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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
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Red Lodge Electric Co.
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a uniformly good car of
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2 A chassis so designed
and coordinated that it
performs equally effid
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3 A wide variety of
body types that meets all
individual requirements
and establishes a stand
ard of quality and style.
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service available every
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We Are Now Able to Make Immediate Delivery
£ These automobiles are now on display at my show-room for your
inspection. Let us demonstrate these cars to you. Which are
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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 Â. MOORE
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Buick Dealer For Carbon County
South Hauser, Corner of 12th
Red Lodge, Montana
1 Do You Work
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unruly stomach or tired muscles maké
Does constipation, an
work a hardship and a burden.
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YOU CAN BE WELL
YOU CAN HAVE A GREATER EARNING CAPACITY <
First Regain Your HEALTH
By Means of
CHIROPRACTIC
DR. MAUDE A. JENSEN
RED LODGE, MONTANA
SAVOY HOTEL
CHERRY SPRINGS
(Special to The Chronicle)
G. C. Nordraan of Boyd was a caller
at the Lee Clark ranch Wednesday.
Mrs. Rose Wlekierak was a county
seat visitor Friday and Saturday.
Coral Marsh, who has been at Cas
per Wyoming for the past few months
returned to hie home here Saturday.
John DeWitte was a business caller
at the Psenda home Wednesday.
Jack Goff and Phil Butler of Boyd
were business callers in the Cherry
Springs vicinity Wednesday.
Miss Emily Wiekierak visited with
friends in Red Lodge Sunday and
Monday.
The Misses Edna Bjordhai and Lu
lua Stinson went to Roberts Thurs
day and Friday to take the eight grade
examinations.
W. E. Lochridge is do>ng some plow
ing for J. J. Ley.
Henri DeWitte is planting corn for
Louie Johnson this week.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Hudson and
daughter Mary_ and Mrs. Wentworth
of Roberts were business callers in
this sectionneiCh
this vicinity Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Stinson were shop
ping in Roberts Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Weir were
Red Lodge business visitors between
trains Friday.
Lou and John Tunnicliff brought a
bunch of horses from Wyoming Wed
nesday and put them in a pasture on
Elbow creek.
j The dance which was given at the
Elbow school house last Saturday
night was well attended.
Peter Obert and family motored to
Roberta Saturday.
Mr. Merritt and Ray Dewell of Rob
were callers in this vicinity Tuesday.
Mrs. W. E. Lochridge visited Thurs
day at the Harry Clark homo.
Dr. H. G. Morgan was called to the
Marsh home the first of the week on
account of the illness of Mr. Marsh.
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Mrs. T. C. Schrunmpf and children
and Mrs. Miles were Monday evening
visitors at the Weikierak home.
J. J. Ley was a business caller in
Roberts Wednesday.
Mrs. Ed Sauerwein who recently un
derwent an operation at a Billings
hospital is reported as getting along
nicely.
Herman Weir has purchased the old
Hawkes ranch about one mile north
of Sclmes.
"Grandpa" McFate, who has been
visiting for the past week at the Her
man DeVries home returned to his
home in Red Lodge Wednesday.
The Selmes school was closed Fri
day May 23rd for the summer vaca
tion. "The teacher and pupils enjoyed
a picnic and weiner roast on Friday
afternoon.
An auction sale was held at the old
Hawkes ranch Thursday May 22nd.
Ed Marsh was called from Billings
Monday on account of the serious ill
ness of his father, Joseph Marsh.
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
will like our prompt and
courteous service
you
Special Business-Men's Lunch
40c.
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Busy Bee Cafe
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Pierce and
children of Bridger visited Sunday at
the home of Mrs. Pierce's mother, Mrs.
R. A. Russell.
A head of water was turned in the
High Line ditch Thursday and the
farmers have commenced to irrigate
their hay.
J. J. Ley was a business caller at
the Henri De Witte home Monday.
Wm. White. Jr. has been employed
as High Line ditch walker for the
coming year.
Frank DeVries was a caller in Rob
erts Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Schrumpf and
children were callers at the Harry
Clark home Friday evening.
Mrs. Rose W'iekierak visited Wed
nesday evening at the Frank DeVries
home.
The rain which fell Thursday and
Friday was greatly appreciated by
the farmers in this vicinity.
Frank DeVries made a business trip
to Red Lodge Monday returning the
same day.
Mrs. Clarence Bjordhal visited Wee
nesday at the J. Marsh home.
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JOLIET NEWS
(Special to The Chronicle)
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Johnson and
I family were dinner guests at the Park
r hone of Fromberg, Sunday, May 26.
Mrs. Myrtle Johnson and Mrs.
Headington went to Billings Friday,
May 23, and attended the Shrine Ball.
They returned Saturday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Bates and family
were Red Lodge visitors last Thurs
day.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Weaver of Red
Lodge spent the week end with Mrs.
Weaver's parents, Mr. and Mrs, Ehler
Meyer.
Mrs. M. E. Garrett attended the an
nual convention of the Rebekah Lodge,
at Red Lodge Friday, May 23.
Mr. William Walsh returned to this
city from a short visit at the Ther
mopolis.
The State Examinations for the sev
enth and eighth grade were held at the
High School, last Thursday and Fri
day, Mrs. W. I. Goff officiating.
