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BELT VALLEY TIMES
8. A. RMimpoi, Editor
Ü • Year im Advowee

dtajNNidi %e dise es
AiMritM trm M A Para I«.
ASvartlwag laratMlahr.
PUBLISHED EACH THURSDAY AT BELT. MONT.. BY 8. A REMINGTON
R, H. BEMIS, Postmaster
When a dty
competent and efficient public officers very
Bttk la heard of the natter because of the fact that everyone la in
satisfactory service as included In his "Bill ot
to look
Sektan fe a word of appreciation said and In this respect news
deserve theér «tort of criticism for It Is easy to take thing«
tar granted and to forgot that a word of praise or acknowledg*
in Often appreciated
Among oar pabUr officiate la our poetroastrr whose task la to sec
that oar mail reaebes os la good time and In good condition. That
the service la satisfactory Ia proved conclusively beca
at the ab
of complaints. The prompt and careful service which wo
hare been receiving Is known and appreciated by afl irrespective of
pefltieal alignments. The term for which R. H. Bernte was appoin
ted la drawing to a close. Since the Republican party la ia power
contrôle the patronage there ia little question that he will be
reappointed for another four-year terra. That this will please Bell
people Is unquestioned. When you have efficiency in office, al
though we arc slow to make our desires known, any change is re
garded with suspicion and the knowledge that the present incum
bent ia to remain our post-master will be received with a feeling of
approval after which we will forget all about it for four years
which is proof positive that the office ia in worthy hands.
KEEP SMILING
Continuous disagreeable weather has been the lot of Montana
for thirty daya. For two weeks it waa taken as a Joke. The mois
tare was welcomed and the enforced idleness considered a vaca
tion. The next two weeks were harder to endure and various phe
have been noticed. Tempers were short and the ones usu
aBy optimistic and carefree have been carrying around countenan
ces of gloom.
The women have beca affected aa well aa the men who have
able to meet the men down town. Bat the housewives whose
floors have been continually tracked up and who have in addition,
bothered by the children who hâve been compelled to play in
doetu, have had relatively the harder time.
Some men may hare had to throw their cape in through the
first to find the temper of the epouee, but the grouch
door at hi
will probably find that other* have been having more cause for un
kappkMNM than he. ,
Smiles are the keys that open the world to happiness. Their
value is never lost and when the skies arc murky and the world
looks blue, a cheerful smile and a bright fire will make life worth
Using after all.
MINING APPLICATION NO. 0660661
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United States Land Office, Great
ftlle, Montana. September 11. 1926.
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Havre—Cattle shipments tor one
week total 260 cars, and wheat 400
ears, on Montana Division of Orest
Northem .
Troy—Liberty mine installs air
compressor for heavy development
work.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: that
Thomas Westgard, whose post office
address Is 1628 Central Avenue, Great
Falls, Montana, has made application
for patent to the Mill Rock, Jose
phlne, Thomas Ediaon and Blake
Quarts Lode Mining Claims, Survey
No. 10482 in unsurveyed Township 14
North, range 8 east, M. P. M. in Net
hart (Unorganised) Mining District,
Cascade County. Montana, described
as follows:
MILL ROCK LODE: Beginning at
Corner No. 1, from whirh U. S L. M.
3992 bears 8. 28 degrees 41 minutes
28 seconds east 4792. 41 ft running
thence N. 68 degrees 26 minutes west
1600 ft. to Corner No. 2; thence N.
19 degrees 4 minutes east 600 ft to
Comer Number 8; thence S. 68 do.
gr ee s 26 minutes east 1600 feet to
Gamer No. 4; thence S. 16 degree*
4 minutes west 900 feet to the point
place of baglm^ng, containing an
surea of 20.484 acres claimed.
JOSEPHINE LODE; Boginning at
Comer Number I, from which U. S. L.
M. 8992 hoars 8. IS d eg r e ss 18 mfoi
84 seconda oast 41*1.78 feet; run
Number 2;
4600 feet to
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minute« east
900 feet to Corner Number 8; then««
8. 82 degree# 19 minute* east 1600
feet to Comer Humber 4; thence 8
27 degrees 44 minutes west 900 feet
9» the paint or place of beginning,
containing an nr«* of 20.991 acres ot
w h ich .091 acres are in conflict with
Survey No. 10482, Mill Rock Lode, and
4-829 acres are in conflict with Sur
vey No. 10482 Thomas Edison Lode,
not claimed in toe Josephine.
