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THE POLICY OF THE
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is to sell merchandise to the consumer on a
cash basis, thereby saving the purchaser
from 10 to 25 percent and at the same time
giving them merchandise that stands the
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Our buying power.
2. cutting out every 'un-necessary
running expense.
Selling for cash only.
The determination to price things to
the public based on a legitimate profit and
to keep them there.
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It is a pleasure to quote the following prices
for your consideration
Seedless Raisins, 2-15 oz. pkgs.
Seeded Raisins, 2-15 oz. pkgs.
Loose Muscatel Raisins, 25 lb. box ....
Van Camps Catsup, 14 oz. bottle.
5 lb. Sack Rolled Oats.
10 lb. box ex-choice Dried Peaches....
Liptons Tea, 1-2 lb. pkg, green label
Kelloggs Corn Flakes, 3 pkgs.
5 lb. box Graham Crackers.
Fresh Ranch Eggs, doz..
Lemons, Sunkist fancy, doz.
Spanish Onions, lb.:.
Flour, 98 lbs.,.
Mixed Feed, sack 100 lb...
Sliced Yellow Cling Peaches, 2 1-2 can....l9c.
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TELEPHONE YOUR ORDERS, NO. 40
P. S.—Mail Orders Promptly and Carefully
Taken Care of.
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LAUNDRY SATISFACTION
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You will find that the Laundry
work we do is just satisfactory
as that done in your own home,
and you get rid of all the muss
and fuss of wash day. It's more
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CHRONICLE, PRICE PER YEAR $2.50
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Try the Pollard Barber Shop. We
aim to please. Ladies and Childrens
How about getting that spring suit
cleaned tnd pressed at Downard's. Stic
Dressmaking and remodeling, Mrs.
R. J. McConville, 16 North Wood Avc.
Phone 253W.
8-4 4p
We clean and press portieres of
wool, silk or mixed material. Phone
Downard's
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Miss Ethel Douglass and Mrs. Harry
Gearheart made a trip to Billings
Monday to take n a show.
Easter is April 20. New fabrics for
suits at |26.00, $33.00, $36.50 and $39.
60.
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Mrs. George E. Mushbach, arrived
Friday of last week to spend a few
days visiting Mrs. J. E. Muchbach,
and Mrs. Anna Walter Alderson, both
of this city.
Mr. Albert Budas, former citizen of
Red Lodge, but who is now president
of the Roberts State Bank, was in
town Sunday and Monday. Mrs. Budas
and son Albert are residing among
the fruit, and flowers of'California
until the school term is ended.
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Frank Cobetto, returned Wednes
day from Roberts where he enter
tained the folks of that hamlet with
his accordion at a public dance. Frank
is a promising young musician, and
possess an ability that has been rec
ognized.
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Paul and Joseph Zemanek two en- I
terprising brothers, who for several i
years have been engaged in operating
their ranch beyond the two mile
bridge, are leaving ^ithin the next
week for Seattle where they shall
seek employment in the ship building
industry.
Mrs. F. H. Alden departed for
Omaha, Nbraska, where she will re
main for a period of six weeks or
longer. It is expected she will be
accompanied upon her return home,
by her son Frank, who will have ceas
ed a year's college activities at Mis
soula by that time.
The intimate friends, and speaking
acquaintances were delighted to wel
come Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Murphy
to Red Lodge for their few days visit
here. Mr. Murphy was for many
years master mechanic at the mine
but hi
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ton since being transferred,
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Kenneth Clemenson has again re
turned to his parents farm in Minne
sota, after a period sojourn in the
town that has heriored his sch ol-boy
days. He has been making his home
with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Albertson j
since November last, and was u.i em
ployee of the Northwestern Improve
ment company during that time. He !
is still the proud owner of the Shet- ;
land Pony that was awarded to him
in a contest given by the old Rex
theatre many years ago.
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Mr. W. C. Ball who has been for
a number ofyears the agent for the
Singer Sewing Machine has sold ell
Interests to a certain C. E. Allen who
is temporarily located in one of the
buildings of the Savoy block,
addition to handling
the sewing
machines and allaccessories, he shall
also carry the most recent model of
hemstiching machines that has been
patented.
In
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Mrs. A. J. Landers
. Candidate For
CITY TREASURER
City Election April 7th.
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Whether you want to pay $25 or $60 for a
Made-to-Measure Suit.
Also in Men's Shoes and Furnishings.
DOUGLAS SHOES
PETERS THE TAILOR
VISITS HOME OF FIRE CHIEF
Mr*. D. E. Nelson of Billings, and
small son arrived here Wednesday on
the noon train, and were escorted im
mediately to the home of Mr. and Mn
Ernest Graag. Mrs. Nelson will be
favorably recalled to the memory of
many residents, as Miss Ella Flynn,
and a sister of Mrs. Ernie Gragg, and
Mrs. Pat. Gibbons.
OLD MAN POTT VISITS
HIS NATIVE HAUNTS
During his brief stay in Red Lodge
Sunday between trains, W'arden M. W.
Potter was busy extending the glad
hand to his host of warm friends.
