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Company
NOW Offers DUCO
for Handy Home Uses!
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D UCO is the widely
known finish fer fine
furniture and automobiles.
NOW you can have this
same wonderful finish for
handy home uses.
Du CO is the ideal finish for » ,
woodwork, furniture, floors,
walls and metalwork. It
brushes on freely, dries
quickly without showing
brush marks.
The hard jewel-like surface
washes perfectly and will
not crack, check, peel or fade.
Here are some of the
(hinds you can do
with DtCO:
—finish your floors with two
. -oats of DUCO and walk on
them a few hours later
—put two coats of DUCO on your
canoe Saturday afternoon and
u-o it tfi-l evening
—finisli l!'c brmikiast ret v.-i !» two
coals c i Lil'CO in the tnomine
and serve luncheon en I; that
noon.
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Bars for the Kids, or a tasty pound
..Ice cream also If you prefer it.
Always on hand,
for the better half.
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Front Quarters, Per Pound ..
Hind Quarters, Per Pound.
Spring Lamb for Saturday
PRICE AND WEIGHT TO ONE AND ALL ALIKE
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Local Items of Belt
and Vicinity —
j AlexPaul, Virgil Nelands and Louis|
| Ecrivent of Grout Falls visited friends]
in Belt Tuesday evening.
Phi! Ryan of Milwaukee visited his
cousin, Mrs. Clergy, Tuesday. Mr.
and Mrs, Kranl visited the Clergys
Tuesday. ,
Frank Fischer of Judith Jap was
« business visitor in Belt Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. James Sewell of Mon
arch visited relatives here Saturday
as they passed through on there way
from Great Falls.
Joseph Vaskey of Great Falls greet
ed friends on our streets Tuesday.
Mrs. C. F. Anderson of Great Fall*
was a visitor in town Wednesday. "
Mrs. Robbins entertained for the
Liskum Sisters Tuesday night. The
honor guests assisted delightfully
with the entertaining after which a
dainty lunch was served. Those pres
ent were; Pauline Yurko, Louise Loch
ray, Mary Fagan, Pauline Zemanek,
Abnie Beaudry, Alice Beaudry, Gene
vieve, Shroeder, Gienna and Ethelyn
Liskum, Vesta Robbins, John Donald
son, Jay Leland and Mr, and Mrs.
Raymond Robbins.
Mr. and Mrs. Tony Faller of Nei
hart attended the show at the Pythian
Wednesday night. •
Mr. and Mrs. Fred King were shop
ping in Great JPslh Tuesday. They,each.
will make their home in Belt for the
rest of the year.
Mrs. Agnes Brolin was a visitor
in Great Falls Tuesday.
Mrs. Holderby has received a wire
that her husband had arrived in San
Fancisco. He went from Portland
by boat. • —
Camille Polutnik is home suffering
from overwork but will be all right
again soon after a bit of her mother's
care.
_Jim Livix is ill wth dropsy at his
home in Raynesford.
Mrs. Rhodes of Boise, Ida., who has
been visiting her niece, Mrs. A. Daw
I son left this week for her home.
Jim Nader and son Louis of Lower
S Belt were in town on business I'ues
I day.
Joe Disher was a business visitor
in Belt Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kopriva called
on frienda in town Tuesday.
afternoon.
John Marquardt has provided him
self with a wrecking car wh : ch
ries a derrick powerful enough to
handle any wreck. He proposes t»
handle accidents without so much
manual labor hereafter.
Abe Hedrick has been fulling until
it was thought beat Sunday to take
him to the hospital in Great Falls
+ METHODIST CHURCH NOTES +
Harry T. Stoag, pastor
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Sacrament of the Lords Supper
Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. This
ia the moot sacred and blessed
ment of the church. Let ua faithfully
execute the comandmcnt of our Lord,
In which he said, "This do in remem
brance of me."
Evening worship at 7:80 o'clock.
Please note the change of time—one
half hour earlier. The pastor will !
speak on the "Test of Character."
The young people are specially urg
ed to attend. e
Off rial Board meeting this evening
immediately following the prayer ser
vice. This will be an important meet
sacra
Ing and all members are asked to
be present. t
Sunday school at 10 o'clock.
Epworth League devotional meet
ing st 6:30.
Organization is a prequisite in the
welfare of any church; this we have
but there are two other matters which
are also essential, co-operation and
service. We are depending on every
member and friend of our church for
these two important factors. Do not
disappoint us.
