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FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 1926 THE HARDIN TRIBUNE -HERALD PAGE SEVEN 4 - WATCHES, JE 3 AND CLASSIC.; REPAIRED THIS IS ONLY A REMINDER TO THAT THIS IS A GOOD TIME TO HAVE YOU KNOW UR WATCH PUT IN GOOD ORDER. YOU CAN Bk., - ruER SPARE IT , THLS-TIME, AND ..WE HAVE -MORE, TIME TO DO THE WORK. FIRST-CLASS WORK GUARANTEED. We carry Birthday cards. Whose birthday comes soon?, Strand's Jewelery HARDIN, Store MONTANA BORN -1n Hardiu, Big Horn county, Montana, on tiunday, January 18, 1925, to Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Wolcott, a son: Mrs : L. H. Labhitt an daughters, Constance and returned Monday fro poli.• here, for the p ye been visi lives. FOR I SALE—Four-room house; Weed NeVi141, : 7 / Inquire E., Tribune-Her- 4-th I here was no sess.ol of hit distiict court at Hardin yestei- day. One of the judges will be here Thursday, Feb. 5. Word has been received by Mrs. L. F. Colberg of the death at - Tampico, Ill., of her- fathe-r; E. E. Remintion.. • All Ladies' Ready-to-wear at drastic cuts to close Ping's. last Saturday B. J. Kleinhes- selink departed for his old home in Wisconsin to be present at a celebration of the golden wed- ding anniversary -of -his -parents. A joint installation of officers of Hardin Lodge No. 93, 1,0.0. F., and Alpha R:bekah Lcidg2 No. 96, will be held at the lodge room in the city hall next Mon- day e ing, Jartuary 26. G. A. , district deputy grand inasler, will act as installing ulcer for the Odd Fellows. ussamastiniassanat Philip Birdhat of Pryor was a Thursday visitor at Ilardin. Bennieltehins-11 r a. Z. A. n ewel. S7 Foo,be of Helzia, was a Thursday arrival in the city.. Claude Wham of Wyola Mon- dayed in the county seat. A Tuesday -Wednesday visitor to Hardin and Big Horn county was Sam McDowell of Billings Hardin Drug Co., A. M. Hic Preeortption Druggist, Sullivan Block._ 21-tf Wm. Jones was - down from the ranch at Benteen Monday on business. Charles McGarrity of St. Xav- ier was a Wednesday business visitor at Hardin. Father Jos. C. Cardon, of St. Xavier, was a Monday visit here. MARCEL—Phone 50 for ip- paIntineat.---mornings. IIPLJ Miss Fl or ence Switzer, a - Gel die Tiruasell. trained nurse, left Saturday for M, B. Gray, of Billings, is reg- istered at the Becker, while selling nursery stock in the Har- din territory. August Starena, deputy post- master at Wyola, was here the fore part of the week visiting his sister, Mrs. Reuben Elarth. A. M. Stevenson. once again P. M. at Lodge Grass, .was greeting his many friends here Thursday. Oats, corn chop, bran and shorts, also 1:irby coal. the Johnson Sheep Company, John Fillayson, foreman .of DENIO ELEVATOR. was a Thursday evening passen- ge.r for . Billings. moving smoo_thly and that there E. II. Preuett, of Maschetaii, is every indication that th a was a Sunday visitor in our midst. Carl W. dross, a prominent rancher and 'stockman from the Wyola country, Mondayed at the county seat. FOR sAf4r.---New, -- Ford Frost- proof radiator at a barga'ai, --L 0. BURDICK, Hardin. 3-tp. Win. V. Johnscin, of Kirby, ha,\ heen . _here the past week • looking after his sheep that are being wintered near Hardin. P. 11. Larson,, of Sheridan, a representative of the Lininger _Implement Company, is busi- nessing in this territory this .week. Hobson Brothers, from Mas- chetah, are putting in most of their time in town, gathering and shipping pOrkers to the Omaha market. Miss Barbara Felton of St. Xavier, was here Shaday taking the train for North Dakota to visit relatives she has not seen for eleven years. FOR SALE—One 0. 1.C., boar pig, weight i25; pedigree fur - birthed, $15. —E. II. Dygert, Toluca, Monk 28-2bp-pd. R. S. Booth and John M. Bresheair, o f Sheridan, rep- resenting the Singer sewing machine company, are quartered at the Savoy and showing machines to our good house- wives. • The proverbial January than has prevailed most of this and the SHOW has almo t dis- appeared, leaving in i stead oodles of mud and water. Sev- eral muskrats have followed the rivulets from the melting snows from the river into the streets of Hardin, where they have been heckled by dogs and boys. All Ladies' dresses at close oda prices, at Ping's. W. T. Ben Co s t, the Lodge Grass merchant, a ompanie I by his son, Orrin, mokired to Her - tin and IFIPOnfn Sunday. Big Timber, whither she was called by the health department to examine the school children. From there she goes to Helena to consult Dr. Bradley of the state board Of health. . Miss Switzer is the youngest daught er Mr. 