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ncement \ ■ On and after May 1st no deliveries will be made of any kind of mer chandise from the stores of W. Merkle Goal Company, Chas. H. Dahl, McConkey Mercantile Go. G. ►. v j mn n Biggest time of the season at the Baseball Dance in the Belt K. P. hail. Saturday night, May 3rd. - C, L. Crane was a visitor in town 3 Bterday from his ranci» on the Little Felt ridge. Mrs. Win. Pilgeram was a visitor at the home of Mrs. Jos. Morris Tuesday. The Embroidery club met with Mrs, % § Clean and Fresh Groceries Hansen's Bacon, per pound...... P. & G. Naptha Soap, 20 Bars for Domestic Sardines, 8 cans for. Goody Goody Peaches, 4 cans for . Farina, 9 pound sack for .. Cream of Wheat, package ........ $0.22 1.00 .25 .95 .65 .A. J2 5 Normandy Voile This is the popular fabric that will be much in demand for spring and summer dresses. Made in a number of exclusive designs and new spring shades. Normandy Voile is printed by a special patented process and the flocking will withstand washing, ironing and dry cleaning. Regular 76c—Sale Price 59c Ratine The dress fabric for good service. In lavender, buff, white, blue and Copenhagen. Regular 60c—Sale Price 48c Silk Hose , . » , Ladies silk hose in all sizes. Color—black only. Regular $1.00—Sale Price 49c V • wp I 1 Hats ALL LADIES* AND CHILDREN'S HATS 19 PER CENT OFF 'i k ■. - C. W. MERKLE COIL COMPANY Otto Polutniik last Wednesday. After an afternoon spent with fancy work a most delicious lunch was served by the hostess, consisting of chicken saled.jfrom hot rolls, pineapple cake with whipped cream, and coffee. AH report a most ' enjoyable occasion. The next meet ing of the club will be with Mrs. Frank j Rush. Miss Eleanor Peters came home from her school on Little Belt to visit her mother on Easter. Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCafferty of Raynesford were visiting relatives in Belt Sunday. _ j Miss Elin Kraftenberg of Arming ton spent Sunday in Great Falls. Mrs. W. P. Pilgeram and Mrs. Cole man of Armington were visiting Mrs. Hockett Sunday. " Mr. and Mrs. Homer Haney of Stockett stopped a few hours in Belt Sunday evening on their way home a trip to Stanford, passed their examinations and will be admitted to citizenship. They were pupils at the Americanization school which has been conducted in Belt for some time. Andrew Kivi of Briggeman coulee was in town Tuesday getting material for spring work. John Florek went back to Havre on Tony Rubino and George Brutofski Tuesday after a few days visit with h '* parents here. _ Mr. Klies, of the firm of Johnsen A K,ies of Great Fall* was visiting Straight and Everson Tuesday. Oscar Junkermeier and family were _attending to business matters in Belt Tuesday. j Joe Sikora and Bill Vendsel have been in the sick squad this week. The Illinois Watch company offered a medal as a prize for the best eas»' on Lincoln written by any Belt pupil. These essays were judged by a com mittee of teachers who awarded the medal to Billie Stuffel. The medal has been on exhibition at Sunder meier's Jewelry store. • ] John Saul and Fred Saul were in town Tuesday. The Ladies of the Altar society will give another of their popular card 1 parties in the parish hall on Wednes day evening, April 30th, Lunch will, be served. Tickets fifty cents.—Adv, j Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Bemis drove out to the Bemis ranch on Monday to seei if the crops were showing through the | ground. Forman Talbott and Roy Ashworth have been using a road scraper and ! wagons to good advantage the past week digging out the gutters mà'. hauling away the refuse. A-Very* 10 * j ticeable improvement has been made i in the business section. Joe Kopriva was in town from Lower Belt on Monday. I John Yurko came out from Great 1 Falls Sunday to spend Easter with his , mother and Pauline. Nels A. Nelson and son Roy were business visitors to Belt Monday. Walfred Sheldon was in Monday on ; business. He says that they are now j able to get into the fields but that stock feeding hat interfered with the other farm work. Johnson and Chas. Weberg have been in the fields for several days. Mrs. J. H. Gillette and daughter Helen made a business trip to Great Falls on Monday. Dr. J. S. Stewart DENTIST , PERMANENTLY LOCATED OVBR STATE BANK BELT ELECTRIC ' SERVICE STATION John Poland, Prop. G Aute Starter -♦ John Daniels and family of Great Falls drove out Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Siegling and fam ily and A. F. Morris were in town on Monday from their homes in Arming ton. "Eb 4 Epperson, old time barber of this locality, visited Hughesville last week and this week made a trip to Utica. W. C. Blomquist and Bert Funk at tended the meeting of the baseball commissioners in Great Falls Satur day. Bert was captured by a reporter and before the pencil pusher got away Bert had filled him full of Belt dope and sent him away with many mis givings as to the fate of the' other teams in the league. The John Dolin ranch home on Arm ington coule« burned last week. The fire came from a defective flue. The loss was partially covered by insur ance. The family of Oscar Samuelson moved last week from the Nels Roman j house to the Browning house on Third Avenue South. The family of C. A. Straight arrived in Belt yesterday to make their home. '-,|| f *************** * ♦ WHEN IN GREAT FALLS + 4 . + ♦ ^ W. H. GEORGE FUNERAL CHAPEL Extra Service Without A d d i t i o n al Charge AMBULANCE SERVICE Day and Night PHONE 4236 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA ü + —Eat at the— + 4 + î Club Cafeteria î ♦ ♦ Get what yon want— + + Pay for what you get £ Splendid Cooks + Everything spotlessly dean + ++++++++++++++♦♦+ ♦ ■ ♦ ♦ ♦ * Dr. J. W. Graybeal =5 PHYSICIAN AND 8UR6B0N First Class X-Ray Equipment ai Hours: 10 to 12, 2 to 4 _ 7 to « BELT. MONTANA Busy to Lundi ton — Short Orders —Ope. TIB U P. ML— fc»---«— A Q-1 w* SUMMONS. In the District Court of the Eighth Judicial District of the State of Mon i tana, in and for the County of Cas . cade. Bertha M. Creek, Plaintiff, James A. Creek, Defendant. The State of Montana Sends Greet ' ing* to the Above Named Defendants, and to Each of Them : You are hereby summoned to an swer the complaint in this action ; which is filed in the office of the Clerk of this Court, a copy of which is here with served upon one of you in each County wherein any of you reside and to file your answer and serve a copy thereof upon the plaintiff's attorney within twenty days after the service of this Summons, exclusive of the day j of service and in case of your failure ! to appear or answer, Judgment will be taken against you, by default, for the relief demanded in the complaint. This action is brought for the pur pose of obtaining a Decree of Divorce from the Defendant on the grounds and for the reason that for more than one year immediately preceding the commencement of this action, the De fendant, although having the ability to do so, has wilfully failed and re fused to provide for this Plaintiff the Ü lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll.il Ss' 1 " " '. . 11 ■' ,T " '' nr '■ n ■ " n "—" " l 'ses SEE US FOR THAT NEW CAR WE HANDLE THE SUPERIOR CHEVROLET LINE zsz 55 SE SS5 SSj 1 ....$997.00 .... 836.00 .... 630.00 626.00 .... 700.00 .... 630.00 6 passenger Sedan. Utility Coupe .. 5 passenger Tôuring . 2 passenger Roadster I Ton Truck Delivery Truck . : S f. o. b. Belt. « WE ALSO HAVE A SNAPPY LINE OF USED CARS AT REASONABLE PRICES Ford Touring Car, good as new Ford Touring Car. Ford Two Door Sedan ..... Hudson Speedster (Terms) Chevrolet 490 .. $350.00 200.00 326.00 750.00 150.00 —Tires and Tubes— If you are in need of new tires this spring come in and get our prices. We have the Fisk and Oldfield products. Both are well and favorably known tires. A STRAIGHT & EVERSON, BELT ■miM äOittiitiitiitiniiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiH « s BARNEY'S 99 ii Billiards, Pod, Smokes, Confectionery, Etc. * CLEAN ELECTRIC CAFE IN CONNECTION \ MODEL SODA FOUNTAIN—Try Oar let Cream Sundaes, Sodas sad Gooes. AB kinds of Egg ' and Malted Milk Drinks. Soda Water frtwf VhmptAtm A. V. BAKKO, Pw p rtetef BELT. MONTANA » 5 TT Fresh Fish , Received Every Week on FRIDAY Yours for Service , CHAS. H. DAHL e AND FRUITS common neceaaarie« of life; all of which more fully appears in the Com plaint on file in this action —■ Witness my hand and the Seal of said Court this 10 th day of April, 1924. ALEX REMNEAS. Clerk. By G. S- LEUCHARS, Deputy Clerk. (1st Pub. April 24—Last pub. May IK) (Court Seal) ♦♦ + ♦•1 + ♦ + * + * + + + + + + * *5- + + + + + + + 4' + + + 4' + + + + ** Business readers bring results. , + ♦ BELT MEAT MARKET ♦ + + A. Velebir, Prop. + + ♦ + Fresh and Cored Meats + ❖ ■> Mont, * * Belt + FOR SALES THAT SUIT -TRY PILGERAM the Auctioneer Armiagto*. Phone 4R3.