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Volume 32. Number 7.
Belt, Montana, Jaiv 3t), 1925.
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Henry and Joe Kampschnieder wer e
profoundly shocked on Monday after-1
noon to receive a telephone message
from Geyser saying that their father.
John J. Kampschnieder had died sod
denly in the barber shop at that place
He had gone to Geyser that mom.
ing to attend to some business affairs
and was in the barber shop when the
fatal attack came.
Mr. Kampechneider was subject to
heart trouble and always carried pel
lets of stimulant for sudden use.
Mrs. Kampschnieder died at Geysei
eight years ago shortly after the ar
rival of the family from Nebraska.
The surviving children are Ferdinand
Kampschnieder of Spokane, Henry
and Joseph of Belt, John of Great
Falls and Lawrence of Chicago, There
is also one daughter.
Mr. Kampschnieder hal lived in Belt
for a year and was of a quiet dispo
Heart disease resulting from the
"flu" had menaced his last few year*.
He was universally liked and respec
ted. His family have the sympathy
of the community in their sad loss.
mV. Jones spent last week end
Grass Hange.
The Camp-fire Girls will have a
a program Saturday night.
Cone and Bunch Berry" is the play
they will give. A small admission
will be charged.
The district conference of the Chris
tian church held on upper Highwoo 41
Saturday, Sunday anl Monday was!
well attended.
Mr, and Mrs. Alcide Fischer Jr.
spent last week camping at Logging
, Mrs. Bert Goon and Miss Maud
Garr and little Katheryn Goon left
recently for an extended visit to rel
atives in California.
Y, 0. Rea Line Meet
Tenth Annual Convention of the Y
G Be« Line Highway Association.
White Sulphur Springs. Montana,
MnnHav im
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Commercial organizations, county
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and city officials, good road commit
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tees and associations, good road advo
aAd A those inteo-eoted h,
devoioptnetit of the territory along the.
route are cordially invited and earnest
ly urged to take part in the délibéra,
tier.. Each community ahould
point delegates that will be present,
For ten year,, the ...oei.üoh taa!
work. l (onaiatontiy in the promoting
of an improved federal aid construe
tod highway. The te.ult. of our hbnr!
haw, boon satisfactory, but our task
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I. a n Imptowod highway to Kaltapeli.
> A constructive program is being at
ranged; interesting reports will be
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made, and men well versed in good
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road affairs will address the meeting ^
Name« Ltn *
Name, of thoae -ho wtll r.prcomtt
rmjfmm m* b. to th,
Scott Leavitt, President
L. E. Jones, Secretory.
Department of the Interior. U. 8,
Und Off«, Great F.Ü., Menu™,.
Jon, 30, 1925. „ '
NOTICE in hereby given that David
E. Bodkin., of Boh, Montnn., wko,
on July 14. 1922, made Homestead En
try o. R. 062724 Helena, No. 023295
wi ^
E14, Section 22. Township 14 N -|
Range 7 EL, P. M. M. Meridian, baa
flteJ eerie, of tateerioo io m.k,
three year Proof, to establish claim to
the land above described, before Reg
U. S. Land Office, at Great
Falls, Montana, on the 18th day of
August, 1926
Claimant names as witnesses;
Claude A. Bodkins and John M.
Co Id well, of Belt, Montana and Fran I.
Davis and Lennie Tfergerson, of Net
hart, Montana.
Within tha Jdftenon National
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Mrs . Magnuson and children of
1 Great fills have been the guests of
! Mr - Bnd Mks. W. E. White here dur
mg last week
; " r - I-* w - Salesman for the National
Biscuit Co., was a business visitor
here Monday.
Tony Faller. Angus McDonald, Ai
thur Johnson, Carl Schenck and Miss
Elvers Schenck motored to White Sul
Pb" r Springs Sunday.
Mrs McPherson and daughter, Mrs.
Knight of Great Fails were visitor*
here last Thursday,
Mr. Kindschay, Grand Master of the
Odd Fellows Lodges in M os tan a. via
Banner Lodge here Friday even
mg. After the regular meeting a
pleasing lunch was served by the Sls
tor Rebekahs.
Leslie Tripp is visiting here with
Miss Rosalie Leveiile of Belt was «
visitor here Sunday. •
Mr. Elliot went to Great Falls Sat
urday on business.