LOOK AHEAD
WALK TO DAHL'S AND SAVE DOLLARS
Only 14— 2y% Gallon Jackets of Syrup at the Below Price
First Come ! First Served !
1—26 lb. Jacket StoneGolden Syrup
1—26 lb. Jacket Ston 's White Syrup ...
You save 70c on the Golden and 80c on the White by
buying now or in other words you get 10 pounds of Syrup
for nothing
" WALK TO * DAHLS AND SAVE DOLLARS **
.$1.46
.$1.65
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Mrs. Walter Hill is sufering from
pneumonia, it is reported this week.
John Snook escorted Misses Alice
and Aimee Beaudry to Great Falls
1 * 5 , t week on a shopping trip.
Dr. Alonzo C. De Ladd and daughter
of su . ven#on Wagh . j arrived
in Neihart Monday to spend several
wwks ^ ^ and aU , teI .
Andergon who haB the
Ruest of Mrs Anna M oore for some
time. ^ a „ return to stev
enson some time in November.
Virginia Hill, daughter of Mr. and
Tom Noble visite Belt occasionaly
p or gale; . 40 trap* a n siie8( 1.53
Ten Bee .Rives. $ 6.00 each,
will rent 40 acres with buildings on.
A baby daugher was bom last week
to Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCafferty
at the Grayfoeal hospital.
D. L. MacDonald took the 4H
dub exhibits to Great Falls through
the rain late last night.
these days.
Business Readers
Adverthtmcnu under this beading
Ten Cent* per line for each inaertinn
Mrs. A. G. Hay, Armington, Mont.
STRAYED OR STOLEN— One white
Face Cow, 2 yr. old, de
horned, branded on left
rib«. $10 reward for return to the
Mike Pendergrast ranch. Thos. E.
Woodward.
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Sept. SO—Oct. 7-14
FOR SALE—Thrfeshermeh's books at
Times Office.
FOR SALE—Eight Poland China Pigs
Six weeks old. Mat Urich, Belt.
MARCELLING
Second door b.-low the Tmy Laun
dry. Jessie Sampson. Ph>ne 89IV
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land Office at Great Falls, Montana.
I August 28, 1926.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
(Nichols Gluaicor, of Raynesford,
Montana, who, on August 4, 1921,]
made Original Stockraisit»' Home
stead Entry, Serial No. 051896, for
WH Section 3, and NML Section 10,
Township 16 N., Range 8 E., Frin. M.
Meridian, has filed notice of intention
to make three year Proof, to estab
lish claim to the land above described,
before The Register of the U. 8 .
Land Office at Great Falla, Montana,
on the 6 th day of October, 1826.
Claimant names as witnesses! '
Andre«' Thisted of Great Falls,
Montana, and William Orfaam, Louis
Anderson and Peter Skitea sll of
Raynesford, Montana.
A. H. STRINGHAM,
Acting Register.
Honey For Sale
New honey in the comb or ex
tracted $2 gallon
Su galion Iota or mort $1.88
per gallon
P r oduced exclusively from clo
ver«
QUALITY GUARANTEED !
State whether comb or extracted
is wanted when ordering
The Busy Bee Apiary
Bee Hive, Montana
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Florsheim Shoes
Are More Stylish
to Begin With!
And They Wear
a Whole Lot Longer
in the End!
For Style
For Comfort
For Workmanship
and Wear
Gome in and Try
the Florsheim Shoes
that Discriminating Men
from Coast to Coast
Come Back to Buy!
Not Once in a While!
Not Time and Again!
But Always!
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Most Styles $10
Hamment Bros.
THE FIXIT SHOP
E. J. MARQUARDT. Prof.
FIXIT means FIX IT
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OUR repair (work la guaranteed. We de no »loppy
half-finished job«.
OUR reputation for good work to behind every job
that leave» our »hop.
OUR experience here and oversea« make» os con
fident of oar ability to serve you.
Carrhart Overalls
One Gillette Safety Razor FREE with each pair
Carrhart Unionalls
.$4.00
Heavy Khaki_
Heavy Rope Stitch AD Wool Sweater....
$4.96
A,
Ladies' Lingette Bloomers
Garter Knee, Per Pair .....:.
Children '« Colored Sateen Bloomers, Per Pair..66c
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McConkey Merc. Co.
BELT, MONT.

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