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Time carsd effective Mareti a1 Leave. (N. P. Ry Arrive. 7:10 a. m....... Helena:..... 7:0 p. m Leave. *(Mont. R. R. Co.) Arrive. b.0o a. m. ....Lombard.... 4:20 p. . 9'30 a. m.....Deer Park....3:48 p. m 9:50 a mi......Maudlow ....3:31 p. in. '0:06 a. m .. Josephine .. .3"16 p. n. ,0:19 a im .... Baker's......3:02 p. m. -0:49 a ý ......Sixteen..... 2:24 p. in. .1;20 a. m.......Minden......1:57 p. in 1:50 a. in.... ,o,'y s ... 1:30 p. in. 12:06 p. t..... ummnit....12:50 p. in. 12:46 p. m..... Lennep .....12:46 p. i. 1:54 p. ui....Martmnsdale . 11:39 a. m 2:27 p. m..... Tw.dot.....11:09 a. Ii. 3;10 p. m.....IIarlow ton....10:15 a. inm. 4:57 p. m.........Oka...... 9:43 a. In. 5:19 p. mi.......Ubet...... 9:19 a. m. 5:32 p. m..... Gaineill......9:05 a. m. 5:49 p. m....... Straw......8:47 a. m 6:13 p, m....... Moore......8:23 a. In 6:36 p. m......Glengary.....7:5i a. m. Arrive. Leave. 7:00 p. m.....Lewistown.... 7:35 a. im Passenger trains tally except sun da. Dinner at Summit: State Bank of HARLOWTON Capital $50,000, Fully Paid. OFFICERS Benj. Urner. President. S. A Shaw, Vice-President. W. O. Straight, Cashier. Safetyisthe Primary Aim General Banking business transacted. Interest allowed on time deposits. Foreign and domestic exchange bought & sold. Collections on all points promptly attended to. Safety Deposit Boxes FOR RENT I)IRECTORS. M. N. St evens, W. O.St ralght J. Labrle, .1. 11. Freezer, lenjanmin rner, S. A. Shaw, )Dr. H. iolloway. Correspondence Invited. T. E. KIRBY, Painter and Paper 1ar ger First-Class Work at a Fir-t-Class Price 1909 Wall Paper Designs WILL'S Why has our bustl 0 ness more than doubl. SEEDS ed in the past two Send for 26th at, AND nualcalalogof ee; TREESE thing for the farm, garden and lawn. You will fild many things that will interest vo,. between the beautifull covers of sev ne colors. Oscar H. Will & Co., Bismarck, N. D. FRED SCHWENZER PAINTER & PAPERHANGER If you want any thing done in the line of PAINTING, PAPER HANG ING or natural wood finish in any king of wood see me. Come and see the latest 1909 designs and styles in wall paper. Agent for American Wall-paper Co. HARL )W ON MONT Hutchinson CAYOTE AND WOLF KILER Guaranteed to do the Work or Money back. Better than Strychnine Surer than Cyanidei COSTS TWO CENTS A DOSE For Sale by H. E. MARSHALL Martinsdale, - Montana FOR SALE ,o000 Acre Sheep Ranch WELL IMPROVEI) CALL ON OR ADDRE88 A. C. GRAVES, Harlowtoa, ieat %4*s44t1 IDiiRD1 The Harlowton News A. Hi. EISELEIN, Editor and Publisher. t TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. t One Year............... .....02..i Subceription Payable in Advance. ADVcR'lIB:ING HATES FULNISHE ON APPLICA !ON Entered as second-class matter August Pdl. tint:. at the .ostutflte at H arluwton. aMci na. under the act of congress of March la. s,9P. Subscrltber who fall to receive their paper-. will please notitf, this office. n4bscrlbers des hirg adtl(lress. changed. please give former address. as well as new one. NOTICE Copy for change of advertising must be il this office by. Tuesday evenlung to receive the. proper attention The School. Sentiment. in Harlowton is Pract ic ally tnainimous that, a new substan tlal school should be built and mad; ready for occupalion for I he openini of tile school year beginning in Sep tember, 1909. The members of the school board have had the matter un der consideration for some time. Now the Commercial club has given thle project a new impetus by appointing a committee to draw up a resolutionr to be presented to the school board. and to incorporate in this resolution suggestions as to the clharacter of thlt building, the manner of financing the project and rccommending that. the natter of bonding the district be sub milled to a vote as soon as possible. With the school board and tihe busi ness men back of the project, there is now no doubt but that a good sub stantial school will be erected here during t lie coming summer. Can any person estimate