Little Violet Busse returned Sun
after a short visit with her relative*
m Sand Coulee.
Misses Agnes and Lois White were
up from Great Falls Saturday even
ing to attend the dance.
Mr. and Mrs. Byron Seely and son
of Kellogg. Idaho were visiting here
: last week with Mr, and Mrs, Barr
Mrs. Seely is a sister ot
' Eons ford.
Mr> Lunsford.
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Reynolds return
ied from Yellowstone Park Sunday,
j Mrs B. Leyaon went to Great Falls
j Tuesday to meet her sister who will
V ' H *^ with her.
M » rcus and Cody Ledbetter were
j U P from Great Fails over the week
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ledbetter,
{here last week.
Mr ' and Tom Kleiv and children
and Mr and Mra * H - K,icv are camp
ing at Sheep Creek for a week.
Mr. and Mrs., A. X. John«» and
daughter of Great Falls are visiting
with Mrs. C. Schenck during Mr
Johnson's vacation. They spent the
week-end at Mr. Martinson's ranch In
Belt Park.
- Johnson returned to Great
C * d „
Sands and children and Mrs.
' A1 went to Great Falls Sun
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day. Mrs. Sands will make her future
home there.
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ap-i^Lf Yell.—lon. Park
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J"' F *"' Were V, '' tor ' here S "'
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d '™" ".Cantp Pmohamt Sunday.
The Misses Eloise Barker, Ruth
and Fannie M.dy wore up
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Billy Scott and Bud Asseltine were
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visitors here over the week end.
Mr - and Mrs. Wm. Anget will leave
Mr ^ ^ - fl ,
daughter motored US L ewi st o wn Sun-
(Too Late for Last Weakl
George Moore
home here Monday afternoon about
one o'clock after a serious illness ol
over a week resulting from a para
^ gtn)ke ^ July uS.
Mr Mo „„ ^ ln N „ „
1863 .„d ,pri,t hi, «ri, life turn,
He drift«! west tr, M.minno .„H
j n s.« P „, , or ^, r „ Br
,ho„ meed to Nmh.rt wheî. he ho.
been living. He clerked in J. J. Stew
art 8 #tore tor time before his
ie,th - The tm * nï waa Md Txte *~
day afternoon in the Lyric lheatre
The Krrennds ft»* and Bunch offt
dated The pall bearers were J 1
Bri-ri, G^ee kL.
MeGibbon, G«>, 1^ Glm,
fin and Duncan McGowan. Mr.
Moore is survived by his wife, Mr*.
Hilda Moore. ——_—
Hr .and Mi*, Reynolds, who har*
been visiting wth Mr. and Mrs. Dan
Lenny here, left laat week for Y«t
tews lone National Park.
Mr. mid Mrs. Ralph Dickinson <md
Deri., .a Em md ba
Wm. A^ert motored to Spur Part
laat Saturday anl «pmi, the wed-eno
The Misses Bernice and Jan« John
ston and Dorothy Bow« and Mrs. <
on Saturday last at her home on
D avi* cwk Mrs. Annie Fergus die«
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surrounded by her sons and daughter.
*t the ripe old age of 88.
She was born in Ireland and cam«
to America with her young husband
about 60 years ago. About 1870 her
husband died leaving her with sût
young children.
The family lived in Michigan tor
a few years but the report brought
back by a relative from Montana '
made them think this state a land of
greater opportunity and in 1888 they 1
arrived in Fort Benton. After spend*
ing a year on Shonkin they settled on
Davis creek where they have roeided
for the past forty years.
This fh
from Daris creek produced immense
the two sons
four daughters grew to maturity.
About 1896 William Fergus went into
the stock business at Culbertson while
Owen Fergus managed the homo
ranch. The daughters are Mrs. Dun
can, Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Pimperton,
and Mu-s McDonald.
their meadows watered by ditch«»
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the beat of health except the iirflitu
it?es that old age brought until tan
days ago when she suffered a stroke
of paralysis. After this she was un
able to speak until a short time after
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bridgeman were
her son William arrived when tot
half an hour she could make herself
Cooper-Newman Wedding
A simple but beautiful wedding
was solemnized on last Wednesday
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when their son. Wait— and Miss Aud
rey Newman of Belt wore united In
marriage by Rev. Harry Stong. Th
evening at eight o'clock at the ranch
[home of Mr. andJlfcX-Jta—a
girls, cousins and nieces of the groom
acted as flower girls and ring bearer
Miss Marie Sharp of Lewistown, corn
in of the groom acted as brid—maid
and Herbert Ward of Armington a»
the beet man.
