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BELT VALLEY TIMES
S. A. RmlsIlM, Editor
92 a fear ta
Americas Prcac Am'«.. Ford
A4vcrti»iat Bcprcccatalivc
Mo«., m 8*w*i4 CU« M*»l
PUBLISHED EACH THURSDAY AT BELT, MONT., BY S. A. REMINGTON
all the time.
Some fifteen years ago the farmer looked with suspicion upon
th« advocate of good roads. He had no sympathy with one idea
of being taxed for highways'apparently for the sole convenience
of the city man with his gasoline contraption tearing through the
country. He couIdnH visualize his frenzied horses ever getting
ased tothe smefl of ««so»«« and he couldn't by any stretch of the
imagination figure out the possibility of making use of motorized j
power in his own business. ; t was foreign to all farm traditions,
and an invention of the devil to harass his pocketbook, and mak.*
, . . . nnM th _ rooHs a terror
dnv g î*>
His wails were futile, for progress would not be stayed, unac
'•ountably his livestock began to look upon the automobile with
equinamity, and then his prospsrous neighbor purchases a car,
the flivver appeared upon the horizon. and the lamer began to
take account of time as a factor in his business. In this gradually
changing point of view, the question of good roads received more
and more consideration by the farmer until today he is the most
insistent of all in demanding modern highways, and he is getting
them ton He acknowledges the clarity of vision of those pioneers
them, too. nt a -*no » y . , •
in the development of good roads whom he used to decry, and is
ready to back any reasonable movement in that direction._That
In this conqection, locally at least, one name stands out prom
inently as a sincere and conscientious worker in the good roads
movement in Montana. Scott Leavitt possessed a vision that fore
movement in moman» m ■ *. T" * . „ aann
saw the coming importance of rapid transportation. In season
and out, he travelled up and down the field of his endeavor preac -
ing the gospel of modem thoroughfares, was adversely criticized
and even damned, but stuck to his Runs through thick and thin,
gathered converts and lived to see his ideas demonstrated by one
, , , . . .. t . t . VpllowBinno Clacior Bee
of the f meat highways m the state—the Yellowstone-GUcier Bee
Line, a section of the great Park-to-Park highway. It is a pract
ical example of what every farmer hopes will eventually be done to
the road which Joins his farm to the outside world, and it will be
an actuality some time. That so much has already been accomp
lished in the short span of time, largely through the persistence
THE FULFILMENT OF A DREAM
A good healthy perspective is a requisite to getting the pro
per slant on historical facta, and even then not all of us are capable
of evolving an accurate judgment. Our conclusions -«re too often
ill reactions to the effects of progress, and we
eight of the results of certain policies which may
etbook with a disagreeable detonation, drowning
colored by p
are prone to
hit our own .
out any possible benefit to the public in general. Tune and prog
ress have a habit of working a wonderful change in our outlook
upon public expenditure, and while it is customary to throw a vic
ious brickbat in the direction of the men of vision while they are in
the act of putting their ideas over, quite often we go out and
gather in the debris on a later day and join in the loud acclamation
to the man of genius. Yea, we are apt to assert we were with him
now
and foresighledness of Mr. Leavitt, has given an impetus to the
movement that will carry it forward with increasing momentum
until every farm will have an outlet by the means of a modern
hard-surfaced highway. It will take time and it wiil take money—
but it will be worth the price.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB
UNITED STATES MINERAL
PATENT
Mineral Survey No. 10544
Serial No. 066936
United States Land Office, Gre>»'
Falls Montana, April 15, 1926.
,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN teat
in pursuance of the Act of CoiiRrcsf
approved May 10th, 1872, and Acta
amendatory thereof and supplemental
thereto, and the laws of the State of =
Montana, Mrs. Mattie Johnson, whose
post office address is Johnson room»,
Holhday Block, Great Falls, caa.ude
County, Montana, has made app ica
tion for * Patent for linear feet
the Mattie Lode, bear ng g li
zilver. lead and other valuable metals.
the same being 80 feet northwesterly
and 1420 feet southeasterly from the
discovery qut thereon; said discovery
cut being on lode line 80 feet from
I
on
Lunch Counter
!
AT BARNEYS
Open TiH 12 P.M.
