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mirloan Preas AimpelatIon.
h.llment rSmall- -many Familiu
INlii.l g the City i Order to
Put Children in School.
The Rarlow ton public schools open
ed Tuesday with an enrollment of 90.
This is but a small enrollment. Many
children have not entered at this
time. A number of fadidlies are mov.
hig to this city in order to have child
ren in school this winter. The num
ber ought to double by October first.
There are many more children of
school age who have not yet entered
and who should be taking adgantage
of the school opportunities. There
are a number however who have exs
pressed their sentiments favorably on
Tlhis year the Second year's high
school work was added and worl has
been planned in order that the boys
and girls will not lhave to go to the
surrounding towns for their school
work at a great expense and at the
same time their parents paying taxes
to run the home sclibol,
The new building has not beencom
pleted but it is expected to be ready
in about six weeks.
L. D. Glenn has Announeed His
,Candidacy for Nomination
to this Office.
L. D. Glenn is a candidate for the
nomination to the office of County
Attorney. His many friends have
prevailed upon him to come out as a
candidate and have pledged him their
support. Mr. Glenn is the pioneer
attorney in this section of the county
"and has built up a clean and enviable
practice. He is a man of sterling
qualities and abode reproach in all
I A i R_
CUN HARLOWTON N 1 0 N T AN A-22 1
F A IR.21. 223. 2u4 1910
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MSA H R... .M A !E
i- a of Hesa W.is .M
Last Thursday afternoon at three
o'clock, Mrs. Thomas i. ,~s brt was
seized with an attectk of h rt disease
and expired very suddenly. :Whldt
her friends had been espestingý some
thing like this might halpfln for
some time, nevertheleas"ab ` bl O
was Beverly felt. For sevt.rl years
Mrs. Halbert has been freltvIht
treatment for the heart afd. [ai cOI.
suited some of the moat' mitlent
For several months past Mris.
bert has been making her home in
Hedgesville so as .o be near medical
Hid, she beinag sualect to sudden at
thks of hart tr0oble. For several
dys before her death she had 'been
very busy fixing ,and otherwise re
p~iring the dfew home that she had
but recently purchased, and.from ap
psarances looked to be in better
health than for some time.
In the passing away of Mrs. H l
eet this section loses one of its pi
neers, for she has oeen' a resident o0f
Careless crdk ever since her mar
rlage to Mr. Haltbert. She was poe
sesesed of the indomitable courage
that was chara#teristlc among p :
neer women, a true chaf'acter asld
steadfast disposition, and a heart
full of hospitality.
Miss Alice Anna Cameron was
born at Evaness, Scotland, in De
cember. -1855. She was married to
Thomas L. Halbert about 20 years
ago, about five years after her ar
rival in America. She is survived by
her husband, five brothers and one
sister, Frank J., John, Louis and
Thomas Cameron and Mrs. John
Grant of Roundup,
Funeral services were conducted
Sunday afternoon in the E pal
chapel at Whit i Sgltphir l
Rev. J. Phillip Anshutz om.cnig,
after which interment took , ia
I hereby announce my candidacy
for the nomination to the office, of
County Attorney of Meagher County,
subject to the will of the Republican
County Convention. • Thanking you
for your support, I am,
L. D. GLENN.
Contracts involving nearly $50,000
have been awarded for improvements
at Fort Missoula.
A block of land has been given to
the Urseline Sisters. in Great Falls,
for a school for young ladies.
Sam Phelps, wanted at Fort.Benton
for burglary and jail breaking, was
arrested at Bismark, North Dakota,
RAIN WELL RECEIVED
The Rains of the Past Week are
Well Received--Soil is Now
Ready for Plowing.
This section of the state was visit
ed by a number of heavy rains during
the past week. At times the at
mosphere was cold enough to cover
the ground with a thin layer of snow.
The past summer has been exc.p
tionally dry with the result that
many of the farmers have found it
impossible to do their fall plowing on
account of the ground being sothard.
