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Specials in the
Grocery Line
. 93.60; 49s
$3.60; 49s
$1.90
$1.90
Rex Flour 98s
Sapphire Flour 98«
Daring the coming week The Royal Milling
Co. !»•« authorized ns to give an Electric Hot
Plate for 89c with each purchase of 98 ibe. of
Re* Flour.

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Beet Sugar, 100 lb. bags.
Beet Sugar, 60 lb.s .
Beet Sugar, 26 lbs. . .
Beet Sugar, lbs. for.
Swansdown Cake Flour, pkg.
Post's or Kellogg's Br*/r, pTcg7
Swift's Premium
Yellow Newton Apples, box
(The finest apples we have received this season)
5.26
2.65
1.00
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2.10
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Montan« Lard, 5 pound pail.
Montana Lard. 10 pound pail.
Cream of Wheat, package .
Nash's Coffee, 8 pound can .......
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1.65
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1.50
1 jar Jam free with each purchase worth 50 cents
We have a good «apply of MoWloü»— Give
Yaar Cor a Treat.
6. W. MERKLE GOAL CO.
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GREAT NORTHERN
AN OLD CITIZEN
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The States of Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Montana contain act«
than eight hundred billion feet of standing timber. There were cut from this
timber and shipped over the lines of the Great Northern in the year 1928«
one billion three hundred million feet of lumber, and the»« shipments are in
creasing from year to year.
The Great Northern is one of your oldest citizens. The original ten miles between
St Paul and Minneapolis were built in 1862. This was the first railroad in Minnesota. It
continued to grow and develop new territory as it proceeded until now it serves the
Northwest with over eight thousand miles of road. It brings the whole Northwest as far
as the Pacific Coast to world markets and world markets to the Northwest. It provides
also luxurious, modem passenger train service by which all the world may travel to the
Northwest and the Northwest may travel to all the world.
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The Great Northern is a desirable, dependable, pay-as-you-go citizen.
It paid, ia 1928, to the 35.645 m
$61»27i,922, ia salaries and wages. It paid, la 1928, for materials and a ap p li e s $56,662,
and wanes who were engaged is Its service
850, every dollar of which, m far as practicable, was expended in Great Northern terri
local industry, its taxes for the year 1983 were $9,118^26.
tory ta
It paid, in 1928. to its 8,800 employee in Montana, for salaries and wages $14,307,
500
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The
valuation of its property in Montana is $82,409,198. Its taxe s in Mon
tanafar Ifee year 1928 w*9s $1,787,2*5
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Tbs Great Northern knows that your Interests are bound up with its own. For bet
& is an inseparable port of your co m mu ni t y
not this greet Institution, a worthy citizen in every essentia) relation, merit
patronage because it. is giving you efficient service and loyal coop
»fe,v,k
Louis W. Hin,
B**:,
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of the Board.
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« T.GSK AND BLACK BDTR
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David Back and Herbert Back, Jr.,
spent Sunday at Evana. The Back
family are enjoying a reunion of the
family aa all are hone from school
Mr. and Mrs. J J. Broadhont en
tertained their son, Earl Bvoadhurat
and family of Great Falk, Sunday.
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Mr. and Mrs. Dean of Stockett vis
1 ited here Sunday.
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ReR f e McDo,U,ld and * lr D Sha ;
, were buainew v,«rtors at the Broad
I hun,t home Frid "y
L .W. Nevilla was a business via
I itor in Great Falls Thursday.
Si Mrs. Bessie Neville is quite ill at
the Anthony home.
W. C. Jones had the misfortune to
break his arm between the wrist and
elbow one day last week. The team
he was driving became frightened and
ran away, throwing him out
Mr. and Mrs, Robbins have moved
W. A. Gemmill has been spending
Mr. and Mrs. James Johnson were
Great Falla visitors Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred M. Bartelt were
shopping ip Stockett Thursday.
Marti. N"p*n. I. rtaltin, friend, in
Sankviil«, wSl
MRS. PILGBRAM ENTERTAINS
Mrs, W. P. Pilgersm entartained
the Armington Ladies' Aid and the
Methodist ladies of Belt at her home
in Armington a week ago Wednesday
afternoon. About SO ladies were prits
ent and all report a most enjoyaSte
time.
