BELT VALLEY TIMES
8. A. Raaainftoa, Editor
8 a Ymt ta Advuos
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PUBLISHED EACH THURSDAY AT BELT, MONT., BY 8. A. REMINGTON
THE SOLDIER BONUS.
Prom Washington comes a howl that, the bonus bill having
been passed because few legislators dared vote against it on the
we of election, there can be no reduction in taxation which reduc
tion big business demands.
The 26 per cent reduction asked for by President Coolidge can
not be granted this year. The general trend of all dispatches from
Washington is one of hostility to the bonus. The administration
and the bureaucrats of Washington seem to have lost sight of the
fact that we owe anything to the veterans.
When the boys weite urged to volunteer nothing in the future
too good to promise them. When they returned from fight
ing the nation would greet them with open arms and would vie
with each other in giving them honor, emoluments and positions
In reality they returned to a people in whom the fever of war
had died out and who were intent either on holding war profits or
recouping war losses, there were only these two classes.
The positions gladly surrendered by volunteers and drafted
men had been filled by girls and when the boys returned there
were no jobs open for them.
A few hearty receptions for the first to return, a few half
hearted receptions for a second contingent, and a shame-faced
"how-do-you-do, I'm in an awful hurry," for the rest.
The bonus law has been enacted. It means heavy taxation
for some years unless an immense amount of graft and waste shall
be cut out of national expenditures.
As we have said before, the Republican elephant had been
kept from the national feed-trough for eight long years and was
woefully hungry. When opportunity offered the elephant gorged
himself not only with what was due him, but on forbidden fields.
He was so busy in stuffing his own hide that he was compelled to
> overlook the rest of the managerie who were trespassing.
If the nation, this fall, cleans house and shows by its ballots
that it expects honesty in politics, the problem of financing the
bonus will have been solved.
IS OPEN FOR BUSINESS.
Acetylene Welding and all kinds of repair work done.
NEW IRON WORK—WAGON WORK
Have worked at this trade for seven years.
Come and see me at Fife.
Severn! ears carrying * Walter Hill,
J. A. Light James Brodle, Lester
Brodie, Albert Coleman, Wm. Vend
ant, Carl Simonis, Lawrence Fanner,
C. C. White, C. W. May and B. F.
Bales went to Great Falls last night.
The occasion was a general good time
ALL MAKES OF CARS REPAIRED at the
Ford Garage, although Fords are our Specialty.
7 "*■ •
OUR SHOP IS EXCEPTIONALLY WELL
equipped for Repair Work with Lathe, Welding
Outfit, and Press for removing gears and sleeves
WE HAVE A FIRST-CLASS MECHANIC,
tprient to handle ail Repair Work.
N. H. Browning. Prop.
and banquet given by fte Odd Fellows
lodge of Great Falls for all ôdd Fel
lows in this jurisdiction. The work
the first and second degree was ex
emplified. The men who attended re
turned in the early morning hours
having enjoyed the entertainment
Frank Kolar and family of
ford wer« «hoppln« in Belt an Taaa
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior, U. 8.
Land Office at Great Falla, Montana,
April 80, 1924. r
NOTICE is hereby given that Am
broa* V. Cheney, of Stanford, Mon
tana, who, on September 28, 1910,
mad* Additional Homestead Entry,
Serial No. 060888, for E^8Eh^ t Bee.
28; EttNEtt, Section 88, Township
16 N., Range 10 E., P. M. M. Meridian,
has filed notice of intention to make
three year Proof, to establish claim
to the land above described, before
W. 8. Hawk. U. 8. Commissioner, at
his office at Stanford, Montana, on
the 16th day of June, 1924.
Claimant names as witnesses:
William I. Hughes, Thomas J. Mc
Giffin, Melvin L. Cheney, Perry West
fall, all of Stanford, Montana.
W. E. BENNETT,
(First Pub. May 8—last pub. June 6)
SUMMONS NO. 18188.
In the District Court of the Eighth
Judicial District of the State of Mon
tana, in and for the County of Cas
Grace Logsdon, Plaintiff,
Frank M. Logsdon, Defendant.