PASTRY AND MBAT8
Home cooked
Sbort Orders a Specialty
O. M. OLSON. Prop.
Or. J. S. Stewart
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DENTIST
PERMANENTLY I4KJATK1)
OVKR HTATP HANK
I
a point on line 1-2, 300 feet from
Cor. No. 1; with surface ground §00
feet In width, and situated in Neihart
(unorganized) Mining District, Cas
cade county, Montana, unsurveyod
Township 14 North, Range 8 Eaat and
described by the official plat herewith
posted and by the field notes on fil«,
in the office of the Register of the
United States Land Office at
p,^. Cascade County. Montana, ami
(j^scribed äs follows:
Beginning at Cor. No. 1, identical
with ^ Nw Cor . A pine
stump. 6 ins. sq., 4 feet above th*j
w ith a mound of earth and
8tone scribcd 1 . 10544 . U. S. Loc.|
Mon No g692 jn <uns) T l4 N . Range
r e bear8 g 38 ûtgrcvs 12 minutes
w l828 . 67 ft; thence North 46 de
^ 3() minute8 E 69 7. 6 o feet to Cot
No 2 identical wi t h the NE Loc. Cor.|
A pin# ^ 5 lna . 6 feot i on g. «e;i
2 ft. in the ground in a mound of
earth & stone scribed 2-10644; thence
S 49 degrees 36 minute« E 1600 feet
to Cor. No. 8, identical the S E Loca
tion Cor. A pine post, 6 ins. _sq., 5
feet long set 2 feet in the ground
with a mound of earth and stone,
scribed 3-10644; thence S 46 degrees
80 minute« W «00 feet to Cor. No. 4.
A pine post 6 in«, zq., 6 feet long set
2 feet in the ground with mound of
earth and stone, scrilwd 4-10644,
thence north 49 degrees 30 «imite. W
11600 feet to Cor. No. I, the place of
beginning. Containing 26.807 acre«.
The Amended Location of said min
ing Claim, on which this application
for patent is based, is recorded in
Book 10 of Lode Location* 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 1.138
acre« and Albert Lode Survey No.
10442 0.002 acres. There are no ad
joining claims.
Posted on claim March 22nd, 1926.
Mrs. Mattie Johnson. Claimant
and applicant.
A. H .Stringham
Acting Register,
(First publication April 22, 1926.)
(Last Publication Jdne 17. 1926.)
APPLICATION POE PATENT
U. S. Land Office, Great Pahs,
Montana, April 28, 1926.
Survey No. 19526
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Prank Kosma tin, whose post office
address is Neihart, Cascade county
Montana, has this day filed applica
tion for a patent of 1500 linear few
of the Ely Lode or vein bearing gold,
silver and lead, being 1180 feet N.
61 degrees 3 minutes E., and 320 fsei
S. 61 degrees 3 minutes W., situated
in the Neihart (unorganised) Mining
Ditrict, County of Cascade, and State
bf Montana, and designated by tfa*
Field Notes and Official Plat on fil*
in this office as Survey Number
10526, located in Township 14, North
of Range 8 East of the principal baae
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. 3692 (uns.)
T 14 N-> R 8 E bears S. 61 degrees
o6 minutes 45 seconds N., 6678.62 !
feet
N ^[ |er ^ Lode Edward ^L.
shjeldg claiinant , bears S. 47 aegrees
n mln ; teB E ( feet
Thence S. 61 degrees 03 w.
1500 feet to Comer No. 2.
• Thence N. 37 degrees 19 mmutes W.
600 feet to Corner No> 3 '
Thence N. 61 degrees 03 minutes E.
1600 feet to Corner No. 4.
Thence 8. 37 degrees 19 minutes E
mo to Comer No. l. the
•" ™ «
he magnetic variation at all com
erg jg 21 de#rree8 30 m i nu tes e.
The location of the Ely Lode is re
corded in the Recorder's office of Cm.
cade County, Montana in Volume 9, on
pa^g 289. Quartz Lode Locations of
Cascade County.
a deed appears of record from
Gust Smedburg, a single man, to
Frank Kostmatin recorded in Book III
of Deeds, page 208.
The adjoining claim is the Great
Nortbenj Lode (ung } u 8hown
by
^ and sarvey
Any and a y persons claiming ad
versely any portion of the said Ely
Lode, or surface grounds, are requir-|
^ to file their adverse claims with
the ^ of ^ United Statea
Und offjre at Qreat Fall8 Caacada
bounty in the state of Montana, dur
ing the sixty days* period of
»Uo„ hereof or .h., will b. baneij
b Y ™ rtue of the provl8!on8 0 ^
8tatUUî - I
. .. _ . .
Acting Register.
(First Publication April 29, 1926)
(Ust Publication June24. 1926)
A. H. Stringham
SHERIFF'S SALE ON DECREE OF
FORECLOSURE
In the District Court of the Judicial
j of the State of Montana, In
| and for the Cexmty of Cascade,
EARL HOOD, Plaintiff.
