10/12/2017 4:52:00 PM/Categories: Life Out West, Montana Historical Society
Montana towns – This Harlowton street scene is a window into the past. Saloons, “rooms,” and a pool hall at “The Club” offering 5-cent beer are visible as well as a barber shop, a tin shop, and a specialty diamond and watch store, complete with a large clock on the sidewalk made to look like a pocket watch. The time is about a quarter past eight in the morning, and merchants appear ready for business.
Harlowton, Montana, Central Ave., looking south, ca. 1917, photographer unidentified, MHS Photo Archives, catalog #PAc 2013-50 #1613
During the recent Range Beef Cow Symposium in Cheyenne and the Montana Stockgrowers Convention in Billings, the crew at Alltech Hubbard were busy visiting with ranchers about the importance of proper nutrition for their cattle this time of the year; especially those mother cows. And introducing cattlemen and cattlewomen to their new Blueprint Beef Nutrition Program.