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MURRAY GETS
ELECTRIC SERVICE
FOR $8.58 A MONTH
ROY
Butte Automobile Agent L'ghts and Cooks by Wire for Five
Persons in Six-Room Bungalow and Garage and Smiles
When He Pays the Bill.
BUTTE, Mont., August 23, 1924.—After adroitly parking a
handsome Buick coach in front of the Montana Power office on crowded
Broadway here today, Roy Murray was button-holed by his friend, the
reporter for this paper.
"Looks like bill-paying day," remarked the scril>c.
"You've guessed right, the very first time, smiled Roy.
speaking of bills, my house-lighting bill is the one bill I always pay with
out a murmur. And when I toll y n; all I get for the money, you won't
be surprised," added the genial motor-car merchant as he pulled out a
pad and pencil.
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And
"You know where I live" he went on, "in a six-room bungalow,
1101 West Platinum, five in the family. For lighting, I've got—let's see
—30 electric lights in house and garage; a super-automatic, four-burner
range; electric washer, ironer, vacuum cleaner, toaster, waffle iron, per
colator, grill and flatiron. And what does all this cost me? Well,
here are my receipts for May, June and July. Figure 'em out for
yourself!"
The reporter borrowed his friend's pencil, (reporters never have
one), begged a scrap of paper, labored over the exhibits for three minutes,
then exclaimed :
"Why Roy, it's only costing you $8.58 a month!"
"Correct" said Roy, "and if that isn't Hundred-Per-Cent-Service
for-a-Song, then my name isn't Murray and my car is a wheelbarrow!"
The
Power
Company
Montana ii
Wherever Represented
Carbon County Chronicle
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Published every Wednesday at Red
Lodge, Carlxm County, Montana, by ;
The Cr. -hon County Chronicle, (A Cor-i
poratio t).
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JOS. F. DOLIN', Editor.
"Entered at the Postoffice at Red
Lodge, Montana, as matter of the
second-class, under the Act of Con
gie es of Mar ch 5th, 1879/]_
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In The District Court of Ihe Thirteen- '
Ih Judicial District of the State of
Carbon™' ' n ** **" * ° f i
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fondant? 1 ^ At Nam<?d De ',
You are hereby summoned to answ- 1
hÄfiÄ S°Ä 1
this Court, a copy of which is here- 1
with served upon you, and to file your
on S t W he r piliSs 8 Atto y rnÎv re wdthfn
twenty days alum the service oMJÜsi
Summons, exclusive of the day of ser-!
vice; and in case of your failure to
?PP ear o ° r . answer judgment will be
J-olief demanded 0 in th^coniplaint.b 0 j
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fendant upon the* grounds that for
more than one year last past, the de
fendant has treated the plaintiff in a
cruel and inhuman manner, and has
plaintiff"ttfe^mmmon^'necessarie^of
S'todS^ t 5rtîSÿ5S 1 Â I S
children of said marriage, to-wit:
Letitia Turnbull and Edward Turn
bull, and for such other and further
SÄ«Ä.'TSbSÄ,,
in the Complaint-on file herein which
is hereby referred to for further pa.-
WITNESS M h h I U ,
said Court thri 8th a day of Augusï A '
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D mu« T 1 T 1 XIXT t r, ^ Clerk. !
D ' putl ' Cle,k -
Attorney for Plaintiff
Red Lodge, Montana.
First Pub. Aug. 13th, 1924, last
Subscription Per Year, $2.50
ALIAS SUMMONS
Anna Turnbull, plaintiff against
George D. Turnbull, defendant.
THE STATE OF MONTANA Sends'
D. 1924. ,
(SEAL)
H. P. SANDELS,
NOTICE OF CONTEST
(For Publication.)
Department of the Interior, United
States I,and Office. Bozeman, Mon
tana, August 6. 1924.
To Clay Roberta, of Red Lodge, Mon
tana, Contestée;
You are hereby notified that Vena
M, Greenough who gives Red Lodge,
Montana as her post office address,
did on July 29, 1924, file in this office
I his duly corroborated application to
j contest and secure the cancellation of
your Homestad Entry No._,
; Serial No. 016983 made June 13, 1923'
for NW 1 1 Section 20, Township 8
South, Range 20 East, Principal Mer
riiKan, Montana, and as grounds for
I his contest he alleges that you have
abandoned said land, have
ded upon it, have made
never resi
no improve
ments, whatever thereon, have
er taken possession thereof :
tahlished any residence thereon; that
your failure so to do has not been
due by reason of your being employed
j in the military or naval forces of the
I United States, or in any Government
' t^tlWacf that 1 'a dU
an; , intention of.wmiîetin- .
