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VARN1»
Never A Heel-Mark
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ALK on it!—that's what it's made for!
Spill hot or cold water on it—it won't turn
white.
Suprexnis was the first varnish made especially for
use on floors—and, take our word for it, no other
floor varnish gives such lasting satisfaction.
What have you that needs varnish—a floor, a door,
a boat's deck? There's a special du Pont Varnish
for every special purpose. Come in and let us tell
you the beat way to do the job.
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PREPARE FOR
WINTER
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Remember the long winter evenings when you are shut
off from the outside world.
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Why be lonely and discontented when you can enjoy high
class music, speeches, church and fun at your fireside
INSTALL AN
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RADIO
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Demonstration machine at my residence. If you are inter
ested call and hear it.
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An Exchange
For Your Profit
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When you exchange fifty dollars in currency for
one of our fifty dollar certificates of deposit, it is
as if you exchanged fifty dollars for fifty dollars
plus 5 per cent.
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For idle funds, for savings, for cash accumulations
of any kind, the safe, sensible, profitable place is
in one of these certificates.
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Farmers & Miners
State Bank
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Local Items of Belt
and Vicinity
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Mrs. Nathan Coster visited in Great
Falls Tuesday.
Miss Lulu Johnson of Belt Butte
eras a visitor in town Wednesday.
Mrs. Schreoder, Mrs. Venier and
Mrs. Phil Leveille visited at the Beau*
dry ranch on Tuesday
Mat Maki, Finish carpenter, has
been working on the sanitarium all
summer and came to Beit Tuesda y
for a little relaxation from bis loca
tion on Highwood creek.
The Sale at the Calone ranch on
lat Monday was well attended and
was most satisfactory to the owners.
N. T. Lease of Greot Falls was out
Wednesday morning to attend the
: regular monthly meeting of the direc
tors of the Farmers and Miners Bank.
It is reported that "Chuck" King
;and Mrs. O. H. Johnson played a
pracical joke on one of our well
known business men yesterday. The>
got a lot of fun out of it.
Mrs. Lawrence Butts came out
from Great Falls Tuesday to have
some dental work done. She is visit
ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Wpods at the same time.
James Guinn of Idaho has been in
j this vicinity for a week and was In
town Tuesday with Prank Shirleyj
greeting old friends. As soon as he
has rented hie place he expect* to
return to Idaho.
The Parent-Teachers Association
met in the Auditorium last evening.
A program of songs, speeches, instru
mental numbers and readings were
given. An opportunity was given at)
of the large number present to meet
the new teachers. A light lunch WM
served. The {Resident of the organi
sation, Mrs. Minnie Browning preaid
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The Pythian Theatre has been sold
by N T. Wilson to Raymond Robbins
of Glasgow. Montana Mr. Robb«.
« an experienced man in the busimms
and anU pmaonally take
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t.me N. T. Wilson will continue to
have charge. Mr Robbins » «com
mended to the community of B*H a.
a man of worth and integrity Who vrtîl
add something to the community life.
Mrs. Samuelson entertaineo very
pleasantly at her home Tuesday af
ternoon, The occasion being he. birth
day. The afternoon was spend in do
ing fancy work A devious lunch
was served bv the hostess. Mrs.
Samuelson received many useful and
pretty remembrances. Those present
were Mes. Dahl. Gustafson, Borg,
Johnson. Venfel, Mrs. Alf Johnson
and Misses Villa Browning and Ebbe
Johnson. In parting all wished Mrs.
Samuelson's birthday came more 0 f_
ten than once a year, and thankful
that she wasn't bom in Leap Yea.,
A very pretty wedding occurred at
the home of Wm. McCafferty last ev
ening when Laura McCafferty was
united in marriage to Percy Sovereign
of Lower Belt. - -
The house was Usefully decorated
for the occasion and all the member.
of the family were present as well
La—a_faw very eW friend s. ^
Totten of the First Presbyterian
church of Great Falls was unavuid
ably detained and did not arrive until
nearly ten o'clock *
The bride is the daughter of Mr
and Mrs Wm. McCafferty of Lower
Belt an dhas grown up in thi. vicin
■ She has been an able and pop
ity.
alar clerk in the Dahl and McCon
key stores since leaving school. Th.
grcom and his widowed mother re
side on the Soveriegn ranch at the
month of Willow creek which he has
been managing since the death of his
father. The happy couple will make
their home on Lower Belt and have
the best wishes of the entire commun- 1
ity for happiness and prosperity.
ST. LUKES EPISCOPAL CHURCH;
Sunday October 18th. St. Lake's ;
Day
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Church School at 1Ö A. M.
Communion at 11 A. M.
ST. MARK'S CATHOLIC CHURCH
Sunday school 2 o'clock p. m.
First Mass 8 o'clock a. m.
High Mass 10:80 A. M.
Benediction 7:30 P. M.
When in Great Falls cat at th»
A GOOD PLACE TO EAT
The Best of Service
ioc Segla. Prop.—216 ( entrai
, Phone 68«4
Avc.
Sam Hill of Little Belt made a buai
vms trip to town Tuesday.
Mr. Waldo spent Saturday at the
count y seat,
Wes IntoralU has added a radio to
his well established business.
Lem McCoy of Spring creek was
a business visitor in our city Toes
day.
When in Great Falls store your car
at the Ludwig Garage. Complete'
service.
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Dr. Graybeal can sit at home and 1
"fisten in" from now on. It wifi stand i
people in hand to take sick for
awhile at least.
