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BELT VALLEY TIMES
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52 s Veer ia Advaaoa
Anenicn Press A*»'».. Foreign
Advertising ItgrtueMivt
Racer«! is (he Paetadsc at Bei«.
Hase., an Seoa nd CUee Mail
PUBLISHED EACH THURSDAY AT BELT. MONT., BY 8. A. REMINGTON
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Department of the Interior, U. 8
Land Office at Great Falls, Montana.
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NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Lars Nelson of Raynesford. Montana,
who. on March 6, 1021, made Home
stead Entry Serial, No. 052108, for
NW* SE14, Section 10 Town
ship IT N-, Range 8 E., Principal
Meridian, has filed notice of intention
AUCTION
MV
At the Peterson Ranch on Little Belt, 4Vt miles N. E. Beit
Tues. Apr. 6
8 Hesd Broke Horses, 1250-1500
2 Good Saddle Horses
1 Stock Saddle, Good as new
2 Good Cream Separators
1 Sewing Machine
1 Good Churn
10 Shot« Weight 75 As.
38 HEAD OF CATTLE
2 Purebred Shorthorn Bulls 3 yi.
3 Hereford Steers Coming 3yrs.
4 Steers Coming 2 yrs.
8 Yearling Heifers
7 Cows with Calves by Side
10 Cows Coming In Later
SEE LARGE BILLS FOR TERMS, ETC.
OWNER
H. E. MIDDLETON

COL. A. F. COOPER, AUCTIONEER
ATTEND THIS SALE, TO BE HELD RAIN OR SHINE
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(jiven by Cascade Lodge No. 39
Knights of Pythias at K. of P. Hall
Belt, Montana
Easter Monday
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Supper Served by Pythian Sisters
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to make three year Proof, to establish
claim to the land above described.
before the Register of the U. S. Land
1 offjce at Great Falls, Montana on the
16th day of April, 1026.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Earl G .Watson, Bilmer Peterson,
J. E. Randall and H. Bloom all of
Raynesford, Montana.
W, E. Bennett
Register
None* OF APPLICATION FOE
UNITED STATES PATENT.
SERIAL NO. 964874
SURVEY NO. 19545
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN That
Beginning at Cor. No. 1, a pine|
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United States Land Office, Great
Falla, Montana March 8L 1026. ^
Thomas Westgard, whose post office
address is 1623 Central Avenus, Great
Falls, Montana, has made application
for United States patent to the Am
erican and Dorcas quarts Me Mfadwg
Claims, Survey No. 10646, in unsur
veyed Township 14 North, Rang* 8
East, M. P. M., in Montana (unorgan
ised) mining district. Cascade County
Montana, described as follows;
AMERICAN LODE, SURVEY
NO. 10545
post, 6 inches square. ,6 feet long, sot
2 ft. in the ground in a mound
earth and stone, scribed LAM-10646.
8. E. Loc. Cor. bears 8. 21 degree»
40 minutes W., 0.6 feet. U. S. L. Mon.
No. 3692, in (uns.) T. 14 N., R. 8. B.
bears 8. 3 degrees 36 minutes 32 «e
conds E. 4416.47 feet.
Thence N. 63 degree, 41 minutes
W. 863 feet to Corner No. '4, Survey
iNo. 10482, Josephine Lode, Thomas
Westgard claimant; 1467.80 feet
Cor. No. 2, a pine post 6 inches sq.,
! 6 feet long, set 2 feet in the ground
with a mound of earth and stone,
scribed 2-AM-10646. 8. W. Loc. Cor.
bears 8. 21 degrees 40 minutes W
111*2 feet. .
Thence N. 21 degrees 43 minutes L
27.60 feet, intersect line 8-4, Jose
phine Lode at N. 62 degrees 16 min
utes W. 1107.4 feet from Cor. No. 4,1
600 feet to Cor. No. 3, identical with
the N. W. Lor. Oor., a pine post 6
inches 5 fee, Ion* end .et 2
in the pennd, with . m onnd ef -rU.
and stone, scribed 3-AM-10646
Thence 8. 68 degree. 41 minute. E
1467.80 feet to Cor. No. 4, a pine poet.
6 inches square, 6 fest long, sat
faet in the ground, with a mound
earth and stone, scribed 4-AM-19M5.
N. B. Loc. Cor. beam S 78 degre e s'
36 minutes £. 116 feet.
Thence 8. 21 degrees 40 minutes W.
600 feet té Cor. No. 1, the place of
beginning.
DORCAS LODE, SURVEY NO. 10545
Beginning at Cor. No. 1, identical
Witt» Car. So. 2, American Lode of)
this surrey. S. E. Loc. Cor. beare
8. 21 degrees 40 minâtes W. 162 feet.
tr. 8. L. Mon. No. «692 in (m) 1.
