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Neihart Lumber Company
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As You Like It
Ask for your favorite brand .
of tobacco, cigars or cigarettes.
WE HAVE THEM
A fine assortment of candies
from a two-pound box with
which to placate your wife or
sweetheart to a five-cent bar for
Billiard and Pool
Tables in Excell
ent Condition .
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A. N. Prather
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Your check in payment of obligation* or in mak
ing purchase* i* your certificate of membership in
the huge circle of people who do business in a
Other people prefer to receive your check in
' doing business, for a check is the most easily
handled form of cash.
Start paying by check today. It's the conven
ient, proper way.
Farmers & Miners
Local Items of Belt
I Louis Clergy is considerably iroprov
I ed this week from the illness which
1 has kept him in bed for two weeks
it is. thought that with other compti-;
caions he had a slight case of pneu
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Mrs. Maud Appleyard is home from
Dillon where she took a special course
this summer. Her name is found In
the honor roll of students. She will
leave for Cascade soon where she will
teach in the Junior High School de
partment. ~~ e '
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iday «8«*tmg m stock shipments and
j drove home a fine bunch of yearling»,
i J. W. Leland and B. F. Burfening
Norman Parker was in town Tues
B ^ B ,
the forest ranger of Logging creek
j were accompamcd to Tenderfoot
j creek by W. C. Blomquist the last of
the week Mr. Blomquist returned
the next day but left his companion.
there to enjoy the fishing. The
over from Logging creek was made
on horseback. '
Earl Healey made a business trip
to the Geyser section yesterday. He
was accompanied by G. W. Stoffe»
and W. C. Blomquist.
Numerous prairie Tire» have occur
ed the paat week. Two of these oh
Otter creek have destroyed much
range, a small amount of grain and
have caused the farmen a lot of
heavy work keeping the damage from
assuming large proportions,
first fire burned over several hundred
acres in the neighborhood of the An
drew Kivi ranch and the fire Tues
day gave Marry end Homer Arm
strong a lot of trouble. A fire start
ed in the Tiger Butte country at the
Mrs. Porter ranch burned over seven
ty five acres and
a few feet of a grain field. The
of the men in that section were assist
ing in fighting It. The later »ras un
questionably a cigarette fire.
John Sweeney bad to stop thresh.
crop yesterday afternoon. This wheat |
had been heeded.
The Gillette threshing rig is work- f
ing in th (-neighborhood of Waltham.
Byron was in town Tuesday night and j
reported that crops in that section are
averaging about 20 bushels although ]
some is going higher. A rack driven
too close to the big belt got tangled I
up with it and ruined it necessitating i
the purchase of another. They are '
continuing »wish »rith the patched up
affair while the new one is coming.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Joscelyn Jr.
drove through to Great Falla yester
Mat Urich, Joe Hendrick and John
Yaklich »»ere seen in Belt this week.
The Knights of Pythia» are an
es at the K. P. ha
Mable and Martha Atkinson have
^gltoir social danc
fTon Saturday night
sister, Mr». Leon McConkey.
Tony Falter, well known business
man of Neihart »ras a welcome visit
or at the Times Office yesterday. On
Saturday night hr will show at the
Lyric Theatre in Neihart the Gloria
S»ran»on picture, "Bluebeard» Eighth
Threshermen's books on sale at the
Herman Taki «ras transacting busi
in Belt yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Erasmus Nelson wer»!
shopping in Belt stores Wednesday
Lena McCoy »ras a Belt visitor yes-,
Mrs G, W. Stufe! and Bernice vi»
Red in Great Falls from Friday to|
G. W. Stuff el, Jr. who has been
spending part of his vacation with
Red Me Anally was brought home
Monday quite ill aa the rsault of eat
ing too many cbohecherric* He
want* to go back right a»ray because
he has a trout in the horsetroogh at
the ranch and he i» afraid that some
of the varmints in this sei tion »rill
may get to the trout first.
Jack Poland has turned his old re
liable Chevrolet into a truekand is
still doing business at the old stand.
C. E- Ritey. well kno»rn in Belt
■hank- is in town again
having accepted a position in the Pio
with H. Morrow. Mi.
no introduction to Bek
people who will remember him as e
former m«ehar»ic at ike Ford Garage
mtd ftenrey were in
Jim Nader aad mm of Lower Belt
has udt yet
•Hteee be aoeom^mrd
! O.MING: Modem machinery for
Manchester's cleaning and pressing es
tnhlishment. This will be installed
within two weefa^||
Sheriff Kelly of Judith Basin coun-1
ty was in Bolt yesterday on official
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Armstrong and
family were shopping here Wednes
fc nt 'f trip to Belt yesterday,
Miss Pauline Yurko, assistant-cash
ier of the First National Bank and
Mrs. Paul Zemanek made a short bus
ir ..... trip to Great FaUa yes terday,
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Disher made
C E. Rose of Neihart was in Bell
I Monday. He reporta the sale of his
mcat nlark#t , t Neihart to Mr , W * r .
rin>f *, n Mr Warrinfton is tere ^
^ uke chw imme diately.