'and Mrs. T. B. Switzer of t h e Lammers apartment house. Hon. Fred E. Gordon, B i g Horn county's representative in the lower house sec the state legislature, came down fro - Helena Friday evening and - re- mained over till Sunday even- ing with* Mrs. Gordon. - He re- ports the legislative wheels present body of solons will be a constructive one. James Carpenter, president of the Crow Indian councils, resid- ing at Lodge 'Grass, was here Thursday to meet the trustees of - the - Hardin -- Chamber of fIcn . n- merce, .relative to financing a delegation 'to Washington. tty, lea- th la - The K. Club of gs 1o1, after the basket /A the home of her daughter, t e between Mule - An ,-- Ha In last Friday night, were Drug Co. - • are enjoying their visit wi entertained by the J. 0. U. Club \We bought a sack of Roy' the folks immensely after an McKit trick's -home-made saus- age last week and when he came in with some more'Thurs- day we 'grabbed off' Three sax— some chow, I'll tell the world,\ says one of the force. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Kamp drove in f r om their Iron Springs ranch Monday evening for a few days of visiting and attending to business -matters. They remained over Wednesday to attend the funeral of little William Hoerr, winch was held Wednesday afternoon. . A term of, school was opened at Toluca' 'last Monday , . with make this their home for some. Mrs. Fletcher of Hardin - as time to come. Jane and Georgia teacher. The ' children of this both enrolling in the eighth school had been motoring each grade and Jessie and Joe en- tering the freshman .class in Hardin Hi. ' Andrew Miller returned Wed- nesday from a five -weeks' visit with his Mother, brother and two sisters, residing at Spring- ville, near Buffalo, New York. -Ails, Lfirsl, visit to the,of _Hardin, the doctor -found -11, old home in ten years. He states live fly near a prairie dog hole, that the weather was cold and Saturday, Jan. 17, and two prai- stormy all the while he . was rie dogs were out sunning them there and that there was up- selves.° wards of two feet of snow 0 1 1 -.Jack J. Ilarri,gan, employed at' 1 l -.---It is th-e--moste - severe_ 19144 Blirli44gto.11 rutijall 1101 I St , in winter in that section, in years. Sheridan, Wyo.. and Miss Eva high ball • After a month's vacation at B II in g s and Hunter a H 01 SPring, Mr. and Mrs. G.. A. Path- tison rettnrned Monday, and the following. day' reopened the Savoy cafe and it is now doing business its of yore. Mrs. Anna Ilawver arrived Saturday morning from Aber- deen, S. D., and will spend the remainder of the winter here The editor of this newspaper is in receipt of a• letter from W. M. Gentry of, . ç4aw.A . • . w h 0, with 'Mrs. Gentry aud children, ha been spending the William 8 ml th and Miss I Emma, Haislett were married at the licime of 8o1 Miller, in Har-- din, - Saturday evening, January 17, at six o'clock. The groom is winter with tvlatives at. Beaver the son .of W. It. Smith and the Greek, Nurth Carolina. They bride is the daughter of B. W. I are now _visiting the old home Haislett, both residents of Big, a t Independence, V i rgini a, Horn comity. The young people where they have ordered the will make their home on a ranch paper sent them the next three in the Big Horn valley, about , rth of Hardin. Those Bi of Hardin until a late hour. The local club were promised recip- rocal -entertainment when in Stanley A. Yergey has re- ceived his commission as post - mass at Hardin and is now toiling onto the ropes by as- sisiTng Postmaster. Carl Bowman and his assistants in • distrib- uting the mail. He expects to take charge of the office Feb- ruary 1. Mrs. -W.