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Negligee Shirts
These are the days when a man's shirt is the all important part of his make-up--both for lo6
and comfort. We've everything that's good in summer shirts, solid colors, stripes, figures,
plain white, etc. Made by makers with a reputation.
See our great $1.25 Line
Children's Straw Hats
OU) don't want to go without a straw hat this kitd of weatltr. even it you havv dune without one un
til now. And if you want to ch1o0e from everi shape that ii 0o ol. errect anti Iood. as well as buy a
!itt le better hat for the money. come here.
They are priced from $1.50 to 25c
Everything That's Good in Summer Furnishings
Men who keep astride with the developments of
Fashion say that Stripes are the proper caper
this season. We have a raft of ideas along this
line; all are acceptable to men of taste. Our pat
terns are all right. They are selected with great
est care, and you can't get left on any of them.
They are worth more than we ask for them.
$10, $12.50, $13.50, $15, $16.50, $18.00
$20.00, $22.50 and 25.00
Deering Mowers & Binders M 1g Complete Lineo
Dain Stackers & Bull Rakes A AL) QFishing Tackle
The Busy Store
M1r. 1). ('. I)nnis went. up to Mart
insiale Sunday.
l;,. .lenizen and John itossman
gent to Missoula Wednesday to
We have still a number of souvenir
issues left. Send one to your friends
hack east.
If you need a I eat ing Plant. "Talk
with Swanson,' The practical
l)r. Holloway left for Blutte this
o eek Wednesday. IDr. Holloway will
visit several days at Butte.
Rev. .1. Philip Anshutz held Epis
copal services at the Wilder leone
Wednesday evening.
For Sale after July ist--One Per
cheon Stallion 5 years old, weight 1000
call or address.
C.M. I)ulRand, Delpine, Mont.
Mrs. .1. .1. Hall left for Frazee.
Minn. Monday. She will visit
about eight weeks i itli her parents
at that place.
Mrs. P. Ni. !'rice of this place left
for ashort visit at Great Falls Wednes
,lay. Her husband accompanied her
as far as.IdittIi Gal).
Miss Shafer is now ready to give
lessons in music on t he mandolin,
piano and guitar. *1.00 per lesson.
St udio at W. Il.Gal vin's residence. 5-K
A party cmnsisting of Mrs. I;. Taylor
and family. MIrs. W. Lunceerord and
lamily and Mrs. W. Iounmniel and
family went fishing the latter part of
last week, on the North Fork of the
Musselshell. They suimceede in bring
ing home a large string of tism.
h. Armstrong, president of the
Great FalR Live Stock Co., was in
town Tuesday. Mr. Arnm t rog is in
this section of the state buying
lambs. He has already purchased
about Iti.(0) head and wi ill try to get
about 11,1N5) more. On Wednesday
morning lie left for his iomie in
Great Falls.
Miss Ellenora Anderson, who for
t lie past ten tmont ls has eetn em
ployed in the News of ice as composi
mor, left for Reeder, N 1). Wednesday.
She will spend a few months vacat ion
witih friends at that place, after o hihim
sine will return to resume her duties
iu the News ottice agaiu.
Sub cribe for 'T'le News
If you want a self heat ing sad iron
"Talk wit h Swvanson. 'T1he platical
Word has been received from W.
C. Husband ttat lie will return from
the east the latter part of this neck.
\I rs. A. Simtpson from IHtundup
Spent a few days visit ing M ilt iher
Sister-in-tan. Mfrs. 1). Stephenson.
last week.
Mrs. Flora lIt' ss. now local o in
the BIazaar bttildingv. withe to an
nounce that she is read) to do
all kinds of facial and scalp mtas-ag(,
either hand or electric vibrator, also
hair dressing. Her prices are reason
able and no irk guaranteed. :'honei
acthr \lu llilet, Ute Catholic priest
irii ltiouiduit, passed through here
on his way home from Lewistown.
