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BELT VALLEY TIMES
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S. A. Remington, Editor
92 • Year in Advance
American Prca* Aaa'a.. Forciia
Advertiaiaf Raprcaantalivc
glared » the Po.lo*c. at Belt.
Mont . •• 8»«*od Ctaw Marl
EACH THURSDAY AT BELT, MONT., BY S. À. REMINGTON
PUBLISHED
Among Our Neighbors
Brief Items of Personal Interest fath
ered by The Time* Efficient
Corps of Correspondents
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Ellsworth and Red Johnson
each have a neu radio.
A Fischer and family were
Kails Saturday and Sunday,
They 1 Jm! horn. in\ new Stock
standard sedan.
The Halloween party and Demo
rratic rally at the Waltham school
Friday night was attended by a large
Lander and
guests Sunday ol
Highwood
creek
Miss Kantola, Marie and Connie!tire
Forder, and Charlie and Frank Pis
cher attended the dance at Fife Sat
nrday night.
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Hauer, Mr. and
Mrs. Otto Gulden and Mr. and Mrs.
V. L. Fischer were shopping in Grea«j
Falls recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smith drove
to Dutton last week and visited
friends near their old home for «ev-i
Ge<>
in
and appreciative crowd.
Mr. and Mrs. John
children were
"Grandma'
Lander on
earal days.
Mrs. Gus Peterson has been suf- ;
fearing from neuralgia. j
The hajrd-time masquerade given, 1
by the Camp Fire Girls at Shepherd j
them
and Mrs, C. J.j
Hauer delightfully entertained al
seven tables of "600" Saturday night
Red Johnson won the first prize
which was a pumpkin filled
chocolates. Mrs John Lander cut
the booby. At the close of the even
ing a tempting luncheon of pickles,
assorted sandwiches and cakes, and
with !
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Shepherd's land. |
Pupils of Waltham school had »
There was no school '
Tuesday because the building was 1
used for election, and none Thursday
because of a meeting held in High
wood by the state rural supervisor,
Him King.
Walter Lander and Buzz Thompson
are hunting in the Belt Mountains.
Nels Baker, V. L. and Alcide Fis
eher attended the sale in Great Falls
Monday and each bought two milch
coffee was served.
Clarence Feltman has a new Mc
Cormick-Deoring engine,
contracted to farm 100 acres of Isaac
He has
short week.
cows.
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' Ur. and Mrs. Jim Casement; Mrs.
Frank Servoss and daughter Marion
and Edith of Great Falls visited
friends in Amnington.
W. Sheldon and
Seigllng j
shipped four cars of cattle from here
Tuesday
Those of Armington who attended
the lectures in Great Fails by George
Mecklenbepg were: Mr. and Mrs. G.
R.
B. West and Mr. and Mrs. W. P.
Pilgeram.
Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Crane returned
home from Iowa Sunday where they
had been visiting Mrs. Cranes
parents.
Mr. A. H. MacDonald and Miss
Lowry were business visitors j« |
Great Palis Friday.
The Ladies Aid met at the home of j
Mrs. Gua Nordquist Friday after
noon. A very enjoyable time waa
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had.
She expects to
George Woods of the Checker |
Mr». D. Childerhose left Tuesday
for Butte where she will visit her !
daughter Myrtle,
return some time next week.
Club requests all children under 14
not to Congregate in the club room.
Friday evening a Hallowe'en party
was put on by the school after
a short program, games were played;
lunch was served and all went home
feeling they had spent a very
pleasant evening
It was with feeling of regret that
w* beard of the death of Mrs Owens.
One of the oldest timers in this
•action of the country She was a
kind neighbor and a good friend and
sympathy of the community goes;
put to her family
U. S. TIDE CO.
USES PAPERS
... n
uring concerns in the country co
epee.«, with their dctocr. to keep
local buaineM in the '""f 8 °* '° C "
concerns, was interestingly brought
out in a talk with one of our leading
tire merchants last week.
