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Fares — Summer tourist tickets at greatly reduced rates will be on sale daily at this station. —.— To Eastern Points On sale May 22nd to September 15th to Minneapolis-St. Paul. Duluth, Superior. Chicago, Sioux City, Omaha, Kansas City. St. Lotus and Eastern destinations. Final re turn limit October 31st. To the Pacific Northwest Alaska or California On sale May 15th to September 30th and June- 1st to. September 16th depending on destination. Finahreturn limit October Slat. To Glacier National Park I On sale June 1st to September 16th. Far additional information, tickets, reservations, etc, call oa. telephone, telegraph er write N. H. Nelson, Belt, Montana Phone 63 L. B. Woods, Asst. General Passenger Agent Helena, Montana Oreat Northern Ry. Route of New Oriental Limited Finest Train Between Chicago and the Pacific Northwest WALTHAM Robert »on of W. H. Jones cams Friday from Fairmont, Indiana. He will make hla home with hi» father. II« wna accompanied by J. E. Jones and L. M. Butler, the latter being a cousin of Mr. Jones. Geo. Darke Sr. la here from Little Willow assisting Geo. Darko. Jr with threshing. Their wheat is grading no. ■■ _ _ ■uan ' - i T'S T R <ak <? . The slum from the mines at Hughesville and the Silver Dyke have trans formed Belt creek from a beautiful mountain river into a mud slough, inimi cal to health, property and comfort. L • ■ i The Time Has Come Friendly to Mines When the owners of those should be impressed with the unwill ingness of the people of thé Belt val ley to tolerate this condition longer. The people have always been and still are friendly to the mining inter ests. They have no desire to put the mining industry out of business. mines ? V .-g ■i. WATCH FOR DATE OF THE BIO X - w The Co^»peratiom of the Whole Belt Valley is Re quired to Win Success. The Co-operation of the Whole Belt Valley is Re quired to Win Success. A G t, y MB m -V Mi»» Lain» Auren has resigned her position as teacher of the Wayne school. Mr». A. M. Macauley visited at the Gillette ranch on Tuesday. 2 which is good compared with some in the neighboring territory. Clarence Feltman made a business trip to Higfawood Monday. NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNER.« Notice is hereby given that the council of the City of Belt, Montana, ha« passed a resolution, No. 136, tossing all real estate in Special 1rs provenant District No. 9 in the City of Beit, Montana, for the estimated coat of maintaining the electric light* in iaid district for the year 1929 and part of 1926. The résolution levying and ing the coat of said improvmMBli on file in the office of the city tint subject to inspection for a period of five days from and after the publica tion of this notice. IE The council of the City of Bale, Montana, will be in regular snasimi in the council chambers of the City Hall on Thursday, the 3rd day of September, 1926, at the hour of 7:80 o'clock p. m., at which time and place 1 i they will baar objections to tlw float i passage and adoption of the above j described resolution. By order of the council of the City \ of Belt. Montana. (Signed) LEO. C. GRAYBILL, City Cterk. NOTICE TO WATER USERS Complaint haa been made that ear- == tain partie« are using water for ir- Er ri gallon out of hours. Irrigation 1« ***** permitted only from six to nine la EE the evening, and then only through ***** nozzles. Meter upen excepted. Vio EE lation of this ordinance will result In = arrest and fine. CITY WATER BOARD DR. A. M. MACAULEY Physician A Sorg« Offices 714-716 First Nat. Bank Bldg. Pkone 4274 Great Falla i '■ •( •(• + .;• + + + <« + <■ <» t •> WHEN IN GREAT FALLS 4 —Eat at the— 4 4 4 Club Cafeteria « 4 Get what you want— * Pay for what you get Splendid Cooks v"* 1 -* ;n 4444 + 4 + 4 + 4 + 4 4 + 44 311 + ♦is m HJj ft TRADE IN BELT " CAMPAIGN M PARTNERS IN PROSPERITY ■ Yon and Belt are partners in prosper! t>.,J If Belt, your town prospéra, you profit. This is simple legte. You hare made this your heme; your interests are here. As Belt grows, as its business develops, in a like degree grow the benefits of the community for yourself and family. Keep your money where your interest Ike. You earn your money here, spend it here. When yon patronize out-of-town merchants the money which you spend will never be used towards the growth of your town. When yon spend it here, you invest it. And the investment will pay dividends in making Belt a better place in which to live. The prosperity of Belt is assured, if you make it a point always to Buy From Your Home Merchants McCONKEY MERCANTILE CO. BELT FARMERS MILL & ELEVATOR COMPANY BELT HARDWARE CO. N. H. BROWNING NEW DRUG CO. THE WARDE-VAN DIKE CO. E. H. SUNDERMIER Jeweler and Optician THE PIONEER GARAGE THE NEIHART LUMBER CO. CASH MEAT MARKET D. Colgan, prop. A. N. PRATHER HAMMENT BROTHERS F ARMERS & MINERS STATE BANK ANDREW VELEB1R CHAS. H. DAHL IT PAYS TO BUY IN BELT!!!