The hot sun and little rain has baked
the ground so hard in places that it
was impossible to break new ground.
During the past week the farmers
were busy between storms with their
plowing outfits. Many acres sur
rounding this city are being sowed in
This year has demonstrated beyond
a doubt that this is a great winter
wheat section. Notwithstanding the
exceptionally dry year the yields in
this section were good.
lb0 Mill BEga O dlig
t ontaia. Wheat
_ Thursday the local dour mill
grinding out flour. For t.#
week the mill has been getttla
wheat ip rea4 neu fogr!pind1n .
the =inl bas a capacity of1 O
.res a day but at the present ti
only one-half of the mill will bS
oper.ton, 'the tquipmepn'.
best moqney lan buy. In addition
the r. iA1t'hachinery, the milli
equipp)l with a washing and dr"
plant. The old method and the onl
in use by the m5 jority Of "'lslls
scouring the yhebt withoat ws 1nl g
The new method is to Wash and' .cotr
the wheat thereby eleani s the wheat
pertectly beforti44 t made -to flour.
Without the , ing procesa, clean
flO.t .annot b a.i The dirt is no.
noticeable ' ne'vertheless it is pres
T 'The mill is in charg. of old ~time
Vilers that have srijt their lives in
John O' anell, a pioneer, died at
a wsp $l n l5tItts iat week.
p l*i Tpl .In Billings
da delaabt least S ay.
tast wek the neWiboys of Buste
enfjyed their annual 9p ic at Pipge
stone Springs, the guiits of J. N;
The postofilce store at Alberton w
recently robbed, $15 in stamps being
taken and $100 in cash.
A distributing point of the Pur.
The Sweet Pea Carnival and the
'Interstate Fair was held in Bozeman.
4Girl ns inupeoece
ear-old Alma Ke r, as the result of the an's eorts to w the aection
of Mrs. :. A Munes of Vallejo, Cal. The potice of every state tn the Union
had sought Wenditnfr for severa' monts before he was finally located, and,
despite sever crs examining on the part of detectives in the Califora
etropolli, they formailed to gain a confession from him. He readily adschool in oitted
that e was the man wanrrested but asserted t Francisco chared with the slaying only beausgh
he wanted to get aways from his wife.
e manufacture of flour. The flour
ill be manufactured out of Montana
heat exclusively and will be the
st product that can be had.
. Few people realize what the mill
eans to this section. At the pres
nt rate of 600 barrels a day it takes
800 bushels of wheat for a days grind.
his ought to be a stimulant for the
asing of more winter wheat in this
K A warehouse for the storageof flour
'is under copstruction and will be
i3ompleted in a short time. At the
present time the mill has steel stor
4ge tanks for 30,000 bushels of wheat
ºnd is buildinz more.
The mill is an example of expert
orkmanship and the management
ill be glad to show visitors through
e mill and explain how the wheal
made into flour.
A special election was held Septem
ber 3 to decide whether or not the
town of Valier should incorporate.
The Reverend Father James Eng
jish of St. Mary's parish, Butte, died
iL St. Joseph's hospital in Deer Lodge
The state convention of the Mon
tana district of the United Mine
Workers of America was held in Hil
Major Fred Morgan, Flathead In
Ian Agent, has given assurance of
is cooperation in the building of
BRIDE A FEW
H OURS ARRESTED
ALIIn Bae of bundap Ar
teeted.a Cbs. of Biary Seen
After Beemlnag Bride.
Miss Lillian Ma' Balasch was mar
ried to Harry P. Lambert of Roundup
last Thursday. The young couple
left on the morning train fQr Butte
where Miss Batch was arrested on the
charge of bigamy.
