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THE CARBON COUNTY CHRONICLE
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Published Every' Friday, At Red Lodge, Carbon County, Montana
O. H. P. SHELLEY, Editor and Mgr.
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.Patronize home where your interests are and
help maintain and support these interests—your
interests, your neighbor's interests. Get that self
ishness out of your heart that is envious of every
success; that wants to pull down every interest
that seems to reach beyond yours, and is in reality
an advantage to it and the town. Neither imagine
, v h pn n fow «hpkpk in vmir wnllpf vnu
auen a lew snekeis accumulate in youi wanei you
must necessarily go out of town to spend them,
thinking it would never do to distribute a little
nncVi fn vmir hnmp merchant«? since von can stand
casn to y OUÏ nome meicnanis, Since y OU Cctn Stand
them off for six months or a year. Mistaken idea.
They'll appreciate the cash and give you just as
good bargains as any merchant in neighboring!
towns or cities that may get your cash. Encourage
home deniers and manufacturers in everythin«?
nome aeaieis ana manuiacruiers in everything,!
not only by your patronage but by words of en
couragement and commendation. This is the way
to build up a town and make business lively; and
be sure you patronize your home paper when you
see it stands by your interests, lauds every legiti-l
mate enterprise, and wafts to the world doings,!
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"Entered at the Postoffice at Rod Lodge, Montana, as Matter of the.
Second-Class, Under the Act of Congress of March 6 , 1870.
Subscription Per Year $2.50; Six months $1.30; Three months S 1.00
Ail subscriptions Payable in Advance
Advertising Rates based on guaranteed circulation and furnished
upon application. Discount given on contracts
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transactions-picturing advantages, holding out|
inducements, and in a thousand ways building up
your interests. If it deserves not your hearty and
liberal support, pray, who does? Don't keep it
down then floundering f or an existence and gasp
ing for breath. It is a mighty poor rule that won't
work both ways. Stand by your town and support
all its interests.
THE BEST M AN IN TOWN
The best man we have in our town for the gen
eral good of the town is the one who will always
see on the front seat in the progressive band wag
on. He is the first one to extend an open and
warm hand to greet the stranger and welcome him
to the best town in the state. He will resent an
insult to our town as quickly as he would a slur at
a member of his family. He very politely invites
the chronic croaker to "move on." He is ever
ready to give his just proportion to every public
enterprise. He talks up our town at home and
abroad and believes it the best place upon God's
green earth in which to live and desires to be buri
We Have the Finest
RADIO
Sets in Town
Long winter evenings will soon be here.
Have your entertainment by your own fire
side hear voices and song in all parts of the
land. Y ou will be more than delighted.
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RADIO FASCINATES AND ENTERTAINS
THE WHOLE FAMILY
Come in! Listen in!
RED LODGE ELECTRIC COMPANY
"THE PRACTICAL GIFT SHOP.
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ed here when he dies. Let us all try and be like
this man for one year and our little city will take
on new life and improve as never before in its his
tory.
VI [Vite TT A Y
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The Chronicle is in receipt of a booklet Gotten
out by the Anaconda Copper Company, called the
Copper Target. This is a most interesting booklet,I
as it gives the amount of taxes paid by the Ana-j
jeonda Copper Mining Company, whether they
make money or not. This little booklet should be
in the hands of every voter before November 4th.
^ shows the numbei of men employed Un a num
ber of years past, and
f ieab industry. As the gross proceeds tax is be
1T j& ™ ade the issue in the Campaign, every voter
■ should mform hrmself as to. the facts so that he
may be voting for the best interests of the state,
f , a . gam ? . owr ?. in terests. T his little
booklet gives the inside history of the develop*
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ment of the mining industry in Montana. It is
our «jat if the gross production tax pas
ses > that Wlb retard development in Montana!
„ , rûQ », 0 nr\mn Wû om oifnof/a/t orv irvrLiC!
{°î J' oai s C0Ï ?}?' are S1 tu a ted m an indus
^' ia locality with mountains ot undeveloped ore,pi
8 ^ 001 vory^door^which will ever remain under
| V(do P ed > tf^his gioss pioceeds tax is voted by the
P eo P le - There would be no da nger of their
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.itni., T they aie piopei ly mlormed. Inc i '
i^f nda 1S being 'spread by thç proponents cf
£ r °ss pioceeds tax, that the Anaconda Com-j
i f a P/. pai ? on * axos m 1921 and ^1.00 m,
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vo ^ ers - P e ?P)° o^Montana. will give anybody
a square deal, if they have the facts. We would]
rge upon the r eaders of the Chronicle to secure]
a copy ofi the Copper Target and read it before
voting on November 4th.
