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Read Marshalls add. Del Doors was down from Twedot Monday. All kinds of hardware at Marshalls. Charlie Reynolds was a Twodot visitor Monday. Guns and ammunition at Marshalls. Perry Moore was a visitor from Twodot Monday. Men's warm winter caps at Marshalls. Herman Leib spent Christmas with his family here. When your pipe don't work call at the Bon Bon. Two small houses for rent. See L. D. Glenn at once. 27-tf Men's fur coats, at the right price at Marshalls. Miss Seraphine Labrie is spending Christmas, with her parents. Ceretana flour-none getter at Marshalls only. Joseph Martino of Castle was in the city a few days this week. Richelieu Brands at. the iilarlowton Grocery Co. Try thenm. C. N. Friday and E. M. .lenizern left for Billings Monday on businesis. "Home Brand" Can Goods, the world's best, at Mlarshalls. Ralph Jellison was in town from Twodot Monday, he returned Tuesday. R. R. Lea, the architect, made a business trip to Lewistown Wednes day. Richelieu goods are rich in good ness. ilarlowton Grocery Co. H. E. Marshall left Moitnday for Maudlow and several other places west. For a good smoke try a Richard A. Harlow Cigar. Best on the market. Geo. Moore of Twodot was one of the many visitors in Ilarlowton this week. "Gold Seal" rubbers and over shoes at Marshalls. Robert Shiell of Garneill was visiting friends in the city last week. For a good smoke try a Richard A. Harlow Cigar. Best on the market. The wLst bound passenger train was one hot r and a half late Monday forenoon. ITLylers' & Casey's candies are the very best. For sale at the lion lion. 1 rs. Cauterman, from Rv\egate. was doing some shopping in Ilarlow ton Mondiay. Try the Richelieu "DI)llar" pack age of coffee. Ilarlowton Grocery ('o. .lames Ahern, a Harlowton visitor for a few days, departed for Great Falls Tuesday. E. G. Worden, Lawyer First Nat ional Bank Block, Lewistown, Mont. 15-tf E. B. Cornwell. trainmaster on the Rocky mouIntain division, was in liar lowton Tuesday. If you wish to sell your house, lots or anything else, list them with W. C. H usband. 15-tf After January first the stores in Ilarlowton will open at 8:00 a. in. anrd close at li:(1) p. nm. Snow White flour the only genuine hard wheat flour sold in Ilarlowton. llarlowton Grocery Co. I What We I Carry I I I I Groceries, Dry Goods and Notions, Boots and Shoes, Gents Furnish ings, Hardware, Paints, Oils and Varnishes, Lumber, Lath, Sashs, Doors and Stucco, Shingles, Build ers Hardware, Harness, Crockery, Machinery. I URNER MERCANTILE CO. CAPITAL $50,000.00 FULLY PAID STh Popl's Store Ore Prike to vybody L ... .meE .Ol i I Jim Sultzer left for Missoula Monday morning after spending a few days with his sister. A pleased customer is a walking advertisement. Richelieu goods please Harlowton Grocery Co. F. S. Akin and wife of Ryegate were in town transacting business the latter part of last week. Candies for the holidays. A large assortnment ili bull: and in fancy boxes, at the Hon Bon. S. T. Swetzer, who for the past year worked on tihe Ford ranch east of town, left Tuesday for Lewis I ow\ n. Buy luy.lers' & Casey's candies for your holidays if you ,want the best. For sale at t lie Bion Boi. It. 1). Broadrick, one of Martins dale's popular young mlien, was inl the city Tuesday and Wednesday on business. Music furnishel d for dances and parties, also lesonis on the violin. Enqluire a. ()Olsen' Studio. Harry Sultzer fronm Ptlllbrook was in ilarlouwtot, a few days la.t xweek to spend ('hrilstras with his sister. Hie left Mlonta i morning. If you want good groceries go to the liarlottor Grocery Co. and ask for the Itichellieu Hrands. Mrs. J. J.. Fisher wlsises to annunce that she is noiw prepared to clean anld press clothes. Prices reasonable, consistent with first class work. Roundup Coal, $;6 .) per ton cash. Delivereid to any part of tile city. J. J. Hall, exclusive agent. 12-tf Mrs. E. N. Le ('lair departed Mon day for her Ihonme in the Flathead count rv to visit relat ives. She ex pects to tbe gone a week or ten days. Ilichelieu ptiodls are several de arees het t ert hall any pure food law requires. llarlouM ton Grocery Co. Edgar Sag re of Martirnsdale, who l.r It h past few nnllt hs has been at Itending school at olizemari, is visit ing his parents during tihre holidays. Young Men's Suits and Overcoats for winter wear at E. F. Ross & Co. Friend Bros. Clothing Co. Milwaukee. Justice of tile Peace Rightenour has been busy t ie past week colmplet ing tile court room, which is located on lower Main Street east of Urner's st ore. FOR RENT-A neat ottffice room above the McQuitty building. In quire at tile Ilarlowton Grocery Co. 14-tI Miss Anna Schafer, who has been attending school at tile St. Vincent Acadeimy of llelena., is visiting her sister, Miss Bertha, during tie holi days. Olsen. the