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What a satisfaction it is to be able to provide com
fortably for your family, in this present day.
everyone earns a good wage and there is work for
all.
It is only a matte£ of conserving _ what remains „
above actual living requirements. Deposit your
surplus with the Farmers and Miners State Bank
and let it work for you in later years.
Farmers & Miners
State Bank
Home of the Far-Reaching Service
Local Items of Belt
and Vicinity
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Telephone men are putting up
lines this week in parts of the city
and are doing a lot of general repair
work.
Mrs. Abe Morris Jr. is assisting In
McConkey's store daring the absence:
of Mr. McCotfkey.
new,
Martin Gmsskopf of Raynesford
was in Belt on business Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob McCafferty of
the Beaudry ranch on Tiger Butte
jwere shopping in town the first of
ithe week.
1 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Maki were
'town from the ifioumains Tusday.
Row man rr
Mr. and Mrs. Don Atkinson and
-j— Supt . and Mrs—AL C.
turned this week from
where they spent the last
Missoulr
month
; Hearing of the forest fire near the
North Fork of the Flathead which ia
■ the location , of their ranch, tjiey,
drove toward it until they were stop
ped by forest guards who told them
that they would not be allowed " to
! go farther. The Bowmans learned
that the fire had destroyed several
homesteads in their locality but that.
.the neighbors had succeeded in sav-1
ing the Bowman house. Many of
{these burned out are in a destitute
{condition, because their crops are
gone upon
their farms for a livelihood.
Mr. and Mrs. Baptiste Pizzini of
Great Falls visited over the week-1
jend with Mr. and Mrs. John Pizzini
Mrs. Maud Appleyard returned
j early this week from a trip upon
which she visited Neihart, Monarch
and the Silver Dyke, after voting
Tuesday she planned to spend a few
days in Great Falls.
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Clergy departed
Tuesday afternoon for Butte. They
will visit friends there and may make
a camping trip into thewesternjmrt
of the state.
Basil Pizzini who is working on
th Great Northern bridge crew near
Vaughan came home Sunday to visit
his parente.
Duncan
Owen Fergus of Davis Creeek and
the Misses Pimperton and
visited Belt Tuesday.
Bob McCullough of the Great Falls
Meat Company made a business trip,
to this section this week.
Henry Daniels of Hughesville pas-j
sed through Belt Tuesday on his
way home from Great Falls. He wm
'accompanied by his wife's sh ,r who
will visit them for a few week
(Mrs. Grace Dunnigan and Mrs. Dolly
Collins are at the Daniels home £*
r
the summer. Mr. Daniels says tout
the road from Monarch to Hug'ies
(ville is better than he has seen it for
a long time. He also
Huckleberries
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r
say. that
are scarce th r year
Joe Conroy visited friends in Belt
over Sunday. He is working on the
Donovan and Lyter Sheep ranch on
Sun River and thinks he has the best
{employers going. Donovan was for
j merly Attorney General of the state
j and Lyter was County
! Their home is in California,
Attorney,
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have a famous band of Rambouillets
which make as high as
40 pounds to
ithe fleece.
Dr. nod Mrs. Stewart
from a vacation trip -to- ■-Minnesota,
i They report crops in this-acction the
best that they hv'e seen. In Minne
back
art
'Ota and N i th Dakota small g^aip
has been generally a failure and corn
while starting out well finally dried
up and is a total failure.
'
"A, G. Hay -of Arm ing to n was
business" visitor to Belt Monday.
Miss Elizabth Mahoney, a former
teacher in District No. 29, called at
the Times office and visited
Mrs.
Jo s, Morrii i W e d ne sda y .
Mrs. Mattie Mosier spent Tuesday
visiting friends at Raynesford.
Mrs. Allen Chesbro and Mrs. Lena
Watscm of Raynesford shopped in
Belt Tuesday.
for Great Falls to visit with Miss
Lillian Servoss for a few days.
Mrs. Luther Paxson left Monday
Alice Larkin came home from-Lew
istown Sunday tor u tew hours visit
with her parents.
Mrs. Alexander left Sunday for her
home in Seattle after a visit with
her daughter, Mrs. E. J. Marquardt,
Mrs, Rose Camel! and Mrs. Jenny
McCarty of Caspar..^Wyoming ar
rived in Belt to visit parents for '
some time.
