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economy
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XJTERE'S a lasting, lustrous, low-cost white
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CSt covering power, whitest white and highest
lustre per dollar. ^
It sa wonderful finish for kitchens, latmri r v»
bathrooms, garage», stores and shops —its
ipoay surface brings beauty and saves day
And It costs so little that
you can uae as much
yen wish. Why not stop in today? We'll
be glad to hdp you plan any sort ofpaint job.
Neihart Lumber Company
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AKNISHES
«nd Industrial Use
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Jack Spratt Says
Just because a baby cow. It doesn't follow that
he will be eooeoo when he grows op.
BUT IF YOU BUY YOUR GROCERIES AND OTHER
SÜPPLIES AT DAHL'S IT DOES MEAN
THAT YOU ARE WISE
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"WALK TO DAHL'S AND SAVE DOLLARS I"
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Barney's
A pleasant place to meet y oar friands or to
indulge la harmless amusement.
ELECTRIC GRILL THOROUGHLY RENOVATED
——Open till 12 P. M^—■
Complota Lina of Fresh Candy, lea Craam
Soda Fountain, Cigars and
Tobacco.
A. N. PRATHER, Prop.
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What Is a
BANK?
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A modern bank is more than a depository for
money; more than a place upon which to issue
checks.
.
A modern bank is an institution of helpfui
to its depositors and clients. It is interested
in seeing that they are prosperous and successful
in their financial ventures.
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Depositors who let os help them with ad vie*
of long experience, can testify to the value of
LET US SERVE YOU.
Farmers & Miners
State Bank
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Local Items of Belt
and Vicinity
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For Car Repairing or Walding, tee
the old reliable Johnnie Marquardt, —
Sam Johnson of Tiger Butte was a
boiinem visitor in Belt T u es da y.
The wind has made travel on the
roads a discomfort for several days.
Dust clouds have rendered driving
dangerous.
Miss Lillian Servoas left Saturday
for her new position in the Monarch
schools where she will teach for the
remainder of tile school term.
Mrs. John Anderson spent a few
hours in Great Falla Saturday on a
business errand.
Mrs. J. P. Healey visited Mrs. J. E.
Healey and infant daughter at the
Columbus hospital Saturday.
Mrs. Sam Wilson and Mrs. N. T.
Wilson were shopping in the county
seat Saturday.
Richard Keto is home on a visit
from Hughes ville where he has been
working for some time.
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Mr. sad Mrs. Mat T «sell and Mr.
and Mrs. Oscar Posai visited in Great
Falls with friends Sunday last.
Mrs. A. Bakko left Tuesday for the
Silver Dyke when ehe win visit for
a few days.
Mrs. Chat. H. Dahl spent a few days
in the Electric City visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Otto rPohrtnik. and
other friends.
Mrs. Viola Morris and Mimqs Mary j
Morris, Myrtle Skadaen and Ounhilde J
Skadsen spent the week end at the ,
Joe Morris home.
Mr. and Mrs.
passed through Belt on their way to
Great Falls Monday.
\
Robcrt Singling
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gulden «pent
Monday st the county seat attending
Mr. and Mrs. Chaa. Rice and Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Rice spent a few
hour. In Belt Saturday. j
to business matters.
Mr. Van Dike and T. W. Noble
made a abort visit to High wood 8un'
day.
Mrs. Cal Sharrard and daughter,
Marjorie, visited Mrs. Lindatrom st
Centerville over the wert end.
.
The Embroidery club met with IrJj
Thos. Wright last Wednesday after
Mr. ud Mr.. Q. 0,1^» mm*
business Wp to Or~t Mb Mond.^®"'
Mr Hsckey of Bs^fort
Tom Geterchik of Raynesford while
in town Wednesday called upon ns and*
noon. AD fit« members wars present
end enjoyed themselves to the utmost
as with their guests they took part fat
the various attractions of the after
noon. Mrs. Penn, Mrs. Blomqulst,
Miss Carter and Mias Sifford
the club guests. Elaborate and
inal refreshments were served by the
hostess. The club will meet next with
Mrs. Dshl on April Fool's Day.
shopping in Belt yesterday.
