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Gold Com—Libby's Dill»:—"Golden West" or Hills Coffee
"Betsy Ross" Bread—Fresh every moming
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security for money loaned, and if your house or
office horns, you are up against trouble, as it
might he difficult to prove that the makers owed
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ST. LUKE'S CHURCH
Lee H. Tonne. Pnntor.
FRIDAY APRIL SECOND
Good Friday services 10:46 A. M.
SUNDAY APRIL FOURTH
Sunday School 10 A. M.
Communion and Sermon 10:46 A M
Mrs. Clodfelder, wife of the agent
at Gerber, has been substituting for
Mies Berg- at the Great Northern stat
ion in Armington and has been dm
in* back and forth in a Ford truck.
Sunday, as she was driving along,
the wishbone on the Ford dropped
down and her car was out of con
trol. She wound up in the ditch with
out serious harm. A large car ap
proaching went in the ditch on Uu
other side of the road possibly
keep out of the way of the truck.
Stanley Klimas of the West Sid*
Coal mine has been compelled to ent
er the Columbus hospital as the re
sult of being kicked by a hoVse soon,
weeks ago. The leg did not improve
and an X-ray examination proved that
the bone in his leg while not broket
was split. His stay in the hospital
may be short but the matter is uncer
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It is rumored that Chas. Holmber*
was painfully injured when he was
accidently shot in the leg by a .22
rifle which he was handling. Detail*
are lacking but Mr. Holmberg is in
a Great Falls hospital.
The men composing the West Side
Coal company have been having tough
luck. J .V. Hamer is doing tunnel
work on the Great Northern, Mike
Spcger it confined to his home with
rhuematism, Tex Irwin is just recoy
ering from pnuemonia ahd now Stan
ley Klimas is in the hospital.
ftjra to Mr. and Mrs. Rada here
Sunday a baby boy,
Miss E1U and Margaret Skadaenj«,^
who have been attending High school.,
in Great Falls are spending thqii
Easter vacations with their sisters in
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John Hedrick was a business ria
itor in Belt Tuesday. {
Sam Krebs of Tiger Butte attended^
to business in Belt Tuesday.
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Belt Wednesday morning.
W. S. Baker of Armington transact
j ted business in Belt Wednesday. : ■
j Mrs. Ben Buehler returned *o her j
home Wednesday after spending a few
days visiting her brother in lelena. 1
George Mahoney of Tifror Batte w- n « j
a Belt visitor Wednesday.
Mrs. Chas Rice and ch : 'Iren b ,
two children of H. C. Nebel of i. e-|
ville attended the girl scout b-'v-fit
last night
Roc and Abc »rr g attende' (U
sale at the Swartz ranch We-' l;.v.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Hjelr' ir Maki
a baby boy at the Graybeal n pita'
this week. •
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Mr. and Mrs. Art MeCftfferty shop
ped in Belt Tuesday.
Thos. Thorson of Little Belt ot-j
tended to business in Bell Wednesday,
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Probst returned
home from Great Falls Monday.
B .K. Hammer spent a few hmm j
i lir Great Falls Monday.
Mrs. Sadie Nulliner returned to hoi .
; home Wednesday after spending a few
Mrs paddie Feldt of Tiger Butt«.
is visiting friends in Belt for a fot/
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Robertson
bab^ motored to Great Falls Wednes
day .
Art Ham ment was a busines visites
in Orest Falls Saturday.
Jude Rubber visited a few hours
In Great Falls Tuesday.
Mr*. Sc breeder was the guest of
Mrs. Courbough at the Lepley ranch
Sunday.
Gordon Ford of Spokane is here
visiting his mother Mrs. Maud Ford.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shannon vis
ited friends in Belt Sunday.
Miss Clara and Evelyn Calofto
from near Geyser visitée over the
week end at their home here.
Mr. and Mrs Chas. Johnson and
Miss Florence Calone were Greftt
Palls visitors last Thursday.
