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For Your Wife's Sake
Buy a
Standard Rotary Sewing
Machine
On Easy Payments at
Stevens-DreyerHdw Co.
Any Price, Any Teras
STOCKMENI
ADVERTISE YOUR BRANDS and save
hard ridings, loss of time and expense in locat
ing your stock. Fill out the blank below and
mail to the NEWS and we will do the rest.
Name of owner..............................
Name of Foreman.... .................
P. O. Address.... .........................
Range ..................................
Horse Brand ....................................
Location on Animal.....................
Cattle Brand..........Location................
Additional Horse Brands ...............
Additional ;Cattle Brands......................
Rates on Application.
STOCK BRANDS OF
Jos. Labrie
POSTOFFICE ADDRESS
HARLOWTON, - MONTANA.
Stock Brands of George Pirrie
Notice to the Traveling Public.
I will give $250.00 for evidence that
will convict any person or persons
foi tearing down my fences, leaving
gates open or driving my stock from
thier accustomed range.
George Pirrie
Rothiemay, Mont.
STOCK BRANDS OF
H. HOLLO WA Y,
aARLOWTOII, MONTANA.
brand of Oattle,
EAR MARK ON LEFO
rTHUS rEA.
Brand of Horses
Pr tF SSI01RAL CARDS
W. O. STRAIGHT
U. S. COMMISSIONER
Land Filings and yearly and Final
Proofs can be made Before me.
Elarlowton, - - - : - Montana
DR. S. K. CAMPBELL
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office: Main Street.
Harlewton, - Montana.
L. D. GLENN
ATTOREY.AT.LAW
& NOTARY PUBLIC
Will practice in all state and fed
eral courts. Conveyancang and col
lections. Office next door to Mussel
shell Valley National Bank,on Cen
tral Ave.
Harlowton, - - Montana.
Dr. A. M. KNIGHT
Resident Dentist
LYONS BUILDING
HARLOWTON. - MONTANA
W. C. HUSBAND,
LAWYER
Will practice in all state and fe
deral courts. Conveyancing cal
lections C'orporation law and real
estate. Office over State Bank.
Harlowton,. Montana
BRASEY & STACK
LAND ATTORNEY
Late Register U. S. Land Office
Inquiries Promptly Answered
Offices: Laux Building
Lewistown. - - - - - - Montana
KENT & SHANLEY
ARCHI1 ECTS
108 Hennessy Building, Butte Mont
C. E. SNIDER
Homestead Locator
I can show you good lands, try me
and see
Reygate, Montana.
A. J. DREYER
ARCHITEC & BUILDING
PERSPECTIVES & ESTIMATES
furnished on any notice
OFFICE WITH STEVENS-DREYER HARD
WARE CO.
George Courtney
CITY DRAY AND TRANSFER LINE
Harlowton, - Montana
CALL ON
R.R. LEA
THE ARCHITECTS
For prices on plate glass
and steel ceiling. Agent
for the largest factories
in the United States.
Harlow ton, - - Montana
EVERY WEDNESDAY AND
SATURDAY 3
CREAM PUFFS AND d
FANCY CAKES
-AT THE
GERMAN BAKERY
State Bank of
HARLOWTON
Capital $50,000, Fully Paid
OFFICERS
Benj. Urner. President
S. A Shaw, Vice-President. 9
W. O. Straight, Cashier.
Safetyisthe Primary Aim F
General Banking business
transacted. Interest allowed
on time deposits. Foreign and a
domestic exchange bought &
sold. Collections on all points
promptly attended to.
Safety Deposit Boxes
FOR RENT a
DI RECTORS.
M. N. Stevens, W. O.Straight s
J. Labrie, J. H. Freezer,
Benjamin Urner, S. A. Shaw, a
Dr. H. Holloway.
Correspondence Invited. ?
1-ontana lsatroab Co.
Time card effective Marchb 16 t
Leave. (N. P. Ry Arrive -
S:10 a. m....... Helena .....7:05p. m.