THOMAS EDISON LODE Begin
ning at Comer Number t, from which
U. S. L. M mm bears 8. IS
4» minutes east 8768.18 feet; running
thence N- 71 degree* 89 minute« west
IS«© fmt to Com« Number 8; thenc«
N p d*jp»« 4 minutes east 900 feet
atm it *b*»«e S. ?s de
#«*•* séte#Mi east 18Ö0 feet to
■ibeMtov llte# 4? 9. 18 de.
grees 4 minutes west 800 feet to the
point or place of beginning; contain
an area of 20.661 acre# .of which .163
acre, are in conflkt with Survey No.
tk « kJT n x a "° 6
RI^A (f F lonp Beirinnln at Gor
BLAKE L p i / : Bea ' "« R / -V
8M2 N hüm s' ^10"decrees «' minutel
48 second, east 3866 27 f M t runninc
48 seconds east 3366.27 feet, running
800 n fLt I te 2 r^mIr*NumW n 9 U th^
N 69 de^ees 10 minTte^
N, 59 degree 10 1 1 1500
p** 1 . to Con !* r ^' u *|b* r 8 ' tbcacp # 8 '
26 degrees 20 minute, east 600 feet
to Corner Number 4; thence S 69 do
grees 10 minutes west 1600 feet to
the point or place of beginning; con
taining an area of 20.598 acres, of
which 629 acres are in conflict with
Survey No. 4227, Foster Lode, not
claimed; adjoining and conflicting
claims are as follows; MILL ROCK:
On the northeast the Josephine Lode;
on the east the Thomas Edison Lode,
both Sur. No. 10482; JOSEPHINE: on
the southwest the Mill Rock Lode, on
the South the Thomas Edison Lode,
both Survay No, 10482; THOMAS ED
ISON; On the east the Blake Lode
on the north the Josephine Lode; on
the west the Mill Rock Lode, ali Sur.
vey No. 10482; BLAKE; on the west
the Thomas Edison Lode Survey No.
10482 and the Footer Lode, Survey
No. 4227; on the south the Alke No.
Survey No. 10009; Henderson and
Smith Lode, No. 10486 lies south of
but does not adjoin the Mül Rock
Certificates and amended Certificates
Location are recorded in the office
the County Clark and Recorder of
Cascade County, Montana, as follow«.
MILL ROCK LODE, in book 7 of to
cations, page 472. and in book 10 of
locations, page 412; JOSEPHINE
LODE: in book 7 of locations, page
474; THOMAS EDISON LODE, hi
book 7 of locations, page 471, and in
book 10 of locations, page 416;
BLAKE Lode in book 7 of locations,
page 489. and book 10 of location«,
page 418.
Notice posted on claim, August 27,
1986.
Hill county will market five
loads of holiday turkeys this year,
! and poultrymen will establish cooper
Bynum—Contract let at |804,847
for finishing irrigation project. Total
cost will be about $600,000.
ative market for all poultry products.
W. E. BENNETT.!
Regster |
(First Publication Sept 17, 1926.)
(Last publication Nov. 12, s pg i py
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NOTICE FOE PUBLICATION
(Noa-Coal)
Department of the Interior, U,
Land Office at Great Falla, Montan«.
October 9, 1926.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Jeremiah J. Ke Hoher, of Monarch,
Montana, who on August 7, 1920.
made Home»toad Entry, No. 051998,
for Section 17, Township
17 N., Range 7E, P M. M. Meridian,
haa filed notice of Intention to
three year proof. to establish
to the land above described, before
Register, U. 8. Land Office, at Qraax
Falla, Montana, on the 1st day
December, 1926.
Claimant names aa witnesses;
Jeremiah C. Ke Usher and John
Ke lieber of Monarch, Montana. John
M. Tree Icier and Mhck Preston ot
Great Falla, Montana.
Non-coal land.
W. E. BENNETT,
EsgÉUr.
