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. I LOCAL AND OTHERWISE •s— The Catholic Sunday School program and tree will he held; Royal Neighbors' hall, Sunday af tevnoon, Dec. 19 at 3 o'clock. Miss Catherine Nail, eighth grade teacher, spent the week end ■at het home on the Southside. Think you're hand-boiled? Never cred at a mbvie ? Cheer uip, you'll cry at t)bis one and be proud 1 of it. The biggest father and son picture ever made, ''His People.'' Christmas matinee and night— Liberty. 44-1 Wolf The Point orchestra, which is under the direction of D. T. Staples, drove to Nashua Friday evening to play for a dance there. Gust Karras, who has been in this city training for matches, left Monday morning for Spokane. He has a match there with Ted Thye of the Multnomah Athletic Club of Portland, Ore. Thye is one of the best known coast wrestlers and trainers. Tcm Alley is said to be promoting the match. Karras will probably re turn to Wfolf Point the last oart of this week. We will be pleased to show you our line of fixtures for your rooms. Hamblin Electric Shop.43-2 Hank Cusker was in town' Sat-| urdiay. He Says his string of rac ing horses are now in Juarez, 1 Mexico, and he is receiving favor-! able reports of their success. Elder John Ilium and Elder Al ton Bright of the Latter Day Saints mission on the- Reservation were in town Saturday. Bright is a mission, coming here from Dow ney, Idaho. Elder new arrival at the fi 0 a 0 fi 0 ALWAYS TRYING TO SHOW THE BEST 0 fi n SUNDAY-MONDAY, DECEMBER 19-20 Corinne Griffith with Jack Mulhall and Charles Murray in 0 0 fi CLASSIFIED \ 0 Our Gang Comedy "Mysterious Mystery. ^ Also Pathe News. . i fi TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY Fred Humes in outdoor picture ■ YELLOW BACK „ Wise or Otherwise" a happy comedy. Last ^ Chapter of "Fighting With Buffalo Bill.'' THURSDAY-FRIDAY Ti 0 0 fi a 0 a Anniversary Special Julian Eltinge, the famous female imperson ator in the most comical laugh-provoking role ever attempted by any comedian. You'll laugh till your sides ache when you see n 0 0 fi n 0 MADAME BEHAVE A Charlie Chase two-reel comedy and Pathe News in addition. 0 fi fi — CHRISTMAS DAY Anniversary Special 0 Also Evening Matinee 3:00 p. m. Half Jewish, Half Irish, All American, the greatest heart drama of a generation, n 0 HIS PEOPLE 0 Two reel comedy also, shown one day only. Remember this is fi 1 j i 0 fi COMING ANNIVERSARY SPECIALS Laura LaPlante in "Poker Faces. Ira Douglas MacLean in "Introduce Me. ■ Reginald Denny in "Rolling Home. Laura LaPlante in "Her Big Night. 0 • * fi 0 ■ - j 1927 CALENDERS j ! j We have a good 12 sheet calendar and wall chart. If you wish one please call at bank or cut out the enclosed and mail and w'e will be glad to mail you one. I j j ! I FIRST STATE BANK, WOLF POINT, MONT. f j I I ! j Kindly mail me one of your 1927 wall calendars and charts. Address . City.... State .. j I I I ! \ I i i i j ! I ! j I i W. A. Rogers left Saturday for a business trip to Medic ne Hat, Canada, Myra Cusker and his nephew, Ray Cusker, were in town Wed nesday. First class firewood in stove lengths and delivered. Inquire at Gogsfwells store, Wolf Point, (Mont. 43-4 -Hohn Stolen of the Sioutb-ide was among the Wolf Point shop pers Saturday. NLs Ref.-lunld of the Southsid'e drove to town Friday to transact business. Melford Dahl, deputy revenue officer for this district, wes in Wolf Point on business Thursday, ü î Mrs. Scheffelbine of Poplar un derwent a mlajor operation in this city Monday. Not a fairy story but a human document—not whipped cream fari'a-y but the honest bread of life—not a picture for one view ing but one to see again and again. "His People," the one big heart-appeal of the decade. Christ ina' 5 day only, rriatinee 3 p. m.— also evening. Miss Ada Jacobi, who has been HI for several weeks, is reported better this week. The supper at the Lutheran church Wednesday night was well attended. Delicious Imenus, of either roast meat or ludefish and lefse were served. The Work of preparing' the meal was done by the Ladies Aid and the young ladies cf the congregation served the meal in. a very efficient way. in Mrs. Hen o' Pipai and family were in town Saturday sbo-ppmar. G-ok>d, dry wood cut into stove lengths and delivered. S. Cogswell, Wolf Point. 