Leave. (Mont. R.TCo.) Arrive
9.00 a. m ....Lombard.... 4:20 p. m.
9"30 a. min.....Deer Park....3:48 p. m
9:50 a m......Maudlow ....3:31 p. m n
0:05 a. m .. Josephine ...3.16 p. m.
0:19 a m .... Baker's......3:02 p. m.
0:49 a n ......Sixteen..... 2:24 p. m. r
1;20 a. m.......Minden......1:57 p. m.
1:50 a. m.......,Dorsey......1:30 p. m,
2:06 p. m..... f ummit....12:50 p. m.
2:46 p. m..... Lennep.....12:46 p. -l
1:54 p. m....Martinsdale . 11:39 a. m.
2:27 p. m..... Twodot.....11:09 a. 'n.
3;10 p. m.....Harlowton....10:15 a. an.
4:57 p. m.........Oka.:.... 9:43 a. m.
5:19 p. m... ....Ubet....... 9:19 a. m.
5:32 p. m..... Ga neill......9:05 a. m.
5:49 p. m....... Straw......8:47 a. m.
6:13 p, m....... Moore...... 8:23a. m.
6:36 p. m......Glengary.....7:58 a. m.
Arrive. Leave
7:00 p. m.....Lewistown....736 a. inm.
rassenger trains daily except iunI
day.Dinner at Summit: I
CLASSIFIED COLUMNI
ONE CERTA WORD .PE ISSUE
Ads in this column will be charged for at the
rate of one cent a word. No ad taken for less
than 25c.
Copy for change of advertising must be in
this ofce by Tuesday evening to receive the
proper 4ttention.
FOR SALE
FoR SALa -Town Lots $25.00 each and up by
R. B. Stephenson. Office Main St. East of Post
Office. 87tit
FOR BAtL-New' American Cash Register I
and Sttmp on Computing Scale, Will sell at t
one-third off. A snap for some one. Inpuire i
at The News Office. 42tf
Town Lots 025 each and up by R. B. Stephen
son. Office Main St., East of Post Office. 37t t
FOR sALn-Three good houses for sale, see -
L. D. Glenn.
FoR SAL--Lot and store building on Main
street, Roundup: fine buslnesi location. Price
13.5i0: $1,000cash, balance three years time.
Inqulre at this office. 42tf
We have some fine ranches for sale, located
In the Mus4elshell and Smith river valleysand j
the Judlth Basin. We are also agents for the
San Luls Colorado lands, Call on or write to
_pach & Whitsel, Twodot. Montana. 38tf t
FOR RENT
d
House for rent. by Stephenson, 37tt a
If you'have a room or building for rent this
is a good way of letting the public know. The
cost is little and the results far reaching. F
WANTED SITUATIONS
A position as clerk, good recommendations,
six years experience. Apply at News Office.
If you want a good position. .try the want
column in The News.
WANTED a
WANTrpD-50B men to hold down chairs while
they receive a first-class hair cutor shave at s
Tommy Hanzliks barber shop in the State
Bank building 3itf g
LOST c
An eagle watch charm In Harlowton the t
nightof the 17th of March. Any person find- n
ing same may return it to the News office and t
receive reward. c
LOST-A small boy about the size of a girl, o
barefooted with his fathers shoes on. When b
last seen he was going up Main street, with ri
two six horse teams on his way to the Urner
Lumber Co. to buy $2.00 worth of lumber to F
build a house and barn.
NOTICE
All those knowing themselves to be indebted
to the undersigned are requested to settle at
once with the Weber Bros., who have collec- ts
tions of same. LA-. eb
H. A. Weber
STRAYED f"
REWARD b
$15 reward for the delivery at my ranch of r
one light gray work mare, branded .C on left P
thigh, The mare was stolen last fall, 43tf h
F. J. CAMnRON,
Irene, Montana. a
LODGES
I. O. O. F. CARBONATE LODGE NO. 39
meets every Tuesday night in Urner hall.