tile advan tages to be gained by having a splen did school in the town? Is it possible to do anything at the present lime that will bring more direct, benefits and results than the erect ion of a school t ihat ill afford t he educat tonal advantages which rightfully belong to a thrifty people? The eastern in vestor, accustomed to the advantages afforded by good schools, churches and lospital, illn looking over tlie town naturally asks: "Where is your clhool? Have you any cihurches?" We give our lame answer. H;s ine citable conclusion is to move on to lowns that have these adiva:tages. If we expect men with families, and tIley are the kind we want to locate here, we must give themn to Ielilve that their children can enjoy suchl ed ucational facilities as are enjoyed by other towns of equal population. A good school in Harlowlon would en hancce the value of property to an ex tent that alone would warrant the expenditurc. The most economical kind of edu cation for children is that given, when the children can live at home. The safest, kind of education from the moral standpoint is tlhat given whan the boy or girl is under tlhe watchful eye of the parent. Wil. should people in this vicinity be com pelled to send their children t(. Helenr and Bozeman for bdtter schooling They are not to be censured for rt sorting to this practice now. Itseein necessary under the circumstances ii I he parents are to give their childrec a pruper education. It is a singular fact too that many children yet. in thi glades leave here every winter for th1 educational centers. We must erec a scrlool building wit h such modern equipment, as will induce parents t. send their children here. Keep t1ht children and the money that woulh. otherw ise be expended at home. Paans are underway to build sichi a scllool as w ill afford facilities for car ryingon high school work. If lhesi platns are consummated, there surel) will be no further need for sending schoo: children awa.y' until they are prepared for collegiate work or elsr thie parents desire that they atterin some religious school. Let us prepare for future growth. Let us build wisely and well. Let us begin an ed ucational center in Harlowton, such as will excite thie admirationi of neigic boring towns. The Emperor William has secluded himself a good deal since lhe critic isms so IIunspariligly made upon hill for his indiscreet uttelalnces on inter national affairs. It is iloi stated that lie Interlds to strike Itck at t lie German papers that have criticised him. He had better leave eel enough alone. The heart y receptlion accordeo him on his bhrlhiday sh. *e ,i that his populatity eas retur, ig 'an I criticisms have cea ed. It is alays .ell not to distrub sIhtepiing dogs, bu li e press will certainly be an akene again if lie throws sticks at it. An unexp., to . and by no means te. sirable fate s, ois to be thlreatening the "Garden Cities" started in. Eng land within the last few ,ears. Fad dists of all kinds appear to be making their home lin them. Letchi orth,onle of the prettiest of these cities, is said to be over ruo n tith suflragl:ts, anti suffragibts, ant i-t.baccoI islt. anti laccinal ionlls, anti-viviseec ion sts, socialasts, vegetarians, fiuiltarian,anld a host of others, sui', ly Iler cCa ie mlonoilony in life w, e.; su.ch condi tiuiis pltev4l . The wasteful manner in which tlisl Country is usng up its natural re sources is on a par with the action of the busineas man who each year m.akes a serious invasion upon hiscapl. tat. The result is disastrous in either .a se. In Russia lhe guver::iient chief of ,)ulice is accured of iteig a r volu .! lottery -py, and 1t h I a I -r .f the rev :),t lon, iona arty i a'cti d of being .ii the p..i ti tie g. V'ernmenit. What , ,.elighl iit l country it ilust be to live Doitest ic lroulies wultd be fewer and soon. r overcome if t hey were not to:d to rneigihbors, nothing is more ti.