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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 ABSOLUTELY FREE 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 FOR Ice Cream, Candy, Stationery, Books, Tobacco, Cigars, Drugs and Notions GO TO T. R. PORTER Confectionery • " • n m= - Ii Graves Hotel Harlowton, Montana Up-to-date. The finest in the State of its size. Fifty rooms. J. N. KLEBER, Proprietor READ THE NEWS " - PELTS "i.n, WE WANT I # wPelts And will Pay you top Pikces. If you have any, write or Phone us m and get our Prices. C) I 1 HARLOWTON HIDE, FUR & WOOL CO. A AT. MEAD). I'iop. L PHONE BLACK S1 HARLOWTON, MCNT I,......... -WOOL -......... .. The Harlowton' IN;p A. H. EISELEIN, Editor and Publisher. E'I'EIMS OF' SI;BSCRIPTIOO N One Year. .............. .....50 Subscript ion Payable in Advnt... ADIVElIt'lIsN(* RATES FUaRNISHjBi ON API'PLICA't ION E' i.t rd its ,(teond-class matter Aftiust 2d IIH ;. at the I)ostoflhce at Hlarlowton, aontaa, thdert the act ot ctlntress of March lid. is.g. Sutstlrtiars who fail to receive thelt DsDerm. will il.as'e . not ify thist office. Nuh,~crihlrer" dl,'iringl addr'ess changed, dIbee rive forirt, . atddress. as well as new one. NOTICE copy for Ihangei or advertising must be in this otlH' hitt" 'I'tuetsayV evenilng to receive the I)I'OI' r llattL tion Of late there has been a large num b r of at.to.nobile accidents due to reckless drivirig. In many cases the offenders~ arei men wit li more money tllan brains and vi ho have the mis taken idea that oilier people have no rights for them to respect. Fre q luent ly the offenders are the victims of tl eir o ni foolishless, and when this is the case it is exceedingly dir licult to feel any sympathy for them. Whien one considers the moral cor pltlion thiat prevails among the idle rich, and \hichi is being disclosed In I he Thaw case. .ne is quite ready to "elit've that virtue and honor are sliore ofltten found in tile humble hdwelling tof the poor than in the man ,iolt of tlie rich. Plreciselv Ivat branch of "art" Mrs. Evelyn Thaw thinks of pursuing has not been made clear. The refer ecie., iln her diary to a "pie-face iiiuo " \ ould indicate some sympathy w\\itih the colloqluial tendencies of cur rent literature. A Kansas tmtan claims to have dis covered a perfectly graftless system of city gtovernment. The only trouble iitli his invention, we suspect, -is that like tile perpetual motion, it will not work. Soime habits, pliable at first, ulti mately become tixed and Ihard like somie mniierals which are soft when lug Ibecome as hard as rock when ex lposed to the air. What a betnelicient change would take Itlace if the chronic fault finder, whio picks hole:: in tihe actions of ot lers would only reform himself. Nearly every exchange in the state is taking a turn at the Monitanagame laws. .Miles City for a good celebration every time. The Leather Trust is stretchingt lt!'; I hide. An Attractive Booklet. Billings, Montana, August 11. (Special) -- Active preparations are 1being carried on at the headquar ters of the Montana Board of Control of the F'ouirth I )Dry Farming Congress for thlie publication of the advance book which will announce tihe coining ('congress to be held at Bilings, October 25, 211 in connection with which will be held the International 1)ry Farm Exposit ion. October 25, 261. Walter G. ('randcleburg w ho is t raveling through the state in the interest of the Mon tana Board of Control is meeting withi success ini securing the co opcration of the people of the various districtsof the state of Montana in the plreparation1 of this book. Mr. IBrandenburg is now in the northern part of the state and after visiting the Milk Itiver Valley towns will pro ceedl through Valley, l)awson, Custer and il hchebud counties, returning to illings about the middle of this Iiuonth, later lie will proceed west ward again to Carbon ('ounty and will then visit :ut rte. N issoula and ot her points. Tlhc prnoposed bootk will cont ain a number of articles on the resources and development of Montana in gel eral and will contlain descript ions of a Srumellller of thie more imiportant dis tricts of tie state. 