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Belt Valley times. [volume] (Armington, Mont.) 1894-1977, December 11, 1924, Image 2

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Ai* «w*oi«t*oii u r«t.
<ed>. (Mtaan Mo. 6t ta tta ordte
«natta» this Special Sidewalk
Oarfc Fond and tat ttrie
a espy of the warranta te be
appear ta he ta> conflict writh Seetiea
the following; "The holder of this
ef
for the
to defray
warrant is issu ed, bat Us remedy In
«ass of a s a p ayai ent shall he con
90
I cannot find ths eon tract that the
City had with the ee n tr a eteii (Hw
Two Miracle Company), hot I hare
found s c#r bf the Specifications
up to each contract, the spec
ificatlons. taring been adopted by the
council on December 14th, 1919. These
specifications weald naturally be «
part of the final contract, at lasst by
in the specifications, on
7, I find this provision : "It Is
understood that the City of
does not assume any liability
t of said Special Side
Bar the pai
walk and Curb Fund Warrant, but
-agrees to exerctss diligence in col
lectin » the aedesements hereinafter
to be levied for the purpose of pay
ing said warrant*." I do not believe
It could be seid that the City ef Belt
lias not used due diligence in collect
in» the sseeeements, as the City has
-done everythin» requ i re d of it in this
particular. .
It is may opinion, -therefore, that
because of the terms of the contract
between the City and the Contractor
and also because of the proviso in
the warrants themselves that hold
NOTICE!!
BID CLOSING OUT

On Account of Building Being
Sold Which We Now Occupy
GAS ... . 22c Gallon
OIL V... 80c GaRoo
T
We are giving a large discount
on the following merchandise:
URBS
TUBES
BOOTS
RfMfiHOL
JACKS
ALL SIZES CHAINS-^
Ufht and Heavy Duty
PUMPS
DRY BATTERIES
PATCHING
TS & LUGS
...
EXCURSION RATES ON ALL SPARK PLUGS,
ALMUTE CAPS AND PLUGS.
!
ALL FIXTURES
BRAKE LININGS—
Al
BULBS
BOLTS AND NUTS—
rrmnomt mbs
Of AU Kinda.
—AND CHAIR
V
TIRE STA&TD
SHOW CASE
«, nw — win. mot sell roe w bats
AU Merchandise Cash
»
we
»t mm m your ch
Mm
TEAT YOU
WE CLOSE ,
r f
ÜÜ
& mutuum
gW:
mmm
en <rf tk wiuU h*»« n® raeomem
mgmtnat «• City, bat would ta»* »
y » wper ty tarofiwL I mm net
to atat* taw «ri> might b* dmm
do not beta*« the City nood tetereet
at laaot at thlt
itself in that
of
Rsferrin» a» ate to the
pâment of the interest oa the mar.
rente and the takte» ap of theae war
rants for which fand« are available,
I take It that you will give notice to
the holders of the warranta by latte»
mast tare since they tare been re
oeirin» their internet for several
Otherwise the notiee would
years.
he by on« publication in ths local pa
per with tan days er more after the
pahUcation as ths date for presenta
tion end payment.
I believe the matters
tained will be of interest to the Mayor
and Council and shall therefore pre
sent to them a copy of «ris letter to
you.
Very truly yours,
LEO C. GRAYBILL,
City Attorney.
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WALTHAM
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Mrs. Julia Shepherd will leave this
week to visit relatives and friends at
Arise sad Dixon. Montana.
Billy Lyons went to Orest Palls on
Monday on business.
Mrs. Herbert Burlington has been
confined to her bed for several days
with the flu.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Feltman and
family were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Isaac Shephard Sunday.
Mrs. Jim McGuire and Mrs. Alee
Lynch of High wood and Miss Irene
Voss of Great Palls were guests of
Mn. Ctaita« Vee» FH**.
Ed CrldBMW, wh» fei»
tef for Cf«
f,
**•
for s mit «Mi relative* Iß ]
vi»it
or in Bolt Monday.
io mitte» «i th« Holland
Letton from Mr. and Mm R. £.
Dam, formerly of
ty
bat more recently of Balt, stats they
are deli»hted with California. Their
da«»fatcr. Sophia, who tae bean Hv
in» there, tad selected a pewtty bon
»alow so they are now
in
their new
BILLINGS — Midwest
Company well in Lakp
Refining
i district,
1400 feet
of ofl from depth of MM foot.
Annual Carnival
& Jubilee
ONE NIGHT ONLY
BREAKFAST THERE
Of The
Belt Volunteer Fire Dep't
K. P. Hall
Belt, Montana
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I
~r
NEW YEAR'S EVE
December 31, '24
ß
ft
Best 5-Piece Orchestra Ob
tainable Will Furnish Music
as Long as Crowd Remains
Eat Breakfast in the Hall
A beautiful white gold Wrist
Watch will be given to the
most popular lady.
'v
Wide »Open

I
Everything' goes. Start the
new year right by attending
Belt's annual frolic, reviving
the old Frontier Days.
A Prize of $5 Will Be Given Best
Dressed Couple Portraying '49ers
The old roundup cook, "Red
Coulee Red", will again pre
side at the Hoi Dog barbeque
-«•with or without.
\
a?
Ç v
Admission Free!
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r_:

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f. I
••

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-THESE PLACES WILL FLOURISH
Bucket of Mood." "Wild Horse Bill's Thirst Emporium," "
Sing's Palace of Eats," "Calamity Janes Pie Counter,
99* t
'The Castle"
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MwnataM
r. * :
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* fftiainMlaa Vmé T
-MM*
■fer,
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BOZEMAN —
» ««
«e
Ltanl
•• tw
GREAT FALLS — Omefl
19,600
en ne.
for Ffarst Av
HELENA — Cat Creek and Korio
Sunburst oil fields
mjm,u
barrels erode oil
price 90 cants for Kerin
Gat Creek.
flit for
FORT BENTON — 226,000
of wheat sold hat* this year.
ing 26,000
tree ted for Utah-Idaho
which will he ballt et coat of 91 , 990 ,
000.00.
GREAT PALLS — Last of eon
factory
crate poured oa esw Columbia boild
in».
DAHL'S SKOAL COFFEE
i
P:.
tfc*

they
tit'
>
Where »oM
tfc'
Bat
Ft DAHL'S SPECIAL COFFEE
floatin' * tfc* stain.
V
WALK TO DAHL'S AND
SAVE DOLLARS

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