i try ajul that you have naver obtained
j any extension of time for completing
^ U Lw'V' y J >T wtabllsh ' n 8 residence
on said land or otherwise complying
with the homestead laws. *
i You are - therefore, further notified
', that the said ^legations will be tak
1 wiirbe^ancded withnnt 11 / ea'* Cnt w
1 5 S a*ppeai Ä ST n*-*' I*
1 office \v ; thin twpntv^H™ 1 5^ n thls ,
FOURTH publication Of thN rotic«
as ., shown heJow, your answer, under I
X'C of cL£Tf^ i
due nroo f t u. t . s ' together with j
of^^lstVcm ttaWSteffi i
either in person or by registered mail. I
j the" nam^ofthÎ^o-tVfice 1- h^h i
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Gp-n r tutompoot
' ' ^AVLNPORT,
Date of first publication August 13
1924 Date nf » 1<i '
Son ottfolf* lie f h '
pub «cat.o„ September 3. 1924. ° |
0 ? T r "'"f Ml -
1>ue ' second dau B h ter of Mr. and Mrs.
T - E - I)uel - became the bride of Carl
!Hays of this city. The ceremony was
' ? erfo ™ ed b >' ^verend Fulford, pas
tor of the Methodist Church.
j The couple left immediately after
! the ceremony for Bozeman and van
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dht ' y W1 " make thelr future home in
Bod Lodge. The bride is held in the
highest esteem and respect by scores
of friends while the groom is likewise j
adnnred for his industrious manner
and honest dealings in every business
circle. : *
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nor es
DUEL-HAYS NUPTIAL
Mr. and Mrs. James Cros
Monday from Davenport, Iowa where
they have been studying in the Pal- !
mar School for a course in Chiroprac
tic. Their stay is brief as they must '
return before the fail opening.
s arrived
Mrs. W. L.
Snyder accompanied
her mother Mrs. Bartsch of Livings
ton as far as Billings where the latter
will depart for Butte to visit with oth
er members of her family. Mrs. Bar
tsch has been a guest at the Snyd
home for two months and
than favorably impressed with the
healthful climate and surroundings
found here.
er
was more
T v xt„ . n
„ ' ', 1 Newell motored to Billings
Monda >' to meet his mother Mrs. Mary
Newell and younger brother Robert
n their return from an extensive vis
U with eastern Relatives. The party
' eturned with Mr. Newell the
evening, and expect to visit at hi
home for a few days. Mrs. E. T. Fos
v.î q . ,
ter ' hl8 marned s,ster of Deer Lodge,
18 a,so a guest of the Newell home,
having arrived the day previous.
, D T ty H Warden Vern P0tU ' r --ed
îlere Frida > r on a mission of escorting
*? Udley McCrimmon of Butte back
8tate Penitentiary at Deer Lodge
M V"" his parole ' Mr '
McCrimmon was out under sentence
° f 'T tW ° half to five years
° n a forger Y charge. He was appre
lff"joh l''' DcpUty Sher *
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fl I will fkw, J!„.
| . 111 the dill
|! mg TOOm and kitch
a ._ _ ,
I t0 S »me FeSpOnSl
Î file party. This is U
good nrODOsilinn
j| ® UWa P r OpOSIllOn.
II 1 i i ,,
1 a,S0 »aVC »Ight
housekeeping apai*t
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PlCPi I OF FGIlt»
same
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to
ar
Harvard's Funds.
Harvard university has 26 cents of i
every dollar of Its surplus funds ln I
vested In public utility securities.
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WILL LEASE
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Address
THE
CENTRAL HOTEL
Zocal Happenings
''Whispering'^ Jones from Luther
was in town Monday.
H. C. Lyle from Luther was in the
city on business Monday.
'
Mr, and Mrs. D. W. Columbus mo
tored to Billings and buck Sunday.
The Misses Hattie and Elsie An
derson were Billings visitors Sunday
Miss Esther Smith and Alma Mull
in were in Billings Sunday.
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Chas. Schuyler and Bert Umbland
from.Luther were in the city Monday,
Bill
Mr. and Mrs. Oras Lune were
ings visitors Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. Walter R. Linley from Luther
was in the city Monday to make Proof
on his additional homestead before
Elbert Hymer, U. S. Commissioner.
Dennis Reardon is visiting his son
Jerry Reardon is an honorable Irish
character and is exceptionally well
known throughout the entire county
and is one of the pioneer Western set
tlers.
Miss Katherine Gerber after having
taken examinations in the county sup
erintendent's office Saturday returned
to her home in Keown, Montana, the
same afternoon.
Miss Emma Wetstein of Edgar re
turned to her home Monday after con
cluding a most enjoyable visit at the
J. T. Webber home. The young lady
is a friend and an old school chum of
Miss Laura Webber.
M. M. Walker, manager of the Great
Western Seed Company of Bridger,
was in the city on business interests
Monday. He says the pea crop is
wonderful.
Word received by Mrs. Lyman Mil
ler Friday stating that the severe ill
ness of her mother Mrs. B. T. Taylor
of Boyd made it necessary for her to
leave at once to be at her mother's
bedside.
visitor Saturday for the mirnose of I
Miss Marie Mapran of Laurel
was a
interviewing the county Superintend
ent, Mrs. Ellen Peterson, in regard
to obtaining a school for the Shane
Ridge school.
