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The Carbon County chronicle. [volume] (Red Lodge, Mont.) 1924-1924, August 13, 1924, Image 10

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BATTERY
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We re-charge and
repair all makes of
storage batteries
and
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wajr It should be
done.
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important
factor of your
Automobile.
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BATTERY
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Iflfctric CO.
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t * Farewell Sermon
Next Sunday
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♦ I Rev. A. E. Kokkonen pastor of
Finnish Luthern Church will preach
his farewell sermon next Sunday
I ternoon at two o'clock and an elabor
j ate program has been arranged
I
: the occasion.
Rev. Kokkonen will leave Monday
for a trip through the west before
Jling to Freeport Harbor, Ohio
which place he has been transferred.
Rev. Kokkenen is held in the highest
esteem by a host of friends and
beloved by his parishioners and while
all are elated over his promotion to
« larger field he will be greatly missed
*1 and it is with deep regret that he will
be bid farewell next Sunday.
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Miss Elsie Walter is spending a few
j days this week visiting Billings
j friends.
Equipped
For The Job
W. L. COLLINS
Candidate Republican Ticket
For Nomination For
Railroad and
Public Service
Commission
Over thirty years in the sta
tion service or railways and in
direct contact with the public,
Vrhich peculiarly fits him for the
position to which he aspires.
Twenty-nine years
in Montana.
Six Years a County
Commissioner in
Montana
Two years President
of the State Associa
tion of County Com
missioners
(Paid Political Advertising)
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CARD OF 1 THANKS
f We wish to experss our sincere
thanks to our many friends and the
, several fraternal orders for their
1 sympathy and kindness and the beau
tiful floral offerings, during our be
reavement, the tragic death of our
beloved husband and father.
MRS. MARKO SANKOVICH,
AND FAMILY
to
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Finnish Ev. Luthern
Church
A. E. KOKKONEN, Pastor.
The Finnish Luthern Ladies' Aid
will meet with Mrs. John Marhu, N.
Haggin Ave., Thuesday evening at
7:30.
Sunday afternoon, Aug. 17, at 2:00
o'clock there will be a united day-ser
vice and Y. P. League program, at
which occasion the pastor will deliv
er his farewell sermon. As the occas
ion will have English-Finnish pro
gram, an invitation requesting pres
ence is extended to one and all.
Methodist Episcopal
Church
I Rev. P. C. Fulford, Pastor, Resi-1
donee, 14th and Houser streets. Phone
133-R.
Services for Sunday, August 17th
j as follows:
j Sunday School at 10 o'clock a. m.
j Dr. E. W. Schwin, Superintendent.
I Morning Service at 11 o'clock a. m.
I Mr. E. E. Collins of Billings will
j speak in the morning,
j Mr. Collins enjoyed the distinction
and honor of being the Lay-delegate
from the Montana Conference to the
General Conference of the Methodist
Episcopal Church recently held at
Springfield, Mass., The Red Lodge
people will have the privilege of list
ening to some gleanings from the
General Conference Session, by one
who saw it and is reputed to have
more than ordinary ability in telling
it.
Plan to attend the Methodist Church
next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock.
Epworth League at 7:00 o'clock p.
m.
There will be no evening service
next Sunday night.
Our reason, when rigidly employed
may discern many speculative truths.
Until they are substantiated, however,
and vivified by FAITH, they exer
cise no practica) influence on our lives,
ll is not written that we stand by
reason, but that we stand by Faith.
It is not written that the just shall
live by reason, but that the Just live
by Faith. By Reason no man ever
lived, no man ever stood. For we can
not stand upon ourselves. We can
We must
not breathe in a vacuum.
I have something to stand on, some
thing to breathe; and this "something"
I we receive by "FAITH.". Julius Hare
f 'rnhridge University.
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by men who are properly trained and qualified to handle the important
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FOR DISTRICT JUDGE
VOTE FOR
H. A. SIMMONS
REPUBLICAN TICKET
H. A. Simmons, 518 N. Platt Ave., Red Lodge
(Paid Advertisement)
REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET
For Secretary o| State