LO)S'T' A gold chain between here
and Melville on July 5tn. Finder
ilcase tt iurn to Ne s (111ce. 41f
ihen your ,asoine or oil stove
all to do the work "Talk withl Swan
son." The practical mechanic.
Mi.. \able Iiller from Lewistown,
who has been visiting with Mrs. E.
F. Ho,., lcft Tuesday of this week.
Mi1. and Mrs. eorge K. Robertson,
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Haxter and Sen
ator looley were down from Twodot
last Salttrday afternoon.
WI nt your Att otnible, Bicycle,
Sewing Machine.Tyvpwriter or IPhon
oarra1)h are on the hunt, 'Talk with
Swan.-on." The practical muechantic.
Dr. E. 1. Shook. Velerinarian, has
locatedl pure in llarlowton, with of
lice at .1. 0. Parks Feed Iarti. All
callt promptly answered. 52tf
A. It. Jones, of 1tle Milwaukee Land
Co. at t his place, returned fromt a trip
t irougli t lie park. 'T'uesday. Mr.
Jones had been gone for over a week.
Ask for samples of the new stat
ionery at The News.
Fred and Frank Twitchell spent a
few days at OrCse this week.
The News-has just received a ship
ment of up-to-date stationery. Ask for
The News just received a large
line of new stationery. Ask for
A. D. Jones, of the Milwaukee
Land Co. here, went down to Roundup
FOR SALE-One room house and
three lots near water works site.
Inquire of Geisser & Weston.
Mort Lewellin *nd Fred Marks
went up to Twodot, fishing, Wednes
day. In next week's issue we will
publish some of their fish stories.
H. R. Holley, of the Graves & Hol
ley real estate firm here, left for
Chicago Thursday morning. Mr.
Hlolley will visit at Chicago and a few
other eastern cities a week or so and
will then return.
.1. Austin Blessing of the Meagher
Realty Co. of White Sulphur Springs,
was in town a few days this week.
Mr. Blessing is one of the live real
estate men from the county seat,
where he is enjoying a good business.
F. J. Cameron and wife, who visited
here in town several days last week,
returned to their home in Irene on
Saturday. Mr. Cameron had his teeth
treated while hereby Dr. Knight, and
he speaks very highly of Dr. Knight's
T. A. Berkin, game warden from
Lewistown, passed through hereon
his way home from the Sweet Grass
country Wednesday. Mr. Be. kin
says that considerable damage was
caused in the Sweet Grass country by
the recent hail storms.
The Blue Ribbon bowling contest
which was closed last Saturday,
showed a safe margin for Mrs. A. J.
Dreyer on the ladies side and Mr. Geo
Courtney for the gentlemen, allowing
Mrs. Dreyer and Mr. Courtney to win
the prizes Mr. English affored for the
month of August. In spite of the
warm weather the alleys are doing a
good business.
S. J. Berge of Redfield, N. Dak.
arrived here last week Saturday and
stayed here until this week Wednes
day. Mr. Berge is a tailor, of no
small reputation, and is looking for a
location. He was so well pleased
with Ilarlowton that he decided to
locate here at once. He has made
arrangements for the front room in
the upper story of the new. Grave's
building, and will be back in about
ten days to open up his shop.
A base ball team comprising some
of the best players of the Lewistown
and Moore aggregations will leave
here next Thursday morning for a
barnstorm trip which will ultimately
take them to the city of Minneapolis.
A number of games have been sched
uled with some of the strongest semi
pro teams between here and the Tw in
Cities and the players expect to make
railroad fares and expences while
enroute.-Lewistown Democrat.
Mr. E. W. Ray, the laundry man
from Roundup, was here in town last
week Saturday. Mr. Ray is an old
timer in this part of the state and
bears the distinction of baing the
first one to assess Harlrwton. He
has a large number of friends here in
the city that are glad to hear that he
is doing well in the Laundry business
at Roundup. Mr. Ray is the pro.
prietor of the Roundup Steam laundry,
which is one of the best in the state,
this fact is shown by the first-class
work it turns out. While talking
with the News man Mr. Ray said,
" We are going right after the Harlow
ton business and we are going to get
every bit of it in a very short time.