Rev. A. J. Richard visited with Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Beaudry this week
On Sunday April 4th Great Norik
ern train No. 43 will pass through
Belt at 12:88 P. M. instead of
P. M. TTiis change In time ««rviée
]»• becauae of the Part traffic du ring )}
the summer months and is necessaéy
In order to avoid putting on "xtr*
trail» 43 will not make regular
stops in Belt
Ole Johnson'» thumb is knittia*
fast and he expects to have a thonlk
in Great Falls.
days.
j Easter Sunday the Christian church
will hold services at 11:80 and at 7:30
in the evening.
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Carl McNally spent a few days in
Belt this week on business.
Mrs. Appleyan) who is teaching at
Cascade visited her parents over the
week end.
Misa Villa Browning was a week
end visitor in Great Falla.
The Guild will meet with Mrs. Cal
Sharrard Thursday afternoon April 8.
Last Friday evening, the high school
faculty entertained the basketball
boys at an elaborate banquet ana
! dance.
The menu consisted of:
Deviled 'Eggs
Wafers !
Baked Ham Escolloped potatoes Rolls
Cream Chicken in timbals
Fruit Salad
Ice Cream
The table was decorated with yel-1
bw and white, emblematic of East-i
er. The favors were yellow basket«
of assorted nuts and the centerpiece
was the silver basketball won by the
boys.
Wafers
Coffee
Cake
After the banquet the guests as
< mbled in the auditorium where the
rest of the evening was spent in dan
ring. A beautiful lattice-work of yel
low and white divided the auditorium.
Small basket-balls were hidden m dif
ferent of tb « roonii nnd the ^
nera for the first dance matched
these,
For the rest of the evening
programs were used. Each of the
boy» and teachers invited a guest
They all reported a wonderful time.
^ Belt Women's Club will meet
at 8:00 0 - clo< . k W9ânnâmy tuning,
April 7th in the library room at the
j t )# hoped that every woman who
has gone into the chib will be pros
ent at tiy, time and that all of thoss
!'who are interested in the work will
, 8pacW e ff ort to be present,
Count? Agent Cameron plana to
; be with us for this meeting and will
explain the many ways the club can
;be of service In hélpihg to reftp great
er benefit* fit TO the Extension aer
..vice in this community.
Anyone interested in club work to*
NOTICE —
the bsys and girls in this part of the
county ig cordially Jnyit-J to attend.
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noTICE OF CLAIM UNDER SBC
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ST. MARK'S CATHOLIC CHURCH
Sunday school 2 o'clock p. m,
Kim Mass b oitluCk a. m.
High Mass 10:30 A. M.
Benediction 7:30 P. M.
MARCELLING
Second door below the Troy Laun
dry. Jessie Sampson, Phone 89 iV
TION 2372. R. AS AMENDED
BY THE ACT OF JANUARY
27. 1922.
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United States Land Office, Great
Falls, Montana. .March 17, i926.
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Della E. French has filed in this of
Serial 066536
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thar
ifice an application under section 2872,
. Revised Statutes, us amended by the
Act of January 27, 1922, for the SW
iNWM Section 22, T. 6N., R. 9 E.,
BE 14NW14 Section 20, T. 1» N., R. 13
E., NE 14 NE 14 Section 12, T. 7 S., E.
18 W., SW 14 NE 14 Section 28, T. 16
R. R. 11 W.. P. M., Montana.
All persons claiming the land ad
versely or desiring to show it to bt*
and,mineral in character will be allowed
PASTRY AND MEATS
until May 1, 1926, to file in this of
fice their objections to the issuance
of patent under the aforesaid applies
tkm.
W. E.
Register.
Great, Falls, Montana, March 17.
Notice of the above will be publish
ed in the Brit Valley Times for five
consecutive weeks, which 1 hereby
designate as the newspaper published
nearest the land.
W. E. Bennett.
Register
(First publication March 26.)
Last publication April 22.)
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shoe—a name that continues
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Floor and porch paints, stain« and varnishes for yoar
furniture and Tintcresco (Kalsomine) in 6 lb packages
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