It isn't a Home without
It was 1 a. m.
and the baby was
sick for the first
She kept say
ing; "O, if Mother
were only here."
went out in the
snow, and found
The baby was
well by noon the
next day, but
even before that
signed a contract
for his own tele
You can hare one for a
Few Cents a Day
Instill Electric Hoists
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ore every 24 hours from the 5000-foot
level. The Badger mine, first of those
mentioned to be equipped with the
new hoisting machinery has a shaft
8378 feet deep. The Mountain Con
shaft has been ppt down to $482 feet
and the Belmont to 2,77$ feet.
More than a year ago announce
nent was made from Anaconda com
pany that shaft sinking operations
m a large scale would be pursued at
A flock of fine healthy layers all
roupyl The serious loss of high
priced egg»- Yet we guarantee
can avoid this blight. Use
Kosp Remette f<
tron or treatment. Safe
economical. f. •
MraWm. J Kef I of Red Bay. (I, un.
"■Ptetu Koup Remedy ta positively UM
beat thing j know of for roup. I haw
tried It ao often with t he beat results sad
would not use any other."
, sure and
To Our CaMMncrs: W, untUiWAo.
*"> Krmr-t y mWiw wa . 'l y. £aiur»tmtt
nmpinr . or W«r momr, .. Wnul
Sa U and Cuaron t— d hy
NEW DRUG COMPANY
& W. Steffel, Prop.
WE ARE AGAIN ON THE MARKET FOR
-LET US KNOW WHAT YOU HAVE TO OFFER
Th* Warde - Van Dike G°.
The Price is Right at Vans
a number of the moet prominent
mines. Shafts were lowered an ag
gregate of many hundreds of feet and
new development worn has taken
place. That this work has shown ore
reserves for the future, satisfactory to
the company, is indicated by today's
Vice President J. R. Bobbins of the
Copper Mining company
gave out the following an
n ounce ment ;
It has been decided to install new
electrically-operated deep-level hoists
of 5,000 foot capacity at three of the
The new equipment will be instal
led at the Badger, Mountain Con and
For the past year or more shaft
sinking has been carried on at sever
al of the minea, including the three
mines above named, the objective be
ing the development and operation of
the lower levels of the mines.
Because of favorable showings, re.
suiting from shaft sinking and lat
eral development, it has been decided
to equip the principal mines of the
district for operation to the 6,000
foot level, and the Badger, Belmont
P. . , . .
and Mountain Con have been selected
m the first three mines to be ao
Helena—Pipeline run of Kevin-Sun
burst oil for November was 872322
Poison—Dewey Lumber Co rebuilds
planing mill, to work up lumber on
The type and design of the new
equipment have been determined up
on, and the installa lion, will-proceed
as soon as delivery of equipment can
be made by the manufacturers.
barrels; and for Cat Creek, 833,404.
Whitefish—Good snows make great
demand for loggers.
Among Our Neighbors
Brief Items of Personal Interest Gath
ered by The Times Efficient
Corps of Correspondents
B AT NBifOBD
A baby girl arrived at the home ot
Mr and Mm. Wa. Orham Sunday
Henry Vaskey want to Great Pails
Monday for a few days riait with his
The dance here Saturday night wa*
attended by a fair sized crowd and as
usual aras enjoyed by thoee pre se nt.
Gertrude Harris of Hobson visited
Saturday with Ethel Antonsen return
ing to her homo Sunday,
j Dick Nearman of Armington spent
a few days with Mrs. Cooper bore.
Henry Vaskey and Ada Fish mot
ored to Belt Sunday and took In the
Arthur Croff met with quite an
accident last Saturday while cutting
posts. HU axe glanced and gare him
bad cut on the leg. Ho was taken
to the G ray be a 1 hospital where he will
remain several days.
John Visocan has installed a radio
in his home.
The Rsynesford Orchestra arlii play
for the dance at Stanford Saturday
Frances Dannet returned to her
school duties at Beit Sunday,
Joe Conroy returned to the Thisted
ranch after spending a month at
Lars Anderson made a business trip
to Great Falls last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Murray and Mr. and
Mrs. Chesbro wee Sunday guests at
the Grosskopf home.
Mrs. Barclay returned to her home
here after spending several days with
her daughter Mrs. Laughhn at the
Andrew Thiated of Great Fallu
came out on train 44 Tuesday and
went to his ranch on Otter creek.
Miss Hockey returned to her home
nea Kibbey after a month's vacation.
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Mrs. O. N. McMillan was in town
Tuesday from her ranch in Belt Park. ;
W. D. Edwards took in a load of
dressed pork Monday for market.
Mrs. Harriet Carrier of Great Falls
HASTENS GOOD TIMES FOB STATE
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Grant Record N«do by HRh
ooula Body Organised in
1082 by Secretary of Mon
tane Development Asso
Montana la certainly hitting her striât
now, for reliable reports received at
the offices of the Montana Develop
ment Association at BUIIags, Indicate
that Interest sad taxas, tn many cases
■ong past due, as well as loans, are
being rapidly cleaned up. A spirit
at optimism and cheer toward the
u widespread end be
fore many of as mails« It, genuine
prosperity will again be with us.
