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A new hardwood finish ^
for a few cents—TUFCOTE1
—just dip your brush and flow It on. It
stains and varnishes in one operation, dries
quickly, and stands the hardest kind of
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Dingy, worn, acatcbed floors renewed with
Tufcote look like fine hardwood. Tufcote
also gives new beauty to furniture and
woodwork.
Get a can of Tufcote today—it costa but
little.
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Jack Spratt Says
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A Light Lunch.
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BUT IF YOU WANT A LIGHT LUNCH DAHL CAN
ACCOMMODATE YOU WITH JUST THE
RIGHT FOODS AT JUST THE
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BELT'S POPULAR AMUSEMENT PARLOR
Ice cream by cone, dish or carton. Lunch counter open
till 12 P. M. Choice Candies
and Cigarettes.
Fragrant Cigars, Tobacco
YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME
A. N. PRATHER, Prop.
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It Builds
Independence
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What a wonderful feeling of satisfaction and
independence there la in the p onscoo ion of a tidy
bank account, steadily increasing, always within
reach if needed. Independence leads to self-con
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You can have this independence, this self-con
fidence, this
willing to make the necessary effort.
of achievement, if yon are
Take the first stop by opening a savings ac
count here or adding to one already started. We
will kelp by
your money safe, and adding
interest.
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Local Items of Belt
and Vicinity
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. English and Mr.
and Mrs. Ed. Schee r* spent Sunday In
Great Falls.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Le land motors
to Great Falls Monday for a short
visit with friends.
Mrs. A. M. Hacauley and* party
viattad Mrs. Phil LeveiHe last
day.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Clergy drove
to the county seat Wednesday.
C. A. Straight moved his family to
Great Falls on Tuesday. Mr. Straight
is now employed as city salesman for
an oil house.
Mrs. Carl Lawson and Mrs. Neil
Hedrick of Great Falls visited Mrs.
Frye this week.
Mrs, Fryewa. a visitor in Great
V 8 ? u * y *p 1S , T*!. .
Mr, and Mrs. Paul Gulden mad« a
busmesa tr,p to Great Falls yesterday.
Mrs, Earl Healey is spending a faw
days in Great Falla.
Miss Alice Stranahan went to Bose
man at noon on Friday last and at
tended the basketball game be two«
the Bute College and the University.,
The occasion wss a sort of reunion
for the former students of the State
College.
For Car Repairing or Welding, am
the old reliable Johnnie Marquardt. —
The Guild met with Mrs. Gal Bhar- j
rard last Thursday afternoon. Near
ly all the members were present and
much work was accomplished. At His I
close of the afternoon's work Mrs, !
Sharrsrd served a most appetising
lunch. The hostess' guests besides
the guild members were Mrs. Brodle,
Mrs. Joa. LeveiHe, Mrs. Jennings. |
Miss Krueger and Miss Gulllcksoa. |
The guild will meet next with Mrs.,
Ray Wilson on March 12. .
Manchester's is headquarters for is
fresh fruit and vegetables. They have
on hand celery, carrots, rutabagas,
ty. They plan to carry everything
seasonable fresh at all times—Adv.
head lettuce, new cabbage, turnips,
beets and cucumbers. In fruits they
carry bananas, oranges, grape fruit
and ripe tomatoes of the finest quallr
The Embroidery club were most de*
lightfully entertained by Mrs. J. W.
Leland on Wednesday afternoon. Band
work of many kinda served to while
sway the time, after which refresh
ments most satisfying in quality and
delightful in service were provided,
Those present were Mes. Dahl, Bemis,
Rush, S. Wilson, R. Wilson, Flnhr,
I Provin, Remington, Nohl, Anderson,
* Marsh, Hill, and Misses Peterson,
Bemis and Kendall.
Stockmen Get Together. For lost,
strayed or stolen stock see Tex Graff,
Deputy Sheriff for the Stockmen's
Association.
Ben Kennedy of the Belt Hardware
company has purchased the house
and lots formerly owned by Paul
Gulden and has already moved in
while Mr. Gulden's family are installs
ed in the former Kennedy home on
Second avenue south. Mr, Kennedy
has n force of men at work patting in
additional basement and foundation
and will add three rooms to the for-'
mer Gulden home. . _
Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Bogner of Wayne
visited friends in Belt on Wednesday
evening.
El Eeacentio sells on its merits-A
Guy Schmeer is at home this week
suffering from a . badly abscessed
tooth. i
Ben Steele of Crest Falls, who has-i
been a resident of Cascade county
since Belt Botte wma a prairie dog
hole, is in Belt on a business errand.
Phone «458
P. O. Box 1662
"AH Kiwis of Help"
J. McGowan Labor
Office
I8h Third Street South
GREAT PALLS. MONTANA
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Address alt
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The Pioneer Garage
Henry Morrow, Prop.
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Only the Best of Oil and Gasoline for Sale.
Emergency repair work a specialty. We have a compe
tent mechanic and our work la guaranteed.
OVERLAND GARS FOR SALE
[ Johnnie Marquardt is open for car
repair business in the Volk building'.
opposite VVlebir's—Adv.
John W. Anderson, Jr., has gone to
Bend, Oregon, where he will again as
#un °r the management of the show
house which he was in charge of a
year ago. His many friends are sorry
to see him leav e at this time but it is
hoped that business conditions will
soon warrant his steady residence
here. During his absence the Pythian
will be managed by Mrs. Andersen,
assisted by N. T. Wilson.
