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: Stromrs et ? erao liai ffiHntion : S metal : j Intnrvl a.tû fOt^rr ßftt» Irtrnß of i local ßanm ; John Shaw was a Tuesday visitor from Luther. Frank Stumpff of Boyd was in Red Lodge Tuesday. Ed Olcott made a business trip to Hillings Friday. J an Allan- from Roberta was in town last Friday. Harry Monahan of Roberts was in the city Tuesday. Leo Muller of Cole Creek was in Red Lodge, Saturday. J. P. Van Moose of Edgar was here ketween trains Saturday. Have you a house or apartments to rent? Let us help you. William Robinson from Clearcreek was in the city Tuesday. O. H. Endhal of Butte, was in the •city between trains Sunday. Mrs. McIntosh from Red Lodge Creek was in the city Tuesday. jo suiijduus qdasof -sjjv pun -jjj .L uther were shopping here Friday. "Matt Keogness of Luther, was a business caller Friday and Saturday. Miss Helen Riddle of Cody, Wyo., is a house guest of Mrs. F. A. Wil liams. U. E. Cl'-.rk and J. A. Mason from .Absarokee are registered at the Pol lard Hotel. Henry Green from his ranch on the West Bench, was in the city on busi ness Tuesday. Hon. Alex FairgHeve, repsenta tive elect, was in the city Monday from Washoe. Mrs. Joseph F. Dolin, formerly of Red Lodge, was in the city from Bil lings Wednesday. Bishop Hobbs, of Joliet, was shak ing hands with his many friends here Saturday afternoon. Miss Irene Johnson of Boyd was' registered at the Pollard during the Thanksgiving Holiday. Sanfred Renlund, a prgminent stock man from Butcher Creek was in our •city on business Saturday. Attorney E. P. Conwcll attended to legal matters at Washoe and Bear creek Monday afternoon. Have you ordered your greeting cards yet? We have some beahtiful samples to show you Also gift sta tionery 'fcàn be supplied, ôrder now' and avoid- disapoiotment. County News. Carbon Jas. Tomilson, the Bridger garage man was in the city on business and visiting friends Tuesday. O. E. Tappe, inspector for U. S. Building & Loan Association at Bil lings, was in the city on business Wednesday. R. M. Lord, manager of the Bear creek Co-op Society Store was trans acting business here the later part of last week. John G. Shaw ,one of the leading Stockmen of the Luther neighbor hood, was here Friday on business is one of the directors. Get the News. $2.60 per year. WHAT'S THE USE ftrtxP.VuiZal» 0 Wm*m MwM t f ■ Vm*M Something to Be Considered —* JU4T Trtimic WHAT >*/6'aK GBTTIhS 'I HE(3E - MAID OEOVICE , MEAT, UÖMT, J PE FQtÔERATiOM , WINDOW WAÇHINO- / ALL l(4CLUl>£D IN IDE PENT TE'5 - iA'nV IT APabTment you've f-jf a daqlihq / "b 1 800M<i , BATw V RlTCHeMETTE . AND Think; OF 1mE QBCiMSO ATHOSPMEQR in he«b — wht Soon we'll be Rubbing Elbows with the vandeq milts u Thb DE FIVE SPoTS So This I«, 1«E — Twinic what The Pent i% * Chosen • ip 0 J à The ATftoSlfiiAta'i LOOKS PRETTY HA2ET Tb MS - AND IF YOU TMiNK X'H <jONNA WEAR out my Good clothes on The vahdeb hilts elbows , i you're mis- jff \ ■ y\ S \ taken < —I A / V, 'fEAM, BUT — ■ % m r // 3 € C$7 ( TP w I à « , J DO I LS f M Ml ui 5 y/i ■ft J/ 8 o Ö 3 — 1 S. F. Sparr from Clearcrcek was in town Tuseday. W. H. Allen from Joliet was in Red Lodge, Monday. Ed. Rawlins from Roberts was in the city Monday. John Monahan of Roberts was in the city Monday. Jeff Parker was in Red Lodge from William Parker of Fox was in the Elbow Creek Tuesday. 1 city Saturday afternoon. Tom Caldwell frtm Willow Creek' ! was in the city Tuesday. J. H. Murphy of Livingston is trans acting business in this city. Mrs. Anton Chesavek and daughter were in town from Belfry Monday. ■ j Nels Rogness of Clearcreek was a business visitor in the city Tuesday. Filing Rogness, from his ranch, near Castagne was in the city Tues day. William Albreicht was in the at,' from his ranch at Clarks Pork Valley Tuesday. Mrs. Rose Wiek erak was a business caller in the city Friday from hci home in Boyd. Roy Clippinger was in town on busi ness Monday from his ranch home on the East Bench. _ Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kuckler of Fox ! were visiting friends in this city Sat urday and Sunday. John Bunn of Luther was here Mon day looking after business matters and attending Court. Mr. L. E. Gist, teacher of Washee, was visiting friends in the city the later part of the week. J. I. O'Donnell, cashier of the Edgar State Bank transacted business here between trains Monday. William Dell, representative of Car bon county, was in the city from his home at Luther Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Cress, of Chance, is in the city with their young child at the Adams hospietal for an oper ation./ County Commissioner James Con very of Selesia was in the city the first of the week attending a meeting of the board. FOR SALE—278 acres dry land—40 acres in fall wheat. Buildings, horses and. machinery. Will sell cheap for quick sale. 1 .ANDREW ANDERKO, Roberts, MoVftana. 