«na 4>t>rr IBM»« Itrtns
at a lacal gttutr
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Moses are the
groud parents of a baby boy bom last
Saturday, July 19th.
Mrs. Jean Brown is satisfactorily
recovering from a.minor operation at
-m local hospital.
Mrs. Frank Belobraidich is recup
«rating from a recent illness at the
The Misses Ruby Negovan and Lu
■cile Giovetti visited Billings friends
•the latter part of the week.
Quite a number of Red Lodge folks,
young and old went to Billings Tues
day to attend the circus.
HEATING Stove Wanted—-Wish to
purchase medium size heating stove,
tmust be in good condition and cheap.
Inquire Chronicle Office.
Womens Jacket suits and Mens
two and three piece suits thoroughly
cleaned and steam pressed on the
Hoffman press $1.00. DOWNARDS.;
Theo. Peters returned the first of
the week from Columbus where he
Mas been engaged on the local tele
Henry Schmidt and wife aecom
panied by Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Peters
left Tuesday for Livingston by car
•where they will spend several days on
business and visiting friends.
Dom. Rosseto accompanied by his
•wife and son John were business vis
itors to Billings the fore part of the
week and attended the circus at that
Mr. and Mrs. Wat. Taylor, Mr. and
Mrs. M. E. Pippenger, Mr. Wm. Turk
am! Mr. and Mrs. Browning left Sat
urday for Cody, Wyoming. They re
turned late Sunday night. On account
of the muddy roads it took the party
■twelve hours to get home.
Tilnce Tuesday evening.
Womens Jacket suits and Mens
■two and three piece suits thoroughly
«leaned and steam pressed on the
Hoffman press $1.00. DOWNARDS.
After spending a few enjoyable
slays at Billings as representatives of
khc Congregational Church conven
tion the following members returned
to their respective homes here Tues
day; Matt Woodrow, Anna Mae Mal
lin, Bill Pollard, Dorothy Davis, Es
ther Pelo, Belle Browning, Isabelle
Baxter, and Esther McDaniels. Des
pite the unfortunate accident which
«secured to Esther McDaniels, and
Belle Browning on their way to the
convention n week ago the two girls
were able to be present at the gather
Concluding a three day session per
taining to county interests county,
commissioners John T. Kelley, of Cas
tagne, Montana, and James Convery
of Silesia left Wednesday for their
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Mr. and Mrs. Guy McClellan are the
proud parents of a 10 pound baby girl
which arrived Monday morning, July
Tom Bello and Paul Marchello left
Tuesday for an extended trip through
RAGS—Wanted, must be dean and
free from buttons, Carbon County
A large delegation from Joliet came
up Tuesday to interview the County
Commissioners who are meeting on
D* x equalization
j Mr. and Mrs. Hicox and daughters
Edith and Lucille left Saturday for
Beartooth Lakes where Mr. Hicox is
proprietor of Camp Beartooth.
; Mrs. Dan Caines and infant daugh
ter were out going passengers on the
train Wednesday for West Yellow
stone where Mr. Caines is employed
as timber inspector in that region.
I Selma Maki departed for the home
of her sister at Fox Saturday and will
remain there until the fall opening
of school, when she plansto enroll as
a student in the high school.
j Frank Jr. and Eugene Witcher and 1
Billie Bean left Monday for the Moun- 1
tains in the vicinity of Richel Lodge
„here they will spend the next ten
days on a camping and fishing trip,
I John G. Skinner and family
turned Monday morning from their
weeks auto trip during which time !
they visited at the State Capitol and 1
other of the larger cities. '
L' 19th, between west 8th and 10th
Street, Red Lodge. Reward for re
turn to IInrr y Laughney, 15 So. Vil- ;
LOST—Saddle Blanket, Saturday Ju
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hays and :
family returned Monday from Billings
.where they have been spending a few j
days. While in that city their daugh-!
ter Miss Marvel Webster submitted
to an operation for the removal of
Contrary to former plans Dale Sal
minen departed Wednesday for Du
luth, Minnesota after a few days visit
with his mother and sister of this
city. Dale had expected to spend at
least another month here but left for
Duluth to assist his father as clerk of
the mailing department in the Finnish
Daily Publishing Company of which
Carl Salminen, who is exceptionally
well known here, is editor.