THE STATE OF MONTANA Sends
Greetings to the Above Named De
fendants, and to Each of Them;
swer the complaint in 'this action
which is filed in the office of the
Clerk of this Court, a copy of which
i« herewith served upon one of yon in
each County wherein any of you re
side and to file your answer and serve
a copy thereof upon the plaintiffs at
torney within twenty days after the
service of this Summons, exclusive of
the day of service and in case of your
failure to- appear or answer, Judgment
will be taken against you, by default,
The within action was brought
against you by the Plaintiff for the
purpose of obtaining a decree of di
vorce upon the grounds of Non-Sup
port and Desertion, she claiming
hev complaint filed herein, that yo«
deserted her on or about the 6ft da?
of March, 1919, and that you bave nojb
supported her for a period of more
than one year immediately previous
to fte time of fte filing'of her com
Witness my hand and the Seal of
said Court this 14th day of May. 1924.
By F. W. STRATTON,
F. A. EWALD, Attorney at Law,
Great Falls, Montana.
First Pub. May 22—Last Pub. June 12
In the District Court of the Eighth
Judicial District of fte State of Mon
tana, in and for the Counts of Cas
v :i V~
Jessie L. Fullerton, Plaintiff,
Russel J. Fullerton, Defendant.
THE STATE OP MONTANA Sends
Greetings to the Above Named De
You are hereby summoned to an
swer fte 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 you iç the County
wherein you reside and'to file your
answer and serve a copy thereof upon
days after the service of this Sum
mons, exclusive of the day 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 to obtain a
Decree of Divoroe dissolving the bonds
of matrimony existing between plain
tiff and defendant on fte ground of
wilful desertion and wilful neglect,
the complaint alleging that defendant
for more than one year preceding the
filing of said complaint has utterly
failed to provide for plaintiff the com
mon necessaries of life because of his
idleness, profligacy and dissipation,
and that defendant on or about Janu
ary 16ft, 1928, wilfully and without
cause deserted and abandoned plain
tiff and still continues to so desert
and abandon plaintiff and to live sep
arate and apart from her without any
cause, reason or excuse and against
her will and without her consent, also
to obtain fte custody of Howard R.
Fullerton, minor issue of said marri
and general relief
Witness my hand and the Seal of
•aid Court this 9th day of May, 1924 .
By G. S. LEUCHARS,
J A McDONOUGR. 88-4t Stanton
Bank Bldg., Great Falls. Montana,
Attorney for plaintiff.
First Pub. May 22- -Laut Pub. Jun* |f
NOTICK 09 APPLICATION POS
UNITED STATUS PATENT.
Surrey N«. 1947«
U. S. Land Office, Helena. Mon
tana, April 28, 1924.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
in pursuance of an Act of Congres«
approved May 10, 1872, E. g. Paine,
whose Post Office address I« Brook
line. Massachusetts, and George Hale
Brabrook, whose Post Office address
is Neihart, Montana, have made ap
plication for patent for 854 feet on the
Condor lode, 1600 feet on the Granite
Hill Lode, 1600 feet on the Granite
Hill Number Two Lode, and 1600 feet
on the Pharaoh Lode, bearing gold,
silver and other minerals, the same
being 10 feet in a southerly direction
and 844 feet in a northerly direction
on the Condor Lode, 180 feet
southerly direction and 1820 feet in
northerly direction on ft* Granite
Hill Lode, 10 feet in a southerly di
rection and 1490 feet in a northerly
direction on the Granite Hill Number
Two Lode, and 686 feet in a southerly
direction and 805 feet in a northerly
direction on the Pharaoh Lode, from
the respective discoveries thereon with
the surface ground 600 feet in width
on each of the said lodes, all situated
in the Neihart (unorganised) Mining
District, Cascade County, Montana,
and described by the official plat and
by the field notes on file in the office
of the Register of the U. 8. Land Of
fice, Helena, Montana, as follows: „
Condor Lode: Beginning at Cor No
1, whence U. 8. L. M. No 3692 in un
surveyed T 14 N, R 8 E M. M., bears
8 78 deg 20 min 6 sec W 6240.99 feet;
Thence N 6 deg 68 min W, 864 feet
to Cor No 2; Thence N 88 deg 4 min
E 600 feet to Cor No 3; Thence 8 6
deg 66 min E 864 feet to Cor No 4;
Thence S 83 deg 4 min W, 600 feet to
Cor No 1, the place of beginning, con
taining an area of 10.894 acres, exclu
sive of area in conflict with East
Granite Lode, unsorveyed, H. Lowndes
Granite Hill Lode; Beginning at
Cor No L whence U. 8. L. M. No 3692
in unsurveyed T 14 N, R 8 E, M. M.
bears S 77 deg 43 min 27 sec W,
4643.32 feet; Thence N 88 deg 4 min:
E 600 feet to Cor No 2; Thence 8 6
deg 66 min E 1600 feet to Cor No 8;
Thence S 83 deg 4 min W 600 feet to
Cor No 4; Thence N 6 deg 66 min W
1600 feet to Cor No 1, the place of be
ginning, containing an area of 20.661
Granite Hill Number Two Lode:
Beginning at Cor No 1, whence U. 8.
