BELT VALLEY TIMES
S. A. R*Bis|(on, Editor
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PUBLISHED EACH THURSDAY AT BELT. MONT., BY S, A. REMINGTON
"IN PUBLIC INTEREST"—DECIDING FACTOR
The courts have recently dissolved a two billion-dollar baking
combination which was being organized. The Interstate Commerce
Commission has prevented consolidation of certain railroad inter
ests into one system. Twenty years ago these decisions would
have resulted after a "trust busting" crusade.
The present decisions were handed down, and have been ac
cepted by the public, not with the idea of interfering with or con
demning so-called big business, but because the organizations pro
poned apparently failed to make their case, by showing that theh
actions were in "the public interest.
Within the past few weeks, consolidations of oil companies
have taken place which have resulted in three companies, each in
the half -billion-dollar class. These consolidations were apparently
in the interest of the public, from the standpoint of conserving oil
resources and giving better service.
Consolidations of electric power systems and interconnection
of transmission lines have been a necessary development in the
electric industry, in order to render more e fficient service, hold
down useless expense for duplicate machinery equipment, and tnus
give the customer better service, at a minimum rate.
The public no longer fears big business or necessary consolida
tions. It has regulatory bodies and courts to deal with these prob
lems. The only thing it does fear and which it will not permit, is
a monoply or consolidation which fails to make clear its necessity
from the standpoint of the public interest. The people know that
"big business" in itself, is not to be condemned, it if renders more
efficient public servee.
Man showed up at his golf club on Sunday and said it was a
toss-up whether he should go to church or out on the links. He had
to flip the coin fifteen times.—Seattle Times.
When a man says "I run things at my house," he may mean
the washing machine or furnace.—Altoona Mirror.
California reports a seedless lemon, but what the country re
ally needs is a squirtless grapefruit.—Indianapolis Star.
Roy Thorson going also where they
expect to stay. The Monarch Merc,
Co. is building a store in Hugesvillo Î
and Roy who has been an employee
here for the past three years will
have charge there.
Miss Geneva Thorson was down
from Hugheeville Saturday a guest
at the home of her brother here. She
retutned home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
UNITED STATES MINERAL
Mineral Survey No. 10544
Serial No. 066936
United States Land Office, Great
Falls Montana, April 16, 1926.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
fa pursuance of the Act of Congres.
approved May 10th, 1872, and Acts
amendatory thereof and supplemental
thereto, and the laws of the State ot
Montana, Mrs. Mattie Johnson, whose
post office address is Johnson rooms,
Holliday Block, Great Falls, Cascade
County, Montana, has made applies
tion for a patent for 1600 linear feet
on the Mattie Lode, bearing gold
silver, lead and other valuable metals,
the same being 80 feet northwesterly
and 1420 feet southeasterly from the
discovery cut thereon; said discovery
cut being on lode line 80 feet from
a point on line 1-2, 800 feet from
Cor. No. 1; with surface ground 000
feet in width, and situated in Neihart
(unorganized) Mining District, Cas
cade county, Montana, unsurveyeo
Township 14 North, Range 8 East and
described by the official plat herewith
posted and by the field notes on Tils
fa the office of the Register of the
United States Land Office at Great
Falls, Cascade County, Montan«, and
described as 'follows:
Beginning at Cor. No. 1, identical
with the NW Location Cor. A pine
ground with a mound of earth and
•tone, scribed 1-10644, U. S. Loc.
Mon. No. 8692 in (uns) T 14 N. Range
8 E. bear« S 88 degrees 12 minutes
W 1828.87 ft; thence North 46 de
grees 80 minutes E 597.60 feet to Co»
No. 2, identical with the NE Loc. Cor
A ptee post 5 ins. sq., 5 feet long, set
3 ft fa the ground in a mound of
fa Offir. No. 8, identic»! the S E I .oca
tkm Car. A pine poet, 5 ins. sq., 5
feet long set 2 feet in the ground
with a mound of earth and stone,
«(Bribed 3-10644; thence g 46 degrees
M «faute» W 606 feet to Cor No. 4.
stomp, 6 fas. sq.. 4 feet above the
A pfae post S fas. sq., 6 feat fang set
S feet fa the ground wife mound of
Mrs. John Sanders was in from
the Gerhart ranch Monday shopping.