The company to which he pointed
particularly for its work in this di
rection is The United States Com»
pany, which has perhaps gone fur
ther along these lines than any other
concern.
There are several reasons, aside
from the very good point of keeping
tjre 8t o reg are the logical place to
buy tires ra ther than the mail order
hougeg
Tires need looking after by an ex
porieneed tire man. He must have a
we j| equ ipped and well stocki-d shop|
and be able to tell whether a tire i»
doing its work properly, and if not,
How one of the largest manufact
home money at home, why our local
why ' not
p or instance, an expert tire man
can te ,| w hether tires are wearing|school
undu i y because of the wheels being
lout of alignment
t rouble in tim e
If improperly equalized brakes are
cau8 i n g tire wear, the tire man can
that and warn the owner,
This sort of service you ennnot
expect when you buy tires from mail
order houses,
The United States Tire Company,
started eleven years ago to educate
people to their interest in supporting,
the legitimate home town tire dealer.
In addition to running its own ed
ucational campaign in local papers
without interruption for eleven con
gecu tive years, the Company encour
a(ft , g tbe doa j er to supplement it
w jth advertising of his own and
helpg him do it Under ct>rta i n con -
d jtioiis it even shares the expense of
^ be dea i er ' g own advertising.
Recent improvements in production
methodg n ow enable the United
Sutes Rub ber Company to market,
through the local dealers, tires of
known qua | it y t bearing the Com
g trade mark and full warranty,
for as little money or even less than
the cost of mail order tires or off
brand tires of uncertain value.
WOOL GROWERS ORGANIZE
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ranged by Montana Wool Growers
Association and the Cascade County
Agent's office Wednesday night,
October 27 the North Central Mon
NORTH CENTRAL MONTANA
tana Wool Growers Association was
organised.
All local arrangements were made
by Great Falls Chamber of Com
merce and the County Extension
Agent's office. John Watson, Chair-jp^r
man of the Agricltuural committee
of the Chamber of Commerce acteef!
as chairman of the meeting. The
program for the evening was as fol
lows:
R. L.
'More and Better Wool,
Waddell. Livestock Specialist.
"The Economic Situation of the
Sheep and Wool Industry and it»
Outlook,'' M. E. Stebbins. Secretary
Montana Wool Growers Associa
tion.
SupeiSnsor of C. BÏT A St'."P. Rml'Jfay..grown
"The Farm Flock,'' Wm. Page,
,<i ' ulture D« 1 - A ** nt N - Railway.
The 40 sheep men present discus
sed the adviseability of an organiza
tion after the program and decided
on an organisation. Officers were
elected as follows, Roy Clary, presi
dent. and directors from Teton, Pon
dera, Chateau, Cascade, Toole and
Meagher.
The Grazing Problems in Mon
E. H. Hall, Agricultural

tana,
Belt were transacting business in
Belt Tuesday,
'Mr. and Mr*. Pete Darko came to
Bolt Tuesday to vote.
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Propst of Little
LOCAL NEWS
DIGEST REPORT
Montana spends $6.29 on public
school education for every thousand
dollars of wealth in the state. Five
states, Okalahoma. Indiana, Utah,
Hichigan and Ohio spend more. Ah
other states spend less. The aver
age for the United States is $4.93.
In proportion to her total of In
habitants, Montana makes an even
better showing for education. She
stands fourth in the list of states
(Con. from page 1)
sixth among all the states in school
expenditures per $1,000 of wealth in
the state.
Under this tabulation
^ California*I
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and spends $23.65 on
every inhabitant. Only
Wyoming and South Dakota exceed
this record and all the other states
'come behind Montana. The average
for the entire population of the
United States is $14.47.
While the average cost of educa
the average coat in Flathead county
Is only $74.19. In Silver Bow county
it is $9'.72; in Deer Lodge, $96; in
Powell, $124.70; in Beaverhead, 128.