L. M. No 3692 in unsurveyed T 14 N,
R 8 E. M. M. bears 8 77 deg 48 min
27 sec W, 4643.83 feet; Thence N (
deg 66 min W, 1600 feet to Cor No 2;
Thence N 83 deg 4 min E 600 feet to
Cor No 3; Thence 8 6 deg 66 min E
1600 feet to Cor No 4; Thence 8 88
deg 4 min W 600 feet bo Cor No 1, the
place of beginning, containing an area
of 16.605 acres, exclusive of area in
conflict with East Granite Lode, un
Pharaoh Lode: Beginning at Cor
No L whence U. S. L. M. No 3692 in
unsurveyed T 14 N, R 8 E, M. M.
bears 8 78 deg 20 min 6 sec W, 6240.99
feet; Thence N 88 deg 4 min E 600
feet to Cor No 2; Thence 8 6 deg 68
min E 1600 feet to Cor No 8; Thence
S 88 deg 4 min W 600 feet to Cor No
4; Thence N 6 deg 56 min W 1660 feet
to Cor No 1. the place of beginning,
containing an area of 20-661 acres,
upon which claim a plat and a copy
of this notice were posted April 22,
The adjoining claim as shown by
the plat of this survey is the East
Granite Lode, unsurveyed, H- Lowndes _
Any and alt persons claiming ad
versely any portion of the said Con
dor, Granite HOI, Granite Hill Num
ber Two, or Pharaoh lodes or surface,
grounds are required to fil« their ad
verse claims with the Register of the
U. 8. Land Office at Helena, Mon
tana» during the sixty day period of
publication hereof, or they will be
barred by virtue of the provisions of ;
the statute. .
P. A. MOTZ, -
(Pirat Pub May 1—Last Pub July 8)
DR A. M. MACAÜLEY
714-716 First Nat Bank Bldg.
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Fresh and Cured Meats
W. H. GEORGE
Extra Service Without
A d d 11 i o n al Charge
Day and Night
GREAT FALLS, MONTANA
Rooms |UI ap
First Claas Cris on Main Floor
Business readers bring results.
Lunches — Short Orders
—Open TUI 12 P. M.—
Chinese Noodles A Specialty
BuyYour Cones at
Pythian Billard Parlor
KAMPSCHNEIDER A MAA, Props.
BANG!!! ANOTHER BLOWOUT-
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Great Falls Vulcanizing Co.
is located at Number 9, Sixth Street South. Great Falls, S
and will fix it like new or will sell you tubes and casings £
at prices that will appeal.
REMEMBER OUR PARKING SPACE!
aiimii i ii—mmi
The Pioneer Garage
, Henry Ätowovy, I^rop.
Only the Best of Oil and Gasoline for Sale
Emergency repair work a specialty. We have a compe
tent mechanic and our work is guaranteed.
OVERLAND CARS FOR'SALE
— SHIP US YOUE—
We Pay Highest
Great Falla, Mont.
Send Tnt Broken Glasses
to Me for Repairing
The Man Who Grinds Tour
Lenses While You Wait
Stanton Bank Building
Great Falb, Montana
GREAT FALLS STAGE
Leaves Belt at 9:30 A. M.
Leave« Lapeyre Drug Store
at 4:80 P. M.
Comfortable, Warm Car
ROTCH McSHANE. Driver
Business readers bring résulta.
PRACTICE real shoe thrift
by having your shoes repaired.
When we repair shoes they not
only give you a far greater de
gree of service, but the comfort
they give is preserved.
We use only fte very best
grades of leather and rubber
heels in repairing iben'a, wom
en's and children's shoes. Our
charges are very reasonable.
We can double fte life of your
shoe*« Don't throw away a pair
of shoes until we have passed
judgment upon them.
We can repair shoes while you
wait but we prefer to have more
time in order that we may give
you better workmanship.
HAVE 'EM REPAIRED.
Belt Shoe Shop
LOUIS MITCHELL, PROP.
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