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Prepare for the
Cold Winter Winds
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Many an uncomfortable cold house would be agreeably
warm and the coal bill would be appreciably less if the doom
and windows were protected from the chill blasts of winter
A full line of—
STORM DOORS AND STORM SASH
Always On Hand
Neihart Lumber Company
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Prepare For Winter
Remember the long winter evenings when you are shut
off from the outside world.
Why be lonely and discontented when you can enjoy high
class music, speeches, church and fun at your firesidt
INSTALL AN
TWATER - KENT
RADIO
A
Demonstration machine at my residence. If you are inter
ested call and hear it.
Tubes Rejuvenated for 25c each—Adds months to their life
N. H. Browning
BATTERIES RECHARGED
Mrs. Macauley and Mrs. J. Leveille
visited Mrs Valmore Beaudry Tues
day afternoon.
Miss Anna Urich was the guest oi
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To Save Is To Have
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—and. to spend money without a thought of to
morrow I» to he in want when opportunity call»
or when a needed purchase must be made.
Financial enbarraasment never comes to the man
who saves systematically.
Start your account
today and learn the truth of this statement.
Liberal interest paid on savings.
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Farmers & Miners
State Bank
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Mrs. Louis Mitchell. Sunday. Monday
and Tuesday of this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Glynn were la
town Wjedresday on business.
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Local Items of Belt
and Vicinity
FANCY WORK SALE AND LUNCH
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The ladies of the Episcopal Guild
will have a sale of fancy-work, ajp
rons, etc, suitable for Christmas gift*
at the New Drug Co. on Saturday,
Adv.
December 12th.
They will also serve chili, hot reÉs,
pie and coffee from 11 A. M. all the
afternoon until after the first •how
at the Pythian Theatre.
Le land Kennedy, Bud Assettine anfl
Max Kilroy of Great Falls visited at
i the home of L. W Le land Sunday.
C. E. Gustafson and wife returned
Monday from a visit with Mr. and
Mrs. H. Anderson at Bonner.
Mrs. Edith Berg relumed Monday
from s visit with her husband Axel
Berg who is recovering splendidly
John .Jeffries who was very k»w a
week ago is making a very satirise
tory gain and will be oat again soon,
if there is no change.
Last Thursday the Guild was an
tertained by Mrs. W. C. Blomquist.
About 26 guests were present Th«
afternoon was spent in completing
articles to be sold at the Basen . The
hostess served a delightful lunch at
the close of the afternoon.
On Saturday last Alderman Barber,
Burnett and Remington w ith City
Clerk Graybill had a conference with
ihe county commissioners in regard to
road matters.
from his serious accident
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Alec Stone the representative of an
eastern grocery house in Belt last
evening. Waino Stone is representing
the same company in the territory
around Valier.
N H. Browning of the Ford Gange
recently unloaded a car of new model
Fords. On Monday he sold a Ford
truck to John Krebs, on Tuesday a
Tudor «Klan to Ole M. Olson and on
Wednesday a ton-truck to John Krebs.
Mrs. W. P. Pilgeram, sister of
Louis Mitchell ha* been visiting Mrs
Joe Cercek at Eden for a week Éfe
was accompanied by little Helen:
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Mitchell. She is expected back In
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Belt about December 20th.
! Mrs. Teresa Mam has been serious
I ly ill at the ranch. Mrs. Leo Steglei
j came out from Great Falls to care
j for her. Yesterday Mike Milos came
out from Tracy in his Sedan and took
I Mrs. Mam tn the hos pi tal .
I Otto Hokenson is back fron Chin
jook where he went in anticir -tion of
i getting work at hi* trade in the sug v
• beet factory. Failing in this he wor'cod
;for a month in a coal mine there and
) is now back in Belt for the winter.
! Juan Burgher leaves todày for
southern Wyoming where h«> will
spend the winter with his son CLudc,
He will make the trip of ir;ne 700
miles by Ford and hopes for piersant
weather.
Walter, small artn of Mr. and Mrs.
I Walter Hill of Box Elder was unfor
* j tanate enough to break his wrist
tanate enough to break his wrist
1 while sliding on one of the fire es-i
\ e *** at C " #ter Scho ° 1 - Gray
!boW ' Bet the fracture and now
you "K man * tarry,n « arTn
slingr. ---—--rrrH
Chas, Leskiinen and family' drove
down from Hughes ville yesterday.
Mr. Leskiinen was in need of medical
attention. "Heavy" Sabo drove the
family back to Hughesville that night
After one day of Dr. Grsybeal's
treatment the sick men is figuring
that in a few day he will be able to
return to his work.
John Bead le made an unusual trip
to Great Falls yesterday. From his
ranch he drove his team to Logging
Creek, took the train to Belt and
later caught a ride to Great Falls
Mr. Boa die threshed in August when
■ machine was palled up oat of Log
ging Creek. He reports the range
clear and the stock situation good
as regards feed.