-astrn!s to the lhome life than tell ting e\very grievance Io o(t hers. San Fran.'isco i ill soon win back tiier old sit preitac3) as lithe country' .torm center or illmurder miysteries. PRLSs COMMENTS. A unusually large number of bills it Helena are Iil ed for billicide. Anaco ida Stantdard. If Judge Carft's. quest in Ohio and Illinoik for secretary of the treasury Stould prove fruitless, he might tnrt his attention to Montana.-Hlelena Re.trd. A. iH. Elselein, formerly of the Rounrdup Record, has purcthased tht Htarlowtin News and will preside ter thlie de.-tiinies of ihat lively sheet iter this. Brother E.il a good news ,aper man anrid e wish that fort une will smile upon him in "old Harlo." -Judith Basin Star. The best way to advertise Montan s to give a cor"ial anid liberal suppoit o Montana newspapers, and send them to your friends in the east. ithe well supported paper will be a •redit to Montana and will show what lie peouoe are doing, and lids is the kind of aulvertising Montana needs. When the people of the older states earn that Montana farmers frequenl !y take a crop off their land that is ( I more valrne than the land, they will not he slow in inaking up their mind 'hat Montana is a good place to come to.--Great. Falls Husbandian. Uncle Ira Cole of the Forsyth Times writes a whole pave of editorial squibs mvery wee-. Think of it, brethern of the press, seven cplumns at one sit ' Ing! And what is more it's all good. too. Occasionally--or we should sry -very week-we end something on tit irst page of The Times which is so nuch better than average countr% r. wspaper stuff that we are compelled to reach for the shears and "nip it." Here's hipoing the inspirat ion arid llt supply of pencils never gives out. We simply couldn't get alontt without The Tinme:.- 'arb:in Counrty News. EXI.CUTIVIE ()'FICE, Helena, Montana February 10, 1909 Mr A. H. Eiseleiln, Ed tor of the News. Il :rlowton, Montana. Dear Sir: I ha.ve received and ex arnined a copy of The Hir lowliit News, andl ii niuch'i imnressed by tihe paiper It is bright. neat, rnesy and progressive. You are startilng out upon a line of work that shourlld rtiake tie publicationii one ofi great benefit to your )pe1)p 0 anId section. The piss is a lmost lIote't factor in th,; ulpbuilinrg of a sti e, and I trust lthat the New- maiy nriot only be a 'liar low otn paper," but one whose influeuce.n tall good works will reach f.r bevo, ( the li.i i its of its inmiediate terrilory. i Yours truly. Etwi\ L. Nor: IS, (3tvlEstNOl Hinks-Yes, she's the limit! Why, I told her: "If you refuse me I'll be desperate! I'll get a rope and hang myself to the tree. in front of your house." Dinks-Well, what did she have to say about that? Hinks-She said" "Oh, please don't do it, d:ar! You know father doesn't want you hanging around here." SHOCKiNG PRANKS OF WICHITA FRAT GIRLS INVADE FASHIONABLE HOMES, THINLY CLAD, AND D4NCE IN PARLORS. Wichita, Kan.-The modesty ol many matron, and maids of Wichita's smart set rt ceived so rud, a jolt the other nigh. that it will be many weeks beforc 14 recovers. Consternation was caused in many fashionable residences by the sudden and silent appearance of four ghlirsh figures, clad in filmy gowns whi.ch did not leave their forms entireiy to be guesse(l at. Flitting from one house to another. the apparitions rang the door bells, and when the servants opened, pu.lh.ed quickly into the parlors. There, in presence of shocked families, they I'S They Flitted from House to House Performing Eccentric Gymnastics. went through many intricate and graceful evolutions that would have made a premiere danseuse jealous. They also performed some gyrations that were not graceful and made the spectators grow red in the face. At the home of a prominent mer chant one of the silent young women suddenly threw of her ghostlike wraps and revealed a bathing suit of a cut that would have attracted at tention at any beach. As the sons and daughters of the householders looked on speechless, she leaped on a chair and dived into a rug with thick folds, which did duty as the ocean. Their performances being finished, the