38-ft* J. F. Keown, Special officer for the N. P. Railway Company was here from Livingston between trains Mon day on official business. . Mrs. N. D. Fugleman and daughter Ruth returned Saturday from a ten days visit with relatives and friends at Reed Point and Bozeman. County Surveyor M. G. Swan, re turned Saturday from the Clark Fork valley where he had been spending a few days on official business. Dr. W. H. Allen of Joliet was here between trains Monday, visiting his son Edgar of the Red Lodge Drug Company and shaking hands with his many friends. The President's Message m < ■ K L A Ü \\ » V I X? mi// vi m , I ' fW P5 m V' '•Ï. I .. .. Mr. G. H. Russell of Bozeman was in the city on business Wednesday. _ Mike Gohr of Roberts was a busi ness visitor in the city Wednesday, Pat Burk employe of The Montana Power Co. at Mystic Latte spent the holidays with his family at the Powers ranch. R. H. Bartich returned to his home in Butte Saturday after visiting at the home of his brother-in-law, W. L. Snyder. Ed. Neville and Claude Thompson of Ennis, Montana, who have been vis iting friends in this city the past week departed for their homes Saturday af ternoon. A. B. Cooly, formerly County Sur- j ! ve y° r ot this county, returned to the ! c 'ty last week. Mrs. Cooly will ar- | rive ' n a f ew days and will spend the winter here. "Doc" West and Albert Evans two ! prominent ranchers from the West ; side were in the city Friday, paying i their taxes and attending to other business matters. The Loyal Order of Moose, The of Womans Mooseheart ^ Legion, and Junior Order of Moose are planing a joint social soon which will be announced later. Chapter F. E. Diffinder, Supreme Auditor of the Loyal Order of Msoge of Moose : Heart. Ill., made a business call on the local . ;ige during the last week and high';' complimented the local of- ! ficers on .... ^landing of the lodge. James Keowan, head of the North- 1 ern Pacific Investigating Department, was in the city Monday in connection with the prosecution of misappropri ation of coal in the Roberta District. James Burnett and Swan Young strum, two prominent west side raneh ars were in the city from Luther on | connected with the Red Lodge-Fish tail Telephone Copipany of which he Friday. . D. W. Columbus and Leslie Lyons, proprietors of the Red Lodge Elec tricCompany made a business trip to Absarokee Friday returning Saturday afternoon. They report the roads out that way fairly good. Mrs. McFarlan, wife of Dr. A. H. McFarlan, and small son from Black foot, Idaho, arrived in this city ( Monday tu join Dr. McFarlan who has taken over the osteopathic practice formerly owned by Dr. L. E. Tichenor. The McFarlan's are at present occupying one of the Madison sisters' residence on North Platte. Mr«. James Leslie entertained the Home Circle on Wednesday evening. Mrs. R. D. Scott who has been spud ing a few days in R.sd l odge visiting :her husband, Supt. Scot , left for her home in Seattle Sa tv vdny. Mrs. Scott :s wt, N acquainted in Red Lodge and while here was the rec p eut of many social attentions. . Hon. J. F. Rich of Bridger spent Monday in this city renewing ac quaintances and attending to busi ness matters before the District Court, Mr. Rich is a former resident of Red W mm I > FURNITURE ; ■ - . M Jh. pm vAi The Unforgotten Gift T.iE wmcfftsm STORE iamiiii!iii*i»jiaiiiiiii«wa>'ixaiiieRiiiwi(ii»iiiM'iiliW Let this be a C ristiaas of sensible giving. The world needs old fashioned common sense »? well »? sentiment. Let ns suggest; U L s A E S «11 JJ ,1; F T U I m: Qy, L [•, N , V* 3 «fee 5 « - - G T H TP G ■ G I I F F T T S S THE TRULY BIG TOYYLAND The kids will be delighted with o ur sleds, wagons, skates, books, games, dolls, drums, mechanical toys, etc. Bring them in and let them make their Christmas choicf e themselves. 