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Tolliver visited
at the home of their parents Mr. and
Mrs. W. V. Talbott at Goodman coulee.
Anna Griffin who has been a pa
tient at Great Falls with measles is
Fred Payne was in Monarch Mon
day from the ranch where ho recently
returned from Great Fails where ho
spent the winter with his family. Mrs.
Payne is better and hopes to be able
to return to the ranch also later,
Mr. and Mrs. M. Ito are parents of
a daughter born Monday April 19th.
earth and atone, scribed 4-10644;
The Amended Location of said min
ing Claim, on which this application
444 of the records of the office of the
thence north, 49 degrees 30 minutes
i 1600 feet to Cor. No. 1, the place
beginning. Containing 20.507 acres.
for patent is based, is recorded
j Book 10 of Lode Locations
1 county clerk and recorder of Cas
tnaijcade county, Montana,
The conflicting areas are Copper
1 pi ate Lode Survey No. 10442 1.Î83
acres and Albert Lode Survey No.
10442 0.002 acres. There arc no ad
Posted on claim March 22nd, 1926.
Mrs. Mattie Johnson, Claimant
A. H. Stringham
(First publication April 22, 1926.)
(Last Publication June 17. 1926.)
Advert*»« ment* under ihh heeding
Ten Cento per line for each irucrtfnn
STRAYS—Roan horse 1700 pounds
grey 1400, Black yearling all
branded on left thigh and one
brown mule. Owner cm have
same by paying this ad and
pasture. Lee Munden, Belt, Mont.
FOR SALS 1-3 inch wagon, 1-8*
running gear, 1 disc plow, 1 disc, 1
grindstone, 1 bad and springs. Louis
Spiller, Belt, Mont
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I will have a car of Timothy hay foi
sale on Track Friday evening and
Saturday. „ Frank Horan. Bolt
tress, «nd wringer 0« atanri. Mrs
A L. Winston.
NOT A B. A. R. E. RECIPE
"My dear, these cakes are as hard,
as stone l"
"I know Didn't you hear her say.
'take your pick' when she handed
Hobson Rod and
Gun Club Mill
(Continued from Page One)
to Massachusetts where they will be
sold to parks *nd zoological gardens
for exhibition pu rpos es The Sik were
first offered to the state game depart
ment, and the sportsmen of Montana,
but the home people were unable to
handle them .
An overwhelming majority of the
sportsmen present were against the
taking of f16,000 from the Fish and
Game fund and using it to seud an
exhibit to the Land show in Chicago
Not a single speaker favored this
Barney Brannin, U. S. Government
Trapper was on hand and brought
with him hia latest trophy, the pelt
and skull of "Old Cripple Foot" fam
ous she wolf of the Little Belt Mon
tains, who for 12 years ravaged Hie
herds and flocks of the Judith Basin,
Spt of Hatcheries, C. A. jack«way« 7
state Game Warden, Robert H. Hill.
State Sec. M .s. Carpenter; chief Fed
eral Trapper ' E Bateman; Rai, '
road Commissioner Leonard C. Young
Speaker of the Huse, R. C. Bricker,
Tom Stout, B -C. White, J. L. Mears.
C. S. Garner J.E. Lane. G- H. Kelly
Earl Wineman, H. S. Thurston and by
W. K. Moore of Billings a member
of Hie Fish and Game commission.
The program of stunts kept the
audience of 400 on the verge of hys
terics during the entire evening
Among those who appeared on the;
program were Geo. E. Mushback, the
Elks quartette and Miss Esther Hum
phrey of Lewistown, the Billings trip
shooters quartette, C. L. Flannigsft ot
Great Pahs and the following mem
bers of the local club: Professor Tan
ner, Mayor H. T. Goodell, J. i. J e Oh tl ,
S. B. Fairbank, R Dale Woods, Lan
dis Barley Ralph Lincoln, Joe Petesch
Clint Butler, Dr Ramaker and A. W.
The Stanford band in humorous Gyr
man costumes famished music during
the afternoon, and the Hobson orchas-1
tra led by Mrs. Dr. Easterbrook dtt>
ing the evening. W. N. Smith Ot
Halowton acted as toastmaster skid
got oft some of his inimitable Norereg
Neatly all of the best trap shooters
in the state participated in the reg
istered trap shoot.
