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Baby Chick Food
Screened Con and Wheal
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It ist the thing for the Young Chicks
FINE SEED WHEAT
AND
OATS ON HAND
LARGE SUPPLY OF CORN! .
ATTRACTIVE PRICES IF TAKEN IN TON LOTS
Feed Oats - Mill Feeds - Flour
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Grist Ground on Short Notice
Farmers Mill & Elevator Company
JACK LOWE, Maaager
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Mrs, Oscar Jacobean returned home
Saturday following a ten week's trip
to Great FalU where she wag con
fined to the Columbus hospital.
Ray R. Porter went into Great
Falls Saturday for a visit LitUe
Jennie has been quite ill with the
measles.
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pOODS baked
with Dr. Price's
Phosphate Baking
Powder are easily
recognized by their
lightness, even text
ure and delicious
davor.
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You will never find a
trace of bitter taste in
food leavened with Dr.
Price'*,even though you
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too much.

FARM LOANS
Abundance of money to loan on improved farma in the Belt Valley
FARMERS AND MINERS STATE RANK
Local Agent For
Vermont Loan and Trust Company
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Through contact with the peevimm owners.
de a le r Is in a position to give yon
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tot s ir safe.
fine the n s sre s r Authorised ford Dealer today.
N. H. BROWNING
B ee hs rytog Batt e r ie« fl.M
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Metol Oils
Shingles and cement are being haul
8(1 ® ® r ' en cpe *k tor G»e new ® ra
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Mrs. Tony Faller returned to h«
Great Falls home Sunday following a
several days visit here with relatives,
She 'vas accompanied by Mr. Faller
and hy Mrs. Royal Tripp and daughjley
ter Virg inia.
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Among Our Neighbors
Brief Items of Personal Interest Gath
ered by The Times Efficient
Corps of Correspondents
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Barr Leyson was a p a s senger to
Great Palis Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Chet Smith and son
Merritt spent several days of last
week in the Palls.
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M.to Nedra Raymond has been
„. „
Miss Mamie Seiger and Tennyson
Kincaid went into Great Falls Wed
esday where they were married.
Mrs. Ingersoll of Great Palls was
here Wedn-day and Thursday on
Mrs.dies. McGibbon Jr. and three
. „ mdtAMmAmv f nr
children left Wednesday for Grant
F.II. from -to. they .-Ill ,o t,
Spokane and Ouer d'Alene to riait
relative*.
Funeral services for Donald Jacob
son infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Os
car Jacobson were held in the chapel
Tuesday. Four little boys, Elton and
Lloyd Walker. Thomas Smith and
Frank O'Conner were the pali-bear
A very beautiful service was
by Rev. Lunde of Great Palls. Inter
ment was made in the local cemetery, 1
Mrs. M. N. Lease left Wednesdayj
for Great Falla after an extended
visit here with her daughter.
Mrs. Chas. Maki and children Dud
and Mary Ann retumea home!
quite ill in Great Falls.
business.
i
Monday from a several day's busi
ness trip «( Sand Coulee and Great;
Falls.
Mrs. G. C. Warmbrod left Sunday
i for Great Falls. Miss Joyce is stay
ing at the A. C. Taylor home.
Mr. and Mrs. Jarvis and children
recently moved into the Drenvllle
house.
Mrs. Chas. Ettien left Thursday foi
Great Falls to consult a nerve special
I Mr. Ferguson a salesman, ^ad dif
ficnity in going up Carpenter creek
Saturday, so was forced to abandon
his car here for repairs, going
ist.
Great Falls in Ray Porter's car.
Mr. and Mrs. Hansen and Frankie
! Wallace spent Sunday here at the
, ATrt Walker home returning to Great j
i Fails in the evening.
1 The log ham on the C«ri Faller
riots is being tom down this week by ;
Messrs. Crutcher and Shill, they
having bought the lumber.
Geo. Bennett is having his garage
tom down to make room for a mort
modem buildin»r
Mrs. Hans Roe hi and son Edgar
returned Monday from « »even week's
visit with Mrs. Roehl's daughter in
Billings.
Mrs. Annie Moore went to Great
FalU Saturday evening on a combiri
ed business and pleasure trip.
Emil Anderson spent several days
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Sta'lM I. Ill .ith mens lea
in Great Falls.
Lee and Geo. Jacobson came in
from the ranch Saturday for a visit
with relative«.
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RAYNESr'OR