9 Furni Hard % ture ware Lodge lut moved to Bridger several where he hold» the offices years ago >f Police Judge, Justice of the Pcac", Member of the B ard of Eilucition.JfiS t ha rrr.nn of the Reception Committee 4 and several other positions of honor! md trust. Many, many times since he left has he been urged to come back without result as he claims that Brid- i per is the best town on earth and ■ citizenship is made up of the best peo ple. The many friends of Mrs. John G. Shaw, who recently underwent an op- 1 eration in a Butte hospital will h pleased to know that she is getting | along nicely and expects to return home at an early date. The Shaws (live near Luther but are well known in this city. Brookhart is Given a Certificate of Election Des Moines—United States Senator Smith W. Brookhart tonight was in possession of the offic'al certificate of, election approval by the state iug'.s-j lative council following the finding of that body that the senator received 755 more votes in the November elec tion that did hin democratic opponent. ' I Daniel F. Stock. The e i ec tion certificate which (j^],, s ( be »ehator to the scat in the United State „ sen#te wa( i38ued by _ . » „ t. Secretary of State W. C. Ramsey late in the day of November 21th. The official figures in the senatorial I en- , ! I I ' contest was given out by the iegis lative council were: Brookhart, 417, 706; Steck, -146 061. Congregational Church J There were Church School—9:46. children present last Sunday. Let's make it a hundred this Sunday, Church Worship—11 A. M. Children's Story—"What the Mice found Out." Adult and Young People's Sermon— it«'"Jesus and the Family". Special music—Contralto Solo— "Like as a Father"—Scott, by Mrs. Roy A. Nutting. The play to be put on by the Poly anna girls because of the holiday rush will be postponed to a later date, church noxt Sun is y evening, There will be no service al this GUY WINSTON CHURCHILL, Minister. Telephone 289—W. Methodist Episcopal Church Rev. F. C. Fulford, Pastor. Resi ^e. 14th and Hauser Streets. Phone 133R. Church located on South Mam St, Sunday School at 10 o'clock A. M., I Dr. F. W. Schwin, Superintendent. Morning Worship at II A. M. Ser n,0! ' ljy l ' ;istor ' Subject! Up-to-the-Minute Gospel Message," A Live Special music, by Mr. Ralph George and Mrs. Thad Pounds. Junior church at 2:30 o'clock p. m. Epworth League at 7:30 o'clock p. m. Evening service at 8:00 p. m. Ser mon by the Pastor. Special music by a large Junior Chorus, you ought to hear them sing. Everybody welcome to enjoy these services. Shrine Hospital WfiB Receive Two Small Sufferers From Moat. Billings, December. 1.—Mrs. D. W. Grieve, who as a member of thr woman's auxiliary of Al Brdoo temple. Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, has acte* as special guardian of children sent ta the Crippled Children's Shrine hospital at St. Paul, departed this m orsisa with two more unfortunates wKe to undergo treatment at that tuition. They are Leo Cnbbia— Billings, who has an affl ■rtioa sBmv ing his powers of locomotion, anB Margaret Canfield of Big Timher, «k» is suffering from hand and ftt>* trouble. The girl is 13 and the Wy II years old. and they hava been on tlar waiting list of Al Bcdoe's lau p ma 1st for some time, beemnee of its quota at the hospital being filled. Mrs. Grieve will bring hack Herr.hr» Lucas of Brunelda, Rosebud county, who is about to he discharged as cured. The tot, who is only two years oML had club feet, which have be«« sir nigh toned, according to advice* from the orthopedic hospital. ANOTHfiR ONE Mr. Peter A. Richert, a 1924, B. h. ( . graduate secures a good peeitknx with the Pullman Co. at Billing«. Iff you want a good income, follow the "trail of the successful.' today for information. Enter at any time. Write iv» BILLINGS BUSINESS COLLEGE 1 The Lending Buxine»» Training Sc Km* of (he Midland Empire :■ 4 I v ■: v I P [/ f Ju % + ♦ + i * t I ♦ t: + ♦ i t New Shipment of V * ♦ Sport Scarf Sets * I v V : For Women and Children For bargains in | dresses and milli- ♦ i nery see our sale t I prices — continuing | thru this week V V V v » + I The Style Shoppe ! *■ ♦♦♦♦♦•»»♦♦♦»♦ ♦ ♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦»»a « R udy furnaces Make Belter Hits k i n* V C RED LODGE SHEKT METALWORKS r FOR OVER 200 YEARS haarlcm oil has been a *<xW wide remedy for kidney, Ihrer wo& bladder disorders, rheumatism, lumbago and uric acid condition« O0U>MEI||/ V HAARLRM OH. correct Internal troubles. » H mn U tr organs. Three sizes. All drmgiaN , r on the original genuine Oou> ""