' Ed Liebetrau was In town Monday. [
The ranchers in his section are Jub
| fiant over the now road which makes
then easily accessible to Belt and
Cheat Falls.
Mr. and Mrs. Axil Berg are mov
ing to town this week from the ranch
hope is held fbr his recovery,
Wm. P. Pilgeram, deputy state land
a>frnt has been working north of Har
i em for the last month when the
weather permitted which was not of
ten as they have had worse weather
if possible than in Cascade County.
They plan on making their home fr»
the time being with Mrs. Berg'*
mother.
Orbin Brower who was injured in
an automobile accident near Neihan.
•ome week ago was operated upon
but since his back was broken little
An error crept into the published
report of the Farmers and Miners
State Bank last week through the
fault of the printer. Instead of the
item "Notes and Bills Rediscounted
$27,470.7«" the statement should
have read "Notes and Bills redisconn
ted_ none.
The statement la
published correctly in this issue.
A apecial Khool ^ mMti
^ for eveni * CO n«id
„ the wwtioyl of balldl a nBW
^ blMkMnith ihop for ^
hi *fc Kho ° l this year. It was docid
^ ^ defer ^ matter OBtl| ^ tter
timcg . , t ig ^ , nUnt|on of ^
^ * inatall , Wow on ^ ^
nace8 fa the auditorium to aid in
heJttin(? that baildi
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J 1 * ** rvlcat th * Christian
chuF<;h 8p,endid ' Th ° w xrho are
' «ttend.ng are missing a wonder
ful spi,dt ? al trMt - Monday evening
J?® 8o1 ^* were *"*"* «njoyed/s
111080 Uk "* part wm Mr8 ' Buohan
a " «" d Harry Browning with his
j 1 «> ,e " did ba88 voice -***** the male
f"** of Great Fa " 8 plan 0,1 >in «
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The L° f o W C. Blomquist. re-,
ee.vc-r of the State Bank was com
plcted the first of the week and wa*
15^"
Un< ^ r . advl8ement Jud * e
Pray A deci8,on 18 not ex P« r ^ d ^
t ^ rt 3 r ^ becnxxMe of the mass'
of ^ence which the judge must re-,
A b ° nd ' n » ™
** ^ ° n U * Uckhart
for ,10 ' 000 '
Aboot the time that thi * P*P*r
come8 . off J ho pro88 ^ ba8eba " ^
^ will be dended whether to the
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tins ^ . on i _ the n ^ 1 B,do or not -
• telephone call was sent to one of
£* m th * * ih * r ***** opt ' ra f or in -
* or ? e 5 * e . ca " in « tflat H W8H
doubt,ul wbether 8h * c, ' uld * et the
party 88 he was out ,n the * treel
waving his arms.
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Say! Mister Man
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How about that winter overcoat. We have got just what
you want at prices yon can afford to pay
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$ 25.00 - $ 30.00 - $ 35.00
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These costs are made by David Adler & Sons and Lanphcr
Sk inner. Nothing better on the market, coate In and lei
us show you these coats- They will more than please yen.
Everyone is guaranteed.
Do not forget our underwear department, which is com
plete. We have one lot of men's pure wool and one lot of
50 per cent wool. Size» 38-40-42. These are salesmen's
samples but in A 1 condition at 25 per cent lem than
regular prices.
COME IN BEFORE THEY ARE ALL GONE
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11.50
Boys heavy ribbed union salts at
Mens wool hose, salesmen's samples 25 per cent teas than
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regular price
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Ham ment Brothers
QUALITY MADE—PRICED RIGHT
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Cool-DRINKS-Cool
SERVED AT OUR
Soda Fountain
Ice Cream
As You Like It
Ask for your favorite brand
of tobacco, cigars or cigarettes.
WE HAVE THEM
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A fine assortment of candies
from a two-pound box with
which to placate your wife or
sweetheart to a five-cent bar for
yourself.
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Billiard and Pool
Tables in Excell
ent Condition .
BARNEY'S
Proprietor
A. N. Prather
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JEM AND JAM SAYS
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jiji Oh Yes! You Can Do It
who'll tell you It can't be done.
There are tho
There are tho
There are thousands to point ont to yon one by one
The dangers that watt to aaaail yon.
But last buckle in with a hit of grift
Then take off your coat and go to it;
Just start in to sing as you tackle the thing
Thai can't be done, and you'll do it.
We add a Une to say the thing you want to tackle is
s who prophesy failure;
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WALK TO DAHL'S AND SAVE DOLLARS!
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Mr. and Mrs, B. 8. Barker of Fife
drove in Wednesday morning on a
business errand.
Ed Sundcrmeicr made a burines*
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^ Henderson and Leonard Sev
erson of Warrick visited at the Mor
lie home Sunday.
Mrs. Wm. Fluhr was a sufferer last
week from too close contact with pois
on ^ ^ „
lUrry ^kitwon and Ellen Maid
of Little Belt were married Tuesdayl
in Great Fall, by Justice of the Peace
C A, Wilson.
^ Mr, and Mrs. Dan Keacb of War
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hwme ******* on their way New
Mexico.
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Oreat Falls passed through Belt Wed
n t 8d " y the r Way Nelhart
v/her * the * wiH atUsm P t to 3ecure
Fume venison.
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THIS WEEK -
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One Pair of Leather-Faced
Jersey Glove» FREE With
Each 11« Cash Purchase
OR
One Broom For 26c With
Each $10 Cash Purchase
5 1b Jam
85c
McCONKEY MERC.
BELT, MONTANA

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