In the new scheme of things nothing
pas been of greater ini
portance In hastening a Ti
return of good times flj
ttaiut the greatly Im-ü
r reused prevalence of;
fangeiy. generally, have
become convinced that
here is g phase of en
deavor which will prove
ever preflinlde as It
has In olher states, f»ro
vlded high grade cows
tire kept and the feed
for them is produced
on the farm. The de
ni a ml for n unlit y dftlfy
products has always
kept ahead of the sup
ply and there Is n
growing conviction that
this euiuilt ion will cun
tlnuc for y<*ars to c«»raa i
One of the most outstanding ix-j
amities i»f what can he accomplished I
«Ihitg tttl.-* tine is (lie record made by j
the Montana Mutual Ihtlry Loan Asno
nt ui^u. 1 ,
rtatlon. of Missou la. Organised in IOÖ
by C. Vf,, fowler, then secretary of the J ajJo
Montana Development Aawa-laflon. it
vs brought over IJOO new dairy oewg fw
* sires into the »t;itc. With these i«.
W henla «•* -Ja n caîtlo Iww
who spent Tuesday right at the
Strain ranch want on to Hughesville
on official bos mesa.
Mrs. William Knowles and daughter
bon Jan. 1 re tom e d to their
from the Neihart hospital last Moo
Mr. and Mm. Boy Thomon motored
to Great FalU Tuesday returning
Wednesday. Mm. C. D. Hariock who
was spending a few days in the city
returned with them.
Mm. Albert Scfaoberg was a pas
senger to Great FalU Wednesday
where she will remain for -several
days receiving dental attention.
Mm. Bain of Coffe Creek U mend
ing some time. here a# the guest of
her sister Urn. Geo. Townsend.
Mrs. H. 8. Haney returned to her
home Saturday from Great FalU
where she spent several days receiv
ing dental attention. She motored out
with Mr and Mrs. A. H. Stephens
who spent the week end at their cabin
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Gilbert SWoop has installed a new
six tube Atwater Kent radio set at
Robert Bas to who with his brother)
Roy was driving to school last week
received several bad bruises and re
ported two bones broken in his hand
when their horse became frightened
running away and overturned the bog
gy throwing the boys to the ground.
Roy was unhurt.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Tasktlla of
Hughesville passed thruogh here Mon
day on their way to Butte where they
expect to reside.
Arthur Viane who working on
the road received a bad cuton the
head when a large reck slipped down
the hill from above him striking him
on the head. He was brought to town
immediately and' was given attention
by Mrs. J. H. Williams.
0. R. Wjoodall was a business vis
itor to Stanford one day last week.
Dewey Thorson of Jericho passed
through here Tuesday on his way to
Chas. H. McGee was a business pas
senger to Great Falls on Monday's
E. S. Tolliver was a business vis
itor to Belt Ust Thursday. His son
Edgar who has been spending some
time with hU grandparents Mr. ana
Mra. Talbot returned with him.
M. L. Evans entertained with a
(candy party Saturday night to a num
ber of hU pupils.
been established among the farmers of.
waeteru Montana. About 80 pure-bred
bulla have been imported to gu with
herds and a* dairy cattle In
crease at a ratio of about fire tiroes in
three years, It oaa be dearly seen
that the results must he far-reaching
Niue creameries In the western sec
tion of the state, which have Invested
over $500.000, provide a certain market
for all the dairymen's milk and cream.
During the past year It is estimated
that over a million pounds of chi
and two million poonda of butter were
produced, a greet Increase over 19*3
and due almost entirety tn the work of
the Montana Mutual Dairy Loan Aaao
The fanners who are taking advun
A SNdry Herd an »very Farm «
tag* of the fend* of this Association
feel that the two grant problems coo
fronting Montana are high taxes and
. . . . a _
*** trenaportation coats. They are
txmvlnced that they cm» mes« and over
^ of high faxes by ;
ajJo p tJa4[ a diversified terming program j
«•!»' eventhailv bHng about «uch !
fw ,wperouk «'©odUlone that people will j
i«. attracted to this région Instead of -
leaving It, so that there wUl he more.
\ Pythian 1
! Pri. Jan. 29
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY. JANUARY 21 AND 22
41LBKN PRINGLE AND U
JOHN GILBERT IN
Also Paths Comedy-10c A SOc
-SATURDAY ONLY, JANUARY Z3RD
GBO. BABB McCLUTCH
leeret working» of mr dhnn a expose d Also "Felix the Cat'
SUNDAY AND MONDAY, JANUARY 24TH—ZSTH
»NWAT TBARLlf 'TMF00L4HISMIEY'
•Admiaaion 10c A Me—
•And 2-reel comedy
SPECIAL!! WEDNESDAY. THURSDAY, JAN. 27—28
Ramon Navarro—Aik* Terry—Lewis Stone ——
One Show Daily at 7:45—Admiaaion Me A 4*c—Sec Special A4
EXCHANGE of WIVES
One of the best
comedy dramas this year
- —Jan. SI—Feb. 1—
MIMI MILLI COMPANY
— "The Charleston" —
Friday, January 29 .