'l, illustrationus, wthtch \will prove the imost attractive and instrunctive features of the book will show d(ry fi'rmii scenes and inrclude a nlumber lo pictures of the presentl HATCHiNG THEM OUT EVERY DAY n r _ -+ i·S~(, `·~SI~P9-E years harvesting fields. The book wiill be published by the Montana Board of Control in a large edition and sent to the 5,000 members of the Congress and to about 25,000 other farmers homeseekers, and investors throughout the country. The purpose of t hlie Board of Control being to make this book a valuable medium thru which an idea of the great possibill ties of Montana may be given to prospective settlers and investors. School Notes At a recent meeting of the board, arrangements were made for renting and seating two extra rooms for the accomodation of the school. The high school will take up the work of the first year and also the second if necessary. Returns have beeu received from the eighth grade ex amination which was held here in May. Those successful in passing the examination were Alma Bergquist, Mamie Anderson and Jacob Turney. Following are the names of teachers for this year: Primary grade, Mary J. Davis; intermediate grade, Miss Nellie llarden;grammargrade, Laska Laughlin; high school, Miss Laura Foote. No More Tips on the Milwaukee.. Local railroad men are dnterested in tihe announcement made at Fargo recently by a Chicago railroad man that the Chicago, Milwaukee & Puget Sound road will soon replace colored porters on its passenger trains with white employes. According to the Chicago man, placing the colored por ters in the relic class will mean an abolition of the tip system as far as such abolition is possible. In other words the salary of the whiteemploye will be sufflicient to permit him to live decently without the aid of the traveler's largesse. All over the country this rumor is causing railroad officials to sit up and take notice and in the event the ex periment is tried it will be watched with interest. That the experiment will be tried and tried soon is stated authoritively, but local Puget Sound officials have no notice that it is pro jected. Not only is it planned, according to rumor, to dispense with colored por ters in the sleeping cars, but the waiters in the diners will go as well. If you need a pump, "Talk with Swanson," the practical mechanic. RUI)YARI KIPLING 00k about you, and sooner or later you will see some man to whom the idea of wealth, as wealth does not ap peal. I advise you to watch this man closely, for he will presently demonstrate to you that money dominates every body except the man who does not want money. You may meet that man on your farm, in your village, or in your legisla ture. But be sure that, when ever or wherever you meet him, as soon as it comes to a direct issue between you, his little finger will be thicker than your loins. You will go in fear of him; he will not go in fear of you. Yor will do what he wants; he will not do what you want. You will find you have no weapon in your armory with which you can attack him; no argument with which you can appeal to him. Whatever you gain, he will gain more. I would like you better to be that man, because from the lower point of view it doesn't pay to be possessed by the desire of wealth for wealth's sake. If more is necessary to you, for purposes not your own, use your left hand to acquire it, but " keep your right for your proper work in life. If you employ both arms in that game you will be in danger of stooping; in danger of losing your soul. BON BON CONFECTIONERY AND NEWS STAND If You are in Need of Stationery, Magazines Candy, Cigars & Tobaccos go t The Bon Bion 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 Dealers in All kinds of building maerial, Sash Doors, Lincoln Pains, Hygienic Kalsomine, And he Place to get the Best Prices on Plate Glass to be Obtained. PHONE 32 - Order your bread, pies, dough nuts, cream puffs and pastries by telephone before 10 o'clock a. m., and get a prompt delivery at STHE CITY BAKERY Our bread is also tor sale at the Urner Mercantile Co's. and Mar : : shalls stores. BUS & TRANSFER HARRY COSGRIFF, Prop. Bus and Transfer Bus Meets all Trains Harlowton, .. . Montana Harlowton Meat Market Wholesale and Retail Dealers Fresh & Salt Meats, Butter, Eggs and Provisions Special Attention Given to Mail Orders Joseph Labrie Harlowte, Noatan THE BLUE RIBBON JOHN ENGLISH, Proprietor Billiards, Pool, Bowling Confectionary, Cigars, Tobaccos Ice Cream and Soft Drinks now For Sale THE STATE BANK OF HARLOWTON We give below a list of our directors, Feeling that no further guarantee of conservative management need be given Benj. lrner Jos. Labrie M. N. Stevens G. D. Martin Dr. S. K. Campbell J. H. Freeeer W. O. Straight Benj. Urner, Pres. W. O. Straight, Cashier Lewellin Drug Co. Leading Druggists Prescriptions Carefully Compounded Ice Cream Parlor in Connection --- --Agents for EDISON PHONOGRAPHS Phone 29 " - Cenacral Ave.