MRS. EFF1E LOCKE, formerly
EFFIE V. BURLEY, and M. W.
Grea^LQCKE her husband. CASCADE
COUNTY> a municipii l corporation,
ANTON LOPAICH W Y CLARK
and CLARK £ EATON COMPANY,
„ corpor aU on , Defendants,
j
Under and by virtue of the decree
in thc abovP entitled case the Sher
ji#f of said çounty w iH se ll at Sher
iffs gale on THURSDAY' the 27th
day of Mayt l926> at 2:00 ocWk P .
M of Mid day at ^ west door of
the House in G reat Falls Cas
cade Cot , nty Montana all the'right
j tjt , e clain , ^ nd interes t G f the above
; named defendants in and to the fol .
lowinj? described property to-wit: !
The Half o{ g outh _
eagt quartar (E *sE*> of Sec
tion Eleven (11)> ^ Southeast
quarter of the Northeast quarter
(SEINEM) of Section (11), the
Northwaat quarter of th e South .
west quarter (NW)4SW>4) of
(12) a „ town
. hip Twfsnty (20) North of
^ Seven (7) East, contaip
q m Hundred Sixty (160)
acnM more or tes8 excapt one
»er«, more or less, deeded for
cemetery, said tend lying and be
ing in Cascade County. State of
Montana.
Dated at Great Falls, Montana, thù,
4th day of May, 1926.
T. J. Norton
Sheriff of Cascade County
By M. E. Tucker
Deputy Sheriff 4
First Publication May 6th
Last Publication May 27th
Norman end Byron Gillette were
in from the ranch yesterday.
Mrs. Mary Halko relief operator
j the Great Northern stopped over be
, tween trains ysetenday to
' people.
on

NOTICE OF APPLICATION POE,the
United States Land Office, Great
UNITED STATES PATENT.
SERIAL NO. MM74 /
SURVEY NO. 19646 ^
Falls, Montana March 31. 192«
....
363° feet ' 4, Survey
No. 10482, Josephine Lode, Thomas
Westgard claimant; 1467.80 feet to
Cor. No. 2. a pine post 5 inches a*,
6 feet lonflr> "** 2 foet the pr ° und
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Thai
Thomas Westgard, whose post office
address is 1623 Central Avenue, Great
Falls, Montana, has made application
for United States patent to the Am
erican and Dorcas quartz lode Mining
Claims, Survey No. 10545, in nnsur
veyed Township 14 North, Range 8
East, M. P. M., in Montana (unorgan
ized) mining district. Cascade County
Montana, described as follows:
AMERICAN LODE SURVEY
NO 10645
Beginning at Cor. No. 1, a pine
post, 5 inches square, 5 feet k>ng, set
2 ft. in the ground in a mound of
earth and stone, scribed l-AM-10645.
8. 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. E.
bears 8. 3 degrees 86 minutes 82 se
conds E. 4416.47 feet. - a
,
*"tha «.undof C^!
degrees 40 minutes w
. .
Thence N. 21 degrees 40 minutes h
27 - 60 feet - intersect line 8-4, Jose
^ " 0 ^ r . -ith
N - W. Loc. Oor., a pine post 6
inches 8 ^- 6 feet ,on * and ***■ 2 ,eet
in ground, with a mound of earth
and 8tone - eenbed s-AM-10646
Thence 8. 63 degrees 41 minutes E
1467.80 feet to Cor. No. 4, a pine post,
16 imfhes square, 6 feet long, set 2
feet in the ground, with a mound 01
earth and Stone, scribed 4-AM-10646.
N. E. Loc. Cor. bears 8 78 degrees
36 minutes E. 116 feet.
Thence 8. 21 degrees 40 minutes W.
600 feet to Cor. No. 1, the place of
beginning.
IM)RCAS I()|>F Sl RVFY SO tor>45
'
JWmtnt mt <*>r. No 1 , um cai
G° T - No. i,, Amen led -
.thi 8 survey. 8. E
'S, 21 degrees 40 minute. W. 162 feet.
L- Mon - No ' 8692 in ( uns -) T.
R -®
~
w. 399.40 feet intersect line 2-3, Sur
No. 10482 Josephine Lode, at 8. 27
degrees 44 mmutes W. 82.78 fee*.
j#rom ^ ^ g 13M feet ^ ^
No> 2 identical with the S . w . Lo C .
^ a pine ^ 6 inche8 iq6 feet
long, set 2 feet in the ground, with
a stone,
2-D-10546.
Thence N. 21 degrees 40 minute*
E. 663.50 feet to Cor. No. 8, a pint
post, 6 inches square., 6 feet long,
set 2 feet in the ground, with a
mound of earth and stone, scribed
8-D-10646. N. W Loc. Cor. bears N.