Fred Mehmke and Mat Urich war*
in town from their re s pective ranches
Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H Va« key were
among those who attended the Not
User funaral.
George Larkin has been having a
bad «pell tills week hot is reported as
improving.
stated that be did not think that win
ter wheat in his section is badly dam
aged. He informed os that a new'
road wiB be built this summer to Gey*
eer and that the Spionkop hill will hé
eliminated by the road going up
Creek through the Mike Bodnar
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ranch leamng th« creek near tbr Bod
ner house and naming an a section
line to join the eld road near the two
small buttes toward Geyser, lids
win be a decided improvement for it
will give a road open all winter and
without any heavy hills.
H. B. Mitchell a«d James Charterte
we»% nominated on 4hs two tickets aa
candidates for the
Falla.
lyorality of 01
Between the Boyle and Bumgarner
ranches on tho Great Fall* road Dep
uty Sheriff King found a Ford in tho
ditch Sunday, The ear belonged to T.
L. Hardy of Augusta sad had been
and s woman
when it left the road. No one was
of Spionkop
Belt on a business trip
Arth«. E. J
county «eat Tuesday
to
J- W. Ltinad mad W. C BlomquM
"Forty Winks* In Cm t F*I1» on
Boys of the high school have organ
ised a
team and hope to have
games with tho «omowwling towns
(ids
IT. If ARK'S CATHOLIC cfHÜMR
Phrst
I o'clock a. a.
1 «'dort p sa.
p. m
Mr. and Mrs. Prank Houston
tertained the teachers at East Helena
last week. Mr. Houston, now super
intendent of the East Helen* schools,
formerly occupied * like position hi
Neihart
Alfred Larson of Willow creek
drove to Great Falls with a load of
dressed pork last Saturday.
S. A. Remington. Jr., visited W. A.
Remington in Modesto, California,
last week. W. A. expects to drive
hack to Montana for the summer
soon *s the roads are good. '
Miss Arloine Depew, popular little
Belt teacher, rode through town horse
back Friday evening on her way home
to Fife to visit her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Mack Depew.
Johnnie Marquardt is open for ear
repair business in the Volk building,
opposite Veksbir*«.—Adv.
Dorothy Remington, daughter of
Mr. end Mrs. Carl Remington of Big
Sandy, will be valedictorian of this
year's graduating clam. Mita Lempi
Roski salutatoriaa.
A fire was applied Monday to the
oil spring in the bluff on the west
of Belt creek above the foot
bridge to see if it would really burn.
It did and it was several hours before
it died out for want of fuel ,
Earl Healey Is the wearer of a par
mansnt smile thee« days because of
the fact that a daughter arrived at
the Columbus hospital on Saturday
afternoon. Mother and child *re both
well. He has been receiving eongrat
olati<ms of a boat of friends.
You will find the ElEacsntio cigar
in the case. Ask for it. — Adv.
The make-up of this paper which is
customarily dona*-by Frank Bales,
foreman of the Times office, was del
* atod Charlaa (Bill) Remington
this we * k as a part of his apprentice
,hl P Thi* it his first attempt
The Masonic party Tuesday night
WM h * h b wbo
(attended. Many tables were at play
and at cards Mrs. Cal Sharrard and
W. Brodie proved themselves most
expert while Mrs. Roy Johnson and
^
t&TSSk and ZcfaTflllSte
rest of the evening.
Sheriff Norton was out yesterday
in connection with business pertain
ing to the old Ashworth ranch.
Lao and Harold Shannon came in
through the dust storm yesterday.
