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ARCADE MEALS AT ALL HOURS
C EA Popular Prices
Quick Service
E. RORVIK. Prop.
F'ormerly The Belmont,
Lyon's Blockk. Cenral A ve.
SHarlowton Grocery Co-, Inc.i
GROCERIES, GRAIN & HAY
PHONE No. 75
[GOLD MEDAL FLOUR $
Our Brands Gold Band Ham and Bacon
RICHEILIEU GROCERIES
..A. C. GRAVES..
Wholesale and Retail
Fresh and Salt Meats, Fish, Eggs, Butter,
Hides, Etc. Pure Home Made Lard
Ia Specialty.
Mail orders given prompt attention.
Central Ave. - - - - Harlowton. Montana.
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THE PELICAN BUFFET
H. A. WEBE r, Prop.
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8 Budweiser, Grain Belt and Kessler Beer I
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Imported and Domestic Cigars 1
I Pool Table in Connection
1
Harlowton, Montana Main Street
ew - meemmsmmeees...mwmm.e
MODERN TAILORING CO.
TAILORING, REPAIRIN:3,
PRESSING AND CLEANING
LADIES' WAISTS AND
SKIRTS A SPECIALTY
Prompt Service L. Gottleeb, Prop.
Fontanta oattroab efo.
Time card effective Marcha 16
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Nassenger I raiii V1ail: except sntii
day.I innter at Suo init:
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I ' Why has our busi
WILL~ness smore than doubl
ed in the past two
SSEEDS years?
Seitt for 2t h an
AND nualvataloiofe.er
SE inling for i lie farn,
garden and la n.
RE ES he You will find
many things that will into rest y4u
St ti e wn ihe leaul ifull covers )f sev.
rye a ,lore.
Oscar H. Will & Co., Bismarck, IN. D).
Hutchinson
CAYOTE AND WOLF KILER
Guaranteed to do the Work
or Money back.
Better than Strychnine
Surer than Cyanide
COSTS TWO CENTS A DOSE
For Sale by
H. E. MARSHALL
Martinsdale, - Montana
FOR SALE
5,000 Acre Sheep Ranch
WELL IMPIROVED
CALL ON OR ADDREI 3
A. C. GRAVES, Harlowton, Mont.
HARLOWTON BI JERY
A stock of the best brca L. pies
cakes and rolls always on band.
Give une a triEd order.
Central Ave., ropl)ot ite Travelers
( afe
PETERR WTrER - Proprietor.
The Harlowton News
A. V. EISELEIN, Editor and Pmbbllwr. I
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TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
One Year.. .... 2.50 (
Subscription Payable in Advance. t
ADVERIIsNG ,RATES FURNISREH ON
APPLICA' ION
Entered as second-class matter August 2d,
19061. at the postoffice at Harlowton, Montana,
under the act of congress of March 3d. 1879.
Subscribers who fail to receive their papers,
will please notify this office.
Subseribers desilrug address changed, please
give former address. as well as new one.
NOTICE
Copy for change of advertising must be in
r his office by Tuesday evening to receive the
proper attention
The Greatest Naval Feat.
HIE great American battleship
W fleet, after circumnavigating the
globe has returned to Hampton Roads.
P The whole world has been witness to
this naval exploit, and all nations
hitve been astonished at the success I
p of the test of the American navy.
The sixteen vessals came home in
1 splendid condition ready for a frolic 1
or a tight.
The fleet steamed nearly 45,000 1
miles or about twice the circumfer
ence of the globe, and returns with i
machinery sound and in order and I
b not an armour plate sprung, proving
to the world the high efficiency of the i
American navy. The cruise of four
teen months, through weather foul
and fair, and the return to anchor in I
seaworthy condition is perhaps the
world's greatest naval exploit.
What has been the result of the
cruise? Aside from the demonstra
lion of t he effectiveness of our battle
ships, the officers and men have gain
ed a wealth of experience in naval
a anouvering and target practice.
But greater far than the demonstra
tion of naval power, was the benefit
derived was the spreading around the
p world of the good will of America.