06 and in Mineral, the high-cost
their expenditures 28 per cent in the
j a8 t seven years. In 1920 the counties
0 f Montana spent $19,248.476.
j 926 they spent $13,880,437.
county, $202.36. ,
The total cost of maintaining and
operating the university, including
buildings and equipment, for the
last year was $1,716,822. In 1928
it was $1,971,662. Operating costa
wer e $1,407,123 last year and $1,428,
882 the year before.
The| physical property owned by
the people of Montana, exclusive of
all the property of cities and towns
which is not available, is worth,
$148,099,320, divided as follows: Ed
ucational, $100,975,411; counties,'
$36,947,969; state, $10,175,940.
Montana counties have cut down
In
120 per cent. In 1922 the public
system cost $16,167,666. Ini
1925 it cost $12,006,863.
In the past four years the schools
of Montana have reduced their cogti
(Anaconda Standard)
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STATE LAND SALE
Helena, Oct. 27.—During the sales
of state owned lands offered by the
board of land commissioners in
I northern and nort heastem counties,
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»342 farms containing a total acreage!
of 49 537 49 acres were Aisposed 0 f,
; brin{rinR jn a tota | of $679,061.17. ac-j'v
cord j np r to I. M. Brandjord, register!
() ^ 9 f a t e lands, who with Leon Cho-j
( | Ue tte, state land agent, conducted!
the
In Blaine county four tracts
The general average
brought by the sales was $13.71 per
sales.
acre.
taining 620 acres were sold for $8,
600, an average of $16.54 per acre.
The highest price received was $20
per acre.
In Valley county 67 tracts contain
ing 11,253.78 acres brought
of $146,071.66 or an average of $13
per acre. The highest price paid in
this county for any one tract was at
the rate of $31.60 per acre.
Twenty-two tracts were sold in
Roosevelt county, these containing
3,109.34 acres bringing an average
of $17,17 per acre or a total of
$53,403.40. The highest price paid
in this county was $33.60 per acre.
The Sheridan county sale resulted
^ jïïposul u f Ht tracts comur
|j nR 4,122.64 acres, bringing $64,166 -
total
a
40, op an average of 16.66 per acre.
The highest price paid was $35 per
acre.
The heaviest sale took plate in
Daniels county where 217 tracts
were disposed of. These contained
30,631.73 acres and brought a total
0 f $406,819.82, an average of $13.32
acre. Thirty two dollars per acre
was the highest price paid in Daniels
county.
| However, the Daniels county sale
was considered very good by Regis
ter Brandjord for the reason that it
followed a big aale in that county
last year at which these tame pieces
of land were available for purchase
but not bid in at that time.
GET YOUR SEED
Right NOW is the best time to
secure pure high quality seed ot
adapted varieties that has been
-in Montans. The supply may
Ag-t^rgone by the time you «rv ready to
seed next spring and the prices are
apt tp advance. A list of the regis
tered seed for sale in the state is at
your servfee in the County Extension
Agent's office,
ieties are listed :
The following var
Wheat, Marquis,
Supreme, Mondak, Federation, Mon
tana 36, Karmont; Oats, Victory,
Mark ton;
j Horn;
Braine,
Barley, Trebi, Hannchcn,
Flax, Reserve ;
Crested Wheat;
Grasses,
Certified
Corn, Gehu, Minnesota 18* Pioneer
White Dent, Northwestern Dent, Da
kota White Flint, Rustler« White
Dent, Brown Dent. Alfalfa. Grimm
and Cossack. 15
'JEFFERSON NATIONAL FOREST
1 NOTICE of IMPOUNDING OF
UNPERMITTED domes
tic ANIMALS -:
Public notice is hereby «riven that
all-unpermitted or «stray domestic
animals gratis upon National For
lest lands, above the mouth of Pilgrim
Creek . with j n the Belt Creek drain
. anf( j n tbe g e j t £ reek District;
National Forest, are hereby
jm nded under the authority of
j-^ Jation T . tl of tbe Secretary of
, . , t
.. ... . ._A.
e8f< u^, P er^,, c *
domestic anima s are remove rom
th<! ^ ,reS V U 71 »"
they , f" UP % °.î
redemtfon by the payment of all
coats handlin «> gathering. pastur
ing, impounding, etc., or offered at
public sale to the higrest bidder.
