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Bear Creek
(Special to The News)
Claire Logan, of Billings, on Thurs
day of this week. The bride to bel
was the recipient of many beautiful
gifts. The guests were Mesdames
Thompson, Shepard ,Roy Lynn, Steele,
Ed Beadle, Ben Foster, Elmer Price,
One of the pretty social affairs of
the week was the miscellaneous
shower given at the H. M. Rae home
on Monday evening, complimentary to,
Miss Agnes Rae, Mesdames H. S. Rae
and H. M. Rae acting as hostesses.
Miss Rae is to become the bride of
J. Miklejohn, Sam Alexander, James
Laird, Frank Daugherty, McBteh,
Dave Thomas, Clem Lodge, Joe Frank
ovich, Barbara McDonald, Alex Mc
Donald, George Brown. Ed McLuskie,
William Campbell, W. Murrie, William
Freeman, Jr., Floyd Boyer, Jim Boyer
J. W. Anderson, and the Misses Anna
Thompson and Mrs. Clarence Williams
and the honor guest.
The news reached this community of
the marnage of Miss Jesse Dell and
George Massick, formerly of this
place. The wedding took place in Bil
lings. They came to Bearcreek and
will spend several days here before
leaving for Tacoma, Wash., where they
will make their future home.
Mrs. Massick is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. William Dell of Luther. She
graduated from the Red Lodge high
school and has been teaching school
the past three years, having taught
here last year. Mr. Massick is the
son of Mrs. John Marshal of this place.
He formerly was a partner of Mr.
Marshal in a soft drink parlor of this
place, but is now a chef on the Mil
waukee, St. Paul R. R. running from
Tacoma to Chicago. The community
extends congratulations.
The members of the Eastern Star
proved themselves delightful hostesses
Saturday evening when they enter
tained the members of the Masonic
Lodge. The evenings entertainment
was started with the following pro
Libecap. of Laurel, Montana
Has Purchased the
Lodge Meat Market
He will deal in first class meats, poultry,
fish, butter, eggs, etc.
Come in and j*et acquainted.
will receive the most careful
Call 6
Your order
Red Lodée Market
Walter Libecap, Prop.
Piano Solo—Mrs. A. P. Christian!.
Following the entertainment the
rest of the evening was spent playing I
I , '500" and "Hearts" until a late hour j
1 when a delicious lunch was served by a
committee. About fifty attended.
Piano solo—Miss Helen Forney,
Vocal Duet—A. Currie and Fred Chris
Piano Solo—Miss Margaret Hamilton.
' Vocal Solo—Mrs. Robert Hamilton,
Piano Solo—Miss Mayme Irvine.
Vocal Solo—Thomas Freeman.

Mr. a id Mrs. Frank Johnson and son,
Francis, Mr. and Mrs. George McNeil j
I and daughters, Agnes, Elizabeth and 1
Helen, Miss Ellen Thompson, Miss
-^ ni! ' e Thompson, Dr. and Mrs. J. C.
F. Siegfriedt, Mr. and Mrs. Caamile
Bal0 ? e - Misses Frances and Rosa
Seonnenza, Norville and Vincent Be
Among those who attended the cir
eus in Red Lodge Thursday were Mr. '
and Mrs. P. H. Gardner and son, Hor-.
ton, Mrs. Louis sasich and children, |
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Murray and
daughter, Janete, Mrs. C. P. Hamnck, '

sinque, Mr. and Mrs. J. Harry Wright
and family, Mrs. Elmer Price and
family, Mrs. John Kane and daughter,
Nell, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Joyce and
Bearcreek experienced her seventh
win, Sunday afternoon, out of eight
games played this season when they
defeated Bridger on the local diamond
with a score of 10 to 2. Markovich led
the batting for the locals with 4 safe
hits. Batteries for Bridger were Kelt j
and Bean. Batteries for Bearcreek
were Wadsworth and Herosma.
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Off balls Wadsworth 1—Kelt 2.
Two base hits; Markovich, 2 John,
son, Wadsworth, Bourrett, Brown,
Struck out by Wadsworth 2, by
Kelt 5.
Double play: W. Reed to L, Reed.
