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SUPPOSE li You Did'nt Know Anything at All About Automobiles [ITT you found upon inquiry that there ore about 100 different Undo of ca« ou the street and that one Manufacturer in making about 30 per cent of all these can, while Die other 90 manufacturers put together are making the other SO per cent- Would It take you long to decide which car must be giving the owner the moat for hia money. This la the eaae of tho Ford- Call in and we will show you. N. H. Browning -FORD GARAGE -r Have a Game of Pool or Billiards v 9 AT BARNEY'S v-" Tobacco doea not get dry in our cases, it keeps moving Get your favorite brand of cigar or cigarette here. A. N. PRATHER, Proprietor ARM1NGTON NEWS ♦ ♦ ♦ + + ♦+ + + ♦ + + ♦ + ♦+♦♦♦♦ -- - D. R Edward* and son from Micfai «r*n settlement were in town Wadaes-. •e day. B. K. Hammer of Belt was in town Wednesday -Ilia* McConns Product* Um Epworth League held a party Friday night at the home of G. B. Weet Gam** wtrf played and at mid night a delicious lunch was served. Ail went home hap p y and anxiously await the next party. Archie Dawson is driviag a new Olds mobile sedaa. Herb Maganaon, John R icha rd —» ., Jam— Cooper are hauling coal from the Richardson mine. Mrs. W. P. Pilgenun and Mr*. Fred Hamlow wore in Onset Palls Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Morris and fain ily were visiting in town Sunday. Mrs. Dan Childerhoae, Mrs. Fred Hamlow and Miss Bowman were the guests of Mrs. W. P. Pilgeraro Thors day evening, they spent the evening sewing, refreshments were served. „ ..... . .. . Mrs. Maud Appleyard. the county^ G. B. West made . trip to Great Falla Saturday. superintendent and her assistant Miss Ruth Orevling visited the Armington school Monday. Five carloads of stock from Log ging Creek and fifteen from Spion Kop passed through here Tuesday ev ening. __^ Mr. John Boedle, one of the stock shippers from Logging Creek left Tuesday evening for Chicago where he will dispose of his cattle. From there, in company with his wife he will go to New York and expects to sail for Scotland on the 9th of Oc tober where they will visit their par ents, they will return late in the year. NOTICE OF SALE There will be sold to the highest bidder for cash at the Pioneer Gar jage in the city of Belt. Montana, on the 23rd day of October, 1926 at I o'clock P. M. of —id day to —tisfy our claims for storage and repairs. One model 90 Baby Overland Auto mobile. Engine Numbe r, 199078, Serial Number, 204428. This car was stored with a* on the 7th day of November, 1926 py Bill Woods who residence is un known. Pioneer Garage - H. Morrow, Prop. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, Ü. S Land Office at Great Falb, Montana, September 8, 1926. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Eli—beth P. Eglin, of 1026 5th' Ave. N., Great Falb, Montana, who, on May 9, 1922 made Homestead entry Helena, 023193, now Great Falb, Nc 062667, for SWKNW*NE«4, NWK SGHNE14. SJfrSEKNEK, SWK NEK and NKSEK, Section 14 Township 16 N., Range 7 E., Mon . tana Meridian, has filed notice of in tention to make*final three year Proof, to —tohtish claim to the land above described, before Register, U. A. Land Office, Great Falb, Montana on the 23rd day of October, 1986. Cbimant names as witnesses; Henry Croft of Monarch, Montana S. C. Schwort*, Mrs. F. J. Oies and Mrs. W. C. Coffman all of Or—t Falla, Montana. A. H. STRINGHAM, Acting Register. » T Made in the most up to-date and ■. Sanitary Plant in the Northwest Visitors always welcome Northern Creamery Company - - SUMMONS I IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP THE eighth judicial district) IoF T HE STATE OF MON TANA . IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF CAS CADE. Viola