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Sl TVClAfttUT ftRCtL FACTORY /À
*.TW WORLD M
toith the RED BAND
Samuel Puumala journeyed to Bil
lings Monday where he will receive
medical attention, and expecting to
remain their a few days for the bene
fit of his health.
Mr. Wm. Rae from Butte, was in
( the city the last of the week, renew
ing old acquaintances. Mr. Rae is the
proud father of a baby boy born a few
FOR RENT—3 and 4 room apart
ments newly painted and kalsomined
Call at Downards.
Mrs. W. S. Sutton, accompanied by
her daughter Winifred Sutton, and a
young friend of the family Henry
Stoddard, made a business trip here
Saturday remaining only between
Arthur O'Shea spent a few days
visiting at the home of his aunt Mrs.
Charles Aikin, and left Wednesday to
complete his stay with his uncle
James O'Shea of Roberts, before
again leaving for his home in Spokane,
A hearty welcome is extended to
Mrs. Robert Scott and family who ar
rived Sunday, having motored over
land from their home in Tacoma foi
the purpose of spending the summer
months with Superintendent Robert
D. Scott of this city.
Having attended the Congregation
al convention at Billings Reverend
Khoda Jane Dickinson, and her sister
Miss Dickinson arrived here Tuesday
after completing all arrangements for
B three weeks vacation sojourn at
Womens Jacket suits and Mens two
and three piece suits thoroughly
cleaned and steam pressed on the
Hoffman press $$1.00. DOWNARDS.
j ; loyd Graham, a traveling repre
se ntative of the Department of Agri
culture at Helena is in this city on a
general scale test and inspection tour.
iy r Graham will possibly be here the
remainder of this week.
Mr. and Mrs. D. M. McKenzie of
Billinfrs were cam P ers at the Tour
ist Park for the past week and re
turned Monda >' after firml y declar -
in K to be h '* hl y '"»Pressed with the
scenol y and comfortable camping
Horn Beetle* Strong.
Tiie horn beetle easily lifts twenty
limes Its own. weight Had human*
proportionate strength we might see
n young girl going home from her
music lesson carrying a grand piano
under lier arm.
Not Palm Sunday
Boh—"May I hold yollt han'l?"
Laura—"I if course not * Tins Isn't
!'a!m Sunday." Bob —"Well It isn't
Independence day. either"—Present.
♦ CHURCH ACTIVITIES ♦
Church School—9:45 A. M. This is
the last session of the church school
until September 1st. Lets be there
Church Worship—11:00 A. M.
Young People's and Adults Sermon
"A Hint of Eternity."
Special Music—Anthem by the
This - is the Uat church service un
til the first Sunday in September.
Organised play will be continued
this week, Tuesday and Thursday
night at the Field School grounds. The
play will close next week with a field
day held at the base-ball diamond.
Let's close the play for the summer
with the best week yet.
GUY MINSTON CHURCHILL.
' Auto CAST LR w'
WHAT WE NEED
P OLITICAL parties are the
evolution of principles.
When the dynamic of the prin
ciple is exhausted the party dies.
Organization machinery can
not make a political party.
There isn't anything binding
nor inspiring in the mere frame
work of organization.
We should force the riff-raff
of the United States who believe
in every ism, who are unstable
in government, unsound in
patriotism, umvclcomed in oiti
•'cnehin. unworthy of Icader
'hip, who are opportunists, po
litical vagabonds and beggars
into a party which should be
ca'led the anti-fôdcral party,
They arc opposed to this gnr
ornment. Let us force them to
'• so in a poMtienl organiza
tion end in n r^'itmal declara
tion and by political machin
orv, for - v/h'eh we can , hold
them responsible (j
As our partus exist today
they have in their rank and iilo
men who are guilty of treason,
who are unworthy of respect,
who are cowardly, who are an
nrehists, socialists ami traitors
to the constitution and the flag.
America's greatest need is a
party made up of brains and
character and statesmanship
and courage; made up of men
who believe in the constitution,
who are controlled by funda
mental principles, who will
never be moved by expediency,
who will never yield to the cow
ardly doctrine of compromise,
who will live to establish the
right, or die to defend princi
We Specialize in I
it Fancy Groceries and J
tour stock is the +
J choicest and freshest
IJ that the market af
Fresh Fruits and
♦ Vegetables of all
I We Also Handle |
Newstyle Bakery |
% Baked Fresh Every J
I Day, Bread, Buns, *
% Cakf's and Pastries |
t of al! kinds. Let
j| supply you.