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The Raynesford orchestra motored
to Auguste Saturday and played for
a dance there.
Joe Colarchic purchased a new
tractor engine at Stanford Iasi week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Stover of Great
Falls are guests a t the Chesbro hoirie
for a few days this week.
Mr. Bloom purchased a new Chrys
1er car this week.
Mrs. Moser of Belt was visiting
friends in town Tuesday and Wed
nesday.
Ed Michels returned Monday after
spending a couple of days bi Great
Falls with Mrs. Michels.
Roy Fish returned from Great Falls
Monday with a new Willis Knight
sedan.
Mr. and Mra. John Visocan visited
at the Murrey home Sunday,
Mr. and Mrs. M. G. McCarty mo
tored to the Ed Woods reach Toes
day.
Mr. Pluhr of Belt was a cailer in
oor town Monday.
Mrs. Fleishman and daughter
Clare went to Belt Tuesday to con,
suit Doctor Greybeal in regard to
arm.
Sadie Nolliner visited at the Ole
Anderson ranch Saturday.
Mr. MBd Mra, H. J. Vaskey visited!
with the folks in Great Fall* Rat-!
urday and Sunday.
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application fob patent

I
il. 8. Land Office, Great Falls,
Montana, April 28, 1920.

to
Survey Na. 19528

Frank Koematin. whose post office
addrrM '* Nei ^ rt - cottnt y
Montana, has this day filed applic.
tion for a patent of 1500 linear feet'
of the Ely Lode or rein bearing gold,
si lver an d lead, being 1180 feet N.
51 degrees 3 minute* E., and 820 foe.
s . 51 degrees 3 minutes W.. situated
in the Ne ihart (unorganized) Mining
^MonUnTlnd d^a^by 8 *!
of Montana - ancl ae81 8 naLea °y
Fie | d Notes and Official Plat on fila
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10626 locatod ta Townahip l4 . North
1 . , , . r Prent
M Northwest ^* n , Z £ f
^® r ^ Crn * S )
Shields, c aiman , i^ar* S. 7 aegrees
11 m,nutes Ieet *
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tim*.
of Range 8 East of the principal base
line and meridian of the State of
Montana, said survey of the courses
of distances being as follows, to-wit:
Beginning at Corner No. 1,
Whence U. S. L. M. No, 8692 (uni.)
T. 14 N., R. 8 E., bears S. 61 degrees
06 minutes 45 seconds N., 6678.62
Thence S. 61 degrees 03 minutes W
i 1500 feet to Corner No. 2.
Thenc* N. 37 degrees 19 minute s W.
1600 feet to Corner No. 3.
Thence N. 51 degrees 03 minutes E.
1500 feet to Corner No. 4.
! Thence S. 37 degrees 19 minutes E
600 feet to Comer No. 1, the place
of beginning, containing an area of
20.653 acres.
he magnetic variation at ail com
The location of the Ely Lode is re
corded in the Recorder's office of Cas
tade County, Montana in Volume 9, on
P n * e 269 - Lode Locations of
into!Cascade County I
That a deed appears of record from
ers is 21 degrees 30 minutes E.
Guat Smedburg, a single man, to
Frank Kostmatin recorded in Book III
j Ceeds, page 203.
The adjoining claim is the Great
Northern Lode (uns.) as shown by
; plat and survey.
Any and all persons claiming ad
versely any portion of the said Ely
Lode, or surface grounds, are requir
^ ^ fjj e their adverse claims with
the Register of the United States
{^nd office, at Great Falls, Cascade
County in the stete of Montana, dur
^ng the sixty days' period of publi
cation hereof or they will be barrel
by virtue of the provisions of the
9ta tute.
A H gingham
Acting Register
(Fin. Publication April », IMt)
< L *" Pub,l " ,fa " J "" 24 ' l926)
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
UNITED STATES MINERAL
PATENT
Serial No. 066936
United States Land Office, Gren:
Falls Montana, April 15, 1926.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tnai
in 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,
Hdffiday Block, Great Falls, Cascade
County, Montana, has made applica