Draper, Plan tiff VI Alphonzo Draper, Defendant. THE STATE OF MONTANA «ends Greeting» to the Above Named De fendant». and t* Each of Them: Yon are hereby summoned to an swer the complaint in this action which is filed in the office of the Clerk of tkle Court, a copy of which is herewith served upon one of yon in each County wherein any of yon reside tod to file serve a copy thereof upon the plain tiff's attorney within twenty days after the service of this Summons, ex elusive of the date of service and in case of your failure to appear or an swer, Judgment will be taken against h V default, for the relief dc m » n ded by the complaint. This action , ** brought by plaintiff for the pur pose of securing an absolute decree .. . * . , . A I of divorce from defendant on the ground of wilful desertion of the : plaintiff by the defendant, which said wilful desertion has continued, with oot caU8 * on the ^ of ^ pUinti ft ; for more than three years last past. Witness my hand and the Seal of said Court this 29th day of Sept, j 1920. (Seal) George Harper, Clerk. By Thos. T. Davies, . 1 / .Deputy Clerk. Graybill and Graybill, Great Falls and Belt, Montana, Attorneys for plaintiff. Last Publication October 21st. Mrs. Mary Halko, nee Mary Bodner left Tuesday from Geyser for an ex-j tended trip to visit relatives and friends in Boston, Mass., Bridgeport, Conn., Youngstown, Ohio and Chicago, REPUBLICAN Y V ■ ■ I Republican Party For County Auditor JOHN 8. COOK For County Surveyor R. J. WOODWARD For Rep—ntative E. H. COONEY HARRY HAMMENT GEORGE G. HARRIS For Associate Justice ol HUGH M. JONES the Sup r em e Court ALBERT J. GALEN WILLIAM I. HALLOWAY For Repr—entative in Congress SCOTT LEAVITT For County Cbrk and For County Coroner Recorder JOHN B. MORAN DR. L R. McBURNRT ROT A. JOHNSON . FLOYD W. STRAITON For Public Administrate! MATT L. JACOBSON For Sheriff BOB GORDON For Railroad and Public For bounty Commissioner Service Commissioner LEE DENNIS L H KOMMERS For Justice of the Peace P. J. SHIELDS C. A. WILSON For County Treasurer W. S. JEFFRIES For County Attorney ART JARDINE« For District Judge W. H. MEIGS For Superintendent of For Constable Schools LILLIAN M. BROWN For County Assessor BERT P. CHRISTIE C. C. JOHNSON For State Senator JULIUS J. WÜKRTHNER HAROLD MADT< 1 SAT Starts al^8 O'clock P. M. Music - Speaking - Dancing Art Dowse Orchestra Everybody Welcome and Cordially Invited to Attend V » é THURSDAY A FRIDAY SEPT. St OCT. 1 SUNDAY A MONDAY OCTOBER 3 A 4 Wm. Fairbanks Special Festere - la - Mare Nostrum -in « f ,99 i Ac utko comedy drama with thrilia and laughter AND—2 REEL COMEDY Adm. 10 A 30c From Ibanes' famous novel meaning "Oar Sea" ' A thrilling, spectacular u reel production that just finished a ran of 7 months' continuous at Criterion Theatre in New York City at $2.00 top adm. NOTE—Our ..prices same as regular shows—10 - 30c This show is costing us three times as much rental as an or dinary show, and we believe our patrons will turn out in Enough volume to let us run it at 10 A 30 cents and still make a profit, of advanced prices, end this is a test. One performance dally at 8 o'clock. Doors open 7 ;30 ONE DAY ONLY —SAT OCTOBER 2nd With Ganenl Custer il the Little Bit Horn" ii Based on facts and fiction of this great battle AND—2 REEL COMEDY Adm. 10 A 30c We are not in favor ■ l 00 "- from P*»« D as is often the case; the men grew tired of caring for him and for days he lay in his bed alone. Mrs. Hack Pioneer's Story shew discovered this and moved the man from his wretched surroundings to the boarding house where after months of care he recovered. The n «t year they tried fanning again on the Little Prickly Pear just below the mouth of McLellan Gplch but could raise nothing and they went back to the store at Park City.