Industrial Review
Great Falls—City Council levies tor
$55.977 improvements.
Helena—Eddy Bakery installing ma
chinery for plànt expansion.
Blackfoot Highway, Glacier Park
Hotel to be surveyed.
Great Falls-New Ulm Highway
surfacing will cost $19,449.
Kevin—Sunburst district now pro
duces 12,000 barrels daily, and em
ployes 1800 men.
Great Falls—Lout* Hill of Great
Northern Railway pays $113,500 for
660-acre oil tract in Kerin-Sunburst
Neihart-WoA resumed ITSIM^
Dyke mine following collapse of dam
Deer olge Three banks have depos
83 ' 000 000 population.
G«*» Fails—Hotel Rainbow smarts
co " atruct, ° n o1 tor 80 J 001 "*
. Lcwtetown Refinery road will be
" lp " «-* 1 .' "T"" 1 "
I * e " e ' eC ^ nc light pl»rit,
T 0 , *"•? !* ? **??***. Kr V et ' I
choto^ïL.I ^î'erop estimated
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a , .. f .
P ° Und * *** ,hee P ferrin * 8 ÎLO® 0 - 000 ,
. °" ^ 0re |
MaxvUhs—Brook Lead Co working
Kalispell—200,000 rainbow trout fry
placed hi the Lake.
Great FaDs—Power Company in
creases car sendee by 50 per cent.
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bogwim» Ricevillc-Mon
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H W f-^g^My.tic Lake plant of
MonUna Pffwer Co. has cost $1^0,
Northern kite to Opheim coating f V
500 ^
Sfobey—Construction begun on Gt,
fcidemood and told her son that she
f 00 »™ 1 «* 1 »»im.
Soon she relapsed
Btç. unconsc.ousn«« and died on Sat.
inlay. She suffered.no pain at the
psi although she had a continued
iRruggle to breathe.
Mrs. Fergus had one of the kindll
Bt dispositions, old age could not
ini the sparkle of her eye or keep
7 jovial nature or keen wit from
howmg itself at every opportunity.
She wa* the soul of hospitality and
visit to her home was long remem
Her kindnesa, sympathy and
lelpfulness were appreciated by all
fdio were unfortunate.
Funeral services were held In Gey
at 9 A. M. Monday, the Rev. Pr.
^jNllack officiating. Four sisters from
p Ursaline the funeral
ènd by the request of her grand
Mother, Margaret Pimperton sang a
S.Earl. Ray, Charles and Sidney Pirn
jerton and Joseph and Lennie McOon
fid grandsons of the deceased served
fhe body was taken to Great
After the service*
f d interment made in Calvary ceme
■y. Ed Pimperton who is working
Batte came for the funeral. Miss
Nr his train his brother drove him
The services at Geyser were alten
5ed by oldtimers from every direction
»Pd nearly-all the newcomers in the
Mrs. Fergus died full of years md
loved by ail who knew her
anew ner.
The house was a profusion of flow
er * 0n, y relatives and close intimate
friends were present.
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tbkwrlerr^-mnim* 1 ro^m »mid
, "J ru ®™ a *" id
*™ «T"* where ** **** ^
"* weddl *>K «upper prepared by the
m ®" era of lhe br,daI o>upie..
. Masy beautiful gifte were given the
bn " e -
Both have livad practically all their!
Uvea here. ' They will be at home after
August first on their ranch near Bay
. .
Forsyth-Rosebud county has ship
ped 1,000,000 pounds wool this season,
Average wool clip exceed* 10 pound*
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Eureka—Rapid work being done on
Eureka-White-fish highway
t^l ainrill termers will buy Great Nor
gtock for railroad from
Great Northern wiU run free open
*i r observation coaches for all passen
g e r* on Glacier Park run.