TENDER AND TRUE
i In the ol ». my darling,
When the lights are dim and
That your face is powder painted,
How am I, sweetheart, to know?
Twice this month I've had to bundle
Every coat that I possess
To the cleaner»—won't you darling
Love me more and powder less?
Worse and Worse
Buck and Bud had not seen each
other for several years when they
met at Legion Convention.
"Hello Bud old scout! Howsa wifel"
"She's in heaven," replied Bud sor
"Is that «0? I'm sorry." Then real
izing that this did not sound quite
Tight, Buck added, "I—I mean 1' glad
—no, that is to say, I—I'm surprized."
NOTICE OF CLAIM UNDER SEC
TION. 2372, R. S.. AS AMENDED
BY THE ACT OF JANUARY
United States Land Office, Great
Falla. Montana. .March 17, 1926.
NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN tkdtj
Della E. French has filed in this of
fiée en application under section 2372,
Revised Statutes, ss amended by Uni
Act of January 27, 1922, for the SWfe
NW* Section 22. T. 6N., R- 9
S«*NWi4 Section 20, T. 19 N.. R.
NEHME* Section 12. T. 7 S.,
16 W., SW*NE* Section 23, T.
8., R. U W, P. M.. Montana
Ail persons claiming the land ad
versely or desiring to show it to Be
mineral in character will be allowed
until May 1, 1926, to file in this of
fice their objection* to the issuanér
of patent under Die aforesaid applies
W E. Bennett
Great Falls, Montana, March I».
,*,**,.<* the above will be publish
ed fa the BeH Valley Times for five
consecutive weeks, which 1 hereby
designate as the newspaper published
nearest the land.
W E. Bennett.
(Fir»t publication March *5.)
Last publication April 22.)
NOTICE OP APPLICATION
UNITED STATES PATENT,
SERIAL NO. 666874
survey no. ira*!
United States Land Office, Great
Falls. Montana March 81. 1926.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Huit
Thomas Westgard, whose post office
address is 1023 Central Avenue, Great
Falls, Montana, has made application
for United States patent to the Am
erican and Dorcas quarts lode Mining
Claims, Survey No. 10646, In unsur
veyed Township N North, Range
East, Ä. P. M-, fa Montana (unorgan
ised) mining district. Cascade County
Montana, described as follows;
AMERICAN LODE, SURVEY
Beginning at Cor. No. i, a pine
pogt( 5 inches square, 5 feet long, set
2 ft. in the ground fa a mound of
earth , nd 9t one, scribed l-AM-10646.
No ^2 Jonepbine 'Thomas
We8tfrard c i a i man t; 1467.80 feet to
Cor. No. 2, a pine post 6 inches sq.,
ß feet , ong Mt 2 feet in the
a Q f and B tone,
2-AM-10646. S. W. Loc. Cor.
^ g 21 d 40 minute8 w
S. E. Loc. Cor. bears S. 21 degrees
40 minutes W., 9.6 feet. U. S. L. Mon.
No. 3692, in (uns.) T. 14 N., R 8. £.
bears S. 8 degrees 86 minutes 82 se
conds E. 4416.47 feet.
Thence N. 21 degrees 40 minutes L
27.60 feet, intersect line 8-4, Jose
phine Lode at N. 62 degrees 16 min
_ . _
ute " W 1107 4 ,eet from , N °' 4 *
600 feet to Cor. No. 8, identical with
the N. W. Loc. Oor., a pine post 6
inches sq., 6 feet long and set 2 feet
in the ground, with a mound of earth
and stone, scribed 8-AR-10&45
Thence S. 63 degrees 41 minutes E
1467A0 feet to Cor. No. 4, s pine post,
5 inches square, 6 feet long, set 2
feet fa the ground, with s mound of
earth and stone, scribed 4-AM-10646.
N. E. Loc. Cor. bears S. 78 degrees
do RCAS LODE, SURVEY NO. 16646
88 minutes E. 116 feet.
; Thence S. 21 degrees 40 minutes
600 feet to Cor. No. 1, the place
Beginning at Gar. No. 1, identical
with Cor. No. 2, American Lode
this survey. S. E. Loc. Cknr. bears
S, 21 degrees 40 minute* W. 162 feet.