♦ 9 .
Mrs. W. P. Pilgeram entertained
Re be ka h« last Wednesday afternoon
I at her home here - Nine 1 * dle8 w * pfc
j present. The afternoon was spent vis
iting and two contests were held .Mrs.
John Bratley and Miss Villa Brown
ing were winners of the first contest
and Mra w H . Millard and Miss Villa
Browning winners of the second. At
the close of the afternoon a dainty
lunch was served .
M „ y Randa „ ^ ft buaine98
^ jn Great Falls laat Thuraday .
Lincoln Wagner of Great
Falla spent the week end at the home
of her parents Mr. and Mrs. William
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Crane were vis
itors in Great Falls Friday.
Those who were on the honor roll
for December for having all grades
above 90 were as follows;
First grade—Dorothy Tuura, Helen
Second grade—Mickey Lee, Dale
Siegling and Mary Jane West.
Third grade—John Dawson.
Fourth Grade—Everett Lee and
Mr. Kessler is here relieving Tr
James who has the mumps.
shouldera to bear the burden el
tlon end It Will become a better
for folks to make their homes am
their children. They have also
oat that the remedy for present Ugk
freight rates lies tn feeding the hulk*
uctf of their fields to the dairy
eew end then marketing her product*
suck as butter and cheéea, ta
trated form, ao that trmnapertetten
costs are cut te a mialm|te.
The 1924 statement of thé Aeeoete
tlon showa aaset« of nearly $140,00*
an increase of more then 100 per eeat
In twelve menthe. Over $1,600,000
worth of stock baa boas purchased hy
some TOO farmers and business men,
i :> are sold on the proposition that
an enduring prosperity wOl he bnOt a*
hy the eforte of the Aaaoctetloa.
The Montane Development Aseoela
tlon has worked nnrsaategly to pat
dairy loan associations of this Charac
ter organised tn all sections of the
stete, convinced that Montana is de
stined to become one of the (real
dairy producing auctions, possessing as
It does, so many natural advantages
and so tew draw-hacks, for successful
dairy production For this reason the
teg mt at Today
officers and members of the Oevetof*
t Association are detlgbted te note
the treiDcndon« micema of this mettm!
wonderful results accomplished tn site
; «hon time !t hs» be«» in op«-ration
j peeve beyond the question ef e d i n ted
! that euch amoctatlmis are hound an
j play a large port In putting
- fa refer* on the htgh-rond to
thilry loan associât!«*, teeltttg that the
Carl Tucker and Alex Childerhose
spent Saturday in Grant FalU.
Mr. and Mm. John Yakllcb were
visitors at the home of their daugh
ter Mrs. John Gliko of Riceville.
Matt Richardson spent three days
^ j jigt wnrek i n Great Palls where he
att * n ded the directors meeting of the
Farmers Mutual Fire Insurance Ce.
and also a meeting of the Federal
The Thayer Brothers of Cora creek
unIoadin ^ a <*,. of fmm S un river
Mr and Mrs f^y Servons, Mrs.
Nordquiat and Arthur Nordquist
Sunday visiting at the home
Mr an<J Mn Crane
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MONTANA INDUSTRIAL REVIEW
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Fairfield grain shipments for 1926
were 200 cam, double the 1924 re
Billings—Drilling resumed in Re
cord . Petroleuni w «fl, Big Lake dis
Sidney—Russel Hiller Milling Co.
install; $36,000 Diesel engine.
Sidney—Northland Seed Co. ships
tenth carload of 1925 beans to Ala
Dillon—New library building of
Montana State Normal opened for use
Sidney—New interest taken in pro
posed Great Northern Cut-off line.
Cut Bank—California Refining Ce.
leases 8,000 acres in Two Medicine
valley to propect for oil.
Shelby—California Smoke No. 4
well comes in with about 100 barrels
Cgacade county starts 1926 with
$770,667 cash on hand.
Great Falls—Bank clearances Wer«
$960362 more during four harvest
months of 1926, than doling like per
iod of 1924.
Greet Falls—December building
amounted to $17,470.
Armington—Riceville - AnBtofton
highway detour at rock slide will cost
Sunburst—Kevin Oil A Gee syndi
catestarts drilling new prospect well.
.+ PERSONALITY IN PRINT ♦
People always prefer te buy ♦
4 known goods from merchants ♦
* whom they know.
makes you acquainted with ♦
4 the baying public.
❖ • - This "personality in print" ♦
♦. is the greatest builder of con- ♦
* fidence there is. It
♦ the whole community to—
hi yen and year ♦
to think they have a
far yonr goods.
to bey at yoer stare. +
♦ Moreover, people expect to be ♦
> asked to shop st your store. ♦
9 A message in the Belt Valley ♦
♦ Times carries conviction right ♦
Let os show ♦
* into the home.
* you what
4> An Advertisement is An ♦
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