Uure i _ Northern Paciflc bu j, d .
new airbrake repair unit for
Some one is poisoning dogs.
y ^ thinned down to a
rainimtlIll because of the expense of
inoculation and license but it seems
gtiJJ ^ largt . for aome one . Paul
Gulden nearly lost a pure-bred Air
dale and J. R. Culver a Coilie Wednes
morning but heroic efforts saved
Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Ser
mon by the pastor; subject. God's
Hairy T. Stong, pastor.
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Evening service at 8 oclock. A
,hort ^formal meeting to whi-h all
"* cordiaJly invited.
Prayer aervice this Thursday even
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Thursday in August,
There will be an important meeting
°f all Leaguers this Friday evening
at ® o'clock on the church lawn,
*" nda ^ ut ° cI ® ck -
e.xgue at p^
We hare not forgotten about tha.
cominwd t y 8unday School picnic.
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Watch tor anouncements it ,s coming
very soon and we are anxious that
In the community help to
R a happy day for the children;
day t hmt will be full of joy aiid
fmo for all, and at the same time free
from boose, gambling and dancing. .
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I Mr and Mrs. L. D. Strife left last
week for a business and pleasure trip
to Miles City and Billings.
(j g IV) wer of Helena was a visitoi
in Monarch Monday on hia retun ,
from Hughesville where he
; mgm
Spokane arrived Monday to speno
Kme Uma vUiting her sister Mrs. Q.
Camp In Belt Park
Welsjr¥rber was can#d to Mli .
goula one dj|y last wçek by the 8er .
ioua m^esa 0 f a brother
J©s s and Russel Whittaker visited
relatives and saw Monarch in general
was look
ing after mining interests. His son
Burton Power who is spending ht»
vacation at Hughesville accompanied
him this far.
Mrs Hutchison and children of
Roy Thorson spent Monday at
Dr, L. J. Brick spent Sunday with
his family returning to Great Falls
P»nied him.
C. E. Colgrave auditor for the
Great Northern was attending duties
accompanied him and visited
MHte night. Miss Patricia aaootth
her Monday. Mrs, Co I eg rave and chil
Miss Rachel Peterson arrived Mon
day from Minneapolis to Join her par
entB here a* 0 expert to leave soon
cate '
Mr8, Nanfy Engler was a brief vi
itor in Sunday on her w »y t0
Hughesvilk? having been called to the
SÜVW Dyk * ** ** h * r ,itt,fc
grandson "Baby Farrell."
Mrs. HamJah |g spending ^
week in Belt Park visiting her daugh
ter Mr*. J. H. Tolliver and family.
Misses Grace and Ethel Huaeth
spent this week at the "Shady Nook"
a P* rtm<,nt *- Their parents Mr. and
Mr * °* , Huaet * and "° n ? ,lvar
motored up from Great Palls Satur
day and they all drove over to White
Springs Sunday returning
that evening to their home.
Van McFee was down from Hugh«
v jj| e g aturday
(tor Greg— where they expect to io
Mr*. Douglas Wilson and children
of Great Falls have token the Crane
j cottage for seveial weeks . _
Dave Sutherland of Great Falls
completing his cabin .this being the
; second new cabn built In the last two
months. E. V. Larson being the othei
M. L. Evans and a number of chil
dren who were occupants of his car
narrowly escaped injury Sunday when
driving the canyon road and a big
rar coming around a curve at such
speed that to avoid going over the
grade took the wrong side of the road
Mr and Mm. J. B. Johnson and
,on h<fPa *f onda f pnrout *
£ *£££ . th * y wi "
he ^v lng of their house and torni
ture from the latter place to Stanford.
Fk>yd Wolfe and children left Fri
day for their home in Iowa after a
and ran ' nto the Evana car damaging
» to such an extent that it will be n»
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v ™ Buchanan 1. here from West
Yellowstone visiting relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Thornquist mp
shopi*™ 1 ^ 0rea< ^«s • Monday.
M e ,
r MBt M». S. P. Dai—jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lister were
{n Monday from the ranch,
Fay Haney of Great Falls is a vis
itor i,f Anna Griffin this week.
Gerald Edwards of White Sulphur
Springs and a party of friend* from
New York who are visitors at the
•'Dude Ranch" were callers at the H.
