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Belt Valley times. [volume] (Armington, Mont.) 1894-1977, July 24, 1924, Image 1

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a broiling
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French rival, Henri Cochet, 6-4, 6-4,
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mt the women'«
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while
ter will seek the
Brugnon
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af Bn «atato. bat date, a«
Ndhare bask, of which he
bead, an $79,864.08
of real watet«.
to
it aa
la the
to the
and
held an ««divided one-half totereat in
the
at 618400.
era' report ia
«feere» r», the SU
ver Dyke Mining company, valued at
810,160.
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Many «bowers this week have
good shape. Been tboae with
»«• amiling
Mr. and Mrs. J. J.
B
«Bd w
af aad an
Mr. end
I R,
Jr., at Eayneefond, In
I, were visiting
aad Tuesday on their
from a «reek's visit on toe
Hr. and Mrs. Fred Bertek viated
FaHa
■ . to Grout Falla
«rfth a toad of veal Ha i%
L. W. MevUSa
flno
L. W. MevUla aa4 fh
i. H to
that Mr.
ÂÏO _
rated by Mr. Take
the
Mr*.
day aad
Bertolt
Martin, Jr, are
•t
at Logging Creak
afi Report
Mr. Terrill
to Omet Falla
the
tea
Greek.
Mr.
at
'.
^ toe
todtag and .
Sdbjol wffl I
hate the first
Mm. Btmrtz will be toe
«r»
visited tha Kevins'
. Mm. Nevllls ia *tm
a«Ni A
At n
PVteV m n
■MM
If;
at 4
a
F
at A: 18 p. w. at the
«1 4 o'clock will be especial
to tin
to i
fe«y
nii
Fetoer Flanagan'« Boy«'
Omaha waa
* ate
fin too made of all
toy» «ad
» to that «.
ly 8406 bey» <
haa cared tar
ery race, or
It to
tog. «ad to
of Omaha aa
with tee tm
a
no
lipyi mAi »
ahow. go early and pick oat a |
uut
The feBowing I» their re
ACT L—-MINSTREL SHOW
m
■arate : \ià
■ î
" •'Yoa're
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I m
OUO
Prologue "Le»t We Forget*
Mistaken
^
-AffT il Bdflf>
DOgto te toaM
X
Leave
All Gear Jtethto* At AB *
1^ ^- 111111 '
a
Star
Harry T.
Morning worship at W o'clock. Sor
mo ® ^ toe
aarvfaa at t o'clock. Ser
fey District
i tendant Bev.
P'oerth Quarterly Cm
ME. «very
"L'
of the
in
to be
at 16
ut S
at 7 o'clock. W«
wlH have
.tiu,
-Sr
regular
Bilde in
to
the life of the
only a month until
will meet at
A
to be
hi
bar
work, and
to de your part.
Tbia ia to. beautiful way to think
of toe Lord's Day. It ia tha shadow
•* Christ ea tha hot highway Af time
alter from
L In pro
rtt of it ta
sted Lord'«
;
I
iftaa
= *
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oo Bn
tend treck.*
II
the
«F
mead
«Fi
cafe
■s
tto
187 feet at the to
aa well aa I
•ter, is
■m
and
A
Lowry,
a foot
m end Thtotod, all of
******
d.
to
» Bm only
on the
to to
ad
a
. tog bk*
«« runner, «Ü in
Held» ««»da it«
h
port bar
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;h»
high
«nd of the state, win be
w_»i__ _ »
am **
chmaptou at
I wm
total
to*
a*
VWiCXi w® ISrPK
Draw, a teat back and ha
HU I, it.
ton wll
ner e#
T
FOB
ADVANCED
I Cento Par Bw I
'harped Wh« Crow
wm
Be
' w
The
this tell
toe
fey the faner, ac
to
at the
of tha
■ r-'
at the office
of
A, H. Averili Machinery
to Great FaHa.
The
scale will prevail
la Teton aad Fergus
of the
to
fite
to the Great Falls
4
w*
1-2
by the
r* II
to
a
ft# test
for the
to
mro
HANOI
' BY A RUNAWAY TRAM
A giri six y*
a
*»i î»
WMh of
«dar Bayi
«4 b
Wm of an
ftjf a lb* »> -Mi mi. la'wffci iA ii n
wwlw 5Ä«**rirKWTidl, «
of ftoftol by BUto* mâm
to« wagon, broke his Ilf aad MR
of
to
he «te
at li
8*»
b«»y
day
he
to *
l«r tha children, Malta
coal. The
to rail away. Tha
off tha
tag over
At
n drove ihre« m
ranch to get help for
injured man.
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r wtto toe «
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B.
*d will bo
fto
to sight I
of
side of the
mi the heed of St. Mary'« lake, ena
tho-Son chalet, to tha ehalet.
first, and the
known at the St Cennot dhdaton. It
I« located in the McDonald «reek val
Avalanche creek to Logan creek, »
bid baa been se
Ml Bm
eepted and the first section of the
project is to be completed by July 80,
1688. Construction on the
of toe range to to be fiwtoh « d by
1.
The contractor ia required to give
bonds to the
at the contract. Specification« call
by clearing
, grading and «Hi
surfacing The rood of travel is to
be fro« 16 to 80 feet
of
Tha
bid Ths contract «B» ter toe
of
bridge»
to 86 teet. Both typas of
WlH
that there will
eot road on toe
The
of Lake
te
ids to
prior to July 1. ft a
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