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THE SPORT OF ALL SPORT
Fishing WILL SOON BE HERE Don't forget that we have the largest stock of FISHING TACKLE in the county. A brand new stock of flies, poles, baskets, reels, in fact, every thing you need to catch the big ones. 5, GET YOUR FISHING LICENSE HERE Red Lodge Electric Co. w ' . B ** . . ' ÿ 1 These are the fondamental Reasons w hy ( o BO 1 A firm and (table ganl ration that has built a uniformly good car of economical price and operation. or k to and coordinated that R perform* equally effid entiyundcraQ condition*. 3 A wide variety o# body type* that meets all individual requirement* and eatablithea a (tand ard of quality and atylc. 4 Bulck authorised service available every where throughout the life of the car. g When better automobiles are built Buick will build them Having Received Another Carload of BUICK CARS We Are Now Able to Make Immediate Delivery These automobiles are now on display at my show-room for your Which are Let us demonstrate these cars to you. inspection. STANDARD of COMPARISON. We are fully equipped to take care of all car service and repair ing. The mechancial department is under personal supervision of CARL FLUKE HARRY A. MOORE Buick Dealer For Carbon County South Hauser, Corner of 12th Red Lodge, Montana V \h Do You Work with the necessary vim required for your job. OR Does constipation, an unruly stomach or tired muscles make work a hardship and a burden. YOU CAN BE WELL YOU CAN HAVE A GREATER EARNING CAPACITY First Regain Your HEALTH By Means of fy CHIROPRACTIC DR. MAUDE A. JENSEN RED LODGE, MONTANA SAVOY HOTEL + * •f F ACTDVITEESt ♦ CHURCH + •f T ♦ 4* 4* 4* •4* 4* 4*♦ 4* 4*4*4*4*4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* Calvary Church Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning Service at 11 a. m. Evening Service at 7.30 p. m. St Agnes' Church Holy Masses on Sunday at 8:80 and 10:30 a. m. Sunday evening devotion at 7:80. Finnish Lutheran Church (Finnish Ev.) Saturday, May 17, children's Satur day School at 1 p. m. Sunday, May 18, evening service at 7:30 in the Finnish language. Text: Jn. 16-6—14. Monday evening, May 19, Instru mental Club rehearsal at 7:30. Owing to the Mothers' Day Y. P. program, the program due next Sun day evening is being omitted. Hence the next Young People's League pro gram will be on June 1. A. E. KOKKONEN, Pastor. First Congregational Church Church School, 9:45 a. ra. The line weather seems to be here. It should help and not hinder you from coming to, the Church School and getting there exactly on time. Church Worship at 11 a. m. "Children's Story: "What Bradley Owed Mother." Young People's and Adults sermon: "What the World Owes Mother." Special Music: Solo, "Mother O'Mine .. Evening Service at 8 o'clock. î .Tours = ss i S 5 Trial Order 3 i Will prove to you the appetizing and economical groceries that we offer. The freshest vegetables—The most flavory fruits—and the lowest prices are always to be had here. I 4 i Fresh Every Day. | I Choicest Bakery Goods. I Montana Bakery iiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiimmnmiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiii — NEW AND SECOND HAND STORE BEFORE YOU TRY OTHERS TRY US FIRST We Have Some Real Bargains FRANK COBETTO, Proprietor V,_ DINE IN COMFORT Every convenience has been installed here to make this restaurant a pleasant place to dine. We offer an appetizing variety of wholesome and well-cooked foods for your selection, and at our low prices dining at home is really more expensive. Bring your family here — you will like our prompt and courteous service i Special Business-Men's Lunch 40c. Busy Bee Cafe This service will be an evening of pictures. The following moving pic tures will be shown: 1, Going Up, (Scenic Mt. Hood); 2, Good to Eat, (Behind the scenes in a big hotel); 3. Fable of the Olive and Orange; 4, What the Ocean Hides. Here is a good chance to see good worth while pictures. Come and rest awhile with us Sunday night. GUY WINSTON CHURCHILL, Minister. some Telephone 289-W. Methodist Episcopal Church Rev. F. C. Fulford, pastor Residence, 14th & Hauser St. Phone 133R Church located on South Main St. Services for Sunday, May 18th as follows: Sunday School at 10 o'clock a. m. Dr. F. W. Sehwln. superintendent. Morning worship at 11 o'clock a. m. Sermon by the pastor. Subject: "Mother." Special music, and a message ap 1 propriété for Mother's Day. Junior Church at 2:30 o'clock p. m. Epworth league at 7.00 o'clock p.m. Evening service at 8:00 o'clock p.m. Rev, C. I. Andrews, Sunday School Missionary, will preach in the evn ing. On Monday there will be an Ep worth League Rally and Social Event, with Rev. Andrews and District Su perintendent Edgington, present. Choir rehearsal on Tuesday night at 8:00 p. m. Ladies Aid on Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 p, m. Prayer meeting and Bible study on Wednesday night at 8:00 p. m. LUTHER ITEMS j ( Special to The Chronicle) Ed Hood, owner of the Roscoe-Abs- j arakee Telephone line and his assis- 1 tant came over from Roscoe last week I and were guests at the French home. Mr. Hood is in favor of connecting the Farmers' Line with the Roscoe-Absa rakee line. Homer Rice took a team of horses down to the Rooney ranch near Rob erts Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hutton came out from Red Lodge Thursday to help Mr. Hutseil brand. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Obert of Red Lodge nnd their sons Bertrand and Kenneth spent Sunday here visiting with Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Linley and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Edward of Red Lodge were Luther visitors Sunday. Miss Myrtle Hennifin and Mrs. Otis Hash were guests at the Branger home in Rosebud Canyon Sunday. Homer Rice has been employed by John Chapman to work the Gibo ranch between Bridger and Golden. Thomas Rice and he left for that place early Monday morning with their household goods. Mr. and Mrs, W. A. Vincent and Mr. and Mrs. George Russell motored to Red Lodge Saturday. Grandma Highby has been quite sick the past few weeks with an attack of dropsy which has effected her heart. Arthur Higby returned from the Billings Polyetechnic the first of the month. Miss Alice Boggio returned to Red Lodge with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ed wards and will visit at their home for a few days. Lyle Hutton was a Luther visitor Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Long were trading in Red Lodge Monday. Miss Marion Linley visited in Red Lodge the first of the week. J. C. Pogue was a Red Lodge visi tor Sunday and Monday. Bobbing the hair is in vogue here. Older ladies as well as the younger ones are adopting the style. It is the question now, Who Next? Mrs. Wesley Waters and little son Wesley visited at her parents Satur day. Preston Clapper has been rushing J his seeding and between hoars, at day- ♦ break, he and Mrs. Clapper have been planting a large bed of ever-bearing strawberries. Mrs. Julius Schrader will entertain the Ladies' Aid at her home Wednes- J day afternoon, May 21. Contractor Howard Lyle of Billings has been camping the last week with ' his men in the Rosebud Canyon where * they are taking out a headgate in the • Rosebud, for the Rosebud-Red Lodge * Irrigation Ditch. Mrs. Will Updegraff's sister Mrs. Georrge Hamon and bar husband ar rived here last week from near Big Sandy, Montana where they sold their ranch. Mr. Hamon has purchased the Updegraff interest in the Red Lodge Pool Hall. Four fresnos and two plows started work on the cut below Louie Hyem's the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Stewart and their + daughters Harriett and Louise moved onto the Anderson ranch Friday of last week. Mr. Stewart is putting in the crop there. Dell Cortner's team ran away one day early last week. The team be came frightened by a car. Mr. Cort ner* was thrown from the wagon and 4* sustained a broken leg. He is receiv ing treatment in a Red Lodge hospital. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Burnett were trading in Red Lodge Saturday. Reverend Mr. Peck delivered an in teresting sermon on Mothers' day at the Methodist church. After the ser vices Mrs. Peck pinned a carnation and fern leaf on each of the mothers present at the services. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stewart of the Lower Volney were here Tuesday af ternoon. Mr. Stewart was having blacksmith work done at Sorlies' and Mrs. Stewart visited with Mrs. W. L. Lather. Clarence Stewart of Roundup came up last Saturday to visit at the home of his brother Frank Stewart on Low er Volney. He returned Monday via. Red Lodge. It has been announced that District Superintendant Edgington and Super intendent of Sunday Schools, Andrews of the Methodist Church will address the people in Fishtail Monday even ing, May 19. A delegation is planning to go fr^m here. Wesley Hash and John Russell vis ited Red Lodge Monday returning with a load of groceries for the Wat ers Store. Joe Boggio of Red Lodge was out in his new Hupmobile on Saturday, returning Sunday. His mother and his brother Alex, went into Red Lodge with him. Mrs. John Shaw and her daughter Myra, were week end visitors at the home ranch. Miss Myra has been at tending the Columbus High School I the past year. < » I 4 f « 4 j Charles Vincent last week complet ed putting in 200 acres of grain, part of which is winter wheat. Otis Hash has his grain crop all in. j 1 I Aunt H«t "Vm glad Pa slu t addicted much to the bath habit. Darnin' pair o' socks a week ain't much of a chore." , very one 44 ♦ 'A Order a ROAST Today 4 + ♦ i ft ft Whatever kind of a Roast you have in mind for dinner to ( day, you will find us able to supply it from our ample assortment of high quality Meats. Phone your order and we will deliver promptly. + £ ■iT f Î 4 + + + 4 i * ♦ 4 4 RED LODGE MARKET « <b Henry Schmidt Red Lodge, Mont I Phone No. 6 ♦ ♦ ft 4 I CE ■: ;■ ft I ft 4 + I 4 - J 4 ft ft * J 4* 4 ■| I 0 : i i ■: « ' m : r ,/L KjCfXiH « ♦ « 4 « # i 4 DELIVERED TO ANY PART OF THE CITY 4 SO Cents Per 100 Lbs. « * Residence, Monthly Rate $4.00 Business Quanity Rate $4.50 per 1000 Lbs. ft ft * ft 4 CRAWFORD & MC GILLEN « 4 Phone 92 J-4 A Red Lodge Montana t ; A ■ 44 44444444444444 *. l I I At Your I ft î 4 Service ? « 4 ft 4 v We are now located in our new place on Broadway and better than ever prepared to care for the wants of our patrons. You will find our electrical service the best obtainable. Call in and see our new home. î 4 « ft î v A 4 ft , ft 4 I ft Williard Battery Service 1 ■i : t î « TREASURE CITY ELECTRIC SERVICE -: ■: ft ft V ft ft Î ft Ferdinand Koski, Prop. 4 X 4 4 4 L*P"e»t Swimming Pool. Snn rr;incl»(i) tins a new sw imming pool wliii-h I* wild to he the largest In the world It Is 1,000 feet long ami 100 feet wide, except for a center nnrtlon which is 300 feet wide to pro vide for » racing course across the pool. The depth varies from 3 to 14 feet nod the cost of the pool was *90.000 '