MINING APPLICATION NO. 666666
United States Land Office, Great
Falls. Montana. September 11, 1926.,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN; that
R. E. Paine of Boston, Massachusetts,
by hi* Attomey-ln-fact Thomas West
gsrd of Great Falls, Montana, ha*
filed in the United States Land Of
fice at Great Palls, Montana, his ap
plication for patent to the Paine
Quartz Lode Mining Claim, S ur v e y
No. 10618, in unsurveyed T 14 N, B 8
E, M. P. M. in Neihart (Unorganised)
Mining District, described as follows:
Beginning at Corner No. 1 from
which U, 8. L. M. 8692 bears N. 81
degrees 66 minutes 10 seconds
4479.11 feet; running thence 8. 44
degrees 68 minutes west 1497.6 feel
to Comer No. 2 thence N. 69 degress
87 minutes West 669,2 feet to Cor
ner No. 8; thence North 44 degrees
68 minutes East 1497A feet to Ow
ner No. 4; thence South 69 degrees
3'? minute» East 669.2 feet to
point or plaoe of beginning contain
ing an area of 20.621 acres.
Certificate* and amended Certifl
cates of location are recorded in book
10 of locations, page 18; and book if
of locations, page 402, in the office
of the County Clerk and Recoreder
of Cascade County. Notice of appli
cation for patent was posted on the
premises on the 3rd day of September
1926.
Survey No. 10476 North Carolins
Lode adjoins on the East.
U. S. Lnnd Ufflcs nt Great F«iu
Montana September 11th 1925
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NOTIrF M hfrfrv rrvirv te.»
^ ot oSaZ
Montana, who, on November 26. 1921.'
mRd * Homest ** d No. 062669.
«for SWKSEQ. EfcSEQ Section 32.
NW * SW *' SWttNW*. Section 33.
Town8hi P 21 N .. Range 8E, P, M. M.
^ fi | ed notice of j ntant i on ^ make
tHrW yMr pr °° f ' Mtabli8h c,Rim to
th9 ,#nd describ « d - before Har
old Roudebush, Clerk of the Court, at
(Fort Bonton. Montana, on the 11th
(1 Novembari 1926
wi tnes.e«.
1 1 aimant names as witnesses.
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W. E. BENNETT,
Register.
(First publication Sept. 17, 1925.)
(Last publication Nov. 12, 1926.)
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
(Non-coal)
Arthur H. Lucas, George E. Streit,
James E. Cheatham, Richard Whar
arm ali of High wood. .fy/K
W. E. BENNETT. I
_Register.
Miles City—Wheat prices run from
10 to 20 cents above those of 1921. '
Havre—(Sty ho« now $7,000 street
lighting system in use.
BELT ELECTRIC
SERVICE STATION
John Poland, Prop.
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E. J. MARQUARDT, Prep*
Repairing and WeMIng—Hectoteua Gib—Hi Power Gas
A large stock of tires and tubes
FREE! FREE! FREE!
Got a card and when the punches show that you hqpe
spent $10.90 at I he Fixit Shop, you are entitled to one
high dass photograph of your wife, child, or your sweet
heart at the
ECKLAND STUDIO. GT. FALLS
ASK FOB A CARD
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MINING APPLICATION MO,
United States Land Office, Great
Palls, Montana September U, 1928.
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
R. E Paisa of Boston, Maaaachaaette,
by hia Attorney-in-fact Thomas West
gard, of Great Falla, Montana
filed in the office of the United States
Land Office at Great Falla. Montana
hi* application for patent to the Iron
Cap Quarts Lode Mining Claim Sur
vey No. 10619, hi nnaorreyed town
»hip 14 north of range % east M
M. in Neihart I Unorganized) Mining
District, Cascade County, Montana,
described as follows:
feet and running thence south 80 de
grees 36 minutes west 1600 feat
Corner No. 2; thence North 69 de
grees 47 minutes west 609.8 feet
Comer No. 8; thence North 30 de
grees 86 ruinate* east 1600 feet to
Comer No. 4; (hence south 69 de
green 47 minutes east 609.8 feet
The point or place of beginning; eon
ta i ning mi area of 20.656 acre# or
Which 2.781 seres are in conflict with
survey No, 8906 Silver Knight Tern
plar Lode, not claimed. Certificates
and amended Certificates of location
are recorded in book 10 of locations,
page 32 and book 10 of locations,
page 421 in the office of the County
Clerk and Recorder of Cascade Cour
Beginning at Corner No. I from
which U.' S. u M. 8692 bean North
66 degrees 17 minutes Esst 7962.1
ty. Notice of application for patent
was posted on the premises on the
3rd day of September, 1926. Survey
No. 4307 Boneto Lode adjoins Iron
Cap on North; Survey No. 8906 Sil
ver Knight Templar Lode adjoins and
conflicts on East.