strangely behaving actresses left as mysteriously as they had entered, carefully guarding their identity by masks covering the upper part of the face. Their parlors clear, the spectators rushed to the telephones and began to make inquiries as to the meaning of the occurrences of the evening. They ascertained that the four ec centric young women were members of good families and that their be havior had been forced upon them as part of the initiation ceremony of a certain sorority. "It was downright meani for the members of the fraternity to exact such embarrassing things of us," said one of the girls who had do.ie her stunt. "lint we promised to do our part, and we did it." They certainly carried out their part of the program to perfection, jidging from the angry comment of the peo ple whose homes they invaded. The sorority includes among its members only thdse of the highest so cial and school standing, and its mem bership is limited. Cupid in Box of Candy. Goshen, N. Y.-Thomas Fuller of this place, who is employed in a candy factory at Middletown, placed one of his cards in a box of candy early last summer. tie was surprised to receive a souvenir rost card in August which read: "Barre, Vt., Aug. 1908.-Dear Mr. Fuller: You see I like candy, and that is how I found your name. I like New York state, and would be glad to exchange post cards if you will. Yes? No? Very truly your, "MARY CANNON." Mr. Fuller replied to the card, and after the exchange of a few cards be tween them he began to write letters and to receive answers to them, with the result that they exchanged photo graphs and their engagement has just been announced. Hears Dying Father's Voice in Dream. Watertown, N. Y.-Flora Catlin, 20 years old, working on the Cleveland farm near here, declared that while in a deep sleep she heard the voice of her father, many miles away, call her in agonized tones and then received a few hours later a telegram announcing his death at Cardinal, Canada The girl's father was working in the Canadian town. At an early hour he was found unconscious, suffering from spasms, which lasted until ten o'clock, when he died. Old Man Kills Big Bears at Eighty. Oil City, Pa.-Capt. James M. Gay etty of this city, who is nearly eighty years old, returnd home the other day from a week's hunting trip in Forest- county, bringing with him a 250-pouhd b:ack bear, which he killed near Marienville. After a few (lays' rest the veteran hunt .r wi:l return to the wilds of Forest c ,Lut.n fibr two weeks' hunt, al id "omluises to a.ay at least two more bears. ...Harlowton Livery Stable... J. J. HALL, Prop. Satle Fine St. ble First-Class Accomodations for Hunt ing and Fishing Pa- ties. Telephone No. 12. - - iairlowton Mont THE BLUE RIBBON BOWLING ALLEY When you want to spend a pleasant after noon or eveni; g drop in at the BLUE RIBBON BOWLING ALLEY Billards, Pool, Bowling, CN4,i ctionery Cigars Tobaccos Lo er ('nt eral A v\en u, Acrrss }Iroi t he New ; raves Flotel . I The Beer That's Good THAT'S LEWISTOWN BEER At Hogle's, in Harlowton Ii The M. & W. Restaurant lTailrahe d SrK n of Montana H. Tracks. Regular Meals, 21 for $6.00 A Specialty of Short Orders The Best Service in Hllarlowton I PIONEER .lb Jrr;o ial Fa for h 1c I .i i.H rzhk. lip AGerN FOR .:IDITH STEAM LAiINrnY . .hark ton * MU4t. Real Estate! A Spler did Sdlection of Residence Property row on Sale in Graves' Sec ond and I hird Additions. Prices $100 to $250. Size of lots 50x130 Gall and see A. C. GRAVES or L. D. GLENN, harlowton, Montana _,----- -- Job AT Letter Heads Bill Heads NEWS Envelopes Printing Office V;siting Cards Everything lm __ _ ,_ Iemme em mm..mm ,,_ me DO YOU LOVE FLOWERS? .very I'ome Should Have Plenty Flowers Asters, 2 cents Pansies, 2 cents Verqenr s, 2 cents Phlox, 2 cents Ard mauy other .ir ds tfat si ould I e tui;te cealy Order early any kind y( u wai t so I will have iin.e to get L seeds. I use the best .-t eds 'r ao w,", tro. dl.eo Lest planits 'WO. C. KNUDSON. Shavn.ut, Meagher Co., MontanasI