Visiting brothers cordially invited to attend.
G. C. PsaxIns Noble Grand.
CHURCH SERVICES d,
Wilson Memorial Methodist-Episcopal 01
Services in the school house. Sunday School C
3 p. m. every Sunday. Songservlce andYoung C
Peoples' meeting?:30 to8:0 p. m. every Sun- e
day except first and fourth in each month
when there will be preaching by the pastor.
Rev. 0. F. Krleger. A cordial r nvitation to tl
these services is extended to all. tl
ALL SAINTS EPISCOPAL CHURCH.
The Rev. J. Phillip Anshuts conducts the
services of the Episcopal church and, preaches
in Harlowton the first Tuesday after the first
Sunday of every month at 8:00 p. m. The
public is always welcome.
MISCELLANEOUS
Read Marshall's Ad.
For results try the want column in The News
Tangen sisters, fashionable dressmaking.
Opposite Post Office. Prices right. 41tf
Pure bred collie fit to.work.
H. Holloway, Harlowton. 40tf
See Dreyer, the Arceitect before building.
35tf
Do you want to sell that lot. If you do, see
W. C. Husband.
List your real estate with W. C. Husband
and get results.
If you have a lot to sell, list it with W. C.
Husband, He can find you a good buyer.
The unexcelled Baldwin line of Pianos,
At W. S. Smith's. Lewistown.
-5 buys a nice Drop Head Sewing machine.
at W. S. Smith's. Lewistown. 28tf
We return everything but the dirt! Leave
your laundry at Tommy Hanzlik's barber
shop. Agent for Judith Steam Laundry.
Baskets leave Tuesday noon and return Sat
urday. 36tf
See Dreyer, the Architect, before building.
35tf
Read Marshall's Ad.
The popular piano isthe Hamilton at W. S.
Smith's. Lewistown. 28tf
Everybody's Business is Nobody's Business.
FOr best results list your property for sale ex
clusively with R. B. Stephenson. Ofice Main
Street. East of Post Office. 86tf
Presh green vegetables arriving daily at
Graves' Mett Market.
Those who desire any extra copies of the
Souvenir edition of The news are requested to
send in their orders at once,
Anyone desiring information regarding
Harlowton and the surrounding country, Ad
dress Attorney W. C. Husband. secretary of
Musselsheil Valley Business Men's Assocla
tion, Harlowton. Montana.
AN IIEAL COUGH MEDICINE
"As an ideal cough Medicine I regard Chain
berlain's.Cough Remedy In a class by itself,"
says Dr. R. A. Wiltshire, of Gwynville, Ind.
"I take great pleasure in testifying to the re
suits of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. In
fact. I know of no other preparation that
meets so fully the expectations of the most ex
acting In cases of croup and coughs of child
ren: As it contains no opium, chlorform or
morphorine it certainly makes a most safe.
pleasant and efficacious remedy for the ills it
is intended."
STIFF NECK
Stiff neck is caused by rheumatism of the
muscles of the neck. Itlls usually confined to'
one side, or to the back of the neck and one.
side. While it is often quite painful, quick r
lief may be had by applying Chamberlain.
Liniment. Not one case of rheumatiom in teu
requires internal treatment. When there ik
no fever and no swelling as in muscular and
chronic rheumatism, Chamberlain's Llnlm.let
will accomplish more than any internal treat
ment.
THE BEST PLASTER
A pice of flannel with tapes attached for
holding it in position, slightly dampened with
Chamberlains Linliment and bound on o'',r
the e'at of pain is supertor to ant plaster.
fL GAll ..llS
" "OT O
vIale of TimbeN , O lFMrch
r, eis ontana. March
31. 1,. Sealed blgL marl outside "Bid,
Genernal Notice, Desmber 7, Absaroka,'
and ad(lressed t0 La District Forster. Forest
Service. Missal a Montana, will be received
up to. and inc[uding the 24th day of May, 11100
for all or any part of the merchantable dead
tiln,lr. standing and down, and all or any
part of the live Umber marked for cutting, on
an area or areas to be definitely designated by
the Forest officer before cutting beins, in
Section 12. Townshlp N., Range 10E. M. P.
