good sized audi
encuI I1 wl :i good show.
Mr. anld Mrs. A. K. Edmunds
have purchasi'd a home on the flat
and ane now :enjoying life under
their own vine and fig tree.
Sv isting his Sister, Mrs. I. S. MC
Qt itty, for ten days or two wees:
Mr. Kyger used to woirk here in the
ianl ihine shops anrd has a number
of friend bei-e who are glad to see
The Iarlowton Grocery Com
pany gets in the game this week
with a half page ad. Buyers will
find alhigh class lot of goods at this
stoire and will be weir paid fors
watching their future announce
ments in this paper.
Marian 'Smith and Lena Handy
entertained in honor of Dorothy
Poindexter last Saturday afternoon
at the home of Miss Handy. The
afternoon was spent in playing
games after which a fine lunch
The Ladies' Aid of the Presby
terian church will have a meeting
at the church parlors nest Wed
nesday afternoon at 2:30 for the
purpose of tieing comforts. Mrs.
Marshalls Busy Corner advertise
their third "Push' and Progress"
sale in this issue. This is a clear
ance sale and close buyers will do
well to read it over.
A.' J. Dreyer, who is the archi
tect for the new hotel now being
erected at Ryegate by G. H. Bab
cock, was in Ryegate this week
looking over the work.
W. H. Wilson of Chicago, has :1,
cepted a position with Attor,'
R. N. Jones as stenographer. NMr
Wilson is a brother of Mrs. Chain
Alma Bergquist and Mary Grave
left yesterday evening for St. PY
where they will visit for a sh,"
The Toggery is headquarters foi
Jack Ross of Bercail, one of the4
old timers, in fact, came here inl
?the , early seventies, was visiting.
A. Berg of Lennep, formerly em
ployed at the Wilke-Dreyer Hard
ware O)mpany, was in town Wed
Hart, Shaffner & Marx clothes
for men in ready-to-wear or made
;to measure at the Toggery.-Adv.
A T. Anderson has taken office
room with J. V. Kelly in the Mon
tana block, where he may be found i
in the future.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Boist. ex
pect to leave Monday for Arizona
where they will spend the winter.
A. A. Morris, local representa
'tive of the Northern Pacific Rail
way company in the sale of its
ilands in Meagher, Fergus and Mus
s;lshell counties, will until further
notice, visit Harlowton every Sat
urday for the purpose of preparing
applications for the purchase of
Northern Pacific Railway lands.
Anyone desiring to purchase or
wishing information as to the
terms of sale, may consult the rep
resentative who will be found at
the Graves hotel at all times be
tween the arrival of train No. 15
and the departure of tra!n No. 16
AUCTION Farm Horses PRIVATE
EVERY For Sale SALES
From 5oo to xooo head of horses constantly on hand, including large Draft Horses, Driving
Horses Delivery Horses, Farm Chunks, Farm Mares, Saddlers and Mules. Every horse
hitched and tried before sale. If you want one horse, a team or a car load, come to
BARRETT & ZIMMERMAN'S RSEAT MIDWAY
Take l and St. Paul car from either cit. ST AU M NNET
.Take Mpla. and St. Paul car from either city. ST, PAUL, MINN.
on Saturitdays onl. At' thoer ties
call on, or , write, tor ;. A:. Mo..ri:,
First National Bank Bltd. Rtbotd
Ten Cents per Line First nsertion:, -'
Subsequentinsertion Five Cents G per :line
MUSICIANS ATTENTION -
Those interested in band or orehes
tra will receive valuable informa
tion by writing H. B. Marstan. 923
7th ave. north, Great Falls, Mont.
LOST-A black seal muff, It
was left in the waiting room of the
depot, Sunday, December 28, 1913.
Liberal reward for its return to
the Harlowton Drug Co.
Nichols & Logan
Contractors and Jobbers
We do all kinds of repairing
and new work. Have us
figure on your next job
Located in the
OLD CURTIS BUILDING