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Senator Walsh is a national figure
and the man who took the lid off of I!
Teapot Dome
Mr. Carlson will answer Governor
Dixon on state issues. This will be "
the most interesting meeting of the ||
campaign. You will be entertained, it
Don't forget the date-October 28
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Many Untruths are
Told About Prince
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Montreal—Public interest in the
Prince of Wales is so great, members
his staff said here Tuesday, that
certain nespapers have not hesitated
u> indul « e in the nation of fabrics
exuT«?"* hlm whp " "° actU3 '
u w ns said, that these publications]
takt ' of th « p rince ' a P osi
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him which ordinary citizen coui.i
™ eet by court a ' t,on - Th «y know that
( falsehood», rather than intensify the
'Tttw.pdTt, the spokesman for the
prince . 8 party cited a gtory in a New
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company working through the Helena
relay off«*, a » announced b y Gen
erai Manager a. b. coowan of Den
ver here on his semi-annual tour of
The central accounting idea was
proposed hy District Commercial Man
arrer v G Life of Sa]t Lake and sim _
y means that the accounts wm be
doing,division commercial manager, and r
!van Time - divL,ion auditor - both of
Denver.
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Installation of
of expert accounts,
the center is in charge of H. H. Hardy,
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Maude S. Jensen
D. C., PH. C.
CHIROPRACTOR
Palmer School Graduate.
Three Year Course
Member U. C. A.
Office Savoy Block Phone 169 J.
Yorak paper Monday, in vv'u'ch the
orinee's name was coupled with that
of an actress who was "reported to
; !>e sailing for England on the same
ship.'
The story included an alleged UÎ 3 -
gram from General Trotter, the
prince's aid, to the actress.
The spokesman branded the tele
gram as false and said that the prince
not only had never met the actress,
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BUSINESS-PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY
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J. C. F SIEGFRIEDT
M. D.
Physician and
Surgeon
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BEARCREEK, MONT.
"If Your Property Don't Suit You, Why Not Trade It for
Something That Does"
ELBERT HYMER
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Red Lodge, Mont.
U. S. Land Commissioner
Good Homesteads and Relinquishments, close to market,
timber, coal, hunting and fishing.
"Come to Carbon County, Where Adam met Eve. A good
place to raise Cain."
REALTOR
Carbon County
Bonded Licensed Real Estate Broker
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JOHN G. SKINNER
Lawyer
United States National Bank
Building
RED LODGE MONTANA
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FUNERAL DIRECTOR
Licensed Embalmer
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Dentist
Office: Meyer-Chapman Bldg.
RED LODGE, MONTANA
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WOULD YOU LIKE TO
PLAY SOME
Musical Instrument?
Select Y»ur Desired Instrument
and Give Yourself a Trial at
WM. NOETZEL'S
MUSIC STUDIO
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JOHN T. HAYS
Lawyer
COUNTY ATTORNEY
Improvement Block
RED LODGE, MONT.
E. P. CONWELL
Lawyer
Improvement Block
RED LODGE, MONTANA
hut had never heard of her
The spokesman of the prince's party
also expressed annoyance et the pab
Deity given to the fact that the prin'a
had "danced all night" during his stay
in Montreal.
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he asked. "It is done by most healthy
and normal yaung men of 30 and the
prince is both healthy and normal to
a high degree.'
JOB PRINTING
QUICK SERVICE
CHRONICLE
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DR.C.L.KOEHN
Physician & Surgeon
Office Phone 77; Residence 114
RED LODGE, MONTANA
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J. A. NEMTVIAN
Justice of the Peace
Office in Improvement Block
RED LODGE, MONTANA
H. A. SIMMONS
Attorney
AND COUNSELOR AT LAW
....U. S. National Bank Building.
RED LODGE, MONTANA
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HEMSTITCHING
PICOTING
NU BONE CORSETS
Theresa Opitz
Room 3,
Over Grove Store
Red Lodge, Montana
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See L. P. CHAPMAN
For All Kinds of OIL
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Texaco Products
Meyer - Chapman Bank Bldg,
RED LODGE, MONTANA
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ABSTRACTS
Fire Insurance
Bonds
RED LODGE. MONTANA
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