News has been received of the mar
riaWf of Mary Pattsner to p, H . p,*.
triply of Seward| Aluaka at ^ p^.
Th( , i etter co^yj^ ^ in fo im8 tlon
gives no further word about Mr. Pet
ersan. Everyone feels slighted. Mary
should have told us all about him.
Leonard Ledbetter and wife of Nei
hart are visiting at the home of Oecat
Junkemeier. Mr. Ledbetter is a UAo
type operator and has just come from
Moorhead, Minn, where he has been
employed. He is the son of Deputy
Sheriff Ledbetter of Neihart.
Mr. and Mrs. Leon McConkey and
family of Warrick have arrived for
the winter. Mr. McConkey »rill re
sume his former place in the store.
Soon after the first of the month
Joe Morris »rill uke his first vaca
tion in five yean. He will go to the
ranch in the Bear Parra end grow fa«
Cattle and riding fence.
Born on Wednesday the 19th to Mr.
and Mrs. H. Thompson a daughter. J
Tom ssys that he now has two hired,
men and his »rife will have two cooks 1
to help them.
On Monday at Geraldine the Rosa
ad. Loss $50,000.
The B>K Fqur went on a fishing ex- 1
Wednesday. They said they
wnaW 5 return on Wednesday but arc
not expected. The reason why they Î
expected is because they took
^ ver * Rn ^ touring car when they
"bould have taken a five-ton. truck. '
Thi- °P <nion ""F y°« r approval
* len y° Q understand that the Big
oar consists of Red Prather, Ole
Gulden and Ed. Sunder
meter. They went to the Diverskm
Dam. What show »rill a poor fish
have against an aggregation like
METHODIST CHURCH NOTES
Harry T. 6tong, pastor.
•Maming worship at 11 o'clock. Ssr
n4»n by the pastor. Subject, The Sanc
tuary as a Pillar of the Nation.
This win bo a big day in our church.
T^e sacrament of the Lord's supper,
wtil be administered. Those desiring
to unite in fellowship »rith the church ;
»»ill be recei»*ed. Sacrifices »rill bei
made by way of bringing in ail the!
money pledged for the year, and by,
making other special contribution» so
our obligations. Every |
member and friend of the church are
earnestly urged to be present for this
*. Evening service at 8 o'clock. The
meeting will consist of a song service,
a trip through Glacier National Park
' (by movie) and a sermon by the pas
Official board meeting Sunday
night after regular sendee,
Prayer meeting Thursday evening
at g o'clock.
Sunday school at 10 o'clock,
The Kpwwrth League »rill have a
"pot tack" supper Sunday evening at
g o'clock Bring something, anything
f rom »trawberrte» to saur kraut, but
whether you bring anything
or not, be
Regular League devotions! meeting
at 7 o'clock.
"A house is where the human being
Ms his most intimste relationship»;
the house of God is the place when.
the human being has his most Inti
mate relatiotisliips »rith God."
_trustees of School District No.
57 Belt, Montana »rill receive seated
bids for furnishing and delivering •
tons of lump coal to the achoolhouae*
also 2 ategte cords of wood split ready
sand cteanb« rieten» and haul
ing water for school year.
Bids must be to bands of clerk at
« p- at, August 2®, 192ft
imp« Hrt it
dart Ote Ne.
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Find Satisfaction In
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$ 29 . 50 .
-SHOES AND FURNISHINGS
By order of the Meyer and CHy
Sunday school t o'eieek p. as.
First Mass 8 o'clock a. as.
$8 RBWAED $5
bieh at say place within the CHy Lia
Ha is hereby prohibited, except where
written permission is first secured
from Mayer er Clash, tft reward arid
Lee C Grey MU. CHy Clark.
ST. MASK'S CATHOLIC CHUM
High Maas 10:80 A. M.
Benediction 7:80 P. M. ~
In connection with the Royal Tailors line of auita, made
to order, we have secured the line of The Chicago Woolen
Mills samples considered the best line at a uniform price
of $32.60 for full suit- Over two hundred samples to se
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Sunburst Powerized Gasolene
THE GASOLINE WITH PEP
If you have a favorite tire aalt for it. we handle «even
of the leading varieties.
Champion, A. C. Sparkplug*—Ajax Tubes
When your car needs repairing we will give you
our candid opinion based upon years of experience.
COLGAN'S GISH MEAT MARKET
Beef, by front ........
Beef, by side ..
. 9c lb
, .35c lb
Morrell '« Pride Skinned Ham* Sfe
Harvey A. Anderson of Bonner am»
in'town Monday and Tuesday to look
after his rach interests on Willow
creek. He was one of those who grub
staked Luoma, Andrew Kiri, Louis
Denn and others »»hen they located
and patented the claims an Yoga
Safety. Several of the origins) own
After September First our herber
•hope will close at ft p m, exc ep t on
they »rill dose it
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