Matters of official busness summon
ed the warden to his old home town,
and altho Der Lodge was alright, Mr,
Potter claimed "there was no lodge
like Red Lodge."
DITCH COMPANIES HOLD MEET
On Wednesday sftcrnoon, in the
rear of the United States National
Bank, the Rocky Fork, and Clear
Creek ditch companies held a regular
meeting for the purpose of havng as
sessment on stock holders levied. The
members present wre: Metcalf Rob
inson, Otto Richter; Henry Rosetta,
and J. E. Mushbach. The decision in
regard to assessment, was the regular
amount hitherto levied.
MINERS HAVE HOLIDAY
Tuesday each miner observed the
"eight hour day law." Pay day hav
ing been the day previous it made
it possible for many of the laborers, to
indulge in some harmless recreation,
or to celebrate in general.
A craving for excitment seemed
to prevail, among the men, for noth
ing less than three tights occurred,
and a countless number of April Pool
Prank's ewre enacted, to fittingly ob
serve All Fool's Day. Notwithstand
> n 8 these trivial truths, the day end
peaceably. In the evening young,
and old, all enjoyed a real dance at
Workers Hall,
VOTERS SELECT
ON MONDAY
Qualified electors of the city of Red
Lodje will vote Monday on the se
lection of a mayor, city treasurer,
police judge and one alderman from
each of the city's three wards.
The campaign in the interest of the
various candidates has been carried
on very quietly, very little interest be
ing shown over the outcome.
posed for re-election by Miles Cham
berlin, Mrs. Frances Landers and O.
J. Simmons. Police Judge J. A. New
man is a candidate for another term
and is opposed by Charles Wilson and
E. B. Provinse.
John T. Flaiety and G. A. Jeffery
are canddates for mayoralty honors.
City treasurer H. S. Croonquist is op
Dan Little and W. J. Beans are op
posing candidates for alderman in the
first ward;
Youngholter in the second ward and
W. W. Nellsen and C. P. Keyes in
the third ward.
F. A. Sell
and Wm.
COMING
DR. KROMER
of Helena, who is
recognized thru
out Montana for
.. . superior ability!::
as an eyesight specialist, will be at the
'Pollard Hotel. Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday, April 21, 22 and 23. 3-3tc
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The Store of Quality and Right Prices
Next Door To The Roman Show
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In a variety of modes and materials
that will delight you, this display of the
new Coats, Suits and Dresses for early
spring wear affords you an opportunity
to choose garments both becoming and
well within the price which you wish to
pay.
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and Dresses which
you may select at
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Especially pleas
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in this group at
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$7.75 to $49.50
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For the younger folks we have arrang
ed a very special showing at the follow
ing prices, any one of which represents
a remarkable value at the price quoted.
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YOUNG LADIES, MISSES AND CHILDREN GARMENTS
At Prices From $4.75 to $14.95
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A LITTLE BIT OF
EVERYTHING
The modern society bud hopes she
will never bloom into a wall flower.
Epigraph On a Dentist
"View this grave with gravity,
He is filling his last cavity."
To laugh is to grow fat.
So the young ladies, in order to
keep up with the prevailing style
must all wear sour faces.
The human race is never satisfied.
No doubt when the summer season is
here, and there are lawns to be mow
ed, we will long for the ■winter, so
that we may again enjoy the pastime
of shoveling snow.
In a Georgia paper sometime ago
it was stated that two negroes, and a
white person were lynched by a mob.
Probably the white man was thrown
in on the side, to add color to the
dark deed.
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try. Why not
take time to
come and see our fresh rolls, bread
and doughnuts. They are delicious.
Our products on sale at—
MONTANA BAKERY, Phone 171R.
HOME GROCERY, Phone 19
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[CLASSIFIED ADS
WANTED—Clean cotton rags with
adv.
out buttons. Chronicle office.
FOR RENT—Furnished rooms. 301
North Hauser. Phone 244.
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FOR RENT—Good house. Inquire
Picket Hotel.
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FOR SALE—A good fur cape cheap
and a Star Electric Heater. Phorte
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FOR SALE—White Leghorn baby
chicks at 16 cents a piece. John Rook,
Red Lodge, Montana.
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FOR SALE—Modern bungalow,
furnished. North part nf city.
bargain. Inquire Chronicle.
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GUARANTEED—Hemstitching and
Picoting attachment. Fits any mach
ine. $2.60 prepaid or C. O. D. Circul
S ars free. LeFlesh Hemstiching Co.,
8-lp.
Dpt. 2, Sedalia, Mo.
Bargain Hunter* Ever.
Somehow n woman never seems to
lire of her efforts to get on article
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Reliable
Repair Work
Only the most careful
workmanship and gen
uine repair parts go in
to your battery when
you bring it to us for
repairs. And you can
rely on our honest judg-
ment as well as work
manship.
And when it comes to
recharging, bring your
battery to us. Here
your battery will re
ceive proper care and
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6Xp611 attention.
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TREASURE CITY
ELECTRIC SERVICE
COMPANY
Ferdinand Koski, prop

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