Frank and Josaphine Hable took
the county exams at Stockett the past
week.
Leslie Cameron spent several days
j at the Boadle ranch last week.
j Mr. Cramer and family moved to
j the Denson ranch the past week. They
' have rented the place for the coming
year.
to the Eakin ranch.
the past two weeks in Great Falls.
There was a dance at the Country
Club Saturday evening and a fine
time waa reported.
Mrs. Nellie Britten returned to her
home In Great Falls Thursday after
spending seveal days here looking af
ter her ranch property.
Wm. Whyte waa a business visitor
in Great Falls Wednesday.
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CONTRACT LET
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big slide at the Shelby Goodman place
j where a detour has been built and
they are waiting for the hill to elide
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down. This was supposed to be solid
! rock but * fwaure has opened high
U P on the hillside which looks as
though ft were a ditch. Tina fissure
ia very deep and it i. expected that
even tualiy the whole hillside will slide
onto the road. After this a grade will
be built over the slide.
Very eoon the contract will be let
for the construction of the road over
the hill from this side of Rice ville to
the Monarch Canyon. This road will
have only a five per cent grade.
Grover Comer of Ulm, Mont,
; awarded a contract by the board of
was
county commissioners for the con
struction of a new grade on the Belt
High wood road which will eliminate a
20 per cent grade and thereby aid the
big farming community in the High
woods. His bid for the work was
$5,276. This grade will go up the Orr
Coulee and connect with the Peterson
hill road. It will be two and three
fourths miles long and will eliminate
the steep and dangerous eastaide
j grade.
A county outfit U on the job getting
j read to put in the eight bridges and
stock passes. Archie Weir is in charge
of the county work and has been out
several times recently. When asked
why the county had wooden culverts
made in Great Falla instead of hearer
the scene of work, he replied that the
county had found it cheaper, that they
had a power saw and could put these
culverts together while outsiders were
getting started.
The City of Belt is repairing the
grade from (he Great Falls road to the
Rocky Mountain elevator and toward
the big mine. The elevator company
is donating $60 for this work. D. W.
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LOCAL NEWS
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B. F. McConkey returned from the
McConkey ranch at Warrick on Mon
day. He reports crops as one month
ahead of last year in that section. He
was accompanied to Gnat Fells by
his son Leon who brought his wife to
die hospital in Great Falls. Last re
ports say that the latter is improving.
Sunday in Belt.
Oshild Thompson and sister left on
Monday for Conrad where they will
make their home with (heir mother
who has been there for some months.
B. F. McConkey went to Great Falls
Wednesday to visit his daughter in
law, Mrs. Leon McConkey, at the hos
pital.
Sara King brought his smaller chil
dren to town to take the geography
examination on Friday.
Fifty-throe boys and girls took the
eighth grade examination In Belt last
week. Ulla promises well for next
year's freshman class.
George Atkinson, son of Charles
Atkinson, and Miss Inez Snook, fresh
in the high school and daughter
k
man
of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Snook, surprised
their friends by going to Great Falls
last Friday and being married by
Justice of the Peace Wilson. Their
many friends wish them all kinds of
good lock and happiness,
Mr .and Mrs. Joa. Morris made a
business trip to Great Falla on Toes
day.
The contract for fanitary work for
the city of Bolt waa let to H. W. Bur
nett on Saturday laut, D. W. Burnett
gave bond in the sum of $500 for the
faithful performance of tfao work.
Hn Prie» Lloyd Edith Lloyd and
Thomas Lloyd were visiting Mr*. T.
W. Noble on Monday evening.
BUY YOUR MEATS AT THE
Cash Meat Market
Cold Meats. Weiners. Bologna
and Ram Bologna 22* je lb.
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Pickled Plfa Feet, lb.. J6e
New Engiaad Special Hk 55c
. t ..$5e
Baked Veal Loaf, lb, ..