At all the great naval ports the fleet
was accorded the most rod al recep
Stion. Friendship was displayed on a
scale that has never been reached be
fore. History will record this feat as
one of the world's great trumphs of
peace.
Inhuman.
k PPARENTLY well grounded com
plaint is made that large sums of
money subscribed for the Italian
I earthquake sufferers has been misap
propriated having gone into the pock
lets of dishonest officials instead of be
ing applied to relieve the unfortt
nate victims. It is a sad fact that a
relief fund for any cause is seldom
raised without some scandal arising
in connection with Its distribution.
People must be inhuman and de
praved in the extreme who will steal
morney and provisions donated to help
the sufferers from earthquakes, floods
and fires.
ýi
Vol. 1. No. 1. of the Miles City
Messenger has reached our exchange
table. It bubbles over with witty
wisdom, piquant philosophy and in- C
tellectual crystals. The individual
who took up the initial number and
laid it down without a thorough per
usal must bave been a busy man or
one who couldn't read English. Here's
wishing Mr. J.A. McKinley, the pub
lisher and editor, all kinds of success. P
In twelve years from 1895 to 1907
the number engaged in manufactur
ine in Germany has increased by
1,00.0l00, while the number engaged
in agriculture has decreased by 500,
000. This not. only shoes how rapid
ly Germany has forged to the front
as a manufacturing nation, but also
R t hat it will have to look more than
ever to this country for food supplies.
The United States Supreme Court
has given some of the trusts a bad
body blow in deciding that tru Is
whici operate in restraint of trade
cannot collect debts incurred under
an illegal agreement. The signs are
e evidently multiplying that combi
nat ions of capital are to be shorn of
their unjust powers.
E Tht stories tata come 'o us from
our sister states on the east telling of
snow storms and frosty seather,
L scents strange to us. Old Sol has been
good to Montana for a month. Da
kotans may complain of the chills,
a but there is no such luck for us.
The head of the United States
Weather Bureau says that it is pos
sible for every one to accurately fore
cast the seat her. That is good nees
so far as it goes, but many people "ill
not be satisfied until they can regu
late it.
T'he activity in base ball circles is a
~+ reminder that, the public will have to
- brush up on base ball vernacular, or
it will never understand the descrip
tion of the game during the search.
The Stanford World is the name of
a new paper published at Stanford,
Fergus County, Dudley Axtell, a wed
known printer in this neck of the
woods, is its manager and "quill dip
per."
Rmet Chage Ia Craft.s
The past few days have witnseed
several important changes in the
newspaper field of eastern Montana.
A controlling interest in the Miles
City independent has been purchased
by J. D. Scanlan, who has been as
sociated with T. E. Butler as editor
of the Red Lodge Picket. At the
same time comes the report that J.
A. McKinley of the Terry Tribune
and T. J. Johns, lately editor of the
Forsyth Journal, will start a news
paper in Miles City. The last news
is to the effect that the Musselshell l
New sat Harlowton, has been pur
chased by A. H. Eiselein, lately of
the I)aiiube(Minn.)Herald, and know n
throughout the state as its youngest
euitor. Verily the present season
will see many many changes in east
ern Montana journalism, superinduc
ed by the new era of prosperity.
Yellowstone Monitor.
Fight is on.
A. F. Robertson, the local jeweler
has just returned from an extended
visit to the Twin Cities. He says that
money is very tight 1 here, and that
times in Montana are more prosper
ous than in Minnesota. He also says
that St. Paul and Minneapolis are
embroilea in a quarrel over the site
tor the new large Armour packing
plant. Several years ago the Armour
Co. purchased a site some two miles
north of Minneapolis near New
Brighten. The St. Paul people de
sire to have the plant in St. Paul, and
charge that the site selected at New
Brighten is not suitable, for the rea
sun that the stench and odor from
the plant there would be a constant
nuisance to both cities.