They brought a goodly share of the
[dost to town with them for their faces
Rooked as though they had been under
the straw carrier of a threshing out
M.ny prnml' .mrM apt from
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The Rebekah* entertained the Odd
Fellows and others Saturday night at
a general good time. Music and cards
served as amusements. J, W. Brodle,
who was undefeated champion at the
Masonic party Tuesday, was in such
form that he won the cellar prisa with
ease, while Mrs. T. W. Noble
Frank Bales kept the bead table ab
evening and vanquished all challeng
ers. The ladle« served s delightful
sapper 1st« in the evening which ser
ved as an appetising finale to
an ev
aning which was s splendid success,
J G. W. Staffel and S. A. Remington
called upon A. H. McDonald, the Ar
mington merchant, on Monday. They
mad» the trip in a Lincoln car which
OtterfMessrs. Gordon aa<] Culver of Greet
Falls were demonstrating.
J. L. Blair of Hobson has bean ill
of pneumonia according to the Judith
County Star.
Fred Gilsdorf, former Bolt school
boy and later a graduate of the School
of Journalism at Missoula, is now as
sociate editor on "The Nation's Busi
ness" published by the Chamber of
Commerce of the U. 8. A. at Wash
Helen Moser, well known to Beit
people, has been elected présidait of
tils Women's Athletic association at
the Oregon Agricultural college and
wiU represent that school at the esc
tional athletic conference of American
women at the University of
CaKfnmla in April
Born to Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Livix
at Columbus hospital this week, a
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Mrs. Beard, a steter of the late Al
Mrs. Hoefcett, this week was called to
Miles CKy by the serious illness of
ter daughter, Mrs, Kemp, of that
place Many have noticed this wort
tho report of the murder of two
armed onofitansi*»
with wham
City fay •
had no trouble whatever and who was
demented. One of the
was the brother-in-law of
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Mrs. Kemp and the other her fatber
A Real Bargain!
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We have Just received a new lot of Ladies,
and Childrens Pumps, bought away
the reg
ular wholesale price, and we are going to
the
good thing along to our many customers.
One Lot of Ladies House Slippers, Black Kid, low heel.
All sizes, st
.$ 2.75
One lot of Grey Kid trimmed with Patent Leather, low
hed, sises 2Vfc to 6, priced to seO quick at.$290
One lot Child's Patent Pumps st
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Close out on White Kid sod Canvas Shoes, Oxfords and
Pumps — Close out price. r ~ .___
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Also one lot of Children's Black Hose, per pair ...
One lot Boys Shoes, $8.60 to $4.00 values, sises 1 to &—
Close out price, per pair.
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Come in and look these
elsewhere — We can save y eu
Ham ment Brothers
Clothing, Shoes and Furnishings far Men and Beys
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Old King Coal
niaa a arrTrr- 1 , r, ■; r '■rrm: . «wmvar am t
r
Has Taken a Great Fall
At The
Brodie Mine
And
Calone & Johnson Mine
Lump and Nut at Chute
Lump and Nut Delivered - $3.50
To Take Effect Immediately
These Prices are Strictly Cash
Jas. Brodie & Son
Calone & Johnson
Mrs. John Hunter, who has been
ailing for two months,
taken wore« on
will ha taken ta a hospital h Great
f. Today she
F«iUa and will he accompanied by Nn.
Joa. Buchanan.
with pneumonia, is reported aa
improved.
Col. Keenan was in Bah yesterday
on

The FixitShop
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B. J. MARQUARDT, Prep.
for afl can. Jacks.
We seB tires, tabes.
oils, brake-lining and
We have a complete stock of holts and ants, as weH
as the Ford parts hi most
'AIRING OF ALL KINDS—
SERVICE CAR AT TOUR CALL—PHONE »W
FISK AND GOODYEAR TIRES
1 in n i imii ii niin iii ii na s i mi as —mnm
The Pioneer Garage
Only the Beat of Oil and Gasoline for Sale
Emergency repair work a specialty. We have a
tent mechanic and our work Is guaranteed
OVERLAND CARS FOR SALE
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CHRISTIAN CSDRC 9
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Sunday school at 10; SO a so.
Christian fh w teavo t at «.SO p. a.
Junior
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at
OttO.
Prayer meeting Wednesday is the
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