Mrs. Emily Rector and daughter,
Sarah are guests of Mr. and Mrs.
W. C. Blomriuist at Logging Cerek.
« Percy Engdahl of Great Falls wa>
a business visitor in Belt Sunday.,
Mr and Mis. Gas Probst and Mr.
and Mrs. Pater Dark- shopped in
Belt Tuesday. :
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Second door below the Trv,y Laim
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Mr, and Mrs. Tom Noble and Mr.
i and Mrs. Joe. Peters motored to
{Great Falb on Sunday. The ladies
! 8 Pent on Logging Creek.
Mr. and Mrs, Thomas Glynn were
i had just returned from a month
(business visitors in our city Tuesday.
{Tuesday.
Mr, and Mrs. Leo Gray bill and son
I of Great Falls visited Mrs. Provin
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j Mrs. Walter O'Fallon and son visited
Mrs. Jos, Leveille and son and
! relatives in Belt Sunday
I Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Vaskey and
in'daughter, Elizabeth, of Great Falls,
[passed through Belt Sunday on their
i wav _the ranch at Rayne sford '
"here they will spend a few days
helping the boys with the crop.
Ben Kennedy. B F. McConkey. A.
: N - Prather and J. W. Leland started
for Bozeman to attend the rou ndu p j
nn 'l *be Shrine Convention. They ex--;
; pelted to go
V' sterdaÿ..
Mr. an< i Mrs. A. O. Norman of ;
Thibodeau Creek wore in town on'
business yesterday. They _ have a
wr V fine crop this year.
Bom to Mayor and Mrs. H. W.
Millard Wednesday morning a dnugh
as far as White Sulphur
I
ter.
Miss Tekla Kraftenburg of Little
Belt is the proud owner of a new
Star touring car, bought from Hi
Morrow Tusday.
Jack English is in a hospital in
Great Falls with a badly bruised leg
which got in the way of some poles
while they were being unloaded.
I Cal Sharrard and wife visited Mrs.
Kiers tead in the hospital last even
ing. The patient is recovering as
rapidly as could be expected. Mrs.
Wade Wilson at last reports was
still in bed.
Father O'Sshea of Geyser has been
visiting father McHugh this week.
Alice Beaudry of the Farmers and
Miners State Bank spent two weeks
[vacation with friends in Butte and,
in Great Falls. She is back at work
{again.
Henry Gossack is on his vacation
High wood.
j Mrs. Venier of Geyser was the
! guest of Mrs. Phil Leveille this week.
1 Mike Spegnr of Neihart »rent Sun
: day night in Belt on accoun* of car,,
trouble. Ht* has just brought b : «
son home from th • Billings h >spH it
where he had undergone -n opération i
i which was ncessitated I infant'!»
paralysis.
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j "Former Belt Boy
I Christian Church this iu;:Mn -,
; for, Sunday nigh*, August 8(h.
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la man out side the chur h be dved."
Text for the following Sunday night,
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Church h* ,OSt invited.
August 16th.
next Saturday by the Ladies' Aid ofj
the Methodist Church, at the room
in the bank building. Lunch will be
A food and bake sale will he held
served from 11 o'clock A. M, over
Come in and
and a li,ght
Coni* in. whether you wish,'
( Adv.)
the noon hour, and so on into the
afternoon, something hot and sub
stantial *111 be erved
a menl or
j Unch
fo eat or not.
MFTHODfST CHURCH NOTES
Harry T. Stone, pastor
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The regular services of the church
win he conducted- duri
and on next Sahhoth.
the week
inr*
The prayer service and Bible study
Mass will meet For worship on Thur«
day. Come early so that the time
for music and song service might be
a little bit longer.
If any one cn
joyg singing hymns be .sure to b*
present for that part of the service
as well as for the study part of the
evening service.
See police of Saturday's food and j
bake sale in another article in ;^his ■
paper.
A story for children on Thursday
evening, at 7:30 o'clock, preceding
The children!
the prayer service
will then be dismissed after the song j
service.
The usual services next Sabboth. j
Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Sun-j
day School at 10 o'clock. If teacheisj
were as faithful as children, we
wold have a great Sunday School, j
A-good message gift will be giieïrf»|
each teacher present at prayer ser- •
vice on Thursday evening.