% H. Spear and . chil- dren of Sheridan, Wyo., have joined \Doe\ at the Eagle Springs headquarters .and Will Ladies' hats at one half price at .Ping's. Henry Schissler, Jr., and Miss Martha Giesick, both .of Park City; were married Monday morning in the office 'of the Tribune -Herald b y Robert A. Vickers, justice of 'the peace, Carl Rankin, - county clerk and recorder, and John Mohland, an uncle of the groom, witnessing the. ceremony. After a brief honeymoon at the home of their uncle they will make their home at Park City. - Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Maus have the sympathy of the community in the loss at 4:30 a. m., last Friday, January 16, of their in- fant son, Robert Criss Maus, one of the twin sons born to them Jan. 10. The little one was laid to rest in - the Hardin cemetery Saturday, Heir. .1. A. Meeke, pastor of the M. E. church, conducting the funeral services. On Tuesday of last week the U. S. senate: confirmed the ap- pointment of Albert M. Steven- son as postmaster at Lodge Grass. The .position is not a new one to Mr. Stevenson, he having been - for upwards of 20 years prior to a few years ago, postmaster at the thriving town f Lodge Grass Creek and the Little Horn river. Sunshine Ito - creation Florida Slip away from January to Florida, C u b a, Texas or the Gulf Coast, where June tem- peratures l i p vite you to out- door play beneath t h e palms. Attractive Winter Fares Go one route and return another, stopping off where you wish Wong the way. Comfortable, modern, reliable BUR- LINGTON trains make convenient connections at Chicago, St. Louis, Kansas City and Denver with best through trains via all routes South. Let me help you plan your winter trip. Burlington Route J. E. McCARTHY, Ticket Agent day to Hardin, but owing to the severe weather and con- siderable di .s trance -13 miles, this became impracticable. Dr. W. A. Russell - says that spring -is not.far T ,--distant...Wil out. hunting rabbits On the Sar- py - road, about five -miles east Richaeds, a• popular young lady of that city, quietly s'ole away from their, homes last Saturday evening, came to Hardin on Bur- lington passenger No. 41, due here at 7:31, called at the office of - Clerk 01 Caurt Geo. -if. Mil- ler and procured a license to wed, and a fen- thinutes later, in the presenee of T. R. McCar- thy and L. S. Dornherger, were married by Justice .of the Peace Robert A. Vickers. and returned to Sheridan the following day. absence of fifteen years. 'they expect to return home the latter part of February. prese it a t ic We(1 mg were Mrs. Sol Miller, Miss Viola Miller and Ed Morton, R. E. Al- bright, Congregational minister, officiating. FIFTEENTH ANNUAL FIREMEN'S BALL BY THE HARDIN FIRE DEPT. SAINT VALENTINE'S NIGHT SATURDAY FEB. 9 14 '25 AT THE CITY HALL 4•1011•10•0 MUSIC BY SWINDLE'S ORCHESTRA TICKETS $1.00 0 0 0 0 014 000 00 40 4. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1325 At the n H Hackney ranch, 17 miles north of Hardin, two miles north et Fostei. and 13 miles south of Custer, the following described property, to -wit: 1 span bay geldings, 7 yrs., weight 3103 I span grey geldings, 7 & 8 yrs., 3300 lbs. 1 brown gelding, 8 yrs., wt. 1800 1 geey-mare.-1. yrs., weight 1700 1 span bio_wn mares, 5 tk 6,. Yrs. wt. ..?.00 I black mare, 5 yrs., wt. 1500 1 span mares, 6 & 8 yrs. wt. 2900 1 span black geldings, 7 & 9 yrs. wt. 3250 1 span bay geldings, 6 & 9 yrs.. wt 3000 2 saddle horses, 5 & 7 s - rs., nt. 1100 each 1 yearling colt These horses are all well broke and gentle 10 head of Cattle ctmEisting.. t: cows, calves and two 2-yr.-cid steees,' a!so 8 head high-grade dairy cows, one pure- bred IIcrford bull, age 18 ..ionpts 1 good stock saddle I set heavy work harneFs, neatly ne 1 good set work harness -- 1 John Deere stag plow 1 John Deere high lift .plow 1 Oliver sulky plow 1 disc cultivator 1 7 -foot Rock Island disc 1 Superior drill, 10 -foot, with grass seeder attachment 1 walking plow Other articles too numerous FREE LUNCH AT NOON to mention. Come and eat a real, good dinner. Plenty of pork and beans for all. Come and brirez someone with you. Lunch served at 11 O'CLOCK SHARP TERMS OF SALE: All sums of $25.00 and under, cash; over that amount eight months' time will be given on bankable paper. Two per discount for cash. J. D. CLINE, Owner COL. J. H. RANSIER, Auct. F. M. LIPP, Clerk II