Hle left for Roundup on No. 6 Monday
Contest No. 1042, Serial No. 04470.
town. Montana, J uly 17 1909.
A sufficient contest affidavit having been
filed in this office by Manda Stageherg. contes
tant. against H. E. Entry, No. 1,34, made Apr.
21", 1105. for sw 1-4 Section 4. tp 6 n. r 19 e. M. P.
Meridian, by Cornelius Fissers Contestee, in
which it is alleged that said contestee died on
or about Aug. 1. 190$ and that his heirs or ex
ecutors has made any improvements on said
homestead since date of deceased death and
no one has taken possession of said premises
to the present date, said parties are hereby
notified to appear, respond and offer evidence
touching said allegation at 10 o'clock a. in. on
Sept.11, 1909. before W. 0. Straight U. S. com
missioner llarlowton. Montana and that fiial
hearing will be held at 10 o'clock a. m. on Sept.
14. 1909. before the Register and Receiver at
the United States Land office in Lewistown
The said contestant having. in a proper af
fidavit. filed Jul my2, 1909, set forth facts which
show that after due diligence personal service
of this notice can not be made it is hereby
ordered and directed that such notice le given
by due and proper publication.
" Register.
First Pub. Aug. 6.
Lewistown List No. 289,
United States nand Office.
Lewistown. Montana. August 2, 1909.
Notice is hereby given that the Northern
Pacific Railway Company whose post office
addess is St. Paul, Minnesota. has this 2nd day
of August 1909 filed in thisof ice Itsapplication
to select under the provisions of the Act of
Congress, approved .Iuy I, 11N (3l) Stat. 507"
620), the north half of the southwest quarter
of section 2t. in township x North of range 15
East of the Montana Principal Meridian. con
taining 80 acres.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
lands discribed or desiring to object because
of h mineral character of the land, or for
other reason. to the disposal to the appil
aat, should file their affidavits of protest in
this office, on or before the 7 day of September
C. E. McKoln. Register.
prinAub. AuultG.
We Make a Friend
Every Time we $ell a
Binder, Mower, Hay Ralke, Bull Rake or
-- Stacker -
That we also carry binding
twine, Harvester oil, hay forks, extras and
- Repairs
Uruer (Oerc&btile Co.
Capital 50,000 Fully Paid
"One Price to Everybody"
The Druggists
Our drugs are the finest ob- Everybody likes to receive a
tainable and our st ock is in letter on new style grade.
every way adequate. We We have "correct stationery
feel our responsibility to you here." Boxes or bulk.
and your physician. : : Any grades.
Our stock of Perfumes and Toilet Requi
sites is very complete and contains the best
in every line
-- - Ice bags, hot water bottles,
Try some of our Chocolates Fountain and combination
and Bon Bors. Always fresh. vulcanized rubber syringes.
Phone 85 HalOWtOn Drug Co. P. 0. Box 287
Harlowton, -: Montana.
a good watch. Punctuality is a quality that we all
should possess. How can one be punctual with an
unreliable time-piece? If you are in need of a good
watch, why not get it now? We recommend Howard,
Hamilton, Illinois, Elgin and Waltham movements.
Don't buy a "just as good," when you can get the
real article. Our prices are the lowest possible.
I 1Mb Auluu1 rir
Fergus County Agricultural' Mineral & Stock Association
Held at Lewistown, Montana,
September 1, 2, 3.
150 of the best Harness and Running Horses
in the state are entered for the Race Program.
The display of agricultural products will be
the best ever shown at tne Fair Grounds.
Blooded Stock of all kinds will be shown; good
purses for the winners.
I Something doing all the time. Free of out door attractions
Base Ball Games. Amusements for Old and Young.

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