70 degrees 16 minutes W. 26.4 feet
Thence 8. 70 degrees 16 minutes
E. 1361 feet to Cor. No. 4, s point on
line 2-3, American Lode of this sur.,
at 8. 21 degrees 40 minutes W. 36.5 ft
from Cor. No 8, a pine post, 6 inches
sq., 6 feet long, set 2 feet in the j
ground with a mound of earth and j
stone, scribed 4-D-1064B. N. E. Loc.
Cor. bears N. 21 degrees 40 minutes S
E. 36.4 feet.
Thence 8. 21 degrees 40 minutes W
along line 8-2, American Lode, of this
survey, 636 feet intersect line 8-4, ;
82 ******* 16 minute8 E 392.6 feet
,rom Cor No - 3 > 668,60 feet 10 Cor - j
No - l > place of beginning,
Variation «t all points is 21 degree«:
SO minutes E.
Survey No. 10482, Josephine Lode, at.
LODE LINES
As near as can be detemined from
present developments, the Veins of
the locations embraced in this survey
extend as follows from their respec
tive discovery points:
AMERICAN: N. 63 degrees 41
minutes W. 60 ft and 8. 63 degree»
41 minutes E. 1417.8 feet.
DORCAS: N. 70 degrees 16 minute*
W 1800 ft. and S. 70 degree« 16 min
utes E. «51 feet.
AREA
Total area American Lode 20.151
Area in conflict with Sur. No.
Josephine Lode 0.348 acres
acres.
10482:
acres not claimed.
Total Area Dorcas Lode 17.467
Area in conflict with Survey
Josephine Lode 0.499
_
^
not claimed.
acres.
The lines of this mining claim, as
surveyed, lay wholly within the bound
•ries of the location« as marked upon
:
the ground by poets at all earned«, ait
plainly marked for identifkatiou.
Adjoining and conflicting claim*
are ae follow*;
America Lode: Ch» the aouthweet.
POE,the Josephine Lode, Snr. No, 10482
parf-'on the northwest the Dorcas
Lode. Snr. No. 10645.
Dorcas Lode: On the southwest, the
Josephine Lode, Snr. No. 10482, and
on the southeast the American Lode,
Sur. No. 10646.
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 ht Page
No. 16, (respectively), of Lode Loea
tarns in the office of the Clerk and
Recorder of the County of Cascade
State of Montana.
Notice posted on claims Maich 26
192«. '
(Signed)
tablish claim to land above deacribed *
before P. W. Korell, U. S. Commis
'sioner at his office, at Stanford, Mon
tann on the 18th day 6t May 1926
clajmant name8 a8 witnesses:
W. E. Bennett
Register
(Phut Publication April 1, 1926)
(Last Publication May 27, 1926.)
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION f
Department of the Interior, U. 8.
Land Office at Great Falls, Mont
ana, April 7, 1926.
is NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Johan Koski, of Geyser, Montana,
who on March 12, 1926, made
Additional Stockraising Homestead
Entry, No. 053302, for Lota 3 A I
Sec. 23, and Lota 8 and 9, Section 26,
Township 19 N., Range 9E.. Principal
Meridian, has filed notice of intention
to make Final three year Proof, to es
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Jalmer Kivinen, of Spionkop. Mon
tana, Gus Koski, of Spionkop. Mont
ana, Dave Kernaghan, of Geyser,
Montana and Hilda Kosld of Spion
Kop, Montana.
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. A. H. Stringham,
Acting Register.
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notice IS HEREBY GIVEN by
the undersigned David Back, Execu
tor of the Estate of Walter Back De
Leased, to the creditors of and all
persona having claims against the
Mid Deceased, to exhibit them with
the necessary vouchers, within Pour
(4) months after the firilt publica
tion no tf ce( to the said Execu
tor at law office, of Siattary * Tighe,
613 . 614 . 615 Fint Nat ional Bank Bldg
Great Falls, Montana, the same being
;th * plM * for **" transaction of the
" ,<l 1 " Co " tJ ''
f ' —
Dated Apnl 24 ' 1926
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of Walter Back, Deceased.
David Back,
Executor of the Estate of Walter
Back, Deceased.
Slattery & Tighe, Attorneys for Ex- i
ecutor, Great Falls, Montana.
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A good pair of shoes will
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repaired at an expense of
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of $5.25 making a iota) cost
of $11.75.
If when they need repairing
they are thrown away and
a new pair bought the cost
will be $24.00.
Why not save the differ
ence—$12,75?
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