CHARLES T. STEWART
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business interests and responsible administrative affairs of the State of
Montana.
My record shows a business administration as understood by a busi- j
ness man, and I will continue to fight inefficiency, waste and unnecessary
spending of the State's resources.
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f JOHN T. HAYS
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♦ Candidate for nomination on
♦ the Republican ticket
I For County Attorney
+ of Carbon County. , Support at
the primary , on August 26th,
1924 will be appreciated.
Paid political advertising.
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NOTICE OF ELECTION—CONSTI
TUTIONAL AMENDMENT
(Continued from page four)
net earnings shall be added to the
fund itself, and the remaining nine
teen twentieths shall annuÄy be ap
portioned to the school dfttricts of
of the State on the basis m the ag
gregate actual school attendance in
each district during the educational
purposes, subject to such regulations
and limitations as muy'-be prescribed
by law.
Section 14 (of Article 21). All the
net earnings accruing to the Perma
nent Revenue Fund for the University
of Montana shall annually be added
thereto until it has reached the sum
of One Hundred Million Dollars
($100,000,000.00). Thereafter only
one twentieth of the annual net earn
jings shall be added to the fund itself,
and the remaining nineteen twentieths
shall be apportioned to all the educa
tional institutions then comprising the
University of Montana, on the basis
of the aggrepate actual attendance
in each istitution during the preced
ing school or calendar year, and may
be used for all purposes properly
nected with the work of these institu
tions, subject, howeer, to such regula
tions and limitations as may be pre
scribed by law.
Section 15 (of Article 21). When
ever the purpose for which a certain
contribution was made has been
complished, or can no longer be ascer
tained or followed, then the total
amount of such fund shall be trans
fered to the State Permanent School
f Per Tn nent , a K nd
. JZ*L contn . bu ,:
be erÄ L the q ^ PU p P ° 8e l
^hnÄi Permanent
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the H^e evL ( e h 1 ,°?l A
»fnrè H ItT ? £.*
rnnre è
is ~
is necessary or des rab e, then, in
such case, the Legislative Assembly
shall have power to provide for the
ftmH # the net income from such
ereeri? A ^ P ^ rPOf,e *L^ C V
eth ^'fhe Ü L itr tWe h nt \:
waq tri T ' il® R Z l Ch
the ereifin^lf 1 Vî, h ^ ***}* for
Ä 1 ^ rP fSr en m-'
th%°'t f ° r B ,? y 01 • P ubllc
vided, however, that npn™o/the' fore
going provisions of this'section shall
apply to any of these fund,*, until it
has reached the specific amount fixed
by this Article.
Section 17 (of Article 21).
Justice of the Supreme CÜUrt of the
State of Montana are fierebv
and hereby made and doristituted a
con
ac
The
ade
supervisory board over the entire ad
ministration of all the funds created
or authorized by this article and the
income therefrom. During January
of each year, this board shall
the administration for the preceding
year. I' shall decide all uncertain or
disputed points arising in the admin
is tration of funds whenever request
' ed to do so by a beneficiary, by a.
State Official charged with some part *
of the administration of the fund, or
1 any other interested party; and it may
do so upon its own initiative. It shall
be the duty of the supervissory board
to do and perform all acts and thinga
that it may deem necessary in order
to cause the board and officers hav
ing direct charge of these funds to ad
minister the same carefully and wise
ly in full compliance with the provia
ions of this article and such further
legislation as may be enacted relating
thereto. The Clerk of the Supreme
Court shall be Ex-Officio Clerk of
this Supervisory Board.
Section 18 (of Article 21). Th*r
Legislative Assembly shall from time
to time enact such further legislation,
as it may deem necessary to carry in
to effect the provisions of this article.
Section 3. Separate official ballota
shall be provided at the general elec
tion to be held in November, 1924„
which shall have printed thereon alt
of Article Twenty-one (21) of the
Constitution of the State of Montana:
as proposed by this act. There shall
also be printed on said official bal
lota, below the said article,
and the words as follows:
For the foregoing amendment,
to the Constitution.
Against the foregoing amend
ment to the Constitution.
Vv \ it w
I, C. T. STEWART, Secretary of
of the State of Montana, do
hereby certify that the foregoing i*
a true and <"1 copy of an act en
titIed; - An Act to Submit to the QuaU
ified Electors of the State of Monta
na an Amendment to the Constitu
tion of the State of Montana, Adding
Thereto a New Article, Providing for
the AccepUnce and Administration by
the state of Gifts, Donations, Grantk
and Ugacieg {or the Creation of ».
state Permanent Revenue Fund, for
the Creation of a State Permanent
School Fund, for the Creation of »
Permanent Revenue Fund for the Un
iversit y Montana, and for
§eâ/l for the Benefit of other Use
tal. Benevolent and Worthy
Objects; and Authorizing the State to
^ith Those iferetnbeforeflndTe^d*'^
squares.


Each elector who approves this:
amendment shall mark an X in the
first square above, printed, and each
elector who rejects it shall mark X
in the second square.
Section 4. The votes cast for andj
against this proposed amendment,
shall be canvassed, determined and
declared as provided by the l»w» ot
the State of Montana.
Section 6.
acts in conflict with the provisions of
this act are hereby repealed.
Section if. This act shall take ef
fect and be in full force and effect
from and after its passage and ap
proval.
Approved March 8, 1923.
United States of America,
State of Montana.
All acts and parts of
ss.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, 1
have hereunto set my hand and af
fixed the Great Seal of the State of
Montana at Helena, the Capitol, this
1st day of August, A. D. 1924.
C. G. STEWART,
Secretary of State-

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