14 N-, R- 8 E. bears S. 17 degrees 2H
minâtes 86 seconds E. 5802.24 feet.
Thence N. 70 degrees 18 minute»
W. 399.40 feet intersect line 2-8, Sur
No. 10482 Josephine Lode, at 8. 27
degrees 44 minutes W. 82.78 fee*,
from Cor. No. 3, 1861 feet to Coi.
No. 2, identical with the 8. W. Loc.
Cor... a pine post, 6 inches sq., 6 feet
long, set 2 feet in the ground, with
a mound of earth and stone, scribed
2-D-10646.
Thence N. 21 degrees 40 minutes
E. 563.60 feet to Cor. No. 3, a pint
post, 5 inches square., 6 feet long,
set 2 feet in the ground, with «
Tft*? ■r\r ib !f
70 degree, 16 minutes W. 28.4 feet
S . 70 degrees 15 minutes
of E 1361 feet to ^ No . 4j . point OT1
|j ne 2-3, American Lode of this sur.,
at g. 21 degrees 40 minutes W. 36.6 ft
from Qor. No, 3, a pine post, 6 inches
8 q >( g feet long, set 2 feet in the)
ground with
! stone, scribed 4-D-10546. N. E. Loc.J
Cor. bears N. 21 degrees 40 minute» :
E. 36.4 feet.
Thence 8. 21 degrees 40 minutes W. i
a j on g i; ne 3.2, American Lode, of this
8urV ey, 636 feet intersect line 3-4,
s urv ey No. 10482, Josephine Lode,
g 62 degrees 16 minutes E. 392.6 feet
f rom Co r . No. 3, 663.60 feet to Cor.
j No. 1, the place of beginning.
Variation at all points is 21 degrees
80 minutes E.
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P °' 1 f M d^ 4,
AMERTCAN. N. 63 degrees 41
/ *° S ' 63 de *™"
feet
* N , 1° J"*"* 8 16 "T"* 8
18 °° £ * nd * 70 de * rees 15 ra,n '
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a mound of earth and
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LODE LINES
I As near as can be detemined from
i present developments, the Veins of
the locations embraced in this survey
• AREA
Total area American Lode 20.151
acres. Area hi conflict with Sur. No.
J10482; Josephine Lode 0.848 acres
acres not claimed.
Total Area Dorcas Lode 17.467
acres. Area in conflict with Survey
10482; Josephine Lode 0.490
not claimed.
No.
|r The lines of this mining claim, as
j surveyed, lay wholly within the bound
1 aries of the locations as marked upon
the ground by poetsat all comers, alij
{plainly marked for identification.
[ Adjoining and conflicting claims
are as follows:
American Lode: On the southwest,
the Josephine Lode,' Sur. No. 10482
and on the northwest the Dorcas
Lode, Sur. No. 10645.
Dorcas Lode: On the southwest, the!
Josephine Lode, S»»r. No. 10482, and
on the southeast the American Lode,
Sur. No. 10546.
American and Dorcas Lode Mining
Claims were located on June 2, 1922,
and duly recorded in Book No. 10 at,
Page No. 14 and Book No. 10 at Page !
No. 16, (respectively), of Lode Loca-|
tkms in the office of the Clerk and j
Recorder of the County of Cascade I
State of Montana.
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Notice posted on claims Match 26
1926.
(Signed)
W. E. Bennett,
Register
(First Publication April 1, 1926)
(Last Publication May 27, 1926.)
NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY
THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE;
That in the District Court of |
the United States for the Die
trict of Montana, William J
Bartle and Eliaabeth Bart le of Nei
hart, Cascade County, Montana have
been duly adjudged bankrupt* upon
their own petition, that the payment
of any debts or the delivery of any
property belonging to said bankrupts
to them or for their use and the trans
far of any property by them is for
hidden by law. That the first meeting
of creditors of said bankrupt« for the
purpose of filing and proving claim»
and to chore one or more Trustees,
. and for the examination of the bank
rupts under oath, and the transaction
of such other business as may prop
erly come before the meeting, will be
held at a Court of Bankruptcy to iw
holden before said Referee, in Room
1, Dunn Block, Great Falls, Montana,
j on April 0th. 1926, at 10 A. If.
j Dated this 24th day of March. 1026.
A. R. Gray, Referee
MONTANA INDUSTRIAL REVIEW
Helena—Engineering details com
pleted, far expenditure by Great
N orthern Railway of about 1100,00ft
rents at Glacier
Hariowton—Mountain States Tele
phon« Co. will extend line through
.Twodot and Martlnadale. at cost of
%\osm
Havre —885,000 office building will
lie erected o« Hifrd Avenue.
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FOB SALE—Choice scad barley. See
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Gao. Poetter, Logging Creek. Mont.
LOST, Strayed or Stolen—One Brown
Gelding weight IJ00 Bis . hole in
one ear. wire mark on right hi»]
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