S. Haney home Sunday. They had
attended the dance at Nelhart the av
enin(f before. Several from here also
attended the dance and a very good
ou, ' i
Mi*. Arthur Kelly of Conrad spent
Lime was enjoyed by all.
J, M. Jensen came out from Great
Falls Monday to visit his family ar
their cabin.
Mrs, Anna Servo»» of Armington
visited her daughter one day last
week. She waa accompanied by hei
»on and daughter-in-law, Mr, and;
Mrs R J, Servo»* wh, motored on to
the Silver Dyke.
Mr. and and Mr». Wm. Holzhsimer
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of Hughesville visited relatives here
a t, , u ^
last week ^ith her parents Mr. and
Mr». John D. Ross at "Bide a Wee."
Mr. snd Mrs. W. H. George were
down from the ranch Tuesday. |
Monarch is giving another big
dan« Saturday night August 1st with
Harmon's orchestra for moak.
On Saturday last Elmer Feldfa
Ford bad a tantrum. If mulea get
balky at times and steers "go on the
prod" why is It not possible for a
Ford to get headstrong?
Elmer was engaged in using hin
car to transfer his household goods
from a house on the upper row to the
bouse formerly occupied by J. B
The car was evidently peeved be
cause of the frequent trips up the
steep hill which moving necessitated
and while Elmer was shoving a
ing machine into tha truck body of
the Ford the latter refused to stay
kmger and started of its own accord
on a short cut from tha hill s e rosa
the tracks to its destination. Elm
decided that it would be best for tbs
sewing machine tu remain with him
and so saved it but the car want
straight down over the hill and land
ed on the track below with one wheal
smashed, the radius rods broken and
the front axla sprung.
It was almost train time and John
Jaap hitched his truck op the now
sobered Ford and dragged it seras»
the track whence it was taken to a
garage for repairs.
It may be recalled Hist in other
day* the Buick of Dr, A E. Cham
berlain attempted the same short cos
with similtar results.
Eddie Kernegfaan was arrested la—
week at the instance of a frightened
car owner who became alarmed wb—
his car waa not returned on time. The
complaint was withdrawn when Km
car owner discovered that the borrow
er's wedding had interfered somewhat
with the scheduled time. The brkte
was Mias Agnes Kirvenaki of Great
Glasgow—Nashua farmers shipped
2600 gallons cream daring June.
Carr Estate Settled
Distribution of the estate of the
liât» William Carr was ordered by
Judge John J. Greens, Chotoau cou—y
judge, sitting for Judge Stephen JL
Cowley in district court hare Monday
The distribution was ordered on tha
petition of J. Earl Healey and John P.
Healey, executors of the —tote,
set out they had received a total of
$6,641 anl expended $2,663. leaving a
cash balance in addition to property
specifically bequeathed of $8,977,
which is to be divided among the
heirs, Alice Carr, the widow; Lisais
McNulty, sister; James Carr, broth—;
Mayme Peterson, Sadie Lemanag—,
Florence Noyes and Elizebeth Leach,
laughter»; and James, William and
John J. Carr, sons.
Judge Greene was called in Friday
! after Judge Cowley had disqualifia«
himself from hearing the petition.
<Great Fails Tribune)
at a meeting of the dfrectort of the
ifct.Qategr Mining Company
held on July 26, 1926 an assesment at
% cent per share was levied upon the
capital stock of the Corporation, pay
able on or before September 1st, 192ft.
to Dominic Spogen, Secretary at Belt,
1»L 1926 will be declared delia
saent and advertised for sale at public
«*ton and unless payment is made
before, will be sold on October In,
1926, at 11 o'clock at the Secretary**
office in Belt, Montana, to pay the de
linquent assesnucst together with the
costs of advertising and expense« at
Any ambunf upon which the assae
ment shall remain upaid on Septan
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Frank O'Conner anderwort » tonsil
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operation at the local hospital la
Mr. and Mrir, Ben Nottingham and
^ of ^ Fatj „ motaMd
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Mr. sad Mis. Melvm >tiU
®* a | te and Ml i ** Har riet Wes
9rere visitors here during the fii
Dominic Spogen,
Dr, Armour spent a few days Kara
last week on business.

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through here Saturday.

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