W. E. BENNETT.
Register.
(First publication Sept. 17, 1926.)
(Last publication Nov. 12, 1926.)
MINING APPLICATION NO. 666667
U. S, Lead Office, Greet Falla,
Montana, September 11, 1926.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN; that
E. Paine of Boston, Massachusetts
ky his attorney in fact Thomas West
yard of Great Falls, Montana, ha»
filed in the United States Land Office
at Great Falls, Montana, his applica
tion for patent to the Julius Caesar
Quartz Lode Mining Claim, Survey
No. 10617, in unsdrveyed T 14 N, R 8
M. P. M. in Neihart (Unorganized»
Mining District, described as follows:
Beginning at Comer No. 1 from which
U. S. L. M 3692 bears North 78 de
grees 39 minutes 48 seconds East
3342.1 feet; running thence south 4s
degrees 53 minutes west 1880 feet to
Comer No. 2; thence North 44 de
grees 38 minutes west 600 feet to Ooi
nor No. 3; thence North 44 degrees
53 "»inutes east 1380 feet to Corner
No * 4 = ***•"« 8<luth 44 W
min. east 600 ft. to the point or place«
of beginning containing an area oti
10008 * •*** 148
in con#lict with Surve y No ' 10478
Copper Queen Lode, not claimed. Cer.;
tificates and amended Certificates of
recorded in book 10 oi |
»«*tk>ns. page 40 and In book 10 ot
locations page 404 in the office of the
County Clerk and Recorder of Cas
<* d * ^unty. Notice of appheatkm
tm Patent was posted on the prera
>*•. on the 3rd day ofSeptember, 192Ô.
Adjoining and conflicting claims are }
Survp X No. 10476, North ;
DR. A. M. MACAULEY
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Offices
714-716 First Nat. Bank Bldg.
Phone 4274 Great Falls
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STOVE REPAIRS
Water Backs, Water Frosts sad
Furnace Repairs of All Kiodo.
Great Falla Sieve Repair Works
799 Central Avenue
HOME COMFORTS
(Con. from page 1)
Making Goad CUiscMfcip
If we want Beit to bo a city
homes, owned by those occupying
them, we moat provide the magnet
to attract this clam of citizens The
independence of a town that la largely
aelfsnffichig, that patronizes it* boom
merchant« and that own no divided
allegiance to a distant metropolis,
just what provides this attraction. A
man who builds a home at his own is
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no "bird of
tar it he did not
expeet to remain permanently he
would defer building until he reached
some place he liked better. He «mete
his lot of life with this community,
and ft is likely that the genera
tion following him will likewise bo
come a fixture, because the planning
of each citizenship is certain to build
op a community that can hold in own
with any In this part of the state,
jin the midst of s no less secure
to'present. The way is plain, so that
all who have the welfare of Belt
heart may do their bit in making this
period of reconstruction a permanent
step forward in the up-building of
Belt.
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Glasgow—State will sell 36,000
land in Valley county, October
. «a
Belt faces a secure future. It is
Joplin—Modem Woodmen will
| bu -j < j
new hall, t oreplace one recently
burned .
Authorization for 13-mile railroad
extension in Missoula county, Mont
ana to serve large timber operations
of Anaconda Copper Mining Co., ap
plied for.
Caroline Lode, adjoins ou the north
west; Survey No. 10478, Copper Queen
Lode adjoins and conflicts on the
north; Survey No. 10474, OU Crow
adjoins on the northeast; Survey No.
10474, Silver Stake Lode adjoins
the southeast.
on
W. E. BENNETT,
Register.
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(First publication Sept. 17, 1926.)
(Last publication Nov. 12, 1925.)
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Mail Orders given special attention.
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MONTANA INDUSTRIAL REVIEW
Dillon—State Normal college ragte
tratkm of 600 is 106 more than last
year.
Jordan—Heavy shipments of live
stock here, especially horses to com
ply with state law for their exter
mination on
Scobey—State will sell 240.000
acres in Daniels valley.
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