tion for a patent for 1500 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
cat being on lode line 80 feet from
• point on line 1-2, $00 feet from
Cor. Nb. 1 ; with surface ground 80S
foot in width, and situated in Neihart
(smergsaiaed) Mining District, Cas
onde county, Montana, ons or veyo a
T ownahip , 14 North. Range 8 East and
dencribed by the official plat herewith
and by the field notes on (Be
ha the office of the Register of^Aol
United Skates Land Office at Gnat
Fa Re, Cascade County, Montons, and
described as
Beginning at Cor. No. I, identical
with the NW Location Oor. A pi»*
Mon No $892 to* (
stump. 6 ins. sq., 4 feet above the
ground with a mound of earth and
atone, scribed 1-1Û844 U. 8. Loc.
) T 14 M Range
8 E hears 8, 88 degrees 18
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Killing of Pests
Planned in County
(Continued from Page One)
1 either in cash
or merchandise).
Many of the district* are contribotinc
apaeial prises which «ill be contrib
jotad by iadhrldoals and organisation*
within the ditziet to stimulate Mam
t
the contest The fire highest con
testants in the entire county will ra
ehr« special prises in addition.
A district chairman will be ap
pointed at each of the points ment
ioned shore to count the tails, ears.
and feetand report the amosnt to be
credited to each boy or girl on the
10th „ d 2&tb of each month to ^
County Agent, office where they will
be ubuJated and of eac b
teatant and each district published in
a!1 county
„„
. , ° F CONTEST
*' ^ ^
2 0 pen to any boy or girl in ^
'Tï 21 »T" of k
4 . Pests are to We trapped, shot
_o i90ned or 8ecU red in anv method
"" th0<1
.
* erVe **** *? Srl>t c n f e * amend and
'T? . 8nd Mttle
all disputes.
papers.
6. Contestant« must report their
ex hibits for. point« before the 10th oi
26tb ^ each month.
g Any contestant found guilty of
buying or securing points in any un
fair manner or disobeying the rules
or spirit of the contest may be dis-j
qualified by the executive committee.
7- The executive committee
re
Posters and literature giving the
names of the community chairman
prizes and other detailed information
will be published soon. In the mean
time all* boys and girb wishing to
enter the contest should start at once
to save rodent tails, rabbit ears, and
magpies and crow feet.
W 1323.67 ft; thence North 46 de-j
grees 30 minutes E 597.60 feet to Cm
No. 2, identical with the NE Loc. Cor.
A pine post 6 ins. sq., 6 feet long, sei
2 ft. in the ground in a mound of
earth & stone scribed 2-10644; thence
S 49 degrees 85 minutes E 1600 feet
to Cor. No. 8, identical the S E Loca
Hon Cor. A pine post, 6 ins. sq.. 5j
f<H * ,0n * 861 2 feet in the * round
vith a mound of earth and stone,
scribed 3-10544; thence S 4« degrees
30 minutes W 600 feet to Cor. No. 4.
A pine post 6 ins. sq., 6 feet long sei
2 feet in the ground with mound of
earth and stone, scribed 4-10544;
thenoe north 49 degrees 30 minutes W
1500 feet to Cor. No. 1, the place of
beginning. Containing 20.607 acres.
The Amended Location of said mir- j
ing Claim, on which this application
for patent is based, is recorded in
Book 10 of Lode Locations on page
444 of the records of the office of the
county clerk and recorder of Cas
cade county, Montana.
The conflicting areas are Copper
Plate Lode Survey No. 10442 1.133
acres and Albert Lode Survey No.
10442 0.002 acres. There are no ad
J oinin « d ' i "
Posted on claim March 22nd, 1926.
Mrs. Mattie Johnson, CUiroant
and applicant.
A. H. Stringham
Acting Register.
(First publication April 22, 1926.) [
(Last Publication June 17, 1926.) Y

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PASTRY AND MEATS
Home cooked —
Short Orders a Specialty
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