The following is taken from the
Martinsdale Items in the Meagher
County Republican:
Then we arrive at the town of
Harlowtoii, a busy place. Here the
Montana road branche to Lewistown
and the crowd at the depot reminds
one leaving St. Paul. Trucks loaded
with baggage running to and fro and
the people in line boarding the train. 4
The first thing to be notice iis the
splendid new hotel built oi native
stone on a high plateau overlooking
the town and the store of H. E. Mar
shall. Both buildings would be a
credit to any town In the state
and can be seen from the distance.
The depot at this place is a new
structure and up to date with every
convenience and first class dinning
roomts.
Every time a woman opens her
,mouth she says something-but every
time a man opens his mouth, (that i'
the average man,)-he spits out a
pint tobacco juice. We can't for the life
of us see how any man can form the
tobacco habit -especially the use of
"chewing" tobacco and cigarettes.
Here! Here! Quit, throwing brickbats
-we'll be good.-Carbon Co. News.
Mr. J. N. Kleber has come to town
from Helena to stay with us and
opened up his new hotel bar Thurs
day and will run the same in first
cl ass otder and will open the hotel as
soon as the unfinished part of the
building can be completed.
James Weston returned the first of
the week after a short visit near
Sheridan, Wyoming.
State Bank of
HARLOWTON
Capital $50,000, Fully Paid.
OFFICERS
Benj. Urner. President.
S. A Shaw, Vice-President..
W. U. St raight, Cashier.
Safetyisthe Primary Aim
General Banking buejness
transacted. Interest, allowed
on time deposits. Foreign and
domestic exchange bought &
sold.. Collections on all points
promptly at tended to.
r Safety Deposit Boxes
FOR RENT
DIRECTORS.
M. N. Stevens, W. O.St ralght
J. Labrie, J. H. Freezer,
Benjamin Urner, S. A. Shaw,
Dr. II. Holloway.
Correspondence Invited.
T. E. KIRBY,
Painter and Paper Hanger
First-Class Work at a First-Class
Price
1909 Wall Paper Designs
Harlowton Meat Market
Wholesale and Retail
Dealers
Fresh & Salt Meats, Butter, Eggs
and Provisions
Special Attention Given to Mail Orders
Joseph Labie Harlowteu, Neutuas
Doors Open 7:30 Show 8:30 Sharp Popnlar Prices, 20 and 35o
SHOWS ALWAYS
IN ITTH
HARLOWTON THE
EVERY ASTOR LATEST
OTHER IN
WEEK
ON MOIO
WEDNESDAY * 0 PICTURES
Good Comedy, Drama and Instruorive Subjects
A Good Time Assured Free Dance After Show
FOR SALE!
Two 0ood business lots on Main street 3 and 4. in block 9, in
the fIarlowton town site. The lots are 25 feet frontage and ex
tend back 1.40 feet, thus making a 50 foot frontage. There is a
stvre building on the lots of 20x30 and two living rooms in the
rear of the store. Those rooms are 12x28, making. two good liv
ing ro ms. There is also a ggod well on lot 3, a barn 12x16 and
a two room house on the back or the lots. Also good out build
ings. \ e have a good stock of goods ii' the store consisting of
everything but groceries, also store fixtutes a3 follows; Six good
show cases, a large safe, .'nd shelving. The reason for selling is
health failing For terns address
Mrs. R. A. McPARLAND,
Box 36 Harlowton, Montana
I LEWELLIN DRUG 00.1
PURE
DRUGS
Sundries, Office Supplies, Tobacco, Cigars and
Confectionery
meemem me(msmUm m me m e
We are right in the midst of the Storm Sash proposition,
and are filling your orders promptly. In ordering your
Storm Sash, remember we carry all of
BUILDING MATERIAL
and RUBEROID ROOFING
We have the most complete stock to be found and our
prices are right. : Call and be convinced
MONTANA LUMBER COMPANY
' PHONE 32
WE NEED THE
MONEY
Y DU ne ed the HARLOWTON
NEWS, so now is the time to
subscribe. When a person starts in
business he is most always pinched for
money at the begining, and it is so with
us. We therefore ask all subscribers who
are in arrears to pay at once.
HARLOWTON NEWS

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