The Misses Fay, Pern and Darline
Watson and Gilbert Mathews, were
dinner guests at the home of Miss
Abby Christopherson, Friday May 23.
The D. S. Smith family, who
are opening a restaurant in the Link
building, were transacting business
in Billings, Saturday.
Mr. A. F. Klampe and son, Ray
mond, left Sunday evening for the
Yellowstone National Park, where
they will be engaged for a short time
in the carpenter work.
Mrs. Robert Dullenty of Boyd, spent
Tuesday and Wednesday of the past
week ather former home.
Miss Hazel Dillion has been spend
ing the past week with her friend,
Miss Nellie French, near Roundup.
The Misses Bessie Duffield and
Dorothy Leavens spent the week-end
with the formers parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Duffield.
Howard Honnold spent Sunday in
Red Lodge.
Miss Frances Smith of Joliet, at
tended the Shriner's Ball, at Billings
Friday evening, May 23.
Mr. and Mrs. Byron Ball were din
ner guests, Wednesday evening, at
Charlie Anderson home.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Lenehan spent 1
several days of last week at the F. W.
Foulkes home on Clark avenue, Bil
lings Montana.
Mr. Dean Grewell, who has been
attending a Medical School at De
Moines Iowa, returning to his home
Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Gibson spent
Sunday with Mrs. Gibson's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. E. Grewell.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Armstrong, of
Fromberg, spent Thursday at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Johnson.
Miss Sadie Erickson, who has been
the English teacher in t v e Joliet High
School the past year, returned to her
home in Butte Montana, Monday even
ing.
Confirmation Services were held at
the Episcopalian Church, Friday even
ing, May 28, Bishop Fox, of Billings
officiated.
Miss Boretta Baker who is at pres
ent stenographer for the Hart Albin
Co., spent Sunday at the home of her
father, Mr. Dick Baker.
Mrs. Frank Candaux, who is at
present working in Billings, spent the
week end at her ranch home.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Sandiland and
family, Mrs. Storey and daughter,
Lois, left Monday, May 19, for their
home 'sear Cameron, Montana.
Mrs. S. S. Bliss entertained a num
ber at Bridge, Friday evening.
Mrs. J. M. Johnson entertained on
Monday of last week, the Sunbeam
Sewing Class.
Mack Anderson, of Boyd, was a jol
iet visitor, Sunday afternoon.
Miss Gene Wright, of Fromberg
spent Monday and Tuesday of the past
week, at the home of Miss Gladys
Lovering.
Mr. and Mrs. Clair Chamberlain, of
Red Lodge, spent Sunday at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. John Pearce.
Mrs. V. J. Daniels and children, of
Daurel, spent Thursday visiting at
home of her sister, Mrs. W. D. Fred
ricks.
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BRIDGER NEWS HEMS
(Special to The Chronicle)
The Friendly Society an organiza
tion of young girls just recently form
ed under the leadership of Mrs. L. A.
Gates, held a regular meeting at the
home of Mrs. Gates on Wednesday af
ternoon. About fifteen girls attended.
Mrs. A. H. Wilson left Tuesday for
an extended visit to relatives in the
East. She was accompanied by her
son Max.
Mr. S. W. Rankin was a Billings
visitor one day last week.
The Ladies Aid held a meeting at
the home of Mrs. King in Billings on
Thursday. Thirty of the local aid
members journeyed to Billings by au
to and enjoyed a very pleasant day
with Mrs. King.
Mr. L. C. Hühner passed through
Bridger on his way to Billings to at
tend the Shrine Convention on Friday.
He passed through on his return to
Belfry Saturday noon.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Beckett and
family of Billings spent the week-end
at the T. S. Buford home.
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Baldwin drove to
Billings Friday, returning Saturday
morning.
Paul Reed is spending a few days
i visiting Theodore Shaw at the Shaw
ranch near Belfry.
j The Bridger Commercial Club have
I just received new booster plates for
I the front and back of automobiles,
j The plates are of brass embossed in
I black and reads "Bridger, on the Jim
j Bridger Trail." On one end there is
; a covered wagon. These plates will
1 certainly be a clever boosting stunt
I as they are attractive and will at
j tract attention. As Bridger car own
j ers scatter for their summer vacation
i these plates will proclaim to all that
j they are from Bridger and in this
i way help to put the town on the map.
j A band of gypsies stopped in Brid
ger Saturday afternoon but were told
that their presence was not desired
and were compelled to move right on.
The Mothers of the members of the
local American Legion Post served a
Sr:;i.X Sh T^L"l!
be used to buy flowers for decoration
day for the graves of those soldiers
who sacrificed their lives and have,
been brought home for burial.

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The flume which was partially des
troyed by fire three weeks ago has
been completed and the water users
who were dependent upon the flume
for their irrigation waters now have
the water in their ditches.
Mrs. M. M. Levander and two chil
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from our ample assortment of
high quality Meats.
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deliver promptly.
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dren and Mrs. Erick Foreman have
received their passports and are now
making their final arrangements for
a vacation trip to Norway. They will
visit friends and relatives across the
waters during the summer.
Subscribe for the Chronicle today.

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