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Rev. F. C. Fulford, Pastor, Resi
dence, 14th and Hauser streets. Phone I
The Church is located on South
Services for Sunday, July 27th, as
Sunday school at 10:00 o'clock a.
m. Dr. F. W. Schwin, superintend
Morning Worship at 11:00 o'clock
a. m. Sermon by the Pastor.
Subject: "The Three Greatest Sig
nal Lights in History."
Special music by the Choir.
The evening service will be held
at 8:00 o'clock p. m. and*will be con
ducted under the auspices of the Ep
The delegates who have recently
returned from the Luccock Park, Ep
worth League Institute, will deliver
their reports and impart the inspira
tion and enthusiasm gleaned from
that Annual Event.
Personnel as follows: Mrs. J. F.
: Brophy will give a brief Historical
! sketch of Loccock Park; Miss Lillian
Magnuson will tell us about the
j Morning Watch; Miss Violet Lantta
j will repeat what she heard about the
1 Bible; Miss Jessamal Brophy will
speak on Stewardship; Miss Virginia
Schwin gives the Missionary Appeal;
Miss Florence Peterson will reproduce
the notes of the Evangel; and James
Brophy will take the Fourth Depart
ment, (Social and Recreational Life.)
These messages will be interspersed !
with vocal and instrumental music
This promises to be a great service, i
plan to attend it.
Calvary Church v
THE CHURCH CHIMES
By H. M. L.
Her chimes, in soft, sweet measure 11
King out some grand, old hymn t r
About "Unfading Treasure",
And earthly wealth grows dim.
The breezes waft her music
So fine and true and sweet,
A.id in our hearts' deep centers
We feel it on the street.
So softly, gently, kindly,
In business house and home,
Its mellow-ringing blessing
Enshrines us in its dome.
We pray a deeper blessing
On this Lord's Day may fall
j Through God's own peace descending ♦
' Directly on us all.
FOR SALE—Eight Milch cows, somei*
fresh and others coming fresh, see 1 %
Have Vour Clothes
And the dirt Ironed in with old
fashioned electric iron when you
can have them
In a modern plant and pressed
on a Sanitary Hoffman Press for
Men's., and Women's two or
three-piece suits cleaned and
Admonition to Son
Irish Father tto promising «ont —
B * • good boy and study hard. I>eula
body In Ireland respecting your mem
Lt Government • * Stil.
>m* !»*?•!. for «»m*
il«H*nn'i (H*r my dui<*Il
en «un, because
PURSES AND PREMIUMS
For The Various Departments at T1«
Midland Empire Fair
AT BILLINGS, SEITEMBER 16, 17. 1«. 1»
Gel Ready. Exhibitors
Money for Everybody in the Midland Empire
There's Space ami
Premiums Divided as Follows:
Sheep and Goats .
Apiary ... $300.59
School Exhibits . »279.75
»8.500 + Baby Health
î Boys' and Girl»'
$2.416.75 ♦ Art Needle
»176.50 + Work
Fine Arts and
Fare and a Third on All Railroads
$1.50 for Four Days and Four Nights
BERT HAMMOND, Manager
YOU AND YOUR NEIGHBORS ARE IN
VITED TO ATTEND THE
FARMERS HARVEST FESTIVAL
COMMUNITY BASKET PICNIC
AT BILLINGS «*
THURSDAY, AUGUST 7
All day and all evening, as guests of the Cit
izens of Billings. Business Houses of Bill
ings will close at 11:00 a. m. for the day.
Two Bands And Other Entertainment
COME AND HAVE A GOOD TIME
BILLINGS COMMERCIAL CLUB
Watch next weeks paper for more details.
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EMERSON'S MILK BREÀD IS
GOOD BREAD Because
1. Purest Ingredients Are Used
2. Mixed by Expert Bread Makers
3. Baked in Our Own Sanitary
4. Fresh From the Oven Daily
Id every town the redorai
ores «re tlouted by a gmé
tuuie of the statutes ses.
How Elephants Are Kitted.
Ilashonns native* of Hmach AXtttm,
kill elephant* by hamsritstrtast
with a broad-blsded ax rrta*
asleep or by stubbing thêta 6a*
ambush between lbs
with a bvavy aaaeagwL
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