In a
complaint filed by Dominic
Castellino against Dan Kenjalo for
damages done to a car belonging to
the plaintiff, during the latter part of
July, a hearing of the case in Judge
Newman's office resulted in a judg
ment for $100 to Mr. Castellino.
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So in ten minutes they were seated in a
cool, comfortable spot just ten steps from
our town-famous soda fountain.
She said:
cream, please."
'A nut-peach melba
with whipped
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'Oh, gimme a chocolate ice-cream soda,
He said:
I guess.'
And we did. They did.
body was happy.—Why don't you try it ?
And every
Only Fresh Fruit Flavors
Are Used At Our Fountain
GUINTONI PARLOR
Will board and room school chib
dren. Mrs. C. P. Tatom 503 North
Platte.
It.
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Mr. and Mrs. George Headington
were favored last week by a visit from
Mrs. Headington's two nieces of Min
neapolis who made a side trip here
while en route to the Park. The Mis
ses Agnes and Mayme Kane were
( highly delighted with their first trip
I west and were reluctant to leave.
)
Mrs. W. M. Lewis and two children
left Tuesday for the home of Mrs.
j Lewis parents Mr. and Mrs. B. A.
! Johnson of Boyd. After an indefinite
j visit at their prosperous ranch home
j Mrs. Lewis will depart for Billings
' where she will visit with friends.
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Missouri is here visiting at the home
Miss Gertrude Hunter of Ozark,
of Mr. and Mrs. John T. Hays. Their
guest is an old friend of the family an
remain or an indefinite visit.
will
TH
ANNUAL
JÜTTï'» « s'«
mmuu i5j
TRAVELER FINDS
SUFER-SERVICE
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f y
Northern Pacific Train» a Pleasure
To Ride On
'The road of super-service" I*
(he way I' E. Harris, prominent
Seattle business man. designates
the Northern Pacific. Mr. Harris
writes:
■On
«»** It lin* hr*
m?
*thrr trip
I'm* 1 fir and wlill*
(h* road
irr la
> department. | ink* (hi« op
unity of -mylnjj It might
he rlanned
r* to huv
th
Norfhei
have U nown
d the henf of
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l'Uni
prnrt
the road of miper
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lent host wlshpi jrn trlfh
d will continue
nw In popnlarltT well an
tr<'*j»er|f.v '
I ach day ihp Northern Pacific
makes new friends and retains Its
Those famously good" meals
oitheru Pncific dining cars op
'■Trp all the way through between
B-'nl Minneapolis and
'be North Pariflc Coast—club cars.
valet, library and
other f.ioilltjes mark this line as
one of America's loaders
sumrvr fires to Yellowstone Park
and Par fir Coast po'nts now In ef
fort. AskChe local Northern Pacific
representative for details
h«Mi
hop* (hut th*
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bath
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ROOMS for rent. Inquire 523 No.
24-3t
Hauser.
FOR RENT—3 and 4 room apart
ments newly painted and kalso mined
Call at Downards.
HAY HANDS WANTED—We have
employment for a number of men im
mediately to put up hay. Phone No. |
130 or call at residence 221 So. VIL
LARD AVE., Red Lodge. Montana.
KANSAS FRIENDS
VISIT SALEE FAMILY
Arthur Bloomer, John Moran and
Will Peschka, of Claflin, Kansas, were
guests at the Sallee hon« here Tues
day, the boys were returning home
after having enjoyed a wonderful va
cation which included touring Yellow
stone Park.
They are tong time
friends of Sallee's and theii 1 visit here
was much enjoyed as is, always the
case when ''home folks" meet.
SHOW CARBON
CROPS
—AT THE—
Midland Fair
Our wonderful soil products this year will take prizes if they are
entered at the big fair. Are you willing to help put Carbon County 1
on the map? Will you select liberal samples of your exceptional
crops and thus help the fair committee in getting a good showing !
for the County?
Get in touch immediately with any of the following members of
the Fair Committee:
J. O. HIGHAM, Belfry
J. E. EMMETT, Bridger.
J. C. O'DONNELL, Edgar.
ROSS WAGNER, Fromberg
C. F. OLIVER. Joliet.
JOHN ANDERSON, Luther.
J. R CONVERY, Silesia.
C. C. ROWAN, Red Lodge.
Carbon's Showing At The Fair
Depends Entirely Upon Y
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MERCHANTS LUNCH
An excellent Noonday Meal for 40c
We Specialize in Delicious Luncheons
for After-Theatre and After-Dance
Parties.
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EMERSON'S MILK BREAD IS
GOOD BREAD Because
Purest Ingredients Are Used
Mixed by Expert Bread Makers
Baked in Our Own Sanitary ,
Shop
Fresh From the Oven Daily
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