The warrant for her arrest was
sworn out by Harry A. Bachstein of
Melrose, Minnesota, who claims that
he married the woman in New York
in 1907, and says that they lived to
gether until last April when she left
r After the arrest Miss Batch was
taken to Roundup where .she was
given a preliminary hearing. She was
later sent to Lewistown to await
Harry P. Lambert is one of the
most highly respected young business
men of Roundup, being cashier of the
FiLrst National Bank. lie is bearing
up well under the unfortunate afair
and is back to his work at the bank.
The County Convention of Demo
crats was Held at White Sul
phur Springs Tuesday.
The meeting was called to order by
J. Cliff Tipton, chairman of the
Democratic Central Committee, who
read the call for the convention, The
temporary officers elected were Powell
Black of White Sulphur Springs chair
man and Grover Perkins of this city
The following committees were ap
pointed: Committee on Resolutions,
i. S. McQuitty chairman, Committee
on Credentials, Dr. S. K, Campbell
chairman, Committee on Order of
Business, Robert Zenthner chairman,
and Committee on Permanent Or
n ntIon ,Joe .asonchairman.
Geuj Ib*iie was melected chair
man and J. W.- Anderson secretary of..
the democratioe entral committee of
Meagher county. Powell Black was
elected State Central' committeeman
thom Mesgsldr county.
The delegates elected to attend the
State Convention at Livingston
Thursday were N. B. Smith, George
L. Williams, J. L. McKillip, I. S.
McQuitty, and Powell Black.
The following nominations for the
county ticket were made:
Representatives, I. S. McQuitty and
N. B. Smith; County Recorder, Geo.
Fowlie; Treasurer, J. W. Anderson;
Asses7or, J. H. Stewart; sheriff. Geo.
l. Williams; County Commissioner,
C. C. Gurley; County Attorney, none;
County Superintendent of Schools,
Miss A.. Belle Francisco; Public Ad
ministrator, none; County Surveyor,
REPUBLICAN CAUCUS SAT.
The Republicuns of This City Will
rI.t Trmorrow A to. Elect
Dehligtes for Ceavention.
A Republican caucus will ne held
tomorrow night in the Opera House
for the purpose of electing delegates
to attend the county convention at
White Sulphur Springs September 13.
The Republican Central Committee
has allowed Harlowtoni eleven dele
gates. It is very important that all
republicans turn out and attend this
meeting. Many matters of much in
terest to the party will come up and
it behoves all republicans to be pres
H. H. Holloway drove in from his
ranch in his auto last Wednesday.
E. O. Currie of Helena, with the
Penwell Land Company, spent a few
days in this city last week.
FOR SALE-House, lot and cabin
that cost 8850 dollars one block from
Main Street. Will sell for 8650 cash.
Inquire of E. F. Ross.
Pem.ely Der.t a,s,
Yung Am.iseuan Siy Gir.'
Coiati wal Caild fe Last
At the meeting of the city council
lust Wednesday night the water
bonds were sold to C. H. Coffin of
Chicago for $15,038 at 6 per cent
Interest. G. W. Smith of Denver
representing JH. H. Causey & Co. o
that city was here to bid on t3 h
bonds. He congratulated the council
on selling the bonds at that price
considering the present money mar
Ordinance number 31 pertaininto
the water works bonds valf uasad.
A copy ,of this ordinance may be
found on another page of this issue.
ste work of installing the water
works system will begin as soon as
the money arrives and bids for the
work are received. Much of the work
will be completed thieds week.
Roundup Celebrated Labor Day li
Grand Old Style---Coutesta,
Speeches and Music.
Last Monday Rousndup at tha ost
fitting manner celebrated Labor Day.
A pumber of interest lg events were
married women's race..fat men's race,
catchin a greased pig and a gyood
baseball game. The days program
was opened by a parade through tihe
principal streets of the city. A num
ber of good speeches were made,
The attendance wabids large mny
parties from the nearby owns sprkd
ing thd day at that city, A nuiber
of persons from this city we.t to.he
e Spti reches Tuesday ms rn