DiH Pkklaa,
(Crisp and Tender)
of Good Veal. Pork
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D. COLGAN, PROPRIETOR
Business Readers
Ten Cent» per Une fer each feaertioo
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FOB SALE—Valia Touring ear. See
it at the Pioneer garage. Mn. C.
M. Jennings.
44tf,
FOR SALE—Well bred Poland China
pigs. |3.06 each. Richard A- Maki.
Willow Creek.
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WANTED TO RENT—Furnished or
partly furnished house. Prefer five
rooms. B. F. Bales at Times office.
FOR SALE—FORD TRUCK in good
condition. Apply at Jas. Brodle A
Son mine, Belt
50
FOB SALE—Cheap if taken at once.
Vacuum sweeper, two-tub wringer
bench, heater. Mrs. Alfred John
son, Belt.
FOE SALE — Registered Shorthorn
Bull, two years old. Hans John
son, Belt, Mont.
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NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
Act of June 1L 1906. List No. 1-3047.
(Non-coal)
Department of the Interior, U. S
Land Office at Groat Falls, Montana,
May 18. 1924.
NOTICE is hereby given that Cecil
Sargent Woods, of Geyser, Montana,
who, on March 28, 1919, made Home
stead Entry, Serial No. 060693, for a
tract of land within Secs. 29 A 82, T.
16 N., R. 10 E., PMM, in area 76.81
acres described by metes and bounds
as follower Beginning at Corner No.
1, which bears due West 5.78 chains
from South quarter corner of Sec. 20;
thence N. 83 deg. 44 min. E.. 8.41 chs
to Corner No. 2; thence N. 8 deg. 46
min. W., 37.27 cha to Corner No. 8;
theneeN. 89 deg. 87 min. E., 21.08 chs.
to Corner No. 4; thence S. 4 deg. 04
min. W., 89.96 chs. to Corner No. 6;
thence S. 4 deg. .04 min. W., 2.29 chs.
to Corner No. 6; thence S. 71 deg. 88
min. W., 21.47 chs. to Corner No. 7;
thence N. 88 deg. 44 min. E., 10.91
chs. to Comer No. 1, the place of be
ginning, has filed notice of intention
to make final three year Proof, to es
tablish claim to the land above de
scribed, before Register, ü. S. Land
Office, at Great Falla, Montana, on
the 18th day of July. 1924.
Claimant names as witnesses:
John H. Skelton. John Pelto, Wil
liam Lawlis, Mrs- John Pelto, all of
Geyser, Montana.
W. E. BENNETT.
Register.
First Pub. May 22—Last Pub. June 19
Howard Q.
BENNET
ATTORNEY AT LAW
•17-818 First National Bank
Gnat Fails.
SETTLEMENT OF ESTATES
GENERAL PRACTICE
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Billiards, Pool, Smokss, Gonfsettonety,
CLEAN ELECTRIC CAFE Of CONNECTION
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MODEL SODA FOUNTAIN—T*y Oar lea Cream
3 undoes. Sodas *****
AH kinds of Egg
and Malted MÛk Drinks. Sod* Watsr
and

BELT, MONTANA
A. V. BAKKO,
Paint for All Purposes at Dahls
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about our Assortments o ( HIGH GRADE
Materials Now is the TIME
is the PLACE to buy your PAINTS. Sow* the Sur
face and you save all besides it you bay your paints at
DAHL'S you not only save the surface and aB, but
maybe dollars aa weS. Prime named are for gallon cans
with tinter tube free.
Interior Washable does Base, per gal - $8.40
Interior Washable Glove Pure Whit», pet gal .$8.85
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91 M
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Exterior hose for any shade, per gal
floor iüBÉa. Popular Osler», % mà «æ
Auto and Buggy Faints, H gal
Tmtersneo (Satoonriee) 5 pound package
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It takes something more than
garden sass" to make a correct
ly well-balanced meal—and Good
Wholesome Bread is one of the
main essentials.
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be sure of the Best Bread— bat
you will also be sure of the Beat
Value for your money.
Belt Farmers Mill
& Elevator Co.
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FOB SALES THAT SUIT
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PILGERAM the Auctioneer
Anaiagtep. •> Phooo 4RZ.

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