M.. within the Absaroka National Frorest,
Montana, estimated to be 300,000 feet of mer
chantable Doglas fir saw timber log scale,
mor- or less.
No bid of less than P.00 per thousand feet
board measure will be considered, and a de
posit of $150 must be sent to the Western Mon
tana National Bank, United States Deposi
tory. at Missoula,. Montana, for each bid sub
mittted to the District Forester. The right to
reject any and all bids is reserved. For fur
ther information and regulations governing
the sale. address V. Gifford Lantry, Jr. Forest
Supervisor, Livingston. Montana.
W. B, ORasULT. DistrictForester,
Department of the Interior. United States
Land Office. Notice for Publication (Isolat
ed Tract) Public Land for sale.4-283 a. serial
No. 0-st u. s. Land Office. Lewistown. Mont.,
Apr. 26. 1901.
Notice is hereby given that, as directed by
the Commissioner of the General Land Office
under provisions of act of Congress . approved
June 27,. Itiei, Public-No. 303, we will offer at
public sale, to the highest bidder at 3 o'clock
p. nt.. on the 31 day Qf May next. at this office,
the following tract of land, to-wit: e 1-2 ne
1-4 sec. 34, Tp. 8 N, Rg. 18 e , Mont. P. M.
Any persons claiming adversely the above
described lands are advised tofile their claims
or objection,, on or before the day above de
signated for sale.
C. E. McKoiw, Register.
WYLLS A. iHeoss. Receiver.
First Publication Apr. 30
NOTICE.
i. s. Land Office Lewistown, Montana, April
14. I01'0. serial No. 05618
To whom it may concern: Notice is hereby
given that the state of Montana, acting under
the provisions of an Act of Congress,approved
February 28, 1891, has made application for
the selections of the following lands, to-wit:
lot I, s 1-2 nw 1-4 se 1-4, ne 1-4, sw 1-4, nw 1-4
se 1-4, sec. 10, ne 1-4 ne 1-4, Lot 1, sec. 14, T.5 n,
R, 13 E.
A copy of the list of said lands has been con
spicuously posted in this office for inspection
by any person interested and the public In
general. Under Departmental regulations of
April 25. 1907. protests or contests against the
claim of the state to said land or any subdi
vision thereof on the ground that the same is
more valuable for mineral than for agricul
tural purposes will be received and noted for
report to the General Land Office at Washing
ton, D. C. Failure to protest against the
claim of the state to said land nefore final ap
proval will be considered sufficient evidence
of its non-mineral character and the selections
being otherwise free from objections will be
recommended for appoval.
C, E, MoKoiN, Register.
First Publication Apr. 30
Notice of Bids.
Bids will be received up to 6 o'clock
p. m., June 1, 1909, by the clerk of
.:dist. No. 16 of Meagher county, for
the building of a school house at Hlar
lowton, Montana. All bids must be
accompanied by certified check for
five per cent of amount for contract;
the same to be returned to all whose
bids are not accepted. The trustees
reserve the right to reject all bids.
Plans and specifications of school
house, may be seen at clerks ofllce
after May 15th.
A. T. ANDERSON,
Clerk
First Pub. May 7
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate of John H.Garvin, Deceased.
Notice is Hereby Given, by the un- *
lersigned,administrator of the Fstate
)f John H. Garvin, deceased, to the
,reditors of, and all persons hving
:lims against the said deceased, to
tkhtbit them with the necessary
rbtlchers, within four months after
he first publication of this notice, to
he said administrator at the law of
ice of W. L. Ford, in White Sulphur
iprings, Montana, the same being
he place foV the transaction of the
)usiness of said estate in the County
if Meagher.
Jesse T. Harry,
Public Administrator and adminis
rator of the estate of John H. Gar
in, deceased.