43-4 family, from Vick, is temporarilyP employed at the Camrud Motor Hamblin 43-2 Tomimy Vine, who recently moved do Wolf Point with Company. Buy your shoes at Daveys and 44-lt save. Mrs. Maud Finl-nd and her hr-ther Tracy Scott, both from Vida, were in town shopping Wed nesday. A. G. Cleveland of Prazer was a Wolf Point visitor Wednesday. Mr. Cleveland purchased a Ford roadster fnojm the Motor Sales Company. Frank and Henry Kirkpatrick ■of Vida were in town Tuesday. Lock over our line of electrical rppliances today. The Electric Shop. Hubert Lcerd'orf of Vida drove to Wolf Point Wednesday. fhoppingj Robert Naylor of the Montana Daikota Power office returned to this city, Vuedday, from Willistten.i Mr. Nay Ihr attended! the opening! of the new retail store of the! power company in Williston. Vincent and Cleaveland cf the local office of the Mlcntana-Dakota Power Ocm nany were in Culbertson on bus iness Wednesday. Free matinee Christmas morn ing at 11 o'clock. Everyone, es pecially those living in, the coun try, dordially invited to attend.) Send the children. Fish el Miles 44-1 W. L. Rose of Culbertson wys towr on business last Sa tor d,ay. Mr. Rose has recently an-i r.-cunced that he has fedmied a law partnership with Eric Mourn of Poplar. THctmas R. Forbes, clerk cf the) ((curt, was a visitor in Poplar Monldlay. fDr. J. C. De Wane mote a pro fessional call in Frazer Tuesday. There are no better lamps on the market than the Edison The Hamblin Electric 43-2 Mazda. Shop. Mrs. Ed Schillinge!- of Vida is at the Paul Schillingier heme in) this city.. Mrs. Schillinge!- is re ceiving local medical attention. j Additional Olds owners are Mrs. J. G. Steel and sen George returned Monday from. Poplar where 'they had been visiting Mrs. Bed's m.ether, Mrs. J. T. Ketch iner. King of the Siamese Cats — T * : I 0 >4 ,h W* ■m r * ■> :: ) ' . ü vi : 1 v.i ■ f.' . j >.< & m li I m This unusual looking tom cat, who rejoices in the name "Wang-Xa of Colston." is the world's champion Siamese cat. He was given that title ht a Siamese cat show in London, in which cats from all over the world were entered. "King Ben >» as He Appears Today 5 1 ' -kJ*' , ill' M "King" Benjamin Purnell, h was arrested i d of the House of David cult of Benton j ently after a nation-wide search lasting He was charged with criminal assault by former girl mem It w-as alleged that he maintained a harem. King Ben This picture was taken just after he had furnished bond. Hafbor, Mich., three years, bers of the cult. is «9. David! Offert, a deluxe sedan;]in Haugen and Johnson of F roid, a coach; A. 'P. Drapes of Poplar, » setdan; D. D. Bolyadd of Homestead, a deiuxe doadh. deluxe Another Jewish and Irisher I real human drama. "His People." on ' f Chrî * m "* cne -T ^ ^ V- Anniv ^f^ (special. 44-1 Mi-s Isabelle Young, daughter! liof Mr. ahd Mrs. W. L. Young, re urned to her heme in this city Tuesday. Miss Young was re cently graduated from the Wal-) ter Reed hospital in Washington. D. C. Since then she has been visiting in Milwaukee, points in| Indiana and in Granville, N. D. Miss Youmg expects to spend the winter in this city. Mi's. E. B. Styer was on the sick list several days this week. Mrs. Thomas R. Forbes was a I Poplar visiter Tuesday. IBiuy the whole family an Oldts mobile this Christm-s. Camnud Motors. 44-1 A note fnom S. T. Cogswell says: "We arrived here on the 6th in good shape and have Fund a good home at Madison Apart ments, 21st arid Broadway, San Diego, Calif." Anniversary week at the Liber ty, Dec. 23rd to Jan. 3. See the excellent lir.e-up of shows, sipec ially chosen to please you. 44-1 E. W. Lonquist of Minneapolis, representative of the Minnesota Steel and' Machinery Coippany, was in Wolf Point on business Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Mr. Lonquist wes a caller at the Camrud Motor Oo. L. M. Clayton and Tommy Vine idrove to Scbbey Tuesday, Mr. Clayton having business there, jbeeb very ill this week, much better today. Baby Milton Arlo Poor has He is The King radio will tune cut (undesirable stations. Ask about them at the Hamblin Electric Shop 43-2 V. A. Lovell left Thursday for a visit in Minneapolis andi points en route. .