You will find the El Eacentio cigar
in the case. Ask for it. — Adv.
Mrs. C. W. Walters and two sons,
Walforj and Carl, left Tuesday for
the Silver Dyke where Mr. Walters
has ^ emp , oyw , for the ^ ^
hast Friday Al Larges was taken
to . Great F .„ 8 ho8piul b , ch. rl ,.
KinR Mr UpRet ^ ^ fop
three weeks and It became necessary
for him to be taken where he could
have better care,
0 n last Friday County Health Of
fleer Dr. Pickett was called to Wayne
to investigate what was feared to be
8 case of small pox, but found only a
well-developed case of chicken pox.
;The doctor states that hit office is
worked to the limit these days by the
appearance of cases of contagions
disease inimical to the public health,
The West Side Coal Mine entry has
now been driven into very good coal,
Screened coal will be sold at the chute
for |3.60 a ton.—Adv.
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Mr. and Mrs. Emil Jo
Miss Edith Jotinson, daughter of
, hnson, is home
again after a month's vacation in
Washington. She visited friends in
Aberdeen, Seattle and Tacoma. At
the latter place she was the guest of
her cousin, Mrs. Agnes Henry, who
located there where her husband is
engaged in Hie business of contractor.
The Henrys are building a beautiful
new home on the north side and will
soon be most agreeably located. Misa
Edith says that she met the Punks in
Seattle and that Bert sent his best
regards to all his old friends,
It will cost the smoker no more to
smoke an E) Eacentio, —Adv.
OU M. Olson is busy these days
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("renovating j^ie electric grill in Bar
Everything in connection with
the cafe is being painted white and
when he is finished with the work Hie
place will be as nearly spick and apan
as the ingenuity of man can make It.
One thing very noticeable about Bar
ney's place is the sanitation and neat
ness. The bsck-bar is immaculate and
if 7«u look at the soda fountain you
will find that the parts which are out
of sight are just as clean as the parts
which the customer usually sees. The
flopr is clean, the cuspidors are clean,
Hm pool and billiard tables are well
brushed and everything pointa to the
fact that the proprietor, A. N. Pra
ther. is responsible.
BT. MASK'S CATHOLIC CHURCH
Pint Mass t o'clock a. m.
High Maas I0:t0 a m.
Sunday school t «'dock p. at
TianidUrtiwi p.
WHY?
-r-eend to mail order houses
when you can get
GOODYEAR A
PATHFINDER TIRES
at home for the same price.
Call and see our Une
at the
N. H. BROWNING
GARAGE
New and Second-hand
~ Fords for Sale
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TAILORED TO YOUR MEASURE
And Guaranteed to Fit
Hammen t Brother« Made-to-Measure Suite wtt make
you look and feel in tune with the spirit of the
In addition, the splendid quality of the fabric« and the
export tailoring which goes into Needle Master« productions
will insure a well-dressed appearance for many a long month
after Easter is a thing of the past, and for a very moderate
price, too.
It's none too early to get y oar measure lak<
Banter delivery.
many beautiful
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Come hi and
the
Ham ment Brothers
NOT HOW CHEAP—BUT HOW GOOD
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John Case, asaayer at the Silver
Dyke, came down from Neihart on
Tuesday's train to get his ear which
had been undergoing repairs.
A most enjoyable social event waa
the card party given by Mrs. J. W.
Leland on Friday evening at the Le
land home on Castner street Pour
tables were at play and those present
were Mes. Wright, Bereis, Browning,
S* T'. *'* • Jt
Wilson, 0. Wilson and S. Wilson, and
Misses Pauline Polutnik end Elsie
Bemis. Hot rolls, sated, ice cream,
cake and coffee were served at mid
night. Mrs. Ray Wilson received the
prise for high score, Mrs. Nohl the
prise for low score, and Mrs. Clergy
the guest prise. -—
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FARMERS ELEVATOR
A Utile more "PEP" pat into the thoughts
1925 the
of each and every fanaer «rill
biggest year la the history of the Farmers MiB
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PEP"
Vigor, Vitality, Vim and Punch,
—That's Pep.
The courage to act on a sudden hunch,
-—Thar* Pep,
The nerve to take the hardest thing
With feet that clhnb and hands that cling,
And a heart that never forgets to sing—
—That's Pep.
To say *T will !"—for yon know you can—
—That's Pep.
To look for the best in every man—
—That's Pep.
To meet each thundering knock-out blow
And come back with a laugh because you know
You'll get the beet of the whple darned show—
—That's Pep,
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START IT NOW!
It's an easy thing to do a thing—tomorrow.
It's a cinch for one to do it by and by ;
But the guy whose life is sunny
And the guy who gets the money
Is the guy who says 'TU do It now «r dto."
FARMERS MILL & ELEVATOR COMPANY
Wholesalers and Retailers of Sapphire
Mill Feeds and Saft. W# either
trade. A deal te mât everybody
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MARRIED
Miss Nellie Williame aad Barry G.
Edwards were Joined In the holy heeds
of matrimony In Mowat Yemen,
j Washington, «n Haieh Jv IfM. the
j^ v Walter Givens officiating,
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1 STOV E R E P AIRS
Water Backs, Water Pratts mi
Furnace Repairs of All Kinds.
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Wholesale and Mid
Great Palls Stove Repair Works
7S# Central A venae

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