Dated May 4, 1909.
W. L. Ford, Attorney for Estate.
First publication May 7th.
ALIAS SUMMONS
In Justice court, of Musselshell
rownship, Meagher County. state of
vlontana, before S. L. Hodges Justice
if the Peace.
i. E. Marshall-vs-- R. C. Crouch,
Lttachment suit.
You are hereby required to appear
n'an action brought against you by
he above named plaintiff, in the Jus
ice Court, of Musselshell Township,
:ounty of Meagher, and to answer
he complaint filed therein, within
hirty days (exclusive of the day of
ervice) after the service upon you of
his summons, the first issue herein
raving been returned iithout being
erved, and if you fail to appear and
Lnswer the complaint filed in the
above mentioned court, judgement
vill be taken against you according
o the complaint tiled in this court.
Harlowton, Mont., May 5th 1909.
First publication May 7th.
S. L. Hodges, Justice of Peace.
Bids for Grading Near Harlowton Bridge.
Notice is hereby given that the
3oard of County Commissioners of
deagher county will receive sealed
uids on or before June 8th, 1909, at 2
i'Clock p. m., for the building and rip.
aping roadlchange at the new river
)ridge at Harlowton, Mont., as fol
ows: Beginning at the south end of
,ridge for 1000 feet, the fill will con
ain 3700 cu. yards of gravel to sta
ion 10, then from sta. 10 to 12 & 50
he road is to be plowed and leveled.
3eginning at the north end of bridge
Lnd extending to railroad crossing a
listance of 400 feet; the till will con
ain 1422 cu. yards of gravel. Begin
ling at east side of the north bulk
lead of bridge and extending west of
he river bank will be rip-rapped for
I5 feet 1-1 slope, 2 feet wide on top
mnd 3 feet wide on bottom. Begin
ting at east side of soutah bulkhead
ihebulkhead and fill on north will be
ip-rapped to station 10. The total
Lmount of rip-rapping will amount
o 3965 u. yds. and will be paid for as
neasured at completion of work.
rile rip-rap will be hand placed tiiru
>ut. Tihe road bed will be 20 feet
vide with a 1 1-2--1 slope as staked
iut. As far as practicable this work
nay be borrow-work provided that
he last sir inches of the grade thru
>ut it6'entire length must. be of gra
gel.
Bids will be opened June 8th 1909,
Lt 2 p. m. Board reserves the right
o reject any and all bids.
kddress bids to Clerk of Board Coun
y Commissioners, White Sulphur
iprings, Mont., endorsed "bids for
trading and rip-rapping"
Geo. POWLtE, County Clerk.
S)ated May 4th, 1909.
'irst publication May 7th.
. otoce lrP ublioaon. Deamrment of the
Interior. U. 8. Land Office at Lewistown,
Montana. April le. I90.
Notice is hereby given that Dudley N. Harts
of Twodot, Montana: who, on Aril 4th. 190.,
made desert entry. No. 840, Serial No. 0410, for
nele 1-14 and ti a se Il-4of sec 0, twp. 9
n, rla e, Montana Prlnclpal Meridian hs filed
notice of Intention to make Final 'roof, to
establish claim to the land above described,
before William O. Straight, united states com
missioner, at Hasrlowto. Montana, on the 24th
dad of May. I109B.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Otis !. Godfrey, Edward Keihl Clarence P.
Tooley, Wlferd Valentine. all of Twodot,
Montana.
First Pub. April 23C. E. MOKoIx. Register
Notice to Remove Feace.
Notice is hereby given that Arthur
E. Tubbs and James 1. Randall are
the owners of land described as fol
lows: North half of section thirty,
township nine north, range seven
teen (sec. 30 twp. 9 n r 17 e) and that
any and all parties having fences and
other improvements on described
lands shall have same removed within
30 days or they shall become the pro
perty of said owners of the described
lands. Dated April 23, 1909 43tf
Arthur E. Tubbs
James I. Randall
NOTICE OF SALE OF BONDS.
