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HARLOWTON GROCERY CO.
IT'S UP TO YOU
Remember it's FREE. See it. Read our Offer.
A High Grade Talking Machine
Call at our store and see
this handsome machine.
One Standard Talking Machine with
handsome flower horn
FREE to Every Customer
Whose Cash Purchases Amount to $50.00
We have the exclusive sale of Gamber
ling Bakery products. The best that
Equipment and Skill can Produce, fresh
From the Oven Every day.
HARLOWTON GROCERY CO.
If it is to eat we have it
One Week Only
We Have Just Received
a Delayed Shipment of
Realizing the Lateness of the Season we are
Going to Give our Customers the Benefit of the
Pl1u s T he Transportation
Our Stock is not Heavy and we
can Accomodate Only a Few
Try and be First
rLewellin Drug Co.
* Leading Druggists
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded
Ice .Cream Parlor in Connection
Phone 29 - - Central Ave.
Lennep Couple i "
On Saturday a marriage Iftgy -was
issued at the otlice of the Cis* Of the
court to Andrew Burg, a potiatnd
prosperous young rancher and , oe.
man of Len nep,in Meagheroou rand
Miss Annie Lain a well known Young
lady of tihe same place. The o0uple
left immediately after securing their
license for Ibundup, where the Wed
ding ceremony will take plaee.
Lewistown iaily News.
To Advertise Our Reseuigs
.Jamnes J. Hill, "the empire builder,"
has just carried out a personal plan
for the exploita'.ion of Montana
resources and products, and has com
pleted in St. Paul a building of a cost
of $10,((5) that will be devoted exclu
sively to those purposes. The build
ing, elhicim was tinished last week, is
on Sibley street, in St. Paul, directly
in front of the union station. It.has
*:.000 feet of floor space, and aside
from a branch ticket oltice, there will
be nothing in the building but Mon
tana products, chiefly grain, fruits,
etc. A man will be in charge of each
department and will be on hand
constantly to explain the exhibits
and furnish information about which
there may be inquires. Large electric
signs on the building will attract
thousands of people that pass the
place every day.
All sorts of Montana advertising
matter, in the way of literature, will
be kept on hand for distribution to
emigrants and other visitors. The
expense of maintaining the building,
renewing the exhibits, etc., which
will amuount to a coniderable sum
dearly, which will be born by the
Great Northern. While the.scheme
has been a personal and pet one with
.1. .1. hill. who is a firm believer in
the future greatness of Montana, it
was carried out under the direction
of L. W. 111!1. president of the above
road. Large maps of different parts
of Montana have been printed and
will be placed in the Montana build
ing. The latter is so situated that it
will attract attention from travelers,
and there are two entraces to it, one
from Sibley street and tie other from
the union depot.
A Kansas editor says "that the
head of Lincoln appears on the new
silver half dollars, tie burt of Cleve
land will be on tue *10 certificate,
and that of Grant on the $50 one.
We'll get sight of Lincoln now and
then, occasionally scrape an acquaint
ance with Cleveland, but good bye,
General Grant and God bless you."
Miss Doris Spencer, formerly con
netted with the Young Woman's
Christian association of les Moines,
Iowa, will succeed Miss Mable John
soni as secretary of the association at
billings. Miss Johnson has been
appointed tinancial secretary of the
association at Salt Lake.
A large number of sheep being
driven to-summer pasturage on the
Helena national forest were poisoned
by loco weed southwest of Helena
last week. Five hundred are reported
to have died of the effects.
Last week Saturday 4,000 cedar
posts which were to be used in
constructing the fence around the
bison range on the Flathead reserva
tion, were burned. Spontaneous
combustion of the creosoted posts
was the cause of the fire.
A special maeting of the Bozeman
city council was held this week to
consider time water supply question
wihicim has ibecome an important one.
Time large amount of water used In
irrigatiomi has lowered thle aumount
in time reservoir where time supply is
tue lowest it has beeni known
LOW FARE TICKETS WEST AND NORTH.
WEST VIA THE CHICAGO MIL
WAUKEE & ST. PAUL RY.
Low fare tickets from stations on
this railway to Seattle, Tacoma. Spo
kane, Portland, Victoria, Vancouver,
San Francisco. Los Angeles, Denver,
Salt Lake City and dozens of other
points West and Northwest, on sale
daily until September 30. Tickets
good to ret urn until October 31. St: p
overs and choice of routes. Complete
information regarding train service,
railroad and sleeping car fares, routes,
and descriptive folders free.
F.A. Mil LER, Gen'l Pass. Agent,
The Nort hern Pacilic Railway Is ex
periencing such an extremely heavy
demand for its literature pertaining
to the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposi
t ion that in addition to atol to is.
vuance of 75.itiN copies of its elabor
ate booklet and many thousand small
leaflets, a new edition of 25,0l copies
of ad attractive sixteen page pamph
let has been st ruck oil and provided
to its passenger representatives.