Neihart, Montana, October 14, 1926
R. E. Dickenson,
Forest Ranger.
Business Readers
Advertise ment» under thh heading
Ten Cents per line for each Insertion
j FOR SALE—Two purebred white
j
face bull calves. Beaudry Bros. 2tp
FOR SA LE— Thresher-men 's books at
Times Office.
FOR SALE—Gasoline power wash
ing machine in good condition.
Reasonable. Mrs. L. I. Anderson.
LOST—10 head range horses, bob
tailed Branded on left
thigh. $10 reward for
bunch. David Bodkins, Btlt, Mont.
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WANTED TO BUY—Horses at the
Probst bam on Monday, Nov. 8 at
10 A. M. Nebraska buyers. Want
good colts and broke horses, 4 to 9
years old weighing. 1300 up and
sound.
.JfEED BARN—Having rented the
ÇusProbat feed barn I shall at all
times be prepared to feed teams
to hay and grain. Livestock
bought and sold. Tex Graff.
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MARCELLING
Second door below the Tn>y Laun
, . , e _ _ cour
idry - Je9B,e Sam P son - Pl * ine 89VV
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE OF
SALE OF REAL ESTATE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That
in pursuance of an order of the Dis
jtrict Court of the County of Cascade,
con-!State of Montana, made on the 23rd
day of September, 1926, in the mat
ter of the estate of CHARLES F.
DRABEK, deceased, the undersigned,
the administrator of the estate of
CHARLLES F. DRABEK, deceased,
will sell at public auction, to the
highest bidder, for cash, and subject
to confirmation by said district court,
on Thursday, the 12th day of Novem
ber, 1926, at 10:00 o'clock A. M., at
the south door of the Cascade County
Court House, In the County of Cas
cade, Stet« of Montana, at public
auction, all the right, title, interest
and estate of the said CHARLES F.
DRABEK, deceased, at the time of
his death, and all right, title and
interest tkat the said «»tote ha»r by
operation of the law or otherwise
acquired other than or in addition to
that of the said CHARLES F. DRA
BEK, deceased, at the time of his
death, in and to all of that certain
land situate, lying and being in the
said County of Cascade, State of
Montana and bounded and described
as follows, to-wit:
The Southwest Quarter of
the Southwest Quarter (SW14
SW'4 ) of Section Two (2); West
Half of the Northwest Quarter
Southeast
(Wi*NW14)
Quarter of the Northwest Quar
ter (SEKNW14) of Section
Eleven (11) in Township Four
teen (14) North of Range Seven
(7) East, and also Lot One (1),
Southeast Quarter of the North
east Quarter (SE'ANE '« ) and
East Half of the Southeast
Quarter (&VfcSE^4) of Section
Three (8) in Township Fourteen
(14) North, of Range Seven (7)
East, containing 319.96 acres
together with improvements —
thsnon situate.
and
TERMS AND CONDITIONS Oh
SALE: Cash; ten per cent of the
pure hale money to be paid to the
auctioneer on the day of the sale,
balance on confirmation of sale by
said district court. Deed at expense
of purchaser.
GEORGE E. CAMP, Administrator
of the Estate of CHARLES F.
DRABEK, deceased.
October 2, 1926.»
MUBCH A WUERTHNER, At
torney» for Estate.
OTICE OF SALE OF RETAL
IATE
r
; NOTICE là^ REREb{ GIVEN.