U. 8. L. Mon. No. 3692 in ^uns.)
lif N., R. 8 E. bear» S. 17 degrees
minutes S6 seconds E. 6902.24 feet.
Thence N. 70 degrees 15 minute*
W. 399.40 feet intersect line 2-3, Sur
No. 10482 Josephine Lode, at S.
degrees 44 minutes W. 82.78 feet
from Cor, No. 3, 1861 feet to Cox.
No. 2, identical with the S. W. Loc.
6 inches feet
long, set 2 feet in the ground, with
a mound of earth and stone, scribed
Thence N. 21 degrees 40 minutes
E. 663.60 feet to Cor. No. 8, a pint
post, 5 inches square., 6 feet lonj^.
set 2 feet in the ground, with
mound of earth and stone, scribed
S-D-10646. N. W Loc. Cor. bears N
70 degrees 16 minute» W. 26.4 feet
Thence S. 70 degrees 16 minutes
E. 1961 feet to Cor. No. 4, a point mi
line 2-3, American Lode of this sur.,
at S. 21 degrees 40 minutes W. 36.6 ft
from Cor. No. 3, a pine post, 6 inches
sq., 6 feet long, set 2 feet in the
ground with a mound of earth and
stone, scribed 4-D-10646. N. E. Loc.
Cor. bears N. 21 degrees 40 minutes
E. 36.4 feet.
Thence S. 21 degrees 40 minutes W.
along line 3-2, American Lode, of this
survey, 536 feet intersect line 3-4,
Survey No. 10482, Josephine Lode, at
S. 62 degrees 16 minutas E. 392.0 feet
from Cor. No. 8, 663.60 feet lo Cor.
No. 1, the piece of beginning.
Variation at all pointe i» 21 degrees
80 «fautes E.
As near as can be detenined from
present developments, the Vein« oi
the locations embraced in this survey
extend as follows from their respec
tire discovery points;
AMERICAN: N. «3 degrees 41
minutes W 60 ft and 8. 68 degree»
41 minutes K. 1417.8 feet.
DORCAS; N. 70 degrees 16 minute*
W 1900 ft and S. 70 degrees 16 min
utea E. 61 feet
Total area American Lode 20.161
acres. Area in confect with Sur. No.
10482; Josephine Lode 0.848 acres
acres not claimed.
Total Area Dorcas Lode 17.467
Area in conflict with Survey
Joseph.!.?» Lode 9.498
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^ ,in# * ot ***" mmin * cUum **
«•* whol,v with,n bound
***** **•* Nations as marked, «N«
the ground by poets at all come«, all
******* «»***«* ** identißemüo^
Adjoining end conflicting «faim»
are tm feBow»; ,,
American Lode; On the soutbwe«*.
. „ __. : _
FORjtfae Joeepfcu» Lofts, gar.
Und on the northwest die Dorcas
Lode, Sur. No. 10646.
Doran Lode; On the southwest, the
on the southeast Ole American Lode,
Sur. No. 10646.
t N». 10482, and
Claims were located on June 2, 1922,
and duly recorded fa Book No. 10 at
Page No. 14 and Book No. 10 at Page
No. 18, (re s pect i vely), of Lode Loca
tk>ns fa the office of the Clerk and
Recorder of the County of Cascade
State of Montana.
Notic« posted on claims Match 26
im. . — — -- *.•* -
Additional Stockraising Homestead
Entry, No. 063802, for Lots 3 ft k
Sec. 23, and Lots 8 and 9, Section 26,
Township 19 N.. Range 9E.. Principal
Meridian, has filed notice of intention
make F™* 1 throe Y ear Proof, to es
W. E. Bennett,
(First Publication April 1, 1926)
(Last Publication May 27, 1926.)
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land Office at Great Palls, Mont
ana, April 7, 1926.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Johan Koski, * of Geyser, Montana,
on March 12, 1926, made
tablish claim to land above described.
before P. W. Korell, U. S. Commis
8 ioner at his office, at Stanford, Mon
tana, on the 18th day of May 1926.
Claimant names as witnesses:
gjjty \ \ : *■
Jahner Kleinen, of Spion kop Mon
tana, C» Koski, of Spionkop. Mont
ana, Dave Kernaghan, of Geyser,
Montana and Hilda Koski of Spion
A. H. Stringham,
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