The Trustees of School District No.
16, Meagher County, Montana, will, I
on tae 28th day of May, 1909 at ten
o'clock A. M., at the office of the
Clerk of said School District, in the
town of Harlowton, County of Meagh
er, and State of Montana, offer for
sale coupon bonds of said school dis
trict to the amount of Twenty-one
Thousand dollars ($21,000) for the pur
pose of purchasing a lot, and building
a school house in said district.
Said bonds will be numbered from 1
to 210, both numbers inclusive, and
will be of the denomination of One
Hundred dollars ($100.00), and will be
payable in twenty years from date of
sale and redeemable in ten years
from date of sale, and will bear in
terest at a rate not to exceed six per
cent per annum from the first day of
June 1909, interest payable annually.
Said bonds to be sold at not less than
their par value.
The Trustees reserve the right to
reject any and all bids.
Dated this 23rd day of April 1909.
I. S. MoQurrrfl, Chairman.
JOSEPH BECHARD,
MRs. H. CCSGRIFFE.
Board of Trusteesof School District
16, Meagher County, Montana.
Attest: L. D. GLENN, Clerk.
First publication April 23.
Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Of
fice. Notice for publication [Isolated tracti
Public Land for Sale.4-283 a, United States
Land Office, Lewistown. Mont.. April, 8 1909.
serial No, 01137.
Notice is hereby given that, as directed by
the Commissioner of the General Land Office.
under provisions of act of Congress approved
June 27, 1906. Public-No. 303, we will offer at
public sale, to the highest bidder at 2 o'clock
p. m.. on the 17 day of May next, at this office
the following tract of land, to-wit: se 1-4 sw
14 sec. 5 sw 1-4 nw 1-4 nw 1-4 sw 1-4 sec 4 two.
II. n. rg.17 e.. Mont. P. M.
Any person claiming adversely the above
rlescribed lands are advised to file their claims
or objections, on or before the day above de
signated for sale.
C. E. McKorw, Register.
WYLLYS A. ll.ose. Receiver.
First Pub. April 16 1909.
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Quality & Quantity - PHoN 32
RE two features of our business, having ample
quantity we can at all times take care of your
orders. We give courteous and efflcientservice,
prompt deliveries and best values. It pays to trade
with us. Send us your bills and we will do the rest,
and don't forget to mention Lincoln Paint, because
we have it, no better made or we would not handle it.
C.L Hash, Lo. Mgr. Montana Lumber Co.
MUSSELSHELLVALLEY
NATIONAL BANK
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DIRECTORS: H. E. MARSHALL *
Philip I. Moule, PRESIDENT
Andrew C. Graves, A. C. GRAVES
Edward M. Jenizen, VICE PRES.
i. E. Marshall. C. N. FRIDAY
Guy I. Dvi. CASIER
Frank P. Cor, CASHIER
Geor R. Pirrie F. P. MARRS
A. CASHIER
You Insure your house, but It
may not burn; You don't in
sure your life, but it is certain
you will die; Come in and let
me tell you about the best poll
cy there is written, and how you
can easily carry it.
S. L Hodges I, rlwtoa, leataua.
Order your bread, pies, doughnuts,
cream puffs and pastries by tele
phone before 10 o'clock a. m., and
get a prompt delivery. At the
GERMAN BAKERY
Our Bread is also for sale at the
Urner Mercantile Co's. store, Mar
halls and H Irlvwtý,l UrJcery Co
TRAVELER'S CAFE
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN'S
DINNING ROOM
Meals at AU Hours
TOY BROS. Proprietors
I Represent Only the Best in
Fire Insurance. Look at
the List
The Hartford
The Insurance Co. of
North America
The Niagara
The Germania
The Connecticut
The Fireman's Fund
The New York Under
writers
The California
The Shawnee
The American
Protector Underwriters
Be sure of your company,
I have had three losses,
all were paid in Full, in
a month's time. :: ::
S. L. NODGS, arloton, lontana.

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