Pllotographer, can give you tile latest and up-to-date styles in photo's rland as good as you can get in tihe Twin Cities. Call anrid see him. Mrs. J. Wheeler Freeman, who 'or tile past few months has hbeen visit ing relatives ill and around Washington, I). C., is expected home FOt()VTN-A whiite cuff from a set of furs. Lontr may have same by calling at tihe News otllce and paying for t his ad. Miss A\rntoinette Boirke. who has been visitinig her sister, Mrs. Benj. t'rner at this place tile past few (iay, returned to her borne in Hlelena Wednesday. Frienrd Bros. Suits and Overcoats give style, quality, wear and hold their shape as no of her clothing. Sold by E. F. Ross & Co. Piano arid vocal lessons by Mrs. E. J. North. $1.00 per lesson. 22tf A S HA L L S SPECIAL SHOWING' OFi INEW WINTER GOODS DURING the past tiw.eeks we have reseived many new materials in the dry goods department as well as 'other departments which we are showing in ftine tgtions at price not to be equaled anywhere. Clothing Shoes Special prices on Men's and Shoes of merit our line is Children's Suits. complete in every detail. Boy's Pants ................ Sc Men's pants ................9c Children's Vici Kid at......75ce Worth one third more. Misses' I)ongola Kid at....$1.25 Men's Cassimer Suits with Lades' owe Kid at.... $1 good heavy lining...... *9.8 Men's Box Calf........... $2.15 Men's heavy Kersey Over- We have everything f om the coats, storm collars, worth tine French Kid Drlhe, down to $17.00. Special at......$13.45 work shoes at the rilglt prices. Boy's Skates Barney & Berry Solid Steel runner Skates, full clamp. .5c Special at .................................................... Brown Graniteware in all the necessaries of the kitchen at special prices. Special For a short time we will sell a $45.00 Quarter Sawed Oak Sewing Machine, high finish, roller $33.65 bearing, as a special at ............... .................. igh Grade C t Glass Special 20o per cent of regular High price. Carving Sets in fine PILE OF STYLE MAKF make. Fine forged steel, Stag and Vegetable handles. Special 15 per cent off regular price. READY TO WEAR DEPARTMENT DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT Children's Coats with fur collar and cuff at a big reduction. Children's Schocl Handkerchiefs at ...........................5 Cents Ladies' Beaver Cloth Coats worth $20, Special at $13.65 Best Quality Apron Check Gingham at........................7 Cents Ladies' Dress Skirts in black and colors at Special Reduction. Children's Ribbed School Hose at............................15 Cents Muslin Corset Covers tight fitted at. 25 cents. Amoskeg Outing 'Flannel at .................................9 Cents Muslin Corset Covers, lace Yoke at 45 Cents. Garners Heavy Cretons at ...................................10 Cents OUTFITTERS FOR MANKIND EXTRA SPECIAL EXTRA SPECIAL Men's Sanitary Just A rrived Fleeced Slhirts a Swell Line and Drawers of Men's Ties FIFTY CENTS THE BUSY STORE FIFTY CENTS ___________________________I Miss Elizabeth Weber of Melville and Miss Weber of Davenport, Iowa are tirhe guests of their sister, Mrs. Robert Glenn in Harlowton during the holidays. Classy Suits and Overcoats for young men who want. style and quality at the right prices. Friend Bros. line at E. F. Ross & Co. Saaie I)elaine of Lolo, Montana was in the city Monday, she and her sister, Mrs. W. M. Shaw, leaving Tuesday for Moore where they will visit relatives. Miss clhafer is now ready to give lessons in music on the mandolin piano and guitar. $1.00 per lesson. St udio at Robertsons Jewlery Store. 10-tf Misses Geraldine 'and Wilhelmena Galvin arrived from Helena to spend Christ mas with their parents, where they have been attending the St. Vincent Academy. Get the habit of ordering your meat at the Graves Market. Mr. Graves guarantees equal satisfaction wheth el you order in person or over the telephone. "Where Cleanliness is Par amount." 14-tf Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Stevens depart ed for a two weeks vacation. They will visit the latter's relatives at Cooperstown, North Dakotah, thence to the Twin cities. ' 'There is no profit in selling a man his first suit, if it turns out to be his last," is t ie apt phrase of Mr. Urner of tihe Urner Mercantile Co. Its good logic in keeping with the reputation of this store. 