; That in pursuance of a« order of the
District Court of the County "f
Cascade, State of Montana, made on
the 20th day of October. A. D., 192b.
j *» the matter of the estate of Lena
Hane, deceased, the undersigned, the
administrator of said estate will sell
•* public auction, to the highest bid
der, for cash, and subject to confir
mation by »»«i district court, on
Saturday the 2f>th day of November,
D. f 1926, at 10:00 o'clock A. M. at
the residence of the said J, W. In
j an< j flt Montana, in the said
County of Cascade, State of Mon
tana, all the right, title, interest and
^ ^ ^ sai<J ^ Hane at
time of her death, and all right, title
and interest that the said estate has,
by operation of law or otherwise, ac
quired other than or in addition tr
that of the said Lena Hane at the
time of her death, in and to all thore
certain pieces or parcels of land
Cascade County, State of Montana
and bounded and described as fol
lows, to-wit:
East Half of the Northwest
Quarter (EV4NW14 ), Southwest
Quarter of the Northeast Quar
(SWV4NE14), Northwest
Quarter of the Southeast Quarter
( NW14SE14 ) of Section Twenty
Four (24), Township Nineteen
(19) North, Range Eight (8)
East of the Montana Meridian,
containing 160 acres. Northeast
Quarter of the Southeast Quarter
(NE^SEtt, South Half of the
Southwest Quarter (S&SW14),
Southwest Quarter of the South
east Quarter (SW^SE^) of
Section Twenty-four (24), Town
ship Nineteen (19) North, Range
Eight (8) East of the Montana
Meridian, containing 160 acres.
Northwest Quarter (NW'4) of
Section Ten (10), Township Six
teen (16) North, Range Four (4)
East of the Montana Meridian,
containing 160 acres.
ter
TERMS A*1D CONDITIONS OF
SALE: Cash, ten per cent of the
purchase money to be paid to the
auctioneer on the day of sale, bal
ance on confirmation of sals by said
District Court, Deed at expense of
purchaser
J. W. Leland, Administrator of
the Estate of Lena Hane, Deceased.
October 20th, 1926.
Smith and Eichemeyer. attorneys
for the estate.
STOVE REPAIRS
Water Backs, Water Fronts and.
Furnace Repairs of All Kinds.
Wholesale and Retail
Great Falla Stove Repair Works
700 Central Avenue
Phon« 4344
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DENTIST
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OVER STATE BANK
BELT ELECTRIC
SERVICE STATION
John Poland, Prop.
Auto Buttery. Generator
and Starter
Repairing
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The Pioneer Garage
Bcnry M«row,
MOBILE OILS
GOODRICH TIRES AND TUBES
AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR STAR CARS
STORAGE BY THE DAY, WEEK OR MONTH
Second Hand Cara Far Sale
ALL AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING GUARANTEED
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P. O. Box 1662 i
Phone 6458
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years ago
184 *RD ST. SOUTH
Great Falla
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Commercial Hotel
Raynesford, Mont.
MONTE McCARTY, Proprietor
Newly Furnished
MEALS SERVED ALL HOURS
(F. L.)
(LEO C.)
6 RAYBILL & 6 RAYBILL
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Oriental Building. Belt, Mont.
Ford Building, Gt. Falls, Mont.
Belt Office Open
Thursday, Friday, Saturday
W. H. GEORGE
FUNERAL CHAP EL
Extra Service Wit)
A d d i t i o n al cMar Je
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AMBULANCE SERVICE
Day and Night
PHONE 4236
GREAT FALLS. MONTANA
DR.H0SSBEIN
OPTICIAN
r Send Your Broken Glasses
to Me for Repairing
Tbe Man Who Grinds Your
Lenses While You Walt
Stanton Bank Building
Great Falls, Montana
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THE DEUTCHMAN'S
DAIRY
TRY US FOR QUALITY
AND SERVICE
Cream Delivered When Ordered
M. G. ROEBEN, Proprietor
BOX SM. BELT
Dr. J. W. Qraybeal
PHYSICIAN AND SURGBON
First Class X-Ray
Equipment
Hours: 10 to 12, 2 to 4
7 to8
BELT. MONTANA
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