-hipmtht cf cattle bcHoriging Ray Mitchell. On his return trip Mr. Lovell will stop in Maiyville, N. D., to visit his mother. Have Davey clean your clothes. 29-tf. He is accompanying a to Attorney and Mrs. H. N. Mar ron and Çose Mary expect to 'cave Saturday to spend* two weeks in other parts of tlhe state. Mr. Marron will plead a case be (bre 1 the state supreme court on iDec. 22. The remainder of the time they are away they will 'be guests of Mrs. Marron's relatives! Great Falls. : "** Joy—Ttoc. 23 niversary special. Pee "M 'daiv.i Behave" and roar Liberty. An 44-1 Annual election of officers— American Legion—next MloncKy night. All ex-service men are urged to attend. Sherman, 8 p 44-1 j Pws-ell Brad-ban i> clerking in the F ' M durin « the holiday rmft.: He e5flpects to ^ end Christmas Arvilla, N. D.. with rekCivea. Sa . m Ross 0 ,f Minot, represent-' in „ a hide firm of th . nt city . was 1 n \y 0 ] f Point on business Tues-i f ; m. Ferrand Peerless sneakers arid King radios at this Hrmblin Electric Shop. and loud 44-1 Remember our battery Ceimrud Motors. Mrs. Joss Sillerud has been on the sick I Ft this week. Connie Sehe nkerlberger is ing great sport catching coyotes) with his hounds. He bagged three! of them on a recent trip. (Corinne Griffi'th, Sundtay-Mon-! day—Liberty. There will be a plenty cf "eats officers flor 1927 at the Ameri can Legion meeting Monday eve at 8 sharp—Sherman. Tuck DelaHunt says The Her-! aid pegged him wrong :n saying he went to Willistbon as a candi-l daitie to the Elk's Initiation. Hej attended as a visiting Elk, and] he« belonged to the order fori many years. An Atwater Kent radio is a Christmas 'present for the who'e family and for the' whole year. Sets from $98 anl up. A real glocd 6-tube set for $127 coimtplete and installed. They are guaranteed. Camrud Motors. service. 444 hav 44-1 stag party, and election of 44-1 44-1 Mrs. David Malt by went to Poplar Sunday, evening to spend few days with her mother and] other relatives. We have a Christmas lighting outfit for your tree. The! Hamblin Electric Shop. tree I 43-2 Fresh Sweet Oranges Fresh Sweet Oranges $3 per) box of three hundred large size.! Boxes larger than standard size. Sound fruit and satisfaction guar an teed or money back. We pay) express charges. A box lof these] makes an Appreciated Christinrras gift. Remit with order. ACME ORANGE FARMS, LaGrange, Texas. ^ ^ SPECIALS FOR CHRISTMAS SHOPPERS 40 4» 45 ♦ 45 45 45 3) For Holiday cheer throughout the year, whose purpo&e is to make ££ 3 your grocery buying easy and satisfactory. The wise shoppers make ■V* their dollars purchase double. We are offering unheard of prices on QUALITY GROCERIES. 3 » Christmas Candy ^ Christmas Mixed Pure Candy, per pound .. > Christmas Mixed Fancy, per pound Christmas Soft Centers, per pound ^ Peanut Brittle, per pound 19c Calif. Walnuts, soft shelled, per pound . Filberts, per pound .... Brazil Nuts, per pound Almonds, per pound .. Peanuts, Jumbo, per pound 15c § 45 45 35c Z 25c p 29 c I 35c 3 15c 20c 25c 45 45 I Apples I Fresh Vegetables 45 Rome Beauties, Wagners, Winesaps and Delicious 45 45 45 45 See our windows for fresh r? let- g vegetables, also celery, 3 tuce, green onions, cucumbers and radishes 45 45 Rates to Schools and Churches 3 WE MAKE SPECIAL RATES ON PAIL CANDY AND NUTS TO 3 SCHOOLS AND CHURCHES 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 Northwest Service Stores 45 45 45 45 SERVICE QUALITY £ 45 45 New Physical Culture Fad Is aBea ■M |i i i iS ; j Ü S lili M î? WmM Ill il il 1 m ÇijS ; II Sergeant Kdward l'iirpenlei i>f the r>el.i«,n,- Siar.. Polir- keeps In physt nil I rim I taking his dn il> dozen with Burner his three year old pet hen* Çç jm ****■ yj Holly Berries <■. and Bright Candles Help r 1 But they do not make Christmas. It takes the spirit of spontaneous good will, the presence of friends and the hearty cheer of the well prepared dinner along with the other joys of the season to make a real Christmas. And a real Christmas is what we wish to all our friends and customers— such a Christmas as will linger long with pleasure in the recesses of memory, to cheer you on through the new' year. I 5*4 ^ »( CAMRUD MOTORS ^ a vii jA pÇ, <55 f ^ Wolf Point, Mont. Phone 34 ED CAMRUD E. GOODWIN LEE CLARENCE LEE O. E. OLSON, Froid, Mont.