18-tf Today the Majestic Orchestra of this place, consisting of seven pieces, will leave for Three Forks to furnish music for tile New Years dance given by the fireman. Miss Nellie Harden, who has been teaching the grammar grade in the public school at this place, wnent to Roundup Tuesday to visit her brother. She will return Saturday. Mrs, Sam Burbridge and son, Ralph, of Cruse arrived in Hariowton Wed nresday. Mrs. Burbridge will visit friends for a few da3s. Ralph left thire same day for Lewistown. R. B. Stephenson, the real estate man of tlarlowton, left Tuesday for Castle where he will complete the deal for the sale of the Moore ranch, com prising several thousand acres. The Lewistown train went as far as Oka Monday morning, but had to return on account of a heavy fall of srnow in that neighborilood, one train being already snow-bound there. P. M. Price, who owns tire Harlow ton livery barn at this place, left for Great Falls to visit his family inring tile holidays. W. M. Shaw is managing the stable during his absence. Mr. and Mrs. Root and their son, .foe, lineman for the Iarlowton Light & Water Company, were at Roundup to spend Christmas wit ih Superintend ent Taylor of the Milwaukee mines at that place. Starting Saturday and continuing until the 31st of .January, the Boston store is offering three handsome pres' ents consisting of a toilet and mans-i cure set, a sofa pillow and $5.00 worth of goods. J. F. Ross. for some time foreman of the Penwell ranch, which is better known as the Ford ranch, and wife, accompanied by Mrs. Ross' sister, Miss Flossie Preston, departed Tues day for Michigan, William Hale has accepted a con tract with Mr. Van Cleve to repre sent some mining claims which the latter owns at Spring Creek, a min ing camp north of Martinsdale. Mr. H le left Tuesday for that place. While closing the door of his safe, R. B. Stephenson met with a very painful accident. It seems as though Mr. Stephenson accidently stuck his right index linger in the safe door which resulted in its being smashed. Last week P. M. Price made quite an improvement to his property, the Harlowton Livery Stable, by erecting a blacksmith shop in the rear of his place. This shop is 18x26, and will not only simplify work, but will be avaluable asset to same. Those fortunate in the contest given by the Urner Mercantile Co., which was for the one buying the most goods in a given length of time, were: First prize, rocker, Young McDonald; second prize, set of dishes, Lee Smith; third prize, pair of shoes, T. F. Hanzlik. During the past week the News force have been busy printing stat Ionery and booklets for the Broad water County Mining company of Townsend, which shows that opera tions are being prepared to fully develop this valuable mining prop erty. Booklets may be had free by writing to J. J. Fisher, Townsend, Montatna, or W. C. Husband, Har lowton, Montana. New Management. A deal was consummated this week whereby Mayor A. T. Anderson be comes prop. of the Urner Hotel, one of the most up-to-date hotels in town, it being built of brick and heated by steam. This hotel is located on Main Street adjoining the Urner Mercan tile company's store. Mr. Anderson Ihas, for the past few years, been manager of the above mentioned store, and in that time has made a host of friends who wish htim every success in the running of this magnificent structure. Wedding. On Thursday, Dec. 24th, Mr. Ernest Goodspeed of Ryegate and Miss Hannah Jones of Wisconsin were united in marriage. Rev. McMahon officiated. The young people came to Harlo~ton expecting the ceremony to take place here but, as the Mon tana statute implies, the ceremony must take place in the county where the marriage license is issued, so the happy couple were -married at Gar neill. The license had been Issued in -ergus county. Modern Woodmen Dance. The dance given Christmas Eve by I the Modern Woodmen of America proved a grand success nearly seven ty-five couple being in attendance. The arrangements were carried thru without a hitch and everyone left feeling that they had spent one of the most pleasant evenings of their lives. Shawmut Items. Seth Wilson was in Shawmut this week after cattle. George Knudson is building a house on his desert claim northeast of Shawmut. Messrs. Guzman, Roberts and Nelson were guests at the Thomas ranch Christmas. There is more snow around Shaw mut than we have had for a good many years. "RING OUT THE OLD, RING IN THE NEW!" If your jubilation over the advent of the New Year has in it a thought of a graceful gift for a favored friend, Slet its pleasure be made here. Whatever in gems or jewelry is worthy of first, or even second consideration, it goes with out the saying, is at Robertson's Jewelry Store. Exclusive agent for the celebrat ed Howard ' Hamilton watches. A. F. ROBERTSON JEWELRY AND WATCH HOUsE C. M. & P. S. RAILWAY WATCH INSPECTOR Mr. and Mrs. G. II. Davis returned from St.. Paul Monday. Mrs. iurbridge came up from Miles City Monday and is having a taste of country life. Mrs. Collyer and nephew, Nicholas Jenizen, made a trip to Harlowton for Christmas. A party of young folks enjoyed themselves Christmas night by skat inron the river. I.). Broadrick came down from Martinsdale to spend Christmas with the Crawford family. The new store here is open for bus iness and has already proven quite a convenience to tihe people.