Epworth League meeting at 7:001
o'clock. Let all I>eaguers come to the
devotional meeting,-. You are missing
good lessons by being absent from |
thé meetings.
Evening worship at 8 o'clock,
is thought that the service« will be
in charge of Rev. Stong next Sab
both, if, however, the pastor has not
returned, Mrs. Stong will conduct th
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Newi Fall Styles
The old summer straw has had Its
day and now for yoor new Stetson
USE YOUR HEAD!!
when you buy your hat—not merely as a
place to rest it—think whether it will wear
well, whether it is becoming—whether you
will be satisfied
Our advice to thoughtful men is to wear
a Stetson—There is no substitute.
Come in and see the new Stetson styles.
Hamment Bros.
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CARD OF THANKS
We desire to thank all our friends
for their kindness, helpfulness and
sympathy in our recent affllctation.
We wish especially to remember the
givers of the flowers, Mrs. 8tong
and the choir and all others who as
slated us during the illness and fun
eral services of Georgina Marie At
kinson.
lira. George Atkinson
Mr. and Mrs. Tony Sanders
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Snook and
family
CHRST1AN CHURCH
Sunday School 10:30 A. M.
Morning Service and Communion
a t i |;30 A. M.
Richard Mead Pastor.
Christian Endeavor at 7 P. M.
Preaching services 8 P.M.
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Friday, Feast of the transfiguration, i
Sunday- Holy Communion 0:00 A.M.I^
Services at 10:00 o'clock A. M.
ST. LUKE'S CHURCH
Lee H. Young, pastor.
Short service at 10:46 A, M.
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Kennedy. Executor of the Es
täte of Margaret Millard, Decease V
will receive written bids on the fol
FOK SALK
lowing described property at the Bell
0#flce of Graybill & Graybill, attorn
1
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eys for the estate. Bids must be ac
companied by cash in the amount of.
10 per cent of the bid, cash to be re
turned if hid not accepted. Sale to be
confirmed by the Court. Good title.
pj d(( revived up to Sept. 1st.
_ ~~ The property
j},,. Mn . Millard residence being
Specials for Saturday
25 lbs. CANE SUGAR
1 gallon Libby's Dills.'....
I gallon Sunkist Dills
1 gallon Sliced Peaches
1 gallon Strawberries
1 gallon Blackberries
1 gallon Logan Berries
1 gallon Apricots .
1 gallon Pears .
$2.25
85c
85f
75c
$1-25
90c
90c
75c
75c
We Solicit Your Cream Business
ON THESE PRINCIPLES—HIGHEST MARKET PRICE
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FOR ARMOUR CREAMERIES
Full Line Work Gloves
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the small house, on Bridge St., mod
em with garage, fifty foot lot;
The large old Millard house, with
lot as tending.back to 2nd Ave. 8., ana
up to Bateman house;
r 2 vacant lota near Bemis residence;
1 vacant lot near Geo. Mace's room
ing house; one large safe and other
property. Rouses may be inspected
(see Will Millard).
For further details we Graybill ft
Oraybil), Belt or Great Falls.
BIDS WANTED
The school board of School District
No. 29, Belt, Montana is asking bids
for the remodeling of the heating
and ventilating system of the Custer
School building and the repairing of
the furnaces situated therein.
Bids must cover the cost of the
installation -of hot air pipes of nec
essary size to effectually heat all
rooms and vent pipes of proper size
to remove cold air from the rooms,
j replacing of smoke pipes, covering
j exposed pipes with plaster board, in
| stallation of registers and every -
i thin * necessary to make a work
manlike Job
All bids must be in the hands of
ck)rk ^ uld School District !»*
later thnn Ö o'clock P. M. on the 14th
day of August, 1926 and must con
,nin a «*** f< * 10 ******
amount of the bid a* a gua
Rood fajfch and that ^ bidder ^
at once mtmr into a contract to corn
of
plfte the work within a specified
Plans and specificaions may be
obtained from the clerk of said dist
rict..
The Board reserves the right to.,
reject any and all the bids.
By order of the Board of Education
this 4th day of August, 1926.
Pauline Yui'ko, Clerk,
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