'l'lis makes n p ant of 2t~t,0tu pieces
of literature which the Northern Pa
cific has issued and distri ute doririg
the exposition and every indica
tion is that further supplies of
the matter will be required before
the Fair is over.
Prof. Shaw Iys to Sew tfuby 14
Wiater Whut Early I. August.
Prof. Thomas Shaw, formerly with.
the Minnesota, school of agrioulturalt
and recognised as the leading wilt*
of the day on agricultural subjects,
"The conviction is on the mind of
the writer that winter wheat can be
grown successfully in a normal year
on much of the land in the western
half of both the Dakotlas and on some
millions of acres of bench land in
Montana. I do not feel quite so con
fident of the eastern Dakotas or west
ern Minnesota, as th4 conditions in
the latter areas do not seem quite so
favorable to its growth as in the for
mer. It should be sown on land care
fully summer-fallowed. Be careful'
summer-fallowing is meant keeping
the land, plowed early in June, clean
and moist by successive harrowing
until the wheat is sown. It should
be sown during the first half of Aug
ust to give it a good start. It should
be sown with a drill and at the rate
of one busael per acre. Only the Tur
key Red variety should be sown. I
was told by leading millers in Minne
apolis a few days ago that they give
about the same price for this wheat
as for No. 1 hard spring wheat."
Resolution of Respect.
WHEREAS it has pleased the Su
preme Ruler of the Universe to take
from our midst Sister Susie Nutt, P.
G. of this lodge, beloved wife of Geo.
Nutt of this lodge.
Whereas through her death we have
lost a very dear friend and sister.
Therefore be it resolved that we,
the members of Rachel Rebekah
Lodge No. 8, do thereby extend to
his relatives and friends our heart
felt sympathy in this, hours of
bereavment and sorrow.
Be it further resolved; that a copy
of these resolutions be sent to the
Harlowton News for publication and
a copy be sent to the bereaved family
and a copy spread upon the records of
Resolution of Respect.
Whereas; It has pleased the
Supreme Ruler of the Universe to
take from our midst Mrs. Martin, the
beloved mother of Sister Beley of
this Lodge and beloved sister of
Brother A. T. Anderson of this Lodge,
and Whereas, Through her death we
have lost a loving friend; THEREFORE,
BE IT RESOLVED; That we, the mem
bers of Rachel Rebekah Lodge No. 8,
do hereby extend to her relatives and
friends, our heartfelt sympathy in
this their hour of bereavement and
sorrow. BE IT FURt HER RESOLVED;
that a copy of these resolutions be
sent to the Harlowton News for pub
lication and a copy be spread upon
the records of this meeting.
Mary J. Davies.
HANDSOME SCARF PIN FREE
A Phenomenal Offer Made by a Nlew
Thousands of persons all over the
United States are taking advantage
of the generous offer made by The
Merrill Co.,1161 Broadway, New York
City, making request for a beautiful
gold-plated scarf-pin for either lady
or gentleman which is mailed to any
one sending their name and address
free of charge.
This offer is made by this well
known house to introduce their large
catalogue of general merchandise,
household goods, jewelry, novelties,
etc., and the readers of this paper are
requested to send their name and ad
dress immediately, enclosing five two
cent stamps to cover packing and
Send to-day and be the possessor of
a piece of jewelry that you will be
very proud of, and which does not
cost you anything.
What do you
Think of This
Block and Half
of Graves Hotel
hilt siliuIn SPIII HM
BON BON OINFECTIONERY
AND NEWS STAND
If You are in Need of
Candy, Cigars & Tobaccos go b
The Bon Bon
We also have an up-to-date
Fountain. All we ask is to
Give us a Trial.
JOHNSON & FOLEY, Props. Harlowton, Mont.
Montana Lumber Company
All kinds of building maerial,
Sash Doors, Lincoln Pain s, Hygienic Kalsomine,
And he Place to get the Best Prices on
Plate Glass to be Obtained.
Order your bread, pies, dough nuts, cream puffs and pastries by
telephone 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. and Mar
:: shalls stores.
Harlowton Meat Market
Wholesale and Retail
Fresh & Salt Meats, Butter, Eggs
Special Attention Given to Mail Orders
Joseph Labrie Earlowte, MNtass
THE BLUE RIBBON
JOHN ENGLISH. Proprietor
Billiards, Pool, Bowling
Confectionary, Cigars, Tobaccos
Ice Cream and Soft Drinks now For Sale -
DID YOU SAY
You wanted to borrow money on your real estate?
We Have it to Loan
$50,000 Worth of it
You can get it for
five years with the
Privilege of Paying
it Back in three.
S. L. HODGES
E. M. JENIZEN
Harlowton, : : : Montana