CHAINS — BRAKE LININGS
- TIRES ■■ TUBES - JACKS -
Hose connections for any car. Light bulbs and other
car accessories.
Come in and get an estimate on your
winter job of overhauling.
WE GUARANTEE OUR WORK
The Fixtt Shop
E. S. MARQUARDT, Prop

! John Stein came down off tb« Butt«
Wednesday to look us over.
W. C. Blomquist drove in to G reax
Falls last evening. #
Win. Irvin of Tiger Butte was a
visitor in the city Tuesday.
C .8. Murray of the old Blythe
ranch was in yesterday after lumber
for a cattle shed.
E. S. Remington of High wood made
s business trip to Belt T u esd a y.
The school bouse in District No. 11
which formerly stood near the Ander
son ranch has been moved to a loca
tion on the C. S. Murray ranch.
George Dar ko is building a bam
38 ft by 80 ft. on his ranch.
Sam Johnson of Nelli Creek was
a Belt visitor yesterday.
j Mrs. P. R. Peterson of Seward,
Alaska writes that on Sunday Novem
ber the 15th their first snow fell but
quickly disappeared. In the week ol
November 27th it began to snow stead
ily ard now they have
Mrs. Walter Kennedy and daughtet
Doris called upon the Leland and
Beaudry families.
winter.
Misses Aimee Beaudry, Pauline
Yurko and Pauline Zemanek were
shopping in Great Palls Tuesday.
Mrs. Charles Lochray and I/>uise
were visitors in the county seat Mon
day.
Ubal Landry made a business trip
to Geyser Sunday.
Mrs. Donald Atkinson returned to
her home Tuesday after a few weeks
of illness at the Grsybesl hospital.
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WTiER g AS > 011 ** Branch Lo J*>
Degree Mkjg -mmhM
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Mm.f***, famlly in . **
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whereas the 8u^
preme Ruler in His Divine Wisdom
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. has removed from the family of Bister
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Ethel Hill, a loving and considerate
sister and that in her death our sister
has suffered a great so;row and loss,
therefore be it
RESOLVED, That the Lodge ex
: tends to Sister E 'hcl Hill and her
family its most sincere sympathy ana
condolence in this their great hour
of grief realising, however, the futil
ity of words in express ng the real
sorrow of the lodge. Aid be it further
RESOLVED, That a copy of these
resolutions he spread upon the min
utes of the lodge, a copy sent to the
family of Sister Hill and that they
be published in the Belt Valley Timer.
Respectfully submitted,
Lillie Coleman,
Eliza Dnnstan.
Laura Heron,
Committee
Resolutions
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MARCELLING
Having completed a course at the
Pacific College of Beauty Culture,
Portland, Oregon, I am prepared to
do marcelling. Temporarily beaten
at D. W. Burnetts. Mrs. Jessie Samp
son.
8T. 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.
ST. LUKE'S CHURCH
Church school 10 A. M.
When in Great Palls leave your
car in the Ludwig Garage. Up-to
date. careful service.
FOR SALE—100 ewes mixed age,
good quality and two purebred tin*
wool bucks.
Armington, Montana.
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Armstrong Brothers.
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Men's Gifts
Here are the Things Men Would
Choose for Themselves if Men did
Choose Gifts for Themselves.
Practical, Serviceable, Worthwhile Things
- to wear -r —i
LuOlur Ve sts Swatm N ight Ruh— P»jam»»
Drum Shirts (ail kinda)—Dr— G love»— Hosiery —CM
hura— Neck W—r— Handkerchief* —A nu Bau de G ur
ten — Suspender»—Cuff buttons—Muffler»—Btu—ra—
Huts—Cape—-Mitten*—We also have a complete Hue at
Ladies Handkerchieks and Hone.
COME IN AND LET US HELP YOU SELECT YOUR
PRESENTS
Hamment Brothers
"The Right Goods Priced Right"
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People of Belt &
Vicinity
OUR COAL PRICES ARE
Screened Coal
LUMP AND NUT AT CHUTE
Slagle Tea. .
$3.25
Two ton» or more
LUMP AND NUT DELIVERED
Single ton ..u .......... ...
Two to— or more .
$4.25
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The Wilson Coal Mine
Cigarettes
Tobacco
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Cigars
Pipes
Luxurious Boxes of —
CANDY
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Ah large an you wish—Bar candi— of every brand
AN IDEAL PLACE TO WHILE AWAY AN IDLE HOUR
BARNEY'S
A. N. PRATHER, PROP.

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Referring to Drifting Down the
Path of the Least Resistance
Sunny Jim Says
Referring to drifting along the path of least resistance
I'll admit that It's easier for all of — to stay in a rat
than to climb out of it, but where does it lead us to?
If the rut leads to Dahls where your dollars will Hud
the least resistance in dislodging the merchandise, you
want to stay in the rut.
WALK TO DAHL'S AND SAVE DOLLARS!
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