Three earth quake shocks within an
hour of each other were felt in this
community Saturday evening and left
the majority of residents awe stricken
over the unusual phenomena. The first
quake was felt about 6:30. The second
shock which was the most noticeable
came about three quarters of an hour
later. A very slight ene was again j
felt about 8:30. Houses shook and
dishes rattled but no damage was
caused. This community, from all re
ports received the lightest shocks of
any town in the earthquake region.
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Erasure enter
tained last Monday evening at a very
delightful dinner party complimentary
to "Dad" Erasure, the occasion being
his 86th birthday anniversary. Fol
lowing the dinner the evening was
spent in conversation. The guests were
Mr. and Mrs. Howell McKinnon, Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Lamport, Mr. and
Mrs. Elmer Price, George Sucker,
Eluse Hennebry and the honor guest.
Mr. and Mrs. Hill, of Elk Basin,
were Sunday visitors at the Bearcreek
Mrs. R. M. Lord who has been vis
*tmg at the home of her sister in Log
Angeles, Cal., is expected home this
^week. She lecently received the
news of the death of her brother at
the Mayo hospital in Minnesota,
hospital where their daughter Nellie
is convalescing from a fractured hip
sustained in an auto accident several
weeks ago.
the accident is still suffering from in
J urien received in the accident.
Mr. Hill who was also in
Mrs. 0. Lodge and two daughters,
Lillian and Lucille, left Monday for
Tacoma, Wash., where they expect to
spend the summer. They were accom
panied to Billings by Mr. and Mrs.
James Lodge.
William Hawthorne arrived in town
Sunday from Omaha where he was
sent as a delegate to the World War
veterans convention Mr. Hawthorne
has been in a veteran hospital in
Helena for some time and it much im
p rovei j
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cenis and family
and Phil Noble, and Mr. and Mrs. Mar
cel Cenis returned Friday from
Shoupe, Idaho, whore they have been
engaged in the mines at that place. i
Dr. and Mrs. J. C. F. Siegfriedt went,
to Billings Monday to meet Mrs, H.j
Hopka, of Roundup, who will accom
She will be their
pany them home.
honse guest for several days,
. . . —
Mrs. Edith Townsend and Miss
Edith Townsend, of Wisconsin are ex
pected to arrive at the Ned Townsend
home this week to spend the summer.
They are making the trip by cm
Mrs. Jules Besinque returned Thurs
day from Billings where she had .■-pent
several days visiting at the home of
her sister, Mrs. Ed Summers
Mr. and Mrs. J. Harry Wright and
family and house guests Mr Ida
Dllworth and daughter Mi:-s Lucilc
Wright were guests at dinner Sunday
at the Lamport home,
James Forseyth was a \v<. k end
visitor at Billings. Mrs. F .rseythe
and two small daughters returned
home with him after a few days visit
with relatives there,
Mrs. Florence Berger, wh i li.-.s been
visiting at the home of her son Walter
the past several days returned to her
home at Gebo, Wyo., Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Priestly and
family of Bridger motored to Lear
creek Sunday to enjoy the ball game
and visit with friends.
Mrs. Ida Dilworth ami daughter
and daughter Miafi Lucille Wright are
the house guests of J. Harry Wright
and family a few days.
Dr. J. W. Reed and two daughters
Ewa and Gladys and Miss Gladys
Newby were transacting business in
Billings Friday.
Mrs. Joe Stacey and two small sons
Billie and Babbie were the guests of
Mrs. R. Wakenshaw at dinner Satur
day evening.
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Arvin and
daughter Jeanette were guests at a
waffle breakfast at George Youst's
on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Howell McKinnon and
Mrs. T. E. Erasure were guests at the
Walter Lamport ranch on Sunday af
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Neff, manager
for Swift and Co. at Billings, accom
panied Hugh Smith on his weekly trip
Miss Dorothy Lepley, of Billings,
who ha« been the house guest of Miss
Nell Kane, left for her home this week.
Mr. and Mrs, S. M.-Arvin and
i daughter, Janette and Mr*. Alex
Young and family motored to Belfry!
! Wednesday evening,
Mr. and Mrs. John Rinehart and
family and Mr. and Mrs. Hardy spent
Saturday fishing on Rock Creek.
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Hawthorne, who
have been at Thermopolis the past two
weeks, returned home Saturday.
Mrs. Alec Hynds and two children
Ruth and Earl arrived home Monday
after a weeks visit in Billings.
Mr. Peterson, of the Ager-Hopkins
Auto Co., of Billings, was attending
to business in town Saturday.
Miss Laura Silva returned Thurs
day from Livingston and Billings
where she had spent ten days.
Frank Dougherty, Thomas Lodge
and William Evans were fishing at
Deep Lake over the week end.
Tom McBryde, who has been nt Wal
lace, Idaho, for the past several
months arrived home Monday.
Tom Brown and A1 Gallineaux, of!
Billings were here Monday on their
regular weekly trips.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Garnett are the
parents of a baby boy born in à local
hospital Thursday.
The Robert Irvine and J. Harry
Wright residences are being given
new coats of paint.
Miss Naomi Youst left Sunday to
spend a few days at the J. G. Holland
ranch, near Belfry.
where he will remain for a month at
John Bone left Sunday for Billings
tending to business.
Mr. and Mrs. John Stampfel and
daughter were guests at the Jansko
vitch home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Joyce and family
were dinner guests at the John Kane
home Sunday.
G. H. Collins, of Billings was at
tending to business in town Thursday
and Friday.
R. M. Lord returned Sunday from a
five days trip in the northern part of
the state.
Mrs. P. H. Gardner spent several
days last week visiting with relatives
in Billings.
Miss Anderson and Earl Romek of
Belfry were in town a short while
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sasich and fam
ily were fishing on Little Rocky Sun
Howell McKinnon was transacting
business in Red Lodge Thursday morn
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Robel were
week end campera near the Rimrocka.
Roy Wadsworth and family were
week end campers on Little Rocky.
Downard's Funeral
Funeral Director—Licensed Em
balmer—Lady Assistant
Complete Stock of Caskets on
Hand at alt Times.
Red Lodge and Bearcreek.
The wise man forestalls
financial loss from fire, theft,
accident or other cause with
Be wise. Play safe. Let
us show you how to fully pro
ject your possessions at the
least possible cost.
Carbon County
News Office
Phone 9
Representing the
Philadelphia Fire and Marine
Insurance Company, Minne
apolis Fire and Marine In
surance Company, The Eagle
Fire and Marine Insurance
Company of New York.
Mrs. Sirrine, of Chance, is visiting
at the home of Mrs. Henry Dreppa.
Louis Sasich was a business caller
in Cody the later part of the week.
A. F. Christian! and family enjoyed
a Sundays outing at the resrvoir.
R. Irvine and William Ness were
Alec Hawthorne and family were
Mr. and Mrs. George Six, of Washoe
were in town a short while Sunday,
fishing on Rock Creek Saturday.
Mrs. Frank Robel was attending to
business in Bed Lodge Thursday.
George Bell, of Billings, was attend
ing to business in town Monday.
fishing on Little Rocky Sunday.
Ed. Olcott, of Red Lodge was in
town on business Monday.
Mike Demore and family were Red
Lodge visitors Friday.
Miss Elsie Hennebry left Tuesday
for her home at Boyd.
John Dodaahek war. an Edgar visitoi
on Sutuulay morning,
Pete Egan is lie . « acr of a new
Cleveland Sedan.
Mrs. J. E. Ricketts was a Belfry
visitor Monday.
W. L. Tillman wa. a Belfry visitor
Conservative Estimate
Sightseer; (Not knowing he is
talking to the president of the com
pany) "I have heard that thousands
are employed here. I wonder how
mim y men really work here."
President: "About one in every
I fifty, mister."
Mr. and Mrs. George Mansfield and
Leone Bergan were business callers
in Red Lodge Monday.
Mrs. Dan O'Shea and daughter
Elenor and sons Arthur and George
are visiting here.
The Wilson family were vislrots in
Red Lodge Thursday.
Mrs. Ed Barry of Livingston Is vis
iting her mother-in-law Mrs. James
Mr. and Mrs. O. Bergan and Mrs.
Geo. Mansfield motored to Laurel Sun
Mr. Geo. Mansfield left Thursday for
Shelby, Montana, where he has land
Mrs. Pete Zylstra entertained Ladies
Aid at the M. E. church Wednesday.
The earthquake was felt three times
in this vicinity but no damage was
by the hour, day or week
Light and heavy draying
Phone 29
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Number of lamps
0 to 25
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12 Vie
11 Vic
13c 13 Vic Uc 14 Vjc 15c
12c 12'/,e 13e UVjC 14c
11c 11'/»« 12c 12'/jc 13S
10c lO'/i c He
Class 1
. 26 to
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.101 to 200
201 to 300
.301 to 400
.401 to 600
„.601 to 800
,801 to 1000
and over 1000
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10c lOVif He
9 Vic 10c
8c 8Vic 9c
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8 Vic
Electric cooking, rate 4c per kwhr. Minimum rate $1.60 per month.
Power motors under 10 horse power, laundry end dry cleaner's
irons, charging storage batteries, advertising signs, rate—6c per kwhr.
Minimum rate $1.60 per month.
Power motors 10 horsepower and over, rates furnished on appli
To guarantee payment of bills a deposit is requested for the
amount of an estimated forty-five days bill. Interest will be paid on
such deposits at rate of six per cent, where deposits are held for a i
period of six months or over.
For non-payment of bills, violation of rules or regulations or
fraudulent use of current we are authorized by Public Service Com
mission regulations to discontinue service and make a charge of $1.00
for re-connection.
Settlement of accounts is requested wihtin ten days from date
bill is rendered.
A full set of tariffs, rules and regulations are on file at the Mine
Office for public reference.
Miss Alice Walsh was a visitor at
her sister's Mrs. M. Gaston Tuesday
and Wednesday.
Mrs. Jim Powers and children left
for their home in Casper, Wyo., Tues
Miss Velma Hegerty and Miss Mar
guerite Rerden who have been visit
ing friends in Roberts returned home
last week.
A large drowd from here attended
the picnic at the summer resort near
Fox Sunday.
Mr. Fred Walker from Laurel vis
ited his parents Mr. and Mrs. Walker
Mrs. H. Walker spent the week end
in Columbus visiting her daughter
Mrs. Harry Parroenter.
Mr. Geo. Mansfield, Mr. Harry
Harness and Mr. Oscar Bergan went
to the east Rosebud on a fishing trip.
Leone Bergan was a visitor at the
J, llannuta home the last week.
A number of people attended the
circus held at Red Lodge Thursday.
Mr. «nd Mrs C. F. Anderson and
children of La. rel were callers at the
F. Anderem nome on Sunday.
John Norm iO and A. G. Anderson
ere Imsines» callers at Red Lodge on
Among (lose who attended the dr
us at K( ( Lodge on Thursday were
Mr. nod Mrs. L. L. Huddleston und
family, Mr. a:., 1 Mrs. R. A. Platt and
family, Mi . Lonnie Boyd and son,
Mr. and Mrs, B d Newkirk and family,
Marvin Kirki.art, F. C. Davis, Myrtle
Cassidy, Donald Anderson and Frances
Mr., and Mrs. Jean Lambert arrived
on Friday anil arc visiting for a few
days at the John Boyd home,
Paul Anderson was a business culler
at Red Lodge on Friday.
Mr. Nelson, Supt. of Schools at Bel
fry was a caller in this vicinity on
Mrs. W. II. Adamson left on Sunday
evening for Billings where she will
visit for a few days.
The repair gang are busy putting a
new air dump in the Occident Elevator.
The Bresnohon ami lleminghuus
children of Billings are spending their
vacation at the home of their grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm, Dullenly.
Mrs. Frank Ross and children who
have been visiting at the John Nor
mlle home left on Sunday for Red
Mrs. Mesera was a caller at Billings
for a few days this past week where
she visited her husband who is ill at
I he hospital.
Donald Anderson was a business
caller at Joliet on Monday.
F, C. Davis and Marvin Kirkhart